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Great Naturalist Censored for Reading Survival After Death as a Branch of Physics

by Michael Roll

In order to find out just how badly we are all being deceived by our leaders and teachers it is very important to look up Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913) in the Encyclopaedia Britannica. The 1960 publication, not the later doctored versions.

This great British naturalist - the holder of the Order of Merit - originated the theory of natural selection, the survival of the fittest and the origin of species. Wallace and Darwin presented their joint paper at the Linnean Society on July 1st 1858. The sole reason why Wallace has been written out of our history books is because he dared to tell the truth. He agreed with the findings of Sir William Crookes FRS that no scientific paper can be complete without taking into account the forces of nature that are normally out of range of our five physical senses. Wallace, just the same as all the pioneers of subatomic physics, has the emotive label of "Spiritualist" tagged onto his name. This in spite of the fact that he made it very clear that his work had no connection with revealed religion. Spiritualism is an officially recognised one-god religion.

At the end of the nineteenth century the word "spiritualist" was used by scientists who parted company from their colleagues who were adamant that death is the end of everything. Gradually over the years the powerful establishment propaganda machine has managed to destroy the word spiritualism. This has been so successful that whenever the public are confronted with the word spiritualism, the word "nutter" springs up like a cash register. This is Nazi-type propaganda that Dr. Goebbels himself would be very proud of. It is also the same trick the Nazis used when rubbing out anybody who was a danger to them. They did not go from house to house killing people, they rounded up all the opposition and put them in one place to be destroyed. This is what those with a great deal to lose from the truth have done to all scientists and philosophers who said that the subject of survival after death is nothing to do with religion, but everything to do with natural forces in the universe - physics.

Alfred Russel Wallace, Sir William Crookes, Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle MD and many others have all been destroyed by the great lie that they were "dabbling in the religion of Spiritualism". Nothing could be further from the truth.

One outrageous lie after another is being floated in order to deceive the public. For example, we have been told that it was the Italian Marconi who invented radio when in fact it was the English scientist Sir Oliver Lodge. He sent a wireless signal one year before Marconi. The President of the Royal Society has recently unveiled a plaque in the Museum Lecture Theatre at Oxford University on the very spot where this happened.

The CD-ROM Multimedia Encyclopeadia has floated the lie that Sir Oliver Lodge proved that the ether does not exist "a discovery fundamental to the theory of relativity".

For goodness sake, Sir Oliver published his book 'Ether and Reality' (Hodder & Stoughton) in 1925! There was no greater advocate of Christiaan Huygen's Theory of the Ether than Sir Oliver Lodge. It is Einstein who is guilty of wiping out the ether, the greatest scientific tragedy of the 20th century. He robbed the world of the realm of "spirit" - the part of the universe made up of much finer material than our physical matter.

It is now obvious that we should have been following the great Greek scientists and philosophers who taught survival after death, then nobody would have been killed in any crazy religious squabbles. Pythagoras, Socrates and Plato were all adamant that there is a huge universe that we cannot normally see and sense. The English scientist Ronald Pearson has discovered this invisible universe that we all graduate to after our short stay on planet earth. He has completely vindicated the work of Wallace, Crookes, Lodge etc.

No wonder the religionists and materialists have joined forces in a last-ditch desperate attempt to make sure Ronald Pearson's discoveries in subatomic physics never come to the attention of millions of people. Sir Isaac Newton discovered that Gravity exists, Ronald Pearson has discovered what this mysterious force is. His paper 'Quantum Gravitation and the Structured Ether' has been peer-refereed and published by the Russian Academy of Sciences following the Sir Isaac Newton Conference that was held in 1993.

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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.

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(from an interview with Wallace published posthumously in 1913).