That makes sense!
The random opening of a temporary cosmic thinking ability – as we come across it with Einstein and his colleagues – is not enough to develop fairly complete cosmic theories.
In spite of all endeavours and mental efforts, they must always remain what they are: fragmentary.Medizin Aktuell:
That is why scientists and researchers are continuing to search on the basis of these theories!Peter Hübner:
If we want to develop cosmic theories, which are far-reaching, we have to stabilise our cosmic ability to think
But this is only possible if we have suitable technologies available, to develop and train our cosmic ability to think in the first place.Medizin Aktuell:
Without doubt that would be the natural pre-condition!
And this means that we must overcome our deep sleep
purposefully and in a technological systematic manner: that we have to break through this absolute sound barrier of our limited civilised world – this is the inevitable pre-condition for the active and deliberate opening of those gateways to the cosmic worlds that have been closed for so long.
That these are not the supposedly cosmic worlds of our civilised world, which human beings, captured in their three main states of consciousness with their limited ability to think
and their spaceships, are trying to cross – this should be plausible after the aforementioned explanations.
Because what is today called “cosmos”, was never the material cosmos for Pythagoras, who coined
this term, but only the most external expression or: the material periphery of a non-material
cosmos at the basis of this, thus: a peripheral phenomenon of cosmic occurrence, which he did
not even deal with in his school.
We must remember: even our so-called heathen ancestors in ancient Europe were engaged in studies, which were very precise and scientifically extremely thorough, of 10 cosmic worlds, all behind deep sleep, and all beyond this material cosmos – as we believe to “know” it so exclusively in our times.
They called our cosmos and our material world, we are now so occupied with, “outside world” – or “outside field”: “outside area”.
And they did not find it worthwhile to occupy themselves with it in earnest – just like
nowadays the general public does not regard it as especially interesting and desirable to occupy
themselves with what our bodies leave behind as e.g. faeces or sweat or flaking skin, which our
bodies constantly discard.
I would like to explain this, giving mathematics as an example: for Pythagoras – who,
among other things, coined the term “mathematics”, giving it its orientation – mathematics
played a major central part in the scientific integration of natural sciences,
humanities, art, and religions
But for Pythagoras, mathematics was, above all, the subject of meditation for coping with this task – the meditative contemplation and meditative decoding of the world: the meditative understanding of nature’s laws and as its core: the knowledge of the cosmic harmony laws
Let us start at zero. Zero means for us today: nothing
. When a businessman says to another one:
My accounts are zero, I have nothing left, I am at the end”, then the one colleague expresses
his deepest sympathy, whilst the other congratulates him and says: “Be happy, that is quite good,
I am in the red!”