Monday, May 7, 2018
THE AWARENESS OF IMPENDING EVENTS
SOMETHING EXTRAORDINARY IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN
Have you ever been aware that something extraordinary is about to happen? If so, then you know how exciting that can be. I’ve had that awareness many times in my life. Even as a very small child I felt a deep connection with nature, a mental link with plants and animals that made me feel as if they were about to speak to me in some way. This awareness of an impending breakthrough intensified with an awakening in 1952, when I stood on the bank of a farm pond in Texas County Missouri and heard the inward sound of silence. Along with sensing the flow of the energy in the atoms making up the world around me, I saw a subtle glow emanating from my surroundings and felt life pulsing in everything. It was both an awakening, and an awareness that something wonderful was about to happen.
I had been inspired by reading about Albert Einstein’s paper: “On the electrodynamics of moving objects”, the special theory of relativity. I was a teenager living on my parents’ farm. I walked out into the field that night, stood on the pond bank, looked up into the stars and expressed my desire to know. Very suddenly, it was as if a switch had been thrown, and normal sight and hearing was switched off, and an inner expansion of those senses was turned on. That was when I decided I had to study physics.
I didn’t have to learn mathematics, it was as if I simply remembered algebra and geometry. And languages also came easily. Education, for me, came from within. A few years later, David Stewart, who had been my college roommate, sent me some books published by Self-Realization Fellowship. I read “The Holy Science” by Sri Yukteswar and “The Autobiography of a Yogi” by Paramahansa Yogananda and learned what my experience of the “sound of silence” was. My initiation into the practice of Kriya Yoga in 1960, allowed me to integrate the teachings of Elijah, Christ, Krishna, Buddha, Mohammed, Kabir, Lao Tzu: the roots of Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Sufism and the Tao. Earning degrees in mathematics, physics and environmental engineering, I was a research hydrogeologist by day, taught meditation classes and wrote by night and on weekends. My first book, “The Book of Atma” was published in 1977. A few years before that, I had met Jacqui, who became my helpmate. I had had many instances of mental telepathy with David Stewart, who became a life-long friend, but the deep connection was intensified with Jacqui, my soulmate.
Waking from a vivid dream in 1986, in which I saw a pebble drop into a golden pool of water. As the waves spread out in all directions, I saw the theories of relativity and quantum physics integrated by the inclusion of consciousness in the equations of physics. I wrote non-stop for several days. That awakening happened at 1:11 AM, January 16, 1986, in Jeddah, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the gateway to Mecca and Medina, the Holy Cities of Islam. My second book “Infinite Continuity”, published in 1990, was the result.
I was never much of a joiner or participator in social organizations. I did not want to be a member of a fraternity in college. I was automatically inducted into Kappa Mu Epsilon, the National Honorary Mathematics Society because of my grades. Self-realization Fellowship was an exception. I joined SRF to receive the Kriya. Like most students planning to go to grad school, I took the Graduate Record Exam. My score on the GRE made me eligible for membership in MENSA, which I joined in 1982. And, in 2008, I applied for membership in the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry, an ultra-high-IQ society because I wanted to find a research partner, someone with impeccable credentials, someone who would be capable of understanding why I wanted to integrate science and spirituality. Why? Because no one seemed to be interested in my ideas. Dr Vernon Neppe, a world-renowned psychiatrist and neuroscientist, turned out to be that research partner. He had joined ISPE for the very same reason; he wanted someone with an academic background in mathematics and pohysics to work with. As with David and Jacqui, I began to experience frequent telepathic connections with Vernon, and our philosophical and scientific ideas meshed remarkedly well. From 2008 until the present, we have worked diligently developing the new science and spirituality paradigm we call the Triadic Dimensional Vortical Paradigm, a comprehensive mathematical system of thought that explains nearly everything.
In 2010, I was privileged to be part of an expedition sponsored by Young Living Essential Oils to film a documentary film on the Frankincense Trail in Egypt and Jordan. Vernon and I had been collaborating for two years by telephone, Skype and email, but had not yet met in person. Once Young Living had set the dates, and I had my airline tickets from St. Louis to Cairo, I told Vernon that I would be out of touch for several weeks. He replied that It was not a problem because he and his wife Lis were going back to their native South Africa at the same time. In the past, I had always flown to the Middle East through Frankfurt Germany, but this time I was going through Amsterdam. Vernon and Lis had already made their reservations and were going to be in Amsterdam the same day I was! They were staying in the Hilton in downtown Amsterdam, and I would have a 9-hour lay-over. We would be able to spend several hours together!
Vernon recorded most of our conversations that day, as we talked about our TDVP theories. We talked about the fact that the quarks that form protons and neutrons, the basis of all of the natural elements that make up the universe combine triadically, i.e., in threes. As time grew short, and I was boarding the tram to return to the airport, I remarked: “I can prove that up-quarks and down-quarks have to combine triadically using Fermat’ Last Theorem!” That was the beginning of a string of mathematical proofs that, along with experimental data, raise TDVP from a theory to a real paradigm shift. More than 50 discoveries have ensued, and almost every day, we have the expectation that something extraordinary is about to happen!