Dec 09

Deliberate Creation – The Basics – Thought

“You create your own Reality”
“At one time in our society we thought that matter was it. That it was solid. Then scientists and philosophers began to think and investigate that and came to the conclusion that matter was not solid but made up of a number of molecules bonding together a number of atoms to make whatever surface, like a wood chair. Not only did they discover the molecules and atoms, but the atoms are moving around and in between the moving atoms there is a lot of space. They further discovered that this atom which was made up of mostly space had a nucleus with an electron or 2 or 3 or more rotating around it. If you look at the size of a nucleus and the size of an electron relative to those two sizes there is a massive amount of space between the two. If a nucleus were the size of the sun one of the outer planets would be the closest electron. That is the kind of space there is between the electron rotating around the nucleus of an atom. Going back to the solid chair, it is made up of molecules, atoms, components of atoms, electrons, protons and nucleus which is mostly space and it is moving at such a speed slow or fast to create the appearance of solidity, the illusion of being solid.

“Then they discovered that the electrons do not move according to a pattern but according to random movements. That they spin around in any number of ways. This data led them to discover why. Because there are smaller particles than atoms, smaller than electrons – there are subatomic particles. Electrons are made up of billions and billions of smaller particles as are the nucleus.

“Then they discovered that the space in between was filled with these tiny particles that were vibrating at a rate called space, instead of at a rate called electrons or proton or nucleus. These subatomic particles such as quarks, neutrinos, charms. They know there are 4 kinds that are positively charged and 4 kinds that are negatively charged.

“It is interesting how they discovered them because they are so small you can’t possibly see them. They took atoms and shot them through a huge chunk of lead. The subatomic particles go through and leave a trail. So, you can’t find a neutrino, but you can find a trail of a neutrino.

“They also found that it is the vibration or frequency of vibration of quarks, charms and neutrinos that determine whether this batch of a billion are going to be an electron or whether this batch of a billion are going to be a proton. The difference between a quark and a neutrino is nothing in its substance but everything in its vibration. Therefore, if something vibrates at a certain rate it is called a neutrino. If that something vibrates at a different rate it is called a quark. Therefore, it is the same thing just vibrating at a different rate.

“So that means that the atom is made up of everything that is the same. The proton, the space, the neutron are all the same thing just vibrating differently to take on the appearance of being different.

“They also found that a scientist watching tracks of these neutrinos and quarks were based on what the scientist wants it to do. So that if a scientist thinks that the trail is a neutrino because as it moves it comes so far and then at a vector angles off and therefore everything that does that is a neutrino. But if you want a neutrino to curve it will and if you want a quark to go straight it will.

“Scientists are discovering that these particles will respond to thought and it is thought which will determine whether a neutrino is an electron, a space or a proton. So it is thought that is the basic building block of the atom which is the basic building block of matter. So, therefore, it is thought that is the originator of atoms. Thought is the originator of matter.” Lazaris

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