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“He laid the foundations of classical physics and is considered to be one of the greatest scientists of all time.

But Sir Isaac Newton was also deeply interested in the occult and applied a scientific approach to the study of scripture and Jewish mysticism.

Now Israel’s national library, which contains a vast trove of Newton’s esoteric writings, has digitised his occult collection and posted it online.”

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2101960/Revealed-esoteric-interests-Britains-greatest-scientist-Sir-Isaac-Newtons-occult-theological-writings-posted-online.html

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Comments on: "Sir Isaac Newton’s occult and theological writings posted online" (1)

  1. At the time when Newton told about “Gravity”, science was looking for an answer to all the questions about our universe, planets etc. that confronted them. And here it was: Gravity!!!
    The made a huge sack out of gravity and put everything in that sack they couldn’t explaine.
    If Newton would have known, what the scientist made out of “his” gravity, he would have picked up the apple, eaten and shut up!!!
    Yes- gravity exists- but not in the way scentists are explaining it. Ever read the letters between Newton and Bailey???
    Well, I don’t want to go further in to this subject. It cannot be explained in a few lines, and I certainly would not discuss it anyway.
    The only thing I want to ask the scientists is: When the comet Haley, which has an enormous gravity, wanders through our solar system, why doesn’t the gravity of that comet affects our gravity? Maybe because it is another sort of gravity :-)?

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