Religion and Spiritualism

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[3] viXra:1508.0121 [pdf] submitted on 2015-08-15 16:57:27

An Experience Based Definition of Spirit and Jesus and Mary of Nazareth

Authors: Piero Benazzo
Comments: 21 Pages.

The loss of a loved pet or the desire of a new game are two of the various empirical examples of stretch, force, flow, love and knowledge that generate from changes between presence and absence or concealment. The absent situation may well be beyond the material world and the concealed part may well be transcendental, thus both immaterial, beyond time and space. They are thus spiritual. Their interplay with the material presence results thus as spiritual force. The force provides a flow between the two situations that manifests empirically in the material world. The spirit as such provides life-giving force to matter in the world. The spiritual part that generates it remains however beyond direct empirical evidence. Material batteries, waterfalls and wind exemplify empirical material manifestations of flows between presence and absence. An experience based definition of holy Spirit stems from the discussion, in terms of presence and concealment. Mary mother of Jesus would be role model for receiving gifts from the holy Spirit and well of eternal life gifting graces of the holy Spirit.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism

[2] viXra:1508.0044 [pdf] replaced on 2015-10-16 21:39:39

Mission Statement of Www.sciprint.org

Authors: Victor Christianto, Akira Kanda
Comments: 6 Pages. This article has not been submitted to any journal yet. Anyone interested may distribute, copy or publish it

We are a number of humble scientists and theologians who feel that the progress of science nowadays tends to distract people away from God. It is simply because many scientists now think that to be good scientists they should become fervent agnostics or atheists, both as individual and also as community. For example, instead of glorifying God as the Creator of the Universe, some physicists told us that the Universe emerged from nothingness (they call it: vacuum fluctuations). Similarly, for the beginning of life in Earth, some biologists do not refer to God anymore, but to a series of simple chemical reactions triggered at billions years ago, which then they call: LUCA (Last Universal Common Ancestor). So, this is our small response to that situation. The name of this social network is SciPrint.org. It is our dream that someday we can redeem science again for the Glory of God, through dialogue between the Bible and other Scriptures and the modern science.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism

[1] viXra:1508.0041 [pdf] submitted on 2015-08-04 23:20:33

Exploring the Lalitha Sahasranamam (Where Spirituality Guides Science)

Authors: Sai Venkatesh Balasubramanian
Comments: 9 Pages.

The Hindu Philosophy is an ancient one that has apart, from influencing most philosophies in East and Southeast Asia, withstood the test of time for thousands of years, and as in the past, still continues to influence every aspect of the lives of more than a billion people. It is therefore only logical that the philosophies and wisdom gained in this philosophy can be put to good use in understanding some of the deepest, most mysterious secrets about the mechanics and working of the universe. That is precisely the objective of the present article, where the Lalitha Sahasranamam the crown jewel of the esoteric tradition of Sri Vidya, which in turn is the pinnacle of the Hindu Advaitic philosophy, is the key focus. In particular, assorted names of the Lalitha Sahasranamam are considered, and by using a combination of decipherments of metaphors, allusions, symbolism, semiotics and etymo-linguistic studies, deeper meanings of each Nama are studied, primarily in context with the Higher Sciences, revealing key details about our universe.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism