Science

Unified Field Theory Explained

The “Unified Field Theory” was coined by Albert Einstein in an attempt to describe the unification of “the fundamental forces of physics between elementary particles into a single theoretical framework” – which in layman’s terms means the discovery of the “intelligence” or “field” that unifies us all (every particle, person, etc.).

The video above featuring Jaime Janover delves deeper into the theory, and how it’s discovery verifies the idea that we are all one, and that there is no “separateness” from one another.

Religion, race, culture, creed…these are all “identifiers” for the ego based Earthly plane. In reality these “identifiers” are merely just rules, and rituals that separate us from one another. The highest holy truth is that we are one, and no matter how different we may seem from one another, we are equal parts of a whole. To quote the great poet Rumi, “you are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” This is the case for humanity, and all life, even on a molecular level – EVERYTHING is connected.

Every thought, action, and reaction has an implication on a grander scale which is more vast and expansive then we could ever imagine. At this juncture in our lives it is more important now, than ever, to understand this unification and unite knowing we are all responsible for one another, and we are all essentially branches on the same big beautiful “tree of life”.

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  • Roko Zuzi
    January 2, 2016 at 5:48 am

    Sorry, but this is a bunch of bullshit. Some things he says are true in science but then he goes and twists the rest for his purposes of make believe magic. There are no miniature black holes in atoms, a black hole requires amazing amounts of energy, even the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory that uses huge amounts of energy and a 100 high powered industry lasers to achieve fusion can’t achieve black holes because of the amounts of energy needed for making them. Black holes are not entities, points or swirlers or whatever this guy says, it’s a huge amount of mass, a huge huge huge amount of mass that compresses due to nuclear forces and gravity. For people who know science this doesn’t even need to be explained but to others who believe this crap, beware people. Always question everything. Also, about being able to change your DNA as you wish, this is really questionable.People have scars and want them gone for decades, they’re still there. This guy has a mole on his face, probably wants it off, no can do. Can I change my DNA, mmmm I don’t think so. If I could I could change my looks on command. Beware of this shit people. This is a scam on really big level. These people have even made good looking websites probably by webmasters who also think this is shit but are really good at what they do and get paid by these freaks. These kinds of messages should be taken with a lot of reserve and exploration and learning beforehand. Don’t listen to this hocus pocus shit. Nice to hear it, but god damnit it’s freakin made up like fairy tales.