IT’S ALL LIGHT

“It is a really exciting book and the thesis makes a lot of sense to me. My knowledge of physics and mathematics is inadequate to analyze Gloria’s hypothesis but my intuition tells me that she may indeed be onto something worthwhile and historic in its implications. I feel honored to count such a brilliant woman amongst my friends.”

Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of Defence


REVIEW OF ‘IT’S ALL LIGHT’ BY THE HEALING TRUST ‘IN TOUCH’ MAGAZINE, FEBRUARY 2011

Gloria Prema in her book It’s All Light, The Morphic Resonance of Light: A Unified Theory’ is explaining through the use of science, religion and spiritual beliefs the concepts behind her theory of It’s All Light.

  • To put it in a nutshell it is all about Love, Light and everything that comes from light – sound, resonance, vibration, feelings. However, this is too much of a simplification and does not give us enough of a review on this book.
  • How to break down what this love concept is and how it is sourced seems to come from sound, resonance, harmony and in her explanation of this she goes back to The Big Bang, which was based on sound – the universal sound of OM – which is mentioned in most scriptures in one form or another.
  • It is no coincidence that the creator is based around the words AUM or OM and in Genesis it begins by saying “and in the beginning was the word, and the word was with God and the word was God”. The words AUM or OM in ancient scriptures is said to be the primal, eternal sound of creation. Gloria is saying ‘perhaps this is the word’ and spends a whole chapter giving us much information on how this could be so.
  • Much of the book talks us through many theories including Newton’s theories on gravity and Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and the photoelectric effect (to name but a few) … and not forgetting the subject of quantum physics; string theories, quarks, non-locality and the zero point field to name but a few more!.
  • Yes, it is quite a lot to think about and certainly if your interest does not lay in science and physics you might struggle.
  • However, as the book goes on, Gloria is also talking about the importance of the most basic building blocks of life, not only on a cellular level, but that of the humble earth worm and its importance in the balance of healthy soil. She also writes of the importance of balance and harmony per se in every walk of life, our attitude and the importance of being holistic in our approach to life.
  • The book finishes with a chapter on music and how essential it is for our soul and that it is no coincidence that the most known and loved songs are about love. Love Love Love…. Love is all there is ……. All we need is Love.
  • Provocative, thought-provoking and definitely worth reading.

Reviewed by Sue Gardner


REVIEW OF ‘IT’S ALL LIGHT’ BY NEXUS MAGAZINE, AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2010 ISSUE

In her insightful treatise, G. Prema attempts to explain the nature of the universe by focusing on one assumption: that lightwaves exist in harmonic multiples of the speed of light. Her theory is based on fractal geometry and includes the idea that morphic resonance fields are fractal because harmonic sound is fractal – the same form but different sizes fitting together , like Russian dolls. Thus, the speed of lightwaves themselves is fractal or harmonic, expressed as harmonic octaves just as with musical frequencies.

Prema hypothesises that matter is created as a result of spiralling lightwaves becoming particles due to the effect of resonance or sound, and that lightwaves have consciousness. Anyone who beholds cymatic diagrams of sounds represented in sand can understand that sound creates form or shape. Prema examines this phenomenon and adds to the body of knowledge of morphic resonance as a template for physical form. The spin factor provided by spiralling lightwaves brings tiny vortexes into being, she argues.

Only two forces are needed to explain the universe: harmonic light and resonance. Prema believes that her theory unifies gravity, electro-magnetism and the strong and weak nuclear forces, and can explain so-called dark matter. She also considers spiralling lightwaves existing beyond the speed of physical light, and sound as “slow light”.

Prema’s theory on the morphic resonance of light has the potential to revolutionise our understanding of physics, chemistry and biology. Her book is accessible for the lay reader and may well blow a few minds.