Biorelativity and the Butterfly Effect
Biorelativity and the Butterfly Effect Juliano and the Arcturians through David K. Miller
Greetings, I am Juliano. We are the Arcturians. There has been a great deal of discussion about catastrophic end time events on Earth. Yet there are numerous possibilities and techniques for providing intervention and strategies to divert and even change the outcomes of such events.
The butterfly effect, as it relates to modern quantum thinking and to a system of thought called the chaos theory, ties into a belief among some metaphysical people that the world is generally degrading into chaos. There are series of random events that occur, such as major storms and even hurricanes. Recently, there was a major hurricane on the East Coast of the United States and severe storms in the Midwest. According to the butterfly effect, seemingly unrelated events can still affect each other’s outcomes.
The term “butterfly” actually refers to the flying insect, the butterfly, also known in Spanish as mariposa or in German as schmetterling. This butterfly, according to this theory, by changing its direction randomly, can have an outcome on an event, such as a storm thousands of miles away. While it might appear that such a small event would have no effect whatsoever on such a large outcome, the theory proposed by Edward Norton Lorenz (a scientist and developer of chaos theory) states exactly such an effect is possible.