Science without Spirituality is dead and soulless. Spirituality without Science is fantasy and ungrounded. In the series of lectures below, recorded in the Dutch town of Oosterbeek on December 28, 2011, all-round scientist Johan Oldenkamp presents the scientific explanation of The Creation, as this is also described in the first chapter of the Book of Genesis. This was the first Wholly Science explanation of The Creation ever given.
In total, this series includes 6 short lectures:
- The 7 Days of the Week
- The 7 Days of Creation
- The Numbers of Creation
- The Geometry of Creation
- The Music of Creation
- The Gods of Creation
1. The 7 Days of the Week
Our week has seven days. Each day has a name. However, where do these seven names come from? This lecture shows that these names refer to heavenly bodies. It also explains the ordering of these planets in the days of the week.
2. The 7 Days of Creation
The first chapter of the book of Genesis describes the seven Days of Creation. This lecture shows that this description in the Book of Genesis is a correct scientific description of the Process of Creation. To do so, this lecture reveals the real meaning of the exact words used in this first chapter.
3. The Numbers of Creation
In the Geometry of Creation, we find the principles of Wholly Geometry, also known as Holy Geometry or Sacred Geometry. On each next level of Creation, we find the next geometry of wholeness. The numbers of circles in the outer ‘membrane’ of each following geometrical shape show the rhythm of creation. This rhythm is as follows: 1, 2, 3, 6, 12, 24, and 48. This lecture is about this numerical rhythm of creation. The next lecture shows the corresponding numbers of circles in the outer ‘membrane’ of each following geometrical shape of creation.
4. The Geometry of Creation
This lecture shows how the Geometry of Creation corresponds to the Numbers of Creation.
5. The Music of Creation
Perhaps the most Wholly symbol is the symbol of the Octave of Creation, also known as the Enneagram. This lectures explains the scientific meaning of this ancient symbol.
6. The Gods of Creation
At the top of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of Do meaning Dominus. That is the Lord God Almighty, the God of Wholeness, of Oneness, of Unity. At the level directly below the top of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of Si meaning Sidera. That is Tao, the God of Duality of Polarity. At the next level from the top of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of La meaning Lactea or Milky (Way). That is Hunab K’u, the God of the Trinity. At the next level from the top of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of Sol meaning the sun. That is Father Helios, the God of the Hexad. At the next level from the top of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of Fa meaning Fata or fate. That is Jupiter, also known as Zeus, the God of the Dozen. At the next level from the top of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of Mi meaning microcosm. That is Mother Terra, also known as Gaia, the Goddess of the 24. At the bottom level of the Ray of Creation, we find the God of Re meaning Regina or Regent. That is moon Luna, the Goddess of the 48. This short lecture briefly presents each of these seven Gods of Creation.
Thirteen days later, on January 10, 2012, in the Dutch town of Hengelo, in the province of Overijssel, Johan Oldenkamp, gave nearly the same presentation, this time for a large audience: