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Post by Divine 277 on 01.06.15 6:28

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Post by Divine 277 on 04.06.15 7:07

I posted this movie fist of all because of Einsteins theory the (--- >link )  the cosmological constant and the correlation it has with (link--->)the day and night of Brahma   as the documentary about 30min in begins to talk about Einsteins theory about the cosmological constant.  The relation I found was based on this

Tesla was a genius .. so was Einstein Smile
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Post by Bella Donna on 04.06.15 7:49

According to Hindu Philosophy universe is actually a multiverse which did not start from any one point. It has always been and will always be as a cycle of time and space. According this philosophical view there is no such thing as constant world, universe or space. Everything changes, humans and animals, planets, gods and even the universe itself. According one teaching I got from Upanishads, the Brahma is god which actually includes everything so the whole known universe is part of Brahma. Our world came to existent when Brahma breaths out and it vanishes when he breaths in. This aeon or Mahayuga means the time between the creation and destruction. Next new breath starts new creation, so basically the universe/multiverse comes to be, grows, reverts, vanishes and comes to be again... for ever.
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Post by Divine 277 on 04.06.15 13:10

Bella Donna wrote:According to Hindu Philosophy universe is actually a multiverse which did not start from any one point. It has always been and will always be  as a cycle of time and space. According this philosophical view there is no such thing as constant world, universe or space. Everything changes, humans and animals, planets, gods and even the universe itself. According one teaching I got from Upanishads, the Brahma is god which actually includes everything so the whole known universe is part of Brahma. Our world came to existent when Brahma breaths out and it vanishes when he breaths in. This aeon or Mahayuga means the time between the creation and destruction. Next new breath starts new creation, so basically the universe/multiverse comes to be, grows, reverts, vanishes and comes to be again... for ever.

I believe that if you watched the documentary you would see a link between Einsteins theory and the dark matter phenomena and the Brahma Smile but Im guessing you didn't have the time Smile. thanks for you reply though Smile.
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Post by Bella Donna on 06.06.15 2:46

I watched the film and know what you mean.
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Post by Divine 277 on 07.06.15 5:20

Bella Donna wrote:I watched the film and know what you mean.


I apologize for my behavior, and should have been much clearer in my words.

I put it up here to get a discussion going concerning dark matter and how it correlates, or should i say do not correlate and interact with mater), but is still suspected to be matters "glue ". We Know Little about it, and what can affect it...

However I was curious to see a discussion on this topic in regards to ancient texts and energy work, As I do in fact see all as energy form and the universe like a huge caldron of alchemy, that continues to change and renew it self, time and time over.

I think its exiting to see science and Mythology correlate in its symbology... and how "ancient " Knowledge is being brought in to science whether they mean to or not ...

Call it a form of "rediscovery", but still a "new" way to interact with it ...


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Post by Bella Donna on 07.06.15 6:29

I think that Upanisads for example include many factors which would have been tought to magic some decades agos, but which now has scientific relevance. It of course make us wonder what did ancient ones know we don´t know today. Sama issue may be found from other cultures as well. From Mayans, from Sumerians, From Egypt and from Greece philosophers. One specifically interesting point of view is the similarity between old Tibetan Bardo teachings and todays Quantum Mechanics. Bardo teachings suggest that for every dead and rebirth there is a limbo where one´s consciousness continues it´s existence without body/mind construction. By reading Tibetan book called Bardo Thodol you may get systematized description of these limbo states. One remarkable point is that tibetan don´t only think this works with dying but with everything in life. Between two tougths there is a limbo. Between sleep and awakening there is a limbo..

Now, how does this correlate with quantum physics? Quantum theory suggests that particle may exist in many dimensions simultaneously and perception of the particle make it manifest in certain dimension where objec exists with respect to subject which makes the perception.

If that´s the reality of quantum level we have to ask what is existence in first place? maybe consciousness exists in many dimensions simultaneously and manifests itself to physical construction called human being by the perception. This would obviously mean that for the exisntence of consciousness there is no beginning nor end, just eternal process.
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Post by Maxx on 07.06.15 11:08

There are so many interesting directions this could be take.. But since I am just a simple guy I will just place a tag to Walter Buhlman's book....Adventures In the Afterlife. I found much of what he described to be real for myself. But each person needs to find it for themselves. Everyone has an opinion, but usually I find it is unsupported by experimental facts. That is why I recommend each person doing their own work to prove anything.
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Post by Bella Donna on 07.06.15 13:54

Yes, that's very much truth with this and with many other issues as well. Also for methods to gain knowledge, experience and power to became the Undead, you need to find your own ways.

There is so many traditions and teachers. Sp many grimoires and techniques and so many ways to gain and feed, that trying to claim some path the one and only true path would be totally absurd idea. It's good to study and have decent discussion about things, but the path we have to walk is for everybody unique.
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Post by Divine 277 on 10.06.15 5:42

I see a lot of correlation between them, and thats basically what i do research Smile correlation between Myth, religion and science Smile I would also like to point to this phenomena called ball lightning, Its highly connected to both Tesla, Alister Crowley and Black Whole hypothesis.

Quote wikipedia: Aleister CrowleyEdit
British occultist Aleister Crowley reported witnessing what he referred to as "globular electricity" during a thunderstorm on Lake Pasquaney[20] in New Hampshire in 1916. He was sheltered in a small cottage when he "noticed, with what I can only describe as calm amazement, that a dazzling globe of electric fire, apparently between six and twelve inches (15–30 cm) in diameter, was stationary about six inches below and to the right of my right knee. As I looked at it, it exploded with a sharp report quite impossible to confuse with the continuous turmoil of the lightning, thunder and hail, or that of the lashed water and smashed wood which was creating a pandemonium outside the cottage. I felt a very slight shock in the middle of my right hand, which was closer to the globe than any other part of my body."[21]

Scientists have long attempted to produce ball lightning

Nikola Tesla reportedly could artificially produce 1.5″ (3.8 cm) balls and conducted some demonstrations of his ability,[42] but he was truly interested in higher voltages and powers, and remote transmission of power, so the balls he made were just a curiosity.[43]

The International Committee on Ball Lightning (ICBL) holds regular symposia on the subject. A related group uses the generic name "Unconventional Plasmas".[44] The last ICBL symposium was tentatively scheduled for July 2012 in San Marcos, Texas but was cancelled due to a lack of submitted abstracts.[45]

Black hole hypothesis :
Another hypothesis is that some ball lightning is the passage of microscopic primordial black holes through the Earth's atmosphere. This possibility was mentioned parenthetically by Leo Vuyk in 1992 in a patent application and a second patent application in 1996 by Leendert Vuyk. The first detailed scientific analysis was published by Mario Rabinowitz in Astrophysics and Space Science journal in 1999.[75] It was inspired by M. Fitzgerald’s account of ball lightning on 6 August 1868, in Ireland that lasted 20 minutes and left a 6-metre square hole, a 90-metre long trench, a second trench 25 meters long, and a small cave in the peat bog. Pace VanDevender, a plasma physicist at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and his team found depressions consistent with Fitzgerald’s report and inferred that the evidence is inconsistent with thermal (chemical or nuclear) and electrostatic effects. An electromagnetically levitated, compact mass of over 20,000 kg would produce the reported effects but requires a density of more than 2000 times the density of gold, which implies a miniature black hole. He and his team found a second event in the peat-bog witness plate from 1982 and are trying to geolocate electromagnetic emission consistent with the hypothesis. His colleagues at the institute agreed that, implausible though the hypothesis seemed, it was worthy of their attention.[76]

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball_lightning#Black_hole_hypothesis

Still a unsolved phenomena, that i actually came to think about when it came to this documentary, at least how i see it.

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Post by Maxx on 10.06.15 10:21

anything coming into this lower dimension from a higher one, whether in the form of a created thought or whether it is from another type being, will have to change the vibration rate to enter.  When that happens there is a form of energy change that takes place and the form will enter here in the shape of a ball...or circle.   Hence,groups of colored lights. Thought creation takes place in this way.  That is why it takes much longer for a thought to manifest in the manner one sees it materialize.  It moves into this dimension in full after it comes beyond the form of the ball or circle form and then completes it's change fully here.  There is an inner dimension as well as an outer dimension.  One would do well to study the relation between the two dimensions.  Those that do not believe in the metaphysic dimension do not believe in the inner dimension, etc.  They only relate to one half of existence around them.  Becoming aware of both parts and how they operate and relate opens a better life for the person that is aware. But most things that are not understood are basically simple in explanation once one sees it work.
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