Is Stephen Hawking wrong again? This time claiming that the universe created itself? What about Christians who claim God created everything in 6 days?
The author goes head to head with the ‘Big Guys’. Once you finish reading his blend of quantum physics and paranormal experiences, he claims you will never have to ask again where did everything come from, why am I here and where am I going. More
First, the author confronts Hawking and his theory in GRAND DESIGN that the universe created itself. This suggests the immaculate self-conception of the universe in which it is miraculously mom, dad and child. Instead, with examples like Alexandrina Da Costa’s not eating or drinking for thirteen years, Mr. Howard shows that sometimes the laws of physics are irrelevant. Further examples like the returns from death of Eben Alexander and Anita Moorjani show consciousness exists independent of the body. Is there also consciousness independent of the ‘body’ universe?
Second, Martin Larson’s book The Story of Christian Origins shows Christianity is a jumble of ancient myths. Heaven and hell were invented by the Persians around 3000BC. The half-man, half-God savior who rose from death to save people from their sins was Osiris created in Egypt around 2700BC. Back then, Egyptians were eating their dead relatives out of respect. Being ‘born again’ was cooked up by the ruling class to protect the mummification business. They needed whole bodies to mummify and cannibalism was eating into their profits. Real flesh and blood became bread and wine. Is there anything left to believe in? Is there anything called God?
Where do we go from here? Stanford cosmologist Andrei Linde said the definition of our universe will remain ‘fundamentally incomplete’ until we include consciousness. Mockingbird is a blend of quantum physics and paranormal experiences that reveal a new definition of the universe’s origins, humanity’s place in it, and how humanity relates to the dimensions beyond.