Science: its pure essence and the danger of the present moment

Pure gold for those loving true science, including myself, and a genuine reminder:

“Science is separative in its approach to the differing aspects of the divine manifestation which we call the world of natural phenomena, but it is non-separative in actuality, for there is little warring between the sciences and little competition between scientists. In this the workers in the scientific field differ profoundly from those of the religious”

Alice A. Bailey

And so that is how we know that science in the present moment is lost and manipulated.
To know science is to love science, and to be a scientist you need to be free to demonstrate the act of divine manifestation without competing but purely expressing the divine in this world of natural phenomena.

I d be naive if I didn t know what a true scientist is here to embody and it is part of my storyline to stay true to science and speak the truth on its behalf ie. Stating what true science is, what is it that it stands for, and when it is compromised.
If science is followed blindly when manipulated, we run the risk to destroy, at a human level, its pure essence and purpose and create a broken trust between humans and science.

The purpose then of the scientist is to keep alive the essence of science so it continues to spread its light uninterrupted and untouched from the shadows of a wrong handler.
I will continue to speak up not because I don t believe in science but because I believe in it.

To the untrained eye, this might mean, I m against it, or that I undermine it, but to the dweller of truth, speaking up is protecting it from the shadows.
The only way forward is the upgrade of science to ground and express our humanity and the realities around us, or we shall experience a fall in consciousness by virtue of a pseudoscience that is trying to manipulate human nature and our potential

love & light,


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