Anugyan speaks of the creation of his first Novella in a series of seven, just recently published in the UK.
Closing monologue by Zach Bush, MD from a talk with Rich Roll (RRP #414). Published on January 10, 2019.
Even after decades, the image of the pale blue dot, our planet Earth in space, remains an important image in our collective memory. (Footage with Carl Sagan’s words.)
“My suggestion is that a black hole is like a door: from one side it is a black door, a black hole – things go into it and disappear into nothingness,” says Osho.
“We dreamed up the Earth game as an experiment in separation from our divine source, to feel what it would be like, to see what it could teach us, and to experience the exhilaration of awakening within the dream, says Jeff Street. Published on Wake Up World on February 3, 2017.
Maneesha has asked:
Our beloved Master,
Those diamond thunderbolts you hurtle around you when you dance with us each evening – at the rate we’re going, someone could be knocked conscious!
But please, don’t stop!
Keerti writes that our sensitivity is a door to our inner being and the outer universe. Published in The Asian Age on March 18, 2019.
A new map of the night sky charts hundreds of thousands of previously unknown galaxies discovered by using a telescope that can detect light sources optical instruments cannot see. Published on SOTT/AFP on February 20, 2019.
Prof Stephen Hawking’s final research paper suggests that our Universe may be one of many similar to our own, writes Pallab Ghosh on BBC News. Published on May 2, 2018.
Osho says, “The actual birth takes place on the day when the foetus is conceived in the mother’s womb.” From ‘Hidden Mysteries’, Ch 5, Part 3 of 6.
“Cosmic chemistry says that the entire cosmos is a body. Nothing in it stands apart, all things are joined together,” states Osho. From ‘Hidden Mysteries’, Ch 5, Part 2 of 6.
“Always remember, the universe is unknowable, absolutely, because it is alive. Analysis kills,” states Osho.
A question that is being raised again and again is, “Are we the only living things in the universe?” The Fermi Paradox explained in simple terms in this animated video.
As essay by Iam Saums; “Energy is not produced from what we do, it is created by who we are. Energy is our soul’s currency.”
An excerpt from a recently uncovered 11-page essay by Sir Winston Churchill about the search for alien life.
Osho states, “You may not be aware, but within the last hundred years scientists have discovered that there must be at least fifty thousand planets in the universe on which there may be life.”
Article 50 (last of the series): As far as we know, it is for the first time in the 13,8 billion years of the history of our universe, that through a Life’s form the Universe is becoming aware of itself and we are that Life’s form.
Article 47: It may take a couple of ‘weeks’, but there will be a new glacial period, Betelgeuse will explode in a supernova, the coral reef ecosystems will recover and the widening East African Rift valley will be flooded by the Red Sea.
“So if this earth disappears, people will be moving to different planets according to their growth, according to whatever is needed for them to grow more,” says Osho.
Article 40: We have seen by now how the universe created man. No, nothing mentioned in the earlier contributions can be left out! Everything is needed for that one little girl, for that one boy, for every one of us.
You may not be aware, but within the last hundred years scientists have discovered that there must be at least fifty thousand planets in the universe on which there may be life.
Part 10: And the gold and the silver in the ring around your finger or in your neckless, have also been ‘cooked’ in a supernova explosion.
Part 9: Almost 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium and phosphorus: they are all ‘cooked’ in the stars!
Part 8: “The Sun and the Earth formed about four and a half billion years ago, when I was 37 ‘Milky Way years’ old. A solar system forms relatively quickly and ours probably took only about 100 million years.
Part 7: The universe is not only ‘big in space’, it’s ‘big in time’ as well. Consequently, studying the universe makes us travel both space and time.
Part 6: From a few millionths of a second after the Big Bang onwards, the chronology of the development of the universe is being studied, understood and mapped by modern physics.
Part 5: According to the dissident Cyclic Universe theory, the Big Bang was not the beginning of time, but the bridge to a past, filled with endlessly repeating cycles of evolution.
Part 4: The Big Bang theory is the prevailing cosmological model of the birth and the expansion of the universe. However, it still is a challenge to modern cosmology to understand that very first ‘lilliputian moment’ of birth.
Part 2. Photographed from a far away vantage point, the Earth might not seem of any particular interest. But for us, it’s different. That pale blue dot, that’s here, that’s us, that’s home.
Part 1: Like messages in a bottle, stones can tell us wonderful stories. They whisper of the mysteries of deep time and deep space and introduce us into our own Big History.
Quantum equation predicts the universe has no beginning, writes Lisa Zyga on Phys Org, February 6, 2015
Study on human purpose and creation of complexity by Clemson University, USA, published by Science Daily on January 23, 2015.
Q: You said the other day that no one is interested any more in questions like “who created the universe?” but a recent edition of ‘Time Magazine’ devoted considerable space to an article entitled “In the Beginning: God and Science.”
Shanti reflects on the universe and its amazing work to produce us, encourages us to participate in this gift of life and ultimately to wake up.
Ellie Zolfagharifard in the Daily Mail on December 12, 2013 explains how a team of Japanese physicists has provided some of the clearest evidence yet that our Universe could be just one big projection.
David Christian is a historian of Russia and the Soviet Union, and since the 1980s has become interested in world history on very large scales.
In 1996, directing the Hubble space telescope to a point in the sky that seemed utterly empty, close to the Big Dipper, resulted in the discovery of the light of over 3000 galaxies, each one containing hundreds of billions of stars.
“God is unnecessary – or at best redundant,” writes theoretical physicist Dr. Lawrence M. Krauss in the bestselling science book, “A Universe from Nothing”.
Here’s something to challenge the average attention span: allow yourself a little more than 15 minutes to watch this absorbing presentation clearly lining out that we are all one.
Reputed violinist Daniel Hope sees a link between science and music and is inspired by the movements of the planets.
Astronomers said on 11.1.2012 they had observed the largest structure yet seen in the cosmos, a cluster of galaxies from the early Universe that spans an astonishing four billion light years.