Can there be such a Thing?
There MUST be.
A chapter Excerpt from the upcoming New Muse Book 4-
THE COLORS OF MIND IN THE GARDEN OF KNOWLEDGE ~ ANCIENT AND MODERN DISCOVERIES OF THE SELF.
In 1935, several scientists, including Einstein and Ervin Schrödinger, wrote papers that stated quantum ‘entanglement’ should be impossible.Quantum entanglement describes the state whereby two atoms, once bonded, and then separated, regardless of distance, still demonstrate an alignment of quantum properties between the two atoms. Thus, changing one atom in a particular location will also change its atomic ‘partner’ a million miles away.
Quantum entanglement has been successfully demonstrated with experiments involving photons, neutrinos, electrons, large molecules, and even small diamonds. The scientific utilization of entanglement, once thought impossible by leading scientists of their day, is now focusing on the fields of communication, computation, and quantum radar.
Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when a pair or group of particles is generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the pair or group cannot be described independently of the state of the others, including when the particles are separated by a large distance.
The topic of quantum entanglement is at the heart of the disparity between classical and quantum physics: entanglement is a primary feature of quantum mechanics lacking in classical mechanics.
Question: Could Electromagnetic Torus-shaped waves, only recently discovered, take a similar path as the spooky, ‘impossible’ science of quantum entanglement…and join with ancient Astrology, which is also considered impossible by leading scientists of our day?
Based upon what we’ve observed in new scientific developments, it’s time to consider another potential breakthrough in the understanding of Astrology, as a sophisticated science involving both solar system torus electromagnetic waves, and Quantum Mirror Matter.
As we saw earlier, Joseph Chilton Pearce stated in his book, The Heart-Mind Matrix, that our pulsating hearts radiate strong electromagnetic waves 10-15 feet beyond the physicality of the body, and that our torus-shaped waves have the potential to synchronize with the electromagnetic torus waves radiating from the Earth…and even the Sun. Pearce related:
“…massive radiations from the Sun extend outward in great streams of plasma as electromagnetic rivers of unimaginable density, size, and power, which move into and ‘embrace’ the entire solar system.”
Further, the HeartMath Institute’s research, in association with NASA, clearly shows their project data is true and supports the idea that :
‘...the earth, sun, and other planetary bodies influence human health and behavior’
Let us take this notion of electromagnetic human, planetary and solar influence one step further.
While there are countless amounts of scientists and others who have long rejected astrology as a joke, adored by weak minds, we should note that many highly intelligent, intuitive minds routinely see the wisdom of their personal astrological horoscopes and therefore, the mysterious truth of Astrology. I too, used to be a doubter, in my earlier days. The mainstream scientific abhorrence has been so great that…there are no scientific studies on astrology; no data is available to either support astrology or dismantle it. The science community would also be loath to admitting they haven’t been doing their job, of properly approaching all details of reality, with an open mind.
The late Stephen Hawking once quipped that the beautiful mathematical code of String Theory, where tiny vibrating strings create the physical dimensions of the universe, is so sophisticated that it would take an atom-smashing cyclotron the size of the Milky Way Galaxy, in order to prove the truths of String Theory.
Our idea of Astrological Physics is similar in that, our fledgling, 500-year-old science may not be able to grasp the subtle measurements of Solar and planetary electromagnetic torus fields and quantum mirror matter’s extremely subtle communications, as they are astrologically related to humans via the heart’s torus-shaped pulsations.
Yet, somehow, the ancients intuited them astrologically, without sophisticated, scientific devices.
Since there are several types of Astrology, including the Hindu and Chinese, all of which have degrees of validity, we may consider that these astrological ‘techniques’ extract differing pieces of information from the solar systems voluminous, informational databank, composed of staggering amounts of electromagnetic torus fields.
These electromagnetic solar system forces swirl and twirl as the Sun and
planets rotate…and travel through space…at 66,000 miles an hour. We, as our energetic, neural wisdom body… are along for the cosmic ride. Isn’t it grand?
Cosmos and Psyche
While astrophysicists look tediously at the stars, we should note that they do not look deeply into themselves. Their psychological views tend to be more mechanical, like the science they follow; these are left-brain traits.
Fortunately, in the fields of history and the humanities, difficult-to-understand systems such as astrology are more readily accepted.
Cosmos and Psyche is the title of the latest book by cultural historian Richard Theodore Tarnas, who is ranked among the top people in his field, by such notables as mythologist-historian Joseph Campbell, and Huston Smith, the MIT professor who was the founder of comparative religion.
Tarnas is a well-researched academic authority, who can still break new ground by connecting astrology and major events in human culture and get away with it. Let’s remember that our human involvement with the fields of the sun and planets is because of the torus-emanations from our hearts.
In Cosmos and Psyche, Tarnas writes of an astonishingly consistent correspondence between planetary alignments and the archetypal patterns of human history and biography. Tarnas uses C. G. Jung’s concept of synchronicity, or meaningful coincidence, to argue that there is an acausal connection between the outer world and the human psych; his ideas do not include any notion of causal connections.
Although Tarnas’s work received an expected criticism, deep-thought intellectual, Daniel Pinchbeck, writing in Reality Sandwich, disagreed and wrote that that Cosmos and Psyche was “scrupulously researched and carefully argued”, and that it advances “a radical thesis…which seeks to revive astrology as a serious intellectual discipline and provide a cosmological missing link between the human world and the greater universe in which we are embedded.” Pinchbeck considers that Cosmos and Psyche may offer “a transformative matrix for reconceiving our relationship to the cosmos.”
The only aspects our notion of Astrological Physics adds to Tarnas’s concepts in Cosmos and Psyche, are the ideas of electromagnetic and quantum processes, which could be the clockwork underpinning, by which unseen astrological communications and influences occur. Tarnas also considers, with his use of the word ‘Psyche’ that the head-mind is
involved; our Astrological Physics hypotheses would state that the True-Mind is in the pulsing, field-producing Heart. Regardless of these few contrasts, we can agree that there is a human-to-solar system feedback loop operating by mysterious processes. These are the likely areas of study for future scientists, if they should ever become interested, and it may prove too difficult for our best minds in the 21st century.