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The quantum issue

      This issue of The MOON explores advances at the intersection of science and spirituality, which  quantum physics is now beginning to explain in layman’s terms. Our interview is with Lee Carroll, known around the world as the channeler of a multidimensional being called “Kryon.” For 27 years, Kryon has been trying to tell us–through the person of Lee Carroll–about the quantum nature of the universe; that consciousness […]

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Quantum MOON Shine

“There is one source that moves through all things. Once we realize that there is one vibratory source that is the root of all scientific and spiritual investigation, how can we say ‘my’ God, or ‘my’ religion?” – Daniel Schmidt “At the quantum level, NO part of the body lives apart from the rest. There are no wires holding together the molecules of your arteries, just as there are no […]

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Charles Joseph Albert | Quantum electrodynamics

The oddest of courses I’ve taken was Q.E.D., the theory which shows that the summing of infinite paths explains every particle’s motion and history, with diagrams Feynmann drew countering Schwinger’s weird math. Those theorists showed us how something like infinite paths are largely the sum of the two simplest impulses tracked, drawing on Feynmann, or counting on Schwinger’s weird math. results that you get taking these will be close to […]

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Movies You Might’ve Missed | The quantum connection

Inner worlds, outer worlds is a 2012 documentary by Canadian filmmaker and meditation teacher Daniel Schmidt. Narrated by Patrick Sweeney, with stunning visuals of animated fractals, the film explores concepts set out by others in this issue of The MOON, and also traces connections between quantum thinking and the work of intellectual giants such as Pythagoras, Kepler, Leonardo DaVinci, Tesla, and Einstein. The film presents for lay audiences evidence that there […]

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