Genesis of the Cosmos: The Ancient Science of Continuous by Paul A. LaViolette

By Paul A. LaViolette

Offers compelling proof that production myths from the sunrise of civilization correspond to leading edge astronomical discoveries

• Exposes the contradictions in present cosmological thought and gives a systematic foundation for the traditional myths and esoteric lore that encode a thought of continuing creation

• via the scientist who was once the 1st to disprove the large Bang thought at the foundation of observational data

Recent advancements in theoretical physics, together with platforms conception and chaos concept, are demanding long-held mechanistic perspectives of the universe. Many thinkers have speculated that the remnants of an historical technological know-how live on this present day in mythology and esoteric lore, yet in the past the medical foundation for this trust has remained cloaked in secret. Paul LaViolette unearths the awesome parallels among the leading edge of clinical notion and construction myths from the sunrise of civilization. With a systematic sophistication infrequent between mythologists, LaViolette deciphers the forgotten cosmology of historic lore in a groundbreaking medical journey de strength. In direct, nontechnical language, he indicates how those myths encode a conception of cosmology within which topic is constantly starting to be from seeds of order that emerge spontaneously from the encircling subquantum chaos.

Exposing the contradictions that bedevil the massive bang conception, LaViolette bargains either the professional and the overall reader a debatable and hugely stimulating critique of triumphing misconceptions in regards to the seldom-questioned superiority of contemporary technology over old cosmology. via restoring and reanimating this historic medical worldview, Genesis of the Cosmos leads us past the restrictive metaphors of recent technology and right into a new technological know-how for the twenty first century.

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After years of hard work, my theory of subquantum kinetics was finally published in 1985 in a special issue of the International Journal of General Systems. Subsequently, many of its astronomical and cosmological predictions were published in a number of other scientific journals. com). Now it is time that the full story about its ancient origins is known. This book reveals for the first time advanced scientific wisdom that has remained hidden for so long in our ancient myths and esoteric lore.

As a result, some would preserve their original scientific message better than others. ” Although certain gene fragments might appear in one myth and not in others, enough would be present in any one myth or lore that a conversant scientist could recognize the encoded creation science. Moreover, when these mythic time-capsule messages are studied collectively, a maximum number of “gene” information carriers are viewed, allowing the ciphered science to be seen with greatest clarity, in the same way that a holographic image becomes clearer as more parts of the underlying hologram are illuminated.

Given the common contemporary belief that prehistoric humans existed at a relatively primitive level of intellectual development, mythologists would have had little motive to question the validity of their assessment. Yet could it be that the primitiveness inferred from these myths is a characteristic not of the originators of the myths but of their interpreters? Of the many known ancient creation myths and lore, only a few are found to encode this advanced cosmogenic physics. For example, out of a total of forty-five stories presented in one published collection of creation myths, only three were found to portray this science of creation.

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