For many years, I have hoped that someday scientists might study what is being said by my Imagined Einstein.
In the past, I have asked the less formal variety of experts—high school science teachers and amateur physicists—to give me their impressions on how scientifically accurate this information is. Up until now, I have been hesitant to ask “real” scientists, thinking that they would not be able to get past the “woo woo” origins of the information.
However, maybe 2017 will bring more open minds, mine included. I recently came across an group that has given me hope and inspired me to reach out to those trained in academic science to review our work.
Science and Nonduality (SAND) is an organization whose mission is tofoster a new relationship to spirituality, free from religious dogma, based on timeless wisdom traditions, informed by cutting-edge science, and grounded in direct experience. I discovered it when a friend sent me a video of Deepak Chopra speaking at a SAND conference:
To begin, let us assure you that this worldview draws on age-old theories and philosophies: Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, Mayan principles, shamanic persuasions, the Essences, Atlantis, the Aborigines, the Sámi, the Inuits, the Mu, et al. Using the wisdom extracted from these diverse spiritual cultures, we have written a recipe for manifestation of world peace, one person at a time, starting within each individual.
Informed by cutting-edge science:
This process is also drawn from the sciences of the Earth—geology, geography, biology, cosmology, etc.—as well as the sciences of the physical body—neurology, physiology, psychology, etc.—to create what we feel is the most comprehensive view of “everything,” aka a unified field theory. Our proposal brings together all energy into one creation—you—experiencing everything there is to feel, think, and sense of the physical and energetic worlds.
Grounded in direct experience:
The bottom line is that our process of manifesting peace cannot succeed unless you commit to becoming a conscious channel for the newly-discovered fifth fundamental force of the universe—Compassion—in the quantifiable ways we will describe.
One thing that I appreciate about our work is the amount of hands-on experience that has gone into testing the theories. Thousands of people around the world have used Conflict REVOLUTION to bring peace to their lives. Einstein has stressed from the beginning that without our participation, these are just ideas that sit on a shelf while the world beats itself to death.
Captivated by the SAND group, I started writing to the scientists listed on their website, asking if they might read my new book and tell me their thoughts. Lo, I received a response from Edward Frenkel, a world-class mathematicians who wrote a book called Love and Math. He invited me to send him the book. Wow.
I emailed him the eBook yesterday. So now we wait. Maybe time is finally catching up to us …
Einstein, et al.: Manifestation, Conflict REVOLUTION & The New Operating System
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Thank you so much for accepting my book. A few notes …
I did not start out wanting to speak to Einstein from beyond the grave. In fact, I never intended to be a channel. I began as a musician and my big dream was to be a rock star.
At a very early age, I climbed up to the piano and began teaching myself how to play. By the age of 12 I had already written a dozen songs. I had no idea what many of them meant. They were dark, complex, tortured compositions that I just assumed reflected my abused childhood.
As a teenager, I described the process of writing music as listening for a song that was already written and transcribing it into chords, melody and lyrics. I believe this was a prelude to channeling.
I left home at 17 to begin my career as a musician. While I had an interest in books like Seth Speaks, and my friend’s mother gave us all “readings,” I had no intention of doing this work.
Through a series of debilitating events, I discovered my ability to channel. Like my mentor, I described it only as being able to tap into a greater gestalt of information and articulating that information into words and organized in a way that made sense to the listener. Over the years, it has evolved into something that, to this day, boggles my mind.
The reason I am reaching out to you is because, I have always maintained that my work was to present a theoretical story line on how matter is manifest, and that someday it might inspire the real scientists and mathematicians to write the mathematical formulas for my Imagined Einstein’s ideas.
When I published my first Einstein book in 2005, we began working with black holes and gravitational waves. When I teach Conflict REVOLUTION, people learn that we have our own portion of a gravitational wave that begins in the center of the Earth and carries with it all of the math that will eventually organize into matter on the surface of the planet in the Lens. The Source, Lens and Observer are straight out of black hole information, but they have become vital aspects of human consciousness and its ability to organize energy into matter.
What to me has been the most brilliant part of this work is his scientific definition of Compassion. Much like Einstein’s fascination with the compass in real life, this definition is based on the compass—both the instrument for determining true north, and the one the draws circles—and turns them into a brilliant and quantifiable force: the intelligence that organizes the other four fundamental forces into the manifestation of matter, one step at a time.
Last year, all the stuff I have been channeling was confirmed when scientists at LIGO and MIT announced that they had detected the gravitational waves first predicted by Einstein in his Theory of General Relativity in 1915. LIGO studied two black holes colliding and documented the gravitational waves with sensitive monitoring equipment able to detect fluctuations in the spacetime continuum. It fit exactly into my Imagined Einstein’s information. And while it was astonishing to me that it validated my work, it still remains somewhat maddening.
I want to conclude by saying, sincerely, this journey is quite confounding most of the time. I have nothing more than a high school education and dropped out of science in 10th grade. But I stand by my belief that Einstein has found a way to reach beyond and grave and prove the existence of “life after death” beginning with himself. That my life has been organized quite outside my intentions shows me something much greater is at work.
So thank you again. My only wish is that you suspend your judgments of where it came from and read it through “as if” it really were written by Einstein. Because I could never have made this up no matter how much you paid me.