Synopsis of THE SPIRIT: THAT STRANGER INSIDE US by PG, Sr.
In his Preface, Jean Emile Charon calls himself a physicist-theorist in search of a universal law that would unite and explain everything in the universe. If such a law exists, he goes on to say, then it should be valid and verifiable at all dimensional levels, because it analyses the smallest to the largestfrom elementary particles to the entire cosmos.
During his research on so-called inert matter, Charon recalls always being on the lookout for the first traces of psychic phenomenaever watchful for the Spirit hiding behind the Matter. His search paid off.
In a very deliberate, step by step approach, Charon builds his case for the inclusion of a space-time of Spirit co-existing with that of raw matter in the structure and properties of elementary particlesin particular, the electron, which he identifies as the carrier of Spirit.
He believes that, at least in principle, we should be able to have a scientific knowledge of Spirit, be able to describe it in scientific terms, and if necessary, be free to alter scientific language itself. He goes on to explain that this work is written for the non-scientist reader: it would be out of the question to write this book in the language of Physics. The field in which I work contains extremely difficult mathematical formalisms which would be a stretch for most of my readerseven those with scientific backgrounds.
And so, in this work, Ill be expressing my thoughts in a language scientists sometimes pejoratively call oversimplification. Rest assured that I will take great pains not to distort the spirit (if not the form) of conclusions as expressed in purely scientific language.
Charon then sums up his reason for publishing the results of his work: This book is intended for all of us who reflect on the mystery of our bodies and our consciousness, on the rapport of Spirit with Matter, and the scale of the whole Universe. I profoundly believe that we humans are desperately searching for a perspective that enhances our position in the immensity of the cosmos, by simply putting into harmony what we know with what we feel.