Quotes

Quotes

The reason for adding a quotes section is because many times other people can sum up an idea with such clarity that any attempt to duplicate it would be a waste of our time. I hope you enjoy these quotes as I find they are in agreement with our line of thinking where Tetryonics is concerned.

"The whole world benefits from one person’s good deed."
- The Zohar

"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new." - Socrates

"Those who are able to see beyond the shadows and lies of their culture will never be understood, let alone believed, by the masses.” - Plato

“Most men and women, by birth or nature, lack the means to advance in wealth or power, but all have the ability to advance in knowledge.” - Pythagoras

"If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants." -- Isaac Newton

"The world is a terrible place not because of the bad things that happen but because of the good people who stand by and do nothing." --Albert Einstein 

"...the scientist makes use of a whole arsenal of concepts which he imbibed practically with his mother's milk; and seldom if ever is he aware of the eternally problematic character of his concepts. He uses this conceptual material, or, speaking more exactly, these conceptual tools of thought, as something obviously, immutably given; something having an objective value of truth which is hardly even, and in any case not seriously, to be doubted. ...in the interests of science it is necessary over and over again to engage in the critique of these fundamental concepts, in order that we may not unconsciously be ruled by them." -- Albert Einstein

“Enlightenment is a destructive process. It has nothing to do with becoming better or being happier. Enlightenment is the crumbling away of untruth. It's seeing through the facade of pretense. It's the complete eradication of everything we imagined to be true.” ― Adyashanti

“ Nothing is more beautiful than to know all.” and “All of nature in its awful vastness and incomprehensible complexity is in the end interrelated - worlds within worlds within worlds: the seen and the unseen - the physical and the immaterial are all connected - each exerting influence on the next - bound, as it were, by chains of analogy - magnetic chains. Every decision, every action mirrors, ripples, reflects and echoes throughout the whole of creation. The world is indeed bound with secret knots." -- Athanasius Kircher

"Consider an intelligence which, at any instant, could have a knowledge of all the forces controlling nature together with the momentary conditions of all the entities of which nature consists. If this intelligence were powerful enough to submit all these data to analysis it would be able to embrace in a single formula the movements of the largest bodies in the universe and those of the lightest atoms; for it nothing would be uncertain; the past and future would be equally present for its eyes." -- Pierre-Simon Laplace

"The new idea is that what is permanent in these ultimate particles or small aggregates is their shape and organization...They are, as it were, pure shape, nothing but shape." -- Erwin Schrödinger

"In mathematics, as in any scientific research, we find two tendencies present. On the one hand, the tendency toward abstraction seeks to crystallize the logical relations inherent in the maze of material that is being studied, and to correlate the material in a systematic and orderly manner. On the one hand, the tendency toward intuitive understanding fosters a more immediate grasp of the objects one studies, a live rapport with them, so to speak, which stresses the concrete meaning of their relations.

As to geometry, in particular, the abstract tendency has here led to the magnificent systematic theories of Algebraic Geometry, of Riemannian Geometry, and of Topology; these theories make extensive use of abstract reasoning and symbolic calculation in the sense of algebra.

Notwithstanding this, it is still as true today as it ever was that intuitive understanding plays a major role in geometry. And such concrete intuition is of great value not only for the research worker, but also for anyone who wishes to study and appreciate the results of research in geometry." -- David Hilbert -- "Geometry and the imagination"

"Electricity is often called wonderful, beautiful; but it is so only in common with the other forces of nature. The beauty of electricity or of any other force is not that the power is mysterious, and unexpected, touching every sense at unawares in turn, but that it is under law, and that the taught intellect can even govern it largely. The human mind is placed above, and not beneath it, and it is in such a point of view that the mental education afforded by science is rendered super-eminent in dignity, in practical application and utility; for by enabling the mind to apply the natural power through law, it conveys the gifts of God to man." -- Michael Faraday

"Perhaps I may be allowed a parable, and say that similarly it is customary to ignore or to deny the existence of a spiritual world. As with the Ether, so we are painfully unaware of such an influence, we are blind and deaf to its reality: we are really stupid in our self-satisfaction and narrowness of outlook. Most of us apprehend little more than the animals: we go on with no more knowledge than is necessary for daily life: and it is rather the fashion to despise those who seek to enlighten us. There has always been a tendency to deny and contemn the pioneers of knowledge: all knowledge has to make its way slowly and painfully against a mass of prejudice and inertia. To a certain degree this may be wise: to accept things too readily would be rash: unbalance and enthusiastic credulity is always to be deprecated: it is better to be slow in accepting the truth than to be ready to accept falsehood. A certain amount of opposition is salutary; though there comes a point at which opposition to truth ceases to be beneficial and becomes mere obscurantism. Opinions may differ as to when that stage is reached in any given case.

Meanwhile our theories or our lack of theory, our perception or our blindness, do not alter facts. The facts are there all the time, and are independent of what humanity thinks about them. For ages people were ignorant that the stars were other suns, and not mere appendages to the Earth. We are constantly closing our minds to Reality, or rather we are living among realities of which we have no apprehension. Open our eyes that we may see! Should we not ask this? Some things in the age of science we are beginning to learn which were unknown to the Ancients; but in time we too shall be Ancients, and our descendants will wonder at our blindness and stupidity. Especially perhaps at the blindness and stupidity of some of the learned - some of the scribes.

Revelation has not ceased, through it takes many forms; and those to whom perception has come must relieve their minds by utterance, and not expect to be fully understood in their day and generation. Their own knowledge, so far as it is sound, is but a step in advance; and they must have faith that humanity will take it in due time. Meanwhile they must possess their souls in patience; they need not strive nor cry; in quietness and confidence shall be their strength.

Reality is what everyone is keen to know about. No one wants to be deceived; all are eager for trustworthy information, if it be forthcoming, about both the material and the spiritual worlds, which together seem to constitute the Universe." -- Sir Oliver Lodge

"Quantum theory, while extending atomism almost limitlessly, has at the same time plunged it into a crisis that is severer than most people are prepared to admit. On the whole the present crisis in modern basic science points to the necessity of revising its foundations down to very early layers." -- Erwin Schrödinger

"It is probably true quite generally that in the history of human thinking the most fruitful developments frequently take place at those point where two different lines of thought meet. These lines may have their roots in quite different parts of human culture, in different times or different cultural environments or different religious traditions: hence if they actually meet, that is, if they at lease so much relate to each other that a real interaction can take place, then one may hope that new and interesting developments may follow." -- Werner Heisenberg

"The gross structure of many of the familiar systems observed in nature is determined by a relatively small number of universal constants. Had these constants taken different numerical values from those observed, then these systems would differ correspondingly in their structure. What is especially interesting is that, in many cases, only a modest alteration of values would result in a drastic restructuring of the system concerned." -- Paul Davies

"There seems little doubt we are on the threshold of a rich new expressive means in the arts and of powerful new theories in science. The adoption and further exploration of the principles outlined below may lead to the development of a highly sophisticated language—one that might be understood universally.

This is because such a language would reflect universal organization in principle. Such a universal language could extend the potential for expression and communication far beyond what we currently know as art or language.

The gradual elucidation of scale structures together with syntactical exploration and interconnection of these will result in the discovery of not only a powerful expressive means but also a high-order language with the ability to extend science and art, in fact thinking itself, to a level we might only dream of today.The challenge for the new art is not only to discover resonant scale structures and syntaxes but to apply and combine these to form a new language of visual forms and events.

The sign that we are on the right track in our quest will be that the new syntax and scale structures connect up in exquisite ways with many existing covert scale structures within mathematics, music, topology, linguistics, and the natural world. Ultimately, the new language will embrace them all. Then we shall know ourselves, each other, and the universe more fully.This document is therefore but a beginning; an outline of the principles of new ways of thinking, creating, exploring. It presents a new frontier, a new challenge. My hope is that it advances not only the cause of art, but of how we think, and of what we can know.

The theory stands upon the shoulders of many giants of the past, bringing together their history-making breakthroughs within a single schema. Thus the theory is both new and old. It is new in what it brings together and in how it is brought together. In addition, new concepts are proposed and these are then applied to the foundations of geometry and number theory including Pythagoras' theorem. But it is a newness that builds upon the foundation of the individual achievements of many others; a consciousness not only of human history, but of the human discovery of cosmic origins, timescales, and orders.

Finally, the document presents a number of conjectures arising from the theory, and whether these are someday proven true or partly true is perhaps less important than whether the general premise of the ideas here presented proves to be valuable to peoples or persons now or in the future.

What exactly is a unit? And, by implication, a number? And how might these abstract concepts be best represented or symbolized within the jurisdiction of a language of which they form the parts? Is an 'intuitive knowing' (axiom) called for? A 'given' which must forever remain 'incompletely definable' (here alluding to Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem) because the concept of the unit lies at the heart of definitions themselves, and therefore any definition of itself must surely, ipso facto, be tautologous? We must remember that all things in our Universe (including 'definitions') are relative as required by the Principle of Universal Relativity —nothing is 'cut off' or separated, else it remains unknowable, neither may it 'influence' or 'be influenced'.

A significant oversight and omission is thus revealed at the fundamental level of the notion of the unit in mathematics—at the very least, units pertaining to the measurement of areas - including the concept of units as taught in primary, secondary, and even (sometimes) tertiary education.

Thus every 'square' number can just as easily be represented in equilateral triangular form.

[In light of the equally-triangular nature of the so-called 'square numbers'] ..is it not curious then, that in the history of mathematics, squares have served the role of 'general-purpose units-of-area', it would appear by default rather than design?

We have applied square plugs to nearly every shaped hole under the mathematical sun. The notion of units-relative-to-wholes has not been taken up seriously perhaps because issues of comparison have tended to focus on differences more than similarities or 'resonances'. In the comparative measurement of areas, we have inducted the square as the default unit of area and a universal arbiter of comparison ('this area is so-many-square units whereas that area is a lesser number of equivalent square units, and is therefore smaller'). It is ironic because comparisons involve relating something to something else, and thus a choice of units relative to the system concerned must ultimately be simpler and more powerful.

...the application of relative units to mathematical and spatial problems allows a deeper understanding of qualitative differences as well as a simpler and more resonant connection of geometric problems to number theory and analysis." -- Wayne Roberts - Scale Structure Theory

“To my mind there must be, at the bottom of it all, not an equation, but an utterly simple idea. And to me that idea, when we finally discover it, will be so compelling, so inevitable, that we will say to one another, Oh, how beautiful. How could it have been otherwise?” and "Some day a door will surely open and expose the glittering central mechanism of the world in its beauty and simplicity." - John Archibald Wheeler

"At present, we imagine all space to be filled by a superposition of fields, each named after an elementary particle—electrons, protons, various kinds of mesons, etc. As new species proliferate, it becomes more and more desirable that future theory, if it resembles the present one at all, should contain but a single field, with the present types of matter corresponding to different modes of excitation of it." - David Park

"If you would be a real seeker after truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things." -- Rene Descartes

"Where you turn Science into Dogma...Is when you "Lock-in" on a given Model...You assume your Model is perfect...and therefore anything that does not agree with that model can not possibly exist in Nature..." -- Tom Bearden

"Everybody is entitled to their own opinions but Nobody is entitled to their own facts."--Daniel Patrick Moynahan

"Mathematicians...do not even need to know what they are talking about.”...and..."There is a pleasure in recognizing old things from a new point of view. Also there are problems for which the new point of view offers a distinct advantage." -- Richard Feynman

"You ask me if an ordinary person by studying hard would get to be able to imagine these things like I imagine. Of Course!..I was an ordinary person who studied hard. There is no miracle people. It just happened they got interested in these things and they learned all these stuff. They’re just people!!There is no talent special miracle ability to understand quantum mechanics or a miracle ability to imagine electromagnetic fields that comes without practice and reading and learning and mathematics. So if you say you take an ordinary person whose willing to devote a great deal of time on studying and thinking and mathematics and so on. Then he’s become a scientist!" - Richard Feynman

'The history of theoretical physics is a record of the clothing of mathematical formula which were right, or very nearly right, with physical interpretations which were often ver badly wrong.' - Jeans

“We have to be able to recognize that the attainment of knowledge is the highest labor of mankind. And that the attainment of knowledge is the basis of all philanthropy, the basis of all unselfishness, the basis of all cooperation, and the strengthening of all the constructive emotions of the human being.

Therefore to do this, it must be a discipline. And all ancient people set aside certain disciplines for those who wanted to know the truth more than anything else. These they called the mystery schools. The greatest of all wisdom is the love of truth, the love of reality.

We’ve had years of years of corrupted wisdom. We’ve head years of years of pseudo knowledge and we’re now very much in need of the real thing.” -- Manly P. Hall

"Any path is only a path, and there is no affront, to oneself or to others, in dropping it if that is what your heart tells you . . . Look at every path closely and deliberately. Try it as many times as you think necessary. Then ask yourself, and yourself alone, one question . . . Does this path have a heart? If it does, the path is good; if it doesn’t it is of no use." -- Carfos Castaneda, The Teachings of Don juan

"Increasing numbers of people will recognize what is today still widely disputed, that spiritual science does not in the least degree detract from religious sensibility, from the religious life of man, but on the contrary seeks to form a bond that will again unite scientific man with the mysteries that are accessible to him through religious revelation. True spiritual science is not in any sense opposed to natural science, nor can it estrange anyone from religious life.” -- Rudolf Steiner

"The combination of mathematics and theology, which began with Pythagoras, characterized religious philosophy in Greece, in the Middle Ages, and in modern times down to Kant . . . In Plato, St Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz there is an intimate blending of religion and reasoning, of moral aspiration with logical admiration of what is timeless, which comes from Pythagoras, and distinguishes the intellectualized theology of Europe from the more straightforward mysticism of Asia." -- Bertrand Russell

“Think for yourself, Question authority. Throughout human history, as our species has faced the frightening, terrorizing fact that we do not know who we are, or where we are going in this ocean of chaos, it has been the authorities, the political, the religious, the educational authorities who attempted to comfort us by giving us order, rules, regulations, informing, forming in our minds their view of reality. To think for yourself you must question authority and learn how to put yourself in a state of vulnerable, open-mindedness; chaotic, confused, vulnerability to inform yourself. Think for yourself. Question authority.” -- Timothy Leary

"It's most important of all to question authority. It's very clear, if we look at the history of science, that the great advances have always been made against the background of enormous resistance from the 'Establishment.' If we just blindly accept what the so called authorities tell us, then we will never make any kind of progress in ideas. It's essential to keep an open mind to all possibilities and not to be bound down by theories and ideas put forward by an entrenched establishment who have a vested interest in those very theories and ideas." - Graham Hancock

"To be rich is to give; to give nothing is to be poor; to live is to love; to love nothing is to be dead; to be happy is to devote oneself; to exist only for oneself is to damn oneself, and to exile oneself to hell." - Eliphas Levi

"One day all the lies will collapse under their own weight, and the truth will once again triumph." - Dr. Joseph Goebbels

“No one lights a lamp in order to hide it behind the door: the purpose of light is to create more light, to open people’s eyes, to reveal the marvels around.” - Paulo Coelho

"We gravitate and relate to geometric forms and images - not because its a logical expression of beauty - but because its an intrinsic expression of consciousness." - Rene Cormier

"We have reached a time when physics is no longer physical. The failure of the central equations has forced the entire field into mysticism. Modern physicists have found that mysticism sells better than science. The public has always been more interested in magic than in physics. They love to hear about spooky forces and time travel and backward causality and quantum tunneling, multiple dimensions and wormholes. Rigor and logic mean less than nothing to most people.

Fake physics also creates more jobs than real physics would, since we only need one person to write a good equation, but hundreds of people can be included in finessing bad equations for each new real or thought experiment. Entire sub-fields of variations and violations and quantum fudging can be created, and have been created. This eventually spun out into string theory, which is just a massive sub-field of quantum fudging, one composed entirely of fudge. Almost nothing in new physics is connected to reality in any way, by even the slenderest of threads. Every new paper is just someone's fantasy, dreamed up in front of a computer screen and surrounded by great enveloping clouds of magician's math.

You all know this is true, so don't bother denying it. If you have any nut of a conscience, any residue of real science remaining in you, you job is not to deny it, but to get busy correcting it. It is never too late to get on the right path. Gamow and Bohr and Born and Pauli and Heisenberg and even Feynman are long dead and cannot harm you. Their ghosts are being flogged for their sins to science in some parallel universe or grubby wormhole. But there is work to be done: I suggest we do it." - Miles Mathis

Existence and the ordinary turmoil of life, the struggle and the confusion which sooner or later binds consciousness by manifold links to an unevolved infantile and emotional attitude towards life, creat anxiety and deep-seated fears. We entertain fear for the morrow and in the face of the unexpected. Fear and anxiety give rise in early life to automatisms and compulsive behaviour, to what might be called a shrinkage of the sphere of consciousness. It sets up an involuntary habitual contraction of the ego instead of a full-hearted easy acceptance of whatever may come in life, be it joy or sorrow, pain or pleasure. Continues sufficiently long, this attitude develops into mental rigidity, into a closed and crystallized conscious outlook, complacent and narrow, in which all further growth is impossible. Apart, from this, many people become fixed and hidebound for quite other reasons - becoming over-attached to traditional and unoriginal modes of thinking and feeling. The result is that all spontaneity of intellect and feeling is thoroughly eliminated from the realm of possibility. It is a sacrifice which entails the death of all that is creative within. The individual becomes enclosed within an iron cage of his own construction - forged through fear of life.From this, there seems no escape. No doubt consciousness becomes developed to a very high degree, to the point where it becomes clear, inventive, and trenchant. It becomes so, however at the expense of life itself. Such a development is at the expense of flexibility and elasticity. Its cost is the loss of all that the underlying any dynamic unconscious aspect of the psyche implies - warmth, depth of feeling, inspiration, and ease of life and living. Too great a price to be paid." -- Israel Regardie 

"There is significant evidence that scientists since Tesla have known about this energy, but that its existence and potential use has been discouraged and indeed suppressed over the past half century or more." – Dr. Theodor C. Loder III

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Tesla Quotes

“Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality." 


"The mind is sharper and keener in seclusion and uninterrupted solitude. No big laboratory is needed in which to think. Originality thrives in seclusion free of outside influences beating upon us to cripple the creative mind. Be alone, that is the secret of invention; be alone, that is when ideas are born. That is why many of the earthly miracles have had their genesis in humble surroundings."

"Like a wave in the physical world, in the infinite ocean of the medium which pervades all, so in the world of organisms, in life, an impulse started proceeds onward, at times, may be, with the speed of light, at times, again, so slowly that for ages and ages it seems to stay, passing through processes of a complexity inconceivable to men, but in all its forms, in all its stages, its energy ever and ever integrally present.

A single ray of light from a distant star falling upon the eye of a tyrant in bygone times may have altered the course of his life, may have changed the destiny of nations, may have transformed the surface of the globe, so intricate, so inconceivably complex are the processes in Nature. In no way can we get such an overwhelming idea of the grandeur of Nature than when we consider, that in accordance with the law of the conservation of energy, throughout the Infinite, the forces are in a perfect balance, and hence the energy of a single thought may determine the motion of a universe.”

"We wind a simple ring of iron with coils; we establish the connections to the generator, and with wonder and delight we note the effects of strange forces which we bring into play, which allow us to transform, to transmit and direct energy at will.” 

“I do not rush into actual work. When I get a new idea, I start at once building it up in my imagination, and make improvements and operate the device in my mind. When I have gone so far as to embody everything in my invention, every possible improvement I can think of, and when I see no fault anywhere, I put into concrete form the final product of my brain.”

“I can never forget the first sensations I experienced when it dawned upon me that I had observed something possibly of incalculable consequences to mankind. I felt as though I were present at the birth of a new knowledge or the revelation of a great truth."

“My first observations positively terrified me as there was present in them something mysterious, not to say supernatural, and I was alone in my laboratory at night; but at that time the idea of these disturbances being intelligently controlled signals did not yet present itself to me."

“The changes I noted were taking place periodically and with such a clear suggestion of number and order that they were not traceable to any cause known to me."

“I was familiar, of course, with such electrical disturbances as are produced by the sun, Aurora Borealis, and earth currents, and I was as sure as I could be of any fact that these variations were due to none of these causes."

“The nature of my experiments precluded the possibility of the changes being produced by atmospheric disturbances, as has been rashly asserted by some. It was sometime afterward when the thought flashed upon my mind that the disturbances I had observed might be due to an intelligent control."

“Although I could not at the time decipher their meaning, it was impossible for me to think of them as having been entirely accidental. The feeling is constantly growing on me that I had been the first to hear the greeting of one planet to another. A purpose was behind these electrical signals.”

“The signals are too strong to have travelled the great distances from Mars to Earth"

“So I am forced to admit to myself that the sources must come from somewhere in nearby space or even the moon. I am certain however, that the creatures that communicate with each other every night are not from Mars, or possibly from any other planet in our solar system.”

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ABRAHAM QUOTES BELOW


"For any physical model to be valid it must demonstrate the known facts."

"Ultimately the inventive theories of Einstein and his school, like the inventive theories of Aristotle, will accumulate too many ad hoc modifications—too many epicycles, we may say—and they will have to give way to theories, derived inductively, that are both mathematically and conceptually correct."

"...namely physics and maths are not one and the same thing; whilst you can model physics with (some) math, you cannot and should not use just any maths to model physics."

"Many scientists find it hard to believe that the investigators who constructed the currently accepted theories could have made so many mistakes. It should be emphasized, therefore, that the profusion of conflicts between present-day ideas and our findings does not indicate that the previous investigators have made a multitude of errors. What has happened is that they have made a few serious errors that have had a multitude of consequences."

"The Pythagorean equation is at the core of much of geometry, it links geometry with algebra, and is the foundation of trigonometry. Without it, accurate surveying, mapmaking, and navigation would be impossible, but its application to the energy-momenta geometries of Electromagnetic fields and Matter in motion in Physics is erroneous and must be corrected for science to advance."

"What's been missing from the Standard Model of physics today, as it's been developed, is a tangible geometry in order to further develop a lot of our math. The current math at the moment relies on Gaussian formulations, where 4[pi] geometries are assumed to be spherical just like planets and stars. What Tetryonics will show and further elaborate on, is that the geometry, or the [pi] geometry of energy is in fact equilateral triangles. It's the tessellation or joining together of these equilateral triangles that creates the quantum mechanics that we formulate our math on."

"It will take years for the scientific community to read and comprehend my work as they will be relearning the basics of physics. I see no reason why others willing to open their minds to new information and keen to understand the workings of the Universe should be delayed in doing so just because a few academics wish to hold things up while they wrap their heads around the basics.

And neither will I sign away my copyrights in order to publish or hide my work behind a Journal's paywall so they can charge a ridiculous [and to some prohibitive] price just to access the work.

My work is and always will be provided freely for the masses. As I said before I do what I do for very good reasons. Perhaps one day, if you a scientific breakthrough of your own, you will come to appreciate the disincentives of the 'system' that so many ardently promote.

New scientific advances should be shared freely, not patented, sequestered and/or used to extort money from people.

Tetryonic Theory strongly supports the Electric Universe's model of Electromagnetic interactions driving the physics of our Universe on all scales. A close examination of this work will reveal how equilateral [squared] Planck energy momenta can easily extend and give shape to our current EM models and correct many of the mathematical misconceptions that have arisen over time from extrapolating math without foundation. We invite you to review the work with an open mind."


“What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving, how express and admirable in action, how like an angel, in apprehension, how like a god.” W. Shakespeare

"But there were always a few faithful souls who kept alive the Flame, tending it carefully, and not allowing its light to become extinguished. And thanks to these staunch hearts, and fearless minds, we have the truth still with us. The lips of wisdom are closed, except to the ears of Understanding.”

 The Kybalion