Geo Brain Project Report #1


We certainly got a massive reaction to the last blog.  It has been out less than 18 hours and there has been a flood of response.  I have chosen a team of five people from five nations for our guinea pig test run.

My view of the brain is a bit primitive.  I see a whole bunch of micro computers all networked together.  There are only three questions, ever.

Is the data coming in bad?  Is the computer crunching the data ineffectively?  Is the data going out compromised before it gets to the next station in the network?

So the incoming data can be bad because the computer module before the one we are looking at is giving bad data, or because the neurological pathway is flawed on an organic level, or because there is a spiritual structure there impairing communication, or because there is a sentient creature.

Same goes for the transfer of data to the next module.

And a local module can be genetically defined around different parameters than we wish it were, or it could be shaped through nurture to be sub par in an area where God designed it to operate robustly, or there could be emotional wounds or critters or structures impairing it.

We will start with deliverance in case there are critters or structures impairing one of the three functions.  Critters are easy, so we want to get them out of the way.

For this one, I am working with three different seers who have specialty skills.  I will meet with each one of the seers, one at a time, by phone and go down the list of the five players looking at the two salient parts of the brain, and the feedback loop to see what they see in terms of critters and structures.

Once we feel there is a clean field, I will ping each of the five and ask them whether anything changed.  I doubt this is primarily a deliverance issue.

I am skeptical that there are issues of woundedness causing damage here, so we will broadly ignore that.

Then I will ask the three seers to take a baseline “picture” of the components in question.

I will develop some strategies to speak to their spirit about how to nurture those three components and start coaching them from a distance, with possibly an occasional call.

Periodically I will check with the seers to see if the brains in question look any different, and I will check with the test group to see if they are functioning differently, and report the results here.

The premise of the standard brain researchers is that this is an organic design dynamic.  Either you were wired up right or you weren’t and you should just deal with it if you weren’t.

And that MAY be true.  This whole exercise might be a total dud.  BUT, we won’t know until we try to see if we can retroactively nurture that feedback loop.

If we get some decent results, then we will record some material and run a larger test group.  If results still hold, we will mainstream it.

So that is the game plan.

For purposes of discussion with privacy, I have renamed all of the players in our test group with D names.

Deana in the US.

Debbie in Germany.

Dolores in Canada.

Dorothy in the Philippines.

Danielle in South Africa.

Since I am currently in Europe on a three nation speaking tour, it will probably be at least two weeks before we have our first report.

For those of you tracking with us, prayer would be highly valued.

Copyright June 2017 by Arthur Burk


  1. elainequick says

    Very interesting… I used to be disoriented all the time, silly things I thought like getting lost EVERY time I went the same place on the other side of town. Ridiculous really. I don’t have an answer for how that stopped but something happened to me after time spent overseas and subsequent prayer/deliverance for all sorts of garbage in my past. I even went back to an old host-mom’s house without GPS or directions, just my spirit “driving”. So cool! I will be interested to see a pattern, maybe I’ll figure out what it was I/we did that made the difference. There is hope people! Father’s got a treasure for you to unveil! Go get it!


    • says

      David, they are all women. Broadly speaking, this is a dynamic that hits women more than men. On the first run of an untested hypothesis, we try to get fairly extreme situations so we can tell whether we “move the needle” at all or not.


  2. Rita Fodor says

    Dear Team,
    I am with you in lots of ongoing prayer. I am very interested in this study as I had to do an unbiased evaluation of
    my own direction deficit. I’ve traveled all over the country and thought that was my evidence that there’s no problem.
    But my inside was not at rest with this summation. Those travels were by and far accomplished with the help of another partner more in tune with the mapping sequence. I had to admit that I’m afraid of crossing the street in a
    strange city. So this will be very helpful to the rest of us onlookers.
    Many blessing to you all for the work ahead!


  3. theorameyers says

    I’m excited about this & will definitely be praying for the team!

    In His grip, Theora