Some of the most influential and prophetic voices of the Spirit-empowered movement have joined together to help you start hearing the sounds of heaven and discover how natural elements—sound, light, energy, vibration and even quantum physics—are supernaturally bringing Heaven to Earth. Featuring contributions from Bill and Beni Johnson, Larry Randolph, Jonathan Welton, Bob Jones, Cal Pierce, David Van Koevering, and Ray Hughes, The Physics of Heaven features revelatory segments such as: · Recovering Spiritual Inheritance · Sound of Heaven · Angelic Encounters · Quantum Mysticism · Authentic versus Counterfeit Unlock Heaven’s healing energy, tap into the frequency of God’s Kingdom, and access a new realm of divine encounters today! “If you are tired of being a settler, existing on the shores of tradition and riskless living, this book is for you. But beware, because once you get a taste of these authors’ insights into light, sound, vibration and quantum physics and you discover how God has written His personal story into creation, you are destined to see the Almighty all around you.” - from the foreword by Kris Vallotton
This book is Frederick Osborn's follow up to "The New Reformation: An Assessment of the New Apostolic Reformation from Toronto to Redding." In his first book on the NAR the author takes a broad overview of this movement. In "The Physics of Heaven: The Theology of the New Apostolic Reformation" the author turns his sights on the book written in 2012 by Judy Franklin & Ellyn Davis. Their book is endorsed by a number of recognized leaders of what has evolved into the New Apostolic Reformation movement in the 21st century church. Without a doubt, their book represents the foundations upon which the theology of the new Apostles and Prophets of this movement is based. In his review of "The Physics of Heaven" the author goes through their book chapter by chapter, discusses the primary ideas presented in each of those chapters, and contrasts them with the mainstream theology of the Christian faith.
Unifying the Universe: The Physics of Heaven and Earth provides a solid background in basic physics. With a humanistic perspective, it shows how science is significant for more than its technological consequences. The book includes clear and well-planned links to the arts and philosophies of relevant historical periods to bring science and the huma
What happens to me when I die? Will I end up end up haunting my apartment building or some graveyard? Are the stories of exorcisms real, or are they really just fanciful stories? Do demons and angels really exist? Is there a hell? Is there a devil and why would he want your soul? Does religion really mean anything in a world full of skeptical scientists? If God exists, why does he allow evil to run rampant over the world? What's the difference between a ghost and a poltergeist? Can objects carry curses? Are psychics for real? How can we reconcile the evidence of ghosts, poltergeists and demonic possession with the very benign vision of Heaven presented by popular modern mediums?Most importantly, can a person who believes in science still believe in a spiritual world? Is there any scientific evidence that it exists? The answer to these questions lie in science itself. It turns out that Sir Isaac Newton doesn't run the show anymore.Science no longer believes in a determinate world. God DOES have a place to live, and there is so much evidence that human consciousness survives death that it can no longer be doubted. The skeptical arguments of the atheists have been thoroughly discredited by none other than Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. The first part of this book concentrates on real world science. Relativity and quantum theory are two of the greatest discoveries of the twentieth century. Very few scientists who understand quantum theory and relativity want to talk about the implications of these theories, but the implications, are staggering and have virtually overthrown our materialist understanding of how our universe works. The second part of this book deals with the structural aspects of the spiritual world which allow ghosts, poltergeists, demons and the spirits of evil people to operate in their own sphere while you and I and other people who have lead decent lives will find a very real and idealized afterlife. The vacation won't last forever, but it will last as long as you like. Heaven is much larger and more interesting than you think!You don't have to have lived a perfect life to find a pleasant afterlife. In the end, neither your sex life nor the degree to which you have obeyed religious dogmas make any difference. The key is simply the golden rule. "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Everyone has a spiritual bank account, and most ordinary people have a positive balance.
"Unifying the Universe: The Physics of Heaven and Earth presents a non-technical approach to physics for the lay-science enthusiast. This popular textbook, which evolved from a conceptual course at Cornell University, is intended for non-science undergraduate students taking their first physics module. This second edition maintains its unique approach in crossing boundaries between physics and humanities, with connections to art, poetry, history, and philosophy. It explores how the process of scientific thought is inextricably linked with cultural, creative, and aesthetic aspects of human endeavor, opening the readers up to new ways of looking at the world. The text has been fully updated throughout to address current and exciting new topics in the field, such as exo-planets, the accelerating Universe, dark matter, dark energy, gravitational waves, super-symmetry, string theory, big bang cosmology, and the Higgs boson. There is also an entirely new chapter on the Quantum World, which connects the fascinating topics of quantum entanglement and quantum computing. Key Features: Provides a solid, yet accessible, background to basic physics without complex mathematics Uses a human interest approach to show how science is significant for more than its technological consequences Discusses the arts and philosophies of historical periods that are pertinent to the subject"--
The Physics of Spirit God Heaven and Human Consciousness
Our human body-brain is an exquisitely sophisticated electronic device that generates its own electromagnetic conscious "spirit", and provides that spirit with electromagnetic information about this reality. Our human spirit is made of radio wave energy that can be picked up by an EEG and represented as "brainwaves" on a monitor, rather than the shorter faster bandwidth of visible light. But when our conscious spirit is compressed and accelerated it can literally become a spirit that is made of visible light. Light can exist as free energy. Which is how our human spirit can survive its body's death to go and live in an environment that is made of whole white light -- heaven, nirvana, paradise, the All. At the speed of light time becomes eternally long. We can live in an eternity of light. As human spirits we are children of the Gods -- a family. Many humans remain spiritual infants or adolescents. But some humans -- we might call them awakened ones -- are learning how to be spiritual adults.
A Scheme of Heaven The History of Astrology and the Search for our Destiny in Data
An illuminating look at the surprising history and science of astrology, civilization’s first system of algorithms, from Babylon to the present day. Humans are pattern-matching creatures, and astrology is the universe’s grandest pattern-matching game. In this refreshing work of history and analysis, data scientist Alexander Boxer examines classical texts on astrology to expose its underlying scientific and mathematical framework. Astrology, he argues, was the ancient world’s most ambitious applied mathematics problem, a monumental data-analysis enterprise sustained by some of history’s most brilliant minds, from Ptolemy to al-Kindi to Kepler. Thousands of years ago, astrologers became the first to stumble upon the powerful storytelling possibilities inherent in numerical data. To correlate the configurations of the cosmos with our day-to-day lives, astrologers relied upon a “scheme of heaven,” or horoscope, showing the precise configuration of the planets at a particular instant in time as viewed from a particular place on Earth. Although recognized as pseudoscience today, horoscopes were once considered a cutting-edge scientific tool. Boxer teaches us how to read these esoteric charts—and appreciate the complex astronomical calculations needed to generate them—by diagramming how the heavens appeared at important moments in astrology’s history, from the assassination of Julius Caesar as viewed from Rome to the Apollo 11 lunar landing as seen from the surface of the Moon. He then puts these horoscopes to the test using modern data sets and statistical science, arguing that today’s data scientists do work similar to astrologers of yore. By looking back at the algorithms of ancient astrology, he suggests, we can better recognize the patterns that are timeless characteristics of our own pattern-matching tendencies. At once critical, rigorous, and far ranging, A Scheme of Heaven recontextualizes astrology as a vast, technological project—spanning continents and centuries—that foreshadowed our data-driven world today.
The author has spent his life in an obsessive quest to understand the nature of reality and the purpose of existence. Many would say this is a symptom of Asperger s syndrome, a high functioning form of autism. While I certainly fit this profile I believe there is a different more amazing reason. If an individual actualizes their potential in this space-time it is also actualized in the Singularity the space-less, time-less part of the dual universe at the quantum level. Each step of my life has led to find the answers because in the Singularity I had already found them. Here are the answers to God, the universe, and everything, I give them to you now because you are in desperate need of them, do with them what you will. Buy the book or not, read the book or not, I do not care, for I have completed my task and fulfilled my destiny, and that is all that matters. But if you do read the book be prepared for a remarkable vision of the nature of reality, and a magnificent purpose of existence illustrated with poetry and painting.
The balance of physics the square of the circle and the earth s true solar and lunar distances discovered and demonstrated