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The word aether means “shine” in Greek, and the fundamental reality of such an unseen, fluidlike source of universal energy has long been a hallmark of the world’s secret mystery schools. The works of Greek philosophers Pythagoras and Plato discussed it at great length, as did the Vedic scriptures of ancient India, referring to it by several names such as “prana” and “Akasha.”
In the Orient, it is often known as “chi” or “ki,” and special emphasis is placed on its interactions with the human body, such as in the science of acupuncture. Masters and adepts who inherited the secret traditions could eventually learn to manipulate this energy to create miraculous results, such as levitation, teleportation, manifestation, instant healing, telepathy and the like.
Dramatic scientific evidence that all of physical matter is formed by an “aether” of invisible, conscious energy has existed for decades.
Renowned Russian astrophysicist Dr Nikolai A. Kozyrev (1908-83) proved beyond any doubt that such an energy source had to exist, and as a result he became one of the most controversial figures in the history of the Russian scientific community.
The awesome implications of his work, and of the work of all those who followed him, were almost entirely concealed by the former Soviet Union, but with the fall of the Iron Curtain and the advent of the Internet we are finally gaining access to “Russia’s best-kept secret”.
Two generations of remarkable research by thousands of PhD level specialists has emerged from Kozyrev’s seed findings, which completely change our understanding of the Universe.
To learn more about aether and Dr. Kozyrev please visit David Wilcock’s informative site:
This month’s Dubcast is from a special guest – New York’s #1 Selector – Don Orgone with his very special Cyclology selection and mix mashing together many many different styles and influences into the mix. Enjoy!
Cyclology is the study of cycles or, the mathematics of history.
The knowledge of perfect numbers goes back to the mists of antiquity. It was used in Chaldea and very early Egypt.
The definitive writings on this subject date from Thales, who lived from 640 to 547 B.C. His pupil Pythagoras (580-500 B.C.), the author of famous theorems, traveled to Egypt where this education was completed by the priests of Ra at Heliopolis and Memphis.
These heirs to the greatest sacred mysteries taught him the value of the Sirius Cycle. According to this theory, not only celestial phenomena but all terrestrial events repeat themselves in the same order every 1461 years.
The man who made the theory famous and gave it all its value was Plato, for he set the true golden number at 25920 years; and this number contains all the others. These 25920 years correspond to the complete precessional cycle as seen in the Mayan calendar.
At this moment in time we are approaching the end of yet another of these 25920-year cycles.