Professor Ervin Laszlo was a Nobel Peace Prize nominee in 2004 and 2005. He is a doctor of philosophy at Sorbonne University, an honorary doctor at universities in the U.S., Canada, Finland and Hungary, a professor of philosophy, systems science and futurological research.
Greetings to you, people of the year 2001! You are living in the year of my birth; I am one hundred years old now, writing to you from the year 2101. I am using the last remnants of the advanced physics that scientists developed during your era, in order to send this electronic message back in time to one of your computer networks.
The Great Pyramid of Egypt on the Giza plateau is considered one of the greatest enigmas in the world. Filmmaker Damon T. Berry unveils the Great Pyramid of Egypt in a way that no one ever has before. Archaeologist, Scientists, and Egyptologists may have to abandon all that they have learned. This program presents lost knowledge of an extraterrestrial connection to our ancient past.
This movie presents a totally new novel perspective about the Extraterrestrial presence now engaging the planet Earth, as well as our place in the Universe. This film reveals an amazing connection between the UFO's and our world, and understanding this alone will completely change the way we see our past. History books will need to be rewritten and life on Earth will never be the same.
Shabkar Tsodruk Rangdrol (1781-1851), was a great Tibetan Yogi famous for his affection and concern for animals. His attitude was an expression not only of personal sympathy and aesthetic appreciation but was also rooted in his understanding of Buddhist teaching.
In March 2005 scientists from the feature film What The Bleep Do We Know!?, Fred Alan Wolf PhD, William Tiller PhD, and Jeffrey Satinover MD, met with foremost Kabbalist Michael Laitman PhD from Israel, in the panel discussion "Quantum Physics Meets Kabbalah."
The purpose of Creation lies on the shoulders of the whole of the human race. But because of the descent of human nature to the lowest degree, which is the self-love that unrestrictedly rules over all of humanity, there was no way to negotiate with them and persuade them to agree to take upon themselves, to exit their narrow world into the wide spaces of the love of others.
Born on 25 February 1894, Meher Baba attained God-realization at the age of 19. He embarked on his mission as a Spiritual Master in the early 1920s. On 10 July 1925 he began his silence and did not speak again for the remainder of his physical lifetime. The following statement was made prior to his silence.
Time is produced by one’s egoism. Time is the feeling of a deficit, of the difference between what exists and what will exist. However, if one perceives the future as something that has already been received, something that is already present, then he does not feel time – he does not have the sense that there is something missing today which will come in the future.