In 1957, the New York University Library of Scientific Thought published a book titled Theories of the Universe: From Babylonian Myth to Modern Science. The book explains how, for thousands of years, non-technical writing on cosmology was associated with mythological mathematics and political power. Priests who use cosmological math to calculate an eclipse could become politically influential. Greek scholars built political structures from how ancient gods dealt with humans on Olympus, and Babylonian kings devised ancient forms of government policies of conquest, based on the advice of the god Marduk.
The New York Scientific Library book mentions how, during the 20th century, mathematician Albert Einstein expanded on Babylonian mathematical mythology by deriving his 1917 theory of relativity and his theory of participatory observer creation. Regardless of the book’s philosophical worldview, we know for a fact that Lord Bertrand Russell was heavily involved with Babylonian mythological mathematics. He used this to defend the worship of what Einstein defined as the ‘Prime Law of all Sciences’. Russell’s most famous essay, entitled ‘The Worship of a Free Man’, was about how we must live in despair that there is any substance to any of our most ennobling hopes for the future. According to Russell and Einstein, this is because these higher aspirations will eventually be totally destroyed within a universe in thermodynamic ruin, in accordance with the operation of the universal law of energy chaos.
This particular article is concerned with ancient Egyptian mythological mathematics associated with the worship of the ancient Egyptian goddess, Maat. This Goddess was held to prevent the universe from returning to a state of chaos, which is a science that completely defies Einstein’s worldview. Although Einstein was correct about the physical workings of the cosmos, he discounted the energies associated with the evolution of emotion. Nanotechnology has provided photographic evidence that within the molecule of emotion, the energies of Einstein’s quantum mechanical chaos actually intertwine with the energies of quantum biology, proving that his great genius was unbalanced for dismissing the existence of energy. of biological information. The point to note is that the complex dynamical energy system logic of nanotechnology, as well as the Egyptian mathematics of life, extended a fractal logic to infinity, rather than the extinction that Einstein’s worldview insists on. what must happen. This most inspiring energetic scenario is compatible with the workings of Einstein’s close colleague David Bohm’s infinite holographic universe.
Harvard University Novartis Professor Amy Edmondson, in her biography of the engineer Buckminster Fuller, wrote that Fuller derived his balanced synergistic universe from the mathematics of the philosopher Plato, who had in turn developed it from the theories of ancient Egypt. belonging to the cult of Maat. . Plato warned that developing cosmology by assuming that the eye was responsible for creative knowledge would only lead to the destructive evil of formless matter within the atom. Einstein’s E = Mc squared is the basic mathematical equation for thermonuclear destruction and Einstein’s insistence that the eye is the key to creative participation within the universe is tantamount to worshiping the ancient Egyptian and Greek gods of Chaos. The religious ethos of the Church is based on platonic love. But the Church does not understand Plato’s mathematical atomistic explanation. Saint Augustine banished the mathematical atomistic working of platonic love as the work of the devil, because he incorrectly thought that it belonged to the cult of the Babylonian goddess of prostitution and war, Ishtar.
After a period of two hundred years of the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy merging ethics with Anaxagoras’ theory of creation, its mathematical structure was modified to become a fractal dynamic expression linking the function of the atoms of Plato’s soul with infinity. This was the act of observing participation that Einstein could not comprehend because he thought, like Leonardo da Vinci, René Descartes, and Sir Francis Bacon before him, that all knowledge had to come from visual perception, like looking down into a powerful microscope. to look. subatomic particles.
The Church has such sexual orientation confusion about the role of platonic love during intercourse, that in order to derive the technology pertaining to creative thinking to replace Einstein’s journey to extinction, we need to develop an accepted medical science of human survival on the subject. . . This may be considered impossible when we consider the confusing war of angels and demons on the subject associated with the long-standing dispute between the Church and the Knights Templar worship of Jesus Christ. Buckminster Fuller predicted the solution by hinting at a future supercomputer to provide the answer. This is a similar concept to creating a supercomputer that can win chess games against the great chess champions or even more complicated Watson supercomputer games, winning games of Jeopardy. The world game theory published by Buckminster was to solve problems far beyond the capacity of any current form of government. In Fuller’s own words “To make the world work, for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or disadvantage to anyone” (Fuller had received many awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom presented to him on February 23, 1983 by President Ronald Reagan).
In Australia, there are currently moves in Parliament to create a Royal Commission on Child Abuse Practices within the Christian Church. The Church is responsible for the unpublished documents of Sir Isaac Newton, discovered in the last century, being classified as Documents of the Newton Heresy. Among them was Newton’s conviction that a deeper natural philosophy existed to balance the mechanical description of the universe and that its basic physical principles were the same as the lost Greek atomistic science of universal love, taught at Oxford University by the scientist Giordano Bruno, before the Church tortured him and then burned him alive for teaching it. It seems that the Church has some deep-seated sexual issues that prevent the development of a human survival super-technology in favor of preserving the spirit of extinction of modern science tainted by religion.
During the 20th century, Lord Bertrand Russell was the leading proponent of free sex in Britain, which he had related to the metaphysical sexual ethos of Babylonian mythological mathematics. Together he and Albert Einstein insisted on using only the mathematical logic that was applied to the construction of atomic matter after light was created, as mentioned in the Old Testament. However, Buckminster Fuller developed Plato’s axiom that ‘Everything is geometry’, applied before the creation of light and this mathematics of human survival.
The ancient Egyptian mythical god of creation, Atum, masturbated in the cosmic egg declaring “Let there be light” and Anaxagoras’s most sophisticated theory of creation was about the universal urge to throw sperm into the cosmic egg linked to a rotating force which acts on primordial particles in space to create the worlds. This description of the force of gravity went on to provide spin to the created worlds to transfer the knowledge of creation to the atoms of Plato’s soul. Pythagoras introduced light into that description of humans made in the image of cosmic creation and this concept caused the great discoverers of the forces of electromagnetic reality of the 18th and 19th centuries to seek God’s electromagnetic ethics for perpetual peace in mankind. Earth. Today it is known that the electromagnetic motor that drives the tail of the sperm towards the egg is transformed by the female field into the cellular centriole. This, in turn, energizes the first bone developed in the embryo, the sphenoid bone, to carry the divine message of creation into the electromagnetic workings of creative consciousness, not the observing eye of Einstein’s involvement. Since the eye does not even exist at the moment of conception, there is no natural continuity that belongs to the Einsteinian worldview in which the eye is responsible for the evolution of the universe.
The strange concept of public ceremonies in which the pharaohs had to masturbate in the Nile River to honor the creator god Atum will no doubt one day be explained in the subatomic brain physics of the medical supercomputer envisioned by Fuller. However, so will the strangest and most horrible results of St. Augustine’s translation of the Platonic evil of formless matter within the atom as the evil of female sexuality. That ghastly ethos was central to St. Thomas Aquinas’s worldview, becoming the logical basis for three hundred years of perverted sadistic sexual rites pertaining to the ritual torture and burning alive of countless women and children as witches. Today’s societal disgust at public displays of any primitive masturbation ceremony becomes a trivial matter in comparison to that prolonged nightmare of ritualized sexual perversion.
Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein were dedicated scientists with genuine artistic leanings and may their work be honored by immortalizing it beyond the limitations of the 20th century obsession with an unbalanced understanding of the second law of thermodynamics. May this spirit of moderation regarding cosmological mythical mathematics extend to the ability of the prophet Mohammed to be able to describe the workings of the cosmos in terms that are now being attested to by the recent discoveries made by the Hubble telescope. May Al Haitham’s corrections to Plato’s spiritual engineering optics, made during the Golden Age of Islamic Science, be once again shared in debate by Christians, Jews and Muslims, as it was for two hundred years in the School of Translators from Toledo, Spain. . That the supercomputer envisioned by Buckminister Fuller be built to ensure that the 21st century Renaissance comes into being so that World War III can be averted in the name of platonic love. That same desire to advance Plato’s theology towards an atomistic technology was also the message of Marcilio Ficino who defended what is known as the Renaissance of the fifteenth century.
© Professor Robert Pope,
Advisor to the President Oceania and Australasia of the Einstein-Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM)