Volume 10, Issue 2, page 10

"physical matter and mechanical energy ", has
been elevated to the status of a religion.
"Genesis of the Bible is not in it with a
school textbook on chemistry," says Prof. J. H .
Woodger. This scientific dogmatism dates from
the days of our grandfathers who believed the
universe is a gigantic machine made of hard,
solid, invisible atoms.

Then something startling happened -- the
splitting of that atom. As to this remarkable
event, one author said:
"The splitting of tte atom was the great
achievement of this age, supplying the sort of
under-the-surface knowledge we needed in all
things. Until we apply it to all things, including religion, we are but superficialists
groping in worlds not realized. Knowledge of
matter's real constitution is something that
Nature has waited for man to achieve. For it
marks the turning point in the long, descending process of the planetary night, the process
from here on being upward."
Prof. Eddington said the result of this
aehievement transformed "the eternal world of
physics into a world of shadows, and left science dangling from a limb."
Prof. J. B. Haldane, great astronomer, said :
"Materialism, once a plausible theory (of science) is now the fatalistic creed of thousands
(of scientists), but materialism is nothing
better than a superstition, on the same level
as a belief in witches and devils."
There goes science out the window, along
with its baseless assumption that the world is
composed of blind and unknown forces, and is
exclusively chemical and mechanical.
(Continued in the next issue)
EFERRING to Creation, a noted author said,
"It (Creation) is a process by means of
which Primal Substance is transformed in
such manner as to be caused to conform to
the specifications of a definite plan.

Reasoning from this premise, it becomes
certain that every Creative Act involves two
definite factors, a Creator and a Substance."
He continued: "The absence of either of
these factors automatically renders Creation
impossible. Without a Creator, Substance must
remain an inert mass ; and without Substance,
tte Creator must remain sterile, as He has
nothing with which to exercise His creative
powers. In other words, something can not be
created from nothing; and no kind of creation
is possible without a creator to do the work."
Then he made this shrewd observation: "There
are two popular fallacies of Creation which
deceive most sincere persons who try to gain
and apply an understanding of Creative Action.
One is the theory that Creation is the magical
trick of making something from nothing. The
other is the scientific concept that Creation
is a haphazard and spontaneous process which
operates without a motivating power to do the
work, and without a guiding intelligence to
direct the process. Both of these theories are
indefensible myths. They have no basis in fact,
and serve only to increase the confusion of the
These two fallacies, taught in our schools
and colleges, are the basic reason why clerics
and college graduates in the Christian world
are incompetent to analyze intelligently the
fundamental principles of Creative Action.

One of these fallacies is taught by theology, which adheres strictly to the literal
statements of the biblical fable. It teaches
children as positively true the story of Creation in the first chapter of Genesis, and they
grow up thoroly steeped in this fallacy.

Then comes the fallacy of science, opposed
to the biblical fable and taught to children in
the schools, that the krld is composed of
blind and unknown forces; that we are nothing
but infinitely small particles on the surface
of a speck of dust in the immensity of the
cosmos; that the cosmos is totally deprived of
Life and Consciousness, and that the universe
is exclusively chemical and mechanical, since writer who would be interesting, but certainly
it has been created from an unknown substratum neither dependable nor trustworthy. Something
by the techniques of physics and mechanics. of a gossip.

Between these two popular fallacies, one The slant of the writing will have some
based on an ancient fable in the Bible and the bearing on a decision of this kind, but it will
other on the wild speculations of a material- not alter the facts -- the old gal (or boy)likes
istic science, the actual facts of Creation to yak it up and will at the slightest openrun a terrible gauntlet in this world of men- ing. Don't tell THEM anything you don't want
tal darkness. made public, but -- they do have their usefulOne of the reasons for the lack of basic ness: cheap tho perhaps not too accurate, addata at this time relative to anthropology, vertising.
biology, psychology, physiology, and pathology (ED. NOTE -- Lack of response from readers
rises from the fact that for a century a ma- has led to a decision to drop this feature
terialistic science, denying the existence of from The ABERREE. Both Mrs. Dumke and the Edia spiritual world and contending that all is tor thank those who have shown interest.

0 YOU'RE puzzled about a friend? You needn't be -- it is quite simple to figure them
out with handwriting analysis. Many times,
in the course of a lifetime, you will wonder if So-and-so is trustworthy -- can be
depended upon to live up to their word.

There are several ways to back up your own
decisions, and by studying their handwriting,
you need not guess -- you will know. Study the
t-crossings, for one thing; the "a" and/or "o".
A t-crossing, turned down, will give you information that the penman is a pretty shallow
individual; maybe on the surface seems to be
all you wish in a friend or business associate
but that type of t-crossing is a dead giveaway. They will be shallow,' with no depth to
anything they say.

Watch the open "a" and''o"; if they're too
open, they'll tell all they know to anyone who
will listen. Combine the two and you find a
MAY, 1963 The ABERREE 11