ALL ABOUT NAUGHT: ANATOMY OF THE STAR GODDESS
ANATOMY OF THE STAR GODDESS (1999): This article, originally written as an adjunct to The Diamond Body, is about further investigations into the qabalistic and synergetic properties of the Vector Equilibrium Matrix. For placement in SYNERGETIC QABALA, it has been updated with notions from Post Quantum Physics and its relevance to the the mind/matter interface. Its departure point is Crowley's (and the Egyptian) notion that "Infinite Space is the Goddess Nuit." Here we investigate the archetypal and virtual properties of this Star Goddess, and what that implies in terms of qabalistic emanation, the collective unconscious, the paranormal, and mind-over-matter. Her body is the incorporeal matrix underlying the physical Universe and the human psyche, underlying all phenomena.
When this article was originally written, scalar physics was considered alternative science. Since then its stock has gone up. There has been a mainstream revolution in cosmology, (SciAmer, Jan. 1999), which confirms the importance of "vacuum energy." The standard cosmology of the 1980s, postulating a flat universe dominated by matter is dead. The universe is either open or filled with an energy of unknown origin. Put another way, "nothing" could not possibly be more interesting. There are also psychological implications. Like virtual entities, images or symbols percolate in and out of consciousness below the threshold of consciousness. They appear much like virtual particles blink in and out of "existence." The newest generation of physics, Post-Quantum Physics posits a model for mind-over-matter, which operates with quantum backflow that is also relevant to our discussion. This article is not for the intellectually timid...good luck.
ANATOMY OF THE STAR GODDESS:
Quantum Cosmology, Virtual States, Energy Science,
Chaos Theory, and Scalar Fields
by Iona Miller, c1992
KEY PHRASES: Infinite Space, The Void, Vacuum, Zero Point Energy, Virtual Manifold, V.E.M. as Psychotronic Machine, Virtual State Translator, the Physics of the Plenum, Post Quantum Physics, Synergetic Interaction, Imagineering, Orthorotational Geometry of Dimensions, Chaos and Complexity, Depth Psychology, Mind/Matter Interface, Nothing becomes Something.
ABSTRACT: Nuclear engineer and researcher, Thomas E. Bearden has proposed a new approach to physics with some startling new theories based on Hugh Everett's many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics (1973). Bearden extends QM theory, rather than corrupting it.
The main thrust of Bearden's work is toward explaining paranormal phenomena, the collective unconscious, weaponry, and other technological possibilities. His new view of physics (energy science) is grounded in what he calls scalar electromagnetics, from which he proposes deriving "free energy."
This is, in essence, tapping the Vector Equilibrium Matrix for zero point energy. The key to his technological approach is to "let the EM force fields fight themselves to a 'cancellation,' forming a vector zero." Antigravity is just one possibility.
Multiple realities contain all possibilities, but in enfolded or virtual states. This theory alleges that there are clustered worlds, which are three-dimensional to an observer within them, yet virtual to an observer from outside. These hyperspace dimensions are orthogonally rotated (90 degrees) in respect to one another. Selecting a frame, or cube of space, facilitates access.
When we consider the vastness of space, we perceive emptiness due to our relative position in this universe. The Void is actually densely packed with virtual energy which awaits translation, or transduction into our observable 3-dimensional reality. These energies or entities appear as virtual because they are unobservable through ordinary means. Crosstalk across these channels is the basis for the collective unconscious, paranormal phenomena, and the manifestation of our material world.
Like philosophy, physics is not any absolute description of Truth. Rather, both disciplines invite us to "Look at it this way." This approach is very much in line with the long-standing tradition of speculative Qabala and Hermetic philosophy.
Quantum Cosmology: The Gross Anatomy of Nuit
Energy Science and Scalar Fields
Light and time
Virtual Reality Check
The Body Electric
EM Fields, Action, Creation, and Time
True Enough--to the Physicist
Thomas Beardon's Scalar Electromagnetics
New Definition of Zero
Virtual (Hidden or Occult) Entities
Scalar Electromagnetics and the Plenum
Scalar EM View of the Vacuum
Separation of Vacuum and Observable States
Engineering the Vacuum
Mind Is Objective
Biofields and Tulpas: Projection As Reality
Dreams As Unresolved Conflicts
Virtual States and Hyperspaces
QUANTUM COSMOLOGY, THE GROSS ANATOMY OF NUIT:
This Book explains the Universe. The elements are Nuit--Space--that is, the total of possibilities of every kind--and Hadit, any point which has experience of these possibilities. (This idea is for literary convenience symbolized by the Egyptian Goddess Nuit, a woman bending over like the Arch of the Night Sky. Hadit is symbolized as a Winged Globe at the heart of Nuit.)
Each one of us has thus an universe of his own, but it is the same universe for each one as soon as it includes all possible experience. This implies the extension of consciousness to include all other consciousness.
--Aleister Crowley, THE BOOK OF THE LAW
Thomas Bearden's theories bear directly on our investigation of the nature of Nuit and the vector equilibrium matrix. By commenting on the physical and philosophical qualities of the vacuum, and attempting to describe how nothing becomes something, Bearden has joined a host of philosophers, mystics, and scientists with an interest in the threshold of our observable universe, and what lies beyond.
In EXCALIBER BRIEFING: EXPLAINING PARANORMAL PHENOMENA (1988), Bearden succinctly outlines his theory, as well as offering several real-time applications. In order to relate his ideas and those of Everett to our notions of the V.E.M., we shall have to draw heavily on his work.
We ask the reader's patience with the necessary quotes, but we hope they will simplify the complexity of comprehending even the gross nature of the V.E.M. But before we review Bearden's ideas, we will discuss what state-of-the-art quantum cosmology has to say about the nature of reality.
Long ago the Gnostics believed that the true unrevealed nature of the Void was a Plenum, or fullness. Modern quantum mechanics has physically verified this intuitive perception of reality. The vacuum of empty space is not empty. It contains energy (zero point energy) and entities (pure virtual particles). Both the energy field and empty space are in flux, and probably interface with other universes through wormholes (or tunnels).
Sidney Coleman, a theoretical physicist from Harvard, has been investigating the nature of the vacuum and its relationship to the cosmological constant--zero. He, and other physicists can't decide whether the total energy in the vacuum should be positive or negative, but they agree that the energy ought to be huge. Coleman asserts "the cosmological constant is zeroed out by wormholes; invisible, submicroscopic rips in the fabric of space-time that tunnel out of our universe, linking it to an infinite web of other universes."
The rational of the cosmological constant derives from the uncertainty principle, which applies to variables like energy and time:
What it says in this case is that the precision with which you can measure the energy of any system, such as a piece of empty space, is limited by the duration of the measurement; the shorter the time, the greater the imprecision. And this indeterminacy can never be resolved simply by more accurate measuring instruments; it is inherent in the system itself. Over a short enough time the system can assume just about any energy--and it does. In a world ruled by quantum mechanics, the energy of the system in any fleeting instant can be seen only as a wavelike function.
As a consequence, the vacuum of empty space is not empty; it is pervaded by fluctuating fields of energy that, when large enough, manifest themselve as particles--individual photons, for example, or particle pairs consisting of an ordinary electron or quark and its anti-matter twin, which burst into existence and then annihilate. The vacuum is thick with these short-lived "virtual" particles. It looks empty only because each particle's visit to existence, according to the uncertainty principle, is so infinitesimally brief as to be undetectable.
But the effects of these virtual particles en masse may be detectable. Virtual particles ought to have one effect in particular: their energy ought to warp space. The deformation would be entirely independent of that wrought by ordinary matter, and so, Einstein notwithstanding, it would constitute a nonzero cosmological constant.
How big would the constant be? That depends on how often virtual particles appear in a given volume of space, and it also depends on the type of particles. Virtual quarks and electrons have much the same effect as their "real" counterparts: they cause space to contract. But virtual photons, or any other force-transmitting particles, have the opposite effect: they cause space to expand. There are a whole bunch of things that contribute to the cosmological constant. Some are plus, some are minus, so we expect some of them to cancel. But not the whole lot...
The cosmological constant is very nearly zero. The mechanism, according to Coleman, is similar to virtual particles in that it arises from quantum fluctuations. But this time the fluctuations aren't those of energy fields [zero point energy]; they are fluctuations of empty space itself [vector equilibrium fluctuations].
Stephen Hawking invented the quantum wormhole in 1988. Just as quantum mechanics says there is a certain probability that particles can appear from nowhere in a vacuum, quantum cosmology says there may be a certain probability that a small chunk of space and time will suddenly pop into existence. That is what a wormhole is--a fluctuation in the space-time field, just as a virtual particle is a fluctuation in an energy field.
The wormhole could connect to any one of an endless number of preexisting parallel universes that are otherwise inaccessible to us. There is no reason to assume our universe is the only one; webs of parallel universes are equally possible. They can be imagined like balloons connected to one another by thin, rubbery necks of space-time--those are the wormholes. The regions inside and outside the balloons and wormholes are outside space-time. It doesn't exist.
One meaningful consequence of wormholes is that they might contribute information to our universe in the form of values for the constants of nature. They might also fix the energy density of the vacuum--the cosmological constant. Somehow wormholes arrange things so that the value of the cosmological constant is zero--so that the huge virtual particle components cancel exactly. According to quantum cosmology, this is by far the most likely outcome.
Zero point energy is the kinetic energy that remains in a substance when its temperature is absolute zero. The vacuum has zero point energy, also. Any potential is just a bunch of trapped dynamic vectors, hence trapped vector (translational) energy. It is translational energy that is locally trapped and not translating. The potential is thus like an accumulator or capacitor. It can be "charged up" and "discharged."
The vacuum is increasingly being regarded as composed of an incredibly dense structure of virtual electromagnetic energy, even at zero degrees absolute. Superspace consists of pure massless charge flux, pure scalar waves. If compacted this energy density of the vacuum is enormous.
Here, in the vacuum, spacetime is incredibly dense, and matter is etherically thin. Spacetime goes through matter, rather than matter through spacetime. And this energy density of the vacuum does interact with electromagnetic fields and matter to give observable effects, such as the Lamb shift.
In his inflationary model of the hot Big Bang, Alan H. Guth considers matter to consist of scalar-field particles, (SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Dec. 1991). "Such field particles are not the stuff of everyday life, but they do arise naturally in many theories."
Indeed, they are believed to be the dominant form of matter under the extremely high energy conditions similar to those in the early universe. According to the inflationary model, they lead to a kind of negative pressure. Gravity effectively becomes a repulsive force, and inflation occurs. At the end of the inflationary era, the decay of the scalar-field matter producing the expansion heated the (initially cold) universe to a very high temperature.
Although the scalar field is largely homogeneous, it still may have small, inhomogeneous parts. According to quantum theory, these inhomogeneous parts cannot be exactly zero but must be subject to small quantum fluctuations. (In fact, all types of matter are subject to such quantum effects, but for most purposes the fluctuations are so small as to be totally insignificant.)
The rapid expansion of the universe during inflation magnified these initially insignificant microscopic fluctuations, transforming them into macroscopic changes in density [ref. chaos theory and the pumping up of micro- to macro-scopic changes as one of the characteristics of chaos].
Inflation itself depends on a number of assumptions. For example, it would have occurred only if the scalar field began with a large, approximately constant energy density. This approximately constant energy density is equivalent, at least for a brief time, to Einstein's famous (or infamous) cosmological constant. Therefore, like it or not, the success of inflation rests on certain assumptions about initial conditions [another aspect of chaos theory].
What happened before inflation? How did the universe actually begin?" In the pre-inflation era, the size of the universe tends to zero, and the strength of the gravitational field and the energy density of matter tend to infinity. That is, the universe appears to have emerged from a singularity, a region of infinite curvature and energy density at which the known laws of physics break down.
Near a singularity, space-time becomes highly curved; its volume shrinks to very small dimensions. Under such circumstances, one must appeal to the theory of the very small--that is, to quantum theory. In quantum mechanics, motion is not deterministic, but probabilistic. A quantity called the wave function encodes the probabilistic information about such variables as position, momentum and energy.
For a single-point particle, one can regard the wave function as an oscillating field spread throughout physical space. Because of the uncertainty principle, the kinetic and potential energy of a system cannot both be exactly zero. Instead the system has a ground state in which the energy is as low as it can be. (Recall that in the inflationary universe, galaxies form from "ground-state fluctuations.") Such fluctuations also prevent the orbiting electron from crashing into the nucleus. The electrons have an orbit of minimum energy from which they cannot fall into the nucleus without violating the uncertainty principle.
Though it is still considered an extravagant claim, the fundamental assertion of quantum cosmology is that quantum mechanics applies to the entire universe at all times and to everything in it. In a theory of the universe, of which the observer is a part, there should be no fundamental division between observer and observed. The wave function of the entire universe can't collapse each time an observation is made. In cosmology, there is only one system, which is measured only once.
Hugh Everett III of Princeton (1930-1982) asserted that there exists a universal wave function describing both macroscopic observers and microscopic systems, with no fundamental division between them. A measurement is just an interaction between different parts of the entire universe, and the wave function should predict what one part of the system "sees" when it observes another. So, there is no collapse of the wave function, only a smooth evolution described by the Schrodinger wave equation for the entire system.
But as he modeled the measurement process, Everett made a truly remarkable discovery: the measurement appears to cause the universe to "split" into sufficiently many copies of itself to take into account all possible outcomes of the measurement. This has been discounted by others into possible histories for the universe with assigned probabilities. For practical purposes, it does not matter if we think of all or just one them as actually happening.
Certain regions, such as those close to classical singularities, exist in which no prediction is possible. There the notions of space and time quite simply do not exist. There is just a "quantum fuzz," still describable by known laws of quantum physics but not by classical laws. [It may be subject to the laws of quantum chaos]. Inflation is assumed as one of the quantum initial conditions.
The inescapable task of the quantum cosmologist is to propose laws of initial or boundary conditions for the universe. Stephen Hawking's idea is called the no-boundary proposal, which admits many possible histories. Perhaps, the universe has tunneled from "nothing." The evolution described by inflation and the big bang would have subsequently occurred after tunneling. This is consistent with the Qabalistic explanation of the emanation of Kether from Ain, Ain Soph, and Ain Soph Aur--the veils of negative existence.
The picture that emerges is of a universe with nonzero size and finite (rather than infinite) energy density appearing from a quantum fuzz. After quantum creation, the wave function assigns probabilities to different evolutionary paths, one of which includes the inflation postulated by Guth.
Although some theorists disagree, both the no-boundary and tunneling proposals seem to predict the conditions necessary for inflation, thereby, eliminating the need for assumptions about the scalar-field matter that drove the rapid expansion. The no-boundary and tunneling proposals eliminate assumptions about the density perturbations. Although inflation explains their origin, the exact form and magnitude depend on certain assumptions about the initial state of the scalar-field matter.
The inflation model assumes the inhomogenous parts started out in their quantum mechanical ground state--the lowest possible energy state consistent with the uncertainty principle. But Hawking's no-boundary proposal states that everything must be smooth and regular on the bottom cap of the space-time tube. The condition implies that inhomogeneous fluctuations must be zero there. The fluctuations enter real-time as small as they can be--as the quantum mechanical ground-state fluctuations demanded by the inflation model. The tunneling proposal makes the same prediction, for similar reasons.
So, quantum cosmology alleges the universe appeared from a quantum fuzz, tunneling into existence and thereafter evolving classically. Quantum creation scenarios produce gravitational waves of a calculable form and magnitude. Gravitational waves interact very weakly with matter as they propagate through space-time. Therefore, when we observe them in the present universe, their spectrum may still contain the signature of quantum creation. But gravity waves are hard to detect, so quantum cosmology can't be verified conclusively to determine whether the no-boundary or tunneling proposals are the correct ones for the wave function of the universe. But, so far, these are the best guesses, and they do not contradict the Qabalistic notion.
ENERGY SCIENCE AND SCALAR FIELDS
How does Bearden's energy science relate to quantum cosmology, the vacuum, and vector equilibrium? Through scalars and scalar fields, the virtual vacuum plasma ("virtual particle vacuum ether"). A scalar is a vector characterized by magnitude and time. Scalar waves (virtual particle flux wave) in the virtual state massless charge flux (vacuum), do not breach the quantum level to become observable, yet they are real. They are oscillations of the stress energy tensor of the vacuum.
In the vacuum state everything is disintegrated, but highly dynamic. The vacuum is not an emptiness FILLED with massless charge, rather, it IS identically massless charge (disintegrated dynamicism). It is a plenum, not an emptiness. It is also pure, undifferentiated action.
Multiple vectors acting on one point and summing or multiplying to zero (Vector Equilibrium Matrix) are physically still present, even though their vector resultant is a zero vector...Thus physically a zero vector can be a system having a very real, distinct sub-structure of nonzero vector components. These infolded vector components may be highly dynamic (i.e. chaotic). The anenergy of each infolded dynamic vector component is thus "trapped" inside the local vector zero system.
Anenergy is the stress energy of the vacuum. "Fragments" of energy, more subtle than electromagnetic energy, turned against themselves are locked into a vector zero summation. This is modeled as scalar, massless charge flux or virtual particle flux, or "pieces" of the spatiotemporal vacuum spacetime medium.
These observable virtual anenergy particles are rotated more than 90 degrees from the laboratory space. Anenergy particles are the individual scalar wave components of vector electromagnetic waves. Anenergy components may be coupled into energy, which can be compacted into mass.
Scalar fields exist for each point in space (Hadit) which infolds n-dimensional virtual state substructures. Each succeedingly higher dimension is a succeedingly lower level of a virtual state. THE VACUUM ITSELF IS SUCH A SCALAR FIELD. This massless charge field enfolds vast electrostatic scalar potential.
Standing scalar waves can be coupled at exactly 180 degrees out of phase in a resonant cavity to create zero sums through scalar resonance. There is just such a resonant cavity in the brain, between the pituitary and pineal glands. These waves of potential co-modulate each other and "lock or zip together" as a zero-vector system wave.
This allows for crosstalk or translation between dimensions. Dimensions have certain primary geometrical physical attributes, such as length, used to describe the separational relationships of physical phenomena. By geometrical we mean that the dimension is considered to "exist" in either the presence or absence of the observable physical phenomenon. However, by agreement the dimension of itself is not directly observable. Yet it can be inferred by measurement.
Hyperchannels for crosstalk between dimensions are known as "magic windows". These interdimensional nodal points have a naturally tuned frequency of a good hyperchannel between orthogonal frames where scalar wave anenergies crosstalk readily.
Crosstalk normally means the transfer of energy or signal from one channel to another, by cross modulation or cross coupling between the channels. In this new approach it refers to the virtual energy exchange between orthogonal universes or frames--that is, between different 3- or 4-dimensional slices of an infinite-dimensional universe.
Magic windows are frequency dependent. Some magic windows are 38-40 kHz, 150-160 kHz, 1.1-1.3 MHz, 1.057 (Lamb shift), and in the near ultraviolet frequency. These frequencies represent enhanced channels between subquantal (virtual) and spatial (observable) states. A particularly good magic window exists when the infrared and ultraviolet bands being utilized are phase-locked so that the ultraviolet represents a first harmonic of the infrared.
Also known as the Tesla wave, this standing scalar wave can be seen alternately as a time wave or a gravitational wave. It is a wave of pure potential. It is a longitudinal scalar potential wave in massless charge, in the vacuum charge flux itself, and in pure spacetime. Since there are no spinning charged mass particles, it does not form a vector electromagnetic wave, as conventional theory would predict. It breaks into shadowy, virtual vectors which are not integrated.
Rigorously vector fields cannot exist in a vacuum, but can only exist on an observable mass. A "shadow" vector field can exist in a vacuum. In the absence of observable mass, it exists as small virtual vectors, each existing as a virtual particle in the vacuum. Such a "shadow" vector field may be regarded as two coupled scalar fields, where the coupling is performed by the virtual particle flux of which the vacuum itself consists.
If this same holds true for the collective unconscious, it may be a physical analog for the unintegratable aspects of the archetypes in human personality. Resonating standing scalar waves in the brain may be the physical interface for archetypes. Since the vectors of vector equilibrium represent the paths of least resistance, they may represent preferred pathways in the brain, as suggested by the chronic reappearance of archetypal patterns.
Classical brainwaves are only the residue or "spillage" waves of the brain. The important activity is in the specific patterning of the vector zero summations of the myriads of ion discharges. Every "discharge ion" constitutes a small EM force vector.
The summation of these vectors is largely zeroed; however, the patterns formed by all these tiny components are not random. The intent and will of the human being is expressed in the changes in the patterning of these dynamic substructures. Present EM brain wave theory does not touch the basic "thought patterns," which are scalar in nature.
Consciousness refers, among other things, to the intersecting stream of monocular, one-at-a-time virtual projections into the mind from the quantum changes of photon interactions upon the body sensors [to be explained more fully later].
Memory gives the entity the illusion of moving through time. In the absence of deeper understanding, the individual consciously sees itself as a separated physical object moving and changing in time with respect to other separated objects that it perceives.
The "externality" of certain changes in the physical world is due to the lack of mental control or influence over them. "Internality" of certain other changes is due to the ability to mentally control or influence them.
The ordinary conscious mind is a serial processor. Only one thing at a time is discriminated in its awareness. But the unconscious mind is totally conscious--but multiply so, since it is a parallel processor of many discriminations at once.
The linear mind cannot directly perceive the individual discriminations of the parallel processor, since THESE APPEAR ONLY AS A BLUR OR NOTHINGNESS to it. This is the mechanism of the barrier between the conscious and unconscious minds.
Projections from the unconscious onto the scenes of the conscious mind will thus appear symbolical--that is, having many hidden meanings at once. This is why our dreams, for example, appear to our conscious minds as weird and distorted, but highly symbolic in nature.
The mind is a world composed of separation events (waves, operations, processes) in unseparated being. We may model it as a physical universe, three orthogonal turns away from the ordinary physical universe, and tuned slightly selectively to one physical organism's body processes.
Eastern masters have always told us that all reality is mind-stuff. Now we can model that process. Mind anenergy is considered to be progressively collected, condensed, and kindled into denser substance and objects by rotation toward the ordinary physical world. Thus a piece of inert matter is simply condensed energy, which itself is condensed anenergy, which is condensed mind flux (crosstalk) from all minds [collective unconscious].
We may model the mind physically, or model the physical as mindstuff, eliminating the artificial dichotomy between mind and matter that presently is assumed in orthodox science.
The VEM and Diamond Body are psychotronic generators for amplifying and translating mindstuff. They are devices for producing observable effects by collecting, condensing, amplifying, and/or processing subtle anenergies or scalar waves. Psychotronic devices are virtual state engineering devices that process and utilize scalar EM waves of massless charge flux.
LIGHT AND TIME
A photon is the basic action quantum. It may be considered as an oscillation in and outof time. It may also be considered as a virtual pattern of positron/electron pairs. It is a piece of electromagnetic radiation when it interacts as a particle.
One half of the photon exists in and carries positive time (negative charge), and the other half exists in and carries negative time (positive charge). Thus, one half is "normal" and the other half is "time-reversed" (phase conjugated).
The photon may be considered as one cycle of an electromagnetic wave. The photon is the basic carrier of time. It consists of a piece of energy welded to a piece of time, with no seam in the middle. The passage of "time" thus moves at the speed of light, its carrier. When its magnitude diminishes below the quantum threshold, a photon becomes a virtual photon, whose emission and absorption cause charge on an electron.
Photon interaction is the absorption and emission of photons by particles or objects. The macroscopic world is created by this interaction, which is the basic quantum change interaction.
Scalar waves are emitted and absorbed by the nuclei of atoms, passing right through the electron shells without interaction. When we introduce additional scalar interactions beyond the ambient background, the nuclei change appreciably, though this level of physical reality may be far from stable.
This is the higher reality, and it is sensed by the scalar electromagnetic functioning of our nervous system. Unfortunately, this system outputs only to the deep unconscious, since it is highly multiocular. Thus our conscious mind, being monocular, does not perceive the most fundamental reality in which we exist.
"Time" is the special dimension in which multiple objects can exist simultaneously in the same interval. Time is multiocular and space is monocular. Our conscious mind is fitted to the monocular photon interaction. Being monocular, our conscious mind cannot be aware of time directly. For that reason we do not "see" time consciously. We do "see" it, however, unconsciously.
The true meaning of being "lost" is to be separated from the consciousness of the All, which is separation of our conscious, gross sensing from our finer, more subtle, and infinitely richer--and unconscious--scalar sensing of ultimate reality. Because the effect of photon emission is "carrying away time," it forms a filter between our senses and fundamental reality.
This time-differentiation of fundamental reality, eliminates our ability to detect those things which occupy time but not normal 3-dimensional space--such as mind, thought, etc. Almost all our thoughts, concepts, words, and ideas are fitted to this partial reality--and this is the universal human problem and delusion. Einstein alleged that our language demands Cartesian coordinates, and thus limits our thinking.
We see a spatial universe of separated spatial objects, while in actuality we exist in an undifferentiated single wholeness. The mindworld and the physical world (mind and matter) have in common the same time dimension. Dynamic movements in each result in small crosstalk being projected into the other world, a crosstalk so small as to be virtual and normally unmeasurable.
The photon interaction invokes a time-differentiating operation, stripping away or suppressing the time dimension, resulting in a spatial reality or objective reality being perceived or observed. In the process it separates mind and body by destroying the only common connection or channel.
The photon interaction is the agent that creates objectivity itself. The photon interaction separates spacetime into space and time exclusively. An object, being something which occupies space, is thus timeless.
Objects do not exist in time, because the union of an object with time constitutes spacetime, which cannot be perceived, detected, or observed. Only changes in (derivations of) spacetime can be perceived, detected, or observed, but not spacetime itself. That with which light has not interacted is not objective.
The concept of mass is not a function of time, but only a function of space. It is thus three-dimensional. The photon is also three-dimensional, but one of its dimensions is the time dimension. When the photon strikes the mass and is absorbed, one portion is turned into mass by orthorotating one turn.
Its compound nucleus of spacetime is not perceivable. When a photon is re-emitted, it may or may not be of the same frequency and energy as the previously absorbed photon, depending on the absence or presence of any other perturbations. A small bit of spatial mass is orthorotated which turns the bit of mass into a small piece of energy. In the rotation a small piece of time is bitten off and yields a quantum of action, which now constitutes a photon. Photon emission thus strips away the time dimension, leaving a spatial object.
EINSTEIN POINTED OUT THAT THE VELOCITY OF AN OBJECT MAY BE VISUALIZED AS ROTATION OF AN OBJECT IN HIGHER DIMENSIONAL SPACE. VISUALIZED AS SPATIAL ROTATION RATHER THAN ROTATION TOWARD THE TIME AXIS, THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT IN A VACUUM MERELY CONSTITUTES THE ROTATION OF A PIECE OF MASS BY AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES TO THE LINE OF MOTION, IN THE LAB SPACE IN WHICH WE VISUALIZE THE PHOTON (THE ROTATED PIECE OF MASS) AS MOVING.
The spacetime compound nucleus has now once again been separated into spatial and time components. Time is moving with the photon. And that is why time moves or flows at c, the speed of light in a vacuum. Time is carried only by the photon and photon interaction with an object produces that object's march through time.
We perceive stability within change because we cannot detect, perceive, or observe the compound nucleus of spacetime in the middle. Thus we experience change as a thing becoming something else, but still being the same thing.