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Re: Did our cosmos exist before the big bang?

Dec 16, 2008 01:43 AM
by christinaleestemaker

Leon, sorry but all your images are forbidden urls, also in my other 
brewser cannot open them.But I have seen the images long before but 
possibly others not.

--- In, Leon Maurer <leonmaurer@...> wrote:
> Hi Cass,
> Yes, I think we've already broken through the last barrier toward  
> fulfilling HPB's prophesy in the very near future.  (Perhaps this 
> the great new change that the Mayan calendar has been telling us 
> coming around 2012... Not an end, but a beginning. ;-)
> The final proof will come when the ABC model can be demonstrated 
> fact beyond a shadow of a doubt.  Already research is being 
> that will demonstrate, so everyone can see and experience it, that  
> the universe is a hologram, and what we can know of it is already 
> our higher mind...  Pretty much the way HPB described it (if you 
> read the SD "in and around the words and between the lines" and 
> through all the "blinds").
> As for the previous universe and pralaya...
> All that it requires, is for the universe to continue to expand --  
> and lose entropy -- until everything in it dissolves back into the  
> aether or absolute space... With total metric space and its mass- 
> energy "particles" and their forms compacting into infinite zero- 
> (laya) points of spin momentum or "abstract motion" (while still  
> containing all the information as holographic wave interference  
> patterns)... While that aether, which in its overall nature is like 
> "Bose Einstein Condensate" (see remains ONE 
> "Whose center, when manifest, is everywhere and circumference 
> That "total space" (as Einstein called it) is the cosmic  
> "singularity" that reflects itself in every potentially conscious  
> black hole at the center of every universal form -- whose still  
> center, at absolute zero, during pralaya, is pure (sleeping)  
> potential cosmic consciousness and potential matter... Ready to 
> up again and go through another cosmogenesis, until we all 
> in the new cycle of life, to further evolve on a higher plane, and  
> take up where we left off in the previous manvantara ;-)  See:
> Note that the fractal involved field model of cosmogenesis  
> analogously applies to the physical universe as well as all the  
> galaxies and other forms of mass-energy, on down through our solar  
> system and planet, to the fundamental particles (spherical 
> waves) of light. See:
> (head on cross section of a single spherically polarized photon)
> And compare to: (cosmogenesis at the third Logos)
> For an interesting take on this, see Feynman's talk about light:
> All that -- putting together Einstein's general relativity, 
> quantum electrodynamics, Bohm-Pribram's' holographic paradigm, 
> Klien-Greene-Witten-Kaku's string and membrane physics -- 
> is "scientific"... And, all of it totally consistent with the ABC  
> model of cosmogenesis, based solely on the formulas in the Book of  
> Dzyan, as explained by HPB.
> Then, when pralaya is over (as the modern scientific pundits  
> speculate from their mathematics) -- the infinite new universes  
> (galaxies, solar systems, planets, bacteria, plants, animals, 
> etc,) spring up everywhere in their time and place, like spray in 
> ocean of waves... "As above, so below' and."The  microcosm(s) (is/ 
> are) the mirror(s) of the macrocosm" (as the ancient philosopher/ 
> scientist pundits say;-).
> So, the cosmos (like every universe) and every composite form, or  
> particle-wave in it, is a hologram -- within even larger holograms 
> ad infinitum.  And, as the Buddhist and Vedic philosophers say. 
> is Maya" or illusion.  (But, this cannot be "scientific," even 
> actual -- since conventional science can only deal with the 
> material or measurable universe).  So, what we need is a new  
> scientific paradigm -- which we might call "philosophical science" 
> "scientific philosophy" or maybe just plain "theosophy". ;-)
> Best wishes,
> Leon Maurer
> (NEW)
> On Dec 14, 2008, at 12/14/088:48 PM, Cass Silva wrote:
> > Hi Leon
> >
> > Science has finally come around to what HPB said 100 years ago.   
> > Still the problem remains - from where the previous universe - I  
> > guess Pralaya wouldn't explain it as it is a non-scientific  
> > concept.  Did HPB mention anything about conditions during 
> >
> > Cass
> >
> > ps  Just listened to a doco on Steven Hawking - he agrees with  
> > Greene's theory of multi-dimensional vibration strings (rather 
> > particles) and says it explains why gravity is weaker in our 3  
> > dimensions because it has travelled through 8 others.  They are  
> > more or less stating that Quantum Mechanics explains gravity at 
> > quantum level ( at the smallest) and marries it with Relativity 
> > the largest) and Hawkings Black Hole Theory
> >
> > If I understood it correctly they cannot explain what they call  
> > 'the singularity' other than to say the symmetry was broken and 
> > now toying with the idea of universes not unlike particles, just  
> > popping in and out of existence!   And this from the greatest 
> > of modern science.
> >
> > Cass
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ________________________________
> > From: Leon Maurer <leonmaurer@...>
> > To: jcs-online Study forum <>
> > Sent: Sunday, 14 December, 2008 6:09:51 PM
> > Subject: Theos-World Did our cosmos exist before the big bang?
> >
> >
> > Did our cosmos exist before the big bang?
> >
> > http://www.newscien article/mg200268 61.500-did- our-
> > exist-before- the-big-bang. html?DCMP= NLC-nletter&  
> > nsref=mg20026861 .500
> >
> > http://tinyurl. com/5tkvfb
> >
> > Very likely -- if the ABC fractal involved holographic field 
model of
> > periodic cosmogenesis is correct.
> >
> > Leon Maurer
> > http://canonizer. com/topic. asp/23/13
> > "Note: This canonizer topic ("HARD PROBLEM") enables us to 
> > compare theories and models of consciousness and its 
> > with mind, memory, brain, body, senses, etc.. If you agree with 
> > ABC theory of cosmogenesis -- postulating consciousness as an a
> > priori quality of ubiquitous absolute space (or any other 
> > theory) please feel free to sign on to add your support or, if you
> > have anything to add or contribute to the topic, or wish to post 
> > own theory, open a new sub-camp or camp statement."
> > http://www.tellworl Biological. Coenergetics/
> >
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> >
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