Monday 25 January 2021


Tortotubus - the oldest fossil of a land-dwelling organism. First Life on Land? Examples were discovered on the Scottish island of Kerrera. Meet the 440-million-year-old Scottish fungus which kick-started the human race

Where were you when creatures like the one above existed over 400 million years ago?

In the Hindu's Bhagavad GitaKrishna tells Arjuna; "Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be."

An early Christian called Origen believed that souls existed before they were born.

In Jeremiah 1:4-5 we read:

Now the word of the Lord came to me, saying,

'Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.'

According to Lisa P., in the book Coming from the Light:

"I was putting three-year-old Johnny to bed...

"Johnny said 'tell me of Grandpa Robert.' I was surprised...I had not told stories of him, and I could not imagine where he had heard his name. He had died before I had even married.

"'How do you know about Grandpa Robert?' I asked. 'Well, Momma,' he said with reverence, 'he's the one who brought me to earth.'"

Dr Bradford Skow says that the past, present and future all exist together

According to the Buddhists, it is best not to keep on being re-incarnated.

"To transcend suffering one must cease the cycle of arising and cessation. Of birth and death. 

"You then become One with the Absolute Awareness."

The Cosmic Dance.
"Early Christians, before Constantine took over the religion, had a much different view of the soul and its relationship to God than mainstream Christianity does today.

"It viewed the soul as having a past history with God and was destined to rejoin God in the future, and that Christ came as an example of how we accomplish this task and to make make it possible in an all new way for us to achieve our union with God.

"In many ways this teaching wasn't that much different than what Buddha taught concerning the soul and its relationship with the Absolute. Christ taught we must be reborn in the spirit and Buddha taught we must transcend this world and our attachment to it."

Mystic Doctrines.


Where were you over 400 million years ago?

Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of philosophy Dr Bradford Skow says that the idea that time flows like a river is not correct.

Instead he claims the past, present and future all exist together

dailymail / Does time pass? | MIT News

"If we were to ‘look down’ upon the universe, we would see time spread out in all directions.

"Events exist in different parts of space-time.

"While installing central heating in the cellar of the Treasurer’s House in 1953, Harry Martindale was witness to an astounding sight.

"Roman soldiers, dressed in green tunics and wearing plumed helmets, appeared suddenly through a wall of the cellar, they then marched, dishevelled and dejected, through the cellar before disappearing."

 Mysterious Universe.

Dr Bradford Skow says that time does not flow like a river.


Dr Bradford Skow says that space-time is a 'block universe'.

A 'block universe' can be compared to a movie reel, where all the parts of the movie exist at the same time. 

Dr Skow says that events, such as the American Revolution or 9 11, exist in different parts of space-time.

Shawn Radcliffe has written: The Flow of Time in a Timeless Universe

He points out that according to quantum physics, "the future isn't set until we measure a quantum object - at which point its state becomes fixed.

"Viewed this way, we live on the leading edge of a growing block universe, with future possibilities coming into existence every time we take measurements.

"So each 'now' determines the future, a future that is always just beyond our reach."

To some thinkers, such as Parmenides and Julian Barbour in his book The End of Time,Time is an illusion.

To the Buddhist, the world (Samsara) is full of movement and an awareness of Time.

But Nirvana is blissful and still; and has no Time.

"Buddhism and the illusion of time"

"You can picture this ... as a vast blue sky, and the world of time and change is just a little tiny cloud passing within it... 

"The cloud arises, the cloud stays a bit, and the cloud goes, but the vast empty sky remains untouched by it...

"You are the vast empty sky and this whole universe is a tiny cloud within you. 

"Through .... ignorance, however, you have forgotten your true nature as the motionless sky and mistakenly identified yourself as the ever-changing cloud (or a small part of the cloud)...

"Buddhism and the illusion of time"

"It's the same as the old 'mirror' analogy: your mind is a perfectly clear mirror, and the world is reflected in it. 

"You first must discover that you are the mirror and become free of the reflections.

"Then you must discover that the reflections are not separate from the mirror. At that point you become Free as the Absolute Unity of mirror-and-reflections together...

"Buddhism and the illusion of time"

"Everything is like a dream, is like dew, is like a bubble or a flash of lightning. Nothing stays but is always in a process of change.

"Rather than being some constant, fixed reality, this whole universe constantly appears and disappears.

"But there is a way to experience the true nature of this constantly changing universe.

"Simply do not become attached to any outside world. 

"Don’t become attached to names and forms.

"If you keep that point, then your mind is not moving.

"You attain that names and forms are fundamentally empty.

"This whole universe is completely empty. You are completely empty. Nothing ever comes or goes. Nothing ever appears or disappears.

"When you keep this mind, you soon attain your true self."

-Zen Master Seung Sahn, The Compass of Zen, pp. 127-129

"Waking up from the dream means realizing that nothing ever happened. With Enlightenment there is no history. It has been burned out of existence. Time itself has been destroyed."

-Andrew Cohen

The security chip on a credit card is a two-dimensional surface which allows us to see a three dimensional object.

Above we see a hologram which is flat and two dimensional, but, which can be seen as non-flat and three dimensional.

Some scientists think that we live in a hologram and that we are simply 'a projection' from that hologram.

Simulations back up theory that Universe is a hologram ....

The hologram contains all the information needed to project us and our world into three dimensional things.

Some scientists believe that all 'things', or particles, are really just one interlinked thing.

Some people believe that 'consciousness' creates everything that there is.

Some scientists believe that all 'events', past, present or future, are actually taking place at the same time.

And what about your ancestors, the single celled creatures - the earliest form of life?

"Single-celled slime moulds demonstrate the ability to memorize and anticipate repeated events, a team of Japanese researchers reported in January 2008."

Time and Torsion in a Conscious, Holographic Universe ....

So the single-celled creatures have "brain function", although they have no brain at all.[15]

We can tune into different frequencies.

The psychiatrist Stanislav Grof "had one female patient who suddenly became convinced she had assumed the identity of a female of a species of prehistoric reptile...

"Grof encountered examples of patients regressing and identifying with virtually every species on the evolutionary tree...

"Moreover, he found that such experiences frequently contained obscure zoological details which turned out to be accurate...

"Grof had patients ... with little or no education who suddenly gave detailed descriptions of Zoroastrian funerary practices and scenes from Hindu mythology...

"Individuals gave persuasive accounts of out-of-body journeys, of precognitive glimpses of the future, of regressions into apparent past-life incarnations...

Choosing to be happy?

"As Grof recently noted, if the mind is actually part of a continuum, a labyrinth that is connected not only to every other mind that exists or has existed, but to every atom, organism, and region in the vastness of space and time itself, the fact that it is able to occasionally make forays into the labyrinth and have transpersonal experiences no longer seems so strange...

"In his book Gifts of Unknown Things, biologist Lyall Watson discribes his encounter with an Indonesian shaman woman who, by performing a ritual dance, was able to make an entire grove of trees instantly vanish into thin air. 

"Watson relates that as he and another astonished onlooker continued to watch the woman, she caused the trees to reappear, then 'click' off again and on again several times in succession."

Reality - The Holographic Universe.

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)

5. Everything is in balance

6. 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)

7. 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.

Is life an illusion?

1. EmptyHub (If everything is just an illusion) refers to the parable of Jesus "about a son who leaves his father's home, squanders his wealth, returns destitute and poor, only to be loved even more... 

"To put it another way, one has to pass through the false in order to know the true."

The son learns to be part of 'God' rather than an individual selfish self.

 As Jesus said: "I and the father are one".

2. Alexi Helligar (If everything is just an illusion) refers to the 'zero state' of 'self'.

"Living beings resist the zero state so they can experience enjoyment out of what is essentially nothingness."

3. p3ndulum (If everything is just an illusion) refers to our possible illusions about our 'loved one'.

"We don't get to see who is truly there in front of us because we've painted them in a hue in an effort to fit them into our paradigm of what we believe a 'loving' relationship should be/look like."

4. There is a belief that if we can detach ourself from our sense of being an individual self, then we are detached from physical and emotional discomforts.

5. The philosopher George Berkeley argued that a thing only exists as an idea in someone's mind. 

Quantum theory tells us that an unobserved small object exists only in an unpredictable state, with no defined location or motion until the moment it is observed.

6. Socrates and Plato argued that beyond what we think is real there lies a world of 'perfect' forms. 

"Everything that we see is just a shade, an imitation of how things truly are." 

10 mind-blowing theories.

In other words, the material world as it seems to us is not the real world.

We should see the difference between 'vulgar lust' and 'love for the divine'.

7. According to the Taoists: "We are asked to keep our awareness in two places at once. 

"There is no self, yet I exist as a self. 

"Laozi says: live in the world of manifest reality... but remain aware of the formless, remain aware of the state that is beyond desire. 

"Be in the world, but not of the world."

Laozi and Quantum Physics .

8. So, some philosophers and scientists believe that the "physical world" may be an illusion.

In the Taoist book Zhuangzi, by Zhuang Zhou, we read:

"Once upon a time, Zhuang Zhou dreamed he was a butterfly, a butterfly flitting about happily enjoying himself. 

"He did not know that he was Zhou. 

"Suddenly he awoke, and was palpably Zhou. 

"He did not know whether he was Zhou, who had dreamed of being a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming that he was Zhou. 

For the Hindus, Brahman (God) is everything, and is both in the world and not in the world, at the same time.


9. Stav Strashkothe First Ever Zionist Androgynous Model is made out of tiny particles which can act as matter and anti-matter.

Everything is made out of tiny things called particles.

A particle called the Weyl fermion has no mass.

It is empty of matter.

It is a basic building block of matter, even more fundamental than the electron.

The Weyl fermion can act as matter and anti-matter simultaneously.


0 = +X -X

Stav Strashko can be both nothing and something at the same time.

Stav Strashko can be both male and female at the same time.

Everything has its opposite - left and right, happy and sad, love and hate, inside and outside...

Every particle (the matter that the universe is made of) has its antiparticle (the antimatter that the universe is also made of).

Physicists at Princeton University have observed a particle that behaves both like matter and antimatter.

In other words, the scientists have observed a particle that is its own antiparticle.

Particle observed, both matter & antimatter

Matter is a mirror image of antimatter.

There is a belief that it is our minds that create matter.

'0' can become something.

How might things come into existence?

A mathematical equation shows us how it may work.

0 = +X -X

+X is matter (particles)

-X is anti-matter (anti-particles)

Think of the TAOIST idea of YIN and YANG.

Let us say that YIN represents mainly minus numbers and YANG represents mainly the plus numbers.

The Buddhists say that you cannot have Nirvana without Samsara.

A good game of golf involves a LITTLE bit of Nirvana and a LITTLE bit of Samsara?

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10. Let's look at Taoism.
1. The Force

Consider Luke Skywalker and how Obi-wan Kenobi taught him about "the Force".

Luke had to avoid being distracted by things like fear and anger.

He had to learn about spontaneity.

On one occasion, Luke was trying, without success, to avoid laser blasts from a 'remote'.

When Obi-wan Kenobi placed a helmet on Luke's head so he couldn't be distracted, he easily deflected the remote's laser blasts.

The idea is that when you are aware of the 'Tao' and feel 'the force', you can flow with it, and the right action appears for itself, spontaneously.

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The economy does not work when things are out of balance.


The Christians talk about God’s spirit.

God nourishes us.

The Taoists talk about the Tao being a force that flows through everything. 

The Tao nourishes us.

2. The Tao and Yin and Yang:

When the Tao is in balance one can be happy. (+ X - X rather than +X - 1000X?)

There is Yin and there is Yang (just as there is black and white, up and down, male and female).

'When they are equally present, all is calm. 

'When one is outweighed by the other, there is confusion and disarray.

'The Tao surrounds everyone and one must listen to find enlightenment.'

True Taoism does not get bogged down with theology. "The Tao that can be named is not the true Tao."

Taoists love their enemies. "I am good to the man who is good to me, likewise, I am also good to the bad man."

The USA's Phoenix programme (left) involved torturing and killing civilians. The USA's ISIS force is also going to extremes.

3. Wu wei is action through inaction; ‘a practice of minimal action, particularly minimal violent action’. 

Don’t overdo the antibiotics or the pesticides. 

Don’t bomb your enemies.

Consider the lilies.

Don't force yourself or others to be compassionate. Be spontaneous.

Genuine love is spontaneous love.

The USA is out of balance.

"The Master does not see evil as a force to resist, but simply as an opaqueness, a state of self-absorption that is in disharmony with the universal process, so that, as with a dirty window, the light can't shine through. 

"This freedom from moral categories allows him his great compassion for the wicked and the selfish" - Stephen Mitchell

"The Tao regulates natural processes and nourishes balance in the Universe. 

"It embodies the harmony of opposites (i.e. there would be no love without hate, no light without dark, no male without female.)"

4. Henry C K Liu wrote in the Asia Times about Taoism.

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Where does evil come from?

There can be no ‘good’ without ‘evil’.

"Controlled quantities of the bad can be good. 

"Excessive amounts of the good can be bad. 

"Poison kills. But when handled properly, it can cure diseases. 

"Without poison, there can be no medicine.

"To employ poison to attack poison is a Taoist principle."

The secret is to avoid extremes.

Americans carrying out torture in Vietnam.

How should we act?

We should avoid producing unintended consequences.

"Not taking premature or unnecessary actions keeps all of one's options open, so that the most appropriate action remains available. 

"Actions always elicit reactions. 

"Each action taken provokes reactions from all quarters that, taken together, are always more powerful than the precipitous action itself. It is the ultimate definition of the inescapable law of unintended consequences."

"To follow the dao (path) of life is to go with the natural flow of life and to avoid going against it.

"The ethical theories of Taoism lean toward passive resistance, believing that evil, by definition, will ultimately destroy even itself without undue interference.

"Yet it would be a mistake to regard Taoism as fatalistic and pessimistic, instead of the ultimate sophistication in optimism that it is.

"Only by not applying effort can one achieve that state in which nothing is not attainable effortlessly.

"A little ambition is a good thing. Total elimination, even of undesirables, is an extreme solution, and it is therefore self-defeating.

"Life is a prison from which one can escape only if one does not try to escape. It is the desire to escape that makes a place a prison, and the desire to return that makes it a home. Home is not where one is, it is where one wants to return."

Photograph: Seyllou

5. Taoism and other religions.

The following comes from:

From Taoism: happiness comes from helping others; wealth comes from giving to others. 

"Love the world as yourself; then you can care for all things."

From Buddhism: "Set your heart on doing good. Do it over and over again, and you will be filled with joy." 

Buddha: "See yourself in others. Then whom can you hurt? What harm can you do?"

From Islam: "There is a reward for your treatment of every living thing." Muhammad also said: "None of you is a believer until you like for others what you like for yourself."

From Christianity: "Do unto others as you would have them do to you."

Veritopian refers to Yin & Yang Mathematics

Robert Lanza from North Carolina

11. Professor Robert Lanza believes that Death is an illusion.

He believes that it is our minds that create space and time.

He believes that Life creates the Universe.

Robert Lanza and Deepak Chopra, in an article entitled Evolution Reigns, but Darwin Outmoded write:

"Darwin's theory of evolution is an enormous over-simplification.

It's helpful if you want to connect the dots and understand the interrelatedness of life on the planet - and it’s simple enough to teach to children between recess and lunch.

"But it fails to capture the driving force and what’s really going on."

Lanza believes that until you observe the sky as blue and the girl as pretty, everything exists in a state of probability.

But wait a moment.

Some people would say that the sky would exist even if no one was observing it.

Some people would say that our universe existed before people came into existence.

So, some people will not like Lanza's ideas.

Biocentrism Demystified: A Response to Deepak Chopra and Robert Lanza.

Lanza believes that there are many universes.

Lanza explains that everything which can possibly happen is happening at some point across these multiverses.

So, you may think you have died in one universe, but you are still alive in another?

Lanza says that that when we die our life becomes a 'perennial flower that returns to bloom in the multiverse.'

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Lanza writes: 'Life is an adventure that transcends our ordinary linear way of thinking.

"When we die, we do so not in the random billiard-ball-matrix but in the inescapable-life-matrix.'

Lanza refers to the famous double-slit experiment involving a particle and two slits in a barrier.

When the scientist is watching, the particle goes through one slit or the other.

But, if the scientist is not watching, the particle acts like a wave and can go through both slits at the same time.

This suggests that the behaviour of the particle is decided by the mind of the scientist.

Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe.

Summer rain
By Valery Titievsky

Lanza's Answers to Basic Questions:

What created the Big Bang?

Answer : No ‘dead’ universe ever existed outside of mind (“Nothingness” is a meaningless concept)

Which came first, rocks or life?

Answer: Time is a form of animal intuition.

What IS this universe?

Answer: An active life-based process

This is reflected in the seven principles of biocentrism:

1st Principle: What we perceive as reality is a process that involves our consciousness.

2nd Principle: Our external and internal perceptions are inextricably intertwined. They are different sides of the same coin and can’t be divorced from one another.

3rd Principle: The behavior of matter is inextricably linked to the presence of an observer.

4th Principle: Without consciousness, “matter” dwells in an undetermined state of probability.

5th Principle: The structure of the universe is explainable only through biocentrism. It’s fine-tuned for life; life creates the universe, not the other way around.

6th Principle: Time doesn’t have a real existence outside of animal intuition.

7th Principle: Space, like time, isn’t an object or thing that has an independent reality.

Robert Lanza, M.D. – BIOCENTRISM » Religion vs. Science

Lanza on God:

Life and consciousness represents one side of the equation, matter and energy the other.

They can't be divorced; split them and the reality is gone...

How can entangled particles be instantaneously connected on opposite sides of the galaxy as if there's no space or time between them?

And how can events in the present affect those in the past?

Recently, scientists sent particles into an apparatus and showed they could retroactively change something that had already happened in the past 

(Science 2007).

Biocentrism says these phenomena occur because space and time aren't just "out there," but are tools of our mind... 

God, too, lives in action and is a relational concept, both existing and not-existing at the same time.

Robert Lanza, M.D.: Biocentrism and the Existence of God


  1. What the topic. Has me considering a spin-off: How or where do we derive hope, in beating back this present darkness? Hidden/obscured, just enough, from the masses turning-out/it over? If the universe/behind is (?) good, then what's the set-up for numbers to succeed -vs- emerging lock-down? Good triumphs… Maybe 'for the sake of…' What the dynamics of this reality? Have we genuine capacity to make a difference? In this comes the notion of Karma. And 'Life before birth' has implications in understanding 'hope' in this life, or what-next(?) Because if time is all-a-happening at once? Can we change..? Now I'm just… spinning.

    The early Church-ers 'different view' wasn't the post-300's hip-again Greek thinking. This solidified up with Augustine, becoming more or less all medieval theology, and transforming everything Western thereon. Aristotle's 'unmoved mover' reconsidered, put free-will to bed. Origen a/the, main-man among the 'earlies' wrote of the existence free-will in the Scriptures, as 'establish(ed) with exceeding clearness'. He had a number of wilder ideas, including for me, the 'soul (as) having a past history'. I don't read that from 'knew before…' and Jeremiah but if believed, it wasn't determining our chosen tomorrows, or according to the Mr O or the early church dads. (Personally, I think it could be about genetics or in-gestation).

    In all there's much for me in this post to puzzle and ponder. I'm not sure Calvinism is any more likely to match-up to say, Buddhism, than the 'Open View'. They take 'chosen' as individual and before whenever, whilst 'we' take this as Church collectively and potentially. I wouldn't be so sure to know how Buddhists unknowingly might make this call. But they aren't 'chosen' otherwise. My personal companioning with, for some months/years back, visiting the temple, my at the time mates – I found instructive and inspiring. Of the three of four mystical-type Christians I read, number one, would be Thomas Merton. And he certainly affirms much Zen and the like in his later years. Had a kind of emerging Buddhism going on.

    Won't go-on. As ya know, there's the manic street about me… and I'm repelled, if I-be-pushy. Last night, felt some deep respect for people I was with, un/less-certain about, (the) God/me-believe. I sensed the gentle One is present and active with… And likewise, writers/sincere readers here. Present… But that's how I figure, 'time'. Bit Buddhist, in the ever-present now and Kama-action-like. Must get some Merton out. Truism for me: Buddhism might not teach me so much about God – understandably – but sure do well, to pay more attention, in helping me 'approach' ...

  2. All very well, but does a dog have Buddha-nature ?

  3. From Enki Book 2

    Enlil objected to Enki’s plan. ’Don’t create a Nibiran/Apeman slave class here on Earth,’ Enlil reminded Enki, “On our planet [Nibiru], slavery has long ago been abolished, tools are slaves, not other beings.” [Sitchin, ibid.] Ninurta added that to get gold better, Enki should make machines, not slaves. Enki replied, ’Earthlings we’ll create will be “helpers,” not slaves.’

    Enlil still protested: hybrid cloning was forbidden in the Rules Of Planet To Planet Journeying. Enki’s response ’the team won’t create a new species; Erectus is our the genetic ancestor. He evolves into us — Homo Sapiens, Sapiens — the humans of Nibiru; we’ll just speed him along a few million years.’ *

    “The baby, Adamu [One Who’s Like Earth’s Clay], looked like a dark red blood-colored, black-haired Nibiru child in every way except his penis. “They looked at its malehood; odd was its shape, by a skin was its forepart surrounded, unlike that of Anunnaki malehood it was. ’Let the Earthling from us Anunnaki by this foreskin be distinguished.’ So was Enki saying.”

  4. You are at your very best when you write articles such as this one........ not that your other material isn't of the highest quality! Aanirfan, you are a special gift to all of your readers, and I thank you from the depths of my being.

  5. Yes, thanx Aanirfan !
    Deep subjects !
    Great you wrote sooo much bout positive topics,
    mentioning Bhagavad Gita and so many wise people.

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  6. You should mention Islam regarding this subject, it's amazing, Islam as in the Quran and authentic hadiths.