Sunday, November 29, 2015


My purpose in sharing these thoughts is not to spare you the effort of thinking for yourself, but to stimulate your thinking.

Beyond surviving crossing the street, the highest goals of awareness and thinking, whether in science, religion or individual thought, are:
1. To describe the indescribable,
2. Explain the inexplicable, and
3. Know the unknowable.
Ludwig Wittgenstein said “Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.” And then, ignoring his own advice, he went on to write many volumes of philosophical ponderings about what is knowable and what is not.
Philosophers are wordy and philosophy is an endless use of words to try to think about the meaning of words. But words obscure as much as they elucidate. As finite distinctions, they cannot describe Reality, which is infinite.
Nikola Tesla said “If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have the key to the universe.”
Why would he say this? I think it is because we actually live in a ‘3, 6, 9’ reality, in three (3) types of dimensional domains, with six (6) degrees of freedom, and a total of nine (9) rotational dimensions. The three dimensional domains are space, time and consciousness, all of which have measurable extent. Within these domains, there are three dimensions, each with two directions of movement making six degrees of freedom: Space has width, with movement to the left and right, height, with movement up and down, and depth, with movement forward and back. As individualized consciousness, we inhabit finite physical bodies limited to a five dimensional domain: three dimensions of space, one of time and one of consciousness. There are three aspects of substance or content of reality: matter, energy and consciousness.
But Max Planck, the father of quantum physics said “There is no matter as such!”
Why would he say that? Because the measure of mass is inertia, the resistance to motion, and inertia is caused by spinning in three or more dimensions.
Planck went on to say: “All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter."

So, if we agree with Planck, we can say that mass is concentrated energy, and energy is concentrated consciousness, consciousness is the insubstantial substance that makes up all reality, and in its infinite form it is God.

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