Putting God Into Einstein’s Equations: Energy of the Soul is the direct outcome of an unusual and unique collaboration by soul mates Marcia and Jerry Pollock spanning the spiritual and physical worlds. Marcia is deceased, and her contributions come from the powerful intelligent energy of her Divine soul, which is without her physical body in the spirit world. Jerry is alive with his Divine soul, which is constrained within his physical body on planet Earth. Communicating through thought-energy telepathy, the authors have written this exquisitely, simply explained book in their humble attempt of gratitude to bring new knowledge to the understanding of God’s Essence and our world.
Putting God Into Einstein’s Equations: Energy of the Soul is a provocative book that will stay with you long after you finish reading it. Have you ever wondered about how a psychic contacts a spirit or where God comes from? The book answers questions about God, the big bang, Einstein’s Relativity Equations and how they fit in with God’s energy, soul mates and love, the spirit world of souls, past lives, telepathic thought-energy communication, eliminating negative body-soul energy, intelligence of the soul, acquiring spirituality, miracles, resurrection and reincarnation, the Devil, good and evil, and how we can live for the eternity.
I started off with Weiss—Past lives, advanced to Newton—Spirit World, and finally Jerry Pollock has gone where no one else has dared to travel, as he has explored past lives and the spirit world thru direct telepathic communication. One must keep an open mind as Jerry is brutally honest about his life which to me makes him real and honest as he speaks to the reader. Having read books by Weiss and Newton, I have progressed in my thinking whereby I am totally open to what Jerry has written. Take the next step and keep an open mind and you will be exposed to new concepts and ideas.
Bruce, Amazon review: Taking the Next Step, April 30, 2012
Jerry Pollock has an unusual background for one so deeply involved in metaphysical, paranormal and Jewish messianic teachings. He earned a PhD in biophysics, and is professor emeritus at Stony Brook University. But he is also the author of Divinely Inspired: Spiritual Awakening of a Soul; Messiah Interviews: Belonging to God; and Gog and Magog: The Devil’s Descendants; a memoir and two biblically inspired novels, respectively. Pollock writes well and in Putting God Into Einstein’s Equations: Energy of the Soul, coauthored by his wife Marcia’s soul in the spirit world, the book’s premises are so extraordinary. So much so that one has to set aside judgment and take a deep breath before reading on, possibly separating the useful and meaningful from the bizarre and untenable. Putting God Into Einstein’s Equations is also a stunningly complex extrapolation of Albert Einstein’s theories and spiritual musing, and lovers of Einstein’s mystical side would find this an excellent read.
Patty Sutherland, ForeWord Clarion Reviews
A deep love story, understanding quantum physics, insights into Einstein and the meaning of life are what author, Jerry Pollock accomplished with Putting God into Einstein’s Equations. From the first page to the last the author conveys the deep love he had for his deceased wife, Marcia. Taking the reader on a journey that clearly shows there is no space in time when it comes to love, Jerry shares intimate details that show absolutely why their paths crossed in this lifetime. A deep and intriguing read, this book is perfect for those who refuse to take life at face value. If you ever thought that you would find your soul mate, this book will convince you it is absolutely possible. Thumbs up to the author.
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I found this book of spiritual investigation and growth intriguing, fascinating and provocative. The collaboration between these soul mates is evidence that true love never dies.Marcia Pollock contributed knowledge of the spirit world and Jerry Pollock wrote about his knowledge of the physical world. The Pollocks used Albert Einstein’s equations of relativity to explore and reflect the energy of our God-given souls.
I know very little about the theories of Albert Einstein. I did find the thoughts expressed in this book very interesting. Mr. and Mrs. Pollock used examples from research and their own experiences to illustrate and explain their beliefs.
This is one of my favorite passages from the book. It reminds us that spiritual growth takes time and effort: “In the course of life, humans seem to easily be able to darken their Divine souls. It is much easier to blacken your soul than it is to brighten it. Climbing the spiritual ladder takes time and energy. Living in the material world is impulsive.”
This book might not be for everyone, but I recommend it for all who are serious about spiritual growth and development. This book will give you insight and guidance as you climb the spiritual ladder.
Janette Fuller, Books, Inspiration and Life Blog