One of my blog readers from India recently asked, “Who is Ernest L. Norman?” I thought I’d share an expanded version of my reply here, since he’s such an important figure in my life, my writing, and my future:
Author, Visionary, Multidimensional Cosmologist
Ernest L. Norman (born November 11, 1904; died in 1971) was an author and visionary scientist who described in his books an inter-dimensional (multi-dimensional) science of life that was far ahead of its time, in terms of accepted scientific knowledge during his lifetime. He wrote seventeen to twenty books (depending on how you count them), most of which are still available via online sources such as Amazon.com. The primary text of his science is The Infinite Concept of Cosmic Creation. The most popular place to start reading his work is The Voice of Venus.
Since his passing, many new scientific discoveries have validated his cosmological hypothesis of a universal energy that carries the intelligence of life from dimension to dimension, thus supporting and creating life on Earth and elsewhere continuously, regeneratively, in multi-dimensional forms.
My Most Important Teacher
Ernest Norman is my primary source of knowledge about the universe and the life I am living, my first and most important spiritual teacher. His premise of life and its purpose, which I have studied for 41 years, has never failed to prove itself out in my daily observations of energy, life, healing, nature, and society. My studies and research into the biofield anatomy, energy healing, past life awareness, energy psychology, and most recently, biofield tuning are all supported and underpinned by Ernest Norman’s cosmology.
His theories, among many other things, encompassed a more sophisticated view of reincarnation: how it works bio-energetically, the purpose of personal evolution through repeated incarnations, the science of consciousness that supports it, as well as how we can overcome its burdens personally and improve our future outcomes. He was the first to describe what we now term the human biofield, although he called it the “psychic anatomy,” and extended his description of its function into multiple dimensions and infinite existence.
In his books, he also takes up many of the “mysteries” or dilemmas we face in the modern world by explaining and unraveling the energy principles involved, based on this back-and-forth flow between dimensions, and the eternity of information storage and replay that this flow supplies. He favored a scientific explanation for everything, yet the scientists of the world during his lifetime did not recognize his work because he did not possess their credentials. He was a self-taught prodigy.
Quantum studies, and new concepts such as the Biofield Anatomy Hypothesis or Electric Universe theory, now validate and support many of Ernest Norman’s “interdimensional” energy concepts, although his work has yet to be fully explored. That will come in time, I hope. Every week I learn of some new, credentialed researcher or area of endeavor that has “discovered” what I began studying in his books forty-plus years ago.
So I still re-read them! They are “evergreen” in that sense. They contain much treasure yet to be discovered. For me, they work to instantly re-awaken my universal awareness and ring in a more expanded connection with Infinite Intelligence.
Though extremely private and humble, this great thinker attracted a small group of individuals who discovered his books during his lifetime. His wife, Ruth E. Norman, managed to self-publish them when that was an unknown thing to do, in the 1950s through 1980s. She also established a nonprofit educational foundation that gave students of his work a place to study during her lifetime (she died in 1993). Although I never met Ernest Norman personally (I didn’t stumble across his books until 1975), I became her student, and she served as my second most important spiritual teacher in this lifetime. I remained close to her until the time of her departure from Earth. At that time, others took over her spiritual school and have since turned it into something that no longer resembles the place I studied, so I remain an independent fan.
Many others have been fortunate to discover Ernest Norman’s unrecognized genius. His books are available from used booksellers online because a grateful, anonymous donor had them printed and distributed widely. If you Google him, you might also find various groups that have sprung up in his honor, each of them sharing some bits and pieces of his work online, and all of them interpreting it differently.
An Infinite Perspective
I think the best way to learn about his cosmology, and its great benefits when applied to personal well-being, is to read it in his own words and test it out in your daily observations. His universal concepts have certainly changed and improved my life dramatically, influencing my choices and my fortunes. I cannot recommend strongly enough to my blog readers that they investigate, not the groups that are attempting to interpret, but the actual works of this incredible author. Your own life could take off like the wind, as mine did.
As with Tesla and other pioneers, Ernest Norman’s name may not be recognized publicly for decades to come but you might zoom far ahead in the comprehension and smooth sailing of your own life, if you take a little time to consider his “infinite concepts” and experiment with them in your daily encounters with the craziness of this world. It’s not so crazy after all, when we put it under his microscope and expand our view to include our existence as multi-dimensional, eternal, intelligent Beings on a journey of self-development.