Unified Field Theory 'Hawaiian Style' Ancient Hawaiians had a very deep understanding of t

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Unified Field Theory 'Hawaiian Style' Ancient Hawaiians had a very deep understanding of the nature of things and the universe. One concept they held was that there exists an energy form that is the 'mother' of all other energy. This concept is now being pursued by modern scientists under the title of "The Unified Field Theory". If I understand this theory correctly, it is the pursuit of a form of energy that is the common denominator of gravitational and magnetic energy forms. It is difficult for me to explain this concept completely, I am not an ancient Hawaiian (or a modern one, for that matter) nor am I an expert in this field. However, I do have some basic knowledge and I will give my best attempt at a scientific explanation. Let us formulate a hypothesis: There exists an energy such that Heat, electricity, and gravity are derivatives of it. It is the energy that keeps us alive and the energy that binds the solar system. We will call this life force 'Mana' (its Hawaiian Term). I have included below an better explanation of Mana by a Ph.D. and Kahuna Kupua (Master Shaman). Excerpt from "Mastering Your Hidden Self" by Serge King: "Mana is the energy behind all life and a potential source of incredible power. Yet it has been ignored by conservative Western Scientists, although discovered time and time again by those more daring and open minded. Franz Anton Mesmer discovered it in the eighteenth century and gave it the name of animal magnetism (not to be confused with the same term used by Christian Scientists). As an example of how threatening his discovery was, Mesmer's name today is associated only with hypnotism, a byproduct of his work with the vital force. About fifty years after Mesmer, Baron von Reichenbach investigated the claims of this force, proved its existence by many experiments, and called it odic force. In spite of his reputation as the inventor of creosote, however, Reichenbach's discovery was ignored or scorned by most other scientists of his time. Freud suggested existence of this force and called it "libido" and a doctor name Abrams investigated its bioelectric characteristics. Wilhelm Reich, a protege of Freud's, made discoveries about it, did extensive experiments with it, wrote books about it, and invented devices to generate it. The U.S. Government sent him to jail, burned his books, and confiscated his devices. Reichs's name for vital force was 'orgone energy'. A Frenchman, Bovis, discovered this force in pyramids, and later scientists in several Eastern Bloc nations experimented with it under the name of 'psychotronic energy'. Meanwhile, and for centuries past, other cultures familiar with this energy have given it names like prana, baraka, mungo, ch'i, and ki, to mention a few...." We can look for its characteristics just by looking at living beings such as ourselves. Specific instances of mana account for body heat and body current . Mana also explains the ability of certain individuals to levitate themselves (an anti-gravity effect). Mana also explains the ability of faith healers that are able to extend the lifetime of certain bacterial organisms in a controlled lab. Mana is also the energy field that is emitted from pyramids that is able to keep egyptian mummies in perfect condition for centuries. My above explanation is a GREATLY simplified explanation of a universal energy form. Do not be fooled by its obviousness. It is real, and can be proved easily. I look forward to discussion on this topic.


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