Every particle in the universe attracts every other particle in the universe with a force which is proportional to the sum of their mass and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
That’s Newton’s law of universal gravitation. It explains our observations of the behavior of gravity but it doesn’t give us the cause of gravity. Despite this it’s been tacitly accepted as the cause of gravity in the sense that popular science (SciPop) is built on the premise that mass is the cause of gravity.
We’ve found another explanation for this behavior which doesn’t change how Newton’s law applies in physics, but which fundamentally changes the cause of gravity. Gravity is a field emitted from the center of the Earth (a singularity) which causes a body to have attractive force proportional to its mass and inversely proportional to its distance from the source. It doesn’t change or break the laws of physics, it’s simply a different way to understand them.
This becomes personal when we also understand the nature of the human soul. Now we fully understand that a lot of people don’t believe that there’s such a thing as a soul. That’s fine, this work isn’t for them. For the rest of us each human soul is a gravity node which has a unique frequency that’s the source of our consciousness and personality.
If every particle in the universe is attracting every other particle in the universe, and our consciousness is part of this system, are we passive observers or can we interact with it and possibly exert influence over it? That’s a reasonable question to ask, and something which is worthy of careful investigation. How are we going to investigate the premise that human souls are gravity nodes which are capable of interacting with and influencing the gravitational forces which surround us?
A golf ball is a body which has a gravitational field. The holes on golf courses are marked with flags, pins or markers. These are bodies with gravitational fields. The ball and pin are connected by the gravitational attraction between them. At the present time what we can say about the mode of action of gravity is that each body emits a stream of bosons towards every other body. Each body is absorbing bosons from every other body.
The next question that we want to ask is: Is it possible to somehow sense the stream of bosons passing between a golf ball and a pin and use it to improve the accuracy of our golf game? How would we do this if we could? What are the elemental forces in play and how can we control them?
The flip side of this is: If we’re able to manipulate the force of gravity to improve our golf game then it supports our premise, i.e. the logical construct which we can lay out connecting the source of gravity with human consciousness.
The idea that gravity is a field emitted from the center of the Earth is part of a theory of gravitation which has been deduced from the Holy Bible. In it we see that gravity was created on the second day as the means by which light and darkness, good and evil, are being brought to a permanent physical separation. The source of gravity at the center of creation is an assembly of souls, every one of our nascent minds, in communion generating the field which orders the universe. Throughout the progression of history each soul is given life in a body on the surface of the Earth. This is our opportunity to witness the beauty of creation for ourselves and either accept or deny that Almighty God, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, is the source of all life. This choice is made by accepting or denying our savior, Jesus Christ.
We were created to have fellowship with God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. For some people this develops when life is over and they pass into eternity. For many of us fellowship with God is an ever present reality. We share our lives with Him in a narrative dialogue in our minds. We experience, and actively engage in, prayer and meditation wherever we may be and whatever we may be doing. It may look like we’re talking to ourselves, but we’re mouthing out the narrative, hopefully in a way where not too many people notice.
However, it’s easy to be distracted by the activities of life and forget all about God for a period of time. That’s why it’s always a good idea to set aside time for just prayer and meditation, and when we don’t have any other activity. A logical combination of these two states is to have an activity which enhances our fellowship with God, through prayer and meditation, while we’re appreciating the beauty of creation.
We can have fellowship with God, which begins with salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, and acknowledge Him as the source of all life, controlling the elemental forces of nature, in an activity where we experience the beauty of nature in community with other people who may be similarly inclined.
Let’s play golf.