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ARTICLE ANNOTATIONS 2
The cosmic origin of evil. The energy continuum
Albert Einstein discovered that we do not live in a world made of two substances, namely matter
and energy. Instead, we live in a world where everything is energy. What we perceive as solid
matter is truly vibrating energy that has taken on a certain form.
Our physical senses are designed to detect the level of energy frequencies that we have labelled
as matter. When we realize that matter is a form of vibrating energy, we can take our thinking
beyond the limitations of our physical senses.
All thought systems that deny the existence of something beyond the material universe (scientific
materialism, communism, empiricism etc.) are based on the limitations of our senses. We cannot
explain evil if we refuse to go beyond this sensory-based view of the world. All such thought
systems are based on intent to get people to ignore or deny their intuition. It is intuition that
allows us to sense the part of reality that vibrates beyond the material world.
When we acknowledge that matter is energy and that energy is something that vibrates, we
realize that there is a potentially very large continuum of energy frequencies. For example, we
know from the tonal scale that audible tones can be divided into octaves, ranging from lower to
higher vibrations. We know there are infrared and ultraviolet light rays that our eyes cannot see.
The material universe is a very small “pocket” in a very large continuum of energies. This
continuum has many levels or layers that are beyond what we can detect with our physical senses
and scientific instruments.
The instruments made by scientists are all made of matter, and this gives them a limited range,
an observation horizon. How can we know there are other “worlds” beyond the material? By
using an instrument that is not limited to the material frequency spectrum, namely our minds.

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Running Head: ARTILE ANNOTATIONS 1 Article annotations Institutional Affiliation Date 1st September 2019 ARTICLE ANNOTATIONS 2 The cosmic origin of evil. The energy continuum Albert Einstein discovered that we do not live in a world made of two substances, namely matter and energy. Instead, we live in a world where everything is energy. What we perceive as solid matter is truly vibrating energy that has taken on a certain form. Our physical senses are designed to detect the level of energy frequencies that we have labelled as matter. When we realize that matter is a form of vibrating energy, we can take our thinking beyond the limitations of our physical senses. All thought systems that deny the existence of something beyond the material universe (scientific materialism, communism, empiricism etc.) are based on the limitations of our senses. We cannot explain evil if we refuse to go beyond this sensory-based view of the world. All such thought systems are based on intent to get people to ignore or deny their intuition. It is intuition that allows us to sense the part of reality that vibrates beyond the material world. When we acknowledge that matter is energy and that energy is something that vibrates, we realize that there is a potentially very large continuum of energy frequencies. For example, we know from the tonal scale that audible tones can be divided into octaves, ranging from lower to higher vibrations. We know there are infrared and ultraviolet light rays that ...
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