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Quantum Cohesiveness

Quantum Cohesiveness Juliano and the Arcturians through David K. Miller

Greetings, I am Juliano, and we are the Arcturians. In this lecture, we want to talk about a complicated but important concept in modern physics called "quantum entanglement." We have referred to this concept in an earlier lecture, but in this lecture we want to expand it and demonstrate and show how it is an important aspect in planetary healing work, Biorelativity, and in your ascension. I would also like to offer you a softer terminology that will perhaps be more readily acceptable to you. Instead of calling it "quantum entanglement," I would like to refer to it as "quantum cohesiveness." As I begin to define this terminology, you will see why.

All Subatomic Particles Affect One Another

Originally, the idea of entanglement implied that one subatomic particle is affected by another particle. This effect occurs no matter how close or how far away the particles are from one another and whether or not they touch each other. What is important to grasp is that, in this theory of entanglement, a particle could theoretically even be light-years away and still affect a basic particle on Earth.

Why is this important? Because this means that if there is an energy flow or energy process occurring in the Central Sun, then that energy and that process can and does affect you on Earth. It is estimated that Earth and your solar system are approximately 36,000 light-years from the Central Sun and the center of the galaxy. Yet even this extraordinary distance means nothing when we are speaking of quantum energy and quantum entanglement.