This thread is based on the work of Johan Oldenkamp, who is from the Netherlands. He is an independent researcher who rejects what is taught in
universities because it only describes phenomena; it doesn’t provide profound scientific explanations. He believes also that churches fail to offer
us genuine insights into the nature of reality. He says that what is needed is to remove the barrier we presently have between physics and
metaphysics, so that we can have an integrated approach to reality.
I agree with this concept. The following is some of what I heard him say in a recent
Red Ice Radio
He said there are 13 tones of creation. He said the piano keyboard of 8 white keys/whole tones and 5 black keys/semi-tones corresponds to this
physics of creation, and that the Mayan calendar is also related to these 13 tones.
He said gravity is not the principle force in the universe as presently believed, and that there are two primary forces, which correspond to yin-yang.
Yin is magnetism/cooling and yang is electricity/heat and the two provide balance.
He said the 4 forces of today’s mainstream physics are just shadows of 4 underlying secondary forces of the 2 primary of magnetism and
gravity should be thought of as earth
strong nuclear force, water
weak nuclear force, fire
The 4 DNA substances and the 4 major elements of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen also correspond to these 4 underlying secondary forces.
He said that quantum physics has taught us that there is no distinction between the observer and what is observed. But he does not like the focus on
particles. He said that we keep discovering particles that don’t exist. They are just concepts to make the theories work, to somehow explain how
the forces are passed on. He considers that science fiction. To him, the Higgs boson and the Higgs field just blur our view of the world. Particles
only come into existence when we change the frequency. They appear and disappear according to the features of the wave. That’s the real essence.
What is important is vibrational and musical science.
I have no idea what he means by the strong nuclear force being water and the weak nuclear force being fire. In fact, I had never heard of Johan
Oldenkamp before this November 29, 2012 interview. But much of what he said rings true for me.