The Dimensions of Infinity

The Word ‘Frontier’ Is Entering an Entirely New Domain

We stand at a very special point in time, between all that has preceded this moment and all moments to come and, moreover, we are also situated at a very precise point at the frontier between all that is small and all that is large— between the microcosm and the macrocosm. While it may seem, to some, that there is nothing special about that po­sition, we are beginning to understand that any other place would be impossible. In this issue we feature two new DVDs which help to clarify the significance of our place in time and space, and the re-release of a set of three classic productions which help put our very ancient past into perspective.


Nassim Haramein

Do you remember what were you doing at nine years old? Were you thinking in depth about dimensions and ge­ometry? I know I wasn’t—but Nassim Haramein was! And he decided at that age that he was going to solve the prob­lems that he encountered in school regarding dimensions. He wanted to solve it that same day, and being a child, he thought he could. On the bus ride home, he made an impressive attempt at the solution. But, of course, it brought up many more facets of the problem. And though he didn’t know it at the time, he was actually tackling one of the fun­damental difficulties in advanced physics—something so crucial for our understanding of reality that it bleeds into advanced physics, advanced mathematics and all sorts of sciences. (This is all thoroughly explained by him in this workshop symposium.)

That was the start of 20 years of seeking knowledge about the structure of space and time and the nature of reali­ty, which has resulted in a unification theory with implications in theoretical physics, cosmology, quantum mechan­ics, biology, chemistry, archaeology, and anthropology, as well as philosophy and technology.

Born in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1962 to a Persian father and an Italian mother, he now lives in the United States. Always the independent thinker, he was kicked out of a science conference years ago for saying that we would find giant black holes at the centers of galaxies including our own. That prediction has come true, so now when he speaks of “black-white” holes, maybe we should listen! Speaking of a deeper view of black-hole dynamics, he says: “Black holes are no longer only absorbing material/information, but radiating this information back out in the form of elec­tromagnetic radiation, and the feedback between the two generates the topology of the dual torus structure of the Haramein-Rauscher solution driven by space-time. Now the black hole is no longer black since its exterior event hori­zon radiates, which is what I have been calling the white hole portion. Here the black hole/white hole are concentric to each other, where the black hole is inside and the white hole is concentrically structured outside and activates the plasma dynamics and Coriolis forces of the ergosphere of the black hole, which I coined the “black-white whole.” (Hang in there—you’ll get it!)

Even Dr. Stephen Hawking, who for nearly thirty years insisted that black holes could not radiate information, has recently announced a complete 180-degree turn in his views (much to his credit!) predicting that black holes may be able to radiate information.

Haramein has teamed up with renowned physicist, Elizabeth A. Rauscher, who has been awarded for outstanding contributions to astronomy and astrophysics, bioelectromagnetism and foundations of quantum theory. She was a nuclear scientist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and at Stanford Research Institute, Profes­sor of Physics at John F. Kennedy University of California, and research consultant to NASA and the U.S. Navy. She is author of over 200 scientific papers and four books, and she holds three U.S. patents and one European patent. To­gether, they have completed a scientific paper entitled, “The Origin of Spin: A Consideration of Torque and Coriolis Forces in Einstein’s Field Equations and Grand Unification Theory.” This paper has been accepted for publication by the peer-reviewed Noetic Journal, which publishes books of papers on the leading edge.

And this research IS on the leading edge! You see, according to Haramein, with all of the intricacies of both quan­tum theory and relativistic equations, no concepts nor fundamental theories have been postulated to describe the ori­gin of spin. Without spin/rotation, none of reality can come to exist. All things spin—even things that appear not to spin! Every atom in everything spins, on a planet that is spinning, in a solar system that is spinning inside a galactic disk and so on. One could say that spin is fundamental to creation. Their paper addresses this issue by adding a term to Einstein’s equations which accounts for a fundamental force in space-time generating torque, which is forcing the space-time manifold to spin. He stated that they solved the equation and related the solution to a modified Grand Unification Theory for the electromagnetic and subatomic particle scale of reality, and in doing so they have bridged the macro and the micro.

They named this amendment to Einstein’s Field Equations the Haramein-Rauscher solution. They believe that it will more accurately predict the observed dynamics of our universe, including its galactic clusters, galactic structures and universal behavior, without the need for exotic inclusions such as dark matter and dark energy. (When establish­ment physicists use Einstein’s Field Equations, they conclude that they’re missing 98% of the mass of the universe.

Instead of revising their equations, they assume something out there that they can’t see and they call it “dark matter” or “dark energy.”)

So, where do we each fit into this picture? Haramein says that our own living cells are at the point where the mi­cro and macro spin, and sees empowering implications in such data. “The body’s complexity is outrageous!” he states.

“The biological resolution is the link between the large and the small—YOU are the event horizon. Instead of see­ing yourself as an insignificant little dot that means nothing to the universe, begin to see yourself as the cen­ter…everyone else is the center of their universe as well…and we are all one.”

The lay person, such as I, can follow enough of Haramein’s step-by-step logic to completely enjoy this fascinating presentation. (He says that although this information seems quite complex, it is actually very accessible to everyone and that he teaches this material to seven-year-olds and eighty-year-olds and anywhere between, and everybody can get it.) I suggest that you DO plan the viewing times of this DVD, however, just as you are advised to do by the narra­tor at the very beginning. It would be best that you allow only short breaks between viewings, so you don’t lose the continuity. And—you can’t chitchat during it either, or you will miss some important connections. Sounds serious, doesn’t it? But it’s great fun, so just use the pause button when you wish to have a discussion, and then continue on, that’s all. Haramein’s light-hearted, enthusiastic approach is infectious, and the visuals and graphics are superb! This will be money well spent on a DVD you will view over and over and over again!

4-DVD set – 6 hours




Philip Gardiner

There is a somewhat reverent tone to Gardiner’s narration this time, as he discusses the ultimate question—does God exist? He gives his overview of the latest science and makes historical references as well. He points out that a se­ries of special numbers now exists which explain how all things work from the atom to the largest sun, gravity, elec­tromagnetism, light, and all manner of phenomena merged with the inter-linked, intertwined mathematical strands that unite all things together. What was created was a wonderful, crystal-like structure often termed the matrix. He quotes Max Planck: “We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. This mind is the matrix of all matter.”

Gardiner believes that we as humans are poised at the very center of this force and explains that it would take as many humans to make up the mass of the sun as there are atoms within each one of us. The sun is a billion meters in diameter, and a molecule is a billionth of a meter. We are perfectly situated in between. This is perfection in a mathe­matically balanced nature. And yet we are all unaware of our special position. Our size and our position in the solar system is crucial for life to exist as it does. Molecules, living cells, and minerals are all formed by atoms combining to­gether in special mixtures to create different substances. All are atoms; all are particles; all have some nuclear parti­cles, and the galaxies themselves are held in position by these sub-nuclear particles. What scientists do not yet know are the ultimate questions for them: What is the synthesis between the cosmos and the quantum world? What is the thread that links the quantum to the cosmos? Gardiner says that it is because of division in language, our perception, that this answer cannot be found, but we will discover the secret, wave-like thread and find that if we pull upon it, we shall unravel the mysteries of the universe.

Well, maybe that’s exactly what Haramein is onto (see review above for “Crossing the Event Horizon”). At least, it appears to be. Also covered by Haramein is the subject of dark matter, which is a part of Gardiner’s discussion.

It is Gardiner’s assertion that if a correlation were drawn between ourselves and the greater universe, then the galaxies of light would be the conscious world; and dark matter would be the unconsciousness—that we are in a re­markable likeness to the universe to what some would call God.

Discussing the topic of crystals, he once again refers to dark matter, saying that the form of a crystal is configured just like that of the universe, and indeed our own mind, which is also mainly empty space (no reference to air-headed!). It is in this space that scientists store and harness vast amounts of information, in the dark matter of the crystal.

Gardiner further talks of the void inside every atom as well as in the vastness of space and says that we call it dark matter because we don’t understand it.

But maybe Haramein’s solution can shed light on this for him, as stated above.

I suggest that you view both Gardiner’s and Haramein’s DVDs, as the topics are interrelated.

This production has nice graphics, which we have come to expect from Reality Entertainment’s productions. And yes, the music is appropriate most of the time; it rarely overrides Gardiner’s narration.

DVD – 65 min.



MYSTERIOUS ORIGINS OF MAN: Rewriting Human History

B.C. Video

For those who follow the topics of this magazine there have been several major media events which have helped to open public awareness to the issues which we address. At the top of the list has been NBC’s broadcast of The Mys­tery of the Sphinx in the mid ’90s. The program, narrated by Charleton Heston introduced the public to the notion that there was a view contrary to standard egyptology about the age of the Sphinx, and thus the age of civilization, and that this view was supported by the strongest kind of scientific evidence—namely geology. The program caused a sensation, enjoyed very high ratings, won an emmy and did much to create the climate in which this magazine emerged. The Mystery of the Sphinx, though, was not the end of the story. Soon the producers were back on the air with another, even more controversial, program. Also narrated by Charlton Heston, The Mysterious Origins of Man challenged the very foundations of conventional archaeology and paleon-tology, focusing primarily on the research of Atlantis Rising columnist Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson in their underground classic Forbidden Archaeolo­gy. At the core of the show’s argument was the notion that modern humans have been around much longer than is generally believed by orthodoxy. Once again, the show stirred up a hornet’s nest, which may be the reason that NBC, despite the continued good ratings, apparently tired of the battle. There would be no more prime time specials. The producers, nevertheless, soldiered on and brought forth a followup, Mysterious Origins of Man II, and subsequently another program on a similar theme, Jurassic Art, dealing with a strange collection of artifacts know as the Ice stones.

The two Origins shows and the Jurassic show were first sold as a set in VHS several years ago, and now have been re-released in a new package from UFO Video as a 3-DVD set. If somehow you missed the original productions, you owe it to yourself to get the new set and to see for yourself what all the ruckus was about. The three-part director’s cut of the NBC Special has been remastered and includes over four hours of bonus documentary material.

With Origins I and II, B.C. director Bill Cote has created a revolutionary pair of films that examine one of our greatest mysteries—human origins. All three shows challenge what we are being taught about human evolution and the rise of early civilization. A new breed of scientific investigator presents startling evidence that the academic com­munity has ignored:

Did humans evolve from the ape? Human artifacts and bones have been found that are older than the theory of ev­olution allows.

Did humans live at the time of the dinosaur? Human footprints have been found next to dinosaur footprints dated to over 100 million years ago.

Could the “Lost Continent of Atlantis” be buried under two miles of ice? Graham Hancock reveals how ancient maps may hold the answer to the mystery of Atlantis. A megalithic city high in the Bolivian Andes has been dated to 15,000 B.C. What unknown civilization could have built it?

If this compelling evidence is allowed to speak for itself, human history on this planet could be radically different than what is accepted today and may be due for a full rewrite. Included here are the facts about this amazing mystery and a fascinating series of spellbinding interviews with researchers, scientists, and the best known, most credible au­thorities in the world today. Included are uncut interviews with Robert Bauval, David Childress, Michael Cremo, Gra­ham Hancock, Richard Milton and Richard Thompson.

Next time you are in an argument with some hard-headed defender of conventional group think, these are the programs you will want to introduce in defense of your side, and then rest your case.

Needless to say, the production quality, as you would expect from a major network production, is first class, fea­turing great on-location footage from all over the world, terrific editing, and wonderful music.

3 DVDs – 341 min.




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