By Martin Kimeldorf
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Published: Dec. 01, 2011
Words: 7,615 (approximate)
This essay connects the dots between cosmology and reincarnation, evolution and the genome. These connections are discussed in light of physics, metaphysics and brain research. It explores how we pass on physical traits, aptitudes, and preferences. It links our human coding to the larger cosmic coding guiding our universe. If you’ve pondered your own mortality then this will be worth a read.
Over 25 years ago I began summing up my research and meditations on the law of entropy and its implication that our life-energy continues beyond death. The final version is now being released. This essay attempts to connect the dots between cosmology and reincarnation, evolution and the genome. These notions are fitted into my larger studies of physics, metaphysics and brain research. Cosmic Coding blends mysticism, and science. It explores how we pass on physical traits, aptitudes, and preferences. Lastly, it describes how the human coding for life fits within the larger cosmic coding guiding our physical universe.
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