For Immediate Release: November 10, 2005
Contact: Judy King
Something New for Science and Egyptology: The Isis Thesis
Ancient Egyptian Religious Texts Reveal an Amazing Science
Nobel Laureate Louis de Broglie once said that despite great advances, Science has never been able to lift the veil of Isis. That is, until now. The Isis Thesis is a scientific study grounded in biosemiotics, explaining Nature’s secrets that the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs understood. Put simply, Egyptian deities represent proteins and other molecules defining a pathway for horizontal gene transfer mediated by bacteriophage Lambda at human death.
Researcher Judy Kay King devised a unique methodology to break the scientific code in eight major religious texts, spanning 2000 years. After three years of demanding research that she recently presented at the University of Cambridge (UK) Third International Humanities Conference, King discusses her surprising discoveries in an interview with ThothWeb.com.
How did one scholar decode the complicated texts? Three strategies, according to King: isolation, science research and her graduate education rooted in the study of signs and the origin of the work of art. King said the afterlife texts mirror modern science’s best knowledge in bacterial genetics, quantum physics, and molecular biology, including current research in astrophysics related to String Theory and Black Hole Theory.
For the interview, see: http://www.thothweb.com/content-288.html
For more information at the author’s website, see: www.isisthesis.com
Judy K. King, M.A.
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