Scientific analysis of Divine particles

Summary

  1. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Environmental Assessment Division: The Divine particles do not contain any metals.
  2. Bhabha Atomic Energy Research Centre (BARC), Product Development Division: The Divine particles do not contain any metals.
  3. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Centre, Kolkata, Department of Physical sciences: These Divine particles are hexagonal but they are not crystalline. They are not derived from one or many of the known metals.
  4. Indian Institution of Technology, Mumbai: These Divine particles are made up of Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen.

To understand about the appearance of Divine particles, please read our article Divine particles – spontanenous materialisation and its analysis.

1. Introduction – description of the colour and shape of the Divine particles

1.1 Divine particles in the form of loose particles

Colour: Most Divine particles found by seekers were silver and golden coloured. To a lesser extent seekers also found brown, red, pink, blue, peacock green, green, orange and indigo coloured Divine particles. A few seekers also found Divine particles that were golden coloured on one side and brown coloured on the other side. Some seekers found Divine particle that were crystalline. A special feature of these Divine particles was that when seen from different angles they display different colours.

Size:  Their size is generally 0.5 mm.

1.2 Divine particles that appear like thin layer

Colour: Seekers found Divine particles of a golden colour that appeared as a thin layer on the picture of His Holiness Dr. Athavale’s Guru, His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj, and on a spiritual daily newspaper. Silver Divine particles are also seen on the skin of H.H. Dr. Athavale in the form of a thin layer.

Shape: Sometimes individual Divine particles get attached to each other and form a crust-like layer. In these cases the individual Divine particles are very tiny compared to the loose Divine particles. These Divine particles are the size of the point of a needle, or approximately 0.1 mm.

1.3 Wire-like Divine particles

Colour: So far only H. H. Lola Vezilić from Europe has found wire-like Divine particles. They were golden, silver, pink and peacock-green coloured.

Shape: These wires were of the diameter of a stitching thread. They were approximately 10 to 15 cm long.

2. Conclusions drawn from the scientific analysis of the Divine particles

In order to comprehend the exact nature of Divine particles tests were carried out on Divine particles at ‘Bhabha Atomic Research Centre’ (BARC) Mumbai, in the ‘Department of Physical Sciences’ of ‘Indian Institute of Education and Research, Kolkata’, and ‘Indian Institute of Technology’ (IIT) Mumbai. The conclusions drawn from above tests are given below.

2.1 Divine particles of all the colours are hexangular, but they are not crystalline.

2.2 Divine particles fall in the ‘Inorganic matter’ category and are non-metals

  1. Divine particles do not dissolve in Aqua regia (mixture of 1 part concentrated nitric and 3 parts concentrated hydrochloric acids). (Metals get dissolved in Aqua regia.) This means Divine particles do not contain any commonly found metal.
  2. In the ‘Elemental analysis’ conducted in BARC and IIT, it was found that Divine particles do not contain gold, silver or any other metals. Therefore, they are not classified as metals in the category of inorganic matter.
  3. There was no effect of concentrated nitric acid on Divine particles. (All organic matter dissolves in concentrated nitric acid.) This proves Divine particles are not an organic matter.
  4. Divine particles were suspended in Aqua regia for 24 hours, and that solution of Aqua regia was sieved through filter paper. The residual particles on filter paper were heated on the ‘gas burner’ to a temperature of 700 to 800 degrees Celsius for 45 minutes. They lost the colour but retained the original gloss.
  5. Divine particles of all other colours, except golden ones, contain elements of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. Golden Divine particles contain only two elements, carbon and oxygen. Although all the Divine particles contain a maximum proportion of the carbon element, they do not contain an element of hydrogen. Therefore, Divine particles are not organic matter. They are classified as non-metals in the category of inorganic matter.

Analysis of Divine particles by BARC

Analysis of Divine particles

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2.3 Their chemical formulas according to the proportion of the principal constituents Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen

Chemical formula of Divine particles

  • Divine particles are a new entity: The above mentioned chemical formulas of the Divine particles confirm that they are not similar to any known particle. This confirms that they are something new.
  • Comparison of the proportion of the constituents of Divine particles with those of soil, atmosphere and human body: The proportion of Carbon in the Divine particles is 54% to 72%, that of Nitrogen is 0 to 20% and the proportion of Oxygen is 22% to 31%.
  • Comparison of soil and Divine particles: The main constituents of soil are Silica and Alumina. Soil also has oxides of other metals. The proportion of carbon in soil is less than 1%, whereas the proportion of Carbon in the Divine particles is greater than 50%. Likewise the proportion of Nitrogen in soil is negligible, whereas the proportion of Nitrogen in Divine particles is from 0 to 20%. This proves that these particles are not generated on earth and then shifted on to the bodies of H.H. Dr. Athavale, seekers or their belongings or into the environment.
  • Comparison of atmosphere and Divine particles: The atmosphere has 78% Nitrogen and 21% Oxygen, but the proportion of Carbon is negligible. However the proportion of Carbon in Divine particles is above 50%. This proves that the creation of the Divine particles naturally from the constituents of the atmosphere is impossible. It is possible only by resolve or as per the planning of God.
  • Comparison of human body and Divine particles: The human body basically has 65% Oxygen, 18% Carbon, 10% Hydrogen and 3% Nitrogen. The proportion of Hydrogen in the Divine particles is 0%. However, if a comparison of the constituents of soil, the atmosphere and the human body is made with those of the Divine particles, then it is seen that the constituents of the Divine particles are similar to the chemical constituents of the human body.

First of all these particles were seen on the body of H.H. Dr. Athavale. Later they were seen on the body of some Saints and seekers too. These particles are the manifestation of the congregation of the Divine consciousness (Chaitanya) that is emitted by the body of spiritually evolved individuals, meaning the manifestation of the congregation of organic energy on the skin.

Analysis of Divine particles by Indian Institute of Technology (Mumbai, India)

Golden Silver Coral Red Green

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3. The chemical constituents of sequins that are available on the market

Sequins are small pieces (approximately 1 mm2), capable of reflecting light. To make them, copolymer plastic, Aluminium foil, Titanium dioxide (TiO2), Iron oxide (FeO, Fe2O3), and paints with metallic, neon or some other elements that can reflect various colours are used.

Divine particles have none of the constituents of the sequins that are found on the market. Though sequins appear somewhat like the Divine particles, there is a difference in their shine. Divine particles are radiant and they have an aura around them.

4. A pendulum diagnosis of the Divine particles showed that they contain positive energy

5. Reactions of scientists

The topic of Divine particles was presented at the 17th conference of ‘Indian Aerobiological Society’ in Pune (India) on 18th December 2012. It was attended by 178 scientists. Below are some of their responses.

  • Dr. D. N. Patil, Professor Biology, B.J.S. College, Wagholi, Pune : ‘Your analysis about Divine particles will provide great contribution to the branch of science in Bharat.’

  • Ms. Deepa Krushnamurthi, Professor, M.A.C.S. College (Affiliated to M.I.T.), Pune : ‘I received an explanation about Spirituality in a scientific language. I would like to know more about ‘Divine particles.’

  • Dr. S. Debnath, Micro-biologist, Jorhat, Assam : ‘Research is essential on the subject of ‘Divine particles’. This subject arouses a lot of curiosity. Its research will definitely bring out positive results.’

  • Dr. A. H. Rajasab, Head of the Department of post-graduate education and research (Botany), Gulbarga, Karnataka : ‘Divine particles’ is a good subject. Let us conduct research on them.’

  • Dr. Sudam Jogdand, Department of Botany, Yashavantrao Mohite College, Pune: ‘As an effect of the Divine particles, enthusiasm is enhanced, and efficiency for the work also increases. I appeal to aerobiologists to conduct research on what is the source of these Divine particles, from where these are emitting, how these are transmitted, in what kinds these are found, and what are their effects.’

  • Prof. Anuradha Jape-Kulkarni, Professor, Yashavantrao Mohite College, Bhrati University, Pune:  ‘The subject of ‘Divine particles’ is Divine in itself. Only qualified individuals should conduct research on them, and it should be carried out with faith. I would like to undertake this research. I will study all the information provided by you regarding ‘Divine particles’.

  • Dr. Surekha Katkar, Head of Department of Botany, Institute of Science, Nagpur: ‘We will conduct research on the subject of ‘Divine particles’. This subject enhances curiosity. If Spirituality and science come together, it will emancipate the entire humanity.’

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