By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
August 12, 2002
This is an email I sent to a friend regarding an article she sent. The
article was in regards to the discovery that Australian astronomers had
found the speed of light is different at great distances from the earth.
The famous experiment of the 1890s which led to Einstein's theory in
1905 was where the speed of light was measured traveling at different times
of the year. It was found that the speed of light was the same whatever
direction the planet was moving in relationship to the motion of the earth
and sun around the galaxy. Einstein made the assumption that this was a
Another (and correct) interpretation is that earth and the sun were
enveloped in the light's carrier medium (ether) and the speed was
the same in the vicinty of the earth because the ether was traveling at
the same speed and direction as the earth. Most of the scientists of the
time believed in the ether's existance.
As those in charge of worldly affairs did not want humanity to discover
the ether and the existance of the astral realms they promoted Einstein's
theory which denied the existance of the ether. The fourth dimension became
TIME alone divorced from anything etheric. Current zero-point energy theories
are bringing ether or the underlying structures back into the picture.
The progress of science has been slowed by Einstein's theory. In the
same way Darwin's theory has slowed biological sciences. That was the intention
of those ruling the world. Because the revelation that we can study and
work with the ether would have revealed that our Emperor has no clothes.
The article you sent shows that light changes speeds between galactic
and intergalactic space because the etheric densities are different.
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