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Enlightened by the Center for Physics

Dear Editor:

One of the many reasons to come to Aspen in the summer is for the Aspen Center for Physics free lectures series at Paepcke Auditorium.

Time is the new scientific frontier of extraordinary opportunity of surprises that are “A Billion Times Brighter” – illumination at the atomic quantum level revealing key structures of life. Was the evening lecture by: Persis S. Drell, professor and director of research at the Stanford Linear Accelerator, presented by the Aspen Center for Physics in Aspen at Paepcke Auditorium?

I love synchronicity – the intrinsic, telepathic sense of being at the right place at the right time – our inner cellphone of telepathic communication that links us up with like-minded and like-hearted people. Persis’ lecture was inspiring; yes, the future looks brighter, the awakening is approaching, and we must all align ourselves with the greatest wisdom – love, respect, tolerance, sharing, gratitude and forgiveness – for this is what it is all about.

It’s about the knowledge and wisdom encoded in our DNA, the reccurring pattern of energy that creates all life and shapes it into diverse living art forms. The universe is a magnificent creation within; it is all about crystal-clear clarity of heart and mind, which is the buzz about the future and beyond everyone is talking about it. Can you feel it?

The beginning is near … after 12.12.12, the final activation, we awaken, prepared for 12.21.12 winter solstice to the new year; set your intentions to whatever you want it to be for, no matter what you do or how you do it. You are always moving toward the source of light, toward home.

The alignment of the planets with the center of the Milky Way happens once every 26,000 years. On this winter solstice, 12.21.12, everything is going to get brighter.

Hinton Harrison


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