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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

Beyond the Perception Horizon

When I started to piece all this together, I realised that what we call dark matter and dark energy is not actually dark at all — it is ‘superbright'![14] What we have been calling the speed limit of the universe is not the speed limit at all; it is simply a reflection of the limitations of consciousness in what we call our reality — three spatial dimensions and one of time. The speed of light then becomes the Perception Horizon, beyond which we don't perceive anything with our normal senses and our instruments which are attuned to this dimension alone. However, the areas of the universe which lie beyond this Perception Horizon are the realms that mystics have been discussing throughout the ages e.g. the light perceived by deep meditative states.

So what does this have to do with black holes? Well in that insightful instant, which only lasted a few seconds but imparted volumes worth of books to me, I realised that black holes are not dark guzzling monsters at all. We have got it all wrong. They are actually the source of infinite light. This infinite light lies at the heart of black holes. It spirals from the centre, down through the dimensions to the edge of our perception where the light then splits off into a particle of matter such as an electron and a particle of antimatter — a positron. This is why we see electrons spewing out of black holes at the speed of light because they have only just reached our dimension and therefore our perception.

And that is not all. This is a breathing process and it works both ways. Positrons and electrons recombine to form gamma rays. Black holes are therefore the source of the gamma ray bursts that we have seen coming from even the furthest regions of our cosmos and have puzzled scientists for over 50 years since they were first discovered. We even have evidence of this breathing process happening near to our own Milky Way galaxy — high energy gases close to the centre of our galaxy have been noticed to be moving in and out and nobody seems to know why, but this finding totally fits our theory.[16]

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  1. Milewski JV. Superlight, One Source one force. 17 November 1996; http://www.luminet.net/~wenonah/new/milewski.htm. [cited December 2005][back to text]
  1. Richter P, Wakker BP. Our growing breathing galaxy. Scientific American. January 2004; 28-37.[back to text]

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