End of Days by Sylvia Browne

End of Days by Sylvia Browne

Author:Sylvia Browne [Browne, Sylvia]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Published: 2010-02-28T23:00:00+00:00

“Materialistic science” referred to scientists’ view at the time that the world was composed of nothing more than its material, visible, and tangible elements. That shortsighted view changed forever when, in 1895, Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays, exposing a whole new universe of realities beyond the naked eye, and, in 1896, when Antoine Becquerel discovered radioactivity.

The Secret Doctrine also included facts about the realities of energy that were contrary to the beliefs of the majority of scientists in the 1800s but came about after Helena Blavatsky committed them to paper in 1888. To name a few, she announced that:• atoms could be divided. Eleven years later, in 1897, Sir J. J. Thomson discovered the electron.

• atoms are perpetually in motion. Twelve years later, in 1900, Max Planck’s work laid the foundation for the quantum theory of physics.

• matter and energy can be converted. Seventeen years later, in 1905, Albert Einstein unveiled the theory of relativity.


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