Black Whole Dynamics: The Foundation of our Fractal-Holographic Universe
May 9, 2014 | By WakingTimes | 2 Replies
|Sombrero spiral galaxy from NASA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)|
Brandon West, Contributor
If I had to explain Nassim Haramein’s work and try to describe his Holofractographic Universe Theory (HFU) to a person who had never heard of it before, or who was questioning it’s validity, I would begin with the scaling law for organized matter.
This scaling law to me is as close to irrefutable evidence that you can get in science, confirming Nassim’s proposition of a fractal and holographic universe as a result of fundamental structure and dynamics of the vacuum (the space-time manifold, which we will explore in detail). This is because the data itself – not the theory – clearly demonstrates the relationship between all spheres at all scalar resolutions of the universe.
This knowledge is important because it helps us to understand our relationship to all scales of the universe. Moreover, it shows clearly how we are fractal (and holographic) expressions of the whole, and may even provide insight into the origin of consciousness in the universe.
This knowledge is essential for all people to know because it describes, in scientific terms, how we are connected with everything else in the universe, and how we are truly inseparable from the field of all possibility and are infinite, energetic, and eternal spiritual beings.
Scalar Dimensions of Reality
One important aspect of reality that we have to understand and shift our perspective on in order to comprehend reality more completely, is the nature of dimensions. This shift is not only important in understanding the HFU model, it is also an essential step in understanding the foundation of creation.
It was clear to Haramein early on that the accepted consensus paradigm of dimensions in geometry where flawed. They are:
Dimension 0: is a point in space-time with no volume, therefore it doesn’t exist.
Dimension 1: is a line with length but no width which doesn’t exist.
Dimension 2: is a plane with length and width but which doesn’t exist.
Dimension 3: has length, width, and height, and thus it exists.
(The fourth dimension would be time, but as we explored in The Unified Field and the Illusion of Time, it is probable that time does not exist at all.)
Immediately Nassim had issues with this perception of dimension. For the simple reason that the idea of getting existence out of three hypothetical dimension which do not exist and which have never been observed in reality, moreover which are impossible to even imagine, simply defies all logical reasoning.
And the thing is, this is what physics is based on, and this is what our understanding of the universe is based on.
What Haramein is proposing in the Holofractographic Universe (HFU) is a shift in perspective from believing that creation is based off of things that do not exist, to considering that reality is based off of geometry that we see throughout the universe: the sphere.
Instead of non-existent dimension the HFU model proposes that the universe is made up of scalar dimension of the sphere in all sizes and in all scales of the universe, from infinitely large to infinitely small, and that they are embedded within one another. This is something that we can observe clearly at all scales, from Planck’s distances, to atoms, to cells, to stars and planets. So what if we shift our perspective and look at reality as a bunch of spheres, some of which conglomerate to form other objects from trees, to stars, to you and I?
This shift was actually the foundational insight which led Haramein to the development of the HFU model, which we will show clearly later on. So if the universe expresses itself in scalar divisions of the sphere, then what is the relationship between the spheres? Could that possibly provide us with some insight into the fundamental structure of the universe, and the fundamental principle of division, and thus, of creation?