The Secular, Scientific Case for Survival After Death
A scientific revolution has taken place since this booklet was first published in 1983. The great scientific breakthrough really started in 1933 when Pauli predicted that there may well be particles in the atom other than the proton, neutron and electron. This was the same year that Sir Oliver Lodge published his article in The Queen's Hospital Annual (Birmingham) - 'The Mode of Future Existence' - linking the subject of survival after death with the scientific discipline of subatomic physics - the study of the invisible part of the universe.
In 1956 a ghost-like particle called the neutrino was discovered that passed effortlessly through matter. At last a rational explanation started to evolve in order to account for all the ghost stories down through the centuries. Many physicists started to look seriously at the seemingly outrageous claims put forward by Sir William Crookes in 1874. His experiments proved that there are people living in the invisible part of the universe. They showed that we all posses two bodies while we are on Earth, one we see called the physical body and one containing the mind that we are unable to see or feel with our physical senses. This is because the subatomic particles that make up the second body are so minute they are completely out of range of what we see and sense in our physical universe. The stumbling block has always been the building blocks of this second body, sometimes called the soul or spirit body.
These elusive building blocks of this etheric body and the vast universe that it operates in after it breaks from the physical body were discovered by the Derbyshire scientist Ronald D. Pearson in 1988. His papers have been peer-refereed and published by physicists in Russia and the USA:
An Alternative to Relativity Including Gravitation By Ronald D. Pearson
Published by The Russian Academy of Sciences: St. Petersburg 1993. Series:
'The Universe Investigation Problems' issue 16.
Space and Time Problems in Modern Natural Science (Based on papers of the Second International Conference) Part 11
Quantum Gravitation and the Structured Ether By R. D. Pearson
Published by The Russian Academy of Sciences: St. Petersburg 1994 following The Sir Isaac Newton International Conference.
Consciousness as a Sub-Quantum Phenomena By Ronald D. Pearson
Published in Frontier Perspectives, the magazine of The Center for Frontier Perspectives at Temple University. Volume 6, Number 2. Spring/Summer 1997
On 13th December 1981 in the Sunday Times their science correspondent reported that physicists could have been wrong for forty years about the make-up of the universe. It appears that nine-tenths of the universe could consist of invisible mass. When we look through a telescope at our galaxy, the Milky Way, or at a distant, we are only seeing one-tenth of the stars or mass. The motion of distant galaxies and the stars in them can only be accounted for under the laws of gravity it there is far more mass associated with each galaxy than there is in the visible stars that comprise it.
The paradox here is that this discovery proves the ancient prophets were not all that wide of the mark. The terrible mistake they made was to think they were in touch with God or the gods. We now know they were only speaking to people who once lived on earth, some good people, hence the many high ethical teachings contained in 'holy' books, but unfortunately they were also in touch with people who were just as prejudiced or confused as when they were on earth. Joan of Arc is a good example. She was in touch with French patriots in the next world who told her how to get rid of the hated English.
The implications of this wonderful discovery are awe-inspiring. By far the most important development, when this knowledge begins to dawn on more people, will be the dramatic effect it will have on everyone's behaviour. People will quickly realize that our short stay on earth is for one purpose only, to learn lessons and therefore develop our character; that we are accountable for every single thought and action; as we sow, so shall we reap. Our environment in the next world depends on how we have behaved in this world. Dying is as natural as being born, we all pass into the same world whether we like it or not. There is no special place reserved for Christians or members of any other sect. There are no social strata or racial barriers. All graduate to the level we have earned by the development of our characters. (This passage was underlined by Professor Salam when he returned my work.)
Other far more illustrious pens than mine have written many books on this subject. The purpose of writing my paper 'The Suppression of Knowledge' is not to try and convert anybody, but to bring to people's attention the existence of this knowledge. To accept or reject a theory about anything, whether it is scientific, religious or political, is the ultimate in freedom. But what I do care very deeply about is that everyone should have the opportunity to accept or reject the findings of scientists.
From the facts presented in my paper, it is obvious that powerful people with vested interests are still stopping this information from being freely available to the majority of people.
Related material on this site:
The Mode of Future Existence - 1933 Lecture by Sir Oliver Lodge FRS (1851-1940)
This article is censored from all large-circulation papers and magazines throughout the world because it links the subject of survival after death with the scientific discipline of subatomic physics - the study of the invisible part of the universe.
"Consciousness as a Sub-quantum Phenomenon" - Ronald Pearson's paper
Published in the journal Frontier Perspectives, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA. Volume 6. No. 2, Spring/Summer 1997 (pp70-78). ISSN: 1062-4767