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The Sub-Energy Matrix of Physical Reality

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posted on Dec, 1 2003 @ 09:20 PM
This is a description of how our physical world exists and how it works. Very interesting read, so you might check it out...

The Sub-Energy Matrix of Physical Reality

posted on Dec, 2 2003 @ 01:24 AM
Thanks, that was an interesting article.
I found a similar one the other day, check it out if you like

posted on Dec, 2 2003 @ 12:14 PM
You're right Aztec. The two are very similar. And I have found other very similar articles in different places.

posted on Dec, 2 2003 @ 11:32 PM
I've already had an inkling about our reality being of this type. I got the ideas from the religion of Taoism, where nothing is the creator of everything, and that there is no real separation between the two.

This article says that we have unbounded creativity within our own minds, the ability to develop new, out-of-this-world ideas! I believe this is true.

posted on Dec, 3 2003 @ 04:34 AM
Universe(s) Origin(s) Preface
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 1 of 7
]]] String Theory / Infinities / Singularities [[[
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 2 of 7
]]] No Origin of the Universe? [[[
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 3 of 7
]]] Multiverse? [[[
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 4 of 7
]]] Universes from Black Holes? [[[
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 5 of 7
]]] Cyclic Universe? [[[
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 6 of 7
]]] Einstein / Big Bang / Superstrings [[[
Universe(s) Origin(s) - 7 of 7
]]] Nothing / Everything [[[

Taoist Cosmology
By Bill Mason

Our Living Universe
by Duane Elgin
Acrobat .pdf Version

Much Ado About No-thing 1
Much Ado About No-thing 2

For the mind in harmony with the Tao,
all selfishness disappears.
With not even a trace of self-doubt,
you can trust the universe completely.
All at once you are free,
with nothing left to hold on to.
All is empty, brilliant,
perfect in its own being.

In the world of things as they are,
there is no self, no non-self.
If you want to describe its essence,
the best you can say is "Not-two."
In this "Not-two" nothing is separate,
and nothing in the world is excluded.

-poem by Seng Tsans (died A.D. 606)

[Edited on 3-12-2003 by mOjOm]
Trouble with the links....

[Edited on 3-12-2003 by mOjOm]

posted on Dec, 3 2003 @ 09:10 AM
Very interesting stuff Mojom... Thanks!!!

posted on Dec, 7 2003 @ 06:46 AM
David Icke's latest book also goes into detail about this very subject.

It requires a degree of abstract thinking, but makes perfect sense.

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