Don’t expect it to be taught in schools anytime soon . . .
If you want to explore recent exciting discoveries that not only challenge, but dispute, current ideas of our existence please check out Gregg Braden in this video. Also check out this video with Stephen Meyer and his book titled Darwin’s Doubt.
These gentlemen are offering science that shows human beings as homo sapiens exploded on the scene a couple hundred thousand years ago without the genetic connections required for evolutionary theory to explain. Evolution exists but homo sapiens do not trace back to any other forms of life, so the new controversial evidence shows. This is paradigm shattering.
If this is so, there are a few ideas or hypothesis that might explain: Intelligent design, God, different kinds of interventions, or maybe even simulation theory, which I’ve taken a liking to for many years now.
If you want to know more about the simulation hypothesis, I recommend Tom Campbell’s My Big Toe (Theory of Everything). It is a trilogy of books that are a truly fascinating read. Well worth the effort to get through Tom’s opus.
Another of my favorite physicists, Nassim Haramein also gives so much to dwell on as he retells the story of the famous double-slit experiment and much, much, more in this video.
Oh, how fun it is to feel invigorated with the newest learnings and information out there today. And with the internet, which still remains somewhat free in spite of the recent censorships that degrade the platforms and demean human intelligibility to discern, we are able to be in the company of these kinds of great thinkers and writers who are daring to follow the truth, no matter how anomalous, and lead us to a much deeper and richer understanding of our world and our lives.
Of course, for me, I remain in the mystery. I will not commit to any one possibility. For me it has always been about staying in the mystery and honoring that tradition. My teacher of 17 years, Brugh Joy, helped me realize the importance of the mystery schools and the teachings thereof. Listen to a small slice of Brugh’s thoughts in this video. For a radical rethinking of wholeness see Brugh’s book Avalanche.
As my students know, I share my thoughts in my classes about how these new ideas can be used to deepen and expand our creativity as performers. This is what excites me most these days. My actors are on the cutting edge of stumbling through with me, a new path for performers to take to discover transcendent states of consciousness to mine the infinite possibilities of the imagination.
This is why my master’s program at the State University of New York went so awry at my thesis presentation. This kind of information is not only not accepted by academia in general, but it is pushed out altogether by the dogmatic stance of higher education which has left the earlier mission of liberality of thinking and questioning.
In 2004, Celina and I came to East Lansing and opened our center with the name The Gate, which stood for Gateway to the Arts through Transformational Energy. We continue this process, me more so with the performing arts, Celina more so in the healing arts.
In joy, enjoy the links.