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Light and the Feel of Numbers

Jay Dyer – Consciousness is constantly being produced by an energy that comes from the depths of the unconscious.

How Scientists Stopped Light

Video – An amazing scientific achievement where scientists have managed to not only slow down light photons, but stop and hold them in place for a full minute! What does this really mean??

The Optical Universe

Chris Plouffe, GrahamHancock.com Waking Times The Law of Balance There is really one law in the Universe and that is balance. All other things come from balance. The Universe doesn’t allow anything other than balance to be replicated. Balance is based on the Love principle of giving and re-giving. The principles of rhythm, vibration, time,

Architecture of the Light

Ida Lawrence, Contributor Waking Times Is it true that nothing is going to change until the people change? Years ago I heard a smart old lady say, “People never change… they just become ‘more so’. I objected when I heard her words… that’s not true! But now, having been through more than a few decades,

Quantum Microphone Picks Up Link Between Light and Sound

Christina Sarich, Staff Writer Waking Times Recording the ‘music’ of the Universe just got a lot more interesting thanks to some scientists from Chalmers who have now demonstrated sound still exists even at the level of ‘quantum quietness.’ Like beat boxers and DJs spinning a record to make virtual sound in a microscopic recording studio, this new

Things We Can’t See

Waking Times When you think about it, there is a great deal out there that we can’t see. Our eyes only respond to a very narrow range of electromagnetic radiation.  The following diagram demonstrates just how narrow our range of vision compared to the overall electromagnetic spectrum. So we can’t see anything that generates or reflects

See With Light Blinding Your Vision: A Rainbow Body to Heal Cancer

Christina Sarich, Contributing Writer Waking Times  Imagine the unseen electromagnetic spectrum of light, which we currently don’t see. William Herschel once broke up the full spectrum of white light with a quartz crystal prism in order to divide the spectrum into viewable and measurable colors. He even used a thermometer to measure each colors’ temperature