The Atemporal Particle Theory : Discovering the "Fabric of the Soul."
The Atemporal Particle Theory is an update of the book title, The Truly Astonishing Hypothesis. The Hypothesis has become a Theory because a scientific test has been proposed, and both a physicist and a medical doctor have made observations which support the Theory, as you will read. The Atemporal Particle Theory goes much further. It explains out-of-body experiences and why individuals can enter the spiritual state through sensory deprivation. The Theory explains near-death experiences which have been scientifically documented. It also explains hyperthymesia, the ability of some to have an extremely detailed autobiographical memory. But most interesting of all, the Theory explains the savant syndrome, a condition in which a person demonstrates abilities far in excess of what would be considered normal, even though they may have neurodevelopmental disorders or brain injuries. The Atemporal Particle Theory expands on what the process of dying is like, what is really wrong with a cancerous cell, how the brain can recall distant memories instantly and how extemporaneous speech is possible. The Theory confirms the existence and the purpose of the soul. It explains how a single-cell zygote can develop into a living, thinking human being. The Theory confirms there is a spiritual state. It explains how memories can be transferred through an organ transplant. It explains where memories are actually stored, how conscious thought is possible and what really happens at conception. You too will discover more, once you read . . . The Atemporal Particle Theory
- Paperback | 98 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 5.84mm | 181.44g
- 04 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About MR John L Beiswenger
Mr. Beiswenger has over 40 years of product research, design engineering, product development, manufacturing, product management, general management, marketing and sales experience in high volume consumer and commercial hard goods. He has placed over 65 products into production, monitoring pilot production in the U.S., Ireland, France, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Mainland China. Mr. Beiswenger is named on over 20 U.S. utility patents, the most recent including color LCD touch display technology, digital alarm clock electronics, fingerprint scanning technology, surgical instrument sterilization, bioterrorism detection and predictive health monitoring technology. He is also named on nine foreign patents and two current U.S. patent applications. A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he studied at Marquette University School of Engineering and at the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater.