I am a scientist, mystic and spiritual healer. My life straddles the worlds of so-called "left-brain" and "right-brain" interests. I trained at the undergrad level in electronics engineering and astrophysics, and at the graduate level in clinical psych, the health sciences and acupuncture, and have a Master's degree in the sciences. I work largely as a research and consulting scientist in some mainstream scientific fields and in fringe science, aka "strange science" fields as well.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Will the Ark of the Covenant be Unveiled?

Sheesh.... Oohhh boy..... Indian Jones and the Nazis are getting all up in a tither over this one....

You see, the patriarch of the Orthodox Church of Ethiopia, Abuna Paulos, has announced that he will announce to the world Friday the unveiling of the Ark of the Covenant, perhaps the world's most prized archaeological and spiritual artifact, which he says has been hidden away in a church in his country for millennia. This news is bound to cause great consternation for Indian Jones and for his arch-enemies, the occultist branch of the Nazi party. More info may be found in the articles at:

And a number of ormus popularizers have, over the years, asserted that the Ark of the Covenant was really a gold-sheathed orgone capacitor or accumulator created by aliens and given as a gift to humans, and that the sacred device is intended to act as a handy way of creating extremely powerful forms of ormus. So, I have a hunch that at least some of these popularizers -- particularly Sir Laurence Gardner -- are chomping at the bit at this, ahem, amazing news.

And, on a note somewhat related to the ormus item above, some alchemists and modern-day mystics have claimed that the Ark of the Covenant acts a very powerful transformer of consciousness, and that merely standing before the Ark can and will -- if one has properly prepared themselves -- instantly create a powerful illuminated state that will either transform one into an immortal or result in a permanent stated of enlightment and bliss.

It is interesting to note that sites in Ethiopia have emerged several times over the years in serious archaelogical research circles as candidates for possible resting places for the Ark of the Covenant, and so the claims being made by the patriarch of the Orthodix Church in Ethiopia do have some historical precedence.

Anyway, have fun with this!

with care,