The following text was written by Nathan Wheeler at “Truth Me Free” which he wrote in response to the above video. Sound has form! Science again affirms that what is in the Bible is true.
Sound has “form”. I will say it again… sound has form.
Many people have asked me why I’m so bent on using the name Yeshua Ha’Mashiach over the name Jesus Christ. In one of my videos I explain it’s due to something called Harmonutics. (No not, harmonics)
King James Bible
John – 1:1
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
I think this slips by people sometimes… “and the WORD WAS GOD.”
Now let’s ask the question what IS God? Answer: the creator of ALL THINGS.
Now we read in…
All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.
Words are SOUND… sound is FORM. I know I am being “on the nose” here but roll with me.
And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.
Names are words (as we know) and words being sound are form so names ARE forms. And His Name, aka Word, aka vibration, aka Sound has all power and authority and is the same that created ALL things.
Then Peter said, Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ (Yeshua Ha’Mashiach) of Nazareth rise up and walk.
Was Peter and the other Apostles believing in the literal reality of John 1:1?
Let’s read what Peter says about this man being healed in Acts…
And he took him by the right hand, and lifted him up: and immediately his feet and ancle bones received strength.
And his name through faith in his name hath made this man strong, whom ye see and know: yea, the faith which is by him hath given him this perfect SOUNDNESS in the presence of you all.
So Peter says the man “received” Yeshua’s name (a sound) and he himself became perfect SOUNDNESS.
A name so powerful it could make a human being an actual son (child) of God if “received”.
But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: (aka His Sound, aka His vibration)
So what are we to do with this Sound? This Vibration this Name?
Matt. 28:19, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in THE NAME of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Some people think this means to say “Father, Son and Holy Ghost” and not “Yeshua Ha’Mashiach. Let’s see what the Apostles understood about this when they actually DID a Baptism.
Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the Name of Iesus Christ, for the remission of sinnes, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.
Wait, wait, wait… so THE NAME of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost is “Yeshua Ha’Mashiach”? According to Peter… yes.
And what are we told to do with this NAME? This VIBRATION?
We are to baptise in water with it… and if we do Peter says we are PROMISED the Holy Ghost.
Water is interesting stuff. Why are we told to baptise in Water? Why not sand, or ash, or wax?
We are made of mostly water, and sound and water interact with each other in very special ways. So we are to recieve “vibration” (the name) while in water and if we do we are told we WILL recieve God’s Power.
So what is Harmonutics? Let’s bring that back… Harmonutics is the way sound interacts with the Human Body and Human frequencies. Keep in mind that we are made of mostly water and we are told to be baptise in water in “a Name” (sound, vibration) that is above all sounds and vibrations when you watch this video.
When you have finished watching this video read John 1:1 again. And know that in 1991 a Scientist proved that the big bang was actually a big “boom” not an explosion but a “sound”. The science community around the world received this theory as the truth yet is still not taught in schools. Hmmm.. I wonder why. Lol.
Today Scientist can actually “see & hear” the sound that created the universe in what is called “dark energy”. Time travel and wormholes and such are possible because of the SOUND ripples in space… exactly like the sound ripples in this video. Chew on that for a while. Lol
Science proves the Bible, not disproves it.
Be blessed and be the Blessing.
I’m a scientist, and I believe in God. I have recently had a discussion with a friend who says she wants to know who God is, but she is giving up. The Christian God as seen through Christians doesn’t seem to be right. The God/gods/spirituality of Native Americans makes some sense to her, but she isn’t sure if she really understands it. She is finding herself in a place of confusion. She said through all of the belief systems she has been researching, she feels like many different belief systems are all attempting to know who God is or the significance of spirituality.
She said to me, “How do I know whether God is the Christian God, or the Native American God, or the Mormon God? It seems like God shows parts of Himself to people, but no one person can know everything. We are each limited by our culture, by our experiences.”
Maybe people reading this feel the same way. How do we REALLY know who God is? Who has it right? Who REALLY knows who God is?
Ok I’ll tell you the answer, are you ready?
Who knows who God is?
If God is real, and he exists and shows himself to us, He is the only one who can show each of us the part of Himself that we are supposed to see. You don’t believe me? Well then ask Him. Put out a real, honest prayer. “God, if you are there, will you show me who you are? Not the part of God that my Mother sees, or the part of God that my friend sees, or the part of God that all the people at church see. I want to see the REAL God, whatever that means.”
Because if God is real, why wouldn’t He answer you?
I’m telling you He will, because I have experienced the answer.
Those who think scientists know everything are not scientists. It seems a general consensus among my scientific colleagues that the more you know about your field of study, the more you realize what you don’t know. As we become “experts” on a topic, we realize how much more study we need, how little our peers know, how little our advisors and scientific heroes know/knew. We realize how interdisciplinary every topic is, how it’s all entwined.
A colleague I know is involved in medical applications to geology. He has realized that this field now has him engulfed in geology, geochemistry, biology, medicine, biogeochemistry, and many more subdisciplines. I find this an amazing fact in life… things are all intertwined. There is meaning and purpose to each of our lives, and the applications are endless. This is the good news.
The bad news is that the more we know, the more we realize that much of our work is based on assumptions. Assumptions in methodology. Scientists are doing things the way that they know how, often based on the work of others. Work that they may not have completely understood, but they are published, right? Everyone else is doing it this way.
When will we think outside the box? We were designed for more. We could be studying with purpose, without shooting each other down when an idea we aren’t familiar with arises. We claim absolute certainty in theories and hypothesis, when anything can be disproven at any time. Now is the time for the young scientist to rise up and challenge thought. Be called ridiculous, stupid, insane, crazy. All of the best historical scientists were. They were belittled by scientists in their field and ridiculed by society.
How could we be so arrogant as to think that things are different today? That we have all things figured out and are just building on absolute? That we put good scientists who challenge thought into hiding?
Science shows us how these things happen, therefore there is no God.
I can’t count how many times recently I have read or seen something on TV or the internet where a scientific explanation of a natural phenomena is claimed to prove that God or other spiritual phenomena do not exist. For example, I saw a investigative documentary show on TV a few years back on the 10 plagues of Egypt. For those of you who aren’t familiar with this account from the Biblical book of Exodus, the Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians. When Moses, the leader of the Israelites, asks the Egyptian Pharaoh to let his people go, Pharaoh refuses. As a result of his refusal, God says to Moses and Pharaoh that He will send plagues to the land of Egypt until Pharaoh changes his mind. These plagues include darkness, locust infestation, water turning to blood, and 7 others for a total of 10 plagues.
The premise of this history/documentary show was to bring in experts to explain scientifically how these plagues could have happened. The investigators on the program demonstrated how it is possible a plague of locusts could have led to water turning to blood, or darkness, which would lead to other plagues, etc. I found the show really interesting, but their investigative conclusions really irked me. Experts were saying things to the effect of “So yes the Israelites THOUGHT that the darkness was caused by God, but in reality it was just a result of the plague of locusts darkening the sky”.. or other similar comments.
OK, so since you can explain scientifically how one plague led to another, that means God must not have had anything to do with it? So an all-knowing, all-powerful God couldn’t have set things in motion that abide by the laws of physics and nature which He established, and create the plagues in a way that we could explain scientifically? Because we can explain HOW God did it that means He didn’t do it? I hope you see where I’m going with this, and it isn’t the only example.
A scientific explanation of how things happen does not eliminate the possibility that there is a God. I love to look at science as an opportunity to explore how God did things. How was life formed on Earth? How is this universe working that God set into motion? Many religions and belief systems look at purpose and reason behind natural phenomena. I think that explaining the processes by which things happen is very different from thinking about the reasons WHY things happen or who if anyone is behind them. Because we can explain how earthquakes or volcanoes happen, does that mean God doesn’t know they will happen or didn’t cause them?
It’s time for science to allow for religious and spiritual people the opportunity to look for and explain natural mechanisms and phenomena in a scientific manner without being threatened when we embrace a spiritual meaning behind them. Maybe a scientist has the worldview that there is no purpose to life besides the fight for survival. That is not my worldview, so don’t push yours onto me.
Science doesn’t fit your worldview better than it does mine. Science doesn’t disprove God. For me, it explains how He works.
Plenty of religious and spiritual belief systems view earthquakes as a sign or warning to humanity. They are a bad omen. Many Biblical prophecies link an increase of earthquakes to the end of the world, which can put Christians on edge when there are large earthquakes in the news. Earthquakes are often quoted by spiritual and religious leaders/enthusiasts as being the result of God’s anger, or a spiritual call to renewal.
Matthew 24:7 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.
Psalm 18: 7 Then the earth reeled and rocked; the foundations also of the mountains trembled and quaked, because he was angry.
OK let’s talk science. In the past few weeks we have had several large earthquakes (a 7.4 off the coast of the Solomon Islands, a 6.6 in Nicaragua, and a 7.1 off the southwest coast of Papua New Guinea). Additionally, many large earthquakes with a magnitude 8.0 or greater have happened in recent years including an M9.0 in Japan in 2011, and many others (See this USGS page on recent significant earthquakes). Is there a trend?
Well, scientists would say yes. There has been a recent trend in large/significant earthquakes. I include significant because many smaller earthquakes happen in largely populated or low income areas and cause more damage and deaths than larger earthquakes elsewhere.
Is this increase in earthquakes unusual? Well, not necessarily. First of all, the overall increase of earthquakes (both large and small) we are detecting can be correlated with the increase of seismic instrumentation around the world. The more instruments we have, the more earthquakes we detect and record. This smaller sect of geology/seismology is a pretty new field, and the theory of plate tectonics has only been around for about 50 years. Seismic instrumentation was invented within the last 100 years, and a global network and number of seismic instruments have increased significantly in only the last 30 years. More instruments, more recorded earthquakes.
What about the increase of deaths and cost related to earthquake/tsunami damage? Well that has increased with the increase of our population. The more people on Earth, the more people at risk when an earthquake happens.
OK but what about all the big earthquakes? Even old records record those, seismic instruments or not. Good point. Within our limited worldwide earthquake historical record (see figure below) you can see a sort of “clustering” of larger earthquakes, both in recent times and also centering around the year 1960. Note that the record only shows through the year 2010, and many other large earthquakes are missing for years 2010-2014. Still, you can see that a similar trend to what is happening in recent years has happened in the somewhat recent past. Scientists are still struggling to understand the correlation of one large earthquake to another in these clustered events. If one earthquake is triggering another, why are the large events still many months or even years apart (as opposed to happening right when the seismic activity and seismic waves initially occur)? It’s interesting stuff.
Figure borrowed from Charles Ammon, after Ammon et al., SRL, 2010
Scientists may still be looking for reasons to explain the method by which these large earthquakes may or may not relate to each other, but it still allows for those of us who seek spiritual meaning to ponder it. Are these signs from God? Is it the end times? Does this mean Jesus is coming back soon? Is this perhaps the result of how we as humans have treated our planet, and is a punishment from the planet itself?
Maybe you believe there is an energy or other supernatural being that is aware of these things happening. This next segment holds my own spiritual interpretation, and maybe you have a different one you would like to share. My personal belief is that an all-knowing God sees in advance that these events will happen. If my God is all-knowing, He isn’t stupid. He is much smarter than you or me. Therefore these things do not surprise Him, and He understands the scientific mechanism by which it occurs. OK, He created it! I don’t think hurting people makes Him happy because I believe God is a loving God. We have made our own choices on this Earth as part of free will, and we suffer many things because of it. I don’t know if God causes them for this or that such reason because I’m not God.
One thing I do know is that whenever natural disasters affect us, people are reminded of the fragility of life. We are reminded of what is important. Those we love, the things we hold dear. And we think about death. People don’t like to think about death, but death is a very real part of being alive.. it is an inevitable event that none of us can escape. Maybe when earthquakes occur we can remind ourselves and each other that we love each other.
Whether or not earthquakes are a judgment or a sign, I think they are a reminder to us that we need to take the fragility of life seriously and live each day as if it were our last. That includes preparing ourselves to ponder what happens to us when we die.