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Wednesday 30 July 2014

The Theory of Everything

Let me ask you a question? What is the square root of one?
Most people will come up with the answer one and most certainly a fewer number will come up with the answer, minus one. This simple fact introduces us to the fact that mathematics does not offer us the absolute truth. If we do not know what unity means we can have no confidence in any aspect of life and ultimately the meaning of the universe.
But wait; are there any other facets of the number one? The cube root of one gives us the answer plus one but the fourth root gives us the answers 1, -1, i, -i  where i is the square root of minus one. Now we are even less certain of what unity means. I shall call these terms the four facets of unity.
What does this mean in real terms; how does it effect us in the real universe, if at all? The answer is not a lot but it does tell us a lot about the real nature of the world we inhabit. Let me explain.
In my book, 'SPIRITUAL MAN: AN INTRODUCTION TO NEGATIVE DIMENSION' I explain how by using these different facets of unity, neglecting for the moment the term '-i' we can demonstrate the duality of the universe. I have shown that the universe we experience, U, can be described by the equation:
U = ± √[ u² + (-u)² + (iu)²]
where u = the real universe, -u = the unreal universe,  iu = the imaginary universe and i = √-1

This gives us U = ± u, demonstrating the dual nature of the universe. We shouldn't be surprised because the ancients always told us that the universe was composed of the light and dark, good and evil, heaven and earth etc.
What happens if we include the fourth facet of unity, '-i'? Its simple; we rewrite the above equation like so:
U = ± √[ u² + (-u)² + (iu)² + (-iu)²]
When we resolve this equation we get:  U = 0. Everything cancels each other out.
Yippee, I hear you say but it serves to demonstrate a key fact; nothing less than the ultimate reality of life; the Theory of Everything. The Universe as REPRESENTED by the symbol 'zero', what I refer to as the Pleroma, is in fact an exact balance of the 'real' and 'unreal' components.
But if the world we inhabit has any meaning, what happens to the fourth facet of unity, I hear you ask? Good question and one that can only be answered in the 'Creation' process. The Pleroma, although dimensionless, is infinite in space and eternal in time. At some random time the '-iu' term disappears from the equation, causing the schism which gives rise to the dual universe in which we live and all the energy and matter from which we are made.


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