My rather intense peregrinations the last three months have rather drastically cut into my scribbling — I mean erudite blogging — but now that I am back home, settled and have officially — as of ten minutes ago — dug out of the formidable backlog, I think it is time to see if I can make your synapses snappy again.
The issue on the table is underground aquifers. We are on the front end of what will probably be a long process of trying to build a theological model for the spiritual dynamics of aquifers.
The beginning point is the issue of falls. There is a mountain of evidence linking mysterious falls to spiritual dynamics in the water under the land. I wrote a query in a newsletter last year and got a rather substantial number of e-mails back documenting the high number of utterly unexplainable falls some people have had.
In our research model we begin with some very loose questions to begin to fill the big end of the funnel with data. Our skill is in finding patterns, but we have to have data before we can find patterns to the data.
Here is the current state of our perspective, subject to change as more data comes in.
-There definitely is a real dynamic of people falling down for no apparent reason. It is so pervasive in some nations that the national medical organizations track the dynamic as a non-medical cause.
-Many secular authorities agree that it is connected to the aquifers. The majority of the opinions out there revolve around an electromagnetic field created by certain geological formations. We agree with the electromagnetic field component but feel it is spiritual, not geological in cause.
-It is apparent that whatever this force is, it affects people selectively. Some are untouched by it, and others are harassed badly across decades.
-The bulk of the unsorted evidence we have also points to it being a very uneven phenomenon meaning not all aquifers impact vulnerable people the same.
The obvious questions on the table are what makes some water/land more toxic than others and what makes some people more susceptible than others.
In addition to these two, we wonder whether the condition in people is static. In other words, has anyone grown out of it? Or can anyone define the point in their life where they began to be vulnerable when they were not before?
We also have theories about redemptive gifts of land and people, as well as portals and time. Lots of fun variables.
For now, we are inviting you to help with the riddle by taking part in a poll if you have any history with mysterious falls. This will probably be the first of a series of them if we get enough responses to make them productive.
I will close it in about a week.
Copyright January 2013 by Arthur Burk
From the Hub, in Anaheim