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Quantum physics in ancient times?
The seal VA / 243 and Akkadian seal of the third millennium BC, now in the Vorderasiatische Abteilung of the State Museum in Berlin under the name VA / 243.
If we look closely at the seal is known, in addition to three figures, a star surrounded by eleven smaller circles of various sizes. One in the center represents our sun while the eleven rounds are nine classical planets, our moon and an unknown Planet X, called Nibiru, home of the gods. These are the foundations upon which the theory: I say that at the main belt of asteroids of the solar system would have once found a planet the Sumerians called Tiamat and the Babylonians “Marduk“. This celestial body would have collided with the planet Nibiru, the original home of the gods of Sumer. From the disastrous collision between Nibiru and Tiamat, told in epic form in the Sumerian poem Enuma Elish-babilinese, it would be born the Earth (Sumerian, “Ki”), then push in its current orbit by a subsequent additional gravitational disturbance of Nibiru, and current asteroid belt.
This essay will try, using elements of quantum physics, supported with texts of Greek philosophers about the atomism, to show that this seal is not our solar system. I do not agree with the theory of professor Sitchin when he argues that the Sumerian civilization is the cradle of modern civilization. Nothing more ‘false. That is to deny (or worse “omit”) the very existence of the oldest civilizations of Sumer dated around 4000 BC such as, for example, the Chinese empire and the peoples of the Indus Valley who own roots dating back to 9000 BC. Many of Sitchin professor readers were fascinated by his theories about heavenly titanic collisions, and have accepted that the seal represent our solar system.
Now that the minds of scientists, supporters and antonyms have subsided now that the seal in question has been put in its case, and now that science has achieved goals that seemed insurmountable and time to re-study all over again. Starting again, then, from scratch. Aristotle, Plato, Leucippus, Democritus, Epicurus, Lucretius. As we will see, we can define “the spiritual fathers of all modern physics.” Are the founders of atomism. The atomism, philosophical culture of ancient Greece, is a natural philosophical address ontological (The ontology and ‘one of the fundamental branches of philosophy. And’ the study of being as such, as well as its fundamental categories, is from the greek logos “discourse” and literally means “discourse on”) based on the plurality of the fundamental constituents of physical reality. The atomists theorized that the natural world consists of two parts: the atoms and the void.
Surely between them stands the name of Democritus (Abdera, 460 BC – 360 BC), a pupil of Leucippus, who was co-founder of atomism. It is virtually impossible to distinguish the ideas attributed to Democritus from those of his teacher. Democritus was the most prolific writer of the Presocratics. He born after Socrates and perhaps died centenary, while Plato was alive. Among the students there was Nausiphanes Democritus, Epicurus master.
Unfortunately, his works have not been preserved in full, and we have only fragments, but they are more than enough to date his first studies, although of a philosophical nature, on the atom in ancient Greece. Among his works are “The small cosmology”, “On the Nature”, “On the forms of atoms”, “On the words.” The name of Democritus remained tied to his famous theory atomist considered, even after centuries, one of the most “scientific views” of antiquity: the Democritean atomism fact was taken not only by other Greek thinkers like Epicurus, but also by philosophers and Roman poets such as Lucretius, as well as philosophers of the late Middle Ages, of the Renaissance and the modern world. Faced with the reality of something (the atom), Democritus would admit the existence of a “not something”, the void in fact, nothing as a space. Then the vacuum of Democritus was not to indicate the existence of the not be but more simply the lack of material, precisely coinciding with the space. Full and empty, therefore, constitute the two original principles which regroups the existence of all things: one postponed to another, it necessarily required, because the reality was the result of their synthesis. As already mentioned, the atoms possessed the movement as their intrinsic characteristics: for they were moving eternally and spontaneously in a vacuum, meeting and clashing. The becoming of the cosmos and of nature and the multiplicity of entities were due precisely to this incessant movement from which everything is formed and then disintegrate. The movement, therefore, an intrinsic property of the atoms and spontaneous and, as such, was not generated by an external cause to them: spontaneously, by their nature, they were moving.
As well as for the rest of the material, whether the soul (psyche) for Democritus was formed by atoms, more subtle and smooth atoms, of igneous nature. They penetrate throughout the body and give it life, and are kept in it with the breath, also thanks to this ability to give life, to render a thinking man, they were considered divine. Finally Democritus says that the gods are made of atoms just like humans, but which do not interact at all with us: this fact made him regarded as a true maverick and an atheist, a rarity in her time. The careful reader will not let slip several key information from the writings of Democritus.
– Atoms having movement in itself tend to meet and clash (this leads to the
mind Sitchin’s theory of the collision of Nibiru with Marduk / Tiamat)
– The gods are made of atoms as men
– The atoms could be considered of divine nature
– Atoms are considered divine-indivisible.
The great revolutions in science are often followed by philosophical and social upheavals. The theory of Copernicus, for example, who claimed that the Earth did not occupy the center of the universe, triggered a process of disintegration of religious and philosophical dogmas that profoundly changed the European society of the early Renaissance. The evolutionary theory of Darwin (centuries later), with the destruction of the belief in a special biological state of human beings, produced similar effects. Einstein’s theories, finally, with the statement that “everything is relative”, gave a final shove to a certain way, “absolutist”, to understand the science and life. With these assumptions, a matter of considerable surprise that the greatest scientific revolution of all time has passed largely unnoticed by the public big eyes. And this not because its implications have little interest, but because these implications are so shocking as to be almost unbelievable even for scientists themselves that they conceived. The revolution of which you are speaking is consumed in its most “bloody” phase, during the first thirty years of the twentieth century and is known as Quantum Theory and Quantum Mechanics.
Founded as an attempt to explain the physics of elementary particles, Quantum Theory later grew to incorporate much of the microphysics and part of macrophysics. Today among ups and downs can be said (in its orthodox version) universally accepted. Although now no one doubts of its effectiveness, there are still large crowds of scholars who question the consequences, especially when these consequences are extended to the nature of reality. The most shocking conclusion that can be drawn from what has previously been said is undoubtedly the one which asserts that the reality is that only if there is a man with his “observations”, with his experiments. Unlike previous scientific revolutions, which had confined humanity on the edge of the universe, Quantum Theory takes man (“the observer”) on center stage. Some eminent scientists have gone to speculate that Quantum Theory has even solved the riddle of the relationship between Mind and Matter, arguing that the introduction of human observation in quantum measurement processes is a key step for the construct of reality. Nevertheless, this apparent lack of interest in Quantum Physics seems to be due not so much to the difficulty of its rules (which in truth to be well understood would require a good knowledge of mathematics) but rather to its ideological implications so destabilizing to undermine the foundations on which rest all scientific concepts, philosophical, ethical and religious of our knowledge. Through the quantum theory and the insights of Democritus, and now finally can read Sumerian seal, perhaps with the right key of reading, these concepts of matter go far beyond individual insights. It has no limits, the mind itself possesses none. Although Democritus was definitely not well seen by other contemporary philosophers, as we have also said quantum theory and was labeled a hoax science fiction, though, after passing the speed of light, many have changed their minds. What it is at the center of the detail of the seal symbol Apparently the atomic nucleus with its electrons, and they seem to keep their orbital three-dimensional nature. What matters as atomic structure, and it can depict ‘a mystery. In order to understand more about the seal and ‘once again need to take note of what the Greek philosophers attributed to the words in question. In Latin and Atom : atomus; that is’ indivisible. Here synonyms become manifold; Of-Man: Indivisible. or: Everything and so did, op. Wherever we regard we are and you will be, op. united, in every place. From the late Latin “Indivisible” it is indivisibĭlis; in ancient physics, the atom was considered the smallest part of matter and was considered an entity. As for the star, the lines represent the matter in a ‘ancient optics precisely where it was imagined with hooks and protrusions. I believe that these gods if they wanted to say something to the man, they would say that. Mathematics, and physics are universal languages. Therefore, considering these Gods as connoisseurs of science and mathematics there are many elements that set them apart from the interpretation of Sitchin professor. The first of these, and the continuous discovery of new planets such as Titan.
These lists are constantly changing, for example, recently Pluto was removed from the list of the major planets. But there are Ganymede and Callisto twice the size equivalent to our moon. Without considering that the surface area of Europe and totally formed by the ice with the possibility to find forms of life. The ancient Egyptians had perhaps an answer? There are clues that suggest so. If we take account of the concepts of quantum matter and to look for atoms and particles basing our research on the number eleven, the matrix of this argument leads us to totally unexpected discoveries when disconcerting. It exists in nature an element which may correspond to the symbol of the Sumerian seal seen as atom or particle and this element is sodium. As such, this means absolutely nothing, but in ancient Egypt it was vitally important and the center of numerous works of embalmers, which as you know cared especially the embalming of the gods incarnate, that is, the pharaohs and their trusted servants ….
The sodium atom (Na) with atomic number equal to 11 and ‘an electrically neutral atom and contains 11 protons and 11 electrons. First of all, in astronomy sodium it is relatively abundant in stars, including the Sun and interstellar space. The spectral lines of this element is among the leading in the starlight. It is among the most abundant elements and widespread in nature (is in sixth place in the order of abundance), constituting a total (in the form of compounds corresponding to its oxidation state +1) 2.6% of the lithosphere. The sodium is widely used in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries for its catalyst properties. At the elementary state is a lightweight solid, gleaming with reflections pink when freshly cut. The symbol of the sodium (Na) is derived from the Latin name of “natrium” a natural salt. The Latin name “natrium” comes from the greek Nitron, which in turn was derived from the Egyptian name of salt “ntry,” which means pure, divine, adjectives of “Ntr” which means god. The substance has given its name to the ancient mining site, Wadi el-Natrun, an almost dry lake in Egypt which contained high amounts of sodium carbonate (Na2CO3).
It is also used in the chemical industry to create the blue color (called precisely Egyptian blue). The Egyptian blue is a synthetic inorganic pigment. The pigment was known to the Egyptians, Etruscans, Greeks and Romans.
But natron was known and widely used in the past in the operation of embalming, for its properties of absorption of water and had a considerable importance in the context of religious rituals. Historians are inclined to think that the embalming had begun in Egypt but was also practiced by the ancient Assyrians, Persians and Shiites. The Egyptians saw death as the passage to another existence, however, only possible if the deceased possessed a tomb, and if the body is kept intact. Pharaoh is the king of ancient Egypt. He is closely linked to the gods, it is considered the embodiment of Horus on Earth. As an intermediary between mankind and the gods after the death Pharaoh become Osiris, and so is his figure of Horus.
Your power of movement (ba) will live forever,
As Orion in the belly of the goddess Heaven.
You will reveal yourself in being gold,
You will shine like electro.
In the womb stellar you’ll have a general function.
Your name will be great in the West.
The Egyptian doctors were most expert, had studied how to preserve the bodies, they were, in fact, managed to develop a refined technique for the preservation of the same: mummification.
Mummification of the bodies and their conservation together with loved ones worldly possessions to the deceased went back to the Egyptian beliefs of a life beyond life in which the deceased worked, met with the gods, of which he was an intermediary in life, he ate (several were the food finds in the graves); in short, the Egyptians believed in a “real” and its very similar to the earthly life. The purpose of embalming is simply to interrupt the natural bacteriologic action that starts within hours of death, and that does affect the body. If you can avoid this process, decomposition cease. Their concept of the afterlife was linked to a desire to stay in touch with the physical world. They believed that they would use their bodies for all eternity, and that it would receive new life. During the work of embalming (balsamum from Latin means “to put in the balm”, ie a mixture of resins) after the extraction of organs which, after being dried were stored in canopic jars and placed near the coffin, the body it was dried by soaking in natron for 40 days. Then the corpse was washed and skillfully wrapped in linen bandages. The linen was then coated with a resin or some type of gummy substance that served as glue, and the mummy was placed in a very ornate wooden sarcophagus of the human form. The time necessary to this work lasted 70 days. The Egyptian vision of sodium is somewhat mysterious. The correct question is where they they had borrowed knowledge. Sodium are attributed divine and star characters. The links between these different cultures are united by words from the lost meanings, but as can be seen all from a single matrix. Matter makes indivisible Gods man, attributing purity, divinity … Stars …
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