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Physicists Claim that Consciousness Lives in Quantum State After Death

Does quantum mechanics predict the existence of a spiritual “soul”? Testimonials from prominent physics researchers from institutions such as Cambridge University, Princeton University, and the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich claim that quantum mechanics predicts some version of “life after death.” They assert that a person may possess a body-soul duality that is an extension of the wave-particle duality of subatomic particles.

Wave-particle duality, a fundamental concept of quantum mechanics, proposes that elementary particles, such as photons and electrons, possess the properties of both particles and waves. These physicists claim that they can possibly extend this theory to the soul-body dichotomy. If there is a quantum code for all things, living and dead, then there is an existence after death (speaking in purely physical terms).

Dr. Hans-Peter Dürr, former head of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, posits that, just as a particle “writes” all of its information on its wave function, the brain is the tangible “floppy disk” on which we save our data, and this data is then “uploaded” into the spiritual quantum field. Continuing with this analogy, when we die the body, or the physical disk, is gone, but our consciousness, or the data on the computer, lives on.


Quantum physicist David Bohm, a student and friend of Albert Einstein, was of a similar opinion. He stated,

“The results of modern natural sciences only make sense if we assume an inner, uniform, transcendent reality that is based on all external data and facts. The very depth of human consciousness is one of them.”

If proven, this theory could have monumental implications; if humans do “download” their consciousness into a thus far unobservable field, then a person’s consciousness could, in Dürr’s words, truly be immortal.

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But the fact that every particle in the universe winks in and out of the quantum field, or that particles can transition into waves that spread in all directions doesn’t strike very close to home. Quantum physicists get into their cars every morning with no fear that the engine will vanish into a cloud of energy. But this new, nonmaterial reality actually lies much closer than anyone supposes. The human brain is where the quantum meets the road, with far-reaching implications. Deepak Chopra MD

Robert Lanza offers an excellent introduction to the ‘conscious connection’  I believe his ideas helped highlight the area of research in the field, a field that was already very extensive, but had in many ways lacked recognition, I feel it is an interesting ‘perspective’ if you are among those that do ”wonder” over the meaning of life, it’s beauty, awe, and purpose…  Maccy

For Further Research – See Microtubules:

Robert Lanza is an expert in regenerative medicine and scientific director of Advanced Cell Technology Company. Before he has been known for his extensive research which dealt with stem cells, he was also famous for several successful experiments on cloning endangered animal species.


But not so long ago, the scientist became involved with physics, quantum mechanics and astrophysics. This explosive mixture has given birth to the new theory of biocentrism, which the professor has been preaching ever since. Biocentrism teaches that life and consciousness are fundamental to the universe. It is consciousness that creates the material universe, not the other way around.

Lanza points to the structure of the universe itself, and that the laws, forces, and constants of the universe appear to be fine-tuned for life, implying intelligence existed prior to matter. He also claims that space and time are not objects or things, but rather tools of our animal understanding. Lanza says that we carry space and time around with us “like turtles with shells.” meaning that when the shell comes off (space and time), we still exist.

The theory implies that death of consciousness simply does not exist. It only exists as a thought because people identify themselves with their body. They believe that the body is going to perish, sooner or later, thinking their consciousness will disappear too. If the body generates consciousness, then consciousness dies when the body dies. But if the body receives consciousness in the same way that a cable box receives satellite signals, then of course consciousness does not end at the death of the physical vehicle. In fact, consciousness exists outside of constraints of time and space. It is able to be anywhere: in the human body and outside of it. In other words, it is non-local in the same sense that quantum objects are non-local.

This perspective of Graham Hancock highlights the politicized networks of monopolization over freedoms of personal choice, censorship over the rights to choose, inclusive to how we explore our conscious experience on this planet.

Crucially the rights to responsible public access of what amounts to the extended thinking process, is specifically a  ”personal copyright”   – not for any one person, or any group of men or entity to usurp, control, or direct.

To assume the right of authority over the higher mental domain is paramount to domination, history stands as testament to the many forms of resultant physical bondage into slavery thus enforced over mankind, and whether through violent conflict or psychological subterfuge the battle for ”pawnage”  is wrought essentially in the mental domain, ‘mental slavery’ has been ployed through to enactment from times immemorial, repeatedly.

Our very being is perpetually kept in a state of amnesia, this is why our physical environment is ”stress maintained” in a flux of political volatility, for much of our world’s peoples exists in states of hostility or exile, a deplorable dilemma , our world is constantly ransacked and plundered by callous opportunism, the violence in corruption of power spreads a consciousness of  fear and pain, a cruel administration inflicted over all mankind, this dictatorial grip that seeks malignant victory over consciousness ‘full access’ of our true state of being, must essentially end – Maccy


Map of Universe


Neural Wiring

neural wiring

Map of Internet


Crab Nebula



Atom 99.96% – Empty Space…

A typical football stadium has a radius of maybe 120 m.  One ten-thousandth of this is 1.2 cm, about the size of a pea.  To get a sense of what an atom really looks like,  place a pea at the center of a field in the middle of a football stadium.  Then imagine, at the outskirts of the stadium, there are a few no-see-um gnats (biting midges, of the family Ceratopogonidae).  These bugs represent the electrons.  The atoms are the bugs and the pea.  That’s it.  The rest of the atom is empty space.

Width of a human hair is 100,000 atoms, an atom is 99.96% empty space, that empty space is made up of energy particles we cannot physically see with the eye, this energy flickers at the rate of 1 million billion billion frames per second.

We view video film at a standard rate of only ”24” frames per second that fools the physical eye into accepting a film ‘in motion’ a ”movie”. the human eye is a marvelous but limited tool….

We are ‘designed’ to experience only this dimension of seeming solidity, yet we are only the tip of the iceberg, all that is essential to bio-life is hidden from our view yet we ”are” this energy..this energy is delivered to us in finer detail than any fingerprint, a broadcast unique to each one of us, it is fair to say you are an ”echo” of your ”self” a true one of a kind masterpiece.. Maccy

Indivisible Realm

Because, and this is actually an extremely important point for understanding human history as it has unfolded since the period we designate as “antiquity,” it is primarily in the cultures of “the West” (those cultures controlled by the western Roman Empire, and the later colonies of the western European cultures) where the break with the ancient wisdom given in the myths was the most abrupt. At some point in what we call the first four to five centuries AD (or CE), the ancient Oracles were shut down, the ancient Mysteries were discontinued or disbanded or outlawed, and the understanding – that the myths are in fact esoteric celestial metaphors which point us towards the understanding that there is an Invisible Realm, the realm of the gods, with which we and all of nature are always connected at all times – was declared to be heretical. Instead, the stories were to be understood literally – an approach that tends to lead people to interpretations of the ancient sacred texts which (I believe) is 180-degrees out from their esoteric and celestial message

As we recover our understanding of their celestial and esoteric structure, I believe that this esoteric and celestial message, which can also be accurately described as a shamanic message (although that word can be over-used and does require some qualification) has been the intended message all along. The overwhelming evidence that the stories are based on the heavenly motions and celestial cycles suggest that it is the literalistic message that is the misinterpretation.

“Why” the ancient myths of the world, all around the globe, would be built upon celestial allegories. I believe that whoever imparted the ancient wisdom in the sacred myths were consciously using the stars as a sophisticated metaphor to impart profound knowledge of the Invisible Realm and our connection to it. The celestial players in the heavenly realm above our heads – the sun, moon, stars, and visible planets, along with their intricate cycles – were used to convey truths about the infinite realm, which is in fact real, and of vital importance to each of our lives, and to the collective survival of all life on earth, even though it cannot be seen


The title of the series is Star Myths of the World, and how to interpret them. Volume One was published in October 2015, and covers a very brief sampling of representative myths and sacred stories from Australia, Africa, ancient Egypt, ancient Sumer and Babylon (the Gilgamesh-Enkidu series), ancient India, ancient China and Japan, and from the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the Pacific Islands.

Volume Two was just published in February 2016, and focuses entirely on the myths of ancient Greece. It contains a complete celestial analysis of the Iliad and the Odyssey, with completely new insights that I believe are only revealed as we begin to understand the celestial metaphors within the two incredible poems. In addition, Volume Two explores the celestial nature of many of the primary gods and goddesses, as well as some of the critical myths outside of the Homeric epics, such as the story of Perseus and Medusa.

It is my contention that not only do the myths of the world speak the same language (which points to conclusions which absolutely demolish the conventional paradigm of humanity’s ancient past), but an understanding of their celestial language enables us to also understand these myths and their messages in ways that are otherwise simply unavailable to us.

In the future, it would be possible to write multi-volume studies of the myths found in the ancient Sanskrit epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata (some episodes of the Mahabharata are explored in Volume One), as well as of the Gilgamesh-Enkidu series at greater length, and of other bodies of myth where much primary material is still available for analysis. Once the system is understood, the amount of celestial material to be found in the ancient myths and sacred traditions of the world is truly overwhelming. One of the main purposes of this series is to enable readers to pursue this analysis for themselves, as they learn to “converse with” and “question” the myths in the language that the myths themselves are speaking.


The amount of material that could be offered as evidence to support the assertion that virtually all of the world’s myths, sacred texts and traditions are Star Myths, based upon the motions of the stars and planets, is truly overwhelming. I believe that an honest examination of the evidence leads inexorably to the conclusion that the world’s myths – across great distances, intervening oceans and millennia – employ the same language and system of celestial metaphor. This evidence strongly argues for a radical re-evaluation of the conventional narrative of human history. – David Warner Mathisen


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Pawnee Star chart

Many Native American tribes of the Great Plains, notably the Pawnee, Shoshone, Arikara, and Wichita, had complex beliefs which included the use of a Star Chart & Astrology. Tribes such as the Cherokee believed that everything in the world is an earth reflection of the stars. The Pawnee believed that stars were deities who once lived on Earth and then were transformed into stars at death. Comets, meteorite showers and novas were viewed as omens of great disasters. The pictures depict a Pawnee Star Chart with clearly recognizable constellation patterns, as shown in the picture below. Instead of measuring the location of stars in order to calculate a location the Native Americans used the location of stars and constellations in the Star Chart & Astrology maps to signal seasons and events of the year.


Deluge Myths

In these myths, the flood takes place in the Heavens, not on the Earth ~ although our ancestors would have also experienced great flooding on the Earth after the last Ice Age, which is possibly why they used it as a metaphor in their Mystery teachings for the end of an Age.

It’s impossible to tell which is the oldest flood myth of the 30 or so listed below – but officially, it’s the one about Atrahasis which is dated to the 18th century BCE. However, it is my educated guess that the Egyptian and Indian ones are equally old, if not older -Annie Dieu-Le-Veut


Mahabalipuram’s early history is completely shrouded in mystery. Ancient mariners considered this place the land of the Seven Pagodas. There are others who think that Mahabalipuram suffered from a great flood between 10,000 and 13,000 BCE. Controversial historian Graham Hancock was one of the core members of a team of divers from Indian National Institute of Oceanography and the Scientific Exploration Society based in Dorset, UK who surveyed the ocean bed near Mahabalipuram in 2002 CE. He is more inclined to believe the flood theory. His exploration also afforded him a fair glimpse of the vast extent of submerged ruins of the city. After his underwater exploration, he reportedly commented, “I have argued for many years that the world’s flood myths deserve to be taken seriously, a view that most Western academics reject … But here in Mahabalipuram, we have proved the myths right and the academics wrong.”

Mahabalipuram Today

There is another curious structure known as Sri Krishna’s Butter Ball that fascinates everyone in Mahabalipuram. It is not a sculpted piece but more of a handiwork of nature. Today, Mahabalipuram is trying to re-create its image as the country’s premier beach resort but it has not completely lost touch with its past cultural exploits. Every year, it hosts classical dance and drama festivals to preserve and promote the heritage of a very ancient culture.

Ironically, while the tsunami in 2004 CE created substantial damage to the existing structures and left the city water-logged for days, it also unearthed some of the treasures long hidden in the bosom of the sea. Granite sculptures, bronze statues and ruins of what seem to be manmade structures came to the fore. Underwater archaeologist Dr Alok Tripathi commented, “As the tsunami waves receded, they scoured away sand deposits that had covered these sculptures for centuries.” The underwater survey of Mahabalipuram is an ongoing process that promises to reveal many more of the city’s grand edifices and solve some of the long standing questions about its past. -Dola RC



Lion statue that appeared after the December 26, 2004 tsunami on the beach of Mahabalipuram, India. ( Public Domain )


Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram , Tamil Nadu, India. ( CC  BY S




Astronomical Myths in India

The Four Yugas of Time in Hindu Mythology



We are spirits in a material world..

Max Planck (1931) was clear-sighted when he said,  “I regard consciousness as fundamental. We cannot get behind consciousness.”

If the materialist standpoint were correct, everything we experience in our consciousness would be nothing but the expression of a machine controlled by classical physics and chemistry.

In reply, John C. Eccles said:

“I maintain that the human mystery is incredibly demeaned by scientific reductionism, with its claim in promissory materialism to account eventually for all of the spiritual world in terms of patterns of neuronal activity.

This belief must be classed as a superstition… We have to recognize that we are spiritual beings with souls existing in a spiritual world as well as material beings with bodies and brains existing in a material world.”

”The brain is looking more like an orchestra, a multi-scalar vibrational resonance system, than a computer. Brain information patterns repeat over spatiotemporal scales in fractal-like, nested hierarchies of neuronal networks, with resonances and interference beats. One example of a multi-scalar spatial mapping is the 2014 Nobel Prize-winning work (O’Keefe, Moser and Moser) on ‘grid cells’, hexagonal representations of spatial location arrayed in layers of entorhinal cortex, each layer encoding a different spatial scale. Moving from layer to layer in entorhinal cortex is precisely like zooming in and out in a Google map.”

”Coherent ‘fractal frequencies’ in microtubules apparently couple to even faster, smaller-scale terahertz vibrations among intra-tubulin ‘pi electron resonance clouds’, and to slower ones, e.g. by interference ‘beats’ giving rise to larger scale EEG.

My colleagues and I (Craddock et al, 2015) have identified a ‘quantum underground’ inside microtubules where anesthetic gases bind to selectively erase consciousness, dampening and dispersing terahertz dipole vibrations. A multi-scalar, vibrational hierarchy could play key roles in neuronal and brain functions, driven at the ‘bottom’, inside neurons, by microtubule quantum resonators.”

The most likely sites for consciousness are microtubule networks in dendrites and soma of cortical layer 5 giant pyramidal neurons whose apical dendrites give rise to EEG. Dendritic-somatic microtubules are unique, being interrupted and arrayed in mixed polarity networks, unsuited for structural support but optimal for information processing, resonance and interference – Stuart Hameroff MD

Consciousness, Brain Vibrations
and Planck Mass

The filamentous network of micro-wormholes which permeate the space-time manifold are replicated in the neural network of the human brain

”Physics circumvents the strangeness of quantum mechanics by strictly dividing the macro/classical and micro/quantum, keeping the two worlds apart. However, consciousness somehow bridges the macro/classical and micro/quantum domains, equivalent to the subject – object split. Consciousness exists precisely on the edge between quantum and classical.”

At any frequency, Orch OR consciousness in the brain is occurring in fundamental space-time geometry, localized to brain neuronal microtubules and driven by metabolic processes.

When the blood stops flowing, energy and oxygen depleted and microtubules inactivated or destroyed (e.g., NDE/OBE, death), it is conceivable that the quantum information which constitutes consciousness could shift to deeper planes and continue to exist purely in space-time geometry, outside the brain, distributed nonlocally.

Movement of consciousness to deeper planes could account for NDEs/OBEs, as well as, conceivably, a soul apart from the body. Evidence in recent years links biological functions to quantum processes, raising the likelihood that consciousness depends on nonlocal quantum effects in the brain.That in turn suggests that the “hard problem” of the nature of conscious experience requires a worldview in which consciousness or its precursors are irreducible components of reality, fundamental space-time geometry at the Planck scale.

We conclude the concept of a “quantum soul” is scientifically plausible.

The “quantum soul” implies consciousness in the brain as described by Orch OR, as well as nonlocal features including:

  1. Interconnectedness via entanglement among living beings and the universe
  2. Contact with cosmic wisdom/Platonic values embedded as quantum information in fundamental space-time geometry
  3. Consciousness as patterns in nonlocal fractal/holographic-like space-time geometry, able to exist at deeper planes and scales independent of biology

We present a secular, scientific approach consistent with all religions and known science.

With the advent of quantum biology, nonlocality in consciousness must be taken seriously, potentially building a bridge between science and spiritualityStuart Hameroff and Deepak Chopra

QUOTE; – Thousands of years ago, people all across the globe believed virtually the same thing about what happened after death – that human beings possess not one, but two souls, which were in danger of dividing apart from one another when a person died. – Peter Novak –


Accessing creative imagery



Beyond Life

Our forefathers in the most remote ages have handed down to their posterity a tradition, in the form of a myth, that these bodies are gods, and that the divine encloses the whole of nature. [. . .] one must regard this as an inspired utterance, and reflect that, while probably each art and each science has often been developed as far as possible and has again perished, these opinions, with others, have been preserved until the present like relics of the ancient treasure”. Aristotle,Metaphysics.

This physical life is a marvel in diversity, a dimension full of wonder and awe, creation is an underlying emotive binding force that ‘visualizes’ this physical realm via a network of informational space vacuum fluctuations, an inspired order, that interconnects through the femtosecond orbital scale of interconnected atoms, the microtubule sender/receiver in every living cell, to the surrounding external connective majesty of the stars and planets of the universe.

                           ‘We’ are finely balanced toward physical life our integral part of the whole experience, in that, whilst here on earth, we are the physical subjective co-visualizer’s of form and creative genius, sharing in an intellectual consciousness that independently permeates the very bonded fabric of all things inanimate and animated. Infinite awareness existing throughout ”all finite matter”, creates a ‘choreographed masterpiece’ tuned so finely it is layered beyond human physical comprehension.

Human physical tools are designed for the finite physical senses and perceptions, ultimately in denial of this plain simple fact, the groping blind ego surmises the ever blurring outlines of matter with mathematical theories, equations of cause and effect, grappling for a preferred theory of everything that excludes a Master Architect, an enterprise driven by a world belief system denied access to true history, a history that once celebrated worldwide our true origin, nature and place, a rich tapestry of truths that were subverted to man-made ambiguous concepts of control.

Scientist’s are only now detecting there is indeed more to the sources and ”designs” of life than physical tools may probe, or the ”physical eye” observes, burden of proof must finally give way to ”eyes of understanding” for these invisible qualities of life are after all simply a conceptual matter for deduction and the ”power of reason”

ie  ”consciousness” we do not perceive ‘how’ in physical terms, yet we accept the existence of consciousness”  

One day it will be stated quite simply that:

 ”Intelligence is the theory of everything”


Quote… ”You will hardly find one among the profounder sort of scientific minds without a peculiar religious feeling of his own . . ..His religious feeling takes the form of a rapturous amazement at the harmony of natural law, which reveals an intelligence of such superiority that, compared with it, all the systematic thinking and acting of human beings is an utterly insignificant reflection.” (“Einstein and God,” Thomas Torrance, 2002-2004


“The heart has reasons that reason cannot know.”  Blaise Pascal


– Marie and Paul –