Letter from Michael Roll to Professor Gary Schwartz (September 9, 2001): Natural Forces in the Universe

To Professor Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona and all scientists reading survival after death as a branch of physics -

Natural forces in the universe

I have listed below the 17 saviour-gods mentioned by the historian Arthur Findlay in his book 'The Curse of Ignorance' (SNU Publications 1947) ISBN 0 947823 32 8.

It was not until The Council of Nicaea in AD 325 that Jesus was officially turned into the god called Christ. To check this look up Nicene Creed in the dictionary.

Nothing happened yesterday in the laws of physics that does not happen today. Sir William Crookes and I witnessed exactly the same phenomena as the followers of all these saviour-gods. Understandably they thought something supernatural had happened and they turned their heroes into God - the creator of the universe.

Crookes, Sir Oliver Lodge, John Logie Baird, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and many others did not make this mistake, they all beavered away looking for a rational scientific explanation to account for what was being witnessed at repeatable experiments.

Now, thanks to the discipline of Quantum Mechanics, the study of the invisible part of the universe, we have the explanation. It's all to be found on the web site of The Campaign for Philosophical Freedom www.scsad.afterlifeinstitute.org

Osiris (Egypt) 1,700 B.C.
Bel (Babylon) 1,200 B.C.
Atys (Phrygia) 1,170 B.C.
Themmuz (Syria) 1,160 B.C.
Dionysus (Greece) 1,100 B.C.
Krishna (India) 1,000 B.C.
Hesus (Europe) 834 B.C.
Indra (Thibet) 725 B.C.
Bali (Asia) 725 B.C.
Iao (Nepal) 622 B.C.
Alcestis (Pherae) 600 B.C.
Quexalcote (Mexico) 587 B.C.
Wittoba (Travancore) 552 B.C.
Prometheus (Greece) 547 B.C.
Quirinus (Rome) 506 B.C.
Mithra (Persia) 400 B.C.
Christ (Rome) 325 A.D.

Gary Schwartz is Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Surgery at the University of Arizona, at Tucson. He is the Director of the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health.
In September 2002, he founded the Center for Frontier Medicine in Biofield Science at the University of Arizona, and was its Director for four years.