9/16/2022 7:58 AM Morning Page. Friday.
Good morning! A mist is clearing and soon our Sun should be making an appearance. Waiting this astral occurrence, I began my Morning Page where I free-write whatever comes to me. Often what I am surfing enters the flow of energy and here is what is occurring this morning. I have followed Terence McKenna work and the one below was recently posted. The phenomenon of synchronicity plays an important role our lives and here we have examined is a mathematical challenge to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Time for another cup of coffee.
Terence McKenna – BLACK SCREEN – Rain & Binaural Beats Sounds Terence McKenna – One of The Great Suppressed Stories of Modern History “All of Modern Science Is Based on The Behest of An Angelic Being” Terence talks about dreams, and from where great ideas comes from, and how it is not being spoken about by educational institutions
Synchronicity is Not Just a Coincidence: What is Synchronicity & What does it Mean? Coincidence and synchronicity are both defined as “striking occurrences of two or more events at one time”. The difference is that coincidence is perceived as chance or luck while synchronicity implies the presence of a deeper intelligence at work. The concept of synchronicity eliminates the accident from the nature of this apparently ‘random’ phenomena, and while synchronicities can manifest as something you might want to put in the coincidence box, there is just something about the event that makes you stop in your tracks and question, something about the occurrence that leaves you utterly astonished and wondering if it could be something more.
Based on new evidence and knowledge that functioning proteins are extremely rare, should Darwin’s theory of evolution be dismissed, dissected, developed or replaced with a theory of intelligent design? Has Darwinism really failed? Peter Robinson discusses it with David Berlinski, David Gelernter, and Stephen Meyer, who have raised doubts about Darwin’s theory in their two books and essay, respectively The Deniable Darwin, Darwin’s Doubt, and “Giving Up Darwin” (published in the Claremont Review of Books). Robinson asks them to convince him that the term “species” has not been defined by the authors to Darwin’s disadvantage. Gelernter replies to this and explains, as he expressed in his essay, that he sees Darwin’s theory as beautiful (which made it difficult for him to give it up): “Beauty is often a telltale sign of truth. Beauty is our guide to the intellectual universe—walking beside us through the uncharted wilderness, pointing us in the right direction, keeping us on track—most of the time.” Gelernter notes that there’s no reason to doubt that Darwin successfully explained the small adjustments by which an organism adapts to local circumstances: changes to fur density or wing style or beak shape. Yet there are many reasons to doubt whether Darwin can answer the hard questions and explain the big picture—not the fine-tuning of existing species but the emergence of new ones. Meyer explains Darwinism as a comprehensive synthesis, which gained popularity for its appeal. Meyer also mentions that one cannot disregard that Darwin’s book was based on the facts present in the 19th century.