Category Archives: Metaphysics

Secret Wisdom – Sacred Science

It’s sacred only in the sense that scientific investigation inevitably leads to an understanding of Man and Divinity and a unique knowledge of ‘Self.’

For example, the king’s diadem, with its serpent and vulture, symbolized the principles of life and form. The ser­pent represented the concept of the Source for all that exists and its manifestation as the cosmos; and the vulture, man’s spiritual immortality. Like a spirit, the vulture, soaring high in the sky, escapes this world to an existence be­yond the bounds of Earth. Thus, the pharaoh’s diadem symbolized man’s kingship in a cosmic sense and the mystery of life’s essence, where the mystery is the reality of Cause and Effect. This mystery, which defines the human experi­ence, is abstract but operates through the concrete court of three dimensions to create another abstraction—what we experience as consciousness and self-perception




This cosmic and anthropic ‘New Science’ understanding of Man puts forth the same principles that were built into the architecture of Luxor’s Temple of Amun-Mut-Khonsu.

The temple was not about the piety of a man, but our solar legacy as the philosophical ‘Divine Man’ portrayed in the great statues of Ramses – the birth of the sun. The temple was (and is) a form of communication, a lesson, and at its core its builders’ philosophy is carved in stone. Amun, Mut, and Khonsu were not ‘gods’ in the western religious sense, but principles that form and explain the nature of mankind as coherently as such an abstract subject can be explained.



The definition of Man and the story of the human experience were built into the temple architecture. Physically, the temple describes the structure of man, from the importance of the femur in the creation of blood cells, to the role of the pineal gland in the brain. Spiritually, the temple conveys life’s cosmic drama and Man’s spiritual immortality. Amun was the ‘Hidden One’ or the ‘Invisible One,’ best described today as the western concept of God, omnipotent and omnipresent, or, from a scientific viewpoint, the energy field that pervades all that exists. From the ancient Egyptian point of view, Amun was self-created, the creative power and source for all that exists. Mut, which means ‘mother,’ was Amun’s cosmic wife and the mother of ‘the Son’ Khonsu who represented the King.

However, the Kingship of Khonsu was not a physical kingship but refers to a cosmic (or spiritual) ruler made flesh through the

principles of nature.


Thus, Khonsu the King represents the essence of mankind – the archetypal ‘Man’ – and essence of all who ever lived, is alive now, and will live in the future. Khonsu, by being associated with Re and Thoth, represented the essence of life’s energy and Man’s wisdom and knowledge, where mankind is a consequence of the universe’s evolution culminating in the physical endowment of the universe’s self-perception. In myth, Khonsu was a lover of games, but was also the principle of healing, conception, and childbirth. Literally, he was ‘the king’s placenta

Just as the ancient Uroboros – the circular serpent biting its tail – symbolizes, through our modern scientific endeavors we have come full circle in understanding ourselves. No one knows for sure in what culture or at what time the Uroboros was first fashioned as a symbol, but it is one of mankind’s most ancient symbols.

Plato tells us in the Timaeus, since nothing outside of him existed, this serpent was self-sufficient. Movement was right for his spherical structure, so he was made to move in a circular manner. Thus, as a result of his own limitations, he revolves in a circle, and from this motion the universe was created. From Egypt’s Ptolemaic period, the artist who drew the Chrysopoeia (gold making) of Kleopatra wrote within the circular serpent: The All Is One. Thus, the serpent is the ancient Egyptian symbol depicting self-creation and the source of life: “It slays, weds, and impregnates itself,” writes Erich Neumann in The Origin and History of Consciousness; “it is man and woman, beginning and conceiving, devouring and giving birth, active and passive, above and below, at once.”

The Western world view has a long history of separating the physical from the conceptual; the scientific from the religious. So together, spirituality and technology appear contradictory. This contradiction, however, is based on a naïve and exoteric view of ‘spirit’ and ‘technology.

The most interesting question is, where does our ability to observe and perceive come from? According to physicists, it comes from an event called “state vector collapse” where all possible states of the system (the uni­verse) collapse into a single observed state.

The desire to know inspires us, and the ever increasing level of knowledge and technology has allowed us to reach new depths in understanding our state of existence. But what might have inspired the ancient Egyptians? Schwaller de Lubicz believed that ancient Egypt was the legacy of a technical civilization for which there is no history or knowledge of in today’s world, a civilization for which spirit and technology were integrated into a worldview that embraced life’s mystery. For me, it is this technical and spiritual legacy that is so evident in the art and culture of ancient Egypt


The spiritual technology of ancient Egypt expounds upon the works of Schwaller de Lubicz and tells the untold story behind the birth of the Western religious tradition. The Egyptian Mysteries, as they were called, inspired great­ness in men who instilled the concept of the Anthropocosm into our own sacred literature, and it is the same philo­sophical understanding of nature that is at the forefront of today’s “new science”; whether symbolized by the Urobo­ros or Schrödinger’s wave equation, human consciousness exists as a local manifestation of a self-perceiving universe.


The Chinese underwater city of Shi Cheng







Out of interest;   Petra, Jordan – Is it an ancient Shiva Temple complex?


Myth or Message.. Incarnation

That the condition described in the ancient texts and myths as death actually refers to the soul’s condition when plunged into the realm of matter during this incarnate life — a point missed by almost all modern scholars and researchers of ancient myth, who have perhaps been misled by nearly two centuries of literalistic interpretation of ancient wisdom: literalistic interpretation which has missed the metaphor entirely

In Lost Light (1940), Alvin Boyd Kuhn writes:

We have the whole idea most tersely expressed in the Gorgias of Plato:
“But indeed, as you say also, life is a grievous thing. For I should not wonder if Euripides spoke the truth when he says: ‘Who knows whether to live is not to die, and to die is not to live?’ And we perhaps are in reality dead. For I have heard from one of the wise that we are now dead; and that the body is our sepulcher, but that the part of the soul in which the desires are contained is of such a nature that it can be persuaded and hurled upward and downwards.”
[. . .]
The great Plotinus (Enneads I, lviii) gives us a clear presentment of the Greek conception:
“When the soul had descended into generation (from this first divine condition) she partakes of evil and is carried a great way into a state the opposite of her first purity and integrity, to be entirely merged in it . . . and death to her is, while baptized or immersed in the present body, to descend into matter and be wholly subjected to it . . . This is what is meant by the falling asleep in Hades, of those who have come there.” (Lost Light, 160 – 161).

Through these incredible symbolic allegories, the ancient myths given to humanity (at some point in extreme antiquity, predating the earliest texts of Egypt and Mesopotamia) endeavor to convey to our understanding the nature of our sojourn here in this incarnate life — and to assure us that the soul does not die: its “periodic release from the body no more breaking the sequence of lives than does our nightly sleep break the continuity of the experience of the days,” as the soul “steppeth onward through eternity.

The Lost Light An Interpretation Of Ancient Scriptures  lost-light

Useful Resources –

A Short History of Reincarnation Teachings:


Heaven is not reached at a single bound;
But we build the ladder by which we rise
From the lowly earth, to the vaulted skies,
And we mount to its summit round by roundGradatim By Josiah Gilbert Holland


For a myth, in Greek muthos [mythos], means oral tradition, passed from mouth to mouth [sic] from one generation to the other; and even in the modern etymology the term stands for a fabulous statement conveying important truth – H. P. Blavatsky

Star Myth Index:

Consideration; Excerpt –

During the winter months in the Southern Hemisphere, the Galactic Center is almost overhead, and the bright band of light sweeps across prominently from the northeastern horizon (NE) to the southwestern horizon (SW). The Galactic Center is located at the center of a dense bulge of stars (the central bulge), and its exact position lies in the direction of the Sagittarius constellation. It is here that the Quiche Mayans believe, is present, a “sky cleft” or a “hole in the sky”, from where a dark road leads to the underworld


This sky cleft was the center of the Mayan cosmos, located at the intersection of four cosmic roads.[7] According to Roberta and Peter Markmann, “it is through this hole that the gods descend to earth and the dead to the subterranean regions; it is through the same hole that the soul of the shaman in ecstasy can fly up or down in the course of his celestial or infernal journeys.”[8] The entrance to the underworld was also depicted in certain Classic Period Maya art as the “mouth of a water monster”; while in certain Late Postclassic Central Mexican art, the entrance is represented as a cave. Both deities and human ancestors are born out of this cave, and after death they enter into this cave and descend to the underworld.

The sky-cleft was therefore, a portal of communication with the mystical world of the spirits, through which it was possible for both deities as well as the souls of the dead to journey to the underworld. And as per the Quiche Maya, this sky-cleft was present near the Galactic Center, in the direction of the Sagittarius constellation. Is it a mere coincidence that astronomers have recently discovered that a supermassive black hole is present at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, in exactly the same region where the Mayans believe is present a hole in the sky that leads to the underworld?  

Bibhu Dev Misra


Structure of the Vacuum

Leonardo da vinci


The Structure of the Vacuum-Is this what Mystery Traditions were trying to teach us? As science evolves and edges closer to the side of spirituality, it is becoming clear that all things are truly connected. This is what the ancient mystics were constantly saying in all of their allegorical writings. The concept of finding balance within ourselves and moving towards a “center point” are prevalent not only in the teachings of the East, but also in their more esoteric counterparts in the West. These concepts of a “center point” and “balance” are essential to understanding the nature of the universe


It is here, that the ancient mysteries start to come into the play in this equation. The shape that is created by the interlocked, polarized, spinning Star Tetrahedrons when looked at in two dimensions, is a hexagram or six pointed star. This symbol is one of the most ancient mystical symbols that we have. We find it represented as the Seal of Solomon and the Star of David in the Hebrew tradition. It is used in the Hermetic teachings. We find it used in various occult traditions as well. It is shown to represent the concept of Heaven and Earth (the triangle pointing toward Heaven, the other pointing down toward Earth). This symbol most often is meant to represent balance of differing polarities. It is used to represent the Divine Masculine and Sacred Feminine (the upward pointing triangle, phallic-like, the downward pointing triangle, vaginal in nature).


Space may be the thing that we are all missing the point on. Since space is dense and infinitely full, it eclipses matter in it’s grandness. Even though we think of space as nothingness, it is the exact opposite. We just cannot see it’s contents with the naked eye and therefore we deem it as unimportant. This so-called empty space seems to have a distinct geometric pattern. Haramein believes that he may have discovered the structure of this space, or vacuum. Generated by the tetrahedron



Proton Radius


Haramein’s prediction of the charge radius of the proton is extremely precise because it utilizes the smallest units of measurement one could ever use, the Planck scale (the smaller your measuring increments, the more precise is your value), which is billions of times smaller than the proton itself. So if Haramein’s theory and scientific findings are correct, as current research evidence is clearly demonstrating, the proton that makes up matter is essentially an agglomeration of Planck vacuum electromagnetic charge fluctuations co-moving or spinning in a region of space which we identify as a particle at the quantum level or as an astrophysical black hole, centering a galaxy for instance, at the cosmological level.

”What we are finally coming to understand is that the material world we observe all around us, and even what makes up our own body, is but the dynamics of the electromagnetic vacuum structure itself, and that by using Planck scale physics we can precisely understand it and define it.”


Studying the quantum vacuum: Traffic jam in empty space 


While the fluctuation amplitudes positively deviate from the vacuum noise at temporally increasing speed of light, a slowing down results in an astonishing phenomenon: the level of measured noise is lower than in the vacuum state – that is, the ground state of empty space.


In this article we discuss a very brief and simplified history of Quantum Mechanics and will quote what the founding fathers of this branch of science had to say about Vedic influence on the development of their theories.

We are not interested in new age mumbo-jumbo. We are interested in understanding what is real and what is false. This is why we, along with all other great minds, consult the Vedic texts. Please read on…



In the 1920’s quantum mechanics was created by the three great minds mentioned above: Heisenberg, Bohr and Schrödinger, who all read from and greatly respected the Vedas. They elaborated upon these ancient books of wisdom in their own language and with modern mathematical formulas in order to try to understand the ideas that are to be found throughout the Vedas, referred to in the ancient Sanskrit as “Brahman,” “Paramatma,” “Akasha” and “Atman.” As Schrödinger said, “some blood transfusion from the East to the West to save Western science from spiritual anemia.

In 1935 Einstein Prodolsky and Rosen challenged Quantum Mechanics on the grounds that it was an incomplete formulation. They were the first authors to recognize that quantum mechanics is inherently non-local, which means it allows for instantaneous action across arbitrarily great distances. So an action in one place can instantly influence something on the other side of the universe in no time at all. This very powerful paper (The EPR paper) explaining Quantum Entanglement changed the world and alerted us to the magical implications of quantum mechanics’ metaphysical implications.

But, Einstein states in his letter from to Max Born, 3 March 1947, “Es gibt keine spukhafte Fernwirkung”  which translates to “There is no spooky action at a distance.” He did not believe in magic. He believed in science and would regularly read the Bhagavad-gita.  Einstein’s famous quote on the Bhagavad-gita is: “When I read the Bhagavad-gita and reflect about how God created this universe everything else seems so superfluous.” He also wrote in his book The World as I See It, “I maintain that the cosmic religious feeling is the strongest and noblest motive for scientific research” (p. 24-28).


”Physicists have not yet ascertained whether Bohr and company or              Einstein and company are right.”

Furthermore 300 years before Quantum Mechanics, Sir Isaac Newton came up with Classical Mechanics which describes very basic action and reaction. Newton’s entire work in Physics and Calculus was taken wholesale from the Vedas and Kerala book of Calculus. It was simply taken from the Vedas where it was originally used for calculating rates of change in Astronomy and Astrology for many thousands of years before Newton

Now ask yourself why don’t we learn about the Vedas in school? Instead we are told it is all just some hindu “mythology.” Maybe for the same reason, we have not ever heard about Mr. Nikola Tesla.

Further Reading:

Is Consciousness the Unified Field?
A Field Theorist’s Perspective
John S. Hagelin


Progress in theoretical physics during the past decade has led to a progressively more unified understanding of the laws of nature, culminating in the recent discovery of completely unified
field theories.

”The parallel discovery of a unified field of consciousness raises fundamental questions concerning the relationship between the two”.

Since we see so many of these ”examples” of the depiction of the structure of the vacuum and creation through time in our religious traditions and in the ancient mystery schools, it simply cannot be a coincidence. These ancient teachings were showing us the fundamental pattern needed to understand the building blocks of our universe. These patterns have been largely ignored by modern religion and education. It is time for us to go out into this big universe and connect the dots; or tetrahedrons, in this case to see what the mysteries have been showing those with “eyes” to see since time immemorial.


Out of Interest:

If you overlay a map (after getting the correct scale) with the complete flower of life,

all sacred sites, standing stones etc, will sit at the centre of six points.








The prerequisites that maintain biological life are crucially adaptable to the environment internal and external, whether the requirements are physical or mental, or to the equilibrium between sickness and health.

Biology the finest of material balances is astronomically complex, the level of seeming ‘inbuilt’ care and consideration’s in ‘design’ is way beyond the ‘potential of human intellect’, – though of course many remain in denial of the fact!  It is clear that biological systems are maintained in a way that is both symbiotic and synergistic.

Bodily speaking, we are truly multilayered in function and form, it is clear that the structure of life may be essentially ‘envisioned’  to points of scale that truly reaches out to a infinitely interconnected consciousness – so called ‘space’, yes the form described as ‘non physical’ – we are in interesting times,  ‘once more’  – Maccy


Science now describes Planck lengths as packets of the smallest measurable units in a ‘field’ of informational energy, ‘potential’ wherein space is not ’empty’ but a seething adaptable structured network, of ‘holographic’ fractals.
An awakening paradigm, where consciousness, metaphysics and science meet, a meeting of minds, or ultimately ”Mind”, to which all life is essentially inter-connected’, physically, spiritually, emotionally..

Time’s Illusions:

Quote; So, when you’re talking about a non-material universe — a non-material universe — that Einstein’s outlook implies that a non-material universe exists in a time frame that’s much, much more quick than ours is — much, much quicker than ours is.


So quick that — things essentially happen instantaneously. Things that we think of as taking time happen instantaneously. Now, one of the symbols of the non-material side, because of that wave effect, is a serpent. A serpent moves in waves — in the form of waves. So the serpent becomes symbolic on one level of the energy of the non-material universe


This seems to me to be a very helpful mental picture for understanding the difference between the realm of pure potential and the manifest realm of the visible, material realm through which we are traveling during this incarnate life.

”It also helps to shed some light on some of the assertions of made by Alvin Boyd Kuhn in some of his insightful discussion of the world’s ancient myths and scriptures”. 

For one thing, Alvin Boyd Kuhn argues that (contrary to the perspective of most literalist Christians, and also contrary to most conventional teaching about the mythology and focus of ancient civilizations such as that of ancient Egypt) the real focus of most sacred myth and sacred tradition is not upon our existence “after death” or “in between incarnations” but rather upon our existence during the incredibly important period in which we ourselves have taken on flesh and manifested in this Visible Realm. David Mathisen  mug-3

Out of Interest – 

                     Quote – Don’t Let Your Language Wash Your Brain”


”There is something in us that leads us to expect, without even thinking about it, that only material things are real; that things, to be real, must be made of stuff—matter—to be of significance. I think that our language has a lot to do with this attitude, because it tells us that if a thing isn’t important, it does not matter. What does that mean? It means that if it isn’t made of matter it isn’t important”.

”So somehow your language leads you to think that to be material and to be important are one and the same thing, but that isn’t necessarily true. Think of how many things are important in your life that have nothing to do with matter. To some extent, all languages have a built-in hidden ideology, washing people’s brains in a way that they don’t notice”.

Niels Bohr, for example, the twentieth-century Danish physicist to whom we owe the understanding of the structure of atoms, said: 

Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real”. – Niels Bohr

The Cosmic Nature of Your Inner Images



”Religions of all ages have always insisted that the essential reality isn’t found in the material world, but in some transcendent part of the universe. However, all that you have to do to experience an invisible world is to look inside you, where your feelings and the images of your mind are real”.

So let’s face it:  ”In the context of ancient spiritual teaching, the non-empirical reality is the liaison reality where the physical becomes spiritual, and the spiritual turns physical”.

‘The visible world around us exists because an underlying field of invisible forms defines the potential of the world. And now we find that you and I, too, can exist only because an underlying field of invisible forms defines our potential’.


”To many scientists such thoughts are upsetting. The view is widespread that science shouldn’t get involved with such issues. It should be useful and technical, not inspiring; logical, but mindless”.

However, we should have the courage for an enlightened and liberated science that does more than serve stockholder equity. We must make an effort to understand the nature of all levels of physical reality: the empirical and non-empirical, the material and spiritual.

(Excerpts from the introduction of Lothar Schäfer’s book “Infinite Potential: What Quantum Physics Reveals About How We Should Live”)



Solidity is ultimately an elaborate illusion

All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force.

Max Planck

Quote; The scientist of today must rely on emerging patterns and hints experienced at the relatively macroscopic level of the particle accelerators, and finally on the aesthetic beauty of the mathematics itself to help establish which direction to take toward truth. This brings to mind the famous words of John Keats: “Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty.” (from “Ode on a Grecian Urn”)

Strangely enough, aesthetics and intuition are more than ever guiding the intellectual community in their quest for understanding the most fundamental principles of the Universe The most mind-bending realization to come from modern physics is the fact that there is some sort of connection between quanta that completely ignores spacetime separation, even if the quanta are at opposite ends of the Universe. These are called nonlocal connections

The times they are a-changing…

Strangely enough, aesthetics and intuition are more than ever guiding the intellectual community in their quest for understanding the most fundamental principles of the Universe. It is at least satisfying to know that these “new” visions of reality are fundamentally simple and intuitively beautiful. It would appear that we could say, Beauty is indeed Truth, and physics has become metaphysics


                           “Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.”–The Kybalion.


What is known to us as metaphysics is what Aristotle called “first philosophy.” Metaphysics involves a study of the universal principles of being, the abstract qualities of existence itself. Perhaps the starting point of Aristotle’s metaphysics is his rejection of Plato’s Theory of Forms. In Plato’s theory, material objects are changeable and not real in themselves; rather, they correspond to an ideal, eternal, and immutable Form by a common name, and this Form can be perceived only by the intellect. Thus a thing perceived to be beautiful in this world is in fact an imperfect manifestation of the Form of Beauty. Aristotle’s arguments against this theory were numerous. Ultimately he rejected Plato’s ideas as poetic but empty language; as a scientist and empiricist he preferred to focus on the reality of the material world.

When Alexander died in 323 B.C., Aristotle wisely retreated to the pro- Macedonian base of Chalcis. He was reportedly trying to save the Athenians from sinning twice against philosophy (the first sin being the execution of Socrates). He died there in 322 of a disease of the digestive organs. Following Socrates and Plato, Aristotle had a great wealth of knowledge and wisdom to build upon, but he left no successor who could surpass him. His work changed the direction of Western learning and continues to play a very real part in modern studies. His work in the sciences would inevitably become obsolete, particular in natural philosophy. But his contributions to biology would remain unsurpassed for centuries. On the other hand, his work in the humanities and social sciences continues to provide the basis for debate and guide academic learning. Moreover, he essentially created the field of logic and devised the syllogism. The one major subject that he did not seem to have a large impact on was mathematics, on which the Academy generally led the way.

 Aristotle’s talents showed both depth and variety. As a scientist he was endlessly scrupulous, always grounding his work in observation to a much greater extent than Plato had. Plato’s idealism culminated in his Theory of Forms, which Aristotle flatly rejected as empty language, for he preferred to deal with the material world. Beyond the skill of observation, he was also armed with keen insight, able to detect patterns and draw conclusions with discernment.

What drove Aristotle was a desire for wisdom, knowledge for its own sake. He sought what philosophers and scientists are still seeking today: the fundamental principles that govern humanity and its universe. The pursuit has changed in many ways, particularly with specialization. No one today could have the all- encompassing jurisdiction that Aristotle did, but even for his time, his success was remarkable. More than any single figure in Western history, Aristotle was the embodiment of knowledge and learning. His works continue to provoke, inspire, and inform.

”Quantum physics now states that matter is merely an illusion and that everything is energy at a different frequency in vibratory motion. This is something that science has only started to take seriously since the turn of the last century. However, this was something Hermes Trismegistus (the founder of the hermetic teachings) taught as one of the 7 principles of existence and recorded history of his teachings have dated back as far as the 1st century AD”.

The Hermetic Teachings are that not only is everything in constant movement and vibration, but that the “differences” between the various manifestations of the universal power are due entirely to the varying rate and mode of vibrations. Not only this, but that even THE ALL, in itself, manifests a constant vibration of such an infinite degree of intensity and rapid motion that it may be practically considered as at rest, the teachers directing the attention of the students to the fact that even on the physical plane a rapidly moving object (such as a revolving wheel) seems to be at rest. The Teachings are to the effect that Spirit is at one end of the Pole of Vibration, the other Pole being certain extremely gross forms of Matter. Between these two poles are millions upon millions of different rates and modes of vibration.

Modern Science has proven that all that we call Matter and Energy are but “modes of vibratory motion,” and some of the more advanced scientists are rapidly moving toward the positions of the occultists who hold that the phenomena of Mind are likewise modes of vibration or motion. Let us see what science has to say regarding the question of vibrations in matter and energy. – Luke Miller

The Rigveda is the celebration and manifestation of Universe. It describes the evolution of the  cosmos. Vedic Science accepted the continuous conversion of matter and energy into each other. It tells us clearly about the point particles (Bindu Kanas) and about the different stages in the transformation of point particles into energy and Vice Versa. According to Vedic Science.

Actually Vedic sages have seen what ever can be seen in the universe.

S’iva Tandavam : Creation and annihilation is a continuous process. Every where in the universe this process is going on. The vedic sages envisaged this process as a cosmic dance of creation. Us a is represented as dancer. Later it is represented as the Cosmic dance of Lord S’iva who is also called Nataraja. This dance is the creation and annihilation of matter and anti matter. It is wonder that modern scientists described the movements of flying quark particles is like an amazing dance.

Thus Vedic Science and modern Science both tell us that there is a continuous dance of creation and annihilation of particles every where in the universe. In Hindu mythology it is described as S’iva Tandavam.

The philosophy behind this is the  transformation of matter particles into energy and energy into matter particles. This creation – annihilation of energy has a very special place in the Cosmology of Rigveda.


The Scientific Revolution following the Medieval and Renaissance periods ushers in a wave of new scientific discovery. Through Christian tradition, science as natural philosophy is a part of philosophy, and therefore scientists must match their new findings to the metaphysics of the Church. Divinity is an integral element of natural philosophy and those who do not conform are excommunicated, jailed, or sentenced to death. In response, Galileo, Descartes, Spinoza, Bacon, and other thinkers of this time endeavor to remove theology from natural philosophy. However, with the removal of the parts pertaining to meaning—as in theology, metaphysics, and ontology—natural philosophy lacks significant associations between observations of natural phenomena and their effect on a human’s daily life. Science no longer concerns itself with finding meaning in nature, and its focus becomes an object-centered system of measurements. Thus, modern
empirical science is born.

From ancient times through modernity, this thesis has analyzed the history of natural philosophy from its balanced origins in combining metaphysics with natural science, through its current status in modern empirical science where its goal has been reduced by mechanical philosophy to the study of only matter. Natural philosophy began
with varied sources for information such as revelation, mathematics, logic, observation, reasoning, and metaphysics. The blending of these various concepts allowed for a comprehensive interpretation of nature and the relationship between humans and nature.
However, the utilization of the concepts that give meaning, such as revelation, reasoning, and metaphysics, diminished over time. Modern science has arisen from the empirical, data-driven side of natural philosophy. Metaphysics has been removed entirely and relationships between humans and the objects of study are no longer relevant. Thus,
purpose and meaning are lost. Humanity now struggles with a massive influx of experimental data, with no real significance to daily life, making it difficult to connect with nature, or anything else for that matter.

Metaphysics must be reintroduced to modern science so that science may better serve humanity through providing answers for questions pertaining to meaning and being—bringing the role of humans back to participating as an active part of nature, rather than just a detached observer.

Humans and Nature: Finding Meaning through
Justin Stone

Humans and Nature_ Finding Meaning through Metaphysics


aminos                            title2-quantum


Microtubules (green) can be understood as the nervous system of a cell, able to rearrange themselves to change cell shape, and grow extensions like axons or dendrites. Information, or consciousness, is non-local to the biological receiver in much the same way as a the waves of certain radio station is non-local to a radio antenna. Biocrystalline microtubule is tuned to specific resonant frequencies of the spacememory field, determining a frequency of information received and emitted

Out Of Interest:


George Hammond

Microtubules were discovered when a microscopist
invented a new stain that made them visible inside cells.
Before that we presumed cells were only full of water. In
fact the microtubules form a vast skeletal framework inside
the cell. Microtubules are long cylinder structures only 20
nanometers in diameter and hollow inside. Stuart Hameroff
began studying them back in the 1970’s and has published
voluminous research on the subject and made many fundamental
discoveries, not the least of which is that these
microtubules are composed of bistable Tubulin molecules
which can act as computer switches. Hence, the entire
cytoskeleton inside a human cell is actually a gigantic
molecular computer. Sir Roger Penrose was quite
instrumental in bringing this to the public attention with
his 1994 book where he pointed out that the microtubule
computer inside a single neuron cell has about the same
switching capacity as the switching capacity of the entire
brain. So what we previously thought was the capacity of
the brain, has now been “squared” from 10^15 bits/sec to
10^30 bits/sec. This is an astronomical increase in brain
power that we had never been unaware of!

According to them, the microtubule computer system actually
creates consciousness itself. They believe that high level
conscious information is moving through the micotubules via
microwaves at what has now become known as Froehlich’s
Frequency 10^12 Hz or even higher in the infrared optical
range. Naturally these signals travel at the speed of
light. What this means is that inside each cell is a vast
optically connected solid state computer operating at about
10^12-10^15 Hz. A truly amazing discovery

But what we want to know here is whether or not this
amazing discovery has anything to do with the age old
question of Life After Death? And yes, I say it does. In
fact I surmise that this newly discovered system finally
presents us with a credible scientific explanation of how
Life After Death can beat the dead brains can’t dream
problem and actually work. As I guessed in the beginning,
the microtubule system is simply so fast it can actually
beat death! So now; how does it do this?

First; how fast is it? Answering that is simple
arithmetic. The neuronal firing frequency in the brain is
known to be about 1 kHz. On the other hand, the uT’s are
connected by microwaves (Froehlich’s Frequency 10^12 Hz) or
even infrared to visible optical signals. The uT’s act as
hollow “waveguides” for this optical signal (4)(Jibu et all
1993). This can be as high as 10^12 to 10^15 Hz. Take the
upper figure, 10^15 Hz. Immediately we see that this is
10^15/10^3 = 10^12 = a factor of a trillion times faster
than our neuronal firing frequency. This means that the uT
system can transmit information a trillion times faster than
our neuron brain cells can!

So consider this: Let us suppose the uT system were
to provide us with a 3 year long Afterlife dream. How long
would it take for the uT system to download such a thing?
Well, the uT system is one trillion times faster than the
neuronal system and since 3 years is about 100 million
seconds, it would take 10^8/10^12 = one tenth of a
millisecond! This is fast. After all it takes your desktop
computer at least 10 seconds to download a movie like Gone
With the Wind from the Internet. So the uT system is a very
fast computer indeed!

The uT system then, could send you to Heaven
for 3 years in less time than a lightening bolt could kill
you! This mechanism is so fast it is actually capable of
beating death!

As a matter of fact it is apparently “failsafe”.
This is because it turns out that the fastest a person can
theoretically die is on the order of a nanosecond. The
Gamma Ray burst from an Atomic Bomb for instance would take
one nanosecond to traverse your head because it is moving at
the speed of light which is about one foot per nanosecond.
Even if you were vaporized in a nanosecond, you would arrive
in Heaven for 10^-9 x 10^12 = 1000 seconds = 17 minutes.In
the absolute worst case, you would get to spend 17 minutes
in Heaven! This biological mechanism is what is called

uT consciousness is the only
consciousness still existing after neuronal “flatline”

Every cell in the body is interconnected by
“gap junctions” so the microwave uT download from the brain
floods the entire body. And by the way human memory is now
believed to reside in the solid state structure of the uTs
(5)(Craddock et al 2012) so that all of lifetime memory is
already present.

Thus, for the first time in
the history of the subject we finally have a concrete
scientific solution to the “dead brains can’t dream”
objection. It is no longer a valid scientific roadblock.

Now, there is no way you can scientifically prove
this mechanism is correct at the present time, but I do
think there is enough existing data to put a scientific
probability on it. My opinion is that there is something
like 1 chance in 3 that this theory is actually correct and
that there is a literal life after death

From the last chapter of The Scientific Proof of God
COPYRIGHT George Hammond 2014

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Further Reading:

The nature of consciousness remains deeply mysterious and profoundly important, with existential, medical and spiritual implication. We know what it is like to be conscious – to have awareness, a conscious ‘mind’, but who, or what, are ‘we’ who know such things? How is the subjective nature of phenomenal experience – our ‘inner life’ – to be explained in scientific terms? What consciousness actually is, and how it comes about remain unknown. – StuartHameroff MD

Abstract: In the 20 years of the Journal of Consciousness Studies
(JCS) I‘ve been deeply involved with the conference series ‘Toward a
Science of Consciousness’ (TSC), and the ‘orchestrated objective
reduction’(Orch OR) theory of consciousness with Sir Roger Penrose.
Thanks in large part to JCS and TSC, an interdisciplinary field of
Consciousness Studies has emerged. Regarding the science underlying consciousness, most theories view neuronal membrane and synaptic activities in the brain as its essential currency. However, in Orch
OR, consciousness derives from deeper-order, finer-scale quantum
computations in microtubules inside brain neurons which 1) regulate
neuronal membrane and synaptic activities, and 2) connect brain processes to fundamental space-time geometry, the fine-scale structure of
the universe. Here I tell the story of my 40-year obsession with consciousness, and conclude, confidently, based on new evidence, that
the biology, biophysics, and neuroscience of Orch OR are largely correct, and that consciousness occurs due to quantum vibrations in
brain microtubules. If the connection to fundamental space-time
geometry is also validated, Orch OR may provide a bridge between
neuroscience and more spiritual approaches to consciousness.

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The researchers Hameroff, Penrose, and Bandyopadhyay grouped microtubule vibrations from functioning neurons to play musical instruments of the Indian culture. Hameroff states,

“Consciousness depends on harmonic vibrations located in microtubules inside neurons, much like certain types of Indian music, but not like music from the western culture.”

Further reading; Quantum Decoherence Mathew Fisher -Link  SPIN



Divinity’s Cycle?

You might think that since quantum physics is a relatively new branch of science this burgeoning ‘New Science’ philosophy is also new. It is not. These new insights into nature and reality are very old but have been masked by modern attempts to characterize the ancient Egyptian culture and religion as primitive.In fact, the sacred science of the ancient Egyptians, best described as a philosophy of Nature’s principles, inspired the Hebrews, the Greeks, the Romans, and the Christians, which led to the emergence of what we call Western Civilization. But for us, thousands of years later, the founding knowledge of our civilization is all but lost. Yet there have always been a group people who have handed down the secret wisdom and the sacred science of the ancient Egyptians: Kabbalists, Hermeticists, Gnostics, Sufis, Buddhists, and Alchemists. It is secret only in the sense that this wisdom must be understood through esotericism and symbol, and it’s sacred only in the sense that scientific investigation inevitably leads to an understanding of Man and Divinity and a unique knowledge of ‘Self.’

This cosmic and anthropic ‘New Science’ understanding of Man puts forth the same principles that were built into the architecture of Luxor’s Temple of Amun-Mut-Khonsu.


The temple was not about the piety of a man, but our solar legacy as the philosophical ‘Divine Man’ portrayed in the great statues of Ramses – the birth of the sun. The temple was (and is) a form of communication, a lesson, and at its core its builders’ philosophy is carved in stone. Amun, Mut, and Khonsu were not ‘gods’ in the western religious sense, but principles that form and explain the nature of mankind as coherently as such an abstract subject can be explained.

The definition of Man and the story of the human experience were built into the temple architecture.


Physically, the temple describes the structure of man, from the importance of the femur in the creation of blood cells, to the role of the pineal gland in the brain. Spiritually, the temple conveys life’s cosmic drama and Man’s spiritual immortality. Amun was the ‘Hidden One’ or the ‘Invisible One,’ best described today as the western concept of God, omnipotent and omnipresent, or, from a scientific viewpoint, the energy field that pervades all that exists. From the ancient Egyptian point of view, Amun was self-created, the creative power and source for all that exists. Mut, which means ‘mother,’ was Amun’s cosmic wife and the mother of ‘the Son’ Khonsu who represented the King.

However, the Kingship of Khonsu was not a physical kingship but refers to a cosmic (or spiritual) ruler made flesh through the principles of nature. Thus, Khonsu the King represents the essence of mankind – the archetypal ‘Man’ – and essence of all who ever lived, is alive now, and will live in the future. Khonsu, by being associated with Re and Thoth, represented the essence of life’s energy and Man’s wisdom and knowledge, where mankind is a consequence of the universe’s evolution culminating in the physical endowment of the universe’s self-perception. In myth, Khonsu was a lover of games, but was also the principle of healing, conception, and childbirth. Literally, he was ‘the king’s placenta


The Western world view has a long history of separating the physical from the conceptual; the scientific from the religious. So together, spirituality and technology appear contradictory. This contradiction, however, is based on a naïve and exoteric view of ‘spirit’ and ‘technology.

In Nav Bharat Times ( A reputed news paper in India ) dated 18th April 1967 reported that in one of the excavation that was being conducted in the Egyptian Pyramid date 3000 years BC and engraved verse from Bhagawad Gita was found. The verse was “vasami jirnani yatha vhiaya” This means “as a person puts on new garment, giving up the old ones, the soul similarly accepts a new material body giving up the old and the useless ones”. This actually explains the ritual of the mummy making and the elaborate burial system in the Egyptian civilization where efforts are made to make the soul comfortable with all necessary things because they believed that the soul will need all these till it finds a material body. Reincarnation in short. Among the vedic people,The Hindus of today, each and every one believes in this concept. This find certainly boost the idea that Egypt was either a part of Vedic culture or was formed by the emigrants from India.

“ on comparing the religious system between the Egyptian civilization and the Vedic civilization we are struck by theie resemblance to each other.The principal of trinity with that of unity, the pre-existence of the soul,its transmigration, the division of caste into priest, warriors, traders, and agriculturists are the cardinal points of both system. Even the symbols are same on the shores of The Ganges and The Nile. Thus we find the Lingam of the shiva temples of India in the Phallus of the Ammon temples of Egypt. We find the lotus as a symbol of the sun both in India and in Egypt, and we find symbols of immortality of the soul both in India and Egypt. The power of rendering barren women fruitful is ascribed to the Temple of Shiva in India is also ascribed to the temple of Ammon in Egypt.”

The similarities of Egyptian civilization’s, science and religion with the Vedic knowledge are even more amazing than the ones mentioned about the Jews.

Specifically,in the philosophical and religious field. The details of the temple worship practiced in Egypt are strikingly similar to Vedic temple worship, including the three sandhya meditations on the sun (Ammon-Ra, the main Deity in Egypt), the form of God as both male and female (Osiris/Isis, assimilated with the Sun and the Moon), the bathing, dressing and decoration of the Deity (with red cloth, still considered in India as the traditional color of cloth to be offered to Deities), arati with the offerings of food and incense, etc. The Egyptian Book of the Dead is an almost exact replica of the Tibetan Book of the Dead, which is coming to us through the Yaksa Saivite Tantric tradition of Himalayas, which strongly influenced the Vajrayana Buddhism or Lamaism.

Egyptian priests had a complicated knowledge about the various subtle bodies and astral traveling (as Tantric Buddhists do), and some bits of knowledge about yoga, too. Egyptian priests were strictly vegetarian (not even eating eggs), followed brahmacarya vows and abstained from intoxicants, and went through several initiations in order to practice their service. Meat was only consumed by them in later periods, and exclusively coming from fire sacrifices. (It is therefore very misguiding to say that Brahmins “became vegetarian” in a later period, after detaching themselves from their “origins” as Jews).

They were also in charge of medicine and astrology, and had an immense knowledge about both. Even the temple decorations used the lotus flower as a symbol of purity and beauty. The list could go on and on.

Many ancient Greek scholars (including Plato, Pythagoras, etc.) traveled both to Egypt and to India to get their knowledge. While reading Plato’s and Pythagoras’ teachings, we find exactly the same Vedic knowledge explained in Greek language.

Now we know from the Puranas that at the times of Parasurama avatara, the ksatriya kings of Bharata varsa were scattered all over the planet while fleeing the avatara’s killing wrath. We know that a group of such ksatriyas, followed by their family priests and retinue, reached ancient Egypt and established a kingdom there. Other groups settled in South America, Mesopotamia, Northern Europe, and in the lost continent of Atlantis mentioned by Plato and others. Striking similarities can be observed, for example the pyramids that can be found almost exactly identical in South America, Mesopotamia and Egypt. And which also resemble the large and high domes of the most ancient Vedic temples.

There are evidences galore that Vedic civilization was the precursor of all major civilization in the world. Similarities between the Egyptian civilization and the Vedic civilization and the evidence of the later being the progenitor of the earlier is but one example.

There are plenty of similarities between Vedic and Celtic civilization, between Vedic and Anatolian civilization, between Vedic and Mayan civilization etc. The question is the similarities between one and many.   The end of the Kali Yuga in 2025: Unraveling the mysteries of the Yuga Cycle

Major Anthropology Find Reported in India

CALCUTTA, India, Sept. 8 (UPI) — Scientists report they have found evidence of the oldest human habitation in India, dating to 2 million years, on the banks of the Subarnarekha River. The 30-mile stretch between Ghatshila in the province of Jharkhand and Mayurbhanj in Orissa has reportedly yielded tools that suggest the site could be unique in the world, with evidence of human habitation without a break from 2 million years ago to 5,000 B.C.

Anthropologist S. Chakraborty told the Calcutta Telegraph: “There are no signs of terra incognito (a break in the continuum) in the Subarnarekha valley, unlike any other site in India. Some of the heavier tools resemble those found in the East African stone-age shelters, used by the Australopithecus.”

Chakraborty said the uninterrupted habitation could make the site more important than even the Aldovai Gorge in East Africa, the Somme Valley of France, Stonehenge in England, the Narmada basin in Madhya Pradesh and the Velamadurai-Pallavaram rectangle in Tamil Nadu.

Ancient Cities in Tamil Nadu May Be Over 7,000 Years Old.
CHENNAI, INDIA, January 5, 2003: A British marine archaeologist and author Graham Hancock has been examining a submerged city on the East Coast of Tamil Nadu. Mr. Hancock says a civilization thriving there may predate the Sumerian civilization of Mesopotamia in present-day Iraq and definitely existed before the Harappan civilization in India and Pakistan. He has been excavating the site off the coast of Poompuhar, near Nagapattinam, 400 km south of Chennai. At a meeting of the Mythic Society in Bangalore in early December, Mr. Hancock said underwater explorations in 2001 provided evidence that corroborated Tamil mythological stories of ancient floods. He said tidal waves of 400 feet or more could have swallowed this flourishing port city any time between 17,000 and 7,000 years ago, the date of the last Ice Age. The Gulf of Cambay was also submerged, taking with it evidence of early man’s migration. The populations Mr. Wells and Mr. Pitchappan (see previous article) mapped settled on India’s East Coast 50,000 to 35,000 years ago and developed into modern man. According to Hancock, “the Poompuhar underwater site could well provide evidence that it was the cradle of modern civilization.” Hancock’s theory is strengthened by findings of India’s National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), which has explored the site since the 1980s. Man-made structures like well rims, horseshoe-shaped building sites are some of the lost city’s secrets. At low tide, some brick structures from the Sangam era are still visible in places like Vanagiri. The region, archaeologists say, has been built over and over again through the ages and some of its past is now being revealed. Mr. Glenn Milne, a British geologist from Durham University, has confirmed Hancock’s theory. More information is found at:,000900020001.htm

January, 2003
HYDERABAD: In a new twist to the theory of evolution of modern man, researchers have found two tribes in India who could be the descendants of the biological Adam and Eve who are estimated to have lived in Africa over 100,000 years ago.

Researchers at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) here say they have with them the genetic `black boxes’ which indicate that a tribe in Kerala and another in Gujarat could be the descendants of the first people ever to set foot in Asia.

The new finding negates the widely-held belief in the scientific community that the first people to land in Asia belonged to a branch of the migratory population that exploded out of Africa over 60,000 years ago. The CCMB study shows that the two tribal groups may have settled much before the Asian branch reached the subcontinent, just before the last Ice Age.

The researchers say the two tribes are the oldest so far discovered genetically and may have landed from Africa in Gujarat, migrated to Kerala and then to the Andamans where they got trapped by the sea and warped in time.

The new theory also establishes that the enigmatic tribes of the Andamans are the descendants of a tribal population of Asia and not Africa. Western studies have tried to link the Andamanese tribals to the African pygmies, but DNA analysis shows that this may not be true.

The Andamanese tribals are short in stature, have ebony-black skin, peppercorn hair and large buttocks, making them a mirror image of the African pygmies. But the new study published in Current Biology dumps the western pygmy model to assert that the tribals are actually genetically closer to Asian than to African populations.

The two tribal populations in India were discovered when CCMB Director Prof Lalji Singh and his team did the first genetic analysis of the Jarawa and Onge tribals of the Andamans. He then tried to compare the DNA signatures with a few of the 532 tribal populations in the mainland and found a match in a community in Kerala and Gujarat. But to his surprise, he found that these tribals in the mainland were much older than the Onges and Jarawas.

Singh, however, refused to reveal the names of the two tribal groups in India for fear of their population being `hunted’ for their genes.

Of the dozen tribes, who populated the islands since ages, only four survive–the Sentinelese, Jarawas, Great Andamanese and Onge. While there has been no contact with the Sentinelese so far, the Jarawas still live in the forest and the Onges have started joining the mainstream.

“Our results show that the native Andamanese belong to a unique group not previously identified anywhere else in the world,” Singh told reporters.

The CCMB finding was the result of the analysis of mitochondria DNA, a genetic element passed down only through women. This showed that the Onges and Jarawas belong to a lineage known as M that is common throughout Asia. This establishes them as Asians, not Africans, among whom a different mitochondria lineage, called I, is dominant.

The researchers then looked at the Y chromosome, which is passed down only through men and often gives a more detailed picture of genetic history than the mitochondria DNA. The Onge and Jarawa men turned out to carry a special change or mutation in the DNA of their Y chromosome that is thought to be indicative of the Palaeolithic population of Asia, the hunters and gatherers who preceded the first human settlements.

The discovery of Marker 174 among the Andamanese suggests that they too are part of the relic Palaeolithic population, descended from the first modern humans to leave Africa.

No archaeological record of these epic journeys has been found, perhaps because the world’s oceans were 120 meters lower during the last Ice Age and the evidence of early human passage is under water, says Singh.

The study was done by Singh and his colleagues at CCMB with their co-workers in the US, New Zealand and Norway. Other Indian scientists involved in the study are K. Thankaraj and Alla Reddy of CCMB, V Raghavendra Rao of the Anthropological Survey, and Subhash Sehgal of Port Blair.

Interest – 17 March 2016 – A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA

The earliest dispersal of humans into North America is a contentious subject, and proposed early sites are required to meet the following criteria for acceptance: (1) archaeological evidence is found in a clearly defined and undisturbed geologic context; (2) age is determined by reliable radiometric dating; (3) multiple lines of evidence from interdisciplinary studies provide consistent results; and (4) unquestionable artefacts are found in primary context –

Interest – May 23, 2017 – Scientists analyzing 7.2 million-year-old fossils uncovered in modern-day Greece and Bulgaria suggest a new hypothesis about the origins of humankind, placing it in the Eastern Mediterranean and not — as customarily assumed — in Africa, and earlier than currently accepted.  – 7.2-million-year-old pre-human remains found in the balkans_ new hypothesis about the origin of huma

Consideration;  Extract
The Vedic concept of time, like that of the ancient Egyptians and the Mayans, was cyclical. The ancient Sanskrit texts tell us that, in addition to the cycles of day and night, and the cycles of the seasons, there exists another cycle of time known as the Yuga Cycle or the Cycle of the World Ages. As per the Laws of Manu and the Mahabharata, the Yuga Cycle is of 12,000 years duration, and is comprised of four Yugas or World Ages – Satya Yuga (Golden Age), Treta Yuga (Silver Age), Dwapara Yuga (Bronze Age) and Kali Yuga (Iron Age). As humanity moves from the Satya Yuga to the Kali Yuga, the level of virtue and human capabilities gradually decrease, and reaches its nadir in the Kali Yuga, the age of darkness, in which we currently find ourselves.

We, thus, have a cyclical 24 million year period of cosmic creation and dissolution, much like the 24,000 year Precessional Year, and the 24 hours of day and night. The essential similarity between the macrocosm and the microcosm couldn’t be any clearer! It is easy to see that the time period between two successive cosmic dissolution events is 24 million years. If this information is correct, then this cycle of creation and destruction should also be reflected in the fossil records of our planet. And amazingly enough, this is exactly what has been revealed by recent paleontological evidence: every 26 million years there is a mass extinction of species on the earth!

Consider this: 66 million years ago the dinosaurs were thriving on the earth. However, today we can only find their bones and fossils in natural history museums. What happened to them? Scientists believe that 65.5 million years ago the earth went through a period a rapid death, called a mass extinction. But this episode is not the only mass extinction event in the fossil record. There are many more. And in recent years paleontologists have suggested that these mass extinctions occur in a regular cycle.

Interestingly, the complete Yuga Cycle of 24,000 years closely matches the Precessional Year of 25,765 years, which is the time taken by the sun to ‘precess’ i.e. move backwards, through the 12 zodiac constellations. In order to understand the phenomenon of precession we need to remember that the 12 constellations of the zodiac encircle our Solar System like a giant ring. As a result, the sun always rises each morning against the backdrop of a particular constellation. If you consider a fixed date on our calendar, say the Vernal Equinox date of March 21st, you will find that the sun rises against the constellation of Pisces on this date. However, in a couple of hundred years from now, the Vernal Equinox sun will rise against the backdrop of Aquarius. There is a very slow apparent movement of the heavens, because of which the background constellations appear to move backwards i.e. ‘precess’ along the zodiac. The Vernal Equinox sun takes nearly 2,147 years to move through each zodiac constellation of 30 degrees, and an entire cycle of 360 degrees is completed in approximately 25,765 years, known as the ‘Precessional Year’.

”In recent years, it has been observed that the rate of precession is “increasing”, which means that the duration of the Precessional Year is “decreasing”. The duration of the precessional cycle has dropped by nearly 20 years in the past 100 years of record keeping”

It is possible, therefore, that the ancient myths may be hinting at a cyclical ‘galactic core explosion’ that takes place every 26 million years. However, such a hypothesis requires much more analysis. What is certain, however, is this: the ancients were aware of the mass extinction events that are recorded in the fossil history of the earth, as well as the cosmic phenomenon that triggers these periodic catastrophic destructions. And this information has been transmitted down to us for uncounted millennia, couched in various mysterious symbols, myths and metaphors. It is now up to us to decode this information

”The explanations for the mass extinction events provided in the ancient texts have been couched in mysterious symbolisms that have been impossible to decode”. Bibhu Dev Misra



Interest;  Abstract: Some of the largest and best known pyramids from the ancient world have been shown recently to share a common association with underground chambers and water sources. This combination of themes simultaneously evokes memories of both the ‘primal mound’ and the underworld, representing the cycles of life and death in the same structures. It is proposed that these similar features between otherwise unconnected pyramids represent the fusion of a set of ancient ideas with newer ones in which the pyramid (primal-mound) becomes a representation of the unification of the underworld (afterlife), cosmology, and the living earth-mother.

Interest; The interior of a pyramid has been reconstructed for the first time in an ancient Egyptian pyramid using cosmic particles.

Interest; Some ancient Maya looked to our galaxy, the Milky Way—a hazy streak across the night sky—and saw the “cosmic monster,” a fluid, two-headed serpent sometimes associated with clouds, water, and rain. To modern skywatchers, the Milky Way is less monster than menagerie, a swirling disc of billions of stars of a dozen species, from brown dwarves to red giants. But it does produce a kind of rain, a constant shower of high-energy cosmic rays. Teams of physicists and archaeologists are collecting this cosmic rain for an inside look at the ancient Maya and other past cultures. The Maya carefully observed the night sky. Now the sky seems to be looking back – Cosmic rays—mostly made up of protons accelerated to near light speed by exploding stars, or supernovae—collide with the atoms of our atmosphere and break apart into a cascade of rapidly decaying particles. By the time the rays reach earth’s surface, they are primarily composed of muons, which are much like heavy electrons and barely interact with the nuclei of other atoms. They’re ghost particles that zip through matter. Muons can survive up to 2.2 microseconds, which makes them the Methuselahs of the cosmic particle parade, and they live long enough to pass through hundreds of miles of atmosphere and into the earth. “We’re bathed, all of us, in a sea of muons,” Schwitters says. As they pass through matter, including us, they knock electrons off other atoms, losing a little energy and leaving a charged trail, like the vapor behind a high-flying jet. The denser the material muons travel through, the more energy they lose, until they eventually just fade away. Source;