Quantum Physics of Prayer: Truth-Plane

by Oletta Branstiter Two Dimensions of Prayer  So far, in this series, we’ve become acquainted with an evolution from the zero dimension of Thought to the first dimension of Connection to God and all creation in real time. The second dimension refers to Light squared (l x w). The line becomes a plane – Thought vibrating in two dimensions. According to Biblical numerology, the number 2 represents a division or the second person of the Trinity. Light is EM energy. Einstein defined energy as mass multiplied by the speed of light…

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Thanks To Trump, We Have A Failure to Communicate!

by Oletta Branstiter Words mean things. What do you think of when you hear the words “conservative”, “evangelical”, “Christian”, “moral”, “Republican”, “Constitutionalist” and “patriotism”? Those who instantly thought of Donald Trump and his supporters are grossly mistaken. And they’ve done our nation a yuge disservice. Unfortunately, the damage is already done. Using typical Progressive tactics, Trump and his cult followers have successfully corrupted these well-known terms. “Conservative” now refers to anything or anyone that wreaks vengeance on the Democratic Party. “Evangelical” has been redefined to mean those who preach Trump’s…

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Expand Your Time. Do Less. Be More.

by Oletta Branstiter We’re so busy doing that we miss living. Let’s explore one of life’s little paradoxes. The Theory of Special Relativity (originally proposed by Albert Einstein) has been scientifically proven by physicists in the lab. These experiments confirm that the faster that matter travels, the slower time goes!   When I’m traveling in an airplane, I’m actually aging more slowly than my twin sister who is traveling around in her car. But I would argue that it’s not worth it. While my most recent flight did get me…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer: Connection-Line

by Oletta Branstiter The Primary Connection If zero dimensions represent thought, the first dimension represents the trajectory of that conceptual thought. One dimension is the energy wave created when the thought-point interacts with the void, or antimatter. It’s like plucking one never-ending string on a guitar. Where does the thought-note lead? What does a one-dimensional wave create? The first verse of God’s Creation Song began, “Let there be …,” promising an evolutionary step up from a conceptual point. Antimatter resonates with His melody, fulfilling its destiny by becoming matter. This…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer: Thought-Point

by Oletta Branstiter Everything is a matter of thought. Physicists will argue that Nothing never existed. Antimatter (matter composed of subatomic particles that interact with other elementary particles) yearns to become; to fill the vacuum. A void is actually vast potential. Before the universe existed, the void was full of possibilities. Prior to His Creative Word, God, like every artist, had a concept.  Zero dimensions represent the thought that led to Creation, voiced by the Creator thus: “Let there be …” (Genesis 1:3) “When the Egyptians chose to depict the…

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Quantum Physics of Prayer – Introduction

by Oletta Branstiter Physics proves the power of prayer. According to science, everything is connected, energy is eternal, and consciousness is dynamic. Conclusion: Prayer has real power. Many of the world’s most successful physicists aren’t afraid to find proof of spiritual truth in science. “There can never be any real opposition between religion and science. Forms of religion which have a nihilistic attitude to life are out of harmony with the scientific outlook and contradictory to its principles. [T]heoretical physics … is a very active science and does make an…

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You Are The Judge and Jury In The Court of Public Opinion

by Oletta Branstiter “Public opinion sets bounds to every government, and is the real sovereign in every free one.” This quote, by Founding Patriot James Madison, needs to be shouted from the rooftops today. Social media is all atwitter with allegations, apologies, and reports of settlement payments by men who forget that pride goes before a fall. In the otherwise laudable speech by former President George W. Bush, in which he rebuked leaders who would divide the nation with dissentious pronouncements and policies, I’m afraid he went too far by referring…

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The Last Temptation of Christ, And Other “Blasphemies”

by Oletta Branstiter I haven’t attended church for many years. Either I leave them or they leave me. Cases in point: One church banished me because I was living with my fiancé. We had planned to get married there, but they kicked us out. Ironic. We’ve been married since 1982, wed by a pastor who welcomed us to his church as fellow sinners.  I left another church because it was obviously under God’s judgment and I didn’t want to go up in flames with it. This was a literal fear after the building…

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Pssssst! Read Any Banned Books Lately?

by Oletta Branstiter A School Library should challenge students. As an Intermediate public school Library Specialist, intimately acquainted with over 9,000 books in circulation, I can attest to the fact that over two dozen of the books on the American Library Association list of frequently challenged children’s books are either checked out or resting comfortably on the bookshelves in my library. This is my eighth year working in a public school library. I can count on the fingers of one hand the times a book in my library has been…

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The Life And Times Of Judge Roy Moore

by Oletta Branstiter Old Judge Roy is in the spotlight again. Lights! Camera! Action! Who remembers the Oscar-nominated 1972 Western spoof starring Paul Newman, titled “The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean?” Famous director John Huston wove a revisionist tale whose motto was, “If this story ain’t true… it shoulda been!” The IMBD page defines the film this way:  “In Vinegaroon, Texas, former outlaw Roy Bean appoints himself the judge for the region and dispenses his brand of justice as he sees fit.” Does anyone else have the uncomfortable feeling…

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