Black History Month & The Living Energy Universe
posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 01:20 PM
Every year during the month of October in the UK, Black History Month is celebrated in memory of the fine achievements and struggles black people have made and been through. There is still debate questioning why should black people have their own history month and other cultures and people don't? Well, All I shall say on that subject is that until black history is included as part of standard American, Canadian, and British History (especially in educational institutions), we shall forever have a black history month. It's a great shame that we need to have a special month just for Black History.
I made a newsletter for my Junior High School and private English students. You can view the newsletter on the homepage of my project website UK-JAPAN.net. http://www.uk-japan.net
And so far, there has been a lot of interest in Black History Month, especially from the teaching staff.
Lastly, if you haven't read The Living Energy Universe by Gary Schwartz & Linda Russek, then don't wait any longer. It's an absolutely mind blowing and fantastic scientific journal based on the systemic theory, by which time has the capability to store memory. It posits that every action, every moment of existence is reflected out into the universe to reverberate and interact as a living energy memory with the universe, including the myriad of other living energy memories.
The book ties together everything, from eastern philosophical ideas of non-duality and connectedness to Rupert Sheldrake's morphogenic field theory (which is elegantly explained) to the phenomenon of organ transplant memory, in which recipients of heart and other organ transplants develop habits or experience memories which could only come from the organ donor.
This theory has so much potential to change the world and the way we think of it. It can change the way you think about God, death, the afterlife, relationships, karma, organ transplants. Schwartz and Russek's systemic memory hypothesis is proposed to explain not only many puzzles in conventional science, but also major mysteries such as reflective self-awareness, homeopathy, survival after death, and psychic abilities. And I will add that until this day, their hypothesis has yet to be disapproved. That is to say, that no flaw has been found.
I will finish off with a quote of my own.
"We already know everything, we need only to remember and rediscover."