I’ve been pondering deeply on all those ideas mentioned in my last post, and the comments which followed it. New thoughts and quotes continue to arrive from all quarters, backing up and validating the conclusions towards which I’ve been fumbling my way.
If you haven’t already done so, please take a look at the last couple of posts I’ve written. (You can navigate back with the left-pointing arrow at the end of this or check them here – 1st and here – 2nd.) They seem to have formed themselves into some kind of trilogy and this won’t make so much sense without its predecessors.
A very quick recap:
- The 17th century poet, John Milton, had told us of the anarchic potentials of untamed ether which, according to his Muse, preceded creation and held ’embrion atoms’.
- Centuries later, the great Nikola Tesla offered a markedly similar picture. His ‘ponderable atoms’ could be drawn from ether, ‘a tenuous fluid, filling all space’ by way of a spinning motion.
- Tesla’s contemporary, Max Planck, also concluded that matter, as such, did not exist. It was drawn into being and maintained ‘only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together’.
These Giants paint a very different picture of our Cosmos to the one we have grown up with. Are our solid, dependable teapots, desks, pets and trees this temporary and transient? Is the spinning motion of some force drawing them out of the ether, and – should it stop the spinning – depositing them back into that ocean of unformed possibility? I’m reminded of images from the 1972 film Solaris, in case any of you have seen it, where thoughts from the mind of an individual are drawn into three-dimensional reality from an orange gloop on the surface of a mythical planet. (Just the images, I hasten to emphasise, before someone tries to engage me in a dialogue on Stansilaw Lem’s philosophy, and not the dreadful George Clooney 2002 remake!)
That brings me towards the second part of my Giants’ assertions: the idea that an intelligent, enlightened consciousness with sufficient experience is able to create anything from this etheric substance at will; further, that WE are that consciousness.
So, I kind of promised you an answer, did I not? An answer to how we can, and do, create our universe (or universes, if you adhere to that theory). I said the scientists had failed to find this mechanism, because it was in a place they would never look. I found it lurking in the Milton passage I quoted last time:
… hot, cold, moist, and dry, four champions fierce,
Strive here for mastery, and to battle bring
Their embryon atoms.
At first I glossed over that part, dismissing it as a casual reference to the four elements, perhaps. Something, though – some hidden but insistent part of my consciousness – invited me to delve deeper.
Milton’s champions are not the elements – not in the way they’ve come down to us, at any rate. They were a reference to what were called the Four Humours or Temperaments. In modern parlance, these would be personality types. Should you wish to know more, Wiki will tell you here. They’d been an integral part of natural philosophy (aka science) since Hippocrates developed what was already an ancient idea into a kind of medical tool kit. It all hinged on moods, emotions and the behaviours they caused. Even the cautious Wikipedia acknowledges that these theories could have been around in Ancient Egypt or Mesopotamia. And where did they get them? If Edgar Cayce is to be believed, the Atlanteans fleeing their sinking lands brought their knowing (sorry, gnosis) to those shores. And from whom did they receive it…?
Milton is not using the term in any medical sense. He is describing the jostling for supremacy between these temperaments or emotions as the ‘harnessed energy’ which propels creation.
No wonder the idea ‘declined in popularity’ (Wikipedia again) as science became rational and empirical. The last thing any self-respecting scientist wanted was for human feelings to get in the way of logic, mathematics and rigorous testing. Not until the last century did physicists grudgingly have to admit that the human observer affected things in some way.
Take a look, for example at this rather wonderful little video. I’d like you to focus your attention on the first few minutes – the bit before the flowers arrive.
(If you are accessing this from a source other than WordPress, you may need to look here for the film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILSyt_Hhbjg )
Masuru Emoto showed us not only that water has memory, but that it responds to sentiments – emotional states. This Stuttgart study shows how each individual has a unique signature. Would these persist if the same people were tested on a different occasion, I wonder? I suspect the signatures would remain recognisable but would vary. I suspect this because I think what the water is picking up is the emotional signature of each individual.
If water can do so, how about ether? My theory is that it is nothing more or less than our own emotional states which create the familiar environment within the 3D matrix that surrounds us. There is a ‘base state’ common to all (except, perhaps some of the individuals our scientists classify as mentally ill or disordered) which results from a mass psyche – the Zeitgeist and its resultant reality. Overlaid on that is individual perception – the way the world appears to each of us, depending on the emotions prevalent within us. Thus someone who feels that the world is a hostile, unfriendly place will create that reality for herself, while a person who expects disappointment will find situations and events which result from the ‘spin’ he has put upon his life experience.
Does this sound slightly familiar? The Law of Attraction? The Secret? All that New Age stuff?? What, though, if it’s absolutely true: not in a metaphorical sense or as an analogy or parable? What if this is actually the way creation on our planet works?
One final group of Giants to turn to for some help with this. It does involve something of a dimensional shift, but I’m sure you’ll cope fine with that. I’m turning now to those who have chosen not to reincarnate as humans and enter into this emotionally charged etheric hurly-burly. These aspects of consciousness are the patient, loving beings who send channelled messages to us from beyond our 3D state.
Here is Seth, in Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul:
…you create your larger environment and the physical world as you know it by propelling your thoughts and emotions into matter – a breakthrough into three-dimensional life. The inner self, therefore, individually and en masse, sends its psychic energy out, forming tentacles that coalesce into form.
And just a few weeks back, Higgins gave us this:
Humans exist within a 3-D matrix. Envision the matrix as a three dimensional spider’s web stretching infinitely in all directions. This spider’s web is a literal highway for transportation. All that you see around you enters and exits your life via this matrix highway. This happens because you are a magnetic vortex. Your emotions create a magnetic field around you that simultaneously draws and repels life’s experiences.
So there it is: my theory, with backup from the Giants, on how matter is created.
We don’t need to be shown how to do it – we already ARE. If we look around and love the world we’ve made for ourselves, we have no more to do. If, on the other hand, there are aspects we are not happy with… Well there’s no point in blaming others or fate or life. We are all that. We simply need to, as Will suggested, become ‘experienced and sufficiently enlightened’ to harness the energy and what we create. Then, Tesla says,
…old worlds would vanish and new ones would spring into being.