The Principle of Quantum Entanglement, Superposition, and the Many Worlds Theory of Parallel Dimensions

Whatever model we use for interpreting phenomenon associated with universal laws forms the basis for how we come to understand them in the practical sense of applying them to our everyday life as a means of creating the reality necessary for “experiencing them”. Many diverse models that pertain to specific scientific disciplines have been developed as the “mental concepts” necessary to help understand how the same fundamental group of universal laws operate fluently on different levels and scales in forming what we perceive as a “single reality”. Each discipline uses different elements, symbols, and terminology to form a unique interpretation that’s designed to explain the processes being conducted by invisible forces that work to form the underlying energetic substrata of our material world. In order to understand any theory we have to be able to identify the principles involved that the model being used serves to demonstrate, and not mistake the concepts being used as the “knowledge itself”. Once we’re able to grasp the principle being illustrated through a particular model and type of language, we can come to understand how that same principle applies and plays out in all disciplines which exist as correlations to each other.

The same principles that are at work in the atomic, microscopic level of reality, are also working in a similar fashion at the cosmic, macroscopic level, because the atomic level is what forms the basis for all lifeforms that naturally arise and are maintained throughout the cosmos. While scientists have a predominant tendency to confine themselves to describing things in terms of scientific models used for conducting laboratory experiments, building correlating hypothesis based on the same type of experiments, I’m going to move these same ideas out of the laboratory setting and into our daily life as a means of forming a practical understanding of how they work in forming our daily experiences. What’s really going on in the general sense is we’re using different ideologies in describing the same phenomenon, causing them to seem different. As a scholar of spiritual sciences, I realize that the same principles being discovered and theorized in quantum physics form the basis for the universal sciences of Ancient Wisdom, with the only real difference being the concepts, models, and language used in describing them in terms of how they function as both a mental and physical process.

One of the things you want to always keep in mind when dealing with modern scientific methods is that it tends to only address the physical aspect of any phenomenon, which always comes as the result or “effect” of an intelligent force that’s “causal in nature”. This invisible force constructs and energy field that serves as the building plan or holographic, 4-dimensional model for constructing a complementary material form as a mirror image of itself, that allows it to perceive itself as an expanded outer reality (on a larger scale) of the same nature, while also serving as a material vehicle for inhabiting and expressing through. This idea has been beautifully described as “the ghost within the machine”, and in esoteric terms as the “etheric double” or “subtle body” formed by the soul as an image of itself that provides the blueprint for not only constructing the physical body as a mirror image of itself, but also the “frequency” as a “mental state” that forms an electromagnetic field as a “universal theme” that organizes an outer light matrix into a corresponding pattern on a greater, and more inclusive level.

I’m going to briefly include the concepts used in spiritual sciences (Sacred Geometry) that represent the same principles currently being described in quantum physics, in which this seemingly magical, invisible force as a dynamic living field of consciousness, we call the universe, is the same field of subtle energy commonly referred to as the “mind and soul”. I’m also going to connect ideas that are correlated to each that either work by the same principles or are different aspects that play an intricate role in forming a greater, more inclusive creative process. Scientific processes whose primary focus is on what we call material aspect of reality often don’t know how to incorporate the invisible activity of the mind into their scientific formulas and theories, because it appears paradoxical in the most basic sense, and they hold themselves to a fundamental rule called the “scientific method”.

The scientific method basically states that the same process as an established method must be used by a group of different people in being able to produce the same or equivalent results in order to know if it’s “true or not”. Accuracy, in terms of science, is based on consistency. This of course includes people with different paradigms and from different walks of life using the same general processes, whose “success” is based on forming the same observations that lead to forming the same or similar conclusions. So naturally when it’s discovered that how something “appears (forms) and behaves (functions)” is based on a unique variable produced by the mind interacting with it, or acting “on it”, things become a bit dicey and generalized theories and generic processes go out the door. They’ve even developed “principles” to describe this phenomenon called the “uncertainty principle”, the “principle of hidden variables”, and “interference patterns”, and now we’ve developed one called the “many worlds theory”.

Many of the assumed “rules” that scientific endeavors hold themselves to or use to either prove or disprove a new theory formed through an observation, are not facts at all, but are merely theories that have become accepted as facts. A good example of this is the law regarding the speed of light. We already know that many processes seem to occur at speeds faster than light, yet these discoveries are either ignored, thrown out as not being consistent with other findings, or disproved by using another theory that contradicts it. This also becomes frustrating for scientists because once the individual mind becomes included in the overall process, every result comes as a variable of a common idea, that predisposes a whole new set of possible conclusions. I’m going to focus this discussion primarily on the “mental aspect” of quantum mechanics, and what it tells us about the “mind-body relationship”, which is directly correlated with the dynamic relationship between energy (consciousness) and matter.

Energetic Entanglement, Polarity, and Wave-Particle Duality

Energetic entanglement is a term used to describe the fundamental principle of polarity and vibration, which basically recognizes the fact that all particles come (pop) into existence as polarized twins and display the behavior of being both a particle (substance) and a wave at the same time formed as an “energetic state”. This means that each twin aspect “spins” in the opposite direction of its correlated aspect. These twin – entangled particles are either “born together” or become intimately fused through merging and combining energetically (mentally) so they vibrate at the same frequency. Due to spinning at the same speed and ratio in opposite directions, where one is positive and spins clockwise, and the other is negative and spins counterclockwise, they counterbalance each other and the “sum” of their spin forms what’s called “zero-point energy”, which forms a stable and coherent construct of light (hologram).  

Wave-particle duality and “polarized twins” that are energetically entangled, leads to the idea of a “local and nonlocal” position within the wave aspect of the space-time continuum formed. This “wave-function” expands outward equally in all directions at once from a central axis, as a homogeneous process that’s consistent (coherent) throughout the entire waveform, where the part contains the full information (qualities, attributes, and characteristics) of the whole, and the whole is reflected equally in each part that its comprised of. This dynamic feature is referred to as the Holographic Principle, which is fundamental in the sense that it describes the very fabric and substrata of the universe and reality itself. This means there’s no instance or area of reality where these principles are not playing out as the causal force and substance that’s self-generating, self-perpetuating and self-sustaining, while also acting “on itself” to evolve itself through variables that are created through an interaction with other coherent systems of a similar frequency.  

This primary universal principle is represented in spiritual sciences as the “Monad”, conceptualized as a circle (sphere) with a dot (central axis) in the center, the same symbol used to represent the Sun. The Monad represents the mind and soul (two different terms used to describe the same entity), which is the fundamental force of all creation. The created world of energetic phenomenon results from the regeneration and self-replication of the Monad (mind) in dividing itself into complementary, polarized aspects of itself (conscious and subconscious), forming the Dyad as a projection and outer (complementary) image of itself. The Dyad, symbolized by 2 polarized aspects of the mind overlapping each other, connected by the same central axis (intrinsic nature), is considered the “parent principle” that births all other laws through a process of regeneration, and is called the “womb of the universe” out of which all material form is birthed as an “aspect (image) of itself”. This allows the soul to perceive itself as a greater, unified whole (light matrix), which is necessary in order to “experience itself” as something specific. It sits within the center (axis) of its own dynamic creation, viewing it equally from all angles as a means of experiencing itself on multiple levels and scales at once.

Entanglement is based on “states”, which can be understood as vibratory frequencies, each of which contain a 4-dimensional hologram (model-pattern) and a self-organizing force that assembles the model into a coherent field of light as a “reality”. While we tend to think of light as being an illumination, like all cosmic forces, it’s also polarized and has what we can call both a “light and dark aspect”. It only becomes illuminated when reflecting off dust particles in the atmosphere, or when it’s refracted through the crystalline properties of water that forms moisture in the atmosphere. When we go outside of the Earth’s atmosphere into outer space, the medium of space itself is not illuminated by sunlight and appears dark or black. The sun appears as a ball of light off in the distance, just like all stars appear when being viewed from a distance. It looks like a ball of electrified plasma hanging in midair generating nuclear energy as a fiery, volcanic-like substance. Light also has a hidden, internal nature as the rainbow colors of the spectrum, called visible light, which forms when being refracted through the atmosphere and bent at a specific angle. When lights not being refracted, its invisible, and appears as “illuminated empty space”.

When sunlight enters the moist atmosphere surrounding the Earth, some of its rays are “absorbed and assimilated” by particles, while other rays are reflected outward, forming the color and outer appearance it takes on. The part of the rays that are absorb through sympathetic resonance are always the complementary colors that make up its outer appearance. The inner mind appears to be dark, while the outer mind is illuminated. The light that’s absorbed inward appears as a phosphene luminescence posed against a black background that resembles empty space, that’s in a constant swirling or pulsating motion, similar in appearance to the nebula of galaxies formed in space. The part of light spectrum that’s absorbed internally is dark, while the reflected aspect of the same light spectrum, appears as an outer illumination. This same effect can be observed by staring at a colored object or shape for a few minutes, and then closing your eyes, and you’ll see an impression of the same object in the complementary color. The inner and outer world is formed as complementary opposites of each other.

  

What’s referred to as an ”energetic state” can be thought of as a mental field (sphere) whose constitution is comprised of a select group of attributes and qualities that imbue it with specific characteristics (properties) as a distinct entity that has a set of natural behaviors and functions associated with it, while also emitting a greater outer field that surrounds it as the universal theme associated with its character. This “archetypal theme” provides the corresponding outer reality as the ideal setting for the soul to express in forming particular types of experience through an ongoing and consistent story-line. The inner constitution and outer reality projected as it’s complementary aspect, exist as a coherent field of highly organized light that forms an archetypal matrix on multiple levels and scales simultaneously. All of which are born out of, formed as an ongoing evolutionary process of growth and development, and maintained for the duration of a lifetime, by the “mind” (soul).

The mind also exists on multiple levels and scales simultaneously as the individual or personal mind, the group mind of the family and society, the world or planetary mind of Nature and the human race, and the cosmic or universal mind. The soul, which is synonymous with the mind, also exists on multiple levels and scales simultaneously, connected through “memory of itself” as a single state, referred to as the lower, mammalian soul, the evolutionary, human soul which is eternal and reincarnates, and the universal or cosmic soul which is archetypal in nature and forms the basis for life itself which emerges spontaneously out of the aether, or what we now call the quantum plenum. A mental state is different than a “mood” or emotional state in that it’s formed out of all the experiences accumulated and integrated up to the present moment as the “memory” that forms our mental paradigm. Whereas our mood comes as more of an emanation or effect being radiated by our mental paradigm based on fluctuations in our mental state.

    

Interference

Superposition and Interference Patterns

These states, which exist as an invisible field of charged energy (electrified plasma), out of which matter “emerges” and is coagulated into an outer form as a reflection, can also be thought of as “archetypes” (root patterns), or an archetypal composite, which forms through a dynamic combination of correlated states that form what is now call “superposition” in quantum physics. Most entangled states are mixed to some degree in that they consist of multiple types of pure states, called “quantum correlations”. When two or more correlating states comprised of corresponding properties are combined, they begin vibrating in harmony and form a “new state” that still maintains the dominant, corresponding attributes of each one forming a new archetypal formula as an intrinsic design formed out of “electrified or charged substance”. This is the first state of a new formation as electrified plasma that begins coagulating into a gaseous phosphene-like substance, and then a fluid-like substance that crystallizes into what appears as a solid object.    

The term superposition refers to a composite system of correlated states that express as a “sum” of local constituents. This idea is illustrated through a hierarchical structure where correlated states are superposed over each other, as one placed on or above another one (exist within the same space in different dimensions) and they merge, blending with each other to form an expanded “range of vibration” as a higher frequency. This concept can be thought of as a series of vertical planes, where they occupy the same place and space only on a higher or lower dimension, or as concentric circles where one sphere or plane is contained within a larger one of the same or correlated state. This creates the idea of a gradient scale of correlated states as a range of higher and lower vibrations of the same idea, similar to a musical scale formed as a progression, where each state represents a possibility for forming the same idea as a unique variation. When two states (archetypal qualities) combine or fuse together, a new state is produced that contains new possibilities that expands its range of expression.


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A state that exists as a “closed system” (solitary) remains coherent, and only changes states by combining with an outside force or element. It can only merge into and energetically combine with systems that are vibrating at a similar frequency and that are within a close enough range where they can be drawn in through resonance and gestated into a coherent state. Any vibration that’s not of a similar state of mind or within close enough range, is repelled or cast off and can’t be successfully integrated. Any frequency vibrating in close enough proximity to be inducted, causes the system to briefly decohere, where it changes its vibration through the integration of a correlated frequency, and within a short interval they begin vibrating in harmony with each other forming an altered state for both.

The principle of vibration, sympathetic resonance, and coherence is conceptualized as an interference pattern, where two fields of a same or similar state merge into each other, and depending on their phasing, cancel out some aspects while amplifying and multiplying other ones, forming a new pattern as a shared state or frequency. These same principles as a visual concept is portrayed in Spiritual Sciences by the Dyad, which is the merging and combining of polar opposites of the same frequency or idea, combining with itself (same qualities) as another, forming the Triad as the “internal representation” of a new idea or pattern (variation) that provides a mental map for organizing an outer (lower) reality (coherent field of light) of the same nature.

All material forms are accompanied by an energetic double or twin, also called its “soul or spirit”. The term spirit is used to recognize and discuss the invisible forces and archetypal intelligences that construct and hold together the material world, and the term soul is the holographic blueprint formed out of “memory” of itself. Every aspect of the cosmos, no exceptions, is “alive” and possesses some form of intelligence and degree of consciousness. All organic matter is accompanied by an energy field comprised of memory that provides the means and template for undergoing a constant process of life, death, and regeneration as an automated self-perpetuating process of growth and development. These synchronized stages of development provide us with a plethora of experiences that all emerge out of a universal theme.

Superposition is a term used to describe an object as existing in multiple states all at once as waveform that contains all possibilities (variables) for that object, and only through a relationship formed by mental coupling does the wave of possibilities “collapse” into one possibility. An object exists in a latent state of infinite possibilities until it’s observed (perceived). The mind observing it resonates (vibrates it) with the possibility that matches its mental paradigm, influencing how it forms and “appears” to the person perceiving it. This same object in the same place being observed by multiple people, will appear different to each one based on their mental paradigm, which is what forms their “perceptual lens”. There’s no such thing as an “objective reality” that exists independent of the individual mind observing and interacting with it. All reality is a “subjective construct” that forms an outer reflection of our mental paradigm and is fundamentally a “personal creation” being formed by our mind at the subtle level. As we “conceive” an idea, we mould it to our mental paradigm, modifying it to form a personalized variation. Reality, in the most basic sense, is formed by our perception of it. Even as quantum physicists, the only way we have of knowing if something is true or not, and therefore “real”, is if two or more people “appear” to be seeing the same thing.

Systems can also be entangled through multiple states and behave in a similar way as correlated dynamics. States not only have patterns and a self-assembling mechanism inherent in them, they also have correlated activities and function through the same universal themes as behavioral dynamics. This is because a system is formed initially by a single state (cell) that reproduces itself (multiplies) dozens, hundreds, thousands, or even billions of times to form what appears as a single unit or greater operating system. One of the easiest ways to understand this idea is by looking at our own physical body. Our body starts off as a “single cell” encoded with a genetic formula (etheric blueprint) that reproduces itself to form two cells, which also reproduces forming four cells, which reproduce to form eight cells, and so on, as a continuous process of self-generation by “dividing and doubling” to produce billions of cells that are all of the same energetic state.

Each cell, when reproduced, differentiates in order to perform a specialized function in a greater whole. We then view them as separate cells that form different parts of a much larger system, rather than a system comprised of a “single cell” that self-replicates each time as a unique variable that’s designed to perform a specialized function in a larger system. When looked at from this perspective we can easily call ourselves a “single cell organism” and be intrinsically correct. This same process can be understood as the creation of the universe, galaxies, star systems, solar systems, and planetary bodies. Entanglement is the interconnectedness of the part with the whole that is at once determining it while being determined by it. The intergalactic connectedness of all sentient beings that make up a greater whole are ultimately comprised of the same essence (starlight), vibratory frequency, and mental state.

The Aether and the Quantum Plenum

What used to be viewed scientifically as a “vacuum of empty space”, turns out to not be empty at all, but is teaming with “information” as energy in a neutral, subtle, or potential state. Space itself is more like a medium of subtle energy (energy that has no physical properties that can be measured) that exists in a state of probability, and only becomes “organized” into something specific when interacted with by a charged, organized field (mental paradigm) of consciousness. This electrical interaction works through the principle of entanglement as wave-particle duality, where states always have both an electric and magnetic component that are polarized aspects of each other, and their interaction is formed as a relationship. There are basically 3 forces always at work in forming a single construct as a coherent field of ordered and organized information, and these are electric, magnetic, and neutral (protons, neutrons, electrons), which in the grand scheme of things are different aspects and functions of the same mind and essence on a larger, more universal scale.

What we used to refer to as the “vacuum of space-time” is now referred to as the “quantum plenum”, which is a form of “subtle energy” out of which organized (living) systems ultimately “emerge” and come alive with activity. This same medium of cosmic intelligence is referred to in spiritual sciences as the Astral Plane of the mind through which living intelligences as archetypes exist in a “latent” state of pure potential, and only become formed into a material construct when being energetically interacted with by the individual mind. This astral field of the mind is also polarized and exists simultaneously on two levels as parallel dimensions that are intertwined as a superposition, called the conscious and subconscious aspect of the same higher mind, the universal and personal, and the mortal and immortal soul. The upper part of this plane contains the energetic substrata as a field of vivified essence (attributes and properties) that forms the electrical blueprint (frequency) as an invisible hologram that provides the builders plan for constructing the material body. This holographic blueprint is called the astral or etheric body of the soul, and the “phantom” that accompanies DNA, used for not only constructing and regenerating the physical body out of memory, but also emanating a correlated outer reality formed out of the same memory as a waveform.

The Ether of the Mind

A vacuum isn’t an absence of energy, where it’s truly “empty”, it’s where the background field is in its lowest energy state as a form of neutrality. This is the same realm referred to as the “ultimate realm” of pure spirit being “unformed”, and therefore non-existent, while also providing the basis (information) out of which all life forms “emerge” and take shape as living entities. What wave-particle duality shows us is there’s no fundamental difference between the behavior of energy and matter because they behave simultaneously as both substance and waves. Correlated particles emerge out of the plenum (invisible field), exist momentarily, and then resolve back into it (they pop in and out of existence in a wave-like motion). This can be thought of metaphorically as the process we go through in running a variety of scenarios through our mind in order to make a decision, and once the decision is made, the variables not chosen dissolve back into the field of latent possibilities.  

This same energetic phenomenon describes not only how our personal reality systematically emerges out of our “mental state” as a correlation, but also the process that takes place when we’re both born into a physical body, and then return to a pure mental state as a conscious field of memory when our body dies. Anything that takes on a physical form has an inherent life expectancy and is therefore temporary and mortal, whereas the consciousness as an energetic field that forms the spatial map for the material form, and exists on a higher, parallel plane its indigenous to, is eternal and immortal, and simply forms the energetic basis (recorded memory) for another form to systematically emerge and take shape as an ongoing evolutionary process of becoming. Energy as consciousness is what assembles, holds together, and maintains the material constructs that also act to confine and imprison it. Once the form is disintegrated and dissolves, the energy is “released” and free to produce a new form.

All reality exists in a fundamental state of probability. At the fundamental level it exists in a neutral state of pure potential, with infinite possibilities for creating as a unique variation each time it’s made manifest. It exists in a superposition of states simultaneously, containing all possibilities for formation, and doesn’t take on a distinct form until it’s “looked at” or “mentally observed”. It’s only through observation as an interaction that the wave of infinite potential and possibilities is collapsed around a single possibility and takes on the appearance that reflects back to the observer its own mental construct as a “reflection of itself”. But the “self” being referred to here isn’t the body or physical appearance, it’s the “mind”, which is the field of coherent memory that forms their paradigm. Our paradigm vibrates at a specific frequency that’s unique to us and determines how we experience ourselves as our life. The vibration of our paradigm determines the patterns formed as an ongoing life theme that acts on the field around us to vibrate and call forth in an active state of expression only what can be used to form the outer reality that matches our inner state. As we connect the outer with the inner as a continuous field of the same idea, we form an experience of our “self” through the reality formed by our thoughts and expectations. Whatever we believe to be true, determines how we act on the field of infinite possibilities around us to reflect back to us the reality of our beliefs as a means of experiencing them.

Our mind is formed as a holographic model that vibrates at a particular frequency and consistently orders (filters by activating) and organizes the outer field of light into a coherent construct, forming it into a personalized version as a finite possibility. All reality as we’re capable of “knowing it”, is formed through our “perception”, and our perception is formed through a dynamic series of mental filters (superposition of correlated states) that act to only “see”, abstract (vibrate) and pull out of the ether what matches and can be used to construct the outer reality that reflects back to us our inner reality. All material forms are created and maintained through the interaction of polarized fields.

Ethereal phenomenon doesn’t behave according to the traditional principles of physics because it usually only deals with the material aspect (effect), while leaving out or ignoring the wave-like, mental aspect, which is “causal” in nature. What we refer to as our “consciousness”, which can also be thought of as our soul’s essence and true existence, is ethereal (invisible) and hidden, and manifests as waves of consciousness. The observer and what’s being observed are different parts of the same event. There’s no meaningful or accurate way to separate or consider them as independent of each other, because they’re twin aspects of same thing, and exist in relationship with each other as a coherent and stabilized field of light. This is easy to recognize by the fact that two people who are apart of the same situation or happening will “see it” in a different way that creates a unique experience of it. No two people see the world the same way, the only thing that’s similar is a generalized idea about it that we all share in common. Public education and academia work to try and remedy this problem by teaching everyone the same ideas using the same type of models as a way of cultural and global conditioning.

Multiple systems can also be entangled causing them to behave in a correlated manner, where they play off each other by moving in-sync with each other. Any change introduced causes the systems to decohere, becoming chaotic and confusing, until its brought back into an organized state through a newly employed ritual or behavioral pattern that provides them with a new way of functioning. Any change introduced gradually in small increments are easily incorporated in a harmonious manner, gradually changing how the system operates. This same principle of entanglement applies to all systems, no matter how great or small, from subatomic particles to whole biological Eco-systems, to solar systems, galaxies, and the cosmos as a whole, because it’s all based on “correlated states.

Zero Point Energy and the Multiverse – Many Worlds Theory

Electrons and particles always emerge spontaneously out of the aether as polarized, electromagnetic twins that spin in opposite directions, and can only be reconciled through a third element. The interaction of polarized twins always produces a third element as a neutral or coherent state that combines them. If the state of one fluctuates or changes, the other instantly changes in the exact same way without any interference or direct interaction. One particle spins clockwise as a positive charge or number, while the other one spins in a counterclockwise motion as a negative charge or number, and when combined cancel each other out, resulting in a “sum spin of zero”. They always counterbalance each other forming what appears as a stable, stationary field of light as the “reality” inherent in their energetic state. The sum of their plus and minus spin always reduces to zero forming a coherent wave of energy.

A vibratory frequency is always comprised intrinsically with a pattern-idea and a self-organizing mechanism, which assembles the idea into an outer material form that encases or houses the energetic force (spirit) that constructed it, and together they produce a dynamic living being as a mind-body system. This mind-body system is coherent when it functions as a closed system, but when it interacts with another coherent system outside of it, where the two mind-fields blend into each other, an interference pattern is formed, where only the correlated aspects that are of a similar frequency interact, canceling out some attributes while amplifying others, forming a new state as a combination, which likewise shifts the reality of both to form a joint experience.

The Multiverse or Many Worlds Theory basically recognizes that as soon as the “potential” exists for any object to be in “any state”, the “universe of that object” transmutes into a series of dynamically correlated parallel universes (dimensions) equal to the number of possible states in which the object can exist, with each universe or world containing a unique single possible state of that object. There’s a greater cosmic medium (aether) and mechanism for interaction between these worlds that somehow allows all states to be accessible in some way and for all states to be affected in the same manner. This theory is difficult to grasp in the most basic sense when we work only from the material aspect of an idea, but it can be at least intuitively understood when we approach it from the purely mental aspect, which is the “causal factor” that determines which possibility becomes manifested.

Anytime we want to make a change or create something new in our life, we start by running all the possibilities we can think of through our mind as imaginary scenarios in order to make a decision as to which one we want to go with. We play them out as possibilities for producing a new or altered version of our current life situation. Each possibility represents an alternative reality that will “branch off” from our existing reality to form a new “timeline” as a “way of being” that will bring new types of experiences. Each one of these is a possibility for reforming and transmuting our current life path as an altered state of mind. Once we consider all our options, we make a decision as to which one we like the best, and then proceed to take the action necessary to bring it about as a new type of life experience. Not only did we create and set in motion a whole series of possibilities, each of which represented a world of its own as a parallel dimension, we also acted, first mentally and then physically, to manifest and bring about the “universe” of our decision. We literally manifested a new version of our current life situation by altering our state of mind.

In the Multiverse Theory, not only did each possibility exist within the aether as a “state”, but was set in motion as a timeline of its own that continues to propagate through the medium of the aether, which “is” the subtle energy of the mind, and remain correlated (entangled) as they continue along different timelines or pathways because they “originated” from the same act of creation involving the same idea and point in time. All possibilities are born out of a state, and all states have an infinite number of possibilities for producing a reality. Not only do the timeline or virtual memory of each imaginary scenario continue to exist, but the timeline as the path you were currently on also continues as an alternate or parallel reality, because it’s all based on energetic states formed in the mind.

Space-time is a quantum system of entanglement and superposition of correlated states that resonate in harmony with each other. Mental states are formed out of an archetypal matrix and form a superposition of entangled states as a hierarchy. An archetypal matrix is formed as a unique combination of attributes and qualities developed to different degrees and according to different dynamics or applications, that form our internal nature as a coherent and consistent “state of mind”. Superposition represents multiple states of the same thing that exist simultaneously and are superimposed over each other or layered as a hierarchical structure of parallel dimensions that all form different possibilities for the same universal theme.

Humans have wave-substance duality as our mind-body system, which is composed of polar twins (positive and negative) of the same memory, and together produce and maintain a coherent light matrix as both our inner and outer world, which are extensions of each other formed out of the same state that manifests simultaneously on multiple planes and scales as both substance and a wave. These parallel planes that are energetically (consciously) correlated with each other form what’s called the higher conscious mind and lower subconscious, which are polar aspects of the same superconscious mind, all of which exist as parallel dimensions that form a gradient of vibration as a scale. We’re always dealing with 3 aspects that exist simultaneously on 3 levels, while performing different functions in creating the same thing as a coherent construct of astral light (reality).

The higher plane is archetypal and original in nature, the middle plane and lower plane are polar aspects of the higher one, and the middle, conscious mind acts as a medium for performing a step-down process that vibrates at a frequency that’s in between the higher and lower and acts to unite them. The middle mind vibrates at a pure enough (non-personal) frequency to “draw in” the divine archetypal ideas of the higher frequency, and modify them by adapting them to the frequency of the lower mind, where they can be made manifest as a coherent reality that serves as a dynamic reflection of the archetypal soul. The divine is made manifest through a process of energetic transduction as an interpretation by adapting and thereby modifying the vibration to the level of the lower mind, forming a coherent field of superposed states. The lower dimension forms an outer reflection of the higher dimension, allowing the universal soul to perceive and experience itself.

Dr. Linda Gadbois



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Quintessence – The Fifth Element of the Pentad, Self-Perfection, and the Holographic Principle

The term “quintessence”, which can be translated as meaning the fifth element or essence, symbolizes the idea of an “ideal” as a prototype formed by bringing divine qualities into perfect expression. It represents what you can think of as a state of “self-perfection”, achieved by using your higher mind to transform weaknesses into strengths as a means of purifying your essence as your intrinsic nature. What we commonly refer to as our “soul” is formed as an “archetypal matrix” comprised of a unique formula of attributes and qualities that make up our “character”, energetic constitution, and essential nature, out of which all our thoughts, feelings, and actions naturally form as a means of self-expression. This idea forms what’s called the fifth element of the aether or mind, which is formed by coalescing the four primary elements (fire, water, air, and earth) of the subtle plane into a single element, where four are made into one.

The 5th element of the aether and the principle through which it operates is symbolized esoterically by the pentagram, which holds the 4 elements in an ordered, balanced, and symmetrical state as a mental construct. The aether, like the mind of which it’s an inherent part, exists as a field of archetypal information as “ideas” in their potential state, that populate the luminiferous aether as possibilities for expression in order to produce particular types of experience. The concept formed by the pentagram as a five-pointed star within a circle, represents the mind (circle) as encompassing and infusing the 4 elements (lower triads) into a 5th element. Our mind exists as a “field of information” formed into a cohesive “memory” as our mental paradigm that vibrates at a particular frequency, and is what forms the “perceptual lens” that we look through to see the reality formed by our paradigm.  

When we use the term “planes”, which represent a hierarchical structure of higher and lower planes that exist as interwoven “aspects” of each other, where one systematically evolves out of the other, we can also view this idea as larger fields that contain smaller fields within it that are all of the same “nature” as a vibratory frequency. This idea can be thought of as a larger field that regenerates itself as smaller fields formed out of the same type of information in a more concentrated and solidified state. For example, the mind is represented as originating and residing on a higher level that oversees the lower plane and contains the lower plane “within it” in its “entirety” as a whole cycle of formation (life cycle). This is because the mind is the “model” that’s constantly being used to “activate information” inherent in the greater group mind of mass consciousness, where selected bits of information are then formed into a unique whole that acts as a “mirror” for experiencing the reality of our own paradigm.

The 4 elements of esoteric sciences can also be thought of as the “4 states of matter”, which describe the process of generation where an invisible idea is used as an energetic form to coalesce light into outer shape of the same nature. The 4 states of matter, which describe a process of solidification, result from a “spark” (electrical impulse) that electrifies plasma (an invisible source of energy), causing it to begin organizing as a gaseous shape, that appears fleeting and ghost-like, and then becomes more concentrated and solidified into a liquid, flowing, unified movement of crystallized light, which then becomes solid as a biological, living entity. We can observe this same process of creation taking place on various time-lines throughout the universe as nebula that births star-systems, which ultimately represent archetypal energies that are impressed in the very fabric of space itself, and not only represent a psychological state, but also acts on “other minds” to influence them into the same state as a mode of operation or particular type of expression.

The mind is an invisible field of organized information (mental model) that acts as an electric charge (frequency) that electrifies plasma (etheric substance) causing it to form as a highly organized living system of information. It’s the “life energy” that constructs an “outer reflection” of itself within the astral plane, and is what animates its own form with life. The mind forms itself as an outer light body (shell) that it then uses as the means of perceiving and forming an experience of itself through its own mental construct. A body of light is created out of the 4 “states” matter (Primordial substance) goes through in forming into what appears as a solid, yet fluent physical body that it both encompasses and permeates, forming a pentagonal symmetry, where the 5th element of the mind (subtle body) resides on a higher plane or greater level and is what orders (selects), organizes (constructs), and animates (gives life to) the lower or outer plane of material formation, we call reality. All of what we perceive as a material reality (dimensional construct of light) operates through the principle of polarity, and just as the higher plane contains and maintains the entire lower plane within it as a reflection of itself, it also operates on the same plane (linear) to form an inner and outer, where the outer is being produced as a reflection of the inner. This is represented by the center of the star forming a pentad that’s a reverse image (orientation) of the outer form it’s acting to emanate and maintain as a stable construct. Once the outer is formed to reflect the inner as a projection, they’re then combined to form an “experience” as a process of self-regeneration, personal growth, and developing ourselves by way of our own expression.

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The Pentagram – Upright and Inverted

The 5-pointed star has always been used as a symbol of excellence and brilliance. It’s a symbol of superiority, power, and authority used for warding off or overcoming evil, represented by an inverted star where the elemental instincts driven by passions govern the mind. When inverted it forms the general shape of what we have come to perceive as the “devil”, which is also represented by the archetype known as Pan. The term “pan” means “all”, symbolized with horns (a divided mind), red hair, hooves, and a tail (a man combined with an animal), representing the lustful fertility of Nature, which induces frenzied excitement and panic or pandemonium (chaos and disorder). The upright star represents “mind over matter”, where the higher, human mind of rational thought and reasoning has control over the lower, animal mind of the subconscious, and when inverted represents the reverse, or resistance to positive qualities of excellence, purity, and goodness.

The pentagram represents “regeneration”, where the mind regenerates itself as an outer projection in order to experience and come to “know itself” through its own creation as a mirror image of itself. The principle of regeneration and growth comes as an incremental process of accumulating experiences of yourself that are built up over time and used to grow and evolve yourself. This process of self-evolution is represented by the Fibonacci Sequence of numbers, also called the Golden Mean, which represents harmony and beauty in how the “part” relates to the “whole”. The Golden Mean demonstrates how the most recent past forms the basis for the present, which are then combined to form the basis for the future as a natural process of growth and development that evolves itself through the “feedback” acquired from its own expression and activity. 1+1=2, we then add (combine) 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8, 5+8=13, 8+13=21, and so on.

The human body, when the arms and legs are extended to form an “X”, form the shape of a pentagram. This number, symbol, and idea correlates with the Heirophant of the Tarot, and Tiphareth on the Tree of Life, both of which represent the higher, conscious mind’s ability to govern and work through the lower mind as the means of experiencing itself. In Egypt the Pentagram was used to symbolize the “underworld” (Duat), which was represented as being “below” as the “foundation” out of which the material world was formed and held in place, setting the atmosphere and circumstances necessary for the activity of the higher mind to self-express as a means of “knowing itself” through its own outer reflection. This idea symbolizes our “spiritual arising” as the birth of the sun (star) into daylight, which provides us with a formula as a process for consciously conducting our own “rebirth”. We regenerate ourselves as a higher divine being by ruling over the elements of Nature, which are controlled and directed by “thought” and “will” – bringing order to chaos – and using our higher mind to purify and perfect ourselves. Stars and star-systems have a powerful impact on us psychologically and bear specific influences based on their position as a co-ordinance, their placement within the heavens, and the constellations they serve as a part in.

Fractal Patterns and the Nature of Mental Offspring

What science has come to call “fractal patterns” can be thought of as a “parent pattern” that reproduces itself as offspring that form the same “type or kind” of pattern, on a smaller scale. This idea of a parent-pattern (mental model) regenerating itself to produce a similar pattern, is the same way that our inner essence acts to produce itself (same pattern) as an outer reality, which then sets the stage for experiencing ourselves, and the experiences we formed serve to grow and develop us through the unique variations formed. Our outer reality is generated by our inner nature as a holographic pattern that’s used as the means for shaping the outer to be of an equivalent nature as the inner, setting the stage for the activity we engage in that allows us to “know ourselves” through the experience created. The part (inner self) and the whole (outer reality formed by the self) are the “same thing” on different scales and levels of existence, necessary in order to know ourselves through the outer reality of our own making. The part propagates wholes, and the whole propagates equivalent parts, both of which are formed out of the same “essence”. This forms the basis for fractal mathematics that demonstrate the creative process of the holographic principle of self-creation.

The Holographic Principle of Regeneration

 The pentagram represents the holographic principle of how the higher mind acts on the lower plane of the material world to shape it using the same attributes and qualities that it possesses. It describes how the inner forms the outer as a reverse image, held together by a “medium” formed as an energetic lattice or structuring mechanism (electromagnetic field) that allows us to perpetuate our own image as a means of “perceiving ourselves” through a greater whole formed out of the same archetypal matrix. Our archetypal matrix contains all the ingredients necessary for shaping our character which expresses naturally to tell a particular type of story by living it. Our inner nature forms our basic character, and our outer reality forms a corresponding stage and atmosphere for us to act out our life-story as a generalized theme. We shape everything around us to resemble us because we’re viewing it “through” our mental paradigm. One of the reasons we have trouble comprehending this is because we’re always working simultaneously out of both a conscious and unconscious state, and we tend to think of our “self” as being our body and physical appearance, rather than being our “mind” as a “mental model” that’s formed out of all our life experiences synthesized into a single idea that plays out as a “theme”.

What we call the “principle of formation” operates through vibration, which contains both the pattern (idea) and a self-assembling mechanism that constructs the idea into a 3-dimensional form. The “pattern” exists as a coherent 3-dimensional model or cohesive idea that vibrates at a frequency that’s unique to the pattern, and acts on the outer field of the group mind to only “vibrate” and call forth in an active state what “matches it” and can be used to assemble the same idea on a greater, more inclusive level. This process works through sympathetic resonance, which means it happens in a completely automatic (natural) way directly below the level of awareness. Each part is ordered in the same way as the whole, and is comprised of the same qualities and characteristics. A mental model is an invisible field of an energetic structure that activates only correlated (polarized) elements in everything else, which means we only perceive in the outer world what is of the same nature and idea as our inner world of thought and imagination. The inner and outer are symmetrical images of each other, where one (inner) forms a metaphor that plays out naturally through a larger, ongoing theme born out of the same qualities to produce a consistent type of experience.

Symmetry and the Principle of Phi

What we call “Phi” in science isn’t a number, it’s a “relationship” formed as an accumulative process of “halving and doubling”, that forms the basis for manifesting through a process of self-regeneration. It’s a self-replicating rhythm of “cause and effect”, where different sequences become more exact at different rates, forming “values”. It demonstrates a self-replicating system of dividing in half as an outward projection of yourself, similar to positioning mirrors so that they face each other. You can tell the “whole” by looking at the “part”, because the part contains the same values as the whole, and therefore resembles it. The part and the whole vibrate at the same frequency and act to organize the same model as a thematic idea on a smaller and greater level. All our thoughts and feelings propagate naturally out of our mental paradigm as an expression of it, and our perception of reality reflects back to us our own thoughts about it, which we then “interpret” using the same model that birthed them as a means of making them “mean something”. We interpret activities and events to give them meaning based on how we mold them into our ongoing story and narrative about things. We then translate our experiences into memory by molding them back into the same memory-model that formed them as an outgrowth, evolving it based on any new information attained. The same idea is acted out in many different situations and with different people, while still forming the same type of experience.

As two ideas or fields of information combine they naturally form a third element. A new field as a variation is formed through how polarized aspects of the same idea interact. This process is represented by the 4 elements, which are really comprised of 2 primary elements that combine to produce a 3rd, which is then concentrated through an evolutionary process to form a 4th. These 2 primary elements, which are polar opposites of each other, combine to form a complementary 3rd. The 2 primary elements are Fire and Water, which combine to form “Air”, which is the subtle light-body (atmosphere formed out of astral light) of the Earth. The earth element, which represents the manifestation of the “3 into 1”, is formed as a combination of light, water, and air, synthesized into a single form.

What we have come to call “reality” is formed by the interaction and relationship of 2 minds (fields of correlated information), where only the qualities they share in common actively express in forming a ”joint experience” of a “shared reality”. The basis for reality as an outer awareness can be thought of as an interaction formed between and individual mind (part) and a much larger and more inclusive group or universal mind. The universal mind, also called the Aether or astral field of “living memory”, contains all the information as attributes and qualities that form characteristics in a “latent state” of decoherence, and only forms into a coherent state when being “observed” (mentally interacting with) by the individual mind.

A coherent state means the information contained becomes organized into a light construct that’s of the same frequency (3-dimensional form) of the individual mind forming a relationship with it. The field of decoherent light (exists as what looks like a cloudy mist) is neutral in nature, not possessing any “active” component of its own, and exists in a chaotic and random state of “probability”, which means it forms the basis for an infinite variety of possibilities as a “wave-form” that’s only shaped into one possibility based on the mind interacting with it. Our energy field (frequency) is constantly collapsing the outer field into a coherent construct that forms a mirror image of our mental model, where we each experience a reality of our own making. This can be readily recognized by simply observing that every person who’s a part of the same event or situation “experiences” it in a different way that’s unique to them based on their own perspective, life-story, and mental paradigm.

 You can know the unknown aspects of any equation and situation by how they exist in relation to the “known parts” of the same equation. The Golden Mean represents the relationship where the whole and the part simultaneously relate to each other in the same way. If you take a line as a segment and you divide it into 3 equal parts (thirds), and you combine 2 of the parts to form a larger segment, each part is still “proportionately” the same. The 2/3 represent Phi, symbolized as a circle with a line dividing it in half, and the Golden Mean represents the remaining 1/3. All growth comes by regenerating ourselves to form an equivalent outer form that mirrors back to us our own mental creation as the means for experiencing ourselves and shaping ourselves by way of our own self-produced experiences. Phi represents the relationship formed as an accumulative process, where we combine consistently with the same essence as qualities in everything else to produce a unique variation of the same idea. We repeat this process indefinitely as a means of consistently producing new experiences of ourselves, which are then integrated back into our mental model, upgrading and evolving it to a more expanded and inclusive form of the same overall idea.

The pentagram represents the elements being held in perfect (symmetrical) balance as an “ideal”. 1+1=2 as a multiplication of 1, which then reproduces by doubling – 2+2=4, 4+4=8, 8+8=16 and so on – which is the process of cellular growth (mitosis), where one cell regenerates itself billions of times, each time differentiating to perform a specialized function in the greater whole of which it’s a part. It does this by using a “spatial map” as a hologram (body of synchronized information to form a system) that’s an invisible template used as a form of blueprint for intricately constructing a material replica of itself. Our soul exists as a field of concentrated memory acquired through an accumulative process of self-regeneration that’s “imprinted” in and on the Pineal gland, known as the “seat of the soul”, as a hologram or coherent field of crystallized memory (light) that acts not only as the “builders plan” for the body and personality, but also for the reality emanated through the brain and nervous system of the body. The subtle body, also called our etheric-double or astral body, exists and functions systematically through 10 primary principles, represented by the concept of the “Tree of Life” as 10 centers (spheres), 3 outside the body that encase the other 7, which form an energetic circuit as an axis for consciousness to function within the body. The 3 principle aspects of the mind that contain the other 7 within it, can be thought of as the Supernal or Superconscious that never enters into it’s own physical formation and always resides on the outer periphery formed by the 6 principles of the Formative Plane (2 Triads of the Conscious and Subconscious), which coalesce and manifest in the 7th.

Becoming Whole

All growth towards perfection comes as “ideal proportions”, where 2 combine to form a third as a cohesion of shared qualities. The large part is identical proportionately to the smaller part in terms of the properties that make up their constitution. We can understand how polarized planes function by realizing the upper plane is the whole and the lower plane is the “part” (body) located within the whole, where we live and experience ourselves within the reality of our own making. You can recognize your own “repressed nature” and the parts of your self that you’ve “disowned” by how they form a natural part of your outer reality and the relationship you form with them as a “reaction”. We disown, deny having, and refuse to express the parts of our us that have been judged as being bad or wrong by others. As we were judged for having certain traits, we also came to judge ourselves in the same way, where we refused to express them and denied having them as a result. Yet these repressed parts of our own nature are hidden within our subconscious mind and still form a natural part of our perception of the outer world. As we perceive them in others or as playing out in a situation, we form a reaction to them using the same judgment. The basis of what we call spiritual or psychological healing comes by recognizing the disowned parts of ourselves and using our rational mind of reasoning to find a way to bring them into expression in an appropriate and beneficial way.

Quintessence and the Process of Self-Perfection and Creation

The way to work consciously in being able to create our own experiences and develop our character in an intentional and deliberate way, is laid out for us through a model of complementary aspects called “vices and virtues”. Vices can be thought of as weaknesses and character flaws that form addictions and are destructive in nature, and virtues are strengths that empower us and provide us with the means for transforming weaknesses into strengths. We can act on ourselves to evolve ourselves to a higher and more divine nature by first recognizing what our weaknesses are and then intentionally employing the opposite trait as a means of transforming them. The other system that’s been laid out for us to use as a psychological means for developing ourselves to be of a more “divine nature” is the archetypes of the Zodiac (our archetypal matrix), and the pantheon of the gods of mythology. These systems portray an assortment of characters (gods) whose nature is formed out of a dynamic combination of qualities and characteristics that express to form natural behaviors as a way of functioning that play out naturally in telling a particular type of story as a way of creating ourselves through our ability to express divine qualities.

When we use divine, god-like qualities to shape ourselves through the experiences created while expressing them, we shape ourselves to be god-like and divine in nature. This comes by taking a quality as a way of being and concentrating on expressing it in the best and most accurate way you can. For example, you can choose a state of “calm”, and embody that quality as a “state of mind” and way of being where, no matter what situation you’re in as you go through your day, you use it to practice remaining cool, calm, and collected. No matter what’s going on around you or what’s being projected towards you, you stay focused and cultivate a sense of inner calm in relation to it. If you start reacting or taking on the attitude and emotions being actively expressed by others around you, catch yourself, realize what’s happening, and intentionally work within yourself to induce a state of peace and inner calm.

Take an attitude of developing skill in managing your own state of mind, and what you’ll realize pretty early into it is that it produces a similar affect on everything around you. By keeping yourself calm and relaxed you’ll tend to cause everyone else to feel calm in your presence. If volatile emotions are being expressed by someone near you, you can “neutralize” their emotions by simply not taking them on and allowing them to affect you, where, instead of amplifying them, you act to “mirror them back” to the person expressing them. This same process works with any quality, which is formed as a mental state, such as excitement and enthusiasm, joy and happiness, understanding and exercising compassion, feeling sad and discouraged, and so on. Pick a quality as a characteristic, and practice being that way until you perfect it within your own being. Cultivate it until you can induce it willfully as a means of determining and managing your own state of mind and creating new and more desirable experiences of yourself. As you consistently practice being a certain way, you begin acquiring new experiences which, when built up over time and accumulated in a consistent fashion become a natural part of your own character.

Modeling & Imitating – Becoming Like Another

We’re all born into the world as children with the natural ability to create ourselves through imitating and pretending to be like our favorite characters and super heroes, but as we mature, this gets taught out of us. If you’re not quite sure how to “be” a certain way, or what you need to do with your physiology as a means of embodying certain qualities, you can find someone who naturally displays the qualities you want to cultivate, and you can start by studying them to see how it is they do whatever they’re doing. For example, if you want to cultivate “confidence”, find someone you know that exudes an air of confidence, and ask yourself what are they doing that makes them appear confident? Notice how they hold their body, what their posture is, gestures, facial expression, tone and rhythm of their voice when they speak, how they talk, and how they conduct themselves as a normal way of being. Once you illicit the formula of behaviors, practice being that way yourself. Think of this in the same way you did when you were a kid and you were playing with friends by imitating your favorite movie characters.

As you begin embodying certain traits and qualities notice how it makes you “feel”. Keep working to perfect the behavior by adjusting what you’re doing until it makes you feel the way you want to feel. Once you get it just the way you want it, practice being that way repeatedly until it starts becoming natural and you develop it into a habit. Any behavior practiced consistently for a period of four to six weeks, becomes built into the muscle as memory, where you start doing it as your natural way of being. Also, keep in mind as you begin practicing new postures and ways of being that at first it’s going to feel awkward and unnatural. This is simply due to the fact that you haven’t become familiar with it and developed it into a habit yet. All of what we call ‘natural behaviors’ were formed through our conditioning as kids where we were trained by others around us to imitate the same character traits and behaviors being utilized by everyone who was a part of our family dynamic. Think of transformation as a form of “self-conditioning” where you start by forming a vision of yourself as what you consider to be the best version of yourself as your highest “ideal”. You can only “create” in an intentional manner when you have a vision and well-formed idea of what it is you’re creating. So you want to start by forming a vision of yourself as your highest possibility, and then ask yourself what new qualities you’ll need to develop in yourself in order to be that way, and what character flaws or weaknesses you need to transform by employing their complementary opposite as a virtue.

Dr. Linda Gadbois




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