posted on Jun, 20 2011 @ 04:12 PM
Howard Smith in his book "Let their be light" proposes the B'Resheit, the Dot or the Point,
was responsible for the Big Bang, that the energies of the Vacuum are released at this
vanishingly small event, to be transformed through a number of stages to finally become
the material world in which we exist.
I wonder though if this B'Reshiet may not have been a one-off event, that perhaps the
Dot exists at the center of all the energetic phenomena we now detect in the heavens.
It would explain Black Holes without the need to resort to mind-numbingly dense matter,
or extreme gravity, while explaining why Black Holes and other energetic events can pour
out so much energy from such tiny locations.
Depending on the 'strength' of the B'Resheit, the events could range in scale from the
M51 magnitude, down perhaps to the electron, and include our Sun, and all the other
stars. Why would the magnitude of the B'Resheit vary? Because the B'Resheit comes into
existence where ever there is the double vortex. Where the tips of these vortices meet
is the place of existence of B'Resheit.
In instrumentally imaged energetic events throughout the observable universe we now 'see'
pinched current carrying flux tubes, sometimes referred to as Birkeland currents, and those
flux tubes display a narrowing leading to the energetic event. With Black Holes (BH), we
observe 'jets', which can be light years long emanating from the central event.
We can not observe a BH directly, as it is surrounded by huge amounts of dust and debris
which block our view. We can detect an 'accretion disk' around the BH, a torus of extreme
energies developed as matter falls into the BH and is converted to energy, giving off
gamma and xrays.
But what if at the very center there is a B'Reshiet (B'R), whos primary, undifferentiated
energies are pouring out at such frequencies that none of our instruments can, or ever will,
be able to detect them? The BH is rather a Black Sun, and it is only as those energies
are transformed down, in a process akin to optical rectification, that they become detectable
to us. The B'R is converting energy to matter, and it is that created matter that prevents
us seeing the center of even the Milky Way.
There is no information I can find that shows an infall of matter towards a BH, or a
protostar, energy all ways is observed coming out. Some Suns are reportedly very young, but
there is only one example of a protostar as far as I can determine, and it has the
conical 'jets' coming out. This seems to me to be another example of a pinched flux tube,
with a B'R at the center. Surely if there are many young stars, there should be many
As for an analogy of the levels of activity of the B'R to scientifically known light,
magnetism and electrical principles, we know only the lower level functions, perhaps
up the optical rectification stage. Beyond that we can only speculate, and I will
speculate that we need to move to an information model, that at the true center we will
need to incorporate phase conjugation, the impulse magnifying transmitter, subquantum
kinetics, and an Aether that is possibly pure information.
I'll throw this idea into the Lions den and see how far it gets torn apart, but hope
some serious discussion or at least intelligent speculation might surface.