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Jan 26, 2002 06:00 AM

by dalval14

Many Thanks Leon: I shall now retire for a while and review and consider this. Many thanks for the thoughtful and suggestive answers. Valuable. Dallas =================================== -----Original Message----- From: leonmaurer@aol.com [mailto:leonmaurer@aol.com] Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 1:57 AM To: theos-talk@yahoogroups.com Subject: Re: Theos-World RE: Creating yet another duality. In a message dated 01/20/02 7:33:48 AM, dalval14@earthlink.net writes: >(LHM) It is essential that, in order to create a complete circular or >spherical entity starting with the emanation out of the primal >zero-point of the first ray of manifestation, the ray must complete its first >repetitive path in three cycles -- forming a figure 8 within a surrounding >circle -- which eventually spirally revolves into two inner spheres within >an outer sphere. These three elements (circles or spheres), as an >interconnected unity, constitute the root nature of all succeeding triune monads >consisting of differentiation's analogous to Atma, Buddhi, Manas. (e.g., > >Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva; > >Kether, Binah, Chokmah; > >Mulaprakriti, Purusha, Prakriti, etc.) > >============================== > >DTB This kind of Diagram is PLANAR. Have you tried to make >it 3-dimensional? LHM: The planar diagram described above (as a figure 8 inscribed in a circle) is simply the 2-dimensional symbolic representation of the first triple circle formation of the ray initially emanating from the primal zero-point center on only one axes of the subsequent triple axes spherical form that eventually evolves. Since the zero point spinergy also turns in all angular directions simultaneously, the ray, when manifest, as it repeats its repetitive triple cycle path (passing twice through the central zero-point of origin over and over again) will wind completely around each of the triple spheres in a spiraling pattern much like a thread winds over the surface of a ball of yarn. In other words, due to this triple axis polar spin (related to the 6 directions of 3 dimensional space) the initial ray winds itself around the outer spherical surface as well as the twin inner spherical surfaces by eternally repeating its three cycle vertical path while the central point also spins in its horizontal directions. The initial eternal angular motional energy, or spinergy, even though non-polar in itself (having zero dimensions) actually is spinning in several angular directions simultaneously. Thus, when this nonlinear spin throws off its linear ray upon initial manifestation and generates the triple cycle based form, the central zero-point's nonlinear, non polar spin directions resolve into spherical surface rotations on three polar axes at right angles to each other. Since the inner Buddhi-Manas spheres are enclosed within the outer Atma sphere (thus, coadunate with it) and their spherical surfaces are connected with their inside-outside and their outside-inside, much like the single surface of a two dimensional mobius strip or a 3 dimensional klien bottle -- to picture this winding of the ray around the triple spherical surfaces is extremely difficult. We might, however, visualize this continuous path 3-dimensionally, as being the surfaces of two transparent bubbles enclosed within an outer transparent bubble -- whose combined surfaces are connected to each other through their three zero points of contact -- where the rays cross over from one sphere to another on their endless spiral path. CUT

**References**:**Re: Theos-World RE: Creating yet another duality.***From:*leonmaurer@aol.com

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