Published on 01-10-2015
Although the results of paradigm-shattering research have been published in leading technical journals, they’re often shared in the complex language of science, masking the power of their meaning from a nonscientific person. Average nonscientific, nontechnical people don’t feel the impact of the new discoveries because they’re being left out of the conversation. And that’s where our revolution comes in.
Rather than following the first three centuries of scientific imagery portraying us as insignificant beings that originated through a miraculous series of biological “flukes” and then survived 5000 years of civilization as powerless victims separate from the harsh world we’ve found ourselves in, the new science suggests something radically different. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, peer-reviewed scientific studies revealed the following facts:
• Fact 1: Civilization is at least twice as old as the approximately 5,000 to 5,500 years estimated by conventional timelines.
• Fact 2: Nature relies upon cooperation and mutual aid, not competition, for survival.
• Fact 3: Human life shows unmistakable signs of an intelligent design.
• Fact 4: Our emotions directly influence what happens in the sea of energy we are bathed in.
• Fact 5: The universe, our world, and our bodies are made of a shared field of energy -a matrix- that makes the unity known as "entanglement" possible.
It’s been said that "insanity" is doing the same thing over and over again in the same way and expecting different results. To attempt to resolve the unprecedented crises of our time, looking at them through the eyes of the same beliefs that paved the way to the crises makes little sense. Doing so now, knowing that those beliefs are no longer true, makes even less sense.
To meet the challenges of our time, we must be willing to think differently about ourselves than we have for at least the last three centuries. And to do so means that we must cross some of the traditional boundaries that have isolated the discoveries in one area of scientific study from those in another. When we do, something wonderful begins to happen.
* Excerpt from Gregg Braden's DEEP TRUTH, published in Greek language by Link Media.