Sunday, February 4, 2018

"Om the Cosmic Vibration"

 The Om (or Aum) is said to be the “sound” of cosmic creation that occurs throughout the universe.  It is described in Hindu and Buddhist teachings and texts and many claim to hear it during meditation.  In the context of the ancient physics of subquantum kinetics, it may be interpreted as the constant fluctuation of the ether substrates that extend throughout the universe and underlie our physical wave-like existence.  This vibrating ether may be be compared to a choppy sea, or to the white noise snow many have seen on an untuned analog TV set.  Subquantum kinetics predicts the existence of such a cosmic vibration as a collective of minute energy impulses, each of which is a momentary localized ether concentration pulse (or energy pulse) imparted when an etheron changes from one state to another either through a transmutation or reaction process.  There may be an infinite number of such ether states in this possibly endless journey through ether states deployed through the higher dimension of space, but we have no way of knowing for sure.  We can only hypothesize with some certainty that our universe exists at a particular juncture in this river of transformation, a flux that extends both “above” and “below” our physical plane.

This etheron transformation is a Markov chain process, one in which death from one state occurs in conjunction with birth into a new state.  Shiva Nataraja, the Cosmic Dancer from Hindu mysticism shown above, symbolically illustrates this Markovian process.  His left hand holds the flame of cosmic dissolution which represents the departure of etherons as they disappear from their former etheric state to transmute into the next.  His upper right hand, his hand of creation, holds a drum which he continually shakes creating the sound of cosmic creation, the Om sound.  This represents the vibratory pulses of the etherons popping into their new etheron states throughout the universe.  Shiva’s dancing body is configured in the shape of the ancient sanskrit Om symbol.  Together, these processes of etheron dissolution and creation which Shiva denotes signifies the ever-present cosmic flux that sustains our physical universe in its present state of existence.

The Om may also be identified with the continual omnipresent stochastic energy fluctuation process that physicists call the zero-point energy continuum.  Although the standard physics concept of quantum zero-point fluctuation differs in some respects in comparison to the subquantum fluctuation concept of subquantum kinetics, both theories predict the existence of a zero-point energy continuum.

There is no known experiment that can directly observe these zero point fluctuations since subquantum kinetics predicts that they take place below the quantum level and standard physics predicts that they last a length of time too short for measurement.  Their presence, however, has indirectly been observed through detection of the Casimir effect, a force theorized to be exerted on two closely spaced parallel plates, due to environmental zero-point fluctuation pressure attempting to pushing them together.

Subquantum kinetics predicts that these subquantum ZPE ether fluctuations spawn the spontaneous materialization of subatomic particles.  Every subatomic particle that comes into being throughout the universe is predicted to be nucleated by a rare mega-fluctuation, or “critical fluctuation”, that emerges from time to time in this zero-point energy ether fluctuation process. In fact, in computer simulations of Model G, it is necessary to introduce such a seed fluctuation in order to nucleate a dissipative soliton (subatomic particle).  In overview, we see that the continuous process of physical creation is ultimately spawned by the same vibratory process that produces the sound of the Om.

A more complete explanation of the symbolism of Shiva and of the etheric significance of the Om sound may be found in Genesis of the Cosmos.


TSE said...

The tragedy of the 3 religions which have produced the greatest strife and conflict in human history - is that they are FAKES - invented by the Roman Authorities to maintain control over the crumbling Empires they inherited.

The Flavian Deception:

In Caesar’s Messiah, Joseph Atwill showed that the Flavian Caesars, Vespasian and Titus, invented Christianity, more or less in the form we know it today. Remarkably, the emperors left behind a veiled confession (or boast) of their work, embedded in the Gospels and the works of Josephus. The religion was invented as wartime propaganda, primarily targeted at Hellenistic Jews of the Diaspora, and also at the Gentiles (who were being approached by Jewish evangelists.) This covert act of psychological warfare was successful beyond the Romans’ wildest dreams: even today, the dominant view is that Christianity arose in humble circumstances, and grew to massive proportions while being driven by a variety of philosophical and religious trends, if not by God himself. However, as Atwill pointed out:

… as Christianity describes its origins, it was not only supernatural but also historically illogical. Christianity, a movement that encouraged pacifism and obedience to Rome, claims to have emerged from a nation engaged in a century-long struggle with Rome. An analogy to Christianity’s purported origins might be a cult established by Polish Jews during World War II that set up its headquarters in Berlin and encouraged its members to pay taxes to the Third Reich (29).

TSE said...

Judiasm is also a relatively recent newcomer to the Ancient World of Polytheism -

Abaye and Rava

The best known of all Amoraim lived in the middle of the Fourth Century. Because Abaye’s father died before he was born, and his mother died giving birth to him, Abaye was raised by Rabbah, the leading Torah sage of the time. Interestingly, the Talmud considers Abaye fortunate for not having parents, because the mitzvah of honoring parents is extremely difficult to fulfill properly. As for Rava, his power of concentration was legendary: the Talmud relates that while studying he sat on his fingers, causing them to bleed profusely, but he did not realize it. Their disputes are found throughout the entire Talmud, to such an extent that the Talmud is often called "the discussions of Abaye and Rava." Halacha follows Rava in all but six cases, one of which is a fairly common occurrence: the case when one finds an object without identifying marks, which the owner has not yet realized is missing but who will surely despair of recovering it when he does notice that it is missing. Abaye, whose opinion is followed, says that the finder may not keep it, while Rava allows him to. One of their disciples was Rav Papa, who had 10 sons who became Torah scholars. It is customary when completing the study of a Talmudic tractate to mention all 10 of Rav Papa's sons to invoke their memory.
The Arrangement of the Babylonian Talmud

By the middle of the Fourth Century, Christian persecution in Eretz Israel caused the remainder of the sages to immigrate to Babylonia. For the first time since the Babylonian Exile nearly 800 years previously, all Torah scholarship was concentrated in one area. Led by Abaye and Rava, this august assembly debated new cases, analyzing decisions and explanations of earlier Amoraim, checking them for inconsistencies, and provided explanatory comments on the Mishnah. These discussions were fixed in a formalized lexicon, and form the bulk of the Babylonian Talmud. At first, however, this material was not written down, and each topic was not assigned its place in a text. This task was left for the codifiers of the Talmud, Rav Ashi and Ravina II.
Sealing the Babylonian Talmud

Once again, G‑d granted the Jewish people a period of tranquility before times became bad, in order to facilitate a monumental task – in this case sealing the Babylonian Talmud. As in the days of Rabbi Judah HaNasi, Rav Ashi, the leader of the Jewish people, had the three qualities necessary for this endeavor: supreme political power granted him by the Babylonian authorities, universal recognition as the greatest Torah scholar of the era, and unsurpassed wealth. As such, he spent close to 60 years in conjunction with other sages editing the voluminous material known as the Gemara, making a first draft and then a final copy.At that time, not only were the halachic conclusions written down, but also the argumentation of previous generations of Amoraim up to his own time. Unlike the Mishnah, the Gemara was written in great detail, to facilitate understanding from the text itself.

In many ways, the Gemara clarifies the Mishnah, establishing which halachic opinions are binding, providing derivations for the laws, and teaching moral lessons in the form of homilies and stories. After Rav Ashi passed away in 426 CE, Ravina II, who died in 500 CE, continued the final editing and halachic writing. At that point, the Jewish people accepted that the Babylonian Talmud, composed of the Mishnah and the Gemara, was the final halachic authority. No one could decide any matter contradictory to the Talmud, and all future decisions had to be based on it. To this day, the sine qua non of an observant Jew is his adherence to the Talmud, and one who denies any teaching of the Talmud is considered a heretic.

TSE said...

The Babylonian Talmud

Known simply as the Talmud, the Babylonian Talmud covers almost all of the orders of Moed, Nashim, Nezikin and Kodashim. Zeraim and Taharos are represented by only one tractate each, Berachos and Niddah respectively. A monumental work of scholarship, the Babylonian Talmud has become the heart and soul of the Jewish people. Even the word scholarship is defined as one’s knowledge of the Talmud. Its study has given Jews many things, not the least of which is succor and strength to withstand all vicissitudes of life.

An all-encompassing work, the Talmud discusses not only law and ethics but also such practical matters such as investment strategy and unhealthful practices. Its eclectic topics range from the equitable distribution of profits in a partnership to the state of the world in the Messianic Era. Humorous anecdotes are related, such as the story of the man who boxed his friend's ear and was fined half a zuz (a type of coin). However, since the boxer had only a one-zuz coin, and his friend had no change, he boxed his friend's ear again and told him to keep the change. Heartbreaking stories are also told, such as the terrible suffering of the Jewish people at the time of the destruction of the Second Temple. Perhaps because of its greatness, throughout the generations the Talmud has been the target of anti-Semites, who knew that to destroy the Talmud is to destroy the Jewish people. It was publicly burned in the Middle Ages and again by the Nazis. For example, in 1940, the Reich Security Main Office sent the following directive to German authorities in Poland:

“The continued emigration of Jews from Eastern Europe to the West spells a continued spiritual regeneration of world Jewry, as it is mainly the Eastern Jews who supply a large proportion of the rabbis, Talmud teachers, etc., owing to their orthodox-religious beliefs, and they are urgently needed by Jewish organizations active in the United States."

Transmitted with remarkable accuracy over the generations, the Talmud has survived the inevitable mistakes that creep in due to hand copying such vast material. To this day, Jews spend countless hours engrossed in its study, with many scholars devoting their lives to immersion in the sea of Talmud. A popular system of study, known as Daf Yomi, was instituted in 1923. Participants study one page each day, completing the Talmud's 2,711 pages in seven and a half years. A massive worldwide celebration is held at the end of the cycle, when many thousands of Jews gather in such immense arenas as New York’s Madison Square Garden and Nassau Coliseum, with others following on satellite hookups or staging their own celebrations.

TSE said...


The tragedy of the 3 religions which have produced the greatest strife and conflict in human history - is that they are FAKES - Christianity was invented by the Roman Authorities to maintain control over the crumbling Empires they inherited.

TSE said...

CAESAR'S MESSIAH The Roman Conspiracy To Invent Jesus

TSE said...

"Zeitgeist: The Movie" is the first film which is directed and produced by Peter Joseph in 2007.

It's a good day to educate - because today is SUN - DAY.

Definition of Sunday: the first day of the week : the Christian analogue of the Jewish Sabbath

It is when you worship... the SUN, or SON at those who have been deceived by Christianity call it.

TSE said...

Islam is simply an abomination - the latest religion - and one of the worst.

The history of Islam concerns the political, economic, social, and cultural developments of the Islamic civilization. Despite concerns about the reliability of early sources, most historians[1] believe that Islam originated in Mecca and Medina at the start of the 7th century. Muslims however believe that it did not start with Muhammad, but that it was the original faith of others whom they regard as Prophets, such as Jesus, David, Moses, Abraham, Noah and Adam.[2][3][4]

In 610 CE, Muhammad began receiving what Muslims consider to be divine revelations.[5] Muhammad's message won over a handful of followers and was met with increasing opposition from notables of Mecca.[6] In 618, after he lost protection with the death of his influential uncle Abu Talib, Muhammad migrated to the city of Yathrib (Medina). With Muhammad's death in 632, disagreement broke out over who would succeed him as leader of the Muslim community which was eventually resurrected leading to the First Fitna. The dispute would intensify greatly after the Battle of Karbala, in which Muhammad's grandson Hussein ibn Ali was killed by the ruling Umayyad Caliph Yazid I, and the outcry for revenge divided the early Islamic community.

By the 8th century, the Islamic empire extended from Iberia in the west to the Indus river in the east. Polities such as those ruled by the Umayyads (in the Middle East and later in Iberia), Abbasids, Fatimids, and Mamluks were among the most influential powers in the world. The Islamic civilization gave rise to many centers of culture and science and produced notable astronomers, mathematicians, doctors and philosophers during the Golden Age of Islam.

In the early 13th century, the Delhi Sultanate took over northern parts of Indian subcontinent. In the 13th and 14th centuries, destructive Mongol invasions from the East, along with the loss of population in the Black Death, greatly weakened the traditional centers of the Islamic world, stretching from Persia to Egypt, but in the Early Modern period, the Ottomans, the Safavids, and the Mughals were able to create new world powers again. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, most parts of the Muslim world fell under the influence or direct control of European "Great Powers." Their efforts to win independence and build modern nation states over the course of the last two centuries continue to reverberate to the present day.

TSE said...

“We have guided missiles and misguided men.” This poignant remark by Martin Luther King, Jr., about the state of the modern world rings strikingly true. In recent times there has been an amazing increase in human ability to control the outer world through science and technology. But with that has come an alarming decline in human ability to control the inner world. The resulting irrational passions lead to immorality and corruption at best, and terrorism and brutality at worst.

The current state of the world rests on the search for happiness, a quest that, Lord Krishna tells us in Bhagavad- gita, lies at the heart of all human endeavors. While asserting that happiness is our inalienable right, the Bhagavad-gita provides a clear pathway for its achievement. The fundamental teaching of Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad-gita is that our current existence has two dimensions—material and spiritual; we are spiritual beings residing in material bodies. (2.13)* Modern scientific studies in fields such as past-life memories, near-death experiences, and consciousness also strongly suggest a spiritual part of our being that exists after bodily death.

Furthermore, Lord Krishna explains that just as the soul animates the body, the Supersoul, the Supreme Being, animates the entire cosmos.

Lord Krishna tells us that material existence is temporary and troublesome because of an existential disharmony: human beings tend to neglect the spiritual dimension of their lives and focus only on material ambitions and achievements. This imbalance stunts their ability to partake of the fullness of life. The resulting dissatisfaction appears individually as stress, depression, anxiety, irritability, and so on, and socially as disunity, violence, and war. This disharmony also results in the universal and inescapable evils of birth, old age, disease, and death (13.9).

TSE said...

Our innate longing for immortality in a world subject to death suggests that we belong to an immortal world. Lord Krishna posits a higher-dimensional world beyond the pernicious effects of time (8.20). That realm is characterized by a sweet harmony of divine love between the innumerable subordinate souls and the Supreme. There, the Supreme Person, being all- attractive, is the pivot of all relationships and is therefore best known as Krishna, “The All-Attractive One.” There, all souls enjoy an eternal life of full awareness and bliss, provided they are in harmony with Krishna’s will. If they rebel, they fall to the realm of matter, where they can see the results of disharmony and eventually decide to reform themselves.
Suffering and Its Solution

During their exile in the material realm, souls occupy different bodies according to their desires and activities. Each body, whether human or subhuman, imposes on the soul the demands of eating, sleeping, mating, and defending. The soul struggles hard to try to fulfill these bodily demands, whose repetitive nature makes life a continuous hardship, with only momentary relief whenever the demands are satisfied.

Suffering, however, is good, because it provides the necessary impetus to return to harmony, just as fever provides the impetus to accept a cure. Among the 8.4 million species that inhabit the cosmos, the human form is specially gifted: only in a human body does the soul have the requisite intelligence to question his suffering and attempt to remedy it. Bhagavad-gita addresses such intelligent human beings.

Asserting that material nature is endlessly mutable (8.4), Lord Krishna advises the seeker of true happiness to not be disturbed by the dualities of heat and cold, pain and pleasure, and so on, that result from the inevitable changes in the material world (2.14). But Krishna does not recommend a life of inane fatalism; He exhorts us to direct our energies in a fruitful direction. Because our anomalous condition results from a disharmony with our spiritual nature, Krishna recommends that attempts for improvement be directed not in the material realm but in the spiritual.

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