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Have we crucified the butterfly? The war between science and religion
What happens to the light of truth when religion and science declare war on each other?
Serge Benhayon – scientist at heart
We are all in a groundhog day, the incessant orbital motion of going around and around the sun with infinite opportunities to face all our choices until we truly experience the energetic law of cause and effect.
One of the foremost mathematicians of his age, and also a deeply religious man, John Dee straddled the worlds of Science and Occult Philosophy before they became distinguishable.
The robust study of evidence is a much needed and important aspect to science, yet the statistic tendency to dismiss the outliers can mean that something becomes normal that might be far from normal.
Religion and The Way of The Livingness – Audio
A revelatory collection of audios presenting the liberating truth about religion, and the greatly misinterpreted use of this word.
From the Space Master: You are What You Occupy - A review of Space, book 2 in the Trilogy: Time, Space and all of us
What can we learn from a super astute, sharp and owlish man, and from his Space book, that hadn’t already been covered in physics, astronomy, astrology, maths and architecture?
Evidence Based Medicine – is it actually science?
When we hear the term ‘evidence based medicine’ we immediately think of ‘science’ and ‘reliability’, but is this really the case?
The reductionism of evidence-based science, and its restoration through prophecy
Science has never before faced such an intense barrage of criticism from within its own ranks, but still defenders of the faith of science cannot see problems as anything more than minor glitches that will be solved by the process of science itself.
The study, revelation and prophecy
The ultimate ill is not the shifting of the people or the budget, but the mass movement of the ills in our homes. Should we therefore not be constantly questioning if the study of the end-effect in its current form is sufficient for the evolution of the planet and its 7.7 billion inhabitants?