DNA Monthly (Vol. 12, No. 2)
May-June 2016 (Vol. 12, No. 2)
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FEATURED IN THE MAY-JUNE 2016 ISSUE OF DNA MONTHLY
1. “6 Reasons Why Most Scientific Research Is Fake, False or Fraudulent” by Christina Sarich
2. “The Newton You Never Knew: Isaac Newton’s Esotericism Revealed” by Brendan D. Murphy
3. “Introducing The Compassionate Equestrian” by Allen M. Schoen & Susan Gordon
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1. 6 Reasons Why Most Scientific Research is Fake, False or Fraudulent
How often do scientists smugly quote the latest research on a topic only later to be made the fool by insider revelations that published research in peer-reviewed journals is abjectly false? This happens so frequently now that it has become clear: science is broken, and most scientific research is fraudulent.
It isn’t broken like a bike needing a new tire, or even an outdated paradigm that has reached its tipping point, as in the time of the renaissance. Modern science is broken for reasons that might shock you.
First, there’s a replication crisis. More and more studies simply cannot be replicated, so any false theories are not thrown out, but left floating as acceptable “fact” in the hallowed scientific ethers, when they are nothing more than studies paid for and promoted by the companies who have a marked interest in proving their personal hypothesis.
Take for example a recent review of 67 blockbuster drug discovery research findings published in prestigious journals. A review of the studies found that three-fourths of them weren’t right. Bayer simply couldn’t replicate findings that were published in more than 75 percent of their drug trials. Another study of cancer research found that only 11 percent of preclinical cancer research could be reproduced—but the problem isn’t just in the pharmaceutical industry.
Even in physics, supposedly the most complex and most reliable of all sciences, two of the most flaunted physics results of the past few years—the announced discovery of both cosmic inflation and gravitational waves at the BICEP2 experiment in Antarctica, as well as the supposed discovery of superluminal neutrinos at the Swiss-Italian border—have now been retracted.
Why the gross negligence in a field that has been heralded as sacrosanct? The errors in science have been due to simple arithmetic miscalculations or excel spreadsheet mistakes, but they are also due to industry greed and outright fraud.
Science has even discredited itself—in one study meant to hoodwink the very prestigious British Medical Journal, a paper with eight major errors was submitted. Not a single one of the 221 scientists who reviewed the paper caught all the errors in it, and only 30 percent of reviewers recommended that the paper be rejected.
Second, scientists can manipulate data almost any way they deem fit. Data can be excluded, included and re-arranged to support the presupposition of any scientist.
Third, the scientific community doesn’t listen to women, young people, or those whose ideas go against the current scientific dogma. The greatest scientific pioneers were once weirdoes with wiry glasses and grandiose ideas that they set out to prove with the scientific method. Now, we have an aged scientific population, that is mostly white and male, worried about getting tenure at their institutions or that have been lobbied directly by pharmaceutical and biotech industries to promote a certain plan that affects our entire sociological structure.
Next, it’s all about the fame and money. These two things alone kill objectivity. Industry-funded studies completely ignore conflict of interest and skew any possible hope for real scientific results. This is why institutions like the FDA, supposedly founded on scientific study, are a complete fraud.
Finally, it’s about the social pandering to guys in white lab coats. We’ve made scientists gods while ignoring that they are people with greed, lust for power, and other very human traits.
There aren’t just cracks in the current scientific community, there are gapping gulches that need to be addressed. William A. Wilson writes:
Even if self-correction does occur and theories move strictly along a lifecycle from less to more accurate, what if the unremitting flood of new, mostly false, results pours in faster? Too fast for the sclerotic, compromised truth-discerning mechanisms of science to operate? The result could be a growing body of true theories completely overwhelmed by an ever-larger thicket of baseless theories, such that the proportion of true scientific beliefs shrinks even while the absolute number of them continues to rise. Borges’ Library of Babel contained every true book that could ever be written, but it was useless because it also contained every false book, and both true and false were lost within an ocean of nonsense. [First Things]
Skeptic of science, Michael Shermer, says that science is “a set of methods designed to describe and interpret observed or inferred phenomena, past or present, aimed at building a testable body of knowledge open to rejection or confirmation.”
Science is modifiable and falsifiable, just like religion. So why have we made it the modern day, untouchable dogma? We can’t treat beliefs as facts, but when science is broken we do. How do we trust science again when it is so shattered? Perhaps its time to trust our guts again, and not every testimony given in the latest scientific journal.
This article (“6 Reasons Why Most Scientific Research Is Fake, False or Fraudulent”) was originally created and published by Waking Times and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Christina Sarich and WakingTimes.com. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.
Christina Sarich is a writer, musician, yogi and humanitarian with an expansive repertoire. Her thousands of articles can be found all over the Internet, and her insights also appear in magazines as diverse as Weston A. Price, Nexus, Atlantis Rising and the Cuyamungue Institute, among others. She was recently a featured author in the Journal, Wise Traditions in Food, Farming & Healing Arts, and her commentary on healing, ascension, and human potential inform a large body of the alternative news lexicon. She has been invited to appear on numerous radio shows, including Health Conspiracy Radio, Dr. Gregory Smith’s Show, and dozens more. The second edition of her book, Pharma Sutra, will be released soon.
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2. The Newton You Never Knew: Isaac Newton's Esotericism Revealed
Brendan D. Murphy
[Truth is] the offspring of silence and unbroken meditation. —Isaac Newton
The Man, the Myth
History, as any real researcher (as opposed to “conspiracy theorist”) will be able to tell you, has been sanitized in order to present the facts, myths, and overarching worldview most convenient for the so-called powers that be. This should be a pragmatic, if not novel proposition, given that those who have power will obviously desire to retain that power. Isaac Newton’s publicly known legacy largely belongs to the mythology of sanitized mainstream “Science.” Official history has sanitized his story to remove elements that were embarrassing to modern rationalists and the version of Newton and the history of science they wished to present to the world—and the modern “Newtonian materialists” (an oxymoron, in truth) have, for the most part, lapped it up without question, putting Newton on a pedestal, virtually deifying him, and with him, the mechanistic worldview his “politically correct” work went so far to creating.
In his fascinating biography of Newton (1642–1727), Isaac Newton: The Last Sorcerer, Michael White informs us, “More than any other scientist in history, Newton’s image has been protected by his disciples and by generations of biographers who have produced inaccurate and sometimes totally false accounts of his life.”(1)
It was only in the 1930s that data revealing the real Isaac Newton began to materialize from the mists of history so that we could begin to understand the psyche of a man oft thought of as a one-dimensional “pure scientist,” a mathematical prodigy and an unparalleled scientific genius who (along with Leibniz) brought us calculus and so much more. A vision of Newton as something akin to a god is inculcated in the Western mind—and in this vision, of course, Newton is made more or less in the image of the rationalist, someone impeccably empirical who doesn’t believe in the unseen or seemingly unmeasurable. And yet, Newton’s worldview had relatively little in common with that of today’s rationalists. Unlike so many of today’s “Newtonians,” Newton was a pioneering civilizer mind—a trailblazer and innovator—rather than merely a creature of enculturation and indoctrination (a “culture mind,” as Dane Rudhyar would have said).(2)
The Man, the Mystic, the Christian
While mechanistic thinking was reportedly all the rage in Newton’s time, thanks largely to the philosophies and logic of Descartes (1596–1650), Newton’s worldview was, in reality, largely informed by mystical, magical, and animistic thought. Newton believed in the existence of animal spirits in the human body, and described them as being of an ethereal nature—“subtle enough to flow through animal voices as freely as the magnetic effluvia flow through glass. For him, all animal motions resulted from this spirit flowing into the motor nerves and moving the muscles by inspiration.”(3)
Ironically, since Newton’s time, all notions of forces somehow transcending time or space were considered to be in violation of Newton’s Laws, despite the fact that the great man himself saw neither his laws as sacrosanct, nor as the limits of a universe which—in opposition to today’s fawning atheistic worshipers of Newton—he saw as God’s creation! Newton’s God however, was not nearly as anthropomorphic as many Christians of lesser intellect. Newton demonstrated a good deal of insight when he wrote:
He is eternal and infinite, omnipotent and omniscient; that is, his duration reaches from eternity to eternity; his presence from infinity to infinity: he governs all things, and knows all things that are or can be done…He endures forever and is everywhere present; and by existing always and everywhere, he constitutes duration and space…He is all similar, all eye, all ear, all brain, all arm, all power to perceive, to understand, and to act; but in a manner not at all human, in a manner not at all corporeal, in a manner utterly unknown to us.(4)
Thus, the gravitational force, for instance, was an expression of God’s being and “his” will. Newton’s purpose, in his mind, was to unfurl the mysteries of his God’s creation, to enunciate the principles according to which it functioned, thus rendering greater glory unto his infinite and eternal Creator.
Newton was a devout Arian, thoroughly Christian, but belonging to a stream that rendered him a heretic. Arians were named for their support of the early presbyter, Arius, a man recognized as being knowledgeable and who rejected the belief that Christ was Homoousious, or, “of the substance of the Father.” The Alexandrian priest argued that Christ, although still divine, was created by God as the first creature, and therefore was nonexistent prior to that (unlike God, Christ had to have a beginning). However, when the now infamous Council of Nicaea was convened by Emperor Augustine in 325 AD, Arius and his supporters were bitterly opposed by the rabble present, and the council ultimately voted (by a narrow margin) to fuse the identities of Judas Khrestus and Rabbi Jesus in order to create the new deity Jesus Christ. Constantine declared Christ and God of the one substance, and a new god was born.(5)
Perhaps it is appropriate that these fiery and reportedly farcical debates appear to have spawned the Santa Claus legend—as well as providing the new deity which solidified the power and control of the Roman state over its people by unifying them under the manufactured, state-approved belief system. Arianism was declared heretical in 325 AD(6), and yet, Isaac Newton—quite rightly it would appear—had taken the “right” side, albeit over 1,300 years later.
Even in matters of faith and religion Newton was politically incorrect, but more correct than the majority would—or could—have admitted. Regardless, his Arianism Newton kept to himself, since at the time, in such an orthodox religious climate, to proclaim it would have meant the likely ruination of his career.
As well as being an Arian, Newton was also a Creationist. He believed in the Biblical Creation story—that God made the heavens and the earth in seven days—but he qualified this quite ingeniously. Since it is not specified in the Scriptures that all seven days were of equal length—because there was no Earth during the first two days, and thus, no twenty-four-hour day based upon planetary rotation—the length of a day could have been anything the good Lord desired. Newton also managed to calculate a date for the second coming of Christ—some time during 1948.(7) (Unless rock god Ozzy Osborne was Jesus reborn, Newton appears to have missed the mark.) Prophecy and Biblical interpretation occupied Newton even in the last weeks of his life. Trying to ascertain when the Day of Judgment would come was, for Newton, an irresistible intellectual puzzle to be solved by one who was worthy of the challenge.
As a devout Arian, Newton detested the notion of materialism since it denied the independent existence of the human soul, which he firmly believed in. As it turns out, somewhat ironically, Newton was right about there being an “afterlife” (as I show beyond all rational doubt in the yet-to-be-released sequel to my recent book The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science & Spirituality), and he was also smart enough to have rejected the farcical notion of the Devil—an obvious control mechanism if ever there was one—deciding it was the result of human imagination. It is unfortunate that Newton’s discoveries about the level of reality we occupy in the physical sense were taken and employed in formulating a science (or more accurately, a widely adopted “scientific attitude”) that was dogmatically reductionist and materialistic—something that he emphatically was not.
It was a collection of works found posthumously in Newton’s library, papers and note books which revealed that Newton had spent more of his life immersed in studies of alchemy (as well as theology, Bible chronology and natural magic) than he had spent working on “pure science.” In 1936 a collection of Newton’s papers, amazingly regarded as of “no scientific value” when offered to Cambridge university some fifty years earlier, was purchased at Sotheby’s by the respected economist and Newton scholar John Maynard Keynes.(8) Originally left in a stack by Newton when he left his post as the director of the London mint in 1696, these documents had somehow fortuitously escaped the burning of Newton’s personal writings arranged after his death—and were discovered two centuries later.(9)
Having won the auction for them at Sotheby’s in 1936, Keynes then studied these papers, no doubt relishing their historical import. Afterwards, he gave a lecture to the Royal Society in which he declared: “Newton was not the first of the age of reason. He was the last of the magicians, the last of the Babylonians and Sumerians…[and] the last wonder-child to whom the Magi could do sincere and appropriate homage.”(10)
Newton had, according to White, written over one million words on the subject of alchemy and that doesn’t include the works of his that were lost in a fire while he lived. Consider that a normal sized book of about three hundred pages today might contain roughly 100,000 words. According to Loup Verlet, Newton’s known work consists of 1.4 million words on theology, 550,000 on alchemy, 150,000 relating to finance, and one million on scientific matters.(11)
Indeed, White proclaims that Newton’s alchemical research was crucial to his world-changing scientific discoveries. The two realms were inextricably linked.(12) However, by hiding the alchemical, hermetic, and esoteric aspects of his studies and thought, Newton shrouded the very fields that elucidated his research. “From this point of view, victorious Science made its complex matrix disappear,” writes Bauer.(13) Thus, Newton contributed to the very sanitization of scientific history we are trying to recover from.
As White comments, it was likely Newton’s impassioned and obsessive forays into alchemy that had led, at least in part, to his theory of gravity, perhaps providing the initial inspiration for it. White reminds us that, in spite of its reputation, the efforts of some alchemists did produce much of value, including distillation equipment and gun powder—which was likely developed by Chinese alchemists around the sixth or seventh centuries.(14) Even ignoring the role alchemy played in inspiring Newton’s discoveries, alchemy sped the arrival of the Industrial Revolution as much as any orthodox science.(15)
Picknett and Prince have written that every major character in the Scientific Revolution was steeped in Hermeticism, including Copernicus, Kepler, Tycho Brahe, William Gilbert, William Harvey, and Newton’s nemesis Leibniz. In fact, all of Copernicus’ “radical” notions—especially the heliocentric concept—are to be found in the Hermetica(16)—which originated from 2nd or 3rd century Alexandria, but which contain ideas that reach back to far antiquity. They were believed to contain the wisdom of Egypt’s pyramid builders—a compelling notion indeed, given the many suggestions of advanced knowledge known to the builders of the Sphinx and, later, the Great Pyramid.
To return specifically to Newton once more, the cute little tale (originating from Newton) about seeing an apple fall from a tree and thereupon falling into a “deep meditation” on the nature of gravity some time in the summer of 1666 is obviously a politically correct and safe enough version of events that would have served to protect Newton’s image from his secret obsession with alchemy and esotericism. In reality, his alchemical creation in 1670 of the prized Star Regulus of Antimony (a step on the way to producing the Philosopher’s Stone) was probably one of many factors that fed into Newton’s theory of gravity as it ultimately appeared in the Principia of 1687. Due to its radiating shard-like crystals, the Regulus could be viewed as symbolic of the way gravity (or aether) flows into the centre of a celestial body.(17) Besides being anathema to traditional science and society in general, the attempted transmutation of base metals into gold was also a capital offence. Newton needed to hide his pursuits in order to remain on the side of legality as well as to preserve his image and reputation as history’s greatest scientist. Still, as Picknett and Prince state: “Newton didn’t make his great discoveries despite his occult beliefs, but because of them.”(18)
Many of Newton’s modern-day fans might cringe at this esoteric statement he made in Opticks: “Are not gross bodies and light convertible into one another; and may not bodies receive much of their activity from the particles of light which enter into their composition? The changing of bodies into light, and light into bodies, is very conformable to the course of Nature, which seems delighted with transmutations.”(19)
Etymologically, alchemy derives from the Arabic al (the) and khame (blackness) and could be seen as the science of creating light out of darkness. Alchemy’s real goal is not to turn lead into gold but to transform human biology into a physiology of golden light. Alternatively stated, “alchemy’s primary objective is biospiritual enlightenment,”(20) or the creation of what has been called the lightbody or merkaba, a geometric energetic formation consisting of two interlaced tetrahedra which, once constructed, envelops the human form. As the tetrahedra spin in opposite directions to one another, a torsion/morphic field is created that plugs the human into the very fabric of all existence itself, though torsion fields and auric fields are topics beyond our scope here. The point to note here would be that through systematic DNA activation,(21) it may be possible to gradually stimulate our DNA into “building” the merkaba/light body. Thus the dull lead of the unawakened man is transmuted into the brilliant gold of the awakened light body.
Newton’s statement about light possessed a level of prescience I have come to expect from history’s mystics and occultists as a result of my research. The science to verify such sentiments did not exist in Newton’s time, and yet, today it is increasingly well recognized that so-called “physical matter” is actually standing waves, “congealed light,” or as noted physicist David Bohm referred to it, “frozen light” moving in patterns back and forth at less than the speed of light. This is the conclusion reached by Dr. Richard Gerber in Vibrational Medicine—that matter is “frozen light”—and Dr. Len Horowitz reaches precisely the same conclusion, stating that humans are “crystallized or precipitated light.”(22)
Many occult notions have only become verifiable since the advent of quantum mechanics and with the maturation of modern physics at large. By the time he died, Newton owned 169 books on alchemy and chemistry, and was considered at the time to have harbored the finest and most extensive collection of alchemical texts thus far accumulated.(23)
Freemasonry is a brotherhood/fraternity which seeks to preserve the wisdom of the ancients, including those who built the pyramids. At this point it should surprise no one to learn that Newton was an initiate into the Mysteries—he was a Freemason (the term is apparently a contraction of the words freestone mason). Knowing that Newton was an initiate makes a lot of sense of the material above, and why, as he matured, he became increasingly entrenched in esotericism and moved further away from a Cartesian mechanistic worldview, which he loathed. Initiates know the universe is not run by a “blind watchmaker.”
(It is interesting to note that Descartes was educated by the Jesuits, the Vatican’s military arm, and yet his books were placed on the Catholic Index of Forbidden Books. Descartes originated the mind-matter dualism as a result of a turf deal with the church. Science would deal with “matter” and religion with mind or “spirit stuff.”)(24)
Newton may have been initiated around the mid-1670s soon after he began interacting with the Cambridge scholars who created the Invisible College in 1645, the forerunner of what became the prestigious Royal Society in 1660 (which he was invited to join in 1671). The forging of the original links between Masonry and the Royal Society may have been achieved by the Scotsman Robert Moray (born in 1607), possibly the first non-mason to garner acceptance into a lodge. His initiation precedes that of Elias Ashmole (born in 1617) by six years, and together, they went on to create the Royal Society, whose founding members included physicist Robert Boyle and architect and professor of astronomy Sir Christopher Wren.(25)
Ashmole was a physicist and astrologer, and, like Newton, who would join the society later and serve as President from 1703 until his death in March of 1727, Ashmole was a passionate collector of alchemical texts. For his part, Newton’s thinking was clearly influenced by these other learned students of Hermeticism, although he had already begun his studies into alchemy at least as early as 1669, four years after the Great Plague of 1665.
The Speculative Aether Scientist
According to Arian doctrine (which was excluded from the Toleration Act of 1689), Christ occupied a place between man and God in the universal hierarchy. As Newton entered his final years, he entertained the notion that Christ had a “spiritual body” constituting an ineffable sort of aether, dispersed among the cosmos, providing the universe with its observable order. It was via this incorporeal body of Christ that God pulled the strings of creation, in Newton’s mind. This way God himself did not have to directly control the forces of gravity keeping the planets in motion, or provide the medium through which gravitation operates.(26)
Newton was right in that there was an ineffable “something” unifying all of creation which can be characterized as an all-pervading, conscious, intelligent, and even loving field of consciousness; the source of ourselves and our reality. Funnily enough, Newton himself wrote in Opticks, “is not infinite space the sensory of a Being incorporeal, living, intelligent, omnipresent?”(27) All these years later science is beginning to nod its assent, vindicating Newton’s mystic side—no doubt to the chagrin of modern day “Newtonians” whose reductionist epistemologies have left them woefully uninformed as to the fundamental nature of reality: infinite consciousness. The only models of reality that have any shot at unifying all forces are fundamentally aetheric, describing the fabric of space as fluid-like.(28)
In a 1675 letter to his friend and Secretary of the Royal Society Henry Oldenburg (and later to Robert Boyle), Newton proposed that “gravity was the result of a condensation causing a flow of ether with a corresponding thinning of the ether density associated with the increased velocity of flow. He also asserted that such a process was consistent with all his other work and Kepler’s Laws of Motion.”(29)
As a student of the Mysteries, Newton was likely exposed to ancient aether-based notions of how the universe was created from a conscious infinite field of potential. In Genesis of the Cosmos, physicist Paul A. LaViolette shows in detail how different ancient cultures (such as that of Egypt) preserved an even more ancient scientific legacy by allegorically depicting an aether-based creation with their own cultural symbolism. LaViolette details how these views are supported by modern scientific discoveries, all of which prove that our space-time reality was created out of this hyperspatial aetheric medium, or “implicate order” if you prefer Bohm’s terminology.
Newton seemingly anticipated the discovery of aetheric torsion/scalar physics with Query 31 in the first Latin edition of his Opticks (1706) when he mused that the small particles of bodies might possess “certain powers, virtues or forces, by which they act at a distance … for producing a great part of the phenomena of Nature,” and that the actions of gravity, magnetism and electricity “make it not improbable but that there may be more attractive powers than these. For Nature is very constant and conformable to herself.”(30)
The initial discovery of a fifth force—separate from gravity and electromagnetism—was reportedly executed in the late 1800s by Russian professor N.P. Myshkin.(31) Dr. Eli Cartan first termed this force “torsion” in 1913 in reference to its twisting movement through the fabric of space-time (and within the flow of gravity), but his important work was virtually buried by the rampant success and notoriety of Einstein’s theories. Russian scientists are reported to have written thousands of papers on torsion research in the 1990s alone, and more recently, award-winning physicist Nassim Haramein has, along with his colleague E.A. Rauscher, re-worked Einstein’s field equations with the inclusion of torque and coriolis effects. In the 1950s—the same decade that Watson and Crick discovered the helical structure of DNA—Russian scientist Nicolai Kozyrev conclusively proved the existence of this energy/force, demonstrating that, like time (and not unlike DNA), it flows in a sacred geometric spiral.(32)
Torsion waves—also referred to as scalar waves—are the epitome of nonlocal forces that act at a distance—far beyond the speed of light. One of the facets in which they differ from known electromagnetic forces is that, while in electricity or magnetism, like repels like, for torsion waves rippling through the aether, like attracts like. As Newton speculated, everything that spins—meaning every single atom or subatomic particle, as well as every planet—produces torsion waves. Thus there is a cosmic interference pattern containing all the information in the universe lurking in the fabric of space/aether. Torsion waves are produced by all natural phenomena and are vital to many processes in nature and the animal kingdom. They can be harnessed by pyramid-shaped structures in particular—with health-enhancing effects, as has been demonstrated. Perhaps most importantly, they facilitate at least some psi phenomena, for example, telepathic contact.
Torsion waves, we might say, are carrier waves of consciousness operating in the aetheric medium.
Clearly, the material we have covered here vis-a-vis Newton and his beliefs (he also studied sacred geometry and numerology), are facts that many “Newtonians” would prefer us to ignore. Yet Edward Harrison noted that “if Newton had lacked a mystical outlook there could not have been a Newtonian universe. We always write history in such a way that its events are rational to us rather than the [historical figures involved].”(34) (emphasis added)
Newton’s disciples wanted to paint a picture of a clear-sighted man who was hewn from the rock of “pure” reason (their version of reason), but we can see this clearly is misleading. This is a man who, as an only child born on the 25th of December, likened himself to The Messiah. He was a misunderstood, temperamental youth who would grow into an eccentric, somewhat socially maladjusted, obsessive, slightly narcissistic and brooding man (who, it has been speculated, may have suffered from Asperger’s syndrome).
In 1693, about six years after publishing the Principia, Newton’s delicate and obsessive personality, along with several disparate emotional factors, actually combined with a prolonged lack of sleep to cause something of a psychotic break in which he wrote bizarre and nonsensical letters to two friends, Samuel Pepys and John Locke (the more disturbing of the two going to Locke).(35) Each of these men none the less eagerly forgave their friend, the man who held the prestigious Lucasian Chair at Cambridge, and the incident was eventually forgotten, as Newton returned to his usual—though still emotionally fragile—self.
With Newton’s esotericism, fundamentalism, and fragile emotional makeup included in our vision of Newton the genius and scientific pioneer, he stands, as White puts it in The Last Sorcerer, “divested but undiminished.” It is ironic that we have come to associate a mechanistic, deterministic, and atheistic worldview with Newton. In fact, he abhorred the materialist philosophy and was a deeply religious initiate into the Mysteries; a man possessed by the pursuit of the Philosopher’s Stone for the glorification of his deity; an introspective seeker of deep truth who ultimately devoted more time to alchemy and religion than to the “pure” science he became famous for and which was so instrumental in triggering the Industrial Revolution.
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Brendan D. Murphy is co-founder of Global Freedom Movement and host of GFM Media. He is also a certified DNA activator, author, researcher, activist, and musician. His acclaimed non-fiction epic The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science & Spirituality is available here. Come and get your mind blown at www.brendandmurphy.net.
- White, Isaac Newton: The Last Sorcerer, Basic Books, 1997, 1.
- I discuss these ideas in more detail in The Grand Illusion.
- J. Mishlove, The Roots of Consciousness. williamjames.com/Intro/CONTENTS.htm
- Quoted in Sheldrake, Rupert, The Presence of the Past, HarperCollinsPublishers, 1994, 29.
- See T. Bushby, The Bible Fraud, The Pacific Blue Group Inc., 2001, 210–17.
- Vayro, God Save Us from Religion, Joshua Books, 2007, 196.
- White, op cit., 156–7.
- See ibid.
- Bauer, Isaac Newton’s Freemasonry, Inner Traditions, 2007, 59.
- White, op cit., 2–3
- Bauer, op cit., 60.
- White, op cit., 5.
- Bauer, op cit., 60.
- White, op cit., 112.
- , 123.
- Picknett and Prince,“From Ancient Egypt to Modern Science,” New Dawn 129.
- White, op cit., 144–6.
- See Picknett and Prince, op cit.
- Luckman,“DNA Activation, Healing & Enlightenment.” Sep., 2007. http://evolve.8.forumer.com/a/dna-activation-healing-amp-enlightenment_post798.html
- See Luckman, Potentiate Your DNA, Crow Rising, 2011.
- Luckman, Conscious Healing, Booklocker Publishing, 2006, 106.
- White, op cit., 119.
- See D. Yurth, Seeing Past the Edge, 1997, 49.
- Bauer, op cit., 40–1, 46–8
- White, op cit., 351.
- Harrison, Masks of the Universe, Macmillan, 1985, 98.
- See my article, “Where Did the Aether Go” brendandmurphy.net
- Henry C. Warren Jr., “The Entrained Spatial Medium Gravitational Sink Model.” olypen.com/hcwarren/spatialflow.pdf
- Yurth, “Torsion Field Mechanics.” www.clayandiron.com/news.jhtml?method=view&news.id=1509
- See Murphy, The Grand Illusion, Chapter 6.
- Baigent, Lee, Lincoln, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, Delacorte Press, 2005.
- Harrison, op cit., 95.
- See White, op cit., 248–52.
3. Introducing The Compassionate Equestrian
Allen M. Schoen & Susan Gordon
The teachings of all the great mystical paths of the world make it clear that there is within us an enormous reservoir of power, the power of wisdom and compassion. If we learn how to use it—and this is the goal of the search for enlightenment—it can transform not only ourselves but the world around us. Has there ever been a time when the clear use of this sacred power was more essential or more urgent? Has there ever been a time when it was more vital to understand the nature of this pure power and how to channel it and how to use it for the sake of the world.
Sogyal Rinpoche, Glimpse After Glimpse: Daily Reflections on Living & Dying
We are human, they are not. They don’t look like us, and they do not speak our language. We can train ourselves to do all kinds of brilliant things during our time on this planet, creating a multitude of materials and objects of desire that fulfill every need we have or think we have. Humans make and exchange goods and property, and carry on making everything bigger, better, louder, faster. We ship ourselves into frenzies or fall into deep depressions, and indulge in many other states of being in between. This is how we keep the “wheel of existence” turning again and again.
Horses—and other animals—must look at us with great curiosity and wonder what we are up to much of the time. They happily allow us to house, feed, and care for them, and seem compliant with whatever environment in which we choose to keep them. Some become geniuses at things like untying knots or opening stall doors. They display feelings and emotions. Some exhibit a sense of humor. They have been observed mourning at the loss or death of a friend. Even though they do not look and think like us, there are enough similarities in our physiology and life processes that we must look at them with as much curiosity as they must feel when studying us.
They may not understand our words but they are quick to react to the moods we are in, the things we strap on them and prod them with, and the little boxes we coax them into for travel or living quarters. They are not human, but they certainly have served humanity in many ways for a long time. Their history deserves considerable respect.
Many of us say we love horses. Are they capable of loving us back? If we offer them compassion, can we expect compassion from them in return? In describing a great equine athlete we say, the horse “has heart.” The heart is described as being the center of compassion—the loving point from which we develop empathy and the desire to relieve the suffering of others.
In other words, just how “human” are these non-humans?
When we observe a being that does not use elaborate spoken languages like humans do to communicate with others, it appears they still understand the concepts of friendship, fear, happiness, and sadness, among other emotions. Remarkably, they seem to understand our emotions in relationship to their own. They even exhibit signs of reading deeper into the human psyche than we are willing to admit. This seems especially true when we are under considerable stress. They have access to their primordial psyches—the old part of the brain that connects to ancestral knowledge—without the blocks that humans tend to place around their own. We create many reasons for not letting our true, loving selves radiate from our center. What are we afraid of that horses are not?
That which we lay before you in The Compassionate Equestrian is not designed to be an easy path to follow. The Principles of Compassionate Equitation which we introduce to you on p. 16 are a deep, personal set of commitments that may enhance your experience as a horseperson and as a person in general. Becoming a Compassionate Equestrian will allow you to take the peace, calm, and heart-centered techniques from this book and put them into practice with yourself, your horses, and everyone else you encounter. May you find this to be an enlightening experience, a validation of all the wonderful love and care you provide for your horses already, and of tremendous benefit to your heart and soul, and all other beings, in the days ahead.
Dr. Allen Schoen:
We are all interconnected via an integral web of interactions from everyone’s mind and heart. You know, they joke and say there are actually over seven billion human “youniverses” on the planet—and each person is their own youniverse unto him- or herself. Each horseperson is seeing that same horse barn through a unique filter based on his or her own life’s experiences. Every person in the barn brings perceptions and responses to it, and the horses bear the brunt of the good, the bad, and the ugly. Horses, too, bring their own experiences to the barn. Whatever number of horses there are on the planet, that’s how many horse universes (“equiverses?”) there are.
One of the things I have found with all animals that interact with people (as compared to those that do not have to interact with people) is that they have actually evolved to a different level of awareness in consciousness. I chuckle and say, “When a horse is in a herd, he is just ‘horsing around.’ He’s just being a horse.” When the horse interacts with people though, he becomes a great student of human behavior. He watches us from his predator-prey point of view—he feels like prey and interacts from a fearful and cautious mind. From there, he can evolve into the most compassionate, loving being or the most dangerous, frightening 1,200 pounds on the earth. He can either love you or hurt you. Perhaps both companion animals and their people subconsciously evolve to a new level of interconnectedness, becoming more like each other, based on the foundations of my Transpecies Field Theory, which I introduce on p. 7.
What it boils down to is that it’s not just our minds, but our hearts and minds, and the heart and mind of everyone in the barn or at the show, from the grooms, trainers, and riders to the horses, dogs, cats, and birds. To me, Ultimate Healing is bringing this awareness to all animal and horse lovers everywhere. There is an opportunity that has arisen as neuroscience has advanced and continues to develop, documenting ancient spiritual traditions that claim the benefits of loving-kindness and compassion. As these two areas converge into a new field, sometimes called neurospirituality or the neuroscience of behavior, we can better understand the positive or negative impact we have on the animals with which we interact.
The topic of neurohealth was discussed at the 2015 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Dr. Philip Campbell, the editor-in-chief of NATURE magazine, stated that, “If the twentieth century was the century that successfully tackled infectious disease, the twenty-first century will hopefully be known as the century that tackles chronic disease. And no chronic disease (heart, cancer, diabetes combined) takes as big a toll on society than brain disease and mental illness” (Tapscott, D., “Davos 2015 Wrap-up: Get Ready for Breakthroughs about the Brain,” The Huffington Post Blog, February 2, 2015). It was also said that neuroscientists needed to look at neural circuitry as well as neurochemistry. This is what we are discussing in this book when we mention neural networks and mindstreams (see p. 49, for example). As I read Tapscott’s wrap-up, I realized how relevant this book is in our current world situation. At Davos, the world’s leaders, cutting edge thinkers, and wealthiest business people all converged and voiced their concerns about the state of the world, climate, violence, and the unpredictability of the current situations. I was impressed that amidst all of that, they acknowledged that the neurohealth of the population is an essential component of remedying these situations.
I feel that the essential foundations for the human-animal bond, evolutionary biologist E. O. Wilson’s concept of Biophilia, (an innate desire to be with all life, as outlined in his book Biophilia, Harvard University Press, 1986), and neurohealth are intimately interrelated. Understanding the Transpecies Field Theory (p. 7), therefore, is one of the keys to helping all of us out of the stress and depression that permeates this world. This is why we see many more households include pets as we become more urbanized. This is why so many people who have the ability to share their lives with horses feel that connection in their lies is imperative. Sharing our lives with animals in a compassionate way can improve neurohealth and make the world a better place.
This book offers two separate, yet converging views of how we can better treat our horses. Susan and I have chosen to collaborate on this book because we recognize that there are significant benefits to sharing our different perspectives and also appreciate the commonality of our insights. I am not a horse trainer and do not have the awareness or expertise in horse training that Susan has. There are aspects of certain training methods and approaches of which I am not fully cognizant. Susan shares her knowledge of these by describing her personal journey with her horse, Willie, in her own words. Alongside and around Susan’s contributions, I bring perspectives based on over 35 years of pioneering and integrating innovative veterinary approaches to equine health care, as well as my passion for animal behavior, neuroscience, and consciousness studies. Together, I feel that our two unique, yet complementary perspectives can offer different benefits to each reader, depending on the kinds of insights you would like to take from this book. I often add this invitation after all that I share in speaking and in writing: “if you agree with my views, resonate with them, and if my perspectives are of benefit, integrate them in your life in whatever way feels right. If you do not agree with anything, just let it go.” No one has all the answers. We are all on our own unique journey in the midst of the collective journey called life on earth.
I appreciate the value and benefits of conventional practice, yet, have also undertaken a personal, professional, and spiritual journey, realizing there are many additional options for healing animals and people. That healing is a full circle: The more we become aware of how we can benefit through developing loving-kindness and compassion in ourselves, the more we can help the animals in our lives, and subsequently, the animals become all they can be, and they will then support us in becoming all we can be. Full circle.
The more we understand neuroscience and comparative neurobiology, the more we realize we share similar brain patterns and brain programs with animals. We share more similarities than differences. In fact, one of the paramount paradigm shifts I would like to see is to change from having to prove what is the same to having to prove what is different in regards to the way our thoughts and moods function as compared to those of animals. Recognizing “sameness” as the foundation, rather than always separating “self” from “other” by looking at differences is a concept I call the “Commonality of Biophilia.” This is an immensely powerful change of purview that has innumerable ramifications in how we see the world and how we treat all animals.
I would like this book to become a catalyst for recreating compassion and loving-kindness as the foundation for all our interactions with every living being we encounter … two-legged, four-legged, and winged! Thank you for choosing to become a Compassionate Equestrian.
Copyright © Allen M. Schoen and Susan Gordon. All Rights Reserved.
For more information visit www.TheCompassionateEquestrian.com.
Allen Schoen, DVM, MS, PhD (Hon), is a pioneer in veterinary acupuncture and natural therapies and has been acknowledged worldwide for introducing the concept of an integrative approach to veterinary medicine, bridging the gap between conventional and alternative medicine. Dr. Schoen has edited two veterinary textbooks—Veterinary Acupuncture: Ancient Art to Modern Medicine and Complementary & Alternative Veterinary Medicine: Principles & Practice (co-edited with Susan Wynne, DVM)—and is author of Love, Miracles & Animal Healing and Kindred Spirits: How the Remarkable Bond Between Humans & Animals Can Change the Way We Live.
Susan Gordon was a professional hunter-jumper trainer from 1983-2009. After retiring from training and teaching, she founded Green Pony Productions for the creation of digital media content relating to social-justice issues for horses and the environment. She writes and blogs regularly regarding the 25 Principles of Compassionate Equitation she co-developed with Dr. Schoen.
4. Robert De Niro Wakes up & Opens up on Vaccines
On NBC’s TODAY SHOW, Robert De Niro just broke his trance and started talking sense about vaccines. He refused to back down and knuckle under. Watch the interview here.
It’s the leading edge of a new storm.
De Niro wouldn’t accept the canned notion that vaccines are remarkably safe and effective and necessary. He expressed doubts. He linked vaccines to autism. He stood with the mothers who know their children were tragically damaged after being vaccinated.
You could say this is too little too late, because the actor already canceled Vaxxed (trailer) at Tribeca, his film festival, but it isn’t too late. Vaxxed [played] in New York at the Angelika Theater (through April 21). It’s going to travel. The demand for it is great.
Again, watch De Niro’s interview.
So let me now broach the wider subject of medically caused death and damage, because the background is essential to understanding the medical edifice, and why the media, at the deepest level, must remain silent.
“If instead of drugs like warfarin, dabigatran, levofloxacin, carboplatin, and lisinopril (the five leading killers in the FDA database), the massive numbers of deaths per year were led by gingko, ginseng, vitamin D, niacin, and raw milk, what do you think would happen?
“I’ll tell you what would happen. SEALS, Delta Force, SWAT teams, snipers, predator drones, tanks, and infantry would be attacking every health-food store in America. The resulting fatalities would be written off as necessary collateral damage in the fight to keep America safe and healthy.” (Why the FDA should be charged with murder, Jon Rappoport)
I know major media won’t reveal medically-caused death numbers, because I’ve published reports for years, and I’ve contacted news people with the facts; and nothing happens.
So we begin with a few citations.
July 26, 2000, Journal of the American Medical Association; author, Dr. Barbara Starfield, revered public health expert at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health; “Is US health really the best in the world?”
Starfield reported that the US medical system kills 225,000 Americans a year. 106,000 as a result of FDA-approved medical drugs, and 119,000 as a result of mistreatment and errors in hospitals. Extrapolate the numbers to a decade: that’s 2.25 million deaths. You might want to read that last number again.
I interviewed Starfield in 2009. I asked her whether she was aware of any overall effort by the US government to eliminate this holocaust, and whether she had ever been contacted by any government agency to consult on such an effort. She answered a resounding no to both questions.
Here is another citation: BMJ June 7, 2012 (BMJ 2012:344:e3989). Author, Jeanne Lenzer. Lenzer refers to a report by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices: “It calculated that in 2011 prescription drugs were associated with two to four million people in the US experiencing ‘serious, disabling, or fatal injuries, including 128,000 deaths.’”
The report called this “one of the most significant perils to humans resulting from human activity.”
The report was compiled by outside researchers who went into the FDA’s own database of “serious adverse [medical-drug] events.”
Therefore, to say the FDA isn’t aware of this finding would be absurd. The FDA knows. The FDA knows and it isn’t saying anything about it, because the FDA certifies, as safe and effective, all the medical drugs that are routinely maiming and killing Americans.
Previously, I have documented that the FDA knows; because the FDA had, until recently, a page on its own website that admits 100,000 people are killed every year by medical drugs, and two million more people are severely injured by the drugs. A few months ago, the page was removed.
Why won’t major media report these facts?
The obvious reason: their big-spending pharmaceutical advertisers would drop them like hot potatoes.
But there are other reasons.
Every medical bureaucrat or medical shill or medical expert who jumps aboard the media train, to assure the public that drugs and vaccines are remarkably safe, is sitting on the time bomb I have described above.
This is a key, key fact. If this bomb were widely recognized, who would continue to believe these professional liars? Who would accept anything they say? How could they possibly sustain their credibility?
“Well, the system I represent kills 2.25 million people per decade, and maims between 20 and 40 million more people per decade, but I want to assure you this vaccine presents no problems at all. It’s incredibly safe.”
It would be on the order of Joseph Stalin, who sent 20-40 million people to their deaths, stating that hard work in harsh conditions improved general health.
Every single pronouncement, on any subject, issued via the medical cartel’s Ministry of Truth would fall on disbelieving ears, and only increase general outrage.
The assuring attitudes of its professional representatives would immediately be taken as rank fraud of the worst kind.
And this would just be the beginning of the trouble.
Mainstream reporters and editors and publishers are well aware that telling the truth and continuing to pound on it would do great damage to the whole medical system. The fact that the damage is deserved is beside the point. Undermining a basic institution of society is not on the media’s calendar.
The media are there to give credibility to society and its structures. That’s why they’re called “major” instead of “minor.”
When hard rains fall, the media are there with an umbrella to hold over organized society’s head. To walk away in the middle of a downpour would leave the status quo unprotected.
“Defending the Crown” is another way to put it. The King may make mistakes, he may commit heinous offenses, but he is the King, and therefore his position must remain secure.
Young journalists learn this point quickly. If in their zeal, they cross the threshold and attempt to expose a central myth, fairy tale, legend, they’re put back in their place. They absorb the message. Journalism has limits. Certain truths are silent truths.
Over the years, I’ve talked to reporters who are solidly addicted to obfuscations. Like any addict, they have an army of excuses to rationalize their behavior. They’re all attitude. They snarl and grouse if you push them too far. They assert their position, as if they own their territory, as if they’ve earned their titles.
They remind me of drunks with significant bank accounts. They’re not winos drifting in alleys. Oh no. They imbibe the good stuff. They take pride in that.
The medical experts are worse. Their pretense of idealism knows no limits, and is matched only by their claim to bullet-proof knowledge. They resemble elite new anchors, who above all learn superior acting skills. The central mission of both professionals: sound and appear utterly convincing.
What would you do if you were an actor working in a major Broadway production, along with several actors who were, in real life, murderers? Every night you go out on the boards and do your turns, and you know the play is, in a real sense, a cover for the terrible deeds your partners are committing.
I can tell you what news anchors and reporters do in that situation. They polish their performance, hoping to establish such a high degree of credibility that the secrets they conceal will never be suspected, or God forbid, exposed.
When you peel the veneer away, they are enablers, persons of interest, co-conspirators.
There is nothing quite like a high-minded, socially-positioned, card-carrying member of the King’s circle of protectors. The arrogance is titanic. Because what is being protected is so explosive.
225,000 deaths a year at the hands of modern medicine. Two to four million maimings. 2.25 million deaths per decade. The Crown is responsible. The Crown commits these crimes.
And yet it is the duty of the Crown to make his subjects feel safe and protected and even loved.
No wonder he needs such a large army of trained helpers in and around the press.
He has them.
But their monopoly is breaking down.
We’re at the beginning of a new breakout level of truth.
Copyright © Jon Rappoport. All Rights Reserved.
The author of three explosive collections, The Matrix Revealed, Exit from the Matrix and Power Outside the Matrix, Jon Rappoport was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for thirty years, writing articles on politics, medicine and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, SPIN Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at www.nomorefakenews.com. To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit from the Matrix, click here.
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5. Reveal Your Life's Purpose by Asking These 15 Questions
You came here for a reason, didn’t you?
You can feel it in the depths of your being.
Your life is inconceivably meaningful. You arrived on Earth for a purpose. What that purpose is you have to uncover (and create) yourself. It’s an epic quest from cradle to grave, and that’s what makes life worth living.
There is a deep yearning within everyone for that deep-seated sense of purpose. When people know what it is, they become an unstoppable force. Absolutely nothing can stand between them and the manifestation of their destiny.
How do you reveal your life’s purpose? I can’t tell you exactly how, as it’s incredibly distinct from person-to-person, but I can provide you with the tools for you to guide yourself along your journey. And your purpose isn’t static either. It may very well change and evolve throughout the course of your life. Heraclitus hit the nail on the head when he said “No man steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.”
Ask … And you shall receive …
Here are 15 questions to ask yourself, which will set you in the direction of your life’s purpose:
1. What gives me energy?
Activities that align with your purpose will energize you. On the other hand, activities that don’t resonate with your essence will drain you. Be aware and use your energy level as a guide.
2. What excites me?
This is a better question than the lukewarm “What am I passionate about?” Excitement is easily discernible for anyone. And the funny thing is that you find out what you’re passionate about simply by being mindful of what excites you.
“The question you should be asking isn’t, ‘What do I want?’ or ‘What are my goals?, but ‘What would excite me?’” —Tim Ferriss
3. What kind of ideas come to me in the shower?
The shower is probably the most relaxing part of your day-to-day life. Inspiration strikes when you’re relaxed, as that’s when you’re most receptive. So be aware of what kind of inspiration comes to you while you’re gettin’ so fresh and so clean.
4. What kind of things do people always ask me about?
What kind of advice do others seek from you? This is indicative of the value you can potentially provide to the world at large.
5. What kind of conversations do I have with those closest to me?
What subject matter do you immerse yourself in with loved ones? What information do you share with the people you care about most? What do you talk about when you’re being your true self?
6. What do I do with my free time?
Actions dictate where priorities lie.
7. What topics do I regularly read about?
An obvious way to shine light on your biggest interests.
8. What recurring dreams do I have?
The themes of your dreams will reveal a lot about your subconsciousness. Search the meaning of dreams to get a better grasp on the esoteric wisdom being conveyed.
9. During which experiences in my life have I felt the most alive?
A different spin on following your excitement.
10. What unique interests, or abilities, did I have as a young child?
If your memory is fuzzy, ask your parents for more clarity. This question will reveal a lot about your inherent abilities and your interests prior to societal conditioning.
11. What would I be doing if money were no object?
12. What would I be doing if I absolutely, 100%, did not care about what other people think?
Like the question about money, it’s important to ask yourself what you would be doing if there were no limitations. If you were completely free, what would you do?
13. What is on my bucket list?
What is most important to you? What things, when achieved, will create that deep sense of fulfillment within you? These will most certainly guide you toward your purpose.
14. What topics can I blend together to create my own unique niche?
How can you commix multiple subjects to create your own unique mosaic of life? A great example that James Altucher used was someone who loves both basketball and statistics. If they don’t make it to the NBA (which will be the vast majority of people), they can blend their interests of basketball and statistics to create their own unique amalgamation of mastery.
15. If I were to write a short (1-2 sentence) “About Me,” describing the ideal version of myself, what would it be?
I’ve been asking myself these questions repeatedly for some time now. What have they revealed so far? Well, all signs point to writing and poetry being a major part of my life purpose (for this chapter of my life, at least). Why? Because I’m fascinated by the intricacies of the English language. I also have a sick obsession with super-lyrical hip-hop and a burning desire to read, like all of the books in the world are about to get the Library of Alexandria treatment. Plus, the act of writing itself excites me. That’s why I’m able to practice every day, sparking new ideas and catalyzing continuous improvement. Combine that with my vast array of additional interests (health, fitness, spirituality, meditation, philosophy, psychology, self-improvement, history, lifehacking, hiking, travel and cooking, to name a few) and I have a staggering stockpile of raw material to distill into digestible poetry and prose. I figured out that everything I enjoy “absorbing” contributes to the skill of writing. So that’s why I do what I do.
Consistently ask yourself these revelatory questions and you will uncover your life purpose, as well as help bring it to fruition.
With more power than your mind conceives
You came here for a reason
You are a healer, believe
Earth is calling for a new season
Instate this miraculous age
Create a spectacular page
In the book of love and life
Lightheartedly rise above the strife
For your essence is essential
Please, step into your true potential
Have fun on your quest called life.
Copyright © Stephen Parato. All Rights Reserved.
Stephen Parato is an intuitive coach, reiki practitioner, English teacher and contributing writer to many popular websites. Visit his website at www.feelingoodfeelingreat.com.
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