E-mail from Michael Roll to Rupert Sheldrake (November 4, 2013): Scientific Discovery of the Spiritual Part of the Universe


we are both doing the same job.

You will see from this email to Professor Richard Dawkins that I am working to let my fellow atheists know that the spiritual part of the universe is a scientific fact. I recognise that you are doing the same thing with your fellow religionists. Even though I am an atheist I start from the base that the religionists are correct about us having a soul that separates from the dead physical body. Sir Isaac Newton was correct and Einstein got it desperately wrong when he said:
“I don’t believe that the individual survives the death of his body, although feeble souls harbour such thoughts through fear or ridiculous egotism.”

New York Times, April, 1955.

When the Glasgow University professor of astrophysics, Archie Roy, came and spent the day with me in 1983 he said, “We have no idea what gravity is.” I told him that it seemed obvious to me that it is the force of the spiritual part of the universe. Professor Roy made it very clear that only a person like myself, who was outside of academia, could put that idea forward. This is because the spiritual part of the universe is not recognised by scientific teaching across the world.

In October 2013 the Western Daily Press published Sir Isaac Newton’s model of the universe. It only needed just one paper to do this.

All the rest will eventually jump on our winning bandwagon.

Michael Roll

Rupert Sheldrake is an English biologist and author. He is best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance, the idea that "memory is inherent in nature".
From 2005 to 2010, he was Director of the Perrott-Warrick project, funded from Trinity College, Cambridge.