Re: Theos-World Zero Point - Leon
Sep 13, 2009 08:46 AM
This is the most theosophical post I've seen in here for a long time and it gets down to cases in science and religion to get at the truth. I dont know about Cass but I for one still believe in a personal God, not an external one however.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Leon Maurer <leonmaurer@...> wrote:
> I don't think you are too far off the mark...
> But, at the primal beginning of each cycle of manifestation, the
> cosmos is in a state of rest -- which consists of its laya point of
> pure consciousness (of absolute space) spinning in an angular
> momentum of force rays that correspond to the total potential mass-
> energy of each level of the past and future seven fold fractal
> involved manifest fields of cosmic consciousness.
> It's this laya point that Einstein called the "singularity" prior to
> the birth of the spacetime continuum... And that the "new science" of
> today sees as being in the center of every black-hole (now called a
> "black-white whole" by Nassim Haramein) as well as in every zero-
> point in total holographic spacetime. (Incidentally, Haramein's
> theory is the closest science has come to verifying the ABC model as
> well as HPB's metaphysics).
> THerefore, we might think of this cosmic singularity, or primal
> dimensionless atom of "abstract motion", as the "God particle" that
> is the "seven robed mother" of the Book of Dzyan -- whose still zero-
> point center of pure consciousness is the "father"... And, as HPB
> pointed out, is the primal state of "absolute space" that contains
> the rootless root of both spirit or consciousness, and matter or mass-
> energy. So, where's the need for an external personal God creator
> when the cosmos is its own creator, sustainer, destroyer or Brahma,
> Vishnu, Shiva (Kether, Binah, Chochma)?
> Thus, the inherent consciousness at the primal beginning of our
> present cosmic cycle of manifestation, is the triggering intent of
> will that wakes up and initiates the emanation and radiation of the
> manifest cosmos and all its fractal involved energy fields -- which
> are governed solely by the laws of cycles inherent in original spin
> momentum, after the release of the reactive nature of karma -- like a
> compressed coil spring explosively expanding when the latch holding
> is down is slid open. That's why science calls it the "big
> bang" (and, now, considers each galaxy as starting with an analogous
> little big bang.)
> Since the only eternal unchanging reality is that zero-point of pure
> consciousness -- that's why the ever changing manifest cosmos
> and all the evolving forms in it, are considered as temporary
> illusions or Maya.
> For a closer view of this concept check out my new blog, "How It All
> Began" at:
> and compare it with the theories of Haramein at his web site and in
> his video lectures at:
> or http://tinyurl.com/haramein
> On Sep 7, 2009, at 9/7/098:12 PM, Cass Silva wrote:
> > Leon,
> > This is in response to a poster who struggles with the idea of a
> > godcreated universe. Am I on the right track?
> > Cass
> > Can I propose that this primeval particle was a combination of
> > matter and energy? As matter is unable to be destroyed only
> > changed, could this zero mass reach a point that its constitution
> > in static equilibrium could no longer be contained and that change
> > was the inevitable result of an inherent force acting upon itself?
> > This then suggests that matter and energy are in a constant state
> > of flux (albeit over billions and billions of years) from static to
> > energetic and that expansion and contraction are a result or an
> > effect of changing interacting forces.
> > This then takes god out of the zero point and replaces god with
> > 'force'. A force that is subject to its own laws?
> > Cass
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