posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 08:23 PM
It would help to provide the thread some definition of what infinity is not.
If infinity were a pie, and you made slices out of it, the pieces would be absolute reality. Put all the slices back together again and all the
absolute pieces would reconstitute infinity.
Human consciousness does not have the capacity to exalt absolutes. Finite consciousness may embrace the concept of infinity, but it also must
recognize that infinity is beyond the comprehension of finite expressions of actuality.
The easiest way to understand these different comprehension levels of reality is allow them to exist as segregated moments existing all at once. Only
those existing who comprehend infinity can do so and they are segregated from time and space.
Einstein attempted to include mathematically the possibility of absolutes. He later decided they did not exist in relativity, but he hinted at the
possibility that they lay outside of the relative time-space experience which in turn suggests they are indeed segregated and apart from the
conceptual capacity of we finite beings.
Infinity itself exists but it never was meant to be experienced from out locality. If we would recognize that the term “experience” suggests some
type if linerarity, and that infinity is all moments fulfilled at once, then we may glimpse that experience and the at one-ment in infinity are not
capable of co-existing with what we are.
Then where is infinity?
Segregated where there is a place where no time and no space impinge upon the Absolutes of reality.