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Books and Papers

Part I: Popular Books:

This first list is just the popular books, from which I have left out the reference books - these are given in the second list below.

4. F. Hoyle & C. Wickramasinghe, Evolution from Space (Paladin, Granada, London 1981) Shows how improbable life is.

6. Erwin Schrödinger, What is Life? & Mind and Matter (Cambridge University Press, 1967. The beginnings of a new theory of life.

8. W Brittin & G Gamow "Negative Entropy and Photosynthesis" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 47, 724 (1961) This paper was critical in the development of my ideas. It shows how sunlight shining on the earth's surface, creates order out of chaos, which is the central problem of life and healing. This is why I make my remedies using sunlight. See my essay on Water for a summary of this.

10. Edward Bach MD Heal thyself and The Twelve Healers; F J Wheeler MD, The Bach Remedies Repertory (C W Daniel Co, London); published together under the title The Bach Flower Remedies (Keats Publishing, Inc. Conn. 1979). The first books in modern times about healing with flower essences, which are man-made dews.

11. The Bible mentions "dew" 35 times and links it with heaven 11 times. Isaiah 26, 19 is particularly significant. Having had an ancestor (Roger Fenton DD) who was one of the 70 scholars who translated the King James version of the Bible, I have a special affection for it. Unfortunately I think it is often misunderstood, and arguing over it for centuries has not helped. "Living water" is mentioned 3 times in the old testament and 4 in the new, including by Jesus. Hildegard of Bingen, a Mediaeval Abbess, also made essences with flowers and crystals.

12. Barbara Ann Brennan, Hands of Light. A guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field (Bantam Books). Also Light Emerging: The Journal of Personal Healing (Bantam Books, 1993). The pictures in these books are so accurate they have helped me to make remedies.

13. Book by Jesus in person: Divine Healing of Mind and Body, by MacDonald-Bayne (Rider, 2013, first published 1953). The opening verses of this book are so powerful. I have read the whole book at least 5 times. He says many things, including that there is something wrong with physics which has to be corrected.

14. Books by Jesus in person: Love without End - Jesus Speaks, by Glenda Green (Spiritis Publishing, AZ, 2002); The Keys of Jeshua, by Glenda Green (Spiritis Publishing, AZ, 2004). These books are very powerful. In Love without End he talks about the mind, the heart, spirit and matter. He says we have put all our faith in reason, whereas the real power lies in love and spirit. It explains his teachings in our modern age. He explains that spirit is the long way back to God. The short cut is love.

15. Crystal Power, Crystal Healing - The Complete Handbook, by Michael Gienger (Blandford, London, 1998). Explores the relationship between crystallography and crystal healing.

16. Masaru Emoto, Messages from Water: The first pictures of frozen water crystals (Hado Publishing, Tokyo, 1999). Emoto shows how thought, prayer and music can influence the patterns and even the structure of water. My i-remedies are not made from thought or prayer, but from the energies of flowers, crystals and minerals imprinted into water by sunlight, They are thus natural in origin.

Part II: Scientific Details:

1. A. Lima-de-Faria Molecular Evolution and Organisation of the Chromosome (Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1983). You are not expected to read this 1000 page reference book, but it provides important evidence. Professor Lima-de-Faria, a molecular geneticist from the University of Lund, gave a seminar at CERN (near Geneva) shortly after publishing this book. He said he had searched 25,000 papers for evidence for or against order in the genetic code. Although trying to be neutral, he found evidence for order on all levels of the genetic code. The evidence I found the most compelling was the use of palindromes in the marker codes. Genes require labels to mark where the gene begins and where it ends. These labels could be any random sequence of base-pairs. But most of them are not random at all.  I recall he said that about 75% of the 80 or so labels known then to science, read the same forwards as backwards, so they are palindromes (eg the word "madam" or the phrase "Able was I ere I saw Elba"). In practice they are double palindromes because the DNA is double stranded. (NB he gave more examples at CERN than are printed in his book.) These labels are clearly not random, and require new physics to explain them.

2. A.L. Lehninger, Biochemistry, 2nd Edition (Worth Publishers, Inc. New York, 1975), p. 9. He writes that "enzyme-catalysed reactions proceed to a 100% yield - there are no by-products". However, reactions in a test-tube are almost always accompanied by by-products, so that yields are less than 100% and extensive purification is necessary. He then states that there cannot be any by-products in a living cell, or they would clog-up and die. Therefore biochemical reactions in living cells are not random. This also violates the known laws of physics (Note also that key biomolecules (eg haemoglobin) are held together by ultra-weak hydrogen bonds, so they are no more rigid than the water they float in.

3. G. Nicolis & I. Prigogine, Self-Organisation in Non-Equilibrium Systems {John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1977), p. 23. They calculate that a simple protein of 100 amino acids could not have evolved by random process in the known age of the Universe. (See also M Eigen, Naturwiss. 58, 465 (1971)) They find that the Universe would have to be older by a factor of 10105 (10 followed by 105 zeros!) for this one protein to have evolved randomly. Otherwise this is a mathematical physics textbook about the formation of ordered patterns by dissipative structures.

4. F. Hoyle & C. Wickramasinghe, Evolution from Space (Paladin, Granada, London 1981) They estimate that the probability that a small cell with 2000 simplified enzymes arises by random chance is only 1 part in 1040,000, which is an infinitesimally small probability which could not be overcome even if the whole Universe was filled with primaeval organic soup. These 4 references show that:

i. DNA is not random.

ii. Biochemical reactions are not random.

iii. Proteins could not have evolved by random evolution, not anywhere in the Universe.

5. Richard Dawkins Climbing Mount Improbable (Penguin Books, 1996). Despite the above overwhelming evidence that life is not random on any level (not in origin, not in the DNA and not in function), Dawkins (of the Selfish Gene fame) argues that unfortunately these calculations are done by physicists (Lima-de-Faria and Lehninger are not). who simply don't understand living organisms or biology. He then points out that "Darwinism is not a theory of random chance. It is a theory of random mutation plus non-random cumulative natural selection." (Unfortunately this seems to contradict the spirit of his book The Blind Watchmaker, which places so much emphasis on randomness.) It sounds so simple: we are idiots. However, there are fundamental problems here:

i. An organism can only evolve by natural selection (if that exists) if it is already alive (which begs the questions of what is life?). The physics calculations show that a simple protein or cell could not have come into existence by random processes, so that life could not exist, so that it could not yet start to evolve. The idea that some dead random chemicals could "evolve" by "natural selection" is putting the cart before the horse - it is assuming that they are alive before they have been organised to be alive! The problem is that Darwin's theory is a theory of "evolution" not a theory of life, and certainly not of the origin of life - it is simply about how existing species may have evolved, not how they came into existence. Evolution is a second order effect, like acceleration, and using it to explain life is like trying to use acceleration to explain motion.

ii. Lima-de-Faria says somewhere in his writings (I think in the introduction to his book quoted above), that it is impossible to define natural selection scientifically.

iii. In fact the only way that "natural selection" could overcome the enormous statistical improbability of life, is if there was some psychic guiding hand (ie the Watchmaker is not blind), which selected the right combinations and preserved them, over the random permutations which get rejected. There is another key point the experts overlook, and that is that at some key moment the random processes stop just when you have a viable organism. If you have mutations every 10-8 seconds, how or what stops it mutating past the optimum structure for a viable organism? By the time "natural selection" could kick in (even if it is only seconds later), it would have already mutated many millions of times!

iv. How on earth did those genetic labels become double palindromes by "natural selection". There is simply no survival value on genetic labels being one pattern versus another, provided they are used consistently.

v. And how did enzymes "evolve" to produce no by-products, in such a wide range of different organisms, so many different shapes and forms and functions. The reality is that there is a general principle here which we don't understand.

vi. Rupert Sheldrake in the Science Delusion - freeing the spirit of enquiry (Coronet, London, 2013) provides a seriously researched response to the materialism of Richard Dawkins and others.

vii. Perhaps the most telling problem is that Darwinism does not provide any clues as to how to heal disease, whereas the physics to follow does.

6. Erwin Schrödinger, What is Life? & Mind and Matter (Cambridge University Press, 1967 - these two books were originally published separately several decades earlier) Schrödinger (Nobel prize winning physicist) takes a different approach. He considers the whole problem of entropy (randomness) and concludes that the food chain has to supply order to the organisms, so that it can overcome the natural tendency towards randomness. The key point is that the food chain contains a flow of order, which helps to make you more orderly. I realised quite early on that this need not be material, but could be order as in information. The question was, how to make this living information?

7. I Prigogine, Bull. Acad. Roy. Belg. Cl. Sci. 31, 600 (1945). In this paper Prigogine wrote down the basic equations a living organism has to satisfy if it is not to dissolve into chaos. In words, the organism has to take in more order than the disorder it creates (by the chemical reactions of its own metabolism) and it then has to excrete this excess disorder, so that it becomes more orderly. Prigogine then devoted his life to solving this problem of the origins of order in living organisms (see reference 3). His theory of dissipative structures is a classical (non-quantum) theory and fails on several grounds. However, it was important in the early days of my work.

8. W Brittin & G Gamow "Negative Entropy and Photosynthesis" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 47, 724 (1961) I was at CERN listening to a seminar by an American physicist, when he suddenly stopped and said "Oh by the way, this is the equation of life" and wrote down Brittin and Gamow's equation, which shows that sunlight shining on the earth's surface pumps entropy (randomness ) out into outer space, and so starts the food chain predicted by Schrödinger. Prigogine did not seem to know of this paper. See my article on Water for more information. This gave me the clue to start making flower essences and gem elixirs.

9. Barrow & Tipler, The Anthropic Cosmological Principle (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1986). This is a lovely book, but it contains some mathematics, so it is perhaps not for everyone. It was written by a physicist and an astronomer around the idea that the Universe has been fine-tuned to enable life to exist (because if one changes slightly some of the fundamental constants of physics, life could not exist). In other words, life does exist and so there is something special about the Universe to allow this to happen. This is a carefully researched book. They show that the randomness of the Universe after the Big Bang had to be limited, or atoms, stars, and planets would never have come into existence. They explore the role of the observer in quantum mechanics. In quantum mechanics, an atomic particle can be in one or two states: it can either be in many places at once, as described by the wave function (which gives the probabilities of finding it in different places); or it can suddenly be at a specific point exactly where is observed. This seems to give "observation" magical powers, and is the basis for healing. The physicist John Bell used to ask "Where does the observer begin? At my glasses, in my eyes,or in my brain?" Or is consciousness the abstraction behind the observer? (Wigner said we should study changes in consciousness.) The authors examine this in detail, and suggest that there has to be an Ultimate Observer who draws all the processes of observation together to create the Universe in a consistent way. There is a theorem by von Neumann that the process of observation is infinite, which takes back to the Ultimate Observer outside the Universe. In effect, physics is starting to predict the existence of consciousness and God, as the Ultimate Observer. Very satisfying.

Part III: Spiritual Healing and Living Physics

The above works lead us to consider life and consciousness. It helps to know that there are two types of knowledge: internal (such as thought or pain), and external (eg objective facts). There are also two ways of acquiring knowledge. The scientific way of experiment is well-known. But we can also acquire knowledge from personal experience. For example if you want to understand Buddhism, you need to practice meditation. If you want to learn about homoeopathic remedies, flower essences or my i-remedies, you need to take them to experience them. In this way the life force can be used as a detector of subtle energies. Scientists tend to reject such information, but there are reasons to believe it can give a more accurate view of reality, if the mind is pure (ie has a low entropy level). In this section we consider this inner knowledge about life.

As I studied healing I became convinced there was more going on. It seemed to me that, whatever you think of the debate between the physicists and Dawkins, there is a struggle between order and chaos, which healthy living organisms win. To me it seemed obvious that disease is linked to randomness - there is evidence for this from the way radiation causes randomness and disease. The key point is that living organisms are highly complex and ordered, so anything (eg randomness or entropy) which works against this must be a problem (ie cause disease). So the question was, how to create order?

I tried various strategies, including vitamins and trace minerals; homoeopathic remedies, and finally flower essences and gem elixirs. These won out because they are made with sunlight (as Brittin and Gamow' theory) AND they touch deeper levels of pain and disease. They also contain consciousness which is the causative agent. I could go into a lot more detail, but this is meant to be a list of books:

10. Edward Bach MD Heal thyself and The Twelve Healers; F J Wheeler MD, The Bach Remedies Repertory (C W Daniel Co, London); published together under the title The Bach Flower Remedies (Keats Publishing, Inc. Conn. 1979). The first books in modern times about healing with flower essences, which are man-made dews.

11. The Bible mentions "dew" 35 times and links it with heaven 11 times. Isaiah 26, 19 is particularly significant. It also mentions "living water" 7 times. The discussion between the Samarian woman and Jesus at the well (John 4.10 onwards) is particularly significant. Hildegard of Bingen, a Mediaeval Abbess, also made essences with flowers and crystals. These contain consciousness and ordered patterns, so they are alive. Ditto my remedies which are made from them.

12. Barbara Ann Brennan, Hands of Light. A guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field (Bantam Books). Also Light Emerging: The Journal of Personal Healing (Bantam Books, 1993). Brennan is a physicist who is spectacularly clairvoyant. In these books, she shows the true nature of the human energy field, including the aura, subtle bodies and churches (chakras). I find the pictures to be more instructive than the words. My remedies contain love, light and spirit. Having my remedies to hand is like having a spiritual healer of Brennan's ability available 24/7.

13. Book by Jesus in person: Divine Healing of Mind and Body, by MacDonald-Bayne (Rider, 2013, first published 1953). The opening verses of this book are so powerful. I have read the whole book at least 5 times. He says there is something wrong with physics which has to be corrected. Reading Jesus' words directly, without any intervening medium or translator, is quite extraordinary. He talks about his life in Israel 2000 years ago, so clearly, you know its true. This book and the ones below by him, are so amazing, they touched my soul.

14. Books by Jesus in person: Love without End - Jesus Speaks, by Glenda Green (Spiritis Publishing, AZ, 2002); The Keys of Jeshua, by Glenda Green (Spiritis Publishing, AZ, 2004). Glenda had a dream she was going to paint a portrait of Jesus. She told her husband, who periodically would ask her when she was going to paint this portrait. Eventually she said she would do so when Jesus came to her studio and posed like anybody else. He came everyday, except for Sundays, for 3 months! The first book is based upon their conversations, and is truly remarkable. It explains his teachings for our modern scientific age. I had never really understood what Christianity was about, but his explanation of how we are created from love, spirit and adamantine particles, and then the development of remedies for this, changed my life, and took my healing system several steps forwards. He makes many important points, a few which come to mind are:

a. Nowhere in the Universe has there ever been a civilisation based on genetic engineering which has been successful.

b. It is not wise to use antibiotics. Bacteria share genes, so that once one has produced drug-resistant genes, all the others around the world can access and use it.

c. God is love, and love is outside the duality (of matter and spirit) and so helps us rise above the divided reality we live in. This is why love is the quicker way back to God than spirit.

d. Our brains have evolved incorrectly so that we do not understand life.

15. Crystal Power, Crystal Healing - The Complete Handbook, by Michael Gienger (Blandford, London, 1998). In the Bible, crystals are the foundations for the New Jerusalem. Crystals are highly ordered: their atoms are lined up like soldiers on parade. So they are an important source of order. Furthermore, they are alive - they are like inorganic plants. You recognise them by their shapes and colours (like in botany) and they can be seeded, they grow, and some (eg quartz crystals) can even heal themselves, after being broken. Crystals are actually evidence for the existence of life as a fundamental principle of nature, except that science cleverly misinterprets that!

16. Masaru Emoto, Messages from Water: The first pictures of frozen water crystals (Hado Publishing, Tokyo, 1999). Pictures can say more than a thousand words, although physicists tend not to be impressed by them - they prefer numbers. I don't agree with everything he says, but his pictures show how water is sensitive to many influences. As a scientist I am interested in the patterns and energies put into nature by the Creator, to be used by us as tools for healing. So I don't use thought, or anything like that. Instead I make my remedies from the patterns and energies of flowers, crystals and minerals, imprinted into water by sunlight. These are then combined together to bring out a particular aspect(s), and often they are dimensionalized to work on higher dimensions. Some are combinations of combinations.

There are many more books and papers which have influenced me over the decades.