Manifesto - selected quotes - area: physics


[210] "In order to avoid an error in making a description of reality, which emerges with the traditional assumption that only that which is noticeable and explainable in a cause and effect way with the help of human science is real, we should best assume that the all-universe = work of creation is complicated to the highest possible degree. Such an assumption will allow us to avoid future mistakes in interpreting phenomena, which are a result of the practice of conferring upon particular phenomena an unconditionally finite form."
[211] "Assuming that every phenomenon (that we are able to observe solely from within, based on its visible effects) is merely a narrowing of a broader cause and produces the observed effect when observed from our level, but if it were to be observed from a broader perspective - perhaps from a different dimension - it would have a different effect and result, allows us to leave space in the description of the world for everything we have yet to discover or what we may never be able to discover. A sort of Periodic Table (with empty spaces left out for what is yet to be discovered) in the description of the entire reality. This is the model of the world adopted by the Church of the Joy OF EXISTENCE, clamping everything together with the Absoluteness of God the Creator - the Cause and ultimate Purpose of the entirety."
[228] "It is salient that everything that has ever existed, exists, or could exist in our perception, including anything any entity or being could even only imagine in the entire universe does not come from the outside, but is an existing element of this work of creation, thus it exists the whole time. For it is impossible to imagine something that is not part of the creation and therefore does not exist within that creation. Every thought and notion is based exclusively and entirely on a previous experience (cognizing what exists), on what we had encountered before either consciously or subconsciously, and any form of existence, including an idea, constitutes some form of existing energy, which is part of the all-universe."
[229] "Anything that could possibly be imagined constantly exists in a sense that it could be formed only from what the Creator had created previously and only in a way that the Creator allows us to through His laws dedicated to the work of creation. Everything that happens in the universe of God and is able to occur had to first be predicted, planned out, and created - in order to be later possible to "occur" in the "right" time for the recipient. Without the enablement of a given event to take place, that event would have had no chance to happen (its parameters and boundary conditions must have been determined at the same time). Therefore, every event already exists, though not in material form for the physical world but in the form of an energetic record, a set of information."
[206] "The matter we observe from our human level is only one of the energy states defined in the act of creation where energy can occur. Matter constitutes the basic form for us, which our consciousness is connected to approximately 16-18 hours a day and that is why we treat it as the foundation of our reality. Meanwhile this form of energy - matter, allows us to rather "anchor ourselves" in the work of creation; it should not be treated as the basic and only possible "state of matter" of energy of the creation which makes intellect, meaning rational thought, possible. This material anchoring allows, however, for a point of reference against which we can begin to describe the surrounding reality."
[207] "(...) (The most sensible - although still definitely conventional against the capacity limits of human logic - criterion defining the boundary of subsequent generalizations, meaning the place in the hierarchy of subsequent external universes in which we would "locate" our Creator God, seems to be the criterion of the absolute energetic balance of the system {our work of creation} through its energetic closing {we are talking about the total of all energies incorporated into the creation by the Creator and present in it}. External energy conferred upon the creation by the Creator {primary energy} is then included entirely in the creation, remaining constant and unchangeable for that system. There is a lack of any contact, both between the interior and the exterior of the creation and vice versa, and an element of the Creator is fully contained in the created work, through its energetic form conferred by Him upon the work. Simultaneous lack of temporal as well as other-dimensional limitations in the work of creation would also be obvious [208]. - However, it is a hypothetical model, just like everything humankind will ever be able to say about the Creator. For it is impossible to describe the reality of a higher dimension using the criteria of a lower dimension, more so to describe the realities of dimensions which are located significantly higher in the hierarchy of the creation than that of the person attempting to make the description. Therefore there is a possibility of an infinite number of explanations for the cause of existence of our reality, which we, as beings contained within the system, cannot even begin to guess. Due to this, humankind surely will never find out what the Truth outside of our system of existence looks like - who or what God is and what is His nature. Adopting the criterion of the absolute energetic balance {energetic closing} of our work of creation {even if only assessed this way from inside the creation} is, at the current stage of the development of human thought, the basis for the philosophical and religious deliberations of the Church of the Joy OF EXISTENCE)."


[231] "Time is a conventional quantity related to the movement in (at least) our material Universe, enabling the description of the pace of change of the reality subjectively observed by the observer. The concept of time as a distance between events defined by conventional units of time helps people register changes in the status of the observed system."
[232] "For thousands of years people saw time as constant, unaffected by any change, an absolute monolith allowing for an unambiguous division of reality into the present, the past, and the future. Today, thanks to Einstein, we know that time is not constant and absolute, but depends on the frame of reference which we, however, are essentially unable to imagine as it is utterly at odds with our physical and earthly habit."
[233] "The whole interior of the material universe is in constant relative motion (the flow of energy, change in its state of matter, motion of matter). Any observer making his or her own subjective measurement is also in that motion, therefore time understood as the distance between events varies depending on the place (and conditions) where the observation of these events takes place. The time between any events can be treated as constant only locally, in the same frame of reference; thus there is no one time for the particular observers, or even less so for larger structures or the entire material universe, not to mention the all-universe as the entirety of the Creator's work."
[234] "Time in our physical world is completely relative and strictly related to other physical quantities such as mass and velocity. It is known that in objects traveling at a speed similar to the speed of light (approx. 300.000 km/s), time strives for zero and once it reaches the speed of light it "stops" - so it could be said from the human perspective that time ceases to exist there. Also, the world at the subatomic level (below atomic level), meaning all that we are made from, in terms of time and distance seems to exist in a different way than what we are used to, what we have become accustomed to in the "human world" - contemporary science maintains that it is necessary to either contest the so far invariable Einstein's relativity theories which have proven to work out excellently, giving the right to existence to velocities greater than the speed of light (and let us remember that time "stopped" at the speed of light), or "squeeze" the world of subatomic quantities into the dimension adjusting it to the existing theories. In turn, when combining the principles of the microworld (atomic and subatomic world) with the macroworld (the Universe), science, by creating a new section for instance - of quantum cosmology, not only crushes the concept of time and the "realness" of the present, but also the realness and consistency of everything, including the entire past of the Universe, looking into giving it a new meaning - reducing it solely to generating a (material) Universe (surely one of many), also retroactively, from the level of indeterminacy, at the moment of it being noticed/the moment a conscious observation of the Universe begins to be made by a human being..."
[235] "In accordance with the model of an energetically finite (closed) work of creation adopted by the philosophy of Ra'i, everything that is included in the all-universe already "is" and "exists" for us. Also, all that which we are still to perceive that will happen, as well as that which we have already perceived that happened - all of that exists all the time and comes from "here", from this world (the all-universe) and is unable to go outside of this world (the all-universe), because it would have to go beyond its own creation."
[236] "In a simplified sense, our receiving of reality resembles watching a film stored on the hard drive of a computer. The film already exists on the hard drive, though not entirely in a form possible for the human being to receive it without its projection. At the given moment (our subjective present) only part of the film is screened for us - therefore we could say that the future shown in it is yet to take place. Yes, we will receive the projection of each subsequent second and minute of the film as future events, because to us they are yet to happen, but the whole film is completed and ready for us to be seen, though the film of our life does not possess one, prespecified screenplay. What is prepared (in the energetic/nonmaterial form), however, are all of the possible shreds of events, thoughts, words - we could say scene "props". The scenes themselves played for us at a given moment (our present) depend on what probabilities of events will be successively attracted by our area of the Universe (physical world), including matter and its laws of nature, other people, and finally, by us ourselves, to be "projected" and "to exist". (Perhaps this projection is possible thanks to motion - the movement of our material Universe with respect to the broader reality in which this Universe is "suspended" and, thanks to this, "picking out" - drawing out - the existing probabilities of events from that reality)."
[237] "We receive that which, at a given moment, passes through our subjective "aperture" of our perception of the world - our conscious, individual being, our frame of reference - as reality and the present. We are shown particular frames, one after another, in subsequent micro-fractions of seconds - millions of passing images of materializing events and appearing thoughts with their luxuriant roots reaching the abyss of all possibilities and collecting from them new content displayed to us. We receive these consecutively displayed frames, just like at the movie theater, as a continuity and entirely as our "only existing" reality."
[238] "Other events being displayed "at the same time" then have no meaning to our individual frame of reference. It makes no difference to us whether in other parts of the Universe galaxies are interacting, supernovas exploding, war taking place on another continent, whether someone is getting robbed right around the corner, or if the neighbor is doing laundry or cooking in that moment. We do have our world and what is important to us above all is our reality - solely a micro-fraction of the broader reality received by us. The rest does not matter..."
[239] "The philosophy of Ra'i does not preclude the existence of our world, in a wider sense, not so much as a world/static reality (our permanent material world around which the rest of God's universe is supposed to revolve), but as a certain type of a (dynamic) projection received only by us ourselves from the outside, as permanent reality that we call our material and physical world. It is slowly becoming more and more obvious that just as Nicolaus Copernicus looked differently at the world of his day almost 500 years ago, we should also begin to perceive everything that surrounds and forms us more broadly and refrain from arrogantly treating ourselves as the "center of the Divine work of creation"."
[240] "The Ra'i philosophy propounds the existence of all events that take place - though it is only a hypothesis - of the two types of inertia (effect of duration) - "traditional" and "reversed"."
[241] "We are used to the "traditional" inertia, receiving the effect it creates as the base and norm of our material world. This inertia enables both the existence of our world as well as our perception of its "duration". This makes it possible for us to observe (sensually experience) the effects of events that once took place for some time, for example:

  • - the Big Bang, as the (conventional) beginning of the existence of our world, causes matter and the energy forms which shape it to "endure" until the moment of a natural termination of existence or a natural beginning of the next cycle of existence;
  • - the formation of a star from an interstellar cloud causes it to "endure" until the moment of its natural burning out;
  • - the upheaval of a mountain range causes it to "endure" until the moment of its disappearance due to natural erosion;
  • - the construction of a building by human causes it to "endure" until the moment of its natural disintegration or a demolition;
  • - the making of any product by human causes it to "endure" until the moment of its natural decomposition or recycling;
  • - all of the events taking place in our surroundings as well as our thoughts or spoken words generate the emergence of excited states in us and their inert "duration" in our memory for some time until they are naturally forgotten.

This inertia is the result of meticulously planned parameters within the work of creation, different for particular elements of the work - parameters then referred to by human beings as natural: the natural termination of an existence or a natural beginning of the next cycle of existence, natural burning out, natural erosion, natural disintegration, natural decomposition, natural oblivion, etc."

[242] "The second type of inertia of events is the "reversed" inertia. Whereas the receiving of the traditional inertia is done through our senses, noticing the effects of the duration of events which have already taken place, reversed inertia applies to events in regards to the aperture of our present of the upcoming events, and as they have not yet happened in the process of projection they cannot be received by our senses but only in an extra-sensory way. Each event which is yet to happen does not appear out of nowhere, suddenly, but is generated in a certain process forced by the state of reality (of all elements of a given area) of the "zero" moment (the present). Each event that is in the process of being created generates the attraction of subsequent events thanks to reversed inertia. The parameters of this inertia for the particular elements of the work of creation have also been appropriately planned/defined by the Creator according to His will."
[243] "Until the moment the event takes place, meaning the moment we subjectively perceive as reality, we should rather speak of the possibility of that event happening. It is not until the moment that the "given possibility" passes through the aperture of our perception of reality that this possibility finally transforms into a specific event for us (our "sensual" consciousness). Until our observation occurs (the present "zero" moment) the value of the event is ambiguous. The way the event will finally be displayed to us (how it will be sensually received by us) is affected by the value that the previous temporary reality of our area had given this event (forced on the event)."
[244] "All the events which create our temporary reality cause the attraction of subsequent (possibilities of) events and soon those are followed by consecutive ones, etc., etc...Some events or larger groups of events cause the emergence of expanded paths and traces of possibilities which are attracted to our aperture from the collection of all possible events. This enables some people to receive "future" events that are being generated in the forms of visions and clairvoyance and for all of us they are manifested in dreams, intuition, and feelings. However, the inability to unequivocally define the value of a given event before it takes place makes prophecies, fortune-telling, or dreams dubious, because it is the state of reality itself - the total of all its elements at the moment of the occurrence of the event - that determines the value of that event."