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SSRF | Chemical analysis of divine particles indicates their supernatural origin

Divine particles found in places of spiritual purity have unusual chemical properties, finds a recent study conducted by the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF).

MELBOURNE / NEW JERSEY (17 April 2013) – Renowned research institutes and laboratories in India have confirmed some unusual chemical properties of a number of divine particles analysed as part of SSRF’s on-going research into spiritual phenomena. The divine particles were collected in several spiritually pure environments, in the vicinity of spiritually evolved individuals and in places where spiritual practice through devotion and service is performed.

The research started after the first appearance of the divine particles in March last year. They were found in the pores of the skin of Dr. Jayant Athavale, a Saint residing in Goa, India. Soon after that, similar divine particles were detected in many other places in India and around the world.

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Times of India | 'Divine particle' makes researchers curious

Swati Shinde Gole, TNN Dec 16, 2012, 01.13AM IST

PUNE: Spiritual expert Anjali Gadgil generated immense curiosity among a gathering of 150-odd researchers and scientists on Friday as she talked about the discovery of a new crop of particles, termed 'divine particles'. Gadgil presented her paper at the 17th national conference of the Indian Aerobiological Society, underway in the city.

Gadgil, who analysed the nature of the newly-discovered particles from the laboratories of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, said the particles are 'inorganic matter' containing carbon and oxygen, and do not resemble any existing particles. The particles are claimed to be golden in colour and were first discovered in July this year.

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