Space - Time and Beyond II

The Series: Episode 2 "Dark Energy"

by Jack Sarfatti



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/14/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 208
ISBN : 9781403390226

About the Book

Sarfatti’s first hard-hitting book in this series, Destiny Matrix, discusses historical facts about the New Age Occult in the rise of fascism and nazism, of Cold War Soviet espionage in America using "psychic warfare" and the origins of Reagan’s "Star Wars," that are virtually unknown to the public. This book Space-Time and Beyond – The Series adds to this discussion of the hidden occult history of modern times, moral dilemmas and the rapidly evolving astounding new physics ideas on time and consciousness, UFO Star Gate Time Machines and the paranormal that are "Making Star Trek Real." Reality is even stranger than science fiction.

Controversial ideas like Dr. Sarfatti’s are not found in any other book in the genre that he created at Esalen in 1976. Sarfatti’s recent discovery unifying dark energy with dark matter add extra dimensions the new concept of the universe, Super Cosmos, that Stephen Hawking introduced to the public in The Universe in a Nutshell. The implications of these new ideas of the mainstream physics of time travel and parallel universes for the very popular fringe topics of flying saucers and the paranormal are discussed in a sober way.

Dark Energy also has a human dimension in the natural ambiguity of plain language as betrayal of trust and friendship for money in the case of Gary Zukav’s The Dancing Wu Li Masters and even murder in the case of Ira Einhorn. There is a section on the Ira Einhorn-Holly Maddux murder mystery. Einhorn was Jack Sarfatti’s literary agent for the original Space-Time and Beyond in 1975

Dr. Sarfatti has been filmed by Paramount Pictures lecturing on this subject for their Spring 2003 DVD re-issue of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. The book is complete with tables of contents and an index of key names and phrases.

About the Author

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—"The Bohemian physicist--contributes a balanced scientific non-establishment for this expanding society. I don’t mean to disparage the work, either--among all the blatherers there sometimes appears a breakthrough thinker. Originality has always required a fertile expanse of fumble and mistake. That’s the beauty of the option. Your life might turn out to be just what’s required to save the planet--Sarfatti’s Cave is the name I’ll give to the Café Trieste in San Francisco, where Jack Sarfatti, Ph.D. in physics, writes his poetry, evokes his mystical, miracle-working ancestors, and has conducted a several-decade-long seminar on the nature of reality and his own love life to a rapt succession of espresso scholars." Bohemia, Where Art, Angst, Love and Strong Coffee Meet, Herbert Gold, Simon & Schuster, 1993.

"Jack Sarfatti, Ph.D., Director of the Physics/Consciousness Research Group, is the catalyst without whom the following people and I would not have met -- These men are the godfathers of this book." Gary Zukav in Acknowledgments to The Dancing Wu Li Masters. Jack, as a matter of fact, actually wrote large parts of the physics sections of Wu Li Masters and worked closely with Gary on the re-writing of contributions from other physicists whose cooperation Jack brokered. Gary had no physics education and was Jack’s roommate in San Francisco’s Bohemia – North Beach, which is how he got the opportunity to come to Esalen because of Jack’s invitation that led to the Wu Li book.

Author Jack Sarfatti was born in Brooklyn, New York on September 14, 1939. He graduated with a BA in Physics from Cornell and later earned a PhD in Physics from the University of California. His bio is on Wikipedia.