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Following are the contents of a seven part book presenting the worlds first continious and comprehensive interpretation of the Christiona prophesy commonly known as the Apocalypse. This is thus claimed as:

"The Ultimate Explaination for the
Biblical Book of Revelations"

Although the Subject of the Book takes References in Religious Prophesies, it is not Religion Oriented.
The Interest in--and the Connection to--the Religious Prophesies, is Purely on the basis of Physics and Neurological Theoretical Considerations regarding Man's Perception of the Phenomena of Time. This is explained throughout the Book in it's following 7 Parts:

00 : Introductions
The Presentation of the Book.
01 : Preface The Interpretations Quantum Mechanical, Neurological and Spiritual Justification.
02 : Premises The Reality Justification for the Book.
03 : Interpretations Introductions The Prophesies Anouncements. The Indications for the Place of Manifestation and the Prophesy Message.
04 : Prophesy's First Part The Rupture of the Seven Seals.
The "How it was!" Part.
05 : Prophesy's Second Part
The Blowing of the Seven Trumpets.
The "What Happened!"; Part One.
06 : The Intermezzo
The Consequences for the Person recieving of the Prophesy .
The "What Happened!"; Part Two.
07 : Prophesy's Third Part
The Seven Bowels of God's Anger
Project Asignments;
The "How it is!" Part.
08 : The Conclusions: The End of the Prophesy.
09 : Epilogue The Conclusions and Discussions.

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The Preface

to the account of the story of the discovery of the ultimate truth, through the discovery of how lies are created. The discovery of the only absolute reference possible for humanity. The discovery of the ultimate and absolute definition of reality, truth and of love. The discovery of the storiys matching to the Prophesy in the last Book of the Bible, the Book of Revelation.

"Right or wrong, the fact that science has actually advanced to the point where what were formerly religious questions can be seriously tackled, this it self indicates the far-reaching consequences of the new physics."
                                                                        Paul Davis

The Unification of Science and Religion.
The subject of the statement by the great popularizer of the new physics, Professor Paul Davis, presented here above, was most eloquently projected some 400 years ago by the English natural philosopher, Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626), when he said, "There are two revelations in reality; the first is given to us in scripture and tradition, and it guided our thinking for centuries. The second revelation is given by the Universe, and that book we are just beginning to read." The prognostics that this statement represents, may in retrospect be seen as a prophesy, but the situation in science and religion as we find it today, suggests that with man's possible discovery of a unified theory in physics, that contains life and the observers consciousness, may mean that a unification of science and religion is at hand. This means that any final conclusive theoretical insight into the Universe--the ultimate Theory of Everything--must include a conclusive fundamental explanation for the functions of the human brain including the questions; How real is time?, Will it ever come to an end?, Where does the difference between the past and the future come from?, Why do we remember the past and not the future? This means that the material sciences and the spiritual sciences will both have to explain all normal brain-functions, all of its malfunctions as well as all of its mystical functions as well, which in turn includes the phenomena of prophets and prophesies. This is what this book endeavors to scrutinize and in this it begins by looking at the Biblical Judeo Christian roots of the fall and redemption of man.

The Biblical Judeo Christian Spiritual
Mystical Description of the "Fall of Man".

From the American Bible Society’s Good News Bible, King James Version, we have here following an extract from the Old Testament First Book of Moses called Geneses, Chapter 3. This is the mythical account, commonly known in the western cultures as the “fall of man” or the “original sin”, suggested to having been permeating all of humanity throughout its history.

"Now the snake was the most cunning animal that the LORD God had made. The snake asked the woman, “Did God really tell you not to eat fruit from any tree in the garden?” “We may eat the fruit of any tree in the garden,” the woman answered, “except the tree in the middle of it. God told us not to eat the fruit of that tree or even touch it; if we do, we will die.” The snake replied, “That’s not true; you will not die. God said that because he knows that when you eat it, you will be like God and know what is good and what is bad.”
The woman saw how beautiful the tree was and how good its fruit would be to eat, and she thought how wonderful it would be to become wise. So she took some of the fruit and ate it. Then she gave some to her husband, and he also ate it. As soon as they had eaten it, they were given understanding and realized that they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and covered themselves.
That evening they heard the LORD God walking in the garden, and they hid from him among the trees. But the LORD God called out to the man, “Where are you?” He answered, “I heard you in the garden; I was afraid and hid from you, because I was naked.” “Who told you that you were naked?” God asked. “Did you eat the fruit that I told you not to eat?” The man answered, “The woman you put here with me gave me the fruit, and I ate it.” The LORD God asked the woman, “Why did you do this?” She replied, “The snake tricked me into eating it.”
Then the LORD God said to the snake, “You will be punished for this; you alone of all the animals must bear this curse: From now on you will crawl on your belly, and you will have to eat dust as long as you live. I will make you and the woman hate each other; her offspring and yours will always be enemies. Her offspring will crush your head, and you will bite her offspring’s heel.”
And he said to the woman, “I will increase your trouble in pregnancy and your pain in giving birth. In spite of this, you will still have desire for your husband, yet you will be subject to him.” And he said to the man, “You listened to your wife and ate the fruit which I told you not to eat. Because of what you have done, the ground will be under a curse. You will have to work hard all your life to make it produce enough food for you. It will produce weeds and thorns, and you will have to eat wild plants. You will have to work hard and sweat to make the soil produce anything, until you go back to the soil from which you were formed. You were made from soil, and you will become soil again.” Adam named his wife Eve, because she was the mother of all human beings. And the LORD God made clothes out of animal skins for Adam and his wife, and he clothed them. Then the LORD God said, “Now these human beings have become like one of us and have knowledge of what is good and what is bad. They must not be allowed to take fruit from the tree that gives life, eat it, and live forever.”
So the LORD God sent them out of the Garden of Eden and made them cultivate the soil from which they had been formed. Then at the east side of the garden he put living creatures and a flaming sword which turned in all directions. This was to keep anyone from coming near the tree that gives life."

This 2.500 year old spiritual mythical insight from the first book of the Torah (first five books of the Bible), ascribe to someone named Moses, is a description of the initiation of man’s collective pollution of his brain. This is pollution with molecules that replace the brain’s neuro-transmitters, primarily the “rewarding” ones, the neuro-inhibitors. It is not just a magnificent piece of spiritual poetry, or fantasy, but a metaphorical description of the most important underlying fundamental psychological facts regarding our brains malfunctions. This is an account of the beginning of all of mans behavioral disturbances and psychiatric illnesses that came with the learning to ferment bear from corn some 7000 years ago. For this illnesses man to this date has no causative explanations; only descriptive, and thus no means of curing its scorches.

It is not known what the true origin of the Torah’s spiritual myths is, but they were passed down from mouth to mouth through the ages until compiled in the written form by one Ezra, some 500 years B.C. or after the return of the Israelites from Babylon. Israeli archaeologists cannot find any evidence for the biblical stories until after the seventh century B.C., which is long after the period indicated for the Torah. The same is the case with its claimed author; Moses. The spiritual mystical insights in its Chapter 3 of Book One, do not offer any details of what is behind the anecdotal suggestions, but considering the none-existence of any form of scientific knowledge at the time of its presentation, it becomes obvious that its formulation is the most appropriate. The eventual consequence of the brain pollution is the cause for the rise and downfall of human cultures, but not through drunkenness and alcoholism, but through the gradual reduction in the function of their spatial hemispheric Jamai vu-faith centers, in conjunction with a reduction of their Désjà vu-empathy centers of the mirror neuronal functions, through the accumulation of the alcohol induced functional disturbances in these brain areas. This in turn reduced the natural “we-reality” perception of the human brain and the collective natural unity, which is the source of all cultural strength. These subtle alterations that take place at all times in all brains polluted with false molecules replacing the natural neuro-transmitters are caused through the “failed-reuptake and wrong neuronal polarization” in the synaptic exchanges. The alterations are then accumulated and eventually transmitted to the offspring through the genetic inheritance, thus the concept of the “inheritance of the sins of the fathers”. The consequence is the historical collective rise and fall in different cultures, which still is the prime unresolved riddle of man’s anthropological research.

The amusing insights in Chapter 1, in the creation story of Adam and Eve, are in the spiritual mythical insights interpretations of this book seen as the Jungian psychological models of “Animus” and Anima”, which in turn correspond to the brain’s matter-hemisphere (animus) and spatial-hemisphere (anima). This metaphor fits amazingly with the fact that it is in the spatial hemisphere (anima) where the causes for the addictions and the mysterious sub-conscious of man--created by the brain pollution--are located. No wonder that it was Eve (anima) that started all the trouble.

The Biblical Judeo Christian Spiritual
Mystical Description of the "Redemption of Man".

Again using the American Bible Society’s Good News Bible, King James Version, we now go to its end where we face the most mystical of all spiritual mystical insight descriptions in western literature, the New Testament's Book of Revelation. This is the part that is commonly known in the western cultures as the "apocalypse" or the "end of the world" prophesies, since its incomprehensible bizarre descriptions suggest to most, a physical end to planet earth or the universe. In this the Greek meaning of the word "apocalypse", which means prophesy, has become synonym with the meaning "end of the world".

Here following, to start our discussion on prophesies, is the 1994 Microsoft and Funk & Wagnall’s Corporation Encarta description of the Biblical Prophesy in The Book of Revelation:

"Revelation, last book of the New Testament. It is rich in allegory and subject to numerous legitimate interpretations. The book is sometimes called the Apocalypse. Both English titles are derived from the first word in the Greek original, apocalypses meaning “revelation”.

The author calls himself John, and ecclesiastical tradition has held St. John the Evangelist to be the author. Many scholars, however, considering such evidence as the linguistic differences between Revelation and the Gospel of John, also traditionally ascribed to John the Evangelist, have been inclined to attribute Revelation to some other prominent early Christian. They suggest, for instance, the Apostle John Mark or John the Elder. The place of composition is generally supposed to have been the island of Patmos, one of the Dodecanese islands in the Aegean Sea, to which the author had been banished “on account of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus” (1:9). There, perhaps in the reign (AD 69-79) of Roman Emperor Vespasian, but most probably in the reign (AD 81-96) of Roman Emperor Domitian, “a loud voice like a trumpet” reportedly was heard by the author saying “write what you see in a book and send it to the seven churches, to Ephesus and to Smyrna and to Pergamum and to Thyatira and to Sardis and to Philadelphia and to Laodicea” (1:10-11).
Revelation was written to prepare Christians for the last intervention of God in human affairs. The early church believed this event to be close at hand. When it occurred, a new age of the world, in which Christ and the church would be triumphant, would begin. Meanwhile, however, the evils and terrors of the existing world order would increase and intensify. The author of Revelation seems to have regarded the worsening of conditions for Christians in the Roman Empire under Domitian as signifying that this catastrophic period had begun. Apparently, he wrote chiefly to encourage Christians to endure this terrifying final crisis in the confident expectation of an imminent eternally just age.
It is recognized that John, in communicating to his fellow Christians “what you see, what is and what is to take place hereafter” (1:19), deliberately chose a literary vehicle that would tend to conceal his message from the enemies of the church. This vehicle was an apocalypse, a literary form characterized by an often elaborately symbolic interpretation and prediction of events. He derived his apocalyptic symbols from prophetic books of the Old Testament and from the common Christian tradition. No doubt the earliest readers of the book understood its visions and imagery, but in the centuries since Revelation, the key to the original meaning of its symbolism was lost. Efforts to recover it have produced widely divergent systems of interpretation but no general recognition of any one system as nearest to the author’s meaning.
Revelation is valued today for its magnificent literary qualities, for its depiction of a historical crisis in Christianity, for its sublime dramatization of the struggle against evil, and for its visions of God and his ultimate eternal redemption of the righteous."
                                                                                        End of the Encarta description.

Throughout the 1930 years since the appearance of the Book of Revelation, a multitude of attempts have been made at interpretateing the prophesy, but most of them center around ideas representing the reappearance, or the rebirth of the Christ, where he comes to "judge the living and the dead." However, many interpretations have been less charming and approximately 156 year after the birth of Christ, and thus possibly 123 years after the crucifixion, the first apostle of doom; Montanus, appeared in Asia Minor. Montanus formed religious communes, which set to prepare them selves for the reappearance of the Christ, and at the same time, the end of the world. These religious communities, were fundamentalist believing in the literal interpretation of the Bible, which were mostly spread around Asia Minor and North Africa, this in spit of their condemnation by Rome around the year 177, until Justinus, emperor of the East-Roman (Byzantine) empire (527-565) had them destroyed through persecutions. Montanism was founded in the writings of the Book of Revelation, possibly written in the last quarter of the first century, or 50 to 75 years after the crucifixion.

Ever since the rise of the Montanism, some 1838 years ago, there have appeared--in all times--religious sects which have believed that the time of the end was at hand and even gone so far as to specify a specific date. There have further been numerous individuals, which have claimed that they could interpret the Book of Revelation, and even claimed that they were the reincarnation of Christ. Of the later day self-styled Christ’s we could mention the cases of the insane drug addict Jimmy Jones, who killed his flock of followers in British Guyana, and Mr. David Cores, which barricaded himself, with his flock at a farm in Waco, Texas. The appearance of these Christ’s then meant the end of the world for about 901 children, women and men, which committed suicide at the command of the Jones Christ, but about 89 who died, attacking and defending the Cores Christ.

Fortunately, these self-destructive events in Man’s behavior are not common, but they do repeat themselves with regular intervals, in particular around some natural events--such as comets--which traditionally have been seen as divine signs and used as excuses for such excesses. The other tragic side of this is in the fact that we do not know why this happens. Whether this is our true nature or not? The greatest tragedy of all is that after this happens, we are offered the outrages of explanations by psychologists and psychiatrists--who cannot correct any psychological problems--who give learned judgmental opinions, which only explain how, not why. We then end-up believing that Man is essentially worse than the beasts and that we have no in-built morality. The worst is that through all this we believe that there is no God, no redemption and that existence is just a game on the slot machine of life. Without Man being aware of it, the disciplines of psychiatry and psychology become conductive to this wrong, in particularly owing to the unexplained curiosity of innumerous manic and schizophrenic psychiatric patients who become psychotic or go into psychosis. This is in the pseudo science of psychiatry yet another unexplained curious fact regarding the spatial hemispheric subconscious malfunctions of the human brain.

It is thus the interpretation of this 22 chapter part of the Bible--the solving of this greatest riddle in humanity--that is the subject of this book, but it is an undertaking that has been unsuccessfully attempted innumerous times during the 1930 years since its writing, thus in order to separate the interpretations in this book from all the others, it has been given the title; The QF-interpretations. Needless to say, the method of interpretations here employed, represents a totally new approach based on new insights into the functions and malfunctions of the human brain. These are ideas, which in turn are based on totally new insights into quantum reality. Jungian psychology, Campbellian mythology and most importantly; into the mechanism of neuronal-addiction. It is thus maintained here in this book that prophecy’s subject is solely involving the brain pollution caused malfunctions of the human brain. In more recent times the interpretations of the revelations have become the subject for the Christian religious fundamentalists and the psychotic insane, but due to man’s fascination with this mega-riddle, the subject of the Revelation has also become an attraction producing engagement for many respectable motion picture producers and documentary producing television. However, all the attempts at interpretateing the Revelation in a consistent and continuous manner have failed and thus only served to contribute to the mystery surrounding this mystical prophesy.

A most remarkable sideline to the Revelation interpretations story is the attempt by Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) at cracking its code. This story begins in 1666 when Newton, then 24 years of age, had to flea from his Trinity College attendance in Cambridge to his home in Lincolnshire, this in order to avoid the Black Death scourge that ravaged London at the time and until it was extinguished by the 1666 great fire of London. It was during this time that Newton made two of his most important discoveries; the laws of gravity and optics, or the tricolor fundamental nature of light.

Newton, who was an exceptionally spiritual individual and in an exceptionally good conscious contact with the collective-cosmic reality, was aware of the fact that he had not conclusively solved the riddle of gravity. He was further frustrated by the fact that he could he determine why the fundamental colors of nature were only three and not any other number, nor could he figure out why the prism presented only a wide green-blend band between the blue and yellow and not a wide orange-blend band between the red and yellow. His big question was; what was it in nature that demanded that the fundamental colors be only three?

Newton could of course not know that his prism experiments with the light and his speculations on gravity were essentially of a quantum mechanical nature, since quantum mechanics did not exist at the time. His reaction to this dilemma was as always, he turned to God and asked for the answer. The answer Newton got was that this was to be found in the Book of Revelation and it lead to his purchasing of twenty different versions of the Book of Revelation. However, his search through the Revelation he kept to himself, but it became known, through John Maynard Keynes’s purchase of a trunk full of Newton’s papers at an auction in Portsmouth. Keynes found the trunk full of notes on alchemy, biblical prophecy (including 20 different Books of Revelation), and reconstruction from Hebraic texts of the floor plan of the temple of Jerusalem, which Newton had taken to be “an emblem of the system of the world.” It was thus no wonder that the shaken Keynes told a gathering of the Royal Society, “Newton was not the first of the age of reason, but as well the last of the magicians, the last of the Babylonians and Sumerians”, but they obviously could not understand this.

Newton who lived to his eightieth year was buried in Westminster Abbey, but Bishop Burnet described him as the “whitest soul he ever knew.” He did some writings on spiritual subjects, but only one of his books about the Bible was ever published. In 1733, six years after his death, J. Darby and T. Browne, published OBSERVATIONS UPON THE PROPHECIES OF DANIEL AND THE APOCALYPSE OF ST. JOHN. With his prodigious knowledge of ancient history and languages and his unequalled mental powers, Isaac Newton is the best qualified individual in this millennium to have written about the prophecies. His study of the Book of Daniel began at the age of 12 and continued to be a special interest throughout his life. Moreover, he writes of the prophecies with a modesty that indicates that he, himself, is in awe of the words he has been given an opportunity to read. Isaac Newton concluded that it was intended that Revelation will be understood partially by very few until near the end of history, the time of judgment, and the "beginning of the everlasting kingdom of the Saints of the Most High."

This insight fits precisely the findings of the QF-interpretations, which suggest that this time has now come and that we now have in the western cultures, people who are capable of understanding the Book of Revelation in a consistent and continuous manner.

Another prestigious spiritual thinker of the past who unsuccessfully tried to comprehend the Book of Revelation, was the third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, who in 1825 wrote to General Alexander Smyth; “It is between fifty and sixty years since I read it [the Apocalypse], and I then considered it merely the ravings of a maniac, no more worthy nor capable of explanation than the incoherences of our own nightly dreams.” This describes how many of us do really see the Book of Revelation, but for the science oriented skeptics we offer a collection of descriptive articles on the subject of prophesy.

The Greek word “apocalypses,” from which the English word apocalypse was derived, means “revelation, disclosure or unveiling,” but what the Biblical prophesy that bears this name is unveiling, no men has been able to decipher. No one has been able to produce a continuous and comprehensive interpretation of the mysterious and bizarre vision it presents, but never the less world publications abound with claims of “revelation or unveiling” of the Book of Revelation. The book you have in your hand is the first interpretation that makes any sense, since it describes in “quantum-spiritual” terms the problem with humanity and what its only solution is. It is further the only interpretation that solves both of the riddles in the 13th chapter, or the riddle of the two beasts and the dragon, plus the riddle of the name of the man who bears the name coded in the number 666. But before we begin looking at the solving of the riddle, let us first examine a little further the very idea of what prophesy really is and the problems it presents to our thinking.

Some Scholarly Assessments of the Phenomenon
of Prophesy in General as well as the Book of  Revelation.

As the reader should by now be aware of, we are about to embark upon a venture that attempts to parallel the life history of someone to the prophetic visions which St. John described in the last book of the Bible, the Book of Revelation. This is indeed the case and it is further believed that the relationship is natural. This daring venture is made with the hopes that it will not become a cause for hurting of anyone’s religious sensibilities or feelings. It is therefore hoped that the reader approaches the interpretations of the Revelation that are offered here, with an open mind and conscious of the difficulties that have become apparent in all attempts at their prior interpretations throughout history.

The story may further be associated with many other similar phenomena of prophesies in other parts of the world, other religions, which are also believed to be dealing with the same events as are the visions in the Revelation. These prophesies are however nowhere as detailed as the ones in the Revelation and the reason for this is believed to be the fact that the individual in prophesies is raised in a Christian society, ergo, the most detailed prophesy is found in this religion. The most widely known prophesy in western societies. It is therefore self-evident that the questions, regarding the phenomena of prophesies, be examined here a little and we best start by examine what the very word prophesy is to the world of the late twentieth century. At the same time it is well for us to consider the fact that all such things as prophesies, are, to quite a large portion of the populous, nothing but rubbish.

Incidentally, some seven years ago, this was the case for the one writing these lines, but through a most unusual order of events, this has now been drastically altered.

Prophesies in Western Religions and Mysticism.
Let us examine a little what the word Prophesy or Prophecy, means to the world of western civilizations and cultures and we can start by consulting the Webster for its interpretation;
“1) The function or vocation of a prophet : utterance under the inspiring influence of religious experience; specific: the declaration of divine will and purpose.
2) Spoken or recorded utterance of a prophet : divinely inspired moral teaching (as by warning, exhorting, consoling) : apocalyptic revelation.
3) Declaration of something to come: FORESTALLING/PREDICT.
4) Obs : public interpretation of Scripture.
5) An Old Testament lection preceding the Epistle in various Christian liturgies.
6) To utter or announce by or as if by divine inspiration.
7) PREDICT (... general disaster) <... a fall in prices>.
8) FORESHOW, PREFIGURE <thy very gait did ... a royal nobleness - Shakesp.> ... vi : to do the work or office of a prophet: as  a : to speak for God or a deity : speak under the inspiring influence of religious experience : speak as or as if divinely inspired b : to give instruction in religious matters : interpret or expound Scripture or religious subjects : PREACH, EXHORT  c : to speak or write under strong excitement or enthusiasm : speak or act with prophetic frenzy d :to make a prediction syn see FORETELL.”

These are quite varied options for the meaning of this word. Indeed, it has been a question ever since Man has written records, whether there is such a thing as reliable visions of the future that are achieved through some mystical process; which in turn are connected by many to their concepts of a creator or God. This has most naturally, considering the state of Man’s mentality in the past recorded centuries, been highly disputed, as are in fact most all issues regarding religion. In the Britannica publication series, the “Great Books,” we find a most comprehensive essay on the subject, in the book, The Great Ideas, Syntopicon II. Since this is one of the best discourses on the subject, we can find relative to western cultures and civilization, we have taken excerpts from this essay, leaving out the accompanying examples. Here is, very briefly, what this chapter on prophesies says:
“The name of prophet signifies, throughout a great part of the western tradition [greatly declined], an eminence and dignity not shared by the scientist, the philosopher, the statesman, or even the sage. The soothsayer and the seer in pagan antiquity and the prophet of the Lord in Israel do not claim to speak from a merely human wisdom or to declare truths they have learned by inquiry or reflection. Nor are their utterances concerned with the nature of things. The prophet claims to know what men cannot know by any exercise of human powers. He enjoys special gifts. He is divinely inspired. He is instructed by God or has in some way been admitted to the secrets of the gods. His knowledge is not only of supernatural origin; it deals with supernatural matters.
Prophesy is more than a prediction of the future. It unveils what Fate holds in store for men; it foretells the course of providence. In most cases, the future predicted has deep moral significance, expressing the pleasure or displeasure of the gods with individuals or nations, or manifesting God’s justice in the rewards promised those who keep His commandments, and the punishments awaiting those who break them. The prophet’s foresight discerns more than the future; it discovers what men can hope for or must fear according to their merits, not in the eyes of men but in the sight of God.
This understanding of the phenomena of prophecies seems to be involved in the major issues which the great books raise about propjets. For example, the problem of distinguishing between true and false prophets goes beyond the mere truth or falsity of a prophet’s utterances to the validity of his claim to special sources of knowledge or a supernaturally inspired understanding of dreams and visions, omens and portents. The false prophet is not like the mistaken scientist or philosopher--just a person in error. He is either a deceiving impostor or a self-deceived victim of his own pathology.
Similarly, the Christian theologians who criticize the pagan cult of oracles and all forms of divination which seek to pry into divine mysteries seem to imply that the seers and soothsayers of Greece and Rome, unlike the Hebrew prophets, did not have the gift of prophesy. The acceptance or rejection of prophets and of ways of foreseeing what has been planned in Heaven cannot, it seems, be separated from a whole system of religious beliefs. In this respect, prophets are like miracles. Without faith, both are incredible.
Issues concerning prophesy may, therefore, occur within a single religious community, or be relative to differences between religious communities, as, for example, the opposition between the Jewish and Christian interpretation of the messianic prophesies in the Old Testament. Necessarily, then, there is an issue between the unbelievers and the religious of any faith. Those who deny the existence of God of the gods, or divine agency in the temporal affairs of men, and certainly those who deny the credentials of revelation, cannot but regard prophesies as misled and misleading and those who accept prophecy as gullible or superstitious.
Some who reject religious prophecy do not concede that man’s natural desire to peer into the future need be completely balked. But the secular substitutes for religious prophesy appear to alter the meaning of prophesy. Scientific predictions of the future of the world or of life on this planet may be accompanied by attributions of moral qualities to Nature, but usually they connote nature’s sublime indifference to man’s welfare. They are seldom, if ever, read as promises or threats of what man deserves to have befall him.”
The essay then continues to analyze, discuss and exemplify the questions regarding prophesies, chiefly in PAGAN ANTIQUITY, through the APOCRYPHA and then the HEBREW PROPHETS of Judaism and the Judeo Christian faith through the OLD TESTAMENT and the NEW TESTAMENT. The examples are chiefly drawn from the writings of: Aeschylus, Augustine, Aurelius, Aquinas, Aristoteles, Aristophenes, Bacon, Calderon, Cervantes, Cicero, Comte, Chaucer, Dante, Descartes, Dostoevsky, Euripides, Epictetus, Fielding, Fontennelle, Frazer, Freud, Gaon, Gibbon, Goethe, Hegel, Herodotus, Hobbes, Homer, Hume, Kepler, Kirkegaard, Leibnitz, Locke, Lods, Lucretius, Maimonides, Melville, Milton, Mill, Montaigne, Newman, Newton, Paine, Pascal, Plato, Plutarch, Plotinus, Rabelais, Rousseau, Sophocles, Shakespeare, Smith, Sterne, Spinosa, Taylor, Tertullian, Thucydides, Tacitus, Tolstoy, Virgil and Voltaire.

This brief overview of Man’s past occupation with the question of prophesies does not provide us with anything that could be considered to constitute empirical proof of any sort, only that Man does possess such abilities. Moreover, in these writings, it becomes apparent that Man himself has no immediately apparent powers to call forth the questionable ability to prophesy. Goethe’s experience, en route from Strasbourg to Drusheim, comes to mind and one wonders whether he was just an ordinary liar or in psychosis as modern psychiatry explains such phenomena. The question of the neurologist and the physicist; why do we only know the past and not the future, or what brain mechanism or law of physics, dictates that we cannot know the future, is still unanswered.

Prophesies in Eastern Religions and Mysticism.

The eastern cultures and civilizations have a different approach towards explaining the possible reality of prophesies. These are primarily found in the Mahayana Buddhism, which regards reality and all its conceivably perceived forms, including the concepts of time, as a hierarchy of different dimensional levels. Following is an extremely simplified categorization of the basic concepts of how this philosophy looks at Man’s possibility of perceiving reality.
Since the question of prophesies has undoubtedly to do with our brains, especially its states and conditions, we have included the approximate terminology of modern neurology and with a brief view of the QF-physics-theory's explanations following.

    a) The Presently Dominating State of Human Consciousness;
1.)     Physical    --  nonliving matter/energy.
2.)     Biological    --  living, pranic, sentient matter/energy.
3.)     Mental        --  ego, logic, thinking.

Brain's material hemisphere dominating and containing the EGO, the consciousness of the analogical “I.” Spatial hemisphere malfunctioning and operating as a subconscious, containing a SUPEREGO which operates through emotions as a part of the malfunction. The brains faith-centers (Jamais-vu) and compassion recognition “WE” centers (Déjà-vu) are with limited function, thus limiting the endorphin-dopamine production.

    b) The Possible Transcended States of Human Consciousness;
4.)   Subtle     --  archetypal, trans-individual, intuitive.
5.)   Causal    --  formless radiance, perfect transcendence.
6.)   Ultimate  --  consciousness as such, source and nature of all other levels.

Brain's spatial hemisphere dominating and clear of the SUPER-EGO. Spatial hemisphere fully conscious and the brains faith-centers (Jamais-vu) and compassion recognition “WE” centers (Déjà-vu) functioning naturally, without interference of the analogical “I,” thus permitting a unrestricted production of endorphin-dopamine. This in turn depends on numerous other factors but further understanding, through physics and neurological details, may be consulted in the book THE LITTLE SCROLL, or the ANGEL OF THE ABYSS, or the pertaining material on the internet, all by the same author.
A fully conscious material hemisphere in a healthy brain is acting in coordinated domination by the spatial hemisphere and can produce natural transcendence to the higher levels of consciousness, in which levels 5, and 6, then produce the abilities of knowledge of the future, or prophesying. This goes also for the ability to correctly interpreting prophesies, but they are the same states that are produced in the consciousness of a healthy mystic. Here we need to be aware of the fact that more then 90% of those who claim to be mystics, are counterfeit, but which ever way we then choose to evaluate them is again dependent on our personal information and believe systems.
Unhealthy or pathological sates of the transcendent consciousness frequently occur in an infinite variety of forms, through subconscious or unintentional faulty spontaneous activation of the brain’s faith-centers (Jamais-vu) and compassion/recognition “WE” centers (Déjà-vu). This triggers a rapid production of endorphin-dopamine, which in turn over-excites the functions of the malfunctioning spatial hemisphere, producing the phenomena of the breakdown of the brain’s, flow of the standing quantum wave function. These are the phenomena of different states of the brains functional disorders or the psychiatric illnesses, such as schizophrenia, manic-depressive psychosis, and epileptic seizures, about which the apostils of psychology and psychiatry are still groping in the dark. This is what prompted Plato’s declaration; “No man, when in his wits, attains prophetic truth and inspiration.” and approximately some 2345 year later, R. D. Laing’s metaphor, “Mystics and schizophrenics find themselves in the same ocean, but the mystics swim whereas the schizophrenics drown.”
In 1976, the Princeton psychologist, Julian Jaynes, produced a daring and bold hypothesis regarding this subject, but the hypothesis, which unquestionably has advanced Man’s understanding of himself, was given the title; THE ORIGIN OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE BREAKDOWN OF THE BICAMERAL MIND. The findings of the ultimate unification theory in physics presented in THE LITTLE SCROLL, suggest, however, that had Jaynes come to the correct conclusion in his theorizing, he would have named his hypothesis; THE BREAKDOWN OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE ORIGIN OF THE BICAMERAL MIND.
Indeed, the question: Do humans have the ability to see the future?, which is a part of the riddle of consciousness, has now entered the domain of physics. The question of prophesies has thus become a part of the ultimate riddle of all our sciences, or that the neurological and physics riddle of the human brain. This in turn means that any explanations for the phenomena of prophesies, or for the reasons why we only know the past and not the future, or what brain mechanism or law of physics, dictates that we cannot know the future, has become a useful and important subject.

However, the art of prophesying has many phases. The bi-annual flooding of the Nile caused by the Inter-tropical Front crossing the equator in central African region of the great lakes was early predicted by the Egyptian priests. By the ordinary peoples this was apparently attributed to their divinity, since they had lesser understanding of how the priests had acquired a calendar through their observations of the celestial sphere and the watching of the movements of the shadow produced by the obelisks, which now are called “Cleopatra’s Needles.” Such abilities as those of the priests are mystical until the mechanics or the laws behind them are under stood by Man. The same is true for miracles, which remain miracles until someone explains the mechanics or laws behind their function and they then cease being miracles and become Laws of Nature.

In the apollonian philosophy of the early Hellenistic culture the god of light, poetry, music, soothsaying and prophesy was Apollo, as is monumented in the temple dedicated to him at Delphi, where the prophetic abilities are now believed to have been induced with chemicals (Oracle of Delphi). Prior to 6-700 BC so called mystery ceremonies were common practice in Greece and women in northern part of the country were know to go into the forests after dusk where they would drink wine, dance wildly and culminate in the killing of a goat, bull or even a man and drink their blood. Through this they would acquire a state of ecstasy, through which they would gain a conscious contact with the gods and the gift of prophesy. Similar practices are known from south and Central America in pre Columbian times, where the priest-kings would consume chemical isolated from plants and then would drink the blood from humans being sacrificed while eating their hearts. All this had its roots in the effect of the endorphins produced in he death process, known as the “dynorphine”, which are said to be 700 times more powerful than morphine.

Prophetic abilities are not always this dramatic and quite commonly take place in dreams, grand visions in awaken states being a rarity, but most are associated with what is know as a the “kundalini awakening”, or what is now being labeled as “quantum change”. Since such attributes or abilities are not common, not the rule, it becomes something of a mystery when it appears that someone is really in possession of such rare abilities, but for many these mystic qualities or abilities are then sometimes attributed to a divine contact. Here the questions whether Man himself can influence or enhance his ability to “become a prophet” or to “receive prophetic inspirations” are also involved, but this is the same question as the question regarding the law of the power of attraction. This, like so many thing we try to achieve in changing our selves, is something we can’t learn, only become. Biblical Daniel asked Nebuchadnezzar’s prince (amir) of the eunuchs for himself and his compatriots, that they be accepted from drinking alcohol and eating meet, this with the intention of enchanting their prophetic abilities, which in turn, as the Bible recounts it, was successful.

Since the advent of mass produced written records and with them books of fiction, some of Man’s stories of fiction have in retrospect turned out to be some sort of prophesies. Jules Verne’s fictions are the most conspicuous and best know examples, in recent times. It has been suggested that Verne had some of his original idea from Cyrano de Bergerac, who in latter times has been popularized by the motion picture industry through numerous version of Rostand’s romantic play about him. The interest in Bergerac, a man who some 300 years a head of the actual events “predicted” a number of later discoveries, such as the atomic structure of matter, is primarily a romantic glorification of his poetic trades and, in accord with the times, a brutal as well as emotional disposition. Not of his predictive powers. This and other such cases have in turn leads many to believe that there may be a connection or relation between Man’s creative abilities and the phenomena of prophesies. Some go so far as to look at some works of poetry and music as forms of prophesies. Parts of Coleridge’s poem, “The Aeolian Harp,” may be looked on as a prophesy of the general findings of Quantum Physics, or the New Physics, which come into existence a 100 years later. To many humans of our time, some of the modern science fiction fantasies, particularly in the motion picture industry, are seen as forms of futuristic visions or prophesies. Here we have particularity in mind A. C. Clark and S. Spielberg, Their fictions are then given a different meaning than the one that, today’s ordinary reality perception of humans provides. All this suggests to the author that somewhere, deep inside us, there seems to be a dormant ability to have some sort of visions of the future, and that sleeping beside this ability, in the same bed, snores loudly, our ability to understand, interpreted and/or to believe such things as prophesies. Indeed, this is the finding of the QF-physics and neurology theory presented in the book THE LITTLE SCROLL and in that explanation the key to this understanding is through an insight into the quantum nature of biological reality. However, on the road to achieving the understanding of this reality there is an obstacle; an obstacle whose existence we only know of in mythological terms, but this is the core subject of this book, where it takes the form of a beast with seven heads and ten horns.

This mean that if we gets further involved in the business of examining the phenomena of prophesies, we will come to the conclusion that a great number of stories regarding this obstacle exist in the classical literature of Man. In the West, the form most commonly found is the fantasy prophesies of Man’s conquest of himself. This being presented in numerous forms of Man combating the Dragon, which denotes what is called the Evil in Man, but which is, as far as these analysis are concerned, is seen as a malfunction of the human brain. Here we have good old “George and the Dragon,” “Siegfried and Fafnir the Dragon” and many more. The rewards are usually the “Dragons Gold” and or the “Damsel in the Dragonian Distress.” Eastern mysticism, especially, Chinese Taoists lore, which is full of dragon concepts of all sorts, sees the conquest of the dragon as a key to wisdom and power. Here we are reminded of this when we go to a Chinese restaurant and see the common emblem of the dragon and the peacock (Yin and Yang) playing with the fire ball which denotes the Great Tao. Here the peacock denotes the Ego and the dragon the Wisdom or the Emotions, which ever the case with the individual may be. The connection in this book to the Dragonian Dealings in prophesies of the Revelation, may shed some entirely new light on the subject. Dr Paul MacLean is here responsible for the Dragon concepts in the analyses of the human brain, with his concept of the Reptilian Complex. As you later evaluate and judge the experience of of the author, this with reference to the forgone, the reminder from Merlin the Wizard is appropriate; “The Dragon Breaths Everywhere!” will be come most realistic.

As far as the prophesy of Revelation is concerned, the visions perceived by St. John, in their grandiose and awesome descriptive terms, may be better understood when one realizes that the language of prophesies, language of poetry, are closely related and are for the most part symbolic in their nature. “The Bard and the Prophet are one and the same.” wrote Coleridge and this is here accepted as being inherently true in its basic assumption. Here again the grandiosity of the visions is related to the basic collective and cosmic nature of the spatial hemisphere. Further to this, we should remind ourselves of the fact, that the old languages of the Middle-East, deal a lot in symbolism and allegories, this having even been more common 1900 years ago. It is however, not being suggested here, that the visions of St. John were simply some exercise in poetry.

What is being suggested in this book is that the language St. John used to describe, what is here called Quantum Reality Visions or Sixth Dimensional Visions, would, by the virtue of its nature, have to be a language highly related to poetic language. This is the reason for the grandiose and picturesque text, even though it may be describing events of subtle nature. Literal interpretations, or envisions of actual physical realities, have, so far lead us now-here, in our efforts to understand the visions of the Revelation. For the benefit of those who are familiar with C. G. Jung’s speculation on the prophesy of the apocalypse in his essay ANSWER TO JOB as well as others who are visioning some cruel corrective or destructive action on behalf of the Benevolent Creation Reality, it is here believed that the prophesy is not a promise of a monstrous punishment for humanity on behalf of God, the descriptions are believed to be of another nature and the horrors are for the most part descriptions of chemical “withdrawal symptoms” as well as natural “biofeedback processes” in the brain of one specific human being. This human being is the author of this most unusual autobiography.

The errors that come about when literal/physical interpretation of prophesy is attempted should become clear in this book, but the prophesy Conways an altogether different message than the literal interpretations suggest. This has been the main reason for the question whether prophesies have a foundation in reality or whether they are just a figment of Man’s imaginative powers, but in the consciousness of the author this has now taken a new turn through the advent of the New Physics. Ever since the birth and during the growth of the New Physics (Quantum Theory) in the first half of the twentieth century, some new and strange concepts regarding reality have been emerging. Advancements in understanding the functions of the human brain in the last quarter of the last century and the beginning of this one, have show us that the very foundation of the brain's functions are of quantum nature and many of its concepts support the credibility of such phenomena as prophesies. In this book, an inference to the New Physics in regard to the question of prophesies, is only limited, but an inference to what is known of physiology and functions of the human brain in relation to the prophesy of the Revelation, is applied to a much greater extend than the New Physics. It is thus contended here that the first premise and the key to attaining any rational understanding of the visions in the Revelation, is in knowledge of the structures and the functions of the human brain, the human nerve-system and its glands (endocrine system). A further imperative is a knowledge/understanding of the ailments that disturb the proper biological function of the human brain. This having primarily to do with the wave function of the brain, which has only very recently become possible with the available scientific knowledge of the last part of the 20th century and the first part of the 21st.

A modern science oriented explanation of, how such visions as the ones in the Revelation are possible, are only an indirect subject of this book and will eventually be attained through the ultimate Unification Theory, or the QF Theory of Everything described in the book THE LITTLE SCROLL, about whose discovery this book deals with. This eventually requires some knowledge and understanding on behalf of the author of: Neurophysiology, Neurochemistry, Psychobiology, Psychology, Psychiatry, Physics in General, Relativity, Cosmology, Nuclear Physics, Quantum Physics, concepts of Quantum Reality and Fifth/Sixth Dimensional Reality. The author will further need to have some insights into: Holistics and the laws concerning Holography. This is also the case with insight into the spiritual disciplines of Man, such as; The Ancient Philosophies of Man, particularly the so called Philosophia Perennis, Modern Philosophy, Philology, Theology, and Theosophy. Fortunately however, the reader does not need to have this knowledge and understanding, but the reasons for this will unfold in the book. What in this book is referred to as Quantum Reality Visions, or Sixth Dimensional Visions, or Holistic Reality Visions, or Relativistic Visions, are explained as a combination of the transcended state dimensions (5 and 6) of consciousness as explained in THE LITTLE SCROLL. This is the causal spatial side of the brain, which is the half that regulates all the brain's thinking activity and which in the QF-theory is housed in 50% of the brain's DNA-nucleotides, classified as “introns”. Both the individual involved in prophesy of the Revelation in the late twentieth century and the one receiving prophesy in the first century, are considered to be in this transcended state.

With reference to the previously mentioned requirements and the QF-theory, in which the interpretation is based, then the Revelation deals primarily with the contents of consciousness and the life experience of the particular human being that makes the discovery of the Ultimate Unification Theory in physics. The Revelation are thus a subject that may be seen as; neurological, physical, metaphysical, spiritual, prophetic or divine, which ever words we choose to describe or label them, which in turn depends on the access our brain's consciousness wave has to the neurons in our brains neocortex (our in-tell-i-gence) during our thinking and regulated by our believe systems.

As has been discussed here previously, malfunctions of the higher states of consciousness are quite common and manifest in different forms, which are known as functional psychiatric disorders and which result in what is termed either as psychiatric illness in the form of psychosis or psychiatric disturbances in the form of serious behavioral disorders. Neither of these is here considered to be the case with St. John’s during his perception of the visions described in the Book of Revelation, neither is the person going through the experiences described in the prophesy considered to be in either such pathological mental state. The precept of the visions in prophesies is considered to depend on the magnitude of natural production of endorphin and dopamine in the brain of the individual receiving prophesy, the same being the requirement for the decoding or interpretation of the prophesy. As has previously been pointed out, this again will be presented to the reader in the unfolding story, for his personal evaluation.

When it comes to the function of the human brain, the sciences of molecular biology, neurology and psychobiology are not finding much headway in asking the question whether the brain processes the ability to peer into the future, since the question is not much on their agenda, but rather in the realm of physics. It is the New Physics of quantum mechanics that holds out the promises for an understanding into what might be behind the workings of the brain’s ability to predict the future since this reality has particles that have been shown to move both forward and backward in time. In modern neurology, neurochemistry and psychobiology, where most of the individuals making their living as Pharmacists, Psychologists and Psychiatrists, the phenomena of prophesies or predicting the future, is seriously doubted, suggesting that such cases, are for the most part--in line with Plato’s observation--associated with some form of the functional malfunctions of the brain and consequently labeled; psychosis, manic states, effect disturbance etc. Unfortunately, as discussed before, the situation is still such that Man does not have the last word concerning the human brain being the ultimate frontier of the intellectual challenge of the human spirit. A major part of this challenge is in the riddle of the phenomena of prophesies and the question regarding their validity is still open.

The account of the nature of prophesies of the Book of Revelation, as described in Newton’s secret preoccupation with them, has been and still is making Newton not just look like some sort of an eccentric, but even as being with some sort of a hidden complex, which would make him look like a nut, which in turn should make us wonder about ourselves.  Richard Westfall, Newton’s biographer, also remarked “The more I have studied him, the more Newton has receded from me.” Here the subject of this book may come to the aid of Newton since its decipherment of the puzzle of prophesy of the Revelation, suggests that this prophesy has to do with a final solution to the physics riddles regarding the fundamental colors of light, representing the fundamental colors of the universe, as well as the last riddles involving the force of gravity, this through its quantification. Newton, realizing that he did not have the last word on these subjects, did in fact ask himself what was behind this force and how it was conveyed, of which Einstein has now added considerably to our understanding, but not conclusively. It is the conclusion of the one writing these lines, that Newton was not nutty in his old age or suffering from led poison as has been suggested in order to explain his strangeness. He was simply an individual, who spent his life “Talking to God” through the Sixth Dimension in his brains spatial hemisphere, which would in turn explain his absentmindedness. He was through this, given a hunch, that the Revelation had something to do with the final solution to the questions regarding the force of gravity and light.

The final consideration regarding the questions of the reality of the phenomena of prophesies as discussed here, will eventually show itself to be the question whether the individual, in the hereafter unfolding story, has really found, this much coveted truth, which here is called the Ultimate Unification Theory or whether this is all an error, delusion, fraud or a hoax. For all we know at the present, this may all be just another Piltdown Man. Should it, however, turn out that this is really the case of a unique discovery, then the subject of whether a prophesy is a real possibility, will be clarified once and for all. However, as far as this inquiry is concerned, the net results here on the subject of prophesy, is that we come to the conclusion that we may dare permit ourselves the following simplified arbitrary declaration:

Prophesies are possible and can be valid. They have to do with the state of the human brain. The state required for the human brain to comprehend and interpret a valid prophesy is similar or the same one that which is required to produce or receive a valid prophesy. Prophesies require believes in concepts of a supreme collective cosmic consciousness or which ever terms we use to describe such a reality. Prophecies are not dependent on specific religions or interpretations of dogmas. The concept of time in connection with prophesies, differs considerably from commonly accepted concepts and may be related to the same in Quantum Physics.

The main foundations for prophesies lies in the fact that the spatial hemispheric intron reality (QF) regulates the thoughts and actions of man and in a relatively "filter" free brain can deposit visions that represents future events. Since this very same reality is in the spatial hemispheric intron reality of all men regulating their lives, it can direct it so--when ever it so pleases--that the prophetic visions manifest. This can of course not be fully understood until the collective malfunction of the human brain is fully understood.

It is the very same human consciousness causative interaction from the supreme collective cosmic consciousness of the Universe, which has, through different individuals, arranged the Bible to begin with the “fall of man” and to end with the “redemption of man”, in such a manner as to at the same time produce the final answers in all of man’s science endeavors and arrange fore the order of events to match the final prophesy in that book. The prerequisite for the time of this manifestation of the prophesy is that man has been successful in acquiring enough of fundamental knowledge about the Universe and Life--particularly in the terms of quantum reality--in order for him to be able to put together the ultimate paradigm. As with any jigsaw puzzle, it is not necessary to have all the peaces in place in order to see what the puzzle is presenting in the art of Dimitri Mendeleev and thus to complicate the reading of the book of the Universe, as Sir Francis Bacon suggested 400 years ago. To achieve this, however, it turned out that this could not be done with conventional mathematical logic alone, but required what is known as Venn-set symbolic logic.

So, in order to sum up what has been said here in this preface, then the subject of this book is to present a story that claims to be describing the events surrounding the discovery of the ultimate explanation for the Universe, Life and all that concerns these two subjects. This is thus the ultimate Unification Theory in the contemporary language of physics, and since it includes the explanation for the Observer in the terms of contemporary molecular biology, it is justifiably labeled as the Ultimate Theory of Everything. As if this was not grandiose enough, then the author of this theory claims that its coming into being has been prophesied about in the mysterious Book of Revelation some 1930 years ago, and that through this the theory will eventually produce the unification of science and religion. This in turn is a logical consequence of the “theory of everything” claim, for if it was not so, this knowledge would not represent a theory of everything, rather just a theory of something.

Obviously, such an all encompassing knowledge must then be capable of producing an ultimate explanation for the human brain and its fundamental functions and malfunctions. This is indeed the case with this theory and through it we are shown why our brilliant scientists have not been able to complete their quest for this holy grail of science. What is even more remarkable and logical as a consequence of this, is the explanation for the “spiritual fall of man” discussed at the beginning of this preface, and why it is that the human being that makes the discovery of this all embracing fundamental knowledge, has to go through the process described in the Revelation prophesy and its interpretation. Why it is that no one is capable of making this insight without first becoming “the beast of the apocalypse” and then going through the transformation process describe in the prophesy, which eventually would lead to the inaccurate assumption that the number 666 represented an Antichrist.

As a natural follow-up consequence of the here forgone preface, a brief review of the history of the experience that qualified the author to receive the ultimate knowledge embodied in THE LITTLE SCROLL and which now is in a book bearing the same name, and which then further justifies HIS interpretation of the prophesy of the Book of Revelation. This then is “The Premises” for the writing in this book.


                                           Physics Nobel Prize Winner 1963
                                            Professor Eugene P. Wigner

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                                                                                Physics Nobel Winner 1979
                                                                                Professor Steven Weinberg

The next part of the AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MR. 666 is:

02 : The Premises
The Spiritual Justification for the Book.


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