Interview: Nassim Haramein

By Teena Clipston

(Above photo: Nassim Haramein in the Resonance Project lab working on plasma. Photo credit:


Physicist Nassim Haramein doesn’t always follow along with mainstream scientific concepts. That is what makes him a great pioneer in his field, and one of the reasons it is a tremendous pleasure to speak with him—opening the realm of thought to new ideas and new discoveries is what moves this world forward.

Nassim was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. He grew up in Eastern Canada with an instinctive devotion to the design of nature. He has studied physics, geometry, chemistry, biology, consciousness, archeology, and various world religions in his quest to find the truth of our existence.

He is known for his work with academic physicist Elizabeth Rausher; they collaborated and developed the Unified Field Theory, also known as the Haramein-Rauscher Metric. According to Nassim, this metric is a new solution to Einstein’s Field Equations.

Nassim has been delivering lectures and seminars on unification theory for over 20 years. In 2003, he founded The Resonance Project Foundation, and as its Director of Research, leads teams of physicists, electrical engineers, mathematicians, and other scientists to explore the frontier of unification principles and their implications.

Currently, Nassim is focused on his most recent developments in quantum gravity and their applications to technology, new energy research, applied resonance, life sciences, permaculture, and consciousness studies.

It gives me great pleasure to share this interview with you.

Teena: Welcome, Nassim, to the All One Era magazine. It is a great pleasure to have you here with us. Like many others, I am also on a quest to find the truth of our existence. And I am hoping some answers can be found within the realm of physics, mathematics, and geometry, and so it is amazing to have you with us. My first question to you is, are humans creating mathematics and geometry only to explain what is being observed? Or do you think mathematics and geometry exist without our observation?

Nassim: What is funAllOneEradamental to nature is relationships and relationships imply geometry. Therefore, geometry is fundamental. Mathematics is what humans do to understand relationships and geometry.

Teena: Mathematical and geometric relationships are known throughout nature. For example in the Fibonacci Sequence. This demonstrates our physical world operates through mathematical relationships. In the quest to find the truth of our existence, how can one consider a random theory of evolution has truth when nature itself, in essence, can be measured?

Nassim: This is a fundamental problem, not only in our current theories of evolution but as well in our physical theories of quantum theory and relativity, that both assume a random universe. In physics this leads to a very specific problem called the “fine tuning” problem; that is, the fact that the universe seemed to be extremely, finely tuned to produce exactly what we observe, including biological structures and evolution. Any slight modification of any of the fundamental constants in the universe, such as gravitational force or electromagnetic force strength, would’ve resulted in nothing coalescing into galaxies, stars, planets, etc. Furthermore, as I demonstrate in our latest paper with biophysicist William Brown and astrophysicist Dr. Amira Val Baker, entitled “The Unified Spacememory Network: from Cosmogenesis to Consciousness,” if one takes the probability in the random universe for some of the most simple molecular processes of ribosomal RNA molecule nucleotides to have come together to eventually make up life, one finds that the probabilities are 1 to 108896. For those that are not familiar with exponents, and to give you an idea of scale, our universe, which is extremely large, has an approximate radius of 1028 centimeters which are small units. So you can imagine that 108896 probabilities is an insanely large number and thus the concept that life may have emerged at random is fundamentally and mathematically flawed. However, if one considers relationships and a geometric approach as in the feedback function of a fractal structure, one finds that the emergence of organized matter and life becomes not only possible but probable.

Teena: Common forms of sacred geometry include the circle, cube, octahedron, star tetrahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron. One of the main forms of energy forces responsible for creating sacred geometry is frequency, which is made of vibration and oscillation (based on the scientific findings of Dr. Hans Jenny, for one). Would this mean the foundation of all mathematics comes from frequency? And if so where does frequency come from?

Nassim: The origin of mathematics is geometry and geometry emerged from relationships of oscillators. Relationships imply an exchange of information and an exchange of information implies oscillations or vibrations in the substrate of spacetime. In quantum field theory, it has been found that the structure of space that appears empty to us is actually oscillating at very high energy levels. This continuous oscillating field of information could be considered the mind of Universe. Some of the equations I’ve written show that this fundamental field of oscillations and information coalesce into local spinning functions, like little vortices, and makes up all of the atom’s mass and energy—our reality.

Teena: Very exciting. That is what I thought, and so I am on the right track here. Next question: you have spoken about space and how it is the key to what holds everything together, making us all one. Is there a mathematical equation that represents space? Can you explain how space works with matter?

Nassim: As I answer in the previous question, I have found an equation that utilizes this fundamental field of electromagnetic fluctuation (information field) and demonstrated that it is the source of mass, gravity, and confinement of the nucleons in an atom. These new findings have very deep implications in physics, but as well are telling us that we are continuously interacting with the rest of the universe through this field that connects us all.

Teena: Can you explain the Unified Field Theory in layman’s terms? How does this conflict with mainstream views?

Nassim: In layman’s terms, this Unified Field Theory defines the source of matter and mass/energy, which includes gravity, from one single field of information that connects all things. Remarkably, the result of these equations produces extremely accurate values for important fundamental constants such as, the mass of the proton (nuclei of an atom), the radius of the proton, the gravitational coupling constants, and the force that holds the atom together at the quantum level, therefore, unifying the large scale of the cosmological world with the small scale of the quantum world. This new theory does not conflict with the mainstream approach; it removes some of the unnecessary complexities that are present in the Standard Model, simplifying and unifying physics.

Teena: When we look at ancient history and architecture we can see they were very well aware of sacred geometry. Examples of this can be seen in pyramid structures around the world. What are your findings in relation to the pyramid and sacred geometry?

Nassim: When I constructed a Unified Field Theory, which took me some 30 years of research, I found in many instances that the conclusions I was arriving at in physics involved specific geometric structures that I could find in many ancient symbols from many different cultures from around the world. When I studied these cultures I found that they didn’t claim to have discovered or invented their knowledge or building methods, but that all this information was given to them by sun gods that came from the stars. I will let the reader come to their own conclusions as to where the information came from.

Teena: At some point this knowledge has seemed to be lost and / or perhaps kept secret by a select few. What do you think happened in the minds of people to forget this important relationship between humans and their wisdom?

Nassim: It seems from studying many different ancient civilizations that there was a large global cataclysm, recorded by cultures around the world, which destroyed most of the knowledge present prior to this event. The knowledge that was preserved became very precious and coveted as it has extremely significant applications to technology and power. In our present evolution, most of the groups that have access to the knowledge are either confused about the meaning of it and afraid to release it in fear of losing power; or, the information is withheld by certain organizations because humanity is deemed unready to access that level of technological advancement.

Teena: Tell us about the Resonance Project? Who can participate in the program? What kind of scientific background should one have?

Nassim: The Resonance Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to research and education in unifying physics. The Resonance Academy, therefore, has initiated an online course which allows people to study all of the findings that have been present as a result of my life studies. This is a comprehensive course of six modules that is accessible to all people of any age or background. Many young children have completed the course and some senior citizens have even made public talks of their experience after completing it. It’s an excellent way to have access to all the information and references and to be able to dig as deep as you want into this remarkable world view or to go light and just get some of the fundamental concepts. Whatever the case may be, everyone that has taken the course is experiencing life-changing results from their newly gained perspective.

Teena: It seems most of us are still searching for answers to our existence. Where do we go from here?

Nassim: The online Resonance Academy course is a great start. But generally I believe our existence is the result of the universe talking to itself at all scales and learning. Therefore, we are the structure of space extending itself as universal probes to discover our origin.

Teena: And one last question for our local readers. One of the most talked about attributes of the Summerhill Winery Pyramid in Kelowna is the idea you shared with Stephen of installing copper in the Pyramid. Can you tell us about that?

Nassim: I have done many technological developments in my laboratories over the past 15 years and built much smaller models of charging chambers and Faraday cages. They involved various layers of conductive and nonconductive materials that produce specific capacitive effects in the structure of spacetime to concentrate the energy within the chamber. The copper is a critical component of such layering, although, gold produces preferable results. When I proposed this to Stephen, of course, gold was cost prohibitive so copper, which still is very effective, was chosen. I am happy to hear that people are noticing it.

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 Teena Clipston, Editor-in-Chief, All One Era Magazine.