Science, in general, is probably not the most interesting subject to talk about and most people can relate it to that similar feeling we get when someone says… “Hey let’s talk about Mathematics”; however, there are some experiments scientist have done that proves what most of us have been thinking. I believe it’s important you understand these experiments not necessarily from the scientist perspective but from a side we as the other people understand. Therefore, I’m only reporting what I’ve discovered from researching the experiments these scientists have made relating to our consciousness or sub consciousness. Gregg Braden documents much more in-depth knowledge if you’re so incline to dive deeper into the results of those experiments by watching his four hour video called “The Matrix”…yeah like the move…in fact Gregg talks about how the movie came from the findings of some of these experiments. Before I get into the science base experiments I would like to demonstrate something with a true story.
It was in the fall of 1995 in Westminster, Massachusetts, when two twins were prematurely born to a loving couple. The tiny twins were so small, weighing in at just two pounds at birth. I have been in a somewhat similar incident in that I also had a child born three months premature. What I can tell you from that experience is the last thing our body manufactures in a substance called “surfactant”. This surfactant is a consistent of something very slimy and what it does is when your lungs come together this slimy surfactant keeps our lungs from sticking together, ultimately causing lungs to colipase and can easily cause death. It very scary for parents and for the twin’s parent I can only imagine what they were going through.
First was this slimy surfactant did not exist and they were born earlier than my daughter and weighed much less, which converts to not a very good prognosis for their survival. Something else you may or may not be aware of is when twins are born they are separated at birth immediately…it’s simply a procedure. So while Kyrie rested in one incubator her sister, Brielle was in yet another. It’s important to understand incubator even though they have the ability to be heated up so babies are not cold they, the babies, are isolated from the entire world. They are only touched when a nurse unlocks the tiny doors and reach in…other than that they are alone…completely and utterly alone. It’s not some hidden information that twins have a special connections to each other.
What is sad but true is these two tiny babies have been growing inside their mother womb for months listening to their mother’s heartbeat, while lying intertwined together within this warm womb touching each other and listening to each other’s heartbeat. They spent the last months of their growth is an extremely safe environment being connected in so many ways to their mother and each other. Then at the moment of child birth they are then quickly separated as they are taken from the safety of the womb, the safety of their mother and the safety of themselves which they have been so accustom to for that last few months.
Hang on Part Two next week…you’ll love it!