Re: Theos-World ABC Chakra Field Model of Universal Origin confirmed
Jun 07, 2006 08:57 PM
Yes, it is a diversion.
Unfortunately, without considering consciousness as being intimately linked
to all matter fields, scientists still see the universe through the dark filter
of their materialist biases.
Consequently, their speculations can only come close but can never comprehend
the true reality... And realize that all life and intelligence, comes
directly out of the universal mind itself... That, with infinite patience, along with
occasional adjustments of the trim tabs through the guidance of its higher
conscious individualities (Dhyan Chohans), allows the involutional and
evolutionary processes to run their course, so as to ultimately achieve its replication
("as above, so below") in each of us. Who, individually, have to experience
and learn enough to return home, so to speak. While, along the way, adding
tiny bits to the universal mind's overall store of accumulated experiential
knowledge and wisdom.
In this model, all the other universes simply come and go at their own cyclic
rate of manifestation and collapse as this universe -- but on different
triune polar directions of the Absolute zero-point spinergy's infinite axes. Thus,
they are all separated from each other on different angular aspects of space,
Like our image in a mirror is separated from us. Or like the encoded image
in any part of a crystal hologram is separated from the encoded image in any
other part -- each detectable only by a coherent light ray at a particular
angle of projection.
Therefore, as I see it, the physicist's and cosmologist's "Dark matter" is
nothing more than the mirrored holographic image of the "Light matter" we
experience in our sidereal universe... Since it is, in its initial triune monadic
field of primal force, the initial manifestation of the opposite, negative or
repulsive force of gravity -- that, as HPB pointed out, must be a dual force
(of opposite spinergy according to ABC.)
This dark Monad, involves and evolves identically with its opposite Monad of
positive or "Light" energy. It's repulsive gravity, however, is the
impelling force that continues to accelerate our Light universe's expansion until all
phenomenal matter decays and ultimately returns to pure Spirit along with its
sleeping noumena in the Spinergy of the primal zero-point singularity. (In
pralaya, waiting to awaken again at the "Big Bang" beginning of the next
Thus, alll we can experience of this dark matter is its repulsive gravity --
since it's actual forms are invisible to us, due to their existence on another
angle in the "diamond heart" (uniomniform) crystal of primal space.
Possibly, this what the Egyptians spoke of as the underworld or "halls of Amenti."
And in theosophy, it's probably where fallen spirits or lost souls end up, or
where the "elementaries" live.
In a message dated 6/7/06 2:33:37 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> Hello Leon,
> Â Found this at Physorg and thought it might prove a little diversion for
> Â Regards
> Â Cass
> Â In modern times, physicists such as Alexander Vilenkin (Tufts University)
> have begun to suggest that our universe is only one of many. They envision an
> eternally expanding field of fundamental energy, effervescent with an i
> nfinity of universes. Each one has a Big Bang of its own, popping into existence
> wherever quantum fluctuations cool the fundamental field sufficiently. If
> there are an infinite number of universes, then it is certainly much less
> surprising that some would be habitable. Our particular combination of cosmological
> parameters, however, remains a highly improbable event in its own right.
> Â Â
> Â Over the past five years or so, scientists have finally converged on a
> model of the universe that explains (or at least permits) all of its
> characteristics. The new cosmological model has one very surprising feature, however,
> which is supported by several robust and unrelated observations. In addition to
> matter and radiation, it seems that the vacuum of space is filled with a
> mysterious â??dark energyâ?? that pushes the universe apart. While the dark energy
> helps us explain a great many things, it also resurrects an old problem once
> thought buriedâ??the idea that our universe is the product of a highly unlikely
> cosmic coincidence.
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