The mixing of ideas, brought about by the increase in the means of information and travel, brings together conceptions which, for centuries or millennia, were practically out of touch.
In the consciousness of each one, conflicts and hesitations now occur because of this promiscuity of ideas of the most distant and diverse origins. Sometimes, the result is happy: the subject seeks in each current of ideas what it has of better and even, it endeavors to make a synthesis by means of a bond which appeared to him by this confrontation, bringing thus a new element to the human thought.



The interjunction “OM” is part of all Hindu liturgies. Modern physic shows that it better expresses the universal law of polarity because the “O” is translated by a circle on the cathode ray oscilloscope (television screen which analyses the sounds); the “M” by a square.