Evidenced Based Scientific Neurotheology in ‘Tongues’ or Different Languages Is A Spiritual Gift’ 

Religions began 5000 years ago. Abraham, the ‘father’ of 3 Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Islam and Christianity, was born approximately 2000 BC and Moses about 1440 BC, David 1000 BC (Before Christ) [Jewish Virtual Library: Abraham] [The Timeline between Adam and Jesus, Burt Lockwood, Blogos]

Jesus and Christianity were born and began 2018 years ago

The world was flat until Galileo, a brilliant physicist, who invented the experimental method, suggested that that the Earth was not flat and our Earth circled and rotated around the sun.

Consequently, for his irreverence, Galileo was imprisoned and excommunicated from the Catholic Church by the Pope. His excommunication judgment was entered in 1633. Galileo’s excommunication was posthumously annulled only a few years ago by the Pope John Paul. [64.]  In 1992, the news reported that the Catholic Church had vindicated Galileo:

“The error of the theologians of the time, when they maintained the centrality of the Earth, was to think that our understanding of the physical world’s structure was, in some way, imposed by the literal sense of Sacred Scripture. [Pope John Paul II, L’Osservatore Romano N. 44 (1264) – November 4, 1992.] [70.]

Students learned in school and understand that Galileo was correct. Basic scientific facts are understood by grade school children. Times have changed. More complicated scientific facts have been discovered each day.

Both scientific and non-scientific spiritual and religious students deserve the complete story. Scientific spiritual students need a philosophy they can believe that complements their understanding of science. Bear in mind, not all are blessed with scientific intelligence.

Traditionally, the Holy Scriptures have been interpreted by Religions to set the conditions of human life without the benefits of Science. The principles of Religions and Science are not ‘reconciled’.

Nowadays, physics strives to set the interpretations of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics without computations of Biological conditions of life.

“The relationship between Religion and Science is the subject of continued debate in philosophy and theology. To what extent are Religion and Science compatible? Are religious beliefs sometimes conducive to science, or do they inevitably pose obstacles to scientific inquiry? The interdisciplinary field of ‘Religion (theology) and Science’ aims to answer these questions.

“Wilkins and Griffiths (2013) hold that the epistemic, knowledge and proof, hypothesis can sometimes be opposed: evolutionary processes do track truth in both commonsense beliefs and scientific beliefs.

“However, they hold that this move does not work for religious and moral beliefs, because such beliefs are assumed not to be the result of truth-tracking scientific intellectual and rational processes.

Some authors (e.g., McCauley 2011) indeed think there is a large difference between the intellectual, rational processes involved in science and in religion. [Religion and Science, Jan 17, 2017, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy]

“Science began approximately 1500 years ago. The publication of Copernicus’ book De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres), just before his death in 1543, was a major event in the history of science, triggering the Copernican Revolution and making an important contribution to the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment.[8]Edward Rosen, “Copernicus, Nicolaus”, Encyclopedia Americana, International Edition, volume 7, Danbury, Connecticut, Grolier Incorporated, 1986, ISBN 0-7172-0117-1, pp. 755–56.]

Evidence of the Soul was first discovered around 2014, 521 years after the Scientific Revolution and Copernicus.

“American physicist and anesthesiologist, Dr Stuart Hameroff, and British physicist, Sir Roger Penrose, world-renowned quantum scientists, said they can prove the existence of the soul. They developed a quantum theory of Consciousness asserting that Human Souls are contained inside structures called microtubules which are components of Human brain cells.” [Scientists offer quantum theory of soul’s existence NewsComAu Oct. 31, 2012]

Hameroff and Penrose believe, after death of the physical body, human consciousness lives on as the Soul, which is stored in neuron brain cells, as a packet of quantum subatomic energy.

“The first 2 minutes after death stops the heart, there is a spike in EEG gamma waves. The end-of-life EEG brain activity could represent near death experiences (NDEs) and/or out-of-body experiences (OBEs) phenomenology, or even the Soul leaving the body. 

”End-of-life brain activity, EEG gamma (γ) waves recorded by doctors, ~ the first 2 minutes following Human physical death, appear to be signs of the departing Human Soul,” many scientists, Dr. Penrose and Hameroff now believe.

Perhaps Shakespeare said is best when Hamlet opined: ‘‘ay, there’s the rub, for in that sleep of death what dreams may come.’’ (Hamlet, Act III, Scene I)

Religions have not proved God per se, but discovery of the Soul is the best inference connecting the Soul to God i.e. circumstantial evidence. “Neuronal function involves quantum coherence, which is the foundation of the Penrose-Hameroff Theory, which suggests large-scale quantum effects concerning Human consciousness and secondarily the Soul.

In physics, Coherence is when 2 wave sources are perfectly coherent and have a constant phase difference, the same frequency and the same waveform. Coherence is an ideal property of waves that enables stationary (i.e. temporally and spatially constant) interference.

“Testimonials from prominent physics researchers from institutions such as Cambridge University, Princeton University, and the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich claim that quantum mechanics predicts some version of “life after death.” They assert that a person may possess a body-soul duality that is an extension of the wave-particle duality of subatomic particles. [The Cosmos News, Published on Dec 24, 2015]

“Dr Hans-Peter Dürr, former head of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich, has said: “What we consider the here and now, this world, it is actually just the material level that is comprehensible….”The beyond is an infinite reality that is much bigger…. “The body dies but the spiritual quantum field continues. In this way, I am immortal.

“Nature is the great nanotechnologist. Nano– definition is  one billionth (10—9, 1/1,000,000,000) part of something.

“The chemical machinery that powers biological systems consists of complicated molecules structured at the nanoscale (one billionth, 10—9, 1/1,000,000,000 part) and sub-nanoscale. At these small scales, the dynamics of the chemical machinery is governed by the laws of quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics is well known to exhibit strange and counterintuitive effects.

“Quantum mechanics, coherence and entanglement play an important role in a.) living systems b.) in chemistry c.) determine the valence structure of atoms d.)they form of covalent bonds.

“Quantum mechanics a,) fixes the normal allowed chemical compounds b.)decides the parameters of chemical reactions c.) and fixes a countable, discrete number of possible chemical compounds.

“Chemistry, in turn, sets the rules for what biological structures are possible and how they function.

“Biomolecules can contain many atoms (billions in the case of DNA). As molecules become larger and more complex, quantum coherence becomes harder to maintain. Vibrational modes and interactions with the environment tend to decohere quantum superpositions.

“Consequently, most biomolecular mechanisms have traditionally been modeled as essentially classical processes. For example, classical ‘ball and spring’ models of molecules can capture accurately many aspects of molecular dynamics. As a result, for many years, the conventional answer to the question of whether quantum coherence and entanglement are important for biological processes has been, not really.

“Recently, however, strong evidence has emerged that quantum coherence is playing an important role in certain selected biological processes [1-3].

“The strongest evidence for quantum coherence occurs in photosynthesis, which will form the main topic of this paper (a review of the mechanisms for photosynthesis can be found in [4].

“Indirect evidence for quantum coherence also appears in bird navigation [5-6] – the so-called ‘avian compass’ – and in the sense of smell [7-8]. [International Symposium “Nanoscience and Quantum Physics 2011” IOP Publishing Journal of Physics: Conference Series 302 (2011) 012037 doi:10.1088/1742-6596/302/1/012037]

“These claims caused great hilarity in our quantum information theory group at MIT, as it seemed implausible that a quantum algorithm such as quantum search could be performed in the hot, wet, and noisy conditions inside a living cell.

“Despite our collective skepticism, conscientiousness obliged us to take a look. Moreover, Alan Aspuru-Guzik, an assistant professor of chemistry at Harvard, had interacted with the Fleming group and could vouch for the seriousness and accuracy of their results. So I read the paper and discussed it with Alan. The paper was a masterwork.

“Conclusion: Quantum coherence plays a strong role in photosynthetic energy transport, and may also play a role in the avian compass and sense of smell. In retrospect, it should come as no surprise that quantum coherence enters biology.

“Biological processes are based on chemistry, and chemistry is based on quantum mechanics. If an organism can attain an advantage in reproduction, however slight, by putting quantum coherence to use, then over time natural selection has a chance to engineer the necessary biochemical mechanisms to exploit that coherence.

“Different types of quantum processes that operate at the same time scale can interact strongly either to assist or to impede one another. In photosynthetic energy transfer, the convergence of quantum time scales gives rise to more efficient and robust transport.

“Evolved biological systems exhibit the quantum ‘Goldilocks effect’: natural selection pushes together time scales to allow quantum processes to help each other out.”

References [1] Engel G S, Calhoun T R, Read E L, Ahn T K, Mancal T, Cheng Y C, Blankenship R E and Fleming G R 2007 Nature 446 782 [2] Collini E, Wong C Y, Wilk K E, Curmi P M, Brumer P and Scholes G D 2010 Nature 463 644 [3] Panitchayangkoon G, Hayes D, Fransted K A, Caram J R, Harel E, Wen J, Blankenship R E and Engel G S 2010 Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 107 12766 [4] Blankenship R E 2002 Molecular Mechanisms of Photosynthesis, (London: Blackwell Science) [5] Ritz T, Adem S and Schulten K 2000 Biophys. J. 78 707 [6] Rodgers T and Hore P J 2009 Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 106 353 [7] Turin L 1996 Chem. Senses 21 773 [8] Franco M I, Turin L, Mershin A and Skoulakis E M C 2011 Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 108 3797 [9] Grover L K 1996 Proc. 28th Ann. ACM Sym. Th. Comp. p 212 [10] Farhi E and Gutmann S 1998 Phys. Rev. A 58 915 [11] Mohseni M, Rebentrost P, Lloyd S and Aspuru-Guzik A 2008 J. Chem. Phys. 129 174106 [12] Rebentrost P, Mohseni M, Kassal I, Lloyd S and Aspuru-Guzik A 2009 New J. Phys. 11 033003 [13] Plenio M B and Huelga S F 2008 New J. Phys. 10 113019 [14] Shabani A, Mohseni M, Rabitz H and Lloyd S 2011 (in preparation) [15] Lloyd S, lecture at Santa Fe Institute, 1990, as reported by Gell-Mann M The Quark and the Jaguar, 1994 (New York: A. Knopf)

[Quantum coherence in biological systems Seth Lloyd Department of Mechanical Engineering, MIT Abstract. This paper reviews the role of quantum mechanics in biological systems and shows how the interplay between coherence and decoherence can strongly enhance quantum transport in photosynthesis. International Symposium “Nanoscience and Quantum Physics 2011” IOP Publishing Journal of Physics: Conference Series 302 (2011) 012037 doi:10.1088/1742-6596/302/1/012037]

Traditional meme systems, [according to Dr. Hamer and Dawkins below] without the support of facts and evidence-based Science, cannot prove God.

Science, while doing what science does, investigating the physics of Creation and physical laws of everything, and biology of life and everything, has made enormous strides dead-reckoning answers about the Soul, God and Creation. because our Creator is both a Scientist and Spiritual God

If Religion was the dead-reckoning answer to the Soul, God and Creation there would only be one religion.

Because of the ‘Doubt Principle’ there are approximately 4,200 different religions in the  world. [Yalçın Aksu Answer Dec 12, 2017, Quora]

The Christian Religion is one, but “There are more than 30,000 Christian denominations and about 40,000 Christian Church organizations.” [The Way, Nov 23, 2012]

Patton said, “We will never be able to comprehend the Trinity, or how God created everything out of nothing. But what we can comprehend is enough for us to rest in God when mystery arises.” [7 Ways to Deal with Doubt JULY 21, 2016 by Michael Patton TYGC/US]

“René Descartes is often credited with being the “Father of Modern Philosophy.” This title is justified due both to his break with the traditional Scholastic-Aristotelian philosophy prevalent at his time and to his development and promotion of the new, mechanistic sciences. His fundamental break with Scholastic philosophy was twofold. First, Descartes thought that the Scholastics’ method was prone to doubt given their reliance on sensation as the source for all knowledge. Second, he wanted to replace their final causal model of scientific explanation with the more modern, mechanistic model.

“Descartes attempted to address the former issue via his method of doubt. His basic strategy was to consider false any belief that falls prey to even the slightest doubt. This “hyperbolic doubt” then serves to clear the way for what Descartes considers to be an unprejudiced search for the truth. This clearing of his previously held beliefs then puts him at an epistemological ground-zero. From here Descartes sets out to find something that lies beyond all doubt. He eventually discovers that “I exist” is impossible to doubt and is, therefore, absolutely certain. It is from this point that Descartes proceeds to demonstrate God’s existence and that God cannot be a deceiver. This, in turn, serves to fix the certainty of everything that is clearly and distinctly understood and provides the epistemological foundation Descartes set out to find. [René Descartes (1596—1650) The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP) (ISSN 2161-0002)]

“Dr. Dean Hamer, Harvard Med School, director Gene Structure, Regulation Section, U.S. NIH, behavioral geneticist, research scientist at NCI 35 years

researched Neurotheology hypotheses: religious Belief has neural substrate:

“Is God, hardwired in our genes?”

“Hamer described Spirituality a real phenomenon, which can be scientifically detected measured and concluded that Spirituality derives from DNA genes. Whereas, religion derives from memes. Hamer continued, memes are mimicking counterparts of genes.

“Memes are ideas, values, behavior patterns passed from one generation to the next, but not genetically, but by imitation, religious doctrine and behaviors.

Hamer concluded the VMAT2 gene was related to Spirituality. His compelling research has been reworked, considered to involve more than one gene, but a complex genome. Hamer’s investigations are continued works in progress [Hamer D. The God Gene: How Faith is Hardwired into Our Genes, 2004] 172

“We are used to the idea that diseases can be passed down from person to person. One gets ill and gives the sickness to everyone he meets, and so on till you have an epidemic. But what about ideas? Can ideas infect societies like viruses?

“Internet-aware persons have seen memes, endlessly. They usually feature a photo with a quote or caption. They can also be popular videos or articles.

Interestingly, the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins coined the term “meme” in his 1976 book “The Selfish Gene” to describe an idea, style or behavior that spreads within a culture. A meme is basically a unit of culture and it can spread virally. A meme can be Grumpy Cat or religious message. [Richard Dawkins: Religion Is a Meme and Religious Beliefs Are “Mind-Parasites”] [Work on “memes” by Richard Dawkins provides insight on the spread of thought viruses. Paul Ratner Oct. 27, 2016, Big Think]

Christianity is not doom and gloom, but happiness and joy. At least it should be.

Scientists are blessed with curiousness and seek answers to complicated questions, thankfully so.

Following detailed research, many scientists discovered evidence that the quantum entangled energy Soul, one of human Consciousness NeuroNetworks, was stored in memory and released in the first 2 minutes of human physical death, documented with human brain EEG gamma ray frequencies.

Traditional Christian religions are extremely important and satisfactory for non-scientists, given necessary praise of Jesus and worship of our God equivalence.

Factual, Scientific Evidence Based Christianity is defined in a different scientific language supporting the same Holy Bibles. The differences are semantics, allegorical interpretations of scriptures, Creation facts and natural, not supernatural, narratives.

What does the Holy Bible say about different languages like Factual, Scientific Evidence Based Christianity?

“Speaking different languages for instruction, enlightenment, education and edification is a spiritual gift.”

“The gift of speaking in tongues is a spiritual gift and means speaking with words or in a language one doesn’t know in order to edify or educate both oneself and others.”

Jesus foretold of speaking in tongues using different languages: “And these signs will follow those who believe… they will speak with new tongues.” [Mark 16:17]

“The first time anybody spoke in tongues was on the day of Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit was poured out on the apostles. [Acts 2:1-12] The apostles spoke the gospel to the crowds in Jerusalem, and what they said could be understood by people speaking many different languages: “… we hear them speaking in our own tongues the wonderful works of God.” [Acts 2:11]

“Later Paul also writes about the gift of speaking in tongues, in 1 Corinthians 12 and 14. However, here he writes that the person speaking in tongues doesn’t speak in an understandable language: 1 Corinthians 14:2. Yet this gift that has been given to believers can be of benefit to the recipients and used to edify others in Christian gatherings.

Paul attempted to help them understand its purpose: “There are diversities of language gifts, but the same Spirit. There are differences of ministries, but the same Lord. And there are diversities of activities, but it is the same God who works all in all. But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to each one for the profit of all: for to one is given the word of wisdom through the Spirit, to another the word of knowledge through the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healings by the same Spirit, to another the working of miracles, to another prophecy, to another discerning of spirits, to another different kinds of tongues, to another the interpretation of tongues.” 1 Corinthians 12:4-10.

“The gift of speaking in tongues was one of many given to believers to aid in the building up of the body of Christ. The body of Christ is made up of all of those who give their lives to serve God in order to come to the fullness of Christ. They work in the ministry that He has appointed them, which differs from person to person, for the edification of themselves and others to bring all to unity. It is made up of… More, which is the Church.

“Many people use the word to denote the entire body of Christians, and others to describe a certain denomination or group or even the physical building that Christians gather in. The Bible makes it clear that the true church of Christ is made up of all those who deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow Him. (Ephesians 2:19-22; Matthew.

Most importantly for Scientists and their followers. Speaking in tongues or different languages, is a sign for unbelievers. “There is another reason the gift of tongues is given: ‘In the law it is written: With men of other tongues and other lips I will speak to this people; And yet, for all that, they will not hear Me,’ says the Lord. Therefore, tongues are for a sign, not to those who believe but to unbelievers.”…..”In this way, it could benefit those who attend a gathering but have not yet committed their life to Christ. 1 Corinthians 14:21-22.

1 Corinthians 3:1. Speaking in tongues or different languages, when used in an orderly and appropriate manner, it can be used to build up the individual and other members of the body of Christ.

More of the same in scriptures: 1 Corinthians 14:4. 1 Corinthians 14:18-19             1 Corinthians 14:26-27. Matthew 23:8Matthew 12:50Hebrews 2:10-18. Acts 1 and Acts 19:5-7.

1 Corinthians 12:28-30. We can see here that just as only some are called to be apostles, only some will receive the gift to speak in tongues, different languages, (mbmsrmd some are called scientists, doctors, physicists, biologists etc.).

[What does the Bible say about speaking in tongues? The Bible says that speaking in tongues is a spiritual gift, but what does it mean? Written by Steve Lenk ActiveChristianity]

Factual, Scientific Evidence Based Christianity, spoken in a different language than traditional Christianity, is doubtlessness and blessed assurance for eternal life for those who speak and those who learn.

And promotes the understanding of the meaning and purpose of life and prevents the need for questions about uncertainty.

Factual, Scientific Evidence Based Christianity and Neurotheology, spoken in ‘tongues’ or in a different language than traditional Christianity, eliminate the fear of physical death.

Happiness and joy are preserved and manifest for those who speak and those who want to learn.

”End-of-life brain activity, EEG gamma (γ) waves Drs recorded ~ the first 2 minutes following Human physical death, appear signs of the departing Human Soul,” many scientists believe.

Perhaps Shakespeare said is best when Hamlet opined:  ‘‘ay, there’s the rub, for in that sleep of death what dreams may come.’’ (Hamlet, Act III, Scene I)

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