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Author Paul LaViollette, Ph.D. — Is the Mayan Calendar Based on Catastrophic, Galactic Superwave Cycles?
According to author and systems theorist Paul LaViollette, Ph.D., modern science will never find a unified theory that explains “it all” using a mechanistic view of physics. In his book Genesis of the Cosmos , he shows us that until we’re ready to move beyond our five human senses, scientists will never understand how simple it is, to build anti-gravity and overunity power generation devices.
In his book Earth Under Fire, he also shows us how this very same mechanistic view of physics has blinded us to the threat posed to the Earth by galactic superwaves. The last was a near extinction level event approximately 13,000 years ago and humanity barely survived the event. Because these superwaves are cyclic in nature, the 2012 timeframe portends an unusually high risk as he explains in this interview, and the next one could cause the Sun to burn the surface Earth. It could very well be, that this cycle of cosmic catastrophe served as the basis for the Mayan Calendar.
What Paul stresses in this interview is that understanding of the cosmos is nothing new. The ancients understood it thousands of years ago, because they viewed the universe as an open system. Instead of our present day, mechanistic view of physics, their view was far more organic. The question is, can we wake up in time to fully understand their wisdom?