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Discussion in 'The Cellar' started by junk notes, Apr 17, 2021.
Is this a theory of "The Secret"?
This is what you get when you get a group of comic book readers in one room.
They ran out of aliens for their circle jerk? News says that there are plenty of UAP spaceships?
At the eleventh second, the rabbi states that "everything has its own vibration, therefore everything has its own consciousness."
So basically he is equating vibration with consciousness. That is a VERY big leap to make considering science has yet to understand what consciousness is.
That's where he lost me.
And I suspect science never will be able to explain consciousness. We'll always get a deeper understanding as we evolve, but is there really an end on how deep it goes? What the rabbi mentions has more to do with (occult) philosophy. H.P. Blavatsky said "Everything in the Universe, throughout all its kingdoms, is conscious: i.e., endowed with a consciousness of its own kind and on its own plane of perception."
BTW, The whole Ancient aliens thing I find a bit laughable, but I guess it's good entertainment.
In quantum mechanics string theory, all matter is made of energy vibrations at their most fundamental level.
All of our perceived reality is just vibrations in space-time.
Welcome to the Matrix.
I am very familiar with Madame Blavatsky and theosophy and also with Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy. I spent many years studying his work. I love this kind of stuff...
What is that pulse theory or something?
So, tones, yes divisible, etc., when associated with gods, planets, solar systems, Greeks, etc., somehow become profound and "seemingly" like the sing songs together?
Basically they could have just said everything has a resident frequency and may gives off a tone or tones. Everything they said could be summed up by farting while sitting on a cardboard box. Every molecule involved ...sang, right? The molecules (or makeup of them) are not intentionally harmonizing in unison "making music" like the vid leads one to half believe. It's just a random group of tones.
There is an art in saying a lot with a mystical voice tone, but if followed very closely, you can often find they've actually said virtually nothing at all.
Politicians are masters of this. So are the writers of these kind of shows.
"To one, the world is a great harmony, like a noble strain of music with infinite modulations; to another, it is a huge factory, the clash and clang of whose machinery jars upon his ears and frets him to madness."
I think I first saw/heard this here, but you just reminded me of it.
More like a world of never ending clashing dissonance. They act like these things are actually playing music in harmony; almost with intent. Lol.
You're missing too many note without the box involved. Bring the great cardboard box of ancient Rome into the picture. We need to be miraculous.
The point I was trying to make above was not to brag about my educational background. If there is anything I have learned from studying spirituality is to approach it with a very healthy dose of skepticism.
In my younger days, I would pretty much accept anything without proof if it aligned with my beliefs. Today, I no longer accept something just because some famous guru says it's so.
I think we need to be more critical and skeptical than ever because it's becoming more and more difficult to tell the truth from lies. We've all seen large parts of our society become fragmented because of very influential liars in recent times.
We need to be vigilant and careful and watch each other's backs. Strive hard to seek out the truth.
Wow, dude. Amen to that.