Quantum Theory

Quantum Theory

About 2converse

I learned Tarot and Numerology in 1997. I started my astrology studies in 1998. In the intervening years I have taken workshops attended classes and forums, with Mary Greer in Sydney, with Shelley Ackerman and Jeannie Reed at the The Quest Bookshop in New York. I read books between 15 - 30 hours a week on a wide variety of topics. I have also created my own divination system that uses three numbers. Which is a combination of Tarot, Astrology and Numerolgy.
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4 Responses to Quantum Theory

  1. Troy Johnson says:

    Fascinating stuff! Do you have any thoughts on quantum theory and how it relates to your studies?

  2. Hi Troy. I was reading a bit about it and the people involved last year. The thing that is really interesting is that is a theory of probability, and there is a dividing line between the very small and the very large.
    I have to say that I don’t have the mathematical skills but some of the ideas are interesting. For instance an atom when it changes energy state it disappears and then reappears. That matter exist as a probability in a field. That we can only locate a particle’s position or momentum not both. I read somewhere that time travel is not impossible according to Quantum theory.
    Some of the ideas in Quantum theory sound like mysticism.
    The idea that underpins Astrology, Numerology, Tarot, Magick and other areas of esoterica is correspondence. So this symbol or action is related or effects some other action. Quantum theory says that before the universe began the four forces of nature were a unity. That there was only one thing and it expanded. So you could infer that everything is connected although it seems different.
    There are two books I would recommend Ken Wilber has a book on religion and Quantum theory. Also Amit Goswami who was in what the bleep do we know. He is a Quantum Theory who talks about the consciousness of the universe.

  3. Troy Johnson says:

    “Some of the ideas in Quantum theory sound like mysticism.” Yeah, that is what I was wondering.

    Then whole concept that “everything is connected although it seems different” is fascinating and seems consitent with many religious beliefs.

    While their is an effort to unify the equations with govern the very large and the very small. It seems there could also be a similiar effort to “unify” the worlds beliefs. In other words fight to find the commonality rather than running around killing each others over the differences…

  4. Delano Strachen says:

    I am totally onside with that idea/feeling/philosophy. I feel that religions are like languages, you are using diffeent sounding words to describe the same thing.

    In Quantum Theory gravity is the odd force amongst the four forces, Strong Force, the Weak Force and Electromagnetic. The idea popped into my head/inner voice that Gravity is a type of electromagnetism. I haven’t seen any books about this yet. I haven’t really pursued it because I don’t know enough science to understand the answers and I try to work on one experiment/project at a time that is interesting to me and that doesn’t offer financial renumeration.

    I think the problem of Religion, Politics, Sex, Race or any other dividing category is about, ego, power, control and elitism. The mind likes to put things in boxes. Pythagoreans defined the number 1 as unity and by extension the Creator. They defined to as a duality and evil, since there is a difference. For me if there is a difference then there is likely to be conflict. I prefer to think that each individual is a leaf but we are all part of the same tree.

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