What is the noosphere?

What is the noosphere?

The Noosphere is the sphere of thought enveloping the Earth. The word comes from the Greek noos (mind) and sphaira (sphere). The Noosphere is the third stage of Earth’s development, after the geosphere (think rocks, water, and air) and the biosphere (all the living things).

What is the biosphere-noosphere transition?

As the Earth’s “mental sheathe,” the noosphere represents the breakthrough to a new consciousness, a new time and a new reality arising from the biospheric crisis. This is known as the biosphere-noosphere transition.

How did the noosphere come into manifestation?

By technologically radiating out over the planet the homo sapiens has inadvertently brought the noosphere into manifestation, or rather, has spread it out as an unconscious twilight mental zone covering the entire world.

What is the evolutionary significance of the noosphere?

Within the noosphere exists the evolutionary control panels, known as the psi bank, the storage and retrieval system for all the mental programs. As the next stage of evolution of the terrestrial biosphere, the noosphere signifies the advent of a qualitative/dimensional shift – the passage from one state to another.

The noosphere (alternate spelling noösphere) is a philosophical concept developed and popularized by the Russian and Ukrainian biogeochemist Vladimir Vernadsky, and the French philosopher and Jesuit priest Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Vernadsky defined the noosphere as the new state of the biosphere and described as the planetary “sphere of reason”.

What is Teilhard’s noosphere?

One of the key concepts of Teilhard de Chardin’s philosophy is the noosphere, which Teilhard believes is the next phase of human evolution. Today is the first of a three part series discussing the noosphere:

What is the noosphere spiritual ecological World Assembly?

The other effort is known as the Noosphere Spiritual Ecological World Assembly (, which has already begun a process of setting up the standards “whereby mankind become a single totality in the life of the Earth.”

What is the difference between Vernadsky and Reiser’s description of the noosphere?

While Vernadsky and Teilhard de Chardin are quite vague in an actual description of the noosphere, Reiser supplies a great amount of scientific detail, integrating the evolving components of science into a system of cosmoecology, inclusive of Carl Jung’s notion of synchronicity.