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SACRED BOOK OF THE MAYAN – POPOL VUH
The dark rift has many mythic identities
The dark rift is the Black Road; it is the xibalba the Road to the Underworld.
It is a crevice in the branches of the cosmic tree (the Milky Way).
It is the mouth of the Cosmic Monster (often portrayed as a frog, jaguar or snake with tree-like features)
It is the birth canal of the Cosmic Mother.
The dark-rift is best understood as the birth canal of the Cosmic Mother, called Omega who we may call First Mother, to complement the First Father called Alpha. Therefore the highest respect to those we call the compensation for all that is unknown outside of the omniverse is of the alpha and omega or the Alphaverse and Omegaverse.
In this way we can trace how these various metaphors are found in Mayan Creation Mythology.
The date of this alignment is, again, the end date of the 13-baktun Great Cycle – a cycle of approximately 5125 years.
The ancient Maya were aware of the impending alignment and considered it to be of such importance to be a major transition point, the Creation of a new World Age. The New Age is also called the Ascension Age and the Golden Age of Cosmogenesis.
In mythological terms, this event is about the union of First Father with First Mother or, more accurately, the birth of First Father (the winter solstice sun – the new World Age ruler) from First Mother (the dark-rift in the Milky Way).
The headline appropriate for the upcoming event is: “Cosmic Mother Gives Birth to The First God.”
Proponents of the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum mechanics believe that Determinism was proven incorrect with the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, which states that certain corresponding physical quantities (such as position and momentum, energy and time, Eigen states of spin in non-parallel directions) cannot be determined simultaneously to an arbitrarily small error. For example, the more precisely a particle’s position is measured, the less precisely one can know its momentum from the same measurement. If the momentum is more precisely measured to account for this, the uncertainty in the position will rise. This counter-intuitive result is a consequence of the wave-like behavior of subatomic particles. The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle is thus a statement providing an inverse correlation between the uncertainties of certain corresponding measurements.
This result has led physicists to develop Quantum field theory and use the “wave function” to describe physical systems. While differential equations govern the evolution of the wave function, the wave function itself only specifies the probability of an event to be measured. Thus, while the evolution of the wave function is deterministic, the history of a particle is not. The widely held view amongst physicists regards the apparent determinism of Newtonian dynamics, for example, as the limiting behavior of inherently probabilistic phenomena. Classical physics is then considered a convenient and sufficiently accurate description of nature only at macroscopic scales. A large enough scale is usually thought of as much larger than the Compton wavelength of the object considered.
Alternative interpretations of quantum theory, such as de Broglie–Bohm theory and the many-worlds interpretation, provide a deterministic theoretical framework that is consistent with empirical observation of quantum mechanical phenomena. Notable physicists, such as Albert Einstein and Erwin Schrödinger, never believed that Quantum Mechanics was a fundamental theory. Einstein is famous for believing that while Quantum Mechanics provided good experimental predictions, it should ultimately be replaced with a deterministic theory that could account for the seemingly probabilistic nature of the atomic regime. In a letter to Max Born, Einstein wrote, “Quantum mechanics is certainly imposing. But an inner voice tells me that it is not yet the real thing. The theory says a lot, but does not really bring us any closer to the secret of the ‘old one’. I, at any rate, am convinced that He does not throw dice.“ This quote is commonly paraphrased “God does not play dice“ or “God does not play dice with the universe”, and other slight variants.
Though there remains skepticism, there is a scientific consensus that the laws of Quantum Mechanics correctly describe the universe up to current experimental bounds, and that it is necessary for the very consistency of the subject that our observations be probabilistic in nature (see Bell’s Theorem).
Identity and change
Main article: Identity and change
The Greeks took some extreme positions on the nature of change: Parmenides denied that change occurs at all, while Heraclitus thought change was ubiquitous: “You cannot step into the same river twice”.
Identity, sometimes called Numerical Identity, is the relation that a “thing” bears to itself, and which no “thing” bears to anything other than itself (cf. sameness). According to Leibniz, if some object x is identical to some object y, then any property that x has, y will have as well. However, it seems, too, that objects can change over time. If one were to look at a tree one day, and the tree later lost a leaf, it would seem that one could still be looking at that same tree. Two rival theories to account for the relationship between change and identity are Perdurantism, which treats the tree as a series of tree-stages, and Endurantism, which maintains that the tree—the same tree—is present at every stage in its history.
Mind and matter
The nature of matter was a problem in its own right in early philosophy. Aristotle himself introduced the idea of matter in general to the Western world, adapting the term hyle, which originally meant “lumber.” Early debates centered on identifying a single underlying principle. Water was claimed by Thales, air by Anaximenes, Apeiron (the Boundless) by Anaximander, fire by Heraclitus. Democritus, in conjunction with his mentor, Leucippus, conceived of an atomic theory many centuries before it was accepted by modern science. It is worth noting, however, that the grounds necessary to ensure validity to the proposed theory’s veridical nature were not scientific, but just as philosophical as those traditions espoused by Thales and Anaximander.
The nature of the mind and its relation to the body has been seen as more of a problem as science has progressed in its mechanistic understanding of the brain and body. Proposed solutions often have ramifications about the nature of mind as a whole. René Descartes proposed substance dualism, a theory in which mind and body are essentially different, with the mind having some of the attributes traditionally assigned to the soul, in the seventeenth century. This creates a conceptual puzzle about how the two interact (which has received some strange answers, such as occasionalism). Evidence of a close relationship between brain and mind, such as the Phineas Gage case, have made this form of dualism increasingly unpopular.
Another proposal discussing the mind-body problem is idealism, in which the material is sweepingly eliminated in favor of the mental. Idealists, such as George Berkeley, claim that material objects do not exist unless perceived and only as perceptions. The “German idealists” such as Fichte, Hegel and Schopenhauer took Kant as their starting-point, although it is debatable how much of an idealist Kant himself was. Idealism is also a common theme in Eastern philosophy. Related ideas are panpsychism and panexperientialism, which say everything has a mind rather than everything exists in a mind. Alfred North Whitehead was a twentieth-century exponent of this approach.
Idealism is a monistic theory that holds there is a single universal substance or principles. Neutral monism, associated in different forms with Baruch Spinoza and Bertrand Russell, seeks to be less extreme than idealism, and to avoid the problems of substance dualism. It claims that existence consists of a single substance that in itself is neither mental nor physical, but is capable of mental and physical aspects or attributes – thus it implies a dual-aspect theory.
For the last one hundred years, the dominant metaphysics has without a doubt been materialistic monism. Type identity theory, token identity theory, functionalism, reductive physicalism, nonreductive physicalism, eliminative materialism,anomalous monism, property dualism, epiphenomenalism and emergence are just some of the candidates for a scientifically informed account of the mind. (It should be noted that while many of these positions are dualisms, none of them aresubstance dualism.)
Prominent recent philosophers of mind include David Armstrong, Ned Block, David Chalmers, Patricia and Paul Churchland, Donald Davidson, Daniel Dennett, Douglas Hofstadter, Jerry Fodor, David Lewis, Thomas Nagel, Hilary Putnam, John Searle, John Smart, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Fred Alan Wolf.
Necessity and possibility
Metaphysicians investigate questions about the ways the world could have been. David Lewis, in “On the Plurality of Worlds,” endorsed a view called Concrete Modal realism, according to which facts about how things could have been are made true by other concrete worlds, just like ours, in which things are different. Other philosophers, such as Gottfried Leibniz, have dealt with the idea of possible worlds as well. The idea of necessity is that any necessary fact is true across all possible worlds; that is, we could not imagine it to be otherwise. A possible fact is true in some possible world, even if not in the actual world. For example, it is possible that cats could have had two tails, or that any particular apple could have not existed. By contrast, certain propositions seem necessarily true, such as analytic propositions, e.g. “All bachelors are unmarried.” The particular example of analytic truth being necessary is not universally held among philosophers. A less controversial view might be that self-identity is necessary, as it seems fundamentally incoherent to claim that for any x, it is not identical to itself; this is known as the law of identity, a putative “first principle”. Aristotle describes theprinciple of non-contradiction, “It is impossible that the same quality should both belong and not belong to the same thing . . . This is the most certain of all principles . . . Wherefore they who demonstrate refer to this as an ultimate opinion. For it is by nature the source of all the other axioms.”
Religion and spirituality
Theology is the study of a God or gods and the nature of the divine. Whether there is a god (monotheism), many gods (polytheism) or no gods (atheism), or whether it is unknown or unknowable whether any gods exist (agnosticism), and whether the Divine intervenes directly in the world (theism), or its sole function is to be the first cause of the universe (deism); these and whether a God or gods and the World are different (as in panentheism and dualism), or are identical (as in pantheism), are some of the primary metaphysical questions concerning philosophy of religion.
Within the standard Western philosophical tradition, theology reached its peak under the medieval school of thought known as scholasticism, which focused primarily on the metaphysical aspects of Christianity. The work of the scholastics is still an integral part of modern philosophy, with key figures such as Thomas Aquinas still playing an important role in the philosophy of religion.
Space and time
Further information: Philosophy of space and time
In Book XI of the Confessions, Saint Augustine of Hippo asked the fundamental question about the nature of time. A traditional realist position in ontology is that time and space have existence apart from the human mind. Idealists, includingKant, claim that space and time are mental constructs used to organize perceptions, or are otherwise surreal.
Suppose that one is sitting at a table, with an apple in front of him or her; the apple exists in space and in time, but what does this statement indicate? Could it be said, for example, that space is like an invisible three-dimensional grid in which the apple is positioned? Suppose the apple, and all physical objects in the universe, were removed from existence entirely. Would space as an “invisible grid” still exist? René Descartes and Leibniz believed it would not, arguing that without physical objects, “space” would be meaningless because space is the framework upon which we understand how physical objects are related to each other. Newton, on the other hand, argued for an absolute “container” space. The pendulum swung back to relational space with Einstein and Ernst Mach.
While the absolute/relative debate, and the realism debate are equally applicable to time and space, time presents some special problems of its own. The flow of time has been denied in ancient times by Parmenides and more recently by J. M. E. McTaggart in his paper The Unreality of Time.
The direction of time, also known as “time’s arrow“, is also a puzzle, although physics is now driving the debate rather than philosophy. It appears that fundamental laws are time-reversible and the arrow of time must be an “emergent” phenomenon, perhaps explained by a statistical understanding of thermodynamic entropy.
Common-sense tells us that objects persist across time, that there is some sense in which you are the same person you were yesterday, in which the oak is the same as the acorn, in which you perhaps even can step into the same river twice. Philosophers have developed two rival theories for how this happens, called “endurantism” and “perdurantism“. Broadly speaking, endurantists hold that a whole object exists at each moment of its history, and the same object exists at each moment. Perdurantists believe that objects are four-dimensional entities made up of a series of temporal parts like the frames of a movie.
Founder: TJ Thurmond Morris
Those of us who are now tied together because of those who came before and made an impact are the true unsung heroes. The mysteries of life make the energy of our essence worth performing and worth living.
We share with a drive and passion to do so that goes beyond saying and only hope for the welfare of our species. We understand the guiding force in all beings that are here on this planet. Some are awake and recognize their inner guidance system as that of ET while others who do not listen feel alienated on this planet. The truth is that we are all the same when in unity in another level of energy as our true essence of souls. We come here to learn to master our skills. We are all about the future for the entire species.
There are many kindred spirits in this world that work towards a goal for the entire benefit of the souls who came before and will come again.
There are souls that are the guiding force of essence who form the future with their trails and paths left for others on the journey we call life.
I know that I speak of the body-mind-spirit having the birth-life-death experience most of the time in my articles and it is something that is inside of me that is the eternal essence energy that is the motivation.
The date of August 27, 2012 marks the fifth (5) year of the shared alliance of contributors as readers and writers joined by Dirk and TJ for the enjoyment of life on earth with those who came before. It is the wisdom that comes in the words of the stories that those above enjoy in what we call books.
We will soon learn who has the “IT FACTOR” whatever the it factor is.
Many come to this world and learn to do their part without any compensation of any kind for the energy and essence that is shared. The words that come together in secret doesn’t have to mean anything other than recognition of what has not yet been created somewhere else besides here and there – I have a clue for you that will someday mean something to you and others…
We who are driven with a passion to do what is right for the “ALL” have a saying that is said, “The God/Goddess in me honor the God/Goddess in you and so it is.” Some also in the psi spiritual world have coined a work and word of essence that is summed up in a word as “Namaste”.
Today, this motivation was inspired to use the energy essence in me to say I can relate to the energy essence in you and hope that we can someday meet in this lifetime and shake hands of a mutual agreement while acknowledging that the universal awakened awareness can be shared by all people on earth no matter what life we lead, no matter what language we speak as simply the finger, hand, and arm pointing upward! This is the sign of truth of all beings with all life experiences no matter where we are located.
Always point upwards and follow the vertical life which keeps us all in alignment with the soul’s enlightenment.
You are one who is included to share in saving all the elements that may be excluded if it were not for those of us being engaged in sharing in the shift of the uplifting of our human kind on earth.
May all that is divine in this world in this universe, in the multiverse inside the metaverse share the unknown of the xenoverse with you who can reach the omniverse and share with others who are living here with the knowing that “Alien Civilizations Exist” and that “ASCENSION CENTER ENLIGHTENMENT” is real and inside our own minds?
There are people such as you and I that are given tasks to perform that deal with the “X-FACTOR” in the “XENOVERSE.
This clue is for those of your mind to someday complete with me as that of all those who came before from the Xenoverse. – This is the Clue that is in ME and is in YOU for the welfare of all who know of us in the working world for the future!
The mysteries of life make the energy of our essence worth performing and worth living.
I hope and pray in my edited motivational and meditational state to see what would be created in this plane of existence for the good of all humanoid sentient intelligent beings of earth!
For we met in another place in another time as we all shared our knowing that would be this time on earth together for the good of that which we call the “IT FACTOR OF THE XENOVERSE”/
Thank you Dirk for four (4) years of sharing your time and effort. There are some who give some and some who gave all and we who are left in this world are just now learning what it is all about!
May our divine leaders of this world know that we come in peace! We are the true essence in us all as the greater good inside us all. We are those who from the heavens came and came again.
We shall be those who create the future for the enlightenment of energy as essence. Remember the seven heavens of the soul that have been created for the Ascension Age in this time in one’s life while on planet earth. We have the vertical lifestyle which will be shared in this reality and virtual reality.
Seven realms as the seven heavens as in universe, multiverse, metaverse, xenoverse, omniverse, Alphaverse, and Omegaverse. There are still the various dimensions in between the M Branes.
Power to the People in the Existence of our Souls!
Love and Light Eternally,
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