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A Perspicuous Lesson

Learning a lesson is always harsh in reality but rewarding in life, as cliche as that sounds. Heartbreak is always the most tragic. Even as teenagers, it feels like the end of the world. As you get older, the feeling of heartbreak seems to just get worse. I, myself, am currently reeling from a breakmore »

Dark Energy of Contraction

As mentioned in prior posting, our reality is based within Expansion.  But without Contraction, the divergent radials of Expansion would never be able to interact and create our reality. Using an analogy of the hydration cycle in Earth’s atmosphere; water on the surface evaporates or sublinates into vapor and expands into the atmosphere where itmore »

Space Time

In previous postings, I have described the development of our universe as a continuum made up of figure 8 shaped streams of the cosmic spiral.  Our matured universe can be described as having a big bang position.  The proper perspective, of the big bang, is not a event in the past but a position withinmore »

Cosmic Spiral

In my previous post, Dynamic Equilibrium, I described the fractal unit of consciousness as a physical concept.  This post serves to expand on this idea.   Within a dynamic equilibrium, imbalance can occur which creates a transient contrast.  The force of equilibrium tends to remove any constrast.  When a self-referential wave is produced, this ismore »

Dynamic Equilibrium

From our human perspective, we think in terms of existence vs. nonexistence. It seems impossible to get something from nothing. But nothing is actually a dynamic equilibrium. If it was a static equilibrium, there would be no potential for existence. Equilibrium is the primary force. All things being equal, any transient production of contrast, withinmore »


What the “All” in Pantheism Really Means

Pantheism asserts that all physical things are divine, not that all ideologies and religious beliefs are accurate or true. The “all” in Pantheism denotes all energy/matter… as in, all objects and elements, i.e. all ‘things’ in Nature. Nature Itself is what we view as sacred and holy, not all religious systems (which each contradict themselvesmore »

At the heart of nature is the ocean

The ocean is my God! That is the oneness that fills the earth. Every living thing is part of this oneness even if they have never seen the ocean. Each and every single person made is made up of this ocean oneness. Naming the Oceans and seas is the same as naming different religions andmore »

Consciousness in the Universe is Scale Invariant

Is the Universe an ‘individual’ living amongst a society of Universe-individuals’ who are each experiencing internal growth of consciousness by gaining greater abilities of perception from influences both within themselves and from the individuals around them from the innate ability of self-reflection, and to reason, through the power of consciousness? This invariantly would be basicallymore »


The Illusionist

We need God to exist because we do not recognize Existence itself. We need a name for the Nameless, a form for the Formless, or we lose track of the fact that everything is nameless and formless. To understand eternity, we need a concept for an Inside that has no outside, a Presence that hasmore »


Neither To Be nor Not To Be: That is the Answer

The following was posted in a Pantheism discussion group on Facebook. It was my contribution to an ongoing (and annoyingly circular) argument about whether pantheism affirms or denies the existence of God. My position is that pantheism is itself a third option that is neither theism nor atheism, and requires a release from the binarymore »

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