by Owen Waters, Editor
Infinite Being Publishing, LLC
When I finally discovered the twelve dimensions of Creation, I was astounded by the symmetry of the Creator’s work.
In physics, symmetry is a sign that a theory is viable, because nature exhibits symmetry in so many ways. I had been pursuing the nature of the structure of reality for decades, most especially in recent years. Then, one day in 2002, the keys of the universe just fell into place like some self-organizing jigsaw puzzle.
Dimensions are measurable items, the variables of the universe. For example, space consists of three dimensions – length, breadth, and height – and time is referred to as the fourth dimension. A wooden cube on a table top has three dimensions in space, measuring, say, 2 inches (5 cm) by 2 inches by 2 inches. It also exists at that point in time.
Time is not just a linear flow, as in the river of time. It is, more accurately, the dimension that brings physical motion into existence. The wooden cube arrived upon the table top at some point in time, and it will leave the table top at another point in time. When it leaves it will be exhibiting motion through space.
So far, that makes a total of four dimensions, or four ways to measure reality. But what of the other dimensions of existence? In the 1990s, mathematicians working on the string theories of physics discovered the likelihood of there being at least ten dimensions in existence, not just the four dimensions that we had acknowledged before.
Physics has already proven that physical matter is energy, i.e. electro-magnetic energy held in a state of tension. Therefore, if the wooden cube is made up of electro-magnetic energy, then electric energy and magnetic energy are two more measurable dimensions. An object has so much electric energy and so much magnetic energy. Dimensions are measurable variables affecting the existence of objects, therefore electric energy and magnetic energy are two of the dimensions of existence. They usually express themselves in an entwined, electro-magnetic form, but underneath they are two distinct forms of energy.
In experiments with subatomic particles, the consciousness of the observer often affects the outcome of the experiment. Therefore we can chalk up two more dimensional variables – thought and feeling, which are the components of human conscious awareness.
Thought, here, refers to intellect or mental activity in a linear direction. For example, arithmetic is linear, so is algebra, so are digital computer processes. Linear thinking is a logical, left-brain skill. Holistic, right-brain skills, on the other hand, embrace emotions, intuition and the ability to see a pattern within a whole picture. Thought and feeling express themselves in an entwined form, as does electro-magnetic energy, but underneath they are two distinct aspects of consciousness.
That makes, so far, a total of three space dimensions (length, breadth and height), one time dimension, two consciousness (thought and feeling) and two energy dimensions (electricity and magnetism), for a total of eight dimensions so far.
Dimensions are the fundamental building blocks of reality.
Every physical object has three size dimensions (length, breadth and height) and exists at a specific location in space at a certain point in time. Space and time are generally accepted as the first four dimensions, but what could the others be? What fundamental building blocks make the expression of our universe possible?
Matter is constructed of varying amounts of electro-magnetic force, so electrical energy and magnetic energy are both fundamental building blocks within the physical world. That makes electricity and magnetism two of the fundamental variables, or dimensions, of reality.
Human consciousness consists of the fundamental building blocks of thought and feeling, so these are also dimensions of reality. Consciousness goes far beyond just the realm of human thought. In fact, the entire universe is constructed of the original consciousness of the Creator.
Physics, like spiritual philosophy, is engaged in a search for the nature of the universe. Today, however, it is unfashionable to include the Creator in physics theories. It is also surprising, because virtually all of the great names in the history of science, including Einstein, have been deeply spiritual and mystical people.
I remember, at the tender age of 16, being counseled by my physics teacher to find the solution to science problems by referring to basic principles. “Once you have the basic principles understood, lad,” he explained, “then everything else falls into place.” I often reflect upon how right he was.
After all, you wouldn’t look at a jet aircraft thundering across the sky and say, “As far as I can tell, it looks like it’s propelled by making a loud noise.” Instead, you’d find out about the creators of the jet engines, find out what they knew, and then figure out how they did it.
Now, to include the basic principle of the One Creator in your speculations, you have to first define the original nature of the Creator. It goes without saying that the Creator is an infinite intelligence. The words omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent all express the idea of infinite consciousness.
The other attribute of the original state of the Creator is that of “beingness.” In the Western way of thinking, we are accustomed to doing something all the time, always doing, doing, doing. “Being,” however, is the absence of “doing.” In a state of Being, you just are. You don’t have to “do” anything to become something, if you already “are” that something.
The state of Being is the foundation of all existence. Being is motionless and was the primal state before the original act of creation occurred. This is because – and here comes another basic principle – the universe exists within the consciousness of the Original Creator.
All matter is energy. The entire universe is energy. And behind that energy is the consciousness that created it.
The original act of Creation was infinite in its potential, causing not just the creation of one universe, but an infinite number of universes.
At that point, Infinite Being had extended itself into the sphere of thought as its first act. Thus the 12th dimension is original creative thought, or the Father Creator principle.
Note that the so-called “12th dimension” was actually the first one to come into existence, so you could, instead, justify calling it the “1st dimension.” However, people are accustomed to thinking of the 1st dimension the one closest one to daily life on Earth, so that means that the 12th dimension has to be the number closest to the source of creation.
The male-female principle, as in the original Creation, is not the same idea as a comparison between men and women. Men and women on Earth each contain a mixture of both male and female attributes. A man is physically a more male version of the human gender mix, and a woman is physically a more female version. The Father Creator principle of consciousness, however, is energetically pure male and works in synchronicity with the pure female principle, which is the Mother Creator principle, or the 11th dimension.
An exact balance between the male and female creative principles made possible the manifestation of the 10th dimension. The 10th dimension holds the consciousness templates for an infinite number of universes.
The Original Act of Creation by the Infinite Being is summarized as follows:
The 12th dimension is original thought, or the Father Creator principle.
The 11th dimension is original feeling, or the Mother Creator principle.
Together, in exactly equal balance, the Father Creator and the Mother Creator manifested the 10th dimension, where the templates of consciousness exist for an infinite number of universes.
The fundamental formula of creation is, “Thought plus feeling equals manifestation.”
It was stated that the original formula of creation, “Thought plus feeling equals manifestation,” expresses itself again and again, in perfect symmetry, throughout the other nine dimensions.
Dimensions are the fundamental building blocks of reality. We live in a conscious universe because the universe was created entirely from original consciousness. Every aspect of the universe, from stars to humans and even sunlight, are all composed of 100% original consciousness.
Dimensions include the three dimensions of space (length, breadth and height), time, thought, feeling, and the three fundamental energies which make up physical and non-physical matter (etheric, magnetic and electric).
After the initial creation of the first three dimensions, Infinite Being repeated the process three more times, creating triads of Energy, Space and Motion. Each triad was then expressed in three sub-forms, each time conforming to the original pattern of thought, feeling, and manifestation.
Notice the symmetry of the 3 by 3 matrix in the following diagram.
The Remaining Nine Dimensions of Creation
|Principle:||Thought +||Feeling =||Manifestation|
Note that by defining time as physical motion, it fits neatly into the Motion triad of mental, emotional, and physical motion.
Mental motion, dimension 3, is thought at the human level, as differentiated from the original creative thought in dimension 12. Emotional motion, dimension 2, is feeling at the human level.
The use of electric energy, dimension 7, has been developed since the early 1800s. At that time, electricity was no more than a curiosity and very little was known about it. It could only be produced by very limited means, such as in a chemical battery. It was also produced in static electricity machines and, watch your fingers, by electric eels. Electricity had also been seen to have a mysterious effect upon magnetic compass needles. Lightning had already been established as an electrical phenomenon by Benjamin Franklin’s famous experiment in a lightning storm. This had brought new meaning to the phrase, “Go fly a kite!”
In those distant, early days of gas lamps and candles, visionaries like Faraday, Ampere, and Volta dedicated much of their lives to the study of electricity. The emerging field of knowledge transformed electricity into a working energy which, today, makes possible the huge advances that we enjoy in automation, mobility, and communications.
Magnetic energy, the 8th dimension, is the primal field of the universe. It is the womb of the universe; the matrix upon which all energy and matter exists. It is the fabric of the universe. Electromagnetic energy, including light, consists of equal components of electric and magnetic energy. As all matter is energy, your physical body is made of electromagnetic energy, and only has the appearance of being solid material.
Etheric energy, dimension 9, is traditionally referred to as prana in Eastern philosophy, and as chi in oriental medicine. When etheric energy is fully investigated by visionary, pioneer-scientists, it will open up a new branch of physics larger than that of electricity.
Life on Earth functions within this 3 by 3 matrix of 9 intertwined dimensions. The 10th dimension is also of relevance as it indicates which one of the infinite number of universes that we exist in. In summary:
The original 3 dimensions are the Consciousness of the Creator.
Dimension 12 is the Father Creator principle.
Dimension 11 is the Mother Creator principle.
Dimension 10 contains the consciousness templates for the Infinite Universes.
The next 3 dimensions are Energy.
Dimension 9 is etheric, or life, energy.
Dimension 8 is magnetic energy, the primal field of the universe.
Dimension 7 is electric energy, the building block of physical matter.
The next 3 dimensions are Space, which allows the separation of objects.
Dimension 6 is linear separation.
Dimension 5 is circular separation.
Dimension 4 is spherical separation.
The next 3 dimensions are Motion.
Dimension 3 is thought (mental motion.)
Dimension 2 is feeling (emotional motion.)
Dimension 1 is time (physical motion.)
The basic 9 dimensions function together in an intertwined harmony. They are all, however, creations of the consciousness of the original 3 dimensions. Energy, space, and motion are all facets of consciousness.
As the electrical pioneer Michael Faraday said about life, “All this is but a dream.”
We live in a universe composed of 100% original consciousness. As such, we are dreaming the dream of Creation, each one of us playing our individual part of experiencing the universe from our own