Authors: Richard L Amoroso
Natural science and theology are not mutually exclusive, but opposite ends of a broad spectrum of human intelligence. Can we develop self-knowledge of God? A primitive tool of conscious knowledge, Myth and Superstition, which guided civilization for thousands of years, still exists to a surprising degree today. Secondly, Logic and Reason can produce conflicting arguments both for and against the existence of God. The third tool, empiricism, since Galileo is the basis of modern experimental science; but the challenge of repeatability remains between objective and subjective modes of measurement and some experiments are deemed impossible to perform. The final tool of awareness is transcendence. It has always been possible to demonstrate the existence of God utilizing transcendence, but because it is generally subjective; it has not been acceptable by current definitions of pragmatic science or to nonbelievers unwilling/unable to achieve the required state-of-mind. Without a rigorous model for a Physics of the Observer, and limitations imposed by the uncertainty principle; current tools of physical science have not allowed an objectively oriented empirical proof of God. This changes with the addition of spirit into Natural Science from Einstein’s Unified Field Theory. The Perennial Philosophy proposes that all world religions are based on a single universal truth that promotes spiritual union with God: If there is a God he has provided a way to find him. We review logical and metaphysical methods of fulfilling this premise; also providing an empirical model, for the first time in history demonstrating the existence of a Life Principle identical to the Spirit of God, hidden until now behind the Quantum Uncertainty Principle. Though a major step forward, some properties of Spirit are unknowable to a temporal mind; and subtleties of a new noetic action principle will
Comments: 26 Pages. Preprint proceedings Simposio International sobre Consciencia e Autoconhecimento, Octobre 2018, Brazil
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