Re: Theos-World Re: Point of view- THIS is a Classic example
Nov 22, 2000 10:06 AM
by Eugene Carpenter
I'm thinking that:
zero; plus one plus a minus one; and the imaginary i are all the same
expressions except zero and +1-1 are non-dimensional and i is dimensional
cause the oscillation defines a space or wave volume. This seems very
significant to me. Let's keep in mind that space and time may very well be
modes of perception and it might be an illusion to think of them otherwise.
I understand that physicists are thinking that space and time might be
illusions and all there is is the electromagnetic field.
I would think that absolute light just requires the absense of anything that
would cast a shadow and would be like a consciousness that is so full that
all problems have been resolved and understood with total clarity and it's
time to just rest assured.
Absolute light to us all,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sherab Dorje" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 9:08 AM
Subject: Theos-World Re: Point of view- THIS is a Classic example
> A rubber room will only hold your "I", nothing more.
> Wasn't it in the SD that HPB described a definition of absolute light
> as the total absence of shadow, a condition in which no photons,
> posigoogles or otherwise could be present? It works for me.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Eugene Carpenter" <Ecarpent@c...>
> > If in the past "i" was a cosmic electron and in the future "i" will
> be a
> > cosmic positron. Right now "i" must be the presence, the cosmic
> > identical to all other cosmic photons and at timespace zero.
> > Gene
> > They are going to come get us and put us in the rubber room. You
> know that
> > don't you?
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