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A QUANTUM STUDY OF EVOLUTION

By Larry Davis

 

Universal Mind – Quantum-Physics-Relationship

INTRODUCTION

Adam sat quietly in his chair as he opened his mind to the streaming visions of the universal mind.

Eve had finished her spiritual cleansing for the morning and was opening her mind to find Adam.

 

CONVENTION

 

At the Institute of Noetic Sciences Adam was asked why he and his sister Eve did not have cell phones like all the other students there.

 “We don’t need them.”

When Eve was being interviewed she said “you asked Adam why we don’t have cell phones,”

We asked her how she knew that we had asked Adam, because they had not seen each other since Adam’s interview.

She said “Adam told me.”

And how did he do that?

She responded,”We use the Universal Mind.”  It is there for everyone to use but many today do not believe.

“Can you communicate with Adam any time you want to,” we asked her?

“Yes, since we were babies.”

Adam was deep in his state of meditation when he felt Eve’s presence.

All they had to do was think about each other and the minds would meld together.

Whatever Adam was thinking, Eve knew it.

It was not long after that when they both realized their minds could join any time they wanted to.

When they were 5 years old their parents, took them to where their cognitive abilities could be tested in a controlled double blind experiment, by a team of Psychologist’s, Scientist’s and Spiritual guidance counselors at, The Institute Of Noetic Sciences.

That was the day Yrral met them.

Yrral, experienced many such people in his life and occasionally could manifest the Universal Mind, himself.

 

Scientists were invited from all over the world to the convention where Yrral Savid was to introduce Adam and Eve and show the scientific world how they use and practice Teleportation.

Yrral sat back and gazed at the clear blue eyes of Adam and Eve as they sat in front of him.  He could feel the energy emanating from their minds, while they looked at him, never looking away.

It only took 2 seconds to realize that these 2 children were experiencing the next step in human evolution and he was about to experience it with them.

The room was gone the world was gone.  A bright light filled his mind for just an instant, then silence.

Adam and Eve were there and Yrral.  That is all that existed.

The Universal mind was in full moon….glowing alive.

Yrral had the lab established in a few days with 2 rooms separated with grounded steel mesh and with walls and floors lined with lead. This is common for experiments dealing with Parapsychology.  The walls will not allow radio frequencies to interfere with the tests.

The signals (if you can call them that because they don’t seem to travel as radio waves do,) that are used by the universal mind, cannot be described by modern physics today.

 

Entangled Minds

 

These are the children of evolution.  These are the children who will be the makers of the new world.  These were the children who will change the consciousness of the world.

You cannot cheat or lie to someone who shares the Universal Mind.

They know what you are thinking all the time.  How can you lie to them?

The laws of Physics are being denied here in this experiment.

Yrral called his team together and started his report.  “I am convinced that you will be persuaded to agree with me about the evolution of human kind when you meet Adam and Eve.

So at this point in the program I would like to introduce them on this stage today.

However, you should be aware that right now they are not in California.  They are in New York, in a studio where they are ready to come here on my request.  Instantly…..

The audience, composed of scientists and psychologists from all over the world, had come to review the efforts of the Institute in the study of children of the new age.

Yrral heard moans from the audience as he told them the kids were in New York.

He sat down and closed his eyes and folded his hands in his lap.

A bright light filled the stage and in the 2 empty chairs beside him, images of a boy and a girl start to appear as if Holographic Images.

Then a voice emanated from the boy.  “Hello Sir, how are you today?”

“I am fine.” said Yrral. “How are you?”

“Well Eve and I have transported ourselves to you, to help you convince the scientific community that it can and is being done every day, now that we have evolved into co-creators of our own universes.” Is Quantum Physics in Action?

“What do you want us to do now?”

“Show us exactly what Eve showed me the first day of your test.”

Suddenly the stage was filled with light and a huge garden made its appearance.

“Like that?” said Eve.

“Yes,” Yrral gasped.  “That’s it.”

“More?” said Eve.

“Yes, go ahead.” Yrall whispered to her.

The stage went dark.  A sound came from the audience.  A low disappointed sound of hissing.  The stage lit up for a second and an entire city of the future appeared before all the science community.

“That’s quite a show.” A voice came from the audience.  “May we approach the stage?”

“You are welcome to come up here and talk to Adam and Eve,” Said Yrral.

 

Eyes - Spheres Full of Stars?

 

Eve opened her clear blue eyes, spheres full of stars, just in time to see all the people approaching the stage.  She lost control of her emotions for just a moment and the stage went blank, back to the dimly lit background curtain.

She closed her eyes again and the future city re-appeared.

 

A QUANTUM MOMENT

 

 

About the Author: 
Larry Davis is a novice science fiction writer.This is his first attempt. In 1980 he did write and publish a self help book "Secrets Of Kings Prophets And Millionaires."

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