Here’s a clear review of what quantum entanglement is:
http://calitreview.com/51

Summed up, quantum entanglement is “[…] a strange feature of quantum physics, the science of the very small. It’s possible to link together two quantum particles – photons of light or atoms, for example – in a special way that makes them effectively two parts of the same entity. You can then separate them as far as you like, and a change in one is instantly reflected in the other. This odd, faster than light link, is a fundamental aspect of quantum science.”

This discovery has many implications for the mystical. It indicates that telepathy is likely to be explained scientifically. It indicates that perhaps even telekinesis can be explained scientifically. Teleportation has already even been achieved using the concept of quantum entanglement with very large molecules “similar in size to a bacterium” (amazing, right?)

But what does this mean for astrology? It demonstrates that on a minute scale, two objects that are not spatially linked can indeed respond to eachother through an undetermined link. It also demonstrates (as discussed in the ‘twins’ paragraph in the link I gave) that two particles ‘birthed’ or ‘engtangled’ at the same time may act in exactly the same ways, somewhat similar to the phenomena of time twins.

What are your thoughts? I find the whole thing wildly, wildly exciting, without even considering astrology’s role here. Magic and science are drawing ever closer. They teleported molecules!?! This is REAL.

Pls discuss.

5 Comments

  • Problem is that you’re going under the idea that astrology has been proven to work and now there is an explanation of how it works. First one must show, as mentioned in a certain previous answer, that it does do better than random chance. Indeed it is the cart before the horse.

    ‘Magic’ is a term that tends to be used for things that aren’t readily explainable. In medieval times for example, something such as a computer would be seen as ‘magic’, while today it isn’t. A scientific explanation for something and it ceases to be ‘magic’. It is relative.

  • It makes no case for any type of astrology at all. Find anything yet that astrology can do better than random chance? No. That is because astrology is belief based, not science based. Nor does it make telepathy and telekinesis likely. You are putting the cart before the horse. First produce evidence any of these even exist, then seek out the reason.

    Yeah, it does show science does deliver, magic does not.

    “It seems to me what is called for is an exquisite balance between two conflicting needs: the most skeptical scrutiny of all hypotheses that are served up to us and at the same time a great openness to new ideas … If you are only skeptical, then no new ideas make it through to you … On the other hand, if you are open to the point of gullibility and have not an ounce of skeptical sense in you, then you cannot distinguish the useful ideas from the worthless ones.”

    Carl Sagan “The Burden of Skepticism”

  • I think you would also be interested in micro tubules within the cell structures of the brain… and super-positioning within Quantum computers of these micro tubules and the connection between space time geometry.. a fundamental property and the very fabric of the universe. The more we focus on this… we see that we are more connected to the universe than we ever could possibly imagine!!

  • I find quantum physics fascinating. I’ve been reading about it for years. I do see the connection to astrology and many other things that I am interested in learning more about. Quantum physics goes places where science dares not. It explains things that science cannot. I believe it will help explain astrology and possibly even the existence of God. Quantum physics throws away the rules of basic science. It has proven things like by observing something we actually change it. We have an impact on our surroundings.

    Astrology has always believed “As above, so below”. QP will prove it. That and so much more….

  • Personally, I think astrology should be moved to the science section. You might be interested to read Joseph Goodavage, who did a lot of research on time twins, and almost made astrology a science, had it not been for fearful stuffed-shirt professors who refused to give him a fair hearing. He couldn’t explain why astrology works, and even quantum physics does not seem to explain why Scorpios tend to be occultists, or Aquarians eccentric, for example, but it seems to hold true anyway.
    According to one of my favorite books, Zen Without Zen Masters, by Camden Benares, both magic and science are saying the exact same thing in different ways. Every theory says “An unexplained something is doing we don’t know what” and every principle says “it did it again.”

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