With Electric Universe theory, it’s out the door with traditional notions of physics, gravity, and space… well, maybe not out the door completely, but certainly into a bigger space. I appreciate the neat elegance of this paradigm, and especially the reproducibility certain aspects of it afford in both laboratories and astronomical observatories, in the micro and the macro. To skeptics, I say, is it more reasonable that random clumping of material in space created this and other planets? It is a theory, and worthy of study and thoughtful consideration.
Exploring this field (no pun intended) led me to get better acquainted with the work of Immanuel Velikovsky and in turn to even more radical notions of the ancient observable sky in the work of David Talbott and others. Being a lifelong student of myth and cultures, I find the ideas they present to be somewhat satisfying. The thought that there is an underlying scientific validity, unexplored as it may yet be, is thrilling, for there is nothing quite so exciting as discovery. Especially if that discovery is such that your whole relationship to reality is changed.
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Thunderbolts of the Gods
I discovered the Electric Universe Theory just as the Thunderbolts.info YouTube channel came online in the late 2000s. I devoured everything I could about it, trusting that those finer points of the theory would osmotically infiltrate pockets of awareness and allow my mind to learn a new system of thought.
The Primer Fields
Currently accepted theories of physics and astrophysics are shaken to the core by a radical new theory of the fundamental forces in all matter.
Skimming the edges of Velikovsky’s work in relation to the topic of our current planetary configuration, I do find his ideas to be fascinating. If they are somewhat flawed, yet they have pointed the way to some aspect of present EU theory less flawed, plausible, and more mathematically, scientifically compelling. Here you’ll find a series of videos featuring the man himself, sharing knowledge directly, and related information.
In 1950, Immanuel Velikovsky threw down a gauntlet to astronomers in his sensational best-selling book, Worlds in Collision, where he proposed, on the basis of documentary evidence, that gravitation is an electromagnetic phenomenon. Leading American astronomers were enraged and behaved like medieval priests whose sanctified gravitational cosmology was being violated. They pressured Macmillan, the textbook publisher, to burn the best-selling book. The fact neither Newton nor Einstein explained gravity seemed to go unnoticed.
Saturn Polar Configuration
Maybe this is a tough one to swallow. Understanding the Saturn polar configuration theory surely requires a reconfiguration of the most fundamental truths about the evolution of planets and planetary systems. But it also asks for that truth to accommodate observable phenomena and globally pervasive symbols, figures, and deep memory. Worth considering.
Symbols of an Alien Sky
Symbols of an Alien Sky introduces celestial spectacles and earth-shaking events once remembered around the world. Archaic symbols of these events still surround us, some as icons of the world’s great religions, though the origins of the symbols appear to be lost in obscurity.
… because sometimes things change when you put energy into them.
Discourses on an Alien Sky
In these short (5 to 15 minutes long) periodic updates on various fascinating aspects of the material presented in Symbols of an Alien Sky, David Talbott carefully and masterfully explains what may well be the basis of much of our present world and traditions of belief, art, and thought.
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