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Our Living Sun: The Missing Piece in the Cosmic Jigsaw

In the light of solar science, ancient (and not so ancient) cultures appear to have been correct: a living Sun makes more sense than a ‘hot rock’.


Our Living Sun: The Missing Piece in the Cosmic Jigsaw
- Greg Sams

Across the world our local star was once understood to be a living entity, and appreciated as our source of life energy. In the Western world today we see it as a senseless ball of fire, giving more thought to sunglass styles than to the nature of the Sun itself. We are even taught to fear it, though nothing could be more important to us and planet Earth. It was not the application of science that branded belief in a living Sun as primitive and ignorant – it was the triumph of the prophet-driven religions that controlled our schools and universities for centuries.

In the light of solar science, ancient (and
not so ancient) cultures appear to have been correct: a living Sun makes more sense than a ‘hot rock’. Recognition of stellar consciousness is THE big missing piece in the jigsaw puzzle of our cosmos. From the logical exploration of this realization it becomes apparent that consciousness pervades the entire cosmos, and that our Universe is a bottom up construction that is filled with intelligence and design, yet in no need of an Intelligent Designer.

Tonight we will be taking the lid off the longest running cover-up in history and bringing the Sun back in from the cold. The implications are stunning!

Gregory Sams has been bringing novel concepts to the culture from the age of 19, when he and his brother Craig opened the historic Seed Restaurant in 1968 London. Within a few years his Harmony/Whole Earth Foods was the country’s first and foremost source of natural and organic foods. In 1982 he created and christened the original VegeBurger, then in 1988 moved from food to fractals, opening a shop dedicated to the new “chaos theory,” publishing and licensing fractal art worldwide. This led to his first book Uncommon Sense: The State is Out of Date, exploring the lesson of chaos theory for humanity. His new book Sun of gOd, has just been published by Weiser Books, in which, as he puts it, the biggest elephant-in-the-room that you could ever imagine is unveiled.


Speaker(s):

Greg Sams | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

30 March 2010 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours 30 minutes

 

Venue:

The October Gallery
24 Old Gloucester St
London
WC1N 3AL
020 7242 7367
http://www.octobergallery.co.uk

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Tickets:

Entry £7 /£5 Concessions

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Additional Information:

Arrive 6pm for a 6:30pm Start - Wine available

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