aka Synchronicity?

  Hard, really, to find physics any less weird than most religions – at least once past robe and sandals expectations.  Example?  How about Bell’s Theorem.

  Remember how nothing can move faster than the speed of light?  That if a star blows up in a galaxy many light years distant, it would be impossible for us here on earth to know anything at all about the event until its light reached someone’s eyeballs some millions of years down the road? 

  OK, now one would thus suppose that if something happens here, there could be no instantaneously connected event over there.  Whether across the room or in that other galaxy.  Locality they call it.  Must be present to win.  That is what the theory of relativity holds.

  Well an aspect of quantum physics holds that there can indeed be “spooky action at a distance” as Einstein put it.  That part of the theory is what caused him (with two colleagues) to write “Can Quantum-Mechanical Description of Physical Reality be Considered Complete” in 1935.  He never did buy in.

  Quantum theory was developed before there were means by which to test many aspects of it.  But a theorem developed by John Stewart Bell in 1964 and experiments in particle physics since have shown that an event here can in fact be subtly entwined with one way over there.    

  Physicist Brian Greene makes an analogy using dice.  An identical pair is separated – one goes to Vegas and one to Monte Carlo.  They are repeatedly thrown at exactly the same time.  If ‘entwined’ they somehow always come up the same.  No one has yet figured out how or why.

  David Harrison, a professor at the University of Ontario commented in an essay that: “Bell’s Theorem is the most profound discovery of science… not just physics, but all of science”.  At the end he notes that it would force Einstein to accept Quantum Physics were he still alive.

  And as Greene writes in his book The Fabric Of The Cosmos: “Numerous assaults on our conception of reality are emerging from modern physics…  Of those that have been experimentally verified, I find none more mind-boggling than the recent realization that our universe is not local.”


One Response to “aka Synchronicity?”

  1. Todd Laurence Says:

    Jung worked with Pauli, the physicist, for many
    years. Their letters were published under the
    title, “atom and archetype” -1932-1958….
    It includes their final conclusions about
    ‘acausality’ – i.e., synchronicity principle, and
    the nature of number – as the most primal
    archetype of order in the human mind.
    “man has need of the word, but in essence
    number is sacred.” Jung….
    “our primary mathematical intuitions can
    be arranged before we become conscious
    of them.” Pauli….

    In 1558., Nostradamus, writing to King Henri,
    mentions the Chaldean number/alphabet, (numerology). He also adds the code number
    1080, which has long been known as the universal
    number, per Plato and others. In fact, the total
    of estimated elemental particles is, 10 ^80th

    By adding this number, Nostradamus is
    indicating that he used the Chadean system
    to indicate which quatrains relate to our

    This is easily proven by the fact that
    researchers at Princeton University, verified
    experiences in number symbolism, and that
    the only possible answer is that number
    is an archetype of order that has become


    There are other unique coincidences, especially
    about the star Kochab.

    1. It, and a companion are known as the Guardians
    of the Pole.
    2. The two meanins for the term Kochab are.
    1. The Star 2.Waiting Him that Cometh

    One chamber of the great pyramid is aligned
    with Kochab, dated to 2,467 b.c.e.

    Other details in google search, numomathematics

    “entelekk – numomathematics

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