Watch videos with subtitles in your language, upload your videos, create your own subtitles! Click here to learn more on "how to Dotsub"

Atom and Eve Class 3 - HD

0 (0 Likes / 0 Dislikes)
Thank you everybody for attending class number 3. I hope everybody if you weren't here live on Sunday morning, I'm sure you're already caught up, if not catch up in your own you know spare time but hopefully everybody's caught up we'll continue as if everybody's up to speed. As I mentioned on Sunday if you have questions along the way ask them. You can interrupt. So that you know if there's something that's bothering you, or something you want to just share or something you need an answer to ask it, we'll address it, if it's not too time consuming and then we'll just continue forward. Okay, so let's begin. Okay, class three Adam and Eve a Docucourse. It's literally been 15 billion years in the making but we'll even learn about that 15 billion year number in a later class. So, we're going to continue with the same topic we had on Sunday in classes one and two which was the profound influence of Kabbalah, the Zohar upon this world. So we're going to continue on in the 16th century. This is Dr John Dee brilliant influential man in England. He's an astronomer, mathematician, a navigator, a man of all trades, and different intellectual disciplines. He was also a consultant to Queen Elizabeth, he actually used you know Kabbalist astrology to help set the date for her Coronation. John Dee was considered to be the most learned man in Elizabethan England. Dee's usual influence on the scientific revolution is seen primarily through the lens of mathematics. There were lots of very smart people at the time doing very important things it was early in the scientific revolution. It was during the period of the voyages of exploration and John Dee was considered the most learned man. He wrote a preface to the first english translation of Euclid which was the key geometrical text of antiquity. He was extremely influential in the development of mathematical ideas in England by bringing mathematics into the hands of more ordinary people. He dramatically increases the number of people who can follow something like Newton's Principia. His great mathematical work. Newton's Principia was entirely written in the language of Euclidean Geometry. John Dee was heavily influenced by the Kabbalah and there's no doubt about it. He was someone who saw in Kabbalah the potential tool that could unlock the secrets of the universe. He uses Kabbalah in his Monasteroglyphica which is his great work trying to bring together all the secrets of the universe into one big picture. He believed that by getting closer to the true Kabbalah of nature he was getting back to a true relationship that human beings had once had with the world in which sickness would disappear, poverty would end, hunger would end, that you'd have a return to paradise because of the Kabbalah. So here's an interesting aside, James Bond world renowned a film character John Dee was known as the eyes of the Queen because when not only did he advise her astrologically, you know, for setting the date for a Coronation, and just giving you know astrological advice for a personal life, and Kabbalistic wisdom, He was also a spy for her. So he was known as the Eyes of the Queen and he would always sign his communication with her and a report he gave her with two eyes and then number 7 for the 7 Sephirot, the 7 dimensions, that affect our world directly. We all know, we should know by now, there are 10 dimensions to true reality but only 7 of them affect our world directly. We talked about it on Sunday that's why 7 continents, 7seas, 7 notes of music, 7 colors of the rainbow. So that's how we signed it. Whenever he was giving her report. Ian Fleming who wrote the first novels and created the character of James Bond, was looking for a, you know, an insignia and an identification form a secret code name for his number, so he was a fan of John Dee, many people in England all know John Dee very well, from historical standpoint, and so he took the two eyes, I think we all know where this is going, and he came up with two zeros and that was the birth of 007. So even Kabbalah even affected motion pictures. In the Renaissance they really did see a connection between Kabbalah, Plato, Pythagoras, Hermes Trismegisto, many of these ancient wisdom systems and ancient wisdom figures because they believed that they all had shadows of the truth. The truth being God's real plan for the universe. The real blueprint for the created world. But they only had a facet or a shadow, and Einstein said that: "what we see is just one facet of a crystal" and I think that what dear Newton felt was that all of these thinkers had one particular part of the truth. Meet Paracelsus. The United States National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health about maybe a little over 10 years ago put on a big display celebrating Paracelsus and the medical revolution of the Renaissance, it was a 500 year anniversary, because Paracelsus is an extremely important person in the development of modern medicine. Says the U.S National Library of Combat Congress. I'm sorry is the National Library of Medicine, the effect of Paracelsus on medicine was enormous. He's known as the father of modern medicine. He established the role of chemistry in medicine, Encyclopedia Britannica. The revolution in science began with the work of Paracelsus. So the whole scientific revolution many people looked at Paracelsus as the first person who started to change his thinking, thinking outside the box and he did that through his studies and learning and mastery of Kabbalah. Paracelsus whose full name, if I gave it to you would take up the rest of this film, was a german alchemist and physician of the late 16th century. Paracelsus is a Renaissance figure who many describe as the father of modern pharmaceutical medicine. He is considered one of the first people to break away from the ancient classical traditions of medicine. The same ones that killed so many people during the middle ages. He's someone who took us from a plant-based medicine system to a more chemical based medicine medical system. He was someone who donated his medical services to the poor as a town physician working in times of plague and epidemic disease in the early 16th century in central Europe and he was someone who was very interested in the secrets of nature and in finding links between different parts of the natural world that might not seem to be connected. So the stars, the plants, the human body, for example. Paracelsus tells us the secret to his power, to his wisdom, to his pursuit of new discovery innovation for this world and how to connect the macro cosmic you know the sun the planets the stars with the plants, and the trees, and the forests, and with the human body. Any area of endeavour where there's going to be new discovery, new breakthrough and I said innovation, Paracelsus gives us some advice, He wrote: All of you who seek land beyond the horizon, who teach so much wisdom remember that you must embrace the wisdom of Kabbalah in order to accomplish all your goals. Meet Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz one of the greatest minds of the entire scientific revolution. Everybody heard of Newton not many unless you're you know history and you know science heard of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. He's not a household name like Newton, though many believe he even surpassed Newton in his abilities. Newton was very jealous of the man. Leibniz invented calculus, he invented mechanical calculators, he is considered to be the father of the modern day computer, he's going back 500 years ago, and the most brilliant mind of the scientific revolution. The same way they only speak about Newton in terms of scientific terms never exploring and revealing Newton's passion and obsession with biblical codes, and secrets and Kabbalah, and mysticism, same with Leibniz if you study physics and science they all talk about his brilliant contributions to science they ignored his relentless pursuit for answers in mystical wisdom notably Kabbalah and the Zohar. We talked about the royal society last week on sunday how it's one it's still today the most prestigious academy in the world for only the greatest scientists in history. The Royal Society of London elected Leibniz a fellow on 19th of April 1673. According to the Dalle Molle Institute for artificial intelligence commenting upon Leibniz: Leibniz sometimes called the last universal genius, that's how he was viewed to this day. He's the last of the universal geniuses, he invented at least two things that are essential for our modern world. He invented calculus, he invented binary arithmetics based on bits. Binary arithmetics, which he invented around 1679,

Video Details

Duration: 58 minutes and 42 seconds
Language: English
License: Dotsub - Standard License
Genre: None
Views: 2
Posted by: mosheoliveira on Mar 13, 2021

Atom and Eve Class 3 - HD

Caption and Translate

    Sign In/Register for Dotsub above to caption this video.