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The universe revealed like never before. Science speculates about the existence of a Great Unified Theory that joins everything together. Now research journalist and author Patrick Cusick has completed this work of non-fiction that vividly connects cosmology and the quantum sub-atomic world with human biological evolution. Big bangs, the edge of existence, life on planets and the rise of universal beings... mind-blowing stuff that makes fascinating reading. This is important new knowledge that explains how universal nature is shaping the material world by pulling the future into the present time. Universis exposes the universality of collective co-existence that changes forever how people live and see the living universe.
Apr 20, 2014

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Universis - Patrick Cusick



Big Bangs and Universal Beings

The untold history of the universe with new knowledge that will change the world

1st edition 2013

Text by Patrick Cusick

eISBN 978-616-222-262-7

print ISBN 978-616-222-257-3

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The Universe is the whole of everything and the biggest picture of all time. Over the eons there have been many excellent educators who have contributed to humanity’s greater understanding of the universe - and how humanity fits in and relates to it - and there have been some outstanding luminaries during my time on Earth who have inspired generations of people to open the horizons of their understandings and go boldly towards what can be known.

My apologies go to those many friends with whom I am universally co-connected for which I am eternally grateful. Listing some without the others would be incomplete, but it would be remiss of me not to acknowledge three living icons who have made a big difference to how people know and see the world today.

Stephen Hawking, a brilliant physicist who made the universe scientifically a tasty treat for sensory beings. When in 1988 Hawking first published Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes science was the dour domain of mathematical equations and complicated formulas. His popular paperback writings - with their simple terminology - radically shifted people’s understanding of how the laws of the universe that existed at the time of the Big Bang brought into being an orderly cosmos. Hawking has always treaded the fine line between raw physical principles and imaginative cosmology, and his latest book The Grand Design goes close to the edge of reality by stating unequivocally that there are many universes, which all bubbled into existence from nothing.

Dr Jurgen Klein, innovator, natural wellness advocate and author of Unearthing Nature’s Secrets gave to the world a new paradigm for doing business by appealing to people’s minds and hearts with the co-connectivity of goodwill feelings rather than the rationale of money-orientation. His forward thinking frame of mind - and passion for quality living - moved the perception of his Jurlique brand of bio-dynamics products into becoming a popular wellness culture that transcended competitive values. As an alchemist thinker Dr Klein showed the way for the greater understanding that all material substance, including human beings with bodies and minds, can be transformed into something better.

Sir Roger Penrose, English physicist and philosopher, has written diligently and extensively on the connectivity between fundamental physics and human consciousness. He boldly asserts that the known laws of physics are inadequate to explain the phenomenon of consciousness. Penrose has gone to the leading edge of new physics to find the bridge between classical and quantum mechanics to show that the universe is deterministic without the algorithms of beginning and end, cause and effect. Penrose associates the human brain closely with the energetic waves of the sub-atomic quantum world, which he contends isn’t possible with artificial intelligence. His radical commentaries on incomplete computational theories have shown that human thought and imagination cannot be based on contemporary scientific principles.



Just 400 years ago, humanity finally agreed that the earth wasn’t flat and was, instead, the surface of a sphere rotating in space. Today it is common knowledge that Earth is a tiny blue rock planet in the far outer regions of the Milky Way galaxy orbiting around a star known as the Sun in a Solar System that is just one of many billions of known galaxies that form a stellar constellation. Furthermore, it is now understood that the universe houses trillions of constellations that make up the material world.

During the 19th century, when Europeans were spreading across the seven continents, Charles Darwin turned all accepted theories concerning creation and the first beginnings upside down. He declared, after successfully completing the first comprehensive study into natural formation, that every plant, insect, fish, bird and animal (including human beings) evolved from the first complex cells on Earth, over a period of billions of years and through a cumulative process called natural selection. Evolution smashed the problem of improbable first life by breaking up all living existence into small, accumulating pieces. The most important information coming from evolution is that the genesis for life on an Earth-like planet cannot be viewed as a single event, as to do so stretches the bounds of statistical improbability into the realms of impossibility. In terms of human understanding, the powerful insight gained from six billion years of accumulated history on a planet such as Earth can never be underestimated.

Modern cosmology, which studies the forces that bind together a material universe containing many trillions of stars and planets, backs up the evolutionary principle that explains how life exists on a planet without supernatural agents. Moreover, in recent years, the mechanics of quantum science has removed many of the former mysteries of creation by showing how sub-atomic particles came into existence to form the building blocks for solid matter. However, despite the widespread acceptance of evolution and, more recently, absolute proof that the physical universe began almost 14 billion years ago, the origins of life continues to confuse and baffle humanity. People are so preoccupied with their ‘human beingness’ that they can’t know, or experience, the stellar light that’s being beamed across the universe enlightening a plethora of multidimensional worlds.

Science speculates that the first beginnings of life on Earth was a chemical event. But in the absence of a chemical formula that caused life to begin, the search continues for evidence of the genetic molecule that science contends must have somehow mutated to put DNA and RNA into a complex cell. Evolution proceeds wonderfully well once life has originated, but it has nothing to offer in solving the problem of how life first got started.

It is now known that evolution and the origin of life are not the same. Evolution is an add-on accumulation phenomenon while the very first beginnings of complex living cells apparently happened spontaneously and, if not programmed with a seemingly grand design, were genetically equipped for natural selection and evolutionary ascent. What has been proved by science is that on Earth all complex life started in a eukaryotic cell aided by an energy source called mitochondria that got imbedded with complex cells.

While evolution has no explanation for the origin of life, science has come up with a remarkable simple solution. Anthropically, science puts the mystery of life into a convenient nutshell by asserting that because humans are thriving on Earth there has to be at least one planet in the universe that is environmentally friendly enough for complex life to occur. There is, of course, much more to life than anthropic rationalization, and the full answer comes from the laws inherent that determine the workings of the universal whole rather than the chaos of relativity, or singular determinisms. It isn’t satisfying for human intelligence to simply state that Earth-like planets just happen to exist with the right amount of sunlight and water. And far from finding an acceptable solution, the anthropic principle falls a long way short of answering the big question: What’s the primal cause that first got life started? In order to seek the answer to this big question, humans first have to leave the planet and look up to the stars.

Stars are the necessary prerequisite for all material existence and the chemical elements that occur naturally on planets. Without starlight and stardust there can be no life and, if the laws of the physical world were even slightly different, then the universe would never have been able to support the array of complex life forms that live on Earth today. Fortunately for inquiring minds there are some fundamental constants that explain how the universe continues to evolve extremely well on its own accord with trillions of planets being ideally positioned with supportive solar systems to enable life to occur organically, as is the way of universal nature.

Science has discovered that the material universe has five known forces including the most recent discovery - dark energy and dark matter. Collectively this unified force holds together the nucleus of every atom; keeps electrons spinning inside atomic structures; combines atoms into molecules; attracts planets to stars while simultaneously, due to an invisible dark energy, it expands the fabric of space and time. This co-connected force field solves the mystery of how the universe continues to expand while gravity is pulling together all the constellations, galaxies and solar systems.

But how does all this explain the seemingly improbable event of complex life occurring at least once on a planet in the universe? Surely chance is not the answer since, as evidence available in the form of living organisms dictates, chance is biologically irrelevant. Where, then, did the organic compounds come from? The answer, as is evident on planet Earth, is that life first occurred as complex cells under the influence of light photons from the stars, which carry and transmit the required genetic information for DNA to enable life to form. It is known that the first organic beginnings were part of the original cloud of stardust that was pulled together to create Earth 4.5 billion years ago. Planet Earth then survived many millions of years of turbulent early history before the climate became suitable for species to take form, adapt and evolve. It is also known that all plants on Earth store biolight from the Sun in order to activate photosynthesis, a process that involves 70 different chemical reactions. Nurtured by nature, green plants absorb and convert carbon dioxide into life sustaining-oxygen all over the planet. To claim that all this happens by chance stretches imagination into the realm of absurd improbability.

The supernatural phenomenon known as the origin of life can be traced back before Earth began, to the nature of how the universe was able to incrementally grow, evolve, and expand with a seemingly grand complexity. And the mystery of the life can be solved with the knowledge that the universe was alive and born as a cosmological event 13.7 billions ago, a reality that science inadequately refers to as the Big Bang.

Is there something else beyond the living universe? As there is no evidence of an unconditional singularity anywhere it is highly likely that there are other universes and even mother megaverses of infinite proportions. What can be known, and proven by human sensory perception in present time, is that every human being is part of the universe and the universe is alive within everyone.


For almost 14 billion years the universe has been evolving as a complex web of expanding cosmic order and planet Earth has come through some catastrophic periods of upheavals. Earth’s pathway to a sustaining biological interdependency from its organic carbon origin has been filled with drama, destruction and rebirth. And yet, despite all that has occurred within and around its Solar System neighbourhood, the little blue dot that is attached to a spiral arm in the outer limits of the Milky Way galaxy continues its universal triumph in the face of seemingly overwhelming and insurmountable forces of destruction.

The fact that such a fragile planet has successfully spawned and sustained complex life cells that have evolved into a multitude of species including human beings - with sufficient intelligence to comprehend the nature of existence - underpins the knowledge that there is something much more to universal nature than grand design or chaotic formation.

The history of the universe is the ultimate journey of cosmic evolution and transformation. But without first knowing how Earth and human beings got to the present time, the magnitude of a living, creative universe co-connected to everything else cannot be realized.

Flash back 4.5 billion years. The Solar System is a wild place of cosmic disorder, as Earth and the other planets sweep up the debris of their own planetary formations.

Now fast forward to the evolving Earth 65 million years ago. The surface of the planet is shaking as streams of fire arc across the sky and over the horizon. Dark ash clouds circle the planet and blot out the Sun. Then, for months, Earth becomes a dark place devoid of any visible life until sunlight finally breaks through to lay the foundation for complex life to spawn and flourish.

This isn’t a science fiction script or virtual reality. All this did happen in real time when a huge meteorite smashed head-on into Earth. This was one of hundreds of thousands of pieces of huge space debris that didn’t grow into moons or planets, but instead hurtled through space with the potential to release mass destruction on any planet blocking their way.

Thousands of big bangs events originating from outer space have been confirmed by the scientific analysis of Earth samples and fossils. The planet received large volumes of water when ice-laden meteors entered the Solar System and collided into the planets. On impact most of the meteor rock vaporized leaving behind a huge crater along with a vast amount of water that formed into oceans.

In terms of human history these impacts occurred a relatively long time ago, and scientists don’t know with any certainty what will happen when the next huge space rock slams into Earth. For sure there have been many massive impacts on the planet Earth and, for certain, many more are coming before the planet is burnt up during the Sun’s fiery demise after it runs out of hydrogen fuel in about 6.5 billion years.

What is known is that inside the Solar System, Earth’s local environment is strewn with exploding flying rocks left over from the planetary formations, and there is much evidence of Earth having frequent encounters with the roaming asteroids that formed about five billion years ago at the time when the planets taking shape in the Solar System began to mass around their parent star.

It is known that Earth

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