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Astronomical Astrology
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In Astronomy magazine, the August 2016 "Strange Universe" column ("Time for a trade-in?") says, "(Particles) disregard distance and light-speed restrictions. They behave as if time doesn't exist." It also says, "Our ignorance of the overall cosmos is profound".

The October 2015 issue ("Do planets affect you?") states, "Does this ancient practice (astrology) contain a germ of truth? No." And near the end of the article - "So if any reader is into it (you never know), well, have fun, but don’t imagine it has any scientific support."

Science has been debunking astrology for centuries, so I don't imagine a scientist (an astronomer) would decide in a mere 10 months that astrology does contain a germ of truth, even though particles disregard distance and time. Your objection is probably based on the idea that the quantum world is separate from the larger macroscopic world.

Have you considered the idea that the universe possesses negative entropy (entropy may be regarded as disorder) which is the logical outcome of a scientific paper dealing with negative absolute temperature. ("Negative Absolute Temperature for Motional Degrees of Freedom" by S. Braun et al - Science 04 Jan 2013: Vol. 339, Issue 6115, pp. 52-55). Entropy suggests that systems naturally progress from order to disorder. How do biological systems develop and maintain such a high degree of order? If you add energy to a negative-temperature object, it will decrease in entropy. Could this high degree of order result from living things being negative-temperature systems that, as implied by a 1919 paper by Einstein, have gravitational and electromagnetic energy constantly added to them? ("Spielen Gravitationfelder in Aufbau der Elementarteilchen eine Wesentliche Rolle?” ["Do gravitational fields play an essential role in the structure of elementary particles?"] by Albert Einstein - Sitzungsberichte der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, [Math. Phys.], 349-356 [1919] Berlin).

Only very small things discussed in quantum mechanics can supposedly reach this negative-temperature state. We've seen how living things could share the function of being renewed by gravitational / electromagnetic energy. In other words, the quantum and macroscopic worlds are united. Then planets and constellations could also disregard distance and light-speed restrictions, behaving as if time doesn't exist. Astrology would have scientific support in a new science based on cosmic unification, it would contain truth, and the planets could never avoid influencing our lives astrologically. We'd affect the planets and everything else, too. This makes possible things which present-day science regards as absurd and superstitious nonsense. Unification naturally and inevitably allows things like extrasensory perception, telekinetic independence from technology, elimination of death - as well as the Real Reality of bypassing the vast distances in space/"distances" between past, present and future to make this a very, very tiny universe.

If the above has failed to let you glimpse the possibilities of a Unified Reality, maybe the paragraphs below will help:

A person's worldview includes the effects, and possibly the cause, of gravity. So electromagnetism has at least a subjective link to gravitation. Quantum physics suggests it's impossible to separate an observer from the observation (C.J. Isham, R. Penrose and D.W. Sciama [eds.] - "Quantum Gravity 2: A second Oxford Symposium", Oxford: Clarendon Press [1981] p.611), so the link may also be objective. Perhaps an objective link is established through Einstein's paper "Do gravitational fields play an essential role in the structure of elementary particles?" Perhaps the objective link is established through gravitation producing electromagnetism - the union of which might produce matter. Possible confirmation of this process is - Fermi (Space Telescope) detected a burst of gamma rays just 0.4 seconds after LIGO detected the first gravitational waves (from two colliding black holes - detected on September 14, 2015), and from the same general area of the sky. However, confirmation is not conclusive because the European INTEGRAL gamma-ray satellite did not receive the signal. (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics: "LIGO's Twin Black Holes Might Have Been Born Inside a Single Star" - However, the possibility remains that gravity can produce electromagnetism.

Albert Einstein is quoted as saying, "The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible" ("Physics and Reality" [1936], in Ideas and Opinions, trans.) Following Einstein's paper that asks "Do gravitational fields play an essential role in the structure of elementary particles?", our brains and the universe could be considered holograms in the sense of being interference patterns set up by interacting gravitational and electromagnetic waves. Neuroscientist Karl Pribram and quantum physicist David Bohm said our brains are holograms. (Forsdyke, D. R. [2009] - "Samuel Butler and human long term memory: Is the cupboard bare?", Journal of Theoretical Biology. 258: 156–164. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2009.01.028). Bohm later said brains are smaller pieces of the larger holographic image known as the cosmos, and that they contain the whole knowledge of the universe (Geoff Haselhurst - "David Bohm and the Holographic Universe" [2005], ... erse04.htm). Each mind always contains the whole picture, but with an unclear perspective i.e. its knowledge is “complete, though distorted”, like the Moon reflecting in the multitude of wavelets over a body of wavy water (the
reflection's called a glitter path). “If you could separate the multitude of wavelets and look at them in detail, you would see that each and every one of them reflects a complete, though distorted, image of the Moon …” ("The Long Track of the Moon", in the column “Secret Sky” in Astronomy magazine - September 2013)

We'll make very reliable and extremely rapid progress in the search for scientific truth when our brains learn how to decode our complete, though distorted, image of the world and space-time.


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