David Jay Jordan's

                          Einstein & the Speed of Light

If any have not the faith that the Creator of All is also the Creator and Great Mind behind All sciences, please
read  further  about the Greatest Earthly Mind that the Lord ever created. For Einstein's true words and the
basics of physics and the importance of the speed of light and the  inter-connectiveness of everything should
inspire your 'Faith'  in the Creator, who is also called the King of Kings and Lord of ALL.

To begin with, I should explain that in the following paragraphs, Albert's recorded words will be in "quotation
marks", the authors of the two books will be normally written, and my comments will be in parenthesis as well
as Bible references that should really be looked up as they are Yahweh's words or the discernment of truth. I
start with his explosive declaration concerning his whole motivation, he wrote;

"I want to know how God created this world, I am not interested in this or that phenomenon, I want to know
His Thoughts, the rest (quantitative math and physics) are details." {Page 229} What arrogant idealism! What
provocation! Hear the gnashing sound of anger coming from those physicist (and mathematicians) who are
dedicating their (materialistic) lives to this or that phenomenon.

 In his essay 'The World as I See It' Einstein wrote in 1929 "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the
mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. He to whom this emotion (not just mind) is a stranger,
who can no longer (as a child) pause to  wonder (Psalm 19:1, Isaiah 9:6) and stand rapt in awe, is as good as
dead, his eyes are closed (for they have eyes to see but they see not). This insight into the mystery of life (Rev
10:7) coupled though it be with fear (Proverbs 1:7), has also given rise to religion.

 To know what is impregnable to us really EXISTS. manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most
radiant beauty (Kaballah) which our dull facilities can comprehend only in the most primitive forms - this
knowledge, this feeling is at the center of true religion (to stand in the presence of the Lord in the midst of His
Creation even before his throne -Merkaba) In this sense and in this sense only, I belong in the ranks of devoutly
religious men." {Page 117}

 I asked Einstein, whom I consider as the greatest living philosopher written by the author before Einstein’s
death), Is there any reality outside of us? And Einstein answered "YES, I  BELIEVE in it." (From his letter
entitled< Only then shall we have courage, when talking about the dangers of man's misuse of the Lord's science)
Einstein said "Science (quantitative math, destructive physics, mindless genetics, insane psychology theories
and on and on) has brought forth this danger, but the real problem is in the hearts and minds of men. We will not
change the hearts of other men by mechanisms, but by changing our hearts (( A new heart will I [Yahweh] give
you and a new spirit will I put within you and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh and I will give
you a heart of flesh (Ezek 36:26)

 Marvel not that I (JESUS) said unto you, You must be born again. (John3:7)) and speaking bravely.... When
we are clear (James 1:8) in heart and mind - only then shall we find courage (faith) to surmount the fear which
hauntsthe world. (1 John 4:18 And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you ree)

 (Therefore I for one, don't know how any can evade the simple truth that no matter what science is studied, it
will eventually lead any honest searcher back to the truth of God's existence even into a personal relationship
with him through His Son, andOnly Messiah.)

  (Sure it can be argued by the not so refined specialists, that Albert didn't exactly know Yahweh completely,
but which of us does ? Nevertheless it can easily be said, that by his  very words ((which we are all judged by))
Albert Einstein was very close. Besides without his faith which equates to courage, he wouldn't have
instinctively been able to go beyond his first breakthroughs to realizing there had to be a
Unifying Force. All
forces had to come from one source whether electromagnetic, gravity, strong or weak nuclear forces, all had to be
one (beyond 10 to the 15th GeV). Everything has to be related and interconnected as in the Super String Theory
Everything has to have come from One Source, from some whirlwind of divine measure  (
Golden Section class)
creative power. Some non-destructive path (Golden Mean Spiral) from and away from the Creator must be
possible in scientific terms as well as religious wording because science and religion are the same thing. Thy are
not two mutually exclusive worlds but are intermeshed as Einstein's own equations proofed. His calculations
showed there was or has to be a co-existent world that runs parallel with ours in time. There has to be a spiritual
world because it is provable by mathematics as well as personal experience (even if some haven't experienced
and even if some can't figure out the math)

 Einstein’s own equation E= mc squared showed that Energy can create matter, a little matter times the
immense number of light's speed times itself shows the energy needed. There is an interface between matter and
spirit, the world and the spirit world. When people relate that from their afterlife experiences, that they went
through an (acceleration beyond light speed) tunnel to the Light, you can bring together the subjective as well as
the objective realities. The speed of light is not some arbitrary, nature's best guess, or evolutionary chance
speed. It is set by Yahweh, as His speed, it is not a coincidence Einstein choose it. 186,282 miles per second is
the interface between the spirit and life and time's one direction or entropy. It correlates to every other measure
as described in sacred  geometry as Yahweh's building of the macro and micro universes with One consistent and
basic design.

So after we realize through a little study of earth's basic measurements that ratios are important (the Golden
Section Ratio...See also
Sun, Moon and earth ratio’s) ) then we can advance onto the sacredness of definite
measurements in distances (the furlong and miles and feet.. SEE
Sacred Mile)), and  it's easy to see that there has
to be a sacredness of certain lengths of time, and time itself.

Because we are only given a certain amount of time in our lives to come up with the Lord's truths, and Einstein
was at that threshold even with his mind, whereas it is so much easier with our hearts, totally by faith. And yet
either way it is possible to understand the Son, and the Tabernacle of the Sun, (Psalm 19:4) by studying science
or simply calling out to the
Name of Jesus, Yahweh, Allah, or Truth.

May we all search for Him in Science and Spirituality, like Albert Einstein did !

In His Service

  David Jay Jordan
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