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Popular physicist speaks locally this weekend

Mark Comings, internationally known physicist, mathematician and mystic who has been called “perhaps the world’s first post-quantum physicist,” talks about space, time, light, energy, and consciousness at St. Joseph’s, 410 South Church St., Grass Valley, on Friday and Saturday, and at the Grass Valley Friends, 13075 Woolman Lane, Nevada City, on Sunday.

Comings focuses on the new science of time, the relationship between consciousness and matter energy, and the re-visioning of space. He has been a research associate with the International Space Science Organization in San Francisco. Currently, he is involved in world community building, the deepening of the individual and collective decision-making process, spiritual education, and the union of science and spirituality.

Suggested donation at the door is $10 to $20; students, $5 to $10. No one turned away for lack of funds.



The schedule is as follows:

At St. Joseph’s Cultural Center, 410 S. Church Street, Grass Valley Friday, 7:30 p.m., “The Courage to Change From Fear and Lack to Love and Abundance.”




Saturday, 9 a.m., “Individual & Collective Decision Making in an Abundant, Loving, Compassionate Universe.”

Saturday, 2 p.m. “How Do We Make the Change?” Panel discussion and group workshop. At Grass Valley Friends (Quaker) Meeting, 13075 Woolman Lane, Nevada City

Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Friends (Quaker) Meeting for Worship, followed by a light potluck.

Sunday, noon. “The Meaning of the Light Within from a Physicist, Mystic Perspective.”

For information and directions to the events, contact 477-1277 or 272-4725, e-mail gfs@oro.net or visit http://www.saintjosephsculturalcenter.org


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