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PAWS TV is the online television show of the Pateo Academia for Wholly Science (abbreviated as PAWS), presented by Wholly Science founder Johan Oldenkamp. The second episode of PAWS TV exposes the biggest blooper of scientism, which is the belief that gravity keeps heavenly bodies in their orbits. (more…)
When and where were the world-famous writings of The Scripture written down, and in which language? The historical truth concerning these essential questions differs strongly from the generally accepted answers by all so-called “experts”. In this 45th episode of Pateo TV, Johan Oldenkamp, professor of theology at the Pateo Academia for Wholly Science (PAWS), exposes several clear cases of historical falsification by mainstream “scholars” via examining genuine evidence from the corresponding time periods and locations. In fact, both religion and scientism have teamed up in order to conceal the truth about the origin of The Scripture. (more…)
The ancient builders of the Giza pyramids honored their god Osiris by creating his image on the surface of our home planet. We nowadays refer to Osiris’ image in the night sky as the constellation of Orion. In the correct orientation of Osiris, the stars Saiph and Rigel are perfectly horizontal. Based on this perfect horizontal alignment of Saiph and Rigel, the three stars of Orion’s Belt, named Alnitak, Alnilam, and Mintaka, were correspondingly placed facing the Nile river, as shown in this 44th episode of Pateo TV by Johan Oldenkamp, professor of archaeology at the Pateo Academia for Wholly Science (PAWS). (more…)
On Saturday night March 5, 2016 (from about 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. Pacific Standard Time), Chris and Cheree Geo of Truth Frequency Radio (TFR) live interviewed Johan Oldenkamp, PhD, the founder of Wholly Science. Wholly Science is the reunification of sane Science and solid Spirituality. In this interview, Johan explained, among other things, scientism, several New Testament parables, the origin of the Islam, Black Goo, the true essence of the Spirit and the Soul, and the first five of the original Ten Commandments. (more…)
In 1945, in the Egyptian town of Nag Hammadi, just north of Luxor, a jar was found containing 13 leather-bound books, including in total 52 texts. The pages of these original books were made of papyrus, and the texts were written in Coptic. It turned out that these were Gnostic writings. Click here to read the English translation of these unaltered Nag Hammadi writings.
The Greek word gnosis literally means “knowledge” or “understanding”. Gnosticism shows that higher knowledge is the door to real freedom, just like Wholly Science does. However, in those days, any practitioner of Gnosticism did not refer to himself as a Gnostic, but as a Telestes, which literally means “one with a purpose”. People who know the truth of Gnosticism are “aimed” people, meaning: people with a long-term focus. They all have an overall goal in their life that comes from within. (more…)
Johann Wolfgang (von) Goethe (August 28, 1749 – March 22, 1832) was not only a poet, playwright, novelist, statesman, theatre director, critic, and artist, he was also a scientist. By repeating the light spectrum experiment of Isaac Newton (1642 – 1727), he discovered that the colors were not simply parts of white light. Although the results of Goethe’s experiment leave no room for ambiguity, scientism still clinged to Newton’s wrong conclusions. (more…)
Wholly Science shows that physics and metaphysics are two sides of the same coin. Where Johan H. Oldenkamp started from metaphysics and worked his way towards physics, the Australian researcher Kelvin C. Abraham followed the opposite approach. After eight years of intensive research, Kelvin was able to develop a geometric model of the physical reality at its most fundamental level. This model not only explains all known characteristics of all known subatomic particles, as well as all atomic elements, its also enables us to correct several mistakes of contemporary university physics in general and quantum mechanics in particular. Key to this model are the two-dimensional equilateral triangle and the three-dimensional tetrahedron. Kelvin therefore named it ‘Tetryonics’. (more…)
Far worse than the fake applications of scientism are the anti-natural applications of scientism. As explained below, these anti-natural applications include aerosol spraying, extremely-low-frequency radiation beams, geo-engineering, genetically modified organisms, wireless data transmissions, vaccinations, and other pharmaceutical drugs. In fact, these anti-natural applications are not only interrelated, they are also mutually reinforcing. (more…)
The two biggest hoaxes of the alleged application of cutting-edge science are first atomic weapons and second manned-moon landings. Weapons based on exploding atoms are an impossibility, and no manned space mission has ever been further away from our home planet’s surface then about 550 kilometers or about 350 miles. In fact, all alleged explosions of so-called nuclear weapons were staged, and the very same is true for all alleged trips to the moon Luna and back. (more…)
Wholly Science names the planet on whom we live Terra. Terra has her own main frequencies. When our individual main frequency resonates with one or more of these main frequencies of our Mother who art in the Earth, then we are in harmony with our habitat.
Scientism claims that these Global Resonant Frequencies, abbreviated as GRF, are a function of the alleged speed of light and the circumference of Terra. However, the problem with this claim is that the speed of light must be about five percent higher then its defined maximum, or otherwise the circumference of Terra must be about five percent smaller, in order to come up with the correct first global resonant frequency, which is 7.83 Hz. Although this calculation is off with just about five percent, it is off on the wrong side. All reasons given by scientism for this deviation only apply if the calculated ratio would have been greater then 7.83 Hz, instead of lower. (more…)