Actual Existence of All That Is, and a Primer on its Manipulation
Life as an Energy Particle on a Wave.
Assertion: All living tings are made of particles. All particles are energy. An
organism can expend energy to the point of burning itself out into nonsimilar-existence.
Take a star for instance. A stars purpose in life is to burn energy. It will burn all
of the fuel and gases it is made of until it is dead. At that point of death, the star no
longer exists in its form of being a star.
The first law of thermodynamics stipulates that energy can neither be created nor
destroyed, it simply changes states. So the energy burnt off by the star is no longer a
star, it is just something else. It is like burning a piece of wood. All the energy of the
wood changes to smoke, ash, flame, and whatever else. And from those forms to other
forms and so on.
So as a human life ends, the energy contained within that life goes on to other
forms. It will become food for other life, it will decay to dust; it changes to some other
In the Myth of Sisyphus, Sisyphus was content with his lot in life. By pushing the
boulder over and over, he was happy. But why would I consider him to be so happy
with such a cursed fate. Perhaps it is because he knew that fate. As the boulder
reached the top of the hill, he knew it would roll back to the bottom and that he would
have to push it back up. Maybe it was the fear of actually pushing the boulder over the
top of the hill kept him content with continuously pushing the boulder up, because
maybe the next hill was steeper.
When we die our energy of existence does not just go away. It changes forms.
Perhaps what is on the other side of death is so great, or so horrible, that we forget
ourselves from life. Perhaps we already have.
Our life energy may have already changed over; after all, whatever energy we are
made of was not created for us. Other forms of energy came together to create this
thing we call ourselves.
So then why doesn’t the energy that makes us up remember what it was before it
became us? Because energy does not remember. Energy simply follows the path in
which it is exerted.
So then how do we remember things? This is a question of conscience.
Conscience is currently believed to be an intangible entity that maintains a connection
with the Absolute in order to maintain its own existence. But what happens to
consciousness? Is it a form of energy? I postulate that it is a form of energy. Simply
because we cannot power computers or make warmth with it does not mean it cannot
be. It is simply a form of energy not yet identified by philosophy, science, or religion.
In fig. 8 I show that as a life form we pass through existence, and then we die.
We know death is not the end of the energy that makes up life, so why must it be the
end of consciousness. Just as Sisyphus may have been afraid of what was to be, then
we may have intentionally destroyed the knowledge of the horrors that were. Or, since
consciousness cannot prove to itself that it has already existed before now, it
disregards the matter in attempt to continue its current existence (instead of dwelling
on what does not exist). We are all immortal when it comes to existing, as we are
made of energy and cannot be destroyed. It is a question of whether or not
consciousness is energy, if it is immortal, or if it is something else. With this, the
consciousness simply moves through time in the Absolute, whether it be forward,
backward, or in a direction we don’t even know about. Consciousness takes different
forms. There are also three types of consciousness; the continuous, the instantaneous,
and the jumping. Some can be each other depending on the time frame chosen.
Instantaneous consciousness (IC) is a consciousness that exists only in an instant
of time. Fig 9 is a flow of that that has 10 instances’ an instance is the shortest period
of what is considered time (if time exists) in the Absolute. Each of Fig 9’s instances
has a consciousness. That IC is found only in that point of time. The only way to
identify or locate that consciousness is to exist in that instance.
Continuous consciousness (CC) is what we humans tend to think we have. CC is a
consciousness flowing through time without break. It is one consciousness that exists
until it exists no more. CC passes through time and is itself through the whole of its
existence. Fig 10 shows that instead of happening during a particular instance, CC
happens through all instances in which it exists.
Another, the third, form of consciousness is jumping consciousness (JC). JC is a
combination, of sorts, of the two other types of consciousness. JC does not flow as
one through instances, but it is not forever locked in one instance. Just like fleeting
virtual particles that spontaneously come and go from existence, JC spontaneously
jumps form instance to instance. JC may seem to jump randomly from instance to
instance, or appear to jump from instance to instance in a “linear” path. Fig 11 shows a
seemingly linear path of JC.
JC’s are interesting because they have the innate ability to go from one string of
existence to another without a direct path. The strings do not need to cross each other
or intersect for the JC to go from one to another. This is unlike CC’s that must have a
continuous path from one place to another. (I guess this can apply to trans-
dimensional sub-atomic/quantum particles as well). Now we need to uncover the
energy needed for these JC’s (or particles) to jump from one string to another.
A suitable example of the behavior of a JC is a particle that can locate and
dislocate, disappear and reappear, itself anywhere on a wave. At the same time as the
particle moves from one point on the wave to another without being present at any in
between location; as does the JC through the chain of events it follows.
These jumping particles may also simply be jumping from string to string. Since
there is not necessarily an “in between” between strings, the particles seem to
disappear and appear; but, they are simply moving from string to string where there is
no intermediate travel.