Saturday, 14 February 2015


Professor Kater Murch (above) has found that by knowing the future of a cat, its life in the past is altered.

Professor Kater Murch, at Washington University, has found that by knowing the future outcome of a particle, its state in the past is altered.

Things are made out of tiny 'particles'.

According to the scientists, when you come a cross a 'particle' it does not have a 'fixed state' - until your mind decides what its 'fixed state' will be.

In other words, if you come across Mr Schrödinger's cat lying very still on the grass, the cat is neither dead nor alive - until your mind decides what its 'fixed state' will be.

Let us imagine that you have a very strong feeling that the cat will be alive and well next year.

Then the cat is currently not dead.

The future has affected the present.

dailymail - Can the past change the FUTURE?

Christians believe that things go better when you tune into the Holy Spirit.

The Taoists would call the Holy Spirit the Tao.

When you are tuned in, the cat is not dead.

What are the essentials of Taoism?

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Some Taoists and Christians and others believe that bliss can be achieved when:

1. You believe that, when tuned in, life works out for the best.

2. You are compassionate

3. You are moderate (Avoid extremes)

4. You are humble (The selfish ego is switched off)

4. Everything is in balance

5. Being tuned into the Holy Spirit or the Tao or whatever you want to call it, you go with the flow (You are not battling against the Holy Spirit or Tau)

6. You avoid the use of force; you avoid pitting your will against the universe.

Eventually the cat will die, but it will continue in the Spirit.


  1. A Christian must be (2) and (4), but he/she is the direct opposite of all the others. A Chriistian bears witness to the Truth, even if the consequence is the Cross. Jesus never sought comfort or balance, and He counselled His followers, "Follow me."

    1. The Crucifiction story may be as fictional as the Nativity story.

      The REAL Jesus would agree with all the points, 1-6.

      - Aangirfan

  2. 'The cat's alive'. Fascinating stuff. I'm aware that particles change when viewed but to assume 'time could run(s) both backwards and forwards' and 'If this proves true...'

    This could have scientific or metaphysical validity but contradicts a Biblical perspective. Even Calvinist’s would bulk, believing the future was set at creation and is unchangeable due to God's absolute foreknowledge. Open theism on the other hand...

    According to an open view of God/the future - even if particles can change the past or future - this wouldn't take away the freedom for other possible directions and outcomes. Choices, more or less but nevertheless choice... (until – God knows – a certain point).

    Changing the future (beyond whatever might influence us) is impossible if the future is partly settled. God doesn't know the unknowable and neither can we 'decide(s) what its 'fixed state' will be'. Unless we make something happen... not see what will - or must - happen except what we can reasonably or confidently predict. Hence, prophetically we can speak out alongside God's will and see the future imagined. Best if we get wrapped up in the Holy Spirit. 'The Prophetic Imagination' (Walter Brueggemann) might be wise primer for some fresh thinking. Keep the fires burning dear Aangirfan.


  3. Excuse the grammatics. 'Calvinists' not ...t's.

    Do the NWO luciferian-illuminati demonic drivers believe in an open or closed future? Can we surmise? Do they have a divergence of views? Could we please comment? And what about Calvinism – what part does post-Augustine thinking play?


    1. Yes of course they do, hence why they wish to make the battle seem insurmountable to us. It aint.

      That last bit was a grammar test - social etiquette dictates it is rude to correct someones grammar in public.

    2. Thanks, and there's other spelling mistakes in my writing. I wouldn't correct another although previously the above contained a 'Mail Online' link ('Can the past be changed') but that's dice-appeared. I corrected this: 'This suggests that time could runS both backwards and forwards'.

      Do we 'know' they believe this? They might want us to believe, rewrite themselves and their plans into religious texts and generally do their lesser (“it is”) magic.

      What would the prophets say? (Back to Brueggemann). Where are the prophetic voices today? We all have candidates. The church? Alex J counts and a handful of guests. Outside church? (yes, no?) PCR, Katherine Albright, Chris Hedges, Rosa Koire, Gerald Celente, Ron Paul, Aangirfan, Tap...

      How we speak or write can have prophetic edge (be prophetic). We can, and do, collaborate with God. Aangirfan's difference in thinking from me doesn't dissuade God from passionately desiring to engage with us as we align ourselves with light, love and justice – openness. Jesus like


  4. Suggest reading "Digging up the Dog" which explains that Gurdjieff's "esoteric Christianity" was really Pythagorian and Neoplatinism under cover.

    And very probably Christianity ALWAYS WAS under cover. The Secret Gospel of Mark is pure Greek esotericism, "Lazerus" wasn't raised from the dead, he was initiated!

  5. Most modern physics is pure mystification, a guise for Kaballasistic black magic. Schrödinger Cat is nothing more than a rehash of the Lucuferian Will as the controller of Reality. The Magicians Trick. Of course it is absurd in any qualitative sense to suggest the Cats existence depends on our will. Suppose I decide you are not alive, or a child is not alive? The emphasis on particles is the fallacy of defining a whole by the sum of its parts. Any one connected to life, and the mystery of Creation, knows intuitively that Shordingers Cat does not speak to the mystery of conscioussnes which does not depend on will at all.

  6. When thoughts arise, then do all things arise. When thoughts vanish, then do all things vanish. - Huang Po

  7. There is a Taoist story of an old farmer who had worked his crops for many years. One day his horse ran away. Upon hearing the news, his neighbors came to visit. "Such bad luck," they said sympathetically. "We'll see," the farmer replied.

    The next morning the horse returned, bringing with it three other wild horses. "How wonderful," the neighbors exclaimed. "We'll see," replied the old man.

    The following day, his son tried to ride one of the untamed horses, was thrown, and broke his leg. The neighbors again came to offer their sympathy on his misfortune. "We'll see," answered the farmer.

    The day after, military officials came to the village to draft young men into the army. Seeing that the son's leg was broken, they passed him by. The neighbors congratulated the farmer on how well things had turned out. "We'll see," said the farmer.


    Of course we all don't react to events the way this wise farmer did, and everyone sees happenings differently.

    If you do Reiki you can send the energy back in time to take the edges off the reaction to an event and that can help a person who doesn't see a painful past as a blessing. That should quality as an example of changing the past.

    1. Wonderful story! Many thanks.

      - Aangirfan