Excerpts from my new book,
“The Quantum Bigfoot.”
Excerpts from Chapter 4.
So how does quantum physics relate to spirituality and Bigfoot? In my 45+ years of researching this phenomenon, I’ve heard several very strange reports. A few of these reports, from seemingly heartfelt people, claimed that these creatures disappeared. Is that even possible? Can the laws of quantum physics actually answer that question? Knowing what I know, I’m compelled to delve in and see. The accepted mathematics of quantum physics says that there is more going on than what we see with our three-dimensional eyes.
Scientists now know, through physics, that empty space (Dark Matter, Dark Energy) is not actually empty…however, it is a dimension existing outside of the human light spectrum and the observable vibrational frequency. It seems to me that classical science has restricted itself by its own disciplines and because of those disciplines, will never grasp the big picture. If we use the classical box to try and determine all that exists, we would never begin to understand the cosmos, e.g., the world of spirituality.
The math of quantum physics indicates that there are at least eleven dimensions in existence…possibly innumerable. So, could the laws of quantum physics be the answer to the Bigfoot mysteries? If so, how do we move forward in that possibility?
Excerpts from Chapter 5:
The quantum world of physics also provides an explanation for those folks who believe in God…how divine energy infiltrates the world we live in. If we allow our minds to capture this thought we all win. Many religious people have never before considered quantum physics as the way God works throughout the universe, on this planet, in you and in me.
The quantum laws, which were brought to light in the 19th century, are the same that was taught by Jesus over 2000 years ago. The very Oneness of connection He shows us in John 17:22-23. As humans, we all have it, so why are we not walking on water?
Is there really a possible physical connection that can take us to another realm of reality…something that is not really in woo-woo land, or that can only be found in church on Sunday by bowing our heads or…