In an interview on his recent book Into the Silent Land: Travels in neuropsychology, neuropsychologist Paul Broks claimed that :
From a neuroscience perspective we are all divided and discontinuous. The mental processes underlying our sense of self – feelings, thoughts, memories – are scattered through different zones of the brain. There is no special point of convergence. No cockpit of the soul.
However, during the late twentieth century, serious study was begun on the study of microtubules, the microscopic, cylindrical, intracellular structures that form a major part of the cytoskeleton. Scientists now believe that, in addition to their structural function, they play a role in the computing of quantum consciousness and in creating quantum coherence. Research by Roger Penrose and Stuart Hameroff (1982) suggests that the emergence of consciousness may, in part, be the result of the force of gravity at the quantum level acting on the microtubules within neurons, and that of acoustic resonance created in the tubulin, supporting computation and information processing. In 2014, neurobiologist, Bandyopadhyay confirmed the discovery of quantum resonance at varying frequencies in microtubules. As cited by Vind (2004), Hameroff and Watts claim that “microtubules appear to form a biomolecular quantum level coupling within every cell, which may allow for … the external operating mode between fields of consciousness and the cells in our body”. In their recent collaborative book with Elizabeth Rauscher, called Mind Dynamics (2016), Drs Hurtak state that the ATP and mitochondria within body cells cause the cells themselves to be “receptor points of the quantum field” indicating a total quantum unity of the body’s receptor sites.
Drs. Hurtak further propose that the microtubules may “not be alone in playing a key role in interaction with the consciousness field”. Within the cerebral cortex we find pyramidal cells, which act as “electrocrystal cells immersed in a neuronal tissue layer that operates like a liquid crystal oscillator in response to different energetic/light commands.” A wide body of research has shown that they “occupy a critical role in the ability of the brain to integrate information… and are an intricate part of tapping into the consciousness field.”
In summation, Key 402: 485 tells us “The blood, pyramidal (brain) cells and microtubules all work as receptor sites for the Consciousness encoding and recoding within our body, soul, and spirit. The quantum unity and orchestration of computation demonstrated throughout the cellular structure of the body appears at a deeper level to dispute the division and discontinuity proposed by Broks.
Man is here to adapt all the biological systems into something which is functional within the great design. We are told in Key 311 that the “mind is a field of light for the body, yet the mind is in a field of light and a field of light within a field of light and Eternal Light,” and thus the coherence exists regardless if it is via the pyramidal cells, the tubulins within the microtubules or our thought processes themselves. We do have a ‘cockpit of the soul’ and an eternal connection with all other worlds.
We greet you in the name of Yahweh Echad.
With Love and Blessings,
 Rauscher EA, Hurtak JJ, Hurtak DE, 2016, Mind Dynamics in Space and Time. A Physicist’s exploration of the Nature and Properties of Consciousness, AFFS p. 670
 Hurtak JJ, 2010. The Common Basis of Science, Medicine and Spirituality. www.newparadigmjournal.com/Jan2010/commonbasis.html