Saturday, April 22, 2017

God v. Science

With a very Christian Vice President who doesn't believe in science, according to a recent video by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, wielding so much power over the future of science in the United States, today is the perfect day to address the battle between Science and Religion. Our organization can end the conflict by bridging the two sides.

We are not judging Mike Pense's religious beliefs nor Neil DeGrasse Tyson's scientific beliefs, although we believe both men's perspectives are limited. If you read the Bible as an historical document, you can run into problems. It was meant as allegory, and if you read it as such, it opens many doors to understandings that are valid today. When you talk of an infinite universe, you can imagine that your perspective is wide, but that is not necessarily so.

In "A Manual for Peace," Seth tells us that our perspective of reality is like holding a piece of paper with a pin hole in it at arm's length and attempting to perceive what is on the other side of the paper. That is how little we know of reality.

Scientists believe the universe is infinite, but that is in time and space, but there is also a universe within a universe, and that is also infinite. In fact, we have a booklet, "The Prime Universe Speaks," by the Prime Universe, who tells us what is at the end of mankind's evolution. No scientist probably ever imagined what was at the end of mankind's evolution, and how many Conservative Christians even believe in evolution?

No one has all the answers. No one is all right or all wrong. What is ironic is that Science and Religion say the same thing but just in a different language, and each explains difficult concepts so if you bring them together, you can understand the larger picture better. You get a bigger picture of what is on the other side of the paper.

In "We Are One," Seth explains the Unified Field Theory, which is the scientific name for God. It has been considered the Holy Grail of Science and Mathematics, and brilliant scientists, including Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, didn't find it while spiritual people have always known that the Universe is sentient and its name is God. Her name is Lady Gaia, and she is one of our guides, too. She is Earth Mother and Universe Mother.

And what is remarkable, that sentient God is willing to answer questions posed by the mathematicians and cosmologists at Oxford University as part of our Oxford and Stonehenge event, which is part of our Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal. We will bring in Islam, too, and if you look at the history of Islam, you will see they are scientific and very progressive related to mathematics.