Tuesday, 24 March 2015


We are having lunch with a bunch of scientists at a restaurant in Positano.

Charles Darwin orders a few bottles of 1995 Chateau Margaux Bordeaux.

Albert Einstein suggests the green tortellini with seafood and the lamb medallions 'in crisp quinoa with herbs on winter roots with pepper sauce'.

We all agree.

We are here to discuss the meaning of life.


Max Planck, the founder of quantum mechanics, holds up a piece of bread and says that bread is derived from consciousness.

"It is consciousness, or mind, that makes bread, or matter, exist," he says.

"Therefore," says Max, "the mind cannot be produced by the brain."

Eminent Researchers

Erwin Schrödinger, who received the Nobel Prize in Physics, nods in agreement.

Erwin says: "Consciousness is not produced by the brain and and cannot be explained in physical terms."

Our tortellini arrives.

Wolfgang Pauli is one of the pioneers of quantum physics.

"Look," says Wolfgang, "the tortellini is gliding onto my fork."

Wolfgang believes he has 'psychokinetic powers', which he cannot always control.

Otto Stern, a Nobel laureate in physics, smiles.

"I banned Wolfgang from entering my lab" says Otto, "to prevent his powers from damaging my experimental apparatus."


When the lamb is served, I ask Albert Einstein about so called 'natural laws'.

"Natural laws," says Albert, "were designed by an intelligence or spirit."

"I am an agnostic," says Charles Darwin.

"But," says Kurt Gödel "a human being is a non-physical spirit.

"It is a spirit connected to a physical body."

"Yes," says Karl Popper, "the mind is non-material."

Robert Boyle, the founder of the Royal Society of London, points out: "I believe in spiritual healing."

Eminent Researchers - Spiritual Development

I ask the group what they think about 'evil spirits'.

"Do you mean Vodka?" asks Charles Darwin.

I relate that the term 'demon' appears 63 times in the New Testament.


Emanuel Swedenborg says: "I have communicated with spirits."

"Tell us more," says Darwin.  

"There is not a single hell and a single heaven, but rather a series of higher and lower heavens and hells.

"After death, people become their desire or impulses."

What decides your desires?

Erwin Schrödinger says: "You decide. 

"Nothing has a 'fixed state' - until your mind decides what its 'fixed state' will be."

"In other words," says Max Planck, "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."


  1. Nice chaps! Except for Charles Darwin, the 'academic' whose evolutionary model, coupled with Malthusian Eugenics, opened the road to the following different forms of Socialism:

    National Socialism (Germany)
    International Socialism (Marxist Russia)
    Global Socialism, or the Military Industrial Corporate Cabal (United States)

    1. Also he stole his theory and married his first cousin, intent of "researching" their offspring. Bit rich, from the so called Father Of Evolution.

      However, I think this is a delightful article.

      Neuroscience is beginning to doubt free will, I believe it and don't. Don't turn over the card.

  2. Satanism Victims:

    Mind Kontrolle:

  3. "After death, people become their desire or impulses." - CS Lewis comes to mind. And in these becomings we may face a second death. Mostly - grace - hopeful we/you come to Jesus.

    Come home.

    We don't.. can't fix states. Fluid goes life and God interacts. Demons interupt. We battle. This particular website pressing on.


  4. Come back? I desire to move on as a free spirit but thank you for the offer!

  5. Lovely E, not back, forwards: Home. The one we're born to live in. Freedom, active, working... who-knows-what-ing, worship love God
    Affy good..

  6. Not backwards m'dear e. Soon Forward (my I mention Gregory Isaacs). We going home. Come, please. To freedom, do-who-knows-what, active, work, worship, earth first, bodies (new one for Adam) and all. Born to live for heaven. For love for God.
    Affi good

    - if I sent another/got through, delete this line, well post this pls afan, thanks -

  7. This was excellent, I have always liked the "spiritual" pieces Aangirfan and this one more than most. Atheism is dead. It died long ago at the hands of science. It is now an infantile dogma imposed on us by the rulers. They seem to want to make people be total animals and the atheism or reductive materialism is one of their dishonest and wicked self fulfilling prophecies. I was also pleased to see the wonderful, recently deceased Gregory Isaacs mentioned. Totally unexpected and very pleasing.