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Under no circumstances should people believe any spiritual or philosophical belief without thoroughly satisfying their rational mind. Examine, examine, and examine! In this day and age, man is more inclined to question what he is told than in previous centuries because our minds are developing so fast. When people tell you about the beginnings of the world, God, etc you should develop a clinical mind which can dissect theories, find more questions, and search for flaws. Then keep searching further until you find an answer which satisfies your rational mind.


I have examined deeply the ancient Himalayan scriptures, called the Vedas, and tested many of their theories out in the laboratory of my own intellect and intuition. Because of this research and constant questioning I have managed to interpret these philosophies and divine realizations and turned many of them into diagrams. These diagrams explain certain spiritually scientific points in newer, more relatable ways.

In this section, I encourage people to open up their scientific mind (as well as the creative mind) to make their thinking more balanced. Here I will teach my understanding of spiritual science and support others in their quest for knowledge in this area.

Thing we need to understand here are what “God” is, where the earth came from, where atoms come from, what is the future pattern for the earth etc. I believe I have these answers, and I wish for my results to be examined, questioned, and tested.

 
 
the origin of the atom
the origin of the atom
The atom is composed of negatively (-01) charged electrons, which orbit around a nucleus of neutrally (0) charged neutrons and positively (+1) charged protons. This balance in charges makes the atom stable and creative. In Vedic terms, this primal structure can be seen as representing Sattwa, (the positive magnetic pole, and force of Buddhi) in the proton, representing Rajas (the neutral pole and force of Prana) in the neutron, and representing Tamas (the negative pole and force of Manas) in the electron.
 
universal time chart
universal time chart
 
the miscalculation of the yugas
the miscalculation of the yugas
 
the seven levels of universal revolution
the seven levels of universal revolution