The knowledge of the boundaries of visible and invisible worlds in the light of
quantum cosmology is a contribution to an (im)possible unification of physical
fields, with regard to living organisms and human existence.
Specification of the problem: The present stagnation of further development
of physics and philosophy has been a stimulus for a complex attitude
concerning this subject matter.
The Vedas of India stylised in the well-known form already 6000 years ago
distinguish the visible world as a low-energy world and the invisible world as
a high-energy world. According to their present interpretation all stagnation
of science is caused by dealing with the problem from the centre, which
means without clearly defined beginning and end, and lack of a corresponding
level of philosophical background.
The Jerusalem Bible is of a newer date. The Old Testament was revised
from the records of the prophets by the Essenes in the period of 280–180 BC.
Its completeness is 85%, the missing 15% is of medium importance thus making
it more difficult to understand only for laypeople. The New Testament was
written down from the records of the Apostles in the period of 150–260 AD
and only 19% of complementary texts are missing. It represents the history of
belief in God concerning the invisible world which is difficult to comprehend
through human sensory perception abilities of the present superficial world.
Břetislav Kafka: “The whole space of the Universe is filled with cosmic space
energy – the so called protonace which records all spiritual manifestation, action
and thoughts, all deeds and progress of mankind in every field of study,
images of everything alive and dead in the form as everything happened in
reality” (Spiritual research and discoveries).
Francis de Sales: Pride trusts the self, humility trusts God.
Václav Havel: Truth and love will prevail over lies and hatred.

The creation of visible and invisible worlds
in the light of quantum cosmology, its
biosocial and spiritual aspects
The creation of visible and invisible worlds
in the light of quantum cosmology, its
biosocial and spiritual aspects