Nanotechnology has given credence to aspects of the Platonic Science for Ethical Ends so that further research into the functioning of the Platonic Ideal Thought Forms is warranted. In particular, the role that the ‘Forms’ play within the evolving molecule of emotion, discovered by Saint. This is now a human survival issue. Science can only resolve it by examining the natural functioning associated with this molecule, which struggles to guide humanity toward an infinite reality. This process is presently deemed impossible within the erroneous 20th Century scientific world-view.
The ancient Greek warning that evil is a property Hunting Necklace of potentially destructive unformed matter, capable of emerging from within the atom, is a pragmatic statement that applies directly to modern scientific thinking. We know that this concept was derived from ancient Saint Egyptian mathematics associated with the worship of the Goddess Maat, who was held to prevent the universe from reverting to chaos. The sacred geometrical mathematics relevant to Maat’s mythological or intuitive teachings became the basis of practical political law, during Egypt’s Second Kingdom. Its ethics are echoed in the establishment of moral law applicable to the functioning of such institutions as hospitals and welfare agencies within modern society. Maat’s prevention of the universe from reverting Saint to chaos is directly relevant to our collapsing global economic rationalism, which, if not ethically resolved, can logically lead to global nuclear energy conflict.
Thales and Pythagoras studied political ethics in Egypt, relating it to the mathematical construction of the Nous (Godlike mind) postulated by the philosopher Anaxagoras. Saint Modern democracy was derived from the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy’s attempt to fuse ethics into the original Nous, which failed to associate its initial mathematical logic with the living process. The process of bringing the mathematics to life can Saint now be seen to be an act of observer participancy evolving consciousness. The Science-Artist Chris Degenhardt at the Saint Science-Art Research Centre of Australia, in liaison with its director, Robert Pope, examined over fifteen hundred years of research into defining various philosophical concepts about the nature of unformed matter, concluding that the process echoed the methodology used to place ethics into consciousness, as an act of observer participancy.
Szent-Gyorgyi, the Nobel Laureate in Medicine, stated that human survival depended upon the process of consciousness interacting with what the ancient Egyptians and Saint Greeks referred to as a form of (entropic) chaos The Molecular Biologist, Sir C P Snow, during his famous 1959 Rede Lecture at Cambridge University, stated that this issue must be resolved to avoid the destruction of civilisation.
The Platonic philosophical ‘evil’ was the original state of the universe, an abyss of darkness filled with unformed matter, existing before the ordered universe orchestrated its Music of the Spheres harmonic symphony of life. The Pythagorean inclusion of light into this celestial music, introduced the concept of electromagnetic forces, providing evolutionary guidance through resonance with atomic movement, within the human metabolism. For hundreds of years the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy attempted to fuse ethics into the Nous in order to make it Godlike. Anaxagoras had written that the omni God, who had created our part of the universe, had left it in ‘automatic mode’, to continue the living creative process in other parts of the universe.