It is believed that the ancients had solved Einstein’s Unified Field Theory and in recent times, Nassim Haramein, a new-age physicist is trying to prove this through his equations and in doing so, flies in the face of conventional physics as he marries science and spirit.

This is a brave decision as one’s professional credibility is questioned by today’s scientific community in equating science and spirit and at worst, that research is put paid to or at best, not taken seriously enough – yet Nassim’s approach feels right and more importantly, it bears a stamp of certitude.

I learnt of him through the documentary, ‘Black Whole’ and his YT channel and suffice to say, couldn’t help thinking of Walter Russell’s remark, ‘beyond the genius is the mystic’.

Walter Russell was an illumined philosopher and a contemporary of Nikola Tesla who asked him to hide his teachings of cosmogony (science of creation) for 1000 years until man was ready for it and whose biography, ‘The man who tapped the secrets of the Universe’ gained him prominence.

In his teachings he quotes Sir Oliver Lodge, ‘if the great cosmic secret was ever revealed to man, the discovery would not come from a trained scientific mind but from the supreme vision of some poet, painter, philosopher, or saint who could see the universe as a whole…’

Never truer said? It may surely take a genius to work out the mathematics of a Unified Field Theory but only a mystic to experience it!




Bhaskar Dutta is a writer and IT specialist based in London.