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A Cosmological Journey - How modern scientific data is taking us back to the wisdom of the ancients (cont.)
By Dr. Manjir Samanta-Laughton MBBS (MD in USA), Dip Bio-Energy

Bolt Upright

So let's look back at some of the criteria for black hole behaviour and compare it to our own planet. Where do we see high energy electrons moving at very fast speeds on our own planet in lightning! We are often given the impression that lightning is created by a sort of static electricity which builds up in the clouds yet nobody has been able to prove this. The measurements that have been taken actually show that the power build up is not nearly enough to cause a bolt of lightning.[22]

When a lightning bolt hits the earth it is traveling at ? the speed of light. Amazingly, recent discoveries have shown that gamma rays flashes that exist in the earth's upper atmosphere are associated with thunderstorms and lightning bolts and just this year alone, NASA have also found that antimatter is being emitted too.[23] , [24] So now we have periodic ejections of electrons, gamma rays and antimatter as well as the presence of matter, antimatter annihilation, just as we find in a supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy.[25] But it is happening, not just in outer space but in our own atmosphere! It is the same Black Hole Principle happening at every single level. There are many more examples given in the book Punk Science which include DNA, quarks and the long-derided concept of chakras.[26]

We live in a fractal black hole universe with the signature of creation happening at every single level in everything. Every level of the universe is being created in every moment via spirals of light from infinity. When they reach our dimension, delineated at what we are currently calling the speed of light but is really the limitation of our perceptions in our dimension, they split into the antimatter and the matter which make up our universe and a mirror universe to ours. The matter universe is the one which we are mostly aware of in our daily lives.

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  1. Gosline A. Thunderbolts from Space. New Scientist. 7 May 2005; 30-34.[back to text]
  2. Ibid.[back to text]
  3. NASA's Fermi Catches Thunderstorms Hurling Antimatter into Space. NASA website. [cited March 2011][back to text]
  4. Finkbeiner DP. WMAP Microwave Emission Interpreted as Dark Matter Annihilation in the Inner Galaxy. January 2005.[back to text]
  5. Samanta-Laughton M. Punk Science. O-Books. 2006. [back to text]

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