One of the great philosophers of the early modern period, George Berkeley, said the following in 1750:
“All those bodies, which compose the mighty frame of the world, have not any substance without the mind. So long as they are not perceived by me, or do not exist in my mind, or that of any other created spirit, they must either have no existence at all, or subsist in the mind of some Eternal Spirit.”
Research done after Berkeley, especially in the last century, has brought humanity to a position of having to accept very “controversial” ideas. To sum up what scientific research has concluded about the make-up of the universe in the last century:
Matter is made of molecules that are made up of atoms that are made up of electromagnetic waves…
Therefore, it is not incorrect to conclude that the world is a single field of electromagnetic waves. To be more precise, the entire existence is a unified field of energy in which there is nothing that is strictly and absolutely solid or “material”.
In terms of humans, the human eye can only perceive between the long wavelength end of the spectrum that corresponds to light that is perceived to be red (0,0007 cm) and the short wavelength end of the spectrum that corresponds to light that is perceived to be violet (0,0004 cm).
Here is a list of what we know about the world of wavelengths:
1. Wavelengths perceived by dogs
2. Wavelengths perceived by humans
3. Wavelengths perceived by cats
4. Ultrasonic waves
5. Radio waves (long, medium, short, very short) perceived and converted by a radio according to our hearing range
6. Television waves (VHF, UHF, SHF, EHF) perceived and converted according to our visual spectrum.
7. Radar waves
8. Spark waves
9. Motion waves
10. Waves between visible red and violet light
11. Ultraviolet rays
13. Other rays that have not yet been discovered
Man has been able to discover these waves with his five senses, intellect, and the tools he created.
How about all the waves and rays he has not yet been able to discover?
How about if the capacity of the tools he used were different?
How about if, for example, beyond the rays of red and violet, the human eye was also able to perceive x-rays? How would the world look like? Could his view of the world be the same? Can he continue to assert his conception of the world as the absolute truth?
And how about if we were able to perceive even more than this? What if our senses were designed to perceive all of the various innumerous rays in the universe?
Perhaps then we were going to see the whole of existence as a single unified field…?
Anyway, back to local waves and radiation…
As far as we’re aware the above list of waves (and as far as we’re not aware, countless other waves) constantly impact our world, bringing about various changes to us and our planet.
At least we know for sure the effects the radiation coming from the Sun has on Earth and its inhabitants. Based on this, it is evident that other Suns in other systems must also have some form of impact. And just as there are obviously many other repercussions of the Sun that science has not yet discovered, it is only logical to deduce that there are countless other effects constantly coming from the innumerous stars in space.
Just as matter is bound by and operates according to certain laws and principles, so it is with the cosmic rays. The supreme creative force of the universe applies Its command, at every instance according to us, in one single instant according to Itself.
And just like from gas to matter, all forms of energy are motions of waves, everything that transpires on Earth is also the result of the activity of these waves.
Hence, we may infer that the center of wave conversion, i.e. the brain, far from being limited by the five senses, is in fact designed and wired with a much higher capacity, one that is beyond our current scope of comprehension.