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Holographic Universe

Post  deviadah on Wed Nov 28, 2007 10:20 am

I've posted about this elsewhere so this thread is mostly copy/paste... but I feel it should have its place here on Alchemy Forums. Mostly this topic gets ignored, perhaps here it will generate more interest.

Emanuel Swedenborg meditated regularly and developed the ability to leave his body and visit heaven. What he had to say about these experiences echo NDE. The angels Swedenborg met spoke in holographic thought balls, as Swedenborg called them, and were a sort of picture language with each image containing a thousand ideas, and similar to the portrayals he could see in the wave-substance, or aura, that surrounded a person.

Swedenborg talked about reality’s holographic qualities and that all humans may seem separate but are in fact in a cosmic unity. In heaven we are all in miniature, in fact the whole physical universe is a microcosm of the greater divine reality. The visible reality that we see every day is only a wave-substance.

Rev. Dr. George F. Dole, professor of theology at the Swedenborg School of Religion in Newton, Massachusetts, notes that one of the most basic tenets of Swedenborg’s thinking is that our universe is constantly created and sustained by two wavelike flows, one from heaven and one coming from our own soul or spirit. He says that:
...if we put these images together, the resemblance to the hologram is striking.
Dr. Dennis Gabor discovered holography by accident, in 1947, trying to design improvements for the electron microscope. Terence and Dennis McKenna provide an excellent explanation of holography in their book The Invisible Landscape:
A low-intensity laser beam is passed through a semiopaque mirror, causing part of the beam to pass through the mirror and illuminate the object to be photographed. This light is then reflected from the object onto a photographic plate in front of the object. Simultaneously, the other part of the beam is reflected off a series of mirrors such that it falls on the photographic plate at an angle to the beam reflected from the object.
Rev. Dr. George F. Dole points out, in his essay An Image of God in a Mirror (and I always say that God is in my mirror), that if:
...we take seriously the characteristics of the hologram, it becomes a trenchant and almost literal description of a radically significant fact. Every part of the universe is an image of the Whole [which is exactly what a hologram is since every part of it contains an image of the whole].
We are defined not by either the direct or the indirect inflow alone, but by the way they intersect. There is anintimate inter-relatedness of our understanding of who we are and our understanding of the world we are in. A discovery in either area alter our view of the other.

Emanuel Swedenborg wrote that:
...every created thing.., is by nature recipient of God ... it is suitable because it was created in God by God; and because it was created in this way, it is an analogue, and . . . is like an image of God in a mirror.”
If indeed the brain stores information in a holographic manner (as have been suggested) it would not be affected if its anatomy were rearranged. Dr. Paul Pietsch writes about an experiment to prove this in his book Shuffle Brain:
In more than 700 operations, I rotated, reversed, added, subtracted, and scrambled brain parts. I shuffled. I reshuffled. I sliced, lengthened, deviated, shortened, opposed, transposed, juxtaposed and flipped. I spliced front to back with lengths of spinal chord, or medulla, with other pieces of brain turned inside out. But nothing short of dispatching the brain to the slopbucket – nothing expunged feeding!
What he concluded from this was that:
...scrambling the brain’s anatomy did not scramble its programs. Meaning was contained within its parts, not spread out among their relationships. If I wanted to change behaviour, I had to supply not a new anatomy, but new information.
In an interesting article by David Bohm called The Implicate Order it says:
The theory of the Implicate Order contains an ultraholistic cosmic view; it connects everything with everything else. In principle, any individual element could reveal "detailed information about every other element in the universe." The central underlying theme of Bohm's theory is the "unbroken wholeness of the totality of existence as an undivided flowing movement without borders."
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Post  deviadah on Wed Feb 06, 2008 3:54 pm

No thoughts, oh well I am used to that when it comes to this topic!

LOL

Perhaps this might interest you all:

The Holographic Universe and the Otz Chiíim

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