Bojan Gorjanc on March 9th, 2009
Spiralling energy

Spiralling energy

The Russian scientist Dr Nikolai Kozyrev is in many ways a forerunner – the father of today’s efforts to re-interpret physics in a way that does not contradict intuitive understanding. He investigated time and the aether before most of us in the West ever thought of questioning the workability of our modern interpretations of the universe.

A most welcome effort to increase our awareness of Kozyrev’s outstanding work is a book chapter on David Wilcock’s site. NEXUS Magazine published a summarized version of this chapter under the title “The Aether Science of Dr N. A. Kozyrev” and wrote the following about the science of time:

In the winter of 1951-52, Dr Kozyrev began his foray into the world of exotic physics, with the first of what became an exhaustive series of 33 years’ worth of very intriguing and controversial experiments. As we said, the spiralling energy patterns in nature unveiled themselves to the initiated eyes of Dr Kozyrev while in the concentration camp. His “direct knowledge” informed him that this spiralling energy was in fact the true nature and manifestation of “time”.

Obviously, he felt that “time” as we now know it, is much more than just a simple function for counting duration, Kozyrev urges us to try to think of a cause for time, something tangible and identifiable in the Universe that we can associate with time.

After pondering this for a while, we see that time is ultimately nothing but pure, spiralling movement. We know that we are tracing a complex spiralling pattern through space thanks to the orbital patterns of the Earth and solar system.

And now, “temporology”, or the science of time, is under continual active investigation by Moscow State University and the Russian Humanitarian Foundation, inspired by Dr Kozyrev’s pioneering work. On their website, they state:

“In our understanding, the ‘nature’ of time is the mechanism [that brings about] appearing changes and occurring newness in the world. To understand the ‘nature’ of time is to point to … a process, a phenomenon, a ‘carrier’ in the material world whose properties could be identified or corresponded with those of time.”

This may seem strange at first glance, since a tree falling in your yard could be seen as a result of a strong wind, not of the “flow of time”. However, you must then ask yourself what caused the wind to blow. Ultimately, the motion of the Earth on its axis is most responsible. Hence, all changes are caused by some form of movement, and without movement there can be no time.

Several of the scholars whose papers are published through the Russian Institute of Temporology agree that if Kozyrev had changed his terminologies and use of the word “time” to more common scientific terms such as “the physical vacuum” or “the aether” , then many more people would have been able to understand his work sooner in the ensuing years.

(Source: Sepp Hasslberger: Kozyrev: Aether, Time and Torsion)

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