We stood on the shoulders of Giants



It's a phrase that just about all genius scientists agree on. The saying comes from Isaac Newton, but was in circulation much longer. Apparently our greatest geniuses would refer to Giants because without the discoveries of geniuses (of which some of them must have lived some two thousand earlier), they would never have come up with their theories. So the giants must have been known geniuses. But why using the word 'Giants'? To us that word is a little bit over the top. But okay.


We do not believe that the reference to Giants has anything to do with 'old acquaintances', but with those mentioned in the Vedas. The Vedas are the oldest and most sacred texts of Hinduism. They are written in Sanskrit. And are partly based on centuries of oral tradition. Veda means knowledge in Sanskrit. The oldest texts are said to date from around 1500 BC, but no one knows how far back the written 'knowledge' goes. Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Isaac Newton, Erwin Schrodinger, Julius Robert Oppenheimern, Niels Bohr ... until even Stefhen Hawking (although some - not us - have their doubts about the latter) took their inspiration from the Vedas.


Niels Bohr, an avid follower of the Vedas, said: 'One can conclude that the Vedas formed the basis of the theory of quantum physics'. According to Stephen Hawking, the Vedas even contain an alternative to Einstein's theory of relativity. And we think it could be because Einstein's theory of relativity is based on the speed of light. Nothing is faster than light according to Einstein. According to the Vedas, there is indeed something that is much faster than light: our mind. Our minds even harbor a power that allows us to travel to other galaxies. (That would explain why some UFOs that have been sighted for centuries seem to have some kind of consciousness - our site says the same.) Perhaps Einstein did not take note of this reference to the speed of the mind in the Vedas (or he did not studied the Vedas until later in life). He himself later referred to the Vedas. A quote from him: "If I read the Bhagavad-Gita read, everything else seems so superfluous."


Should we add that Hitler was also very interested in the Vedas? Hitler went in search of a race of gods, including in Tibet. He wanted to get hold of the mighty weapon referred to in the Vedas ...


Interesting link


Another one