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The Yoga Miracle: Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents: Extraordinary Descriptions of the Modern Discovery Found in Ancient Yoga Texts | Kindle Edition


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THE CURRENT DISCUSSION OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION – even as conducted by well-known figures – could be at least 10 years behind the times. A major reason for this is the focus on western faiths and the convenient exclusion of amazing eastern beliefs – especially the deep-sea oceanographic and cosmic beliefs of ancient yoga.Says the Big Bang Stanford cosmologist and recipient of the 2012 Fundamental Physics Prize Andrei Linde, “When I was studying Indian philosophy I was extremely excited that what they say sometimes is painfully close to what I think.” Did you know that ancient yogis described the following modern discoveries in remarkable detail, also giving accurate timelines in millions or billions of years?1. Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents2. Permian-Triassic Worldwide Extinction of Life3. The Big Bang4. Our Milky Way Galaxy5. Past and future evolution of our SunSounds impossible, doesn’t it? How could the yogis achieve such a thing? All their descriptions are between 1000 to 3000 years old, long before the scientific era. And these subjects are supposed to be impossible to know without the tools of modern science.These facts from the east could transform the discussion of science and religion across our planet.But rarely are you informed about yoga’s scientifically harmonious beliefs concerning life, our world, and universe. Or hear about their implications for the existence of a God, higher consciousness, spiritual realm, or heaven - or whatever you may wish to call it.Sanjay C Patel – who is a peer-reviewed researcher and a former monk of 20 years – aims to undo the one-sided discussion of science and religion and bring the whole truth to your attention for your perusal.Sanjay’s scholarly discoveries are amongst the few on spirituality to achieve publication in peer-reviewed, mainstream, international scientific journals such as INSA (The Indian National Science Academy) India, IMarEST (The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology) UK, and ICHS (The International Congress of Historians of Science) China. They have also been vetted by a cosmology writer for The University of Cambridge (UK) and The Scientific American journal (USA). You can't get more objective and authentic 'science meets religion' connections than these.So why aren't they headline news? If they were exclusively from the Bible or Quran, perhaps they would be. But the discussion and reportage is lop-sided.Since a fair discussion of science and religion should be larger than only the faiths of the west, these remarkable similarities between science, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, and ancient yoga will transform the way you understand this highly important subject.For more information visit

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