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Preview of Black Whole (2011) – Nassim Haramein:

They are some of the biggest questions that baffle humans: How was the universe created? Are we and everything around us somehow connected as one? Why do we have a consciousness and what is its effect on reality? Physicists have spent their careers trying to crack the codes. Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity explains creation, gravity, and space-time – but a theory of how everything is unified eluded even him.

Black Whole explores the groundbreaking work of physicist Nassim Haramein. Through his work with The Resonance Project, Haramein provides insight into the structure of space-time and a new coherent model of the universe. Using the parallels between his theory, sacred geometry and codes found in monuments and ancient documents, the film presents a new look at the reality in which we live. Haramein supports his ideas by explaining how ancient cultures like the Aztecs, Egyptians, and others developed similar views about the universe hundreds if not thousands of years ago. Building on Einstein’s work, Nassim Haramein, author of the award-winning paper β€œThe Schwarzschild Proton,” has developed a Unified Field Theory that unveils a specific geometric array to explain creation and the vacuum that connects all things. Is Haramein the first to make this revelation? Remarkably, Haramein found evidence all across the globe in ancient text and tradition – in Egypt, China, and Mexico. He turned to Hebrew scrolls and secret codes to uncover the pattern. Simply put, the evidence has been there for us to recognize for thousands of years … if only we knew what to look for. This incredible feature also includes a bonus that reveals Haramein’s equations.

Runtime: 1:32:06
Instructor/Talent/Host: Nassim Haramein
Cast/Guest:
Nassim Haramein
Written by: Nassim Haramein, Janice Jensen
Produced by: Jirka Rysavy, Janice Jensen