So it was that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels to Abraham’s bosom. The rich man also died and was buried.(Luke 16:22) NKJV
A common response to the human soul is that there isn’t one because science can’t detect it. However, we first detected gravitational waves in 2015. What else can’t science detect? We don’t know, science can’t detect it.
Since the detection of gravitational waves is so new it’s entirely possible that each human soul is a gravitational singularity. We’ll use the term gravity node. The development of this rationale may be found in the series Soul and Spirit. Each node is tuned to a specific frequency which is the unique identifier of each of our personalities.
This then gives us a mechanism for how the human soul, which in the Biblical context is equated to our conscience and personality, can be transferred into a new body for the born again believer, or exist in a non-corporeal state as in the case of unbelievers who go to hell at the death of the body.
The GW detectors at LIGO are so crude and inaccurate that they’re not capable of detecting individual human souls, but they may be able to detect a quantity of souls if for some reason they were made “visible.”
It’s here that we move in to the highly disturbing reality that the souls of the lost do indeed go to hell and that this is occurring at a fairly constant rate on a world wide average. About 1,000 people die per hour. Presumably a portion of these souls are born again believers. Be that as it may all souls are taken into the lower parts of the Earth, believers into the grave or lower mantle (Abraham’s bosom) and unbelievers into the pit or the molten core of the Earth(the lowest hell).
Jonah and Jesus describe a place in the lower mantle which is euphemistically called Abraham’s Bosom.
If enough people were killed in unexpected violence within a small enough period of time, this influx of souls would cause the rate for that period of time to be above average. This is the likely cause of gravitational waves.
We’re going to test the hypothesis that gravitational waves are emitted from the center of the Earth (hell) in response to fluctuations in the human death rate. We’ll also make a prediction that if a combined total of around 1,000 people killed in near simultaneous events around the world, above the background level, there will be a gravitational wave detection.
We investigate the possibility that hell emits gravitational waves in response to fluctuations in the human death rate.