Albert Einstein was born in Germany on 14th March 1879 and I was born in the UK in 1972 so there seems little similarity between the two of us, or at least on the face of it.
But the connection between this great scientific mind and myself is deep, it transcends the physical realm and it is housed in the mind. Our minds are connected by our thoughts and our realisations about the greater reality and our role within it.
For those who have followed my work about the universe and Earth and its belief systems will notice a similarity between my writings and Einstein’s views:
It was recently revealed that, toward the end of his life, Albert Einstein wrote a letter in which he characterized the stories in the Bible as childish, as do I, they are metaphors and not real and they have rented out the minds of too many people for far too long.
In 1930, Einstein composed a kind of creed entitled “What I Believe,” at the conclusion of which he wrote: “To sense that behind everything that can be experienced there is something that our minds cannot grasp, whose beauty and sublimity reaches us only indirectly: this is religiousness. In this sense…I am a devoutly religious man.” In response to a young girl who had asked him whether he believed in God, he wrote: “everyone who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe—a Spirit vastly superior to that of man.” And during a talk at Union Theological Seminary on the relationship between religion and science, Einstein declared: “the situation may be expressed by an image: science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”
It also seems that Dr Michio Kaku has the same view as myself too when he says that God could be a mathematician.
The universal laws are mathematics and it is my belief that the creator of this existence both Earthly and beyond is the mind of a pure mathematician. And my conclusion is based upon the fact that everything follows an immutable mathematical code that does not deviate. From the smallest spec to the largest galaxy there is an underlying code, a grid of numbers. From the shell of a snail to the plasma pinches of spiral galaxies, they all follow this code. Universe means ‘One verse’ and a verse is a metrical rhythm, related to the metre. When you have such an instrinsic mathematical coded system you must have a mathematical programmer.
From the foetus which follows the 64 Tetrahedron grid, to nature and its plants and trees that follow the Fibonacci sequence, the stars, the zodiac, the planets, man, insects and animals and even the unseen all are programmed with a mathematical code. The stars are separated by the nodes of standing waves forcing them to be a certain distance apart, all a number sequence.
Between 1989-1993 a satellite was sent to the far reaches of the universe called the COBE experiment, COBE is an abbreviation of ‘Cosmic Background Explorer’ that proved that there was what was called a ‘One Time Beginning’ or as it is commonly known the ‘Big Bang Theory’ where in an instantaneous flash of cosmic energy all was created.
It is my belief that this was the eureka moment of a great supernatural thought, an abstract concept forming all in the mind that then instantly manifested into the existence we know today, the existence that we are experiencing now and in the future, a little further down the time line which is an extension of now.
You are the physical manifestation of thought and you are the microcosm of the macrocosm all occupying the same space and made of the same isotopes.
You are the universe and the universe is you.