"These huge explosions, quasars, that can be seen in the picture are the result of a primordial gas exploding and creating a new galaxy.
The gas must be coming from the spiritual part of the universe that Sir William Crookes discovered in 1874 following repeatable experiments under laboratory conditions and the results published in The Quarterly Journal of Science – 140 years ago exactly."
Professor Vlatko Vedral
The lecture was attended by Ron Pearson who wrote to Professor Vedral about his lecture.
E-mail from Ron Pearson to Vlatco Vedral (April 21, 2013)
In his e-mail, Ron Pearson writes:
November 2013: Ron Pearson has so far not received a reply from Vlatco Vedral. This is a pity, as Ron was offering Vedral a solution to his question.
The solution is Survival Physics, and was published in the October 2005 edition of the SPR magazine Paranormal Review.
Ron Pearson began work on Survival Physics in 1987, as an attempt to solve a major problem of the big bang, by which it is still invalidated: The big bang theory predicts a rate of expansion of the universe that is a billion multiplied by itself 13 times too high!
(That is: 1000,000,000 x 1000,000,000 x this number again and again for a total of 13 multiplications – That many times too high!)
Ron Pearson's solution shows that an ultimate reality must exist, having the properties of self-creation and self-organisation. This then provides all the information needed to create the illusions of matter and the etheric worlds - so providing an answer to the question posed to Vlatco Vedral regarding the source of information he postulates.
Furthermore, Ron Pearson's solution predicted the accelerating expansion of the universe before its discovery in 1998, first in Russia in 1993, and later in the Spring/Summer edition of Frontier Perspectives 1997 under the title 'Consciousness as a Sub-Quantum Phenomenon'.
It is worth noting that cosmologists assume the acceleration to be caused by something they call 'Dark Energy'. However, they admit this is a complete mystery and search for clues by studying, using five satellites at great expense, the cosmic background radiation of the universe.
What they have not yet realised is that what they are seeing is the ultimate reality.
Articles by Ron Pearson
"How right you were when you made that statement that the greatest breakthrough will come via physics and not psychology."
In this exceptional book, Johnson offers a factual and comprehensive study of historical events that followed the founding of a little-known “Jesus Sect” and the countless atrocities committed in the name of Christianity.
“During these two millennia Christianity has, perhaps, proved more influential in shaping human destiny than any other institutional philosophy, but there are now signs that its period of predominance is drawing to a close, thereby inviting a retrospect and a balance sheet.”
A whole generation of scientists have been brought up following Carl Sagan’s materialistic model of the universe. This has recently been made very clear by the incredible television coverage that has been given to the astrophysicist Professor Brian Cox. On one of his programmes he even held up his copy of ‘Cosmos’.
The theme of Carl Sagan’s thirteen-part television series is that if only we had been following the great Greek scientists and not the religious fanatics who plunged the known world into the Dark Ages, we would have got to the moon in the tenth century. I am 100% with him on this. However, Sagan puts the blame for this disaster squarely on the shoulders of Pythagoras, Socrates, and Plato. He looks at the camera and almost spits it out, “They were mystics!” In other words they were on our side, starting from the correct scientific base that we all possess a soul that separates from the dead physical body.
"All the hard work has already been done but suppressed. All we have to do is just point people in the direction of two philosophical giants, Thomas Paine and Arthur Findlay, the most valuable Scotsman ever."
Sam Parnia, MD, PhD is founder and director of the Human Consciousness Project at the University of Southampton, England, and Director of Resuscitation Research at Stony Brook University School of Medicine.
From the article by Tim Adams:
The Lazarus Effect is nothing short of an attempt to recast our understanding of death, based on Parnia's intimate knowledge of the newly porous nature of the previously "undiscovered country from which no traveller returns". His work in resuscitation has led him logically to wider questions of what constitutes being and not being. In particular, he asks what exactly happens, if you are lying dead before resuscitation, to your individual self and all its attendant character and memories – your "soul", as he is not shy to call it – before it is eventually restored to you a few hours later?
This article in The Observer is significant, as it would appear to confirm that Sam Parnia is getting more support for his work on the scientific study of consciousness now he is in the USA than he got in England. Not so long ago, if this non-religious man had dared to support the idea that we have a soul, he would have been viciously attacked by an army of “experts”, led by the psychologists Blackmore, French, and Wiseman. These “experts” have declared war on the Greek source of their word: Psyche = Soul. Their reputations stand on their materialistic position that life ends with the death of the physical body. This is quite simply false, as we all possess a soul that survives the death of our physical bodies. More and more people are now coming to accept this as scientific fact.
As Sam Parnia says, people do not so much have a “near-death experience” as a death experience.
The truth is now being told about Alfred Russel Wallace. To coincide with the centenary of Alfred Russel Wallace's death, BBC Two is broadcasting a two-part documentary about the co-originator of the theory of evolution. Bill Bailey's Jungle Hero is devised and presented by comedian Bill Bailey.
This broadcast should now lead to journalists to also tell the truth about Sir Oliver Lodge: That Lodge was the first person to send a radio signal, in 1894.
Both these great scientists have been written out of our history books because they both committed the same “crime”: they made a careful study of survival after death as something that is natural and normal, a branch of physics, chemistry, and mathematics.
It will be impossible to block uncomfortable discoveries in subatomic physics for much longer.
"I feel the same (…) about the difficulty of informing people that death is going to another place and that all this fervour for religions or materialisms of various forms is nonsense."
He was an insightful researcher of afterlife phenomena:
"Perhaps because I'm a crabby cynical nonagenarian I have a feeling that these self-proclaimed skeptics know from all their involvement in psychic matters that we are right, but their incomes and pensions depend on continuing to substantiate orthodoxy as long as possible." (April 8, 2013)
"Sorry Ron, the Church has moved much further away from Jesus in the last few years, not closer."
"I am very sorry to hear that there are no plans to stop our children being brainwashed with supernatural religious absurdities in so-called Faith schools."
"It is now time to give people a scientific balance on mainstream media and educational outlets: Newton or Einstein?"
"It will be impossible for our leaders and teachers to deceive people for much longer."
"Everybody who has made a careful study of life after death knows very well that (…) our pioneers of radio and television (…) were linking the subject of survival after death with subatomic physics."
"It is now time that Thomas Paine’s masterpiece ‘The Age of Reason’ (1794) was introduced in all our schools in order to give children a balance."
From PressGazette (June 20, 2013):
”The Daily Mail has agreed to pay TV psychic Sally Morgan £125,000 in damages as well as legal costs over a 2011 story which accused her of being a charlatan.
[Her solicitor Graham Atkins] said the allegation Morgan had cheated her audience was "completely false and defamatory of her" and had caused her "enormous distress". The Daily Mail has now accepted the allegation was untrue, he said, and agreed to pay "substantial damages" and libel costs.
Legal costs are likely to be substantial in view of the fact that the case [is] on the brink of going to a three-week trial which had been set to start this month.”
This is an extremely important precedent, as it will have far-reaching consequences in the way skeptics use derogatory language against specific mediums. Now, if anyone claims or imputes that a specific genuine medium is a fraud, the medium could sue for defamation.
This is good news if it means that anyone who would, for example, accuse scientists recording afterlife phenomena as merely performing "simple conjuring tricks" will perhaps think again before repeating such remarks.
It remains to be seen what, in future, will be the reaction to anyone asserting that, for example, ”all mediums are frauds”.
We appear to have come a long way since the trial and subsequent incarceration of the materialisation medium Helen Duncan in 1944 under the 1735 Witchcraft Act.