Das vedische Wissen neu entdeckt

"Schwarze Löcher sind eigentlich Quellen des ewigen Lichts. Dieses Licht entsteht aus dem Zentrum des Schwarzen Lochs, der Singularität, ergießt sich spiralförmig durch die Dimensionen herab und erreicht schließlich den Rand unserer Wirklichkeit – das, was wir als die Lichtgeschwindigkeit bezeichnen."

Inside the Mind of God (Englisch) Taschenbuch von Manjir Samanta-Laughton.

Die Schwarzen Löcher der modernen Wissenschaft werden bereits bei den Veden als LAYA / laya — Vernichtung erwähnt.

 


Sanskrit: prapta


http://vedabase.net/p/prapta

prāpta-brahma-laya — actually merged into the Brahman effulgence; CC Madhya 24.108 prāpta-brahma-laya — as good as merging into the impersonal ...

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     Sanskrit: laya

vedabase.net/l/laya

Sanskrit: laya... laya — at the time of universal annihilation; SB 10.77.35 laya — by the destruction; SB 10.84.32-33 laya — dissolution; SB 10.85.31

 

Laya ist das Fenster oder ein Fenster zum Urgrund. In diesem "Schwarzen Loch" liegen alle aktiven Kräfte des Universums verborgen. Wer Laya beherrscht, der würde einen ganzen Planeten mit einem Fingerschnipsen bewegen. Laya ist der Zentralpunkt, um den sich neue kosmische Materie sammelt und der die Geburt oder Reinkarnation des neuen Planeten verursacht. Laya ist der Dreh- und Angelpunkt aller Rotation. Es ist Laya oder das "Schwarze Loch", aus dem die Atome hervorgehen und ihre äonen-lange Reise antreten auf dem Weg zurück in den unmanifestierten Zustand (avyakta).

 

 Wir verstehen jetzt vielleicht sogar die moderne Wissenschaft und ihre Definition der "Schwarzen Löcher" besser.

Die Masse (Homogenität) Schwarzer Löcher ist so groß, dass das Licht nicht mehr entkommen kann. Das Universum ist durchsetzt mit "Schwarzen Löchern". Das muss auch so sein, sonst hätten die Himmelskörper keine Aufhängungs- bzw. Drehpunkte.

Was die moderne Wissenschaft noch nicht weiß oder akzeptieren will, ist Folgendes: Schwarze Löcher gibt es nicht nur außen im Weltall, sondern auch im Zentrum eines jeden Planeten, einer jeden Sonne.

 

Die Theorie der Schwarzen Löcher ist lange nach den Veden eine Aussage der allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie des Jahres 1916. Wenn die Schwerkraft am Rande eines Sterns (durch Rückzug der Monaden) einen gewissen Grenzwert übersteigt, dann schließt sich das Innere vollständig gegen die Außenwelt ab.

 

Lichtgeschwindigkeit wird überschritten. Materie und Licht stürzen ins Zentrum des Schwarzen Loches und werden davon verschluckt. Alles ist nun in Laya.

 

Die Größe von Laya variiert von 9 Millimeter (für die Erde) bis zu 3 Kilometern (für die Sonne). Beides natürlich im Zentrum der Himmelskörper. Ein ganzer Stern wird dann komprimiert. Dies führt zu unvorstellbar hohen Temperaturen. Nun kommt der Irrtum der orthodoxen Wissenschaft, welche glaubt, dass Kernenergie plus Schwerkraft ausreichen würde, den Stern auf ein Schwarzes Loch zusammenzuquetschen.

Das Schwarze Loch ist in Aktivität bei Geburt und Tod eines Himmelskörpers. In beiden Fällen ist das Erscheinen und Verschwinden der MONADE der Hauptgrund für Expansion und Kollabieren des Sterns. Das sind dann die sogenannten Supernovas.

Eine Supernova ist immer die Geburt oder der Tod eines Planetenengels.

 

Laya per se ist unsichtbar, und doch sind Röntgen- und Gammastrahlen sichtbar, welche entstehen, wenn Materie aus Laya ins Dasein explodiert oder wieder in Laya aufgesogen wird und dann zu einem Schwarzen Loch mit kleinem oder großem Schwarzschildradius wird (benannt nach dem Astronomen Karl Schwarzschild).

Currently, the Standard Model of physics accurately predicts only about 4% of our universe. The other 96% is "missing" and composed of "dark matter" and "dark energy". Perhaps what is missing is the incredibly abundant energy that exists within SPACE itself. It is missing from their equations because of something included in the standard model known as "renormalization" where they effectively swept the infinite density of the vacuum of space under the rug mathematically and then proceeded with their equations as if this energy were not important to include in a theory that is supposed to, by definition, include everything.

When the energy that exists in the vacuum of space itself is properly accounted for then the need to throw in this "missing new type of matter" that was invented out of thin air and added to the standard model to make the model work is no longer necessary. When including the incredible amount of energy present in the fabric of the vacuum itself, then one can calculate that the proton, for example, has enough mass-energy inside of it's volume to create a tiny singularity in its center: a mini black hole.


The traditional standard model description of a black hole says that they suck in everything around them, (even light) and that nothing except a small amount of radiation (Hawking radiation) is able to escape, leading them to eventually "evaporate", which causes a major issue called the "information paradox".

If we know that energy has to be conserved (that is, it can't ever be destroyed, that it only change state) then where does all the energy (mass) that falls into a black hole go?

Nassim Haramein's holofractographic model for the universe revises the model of black holes by modifying the topology of space-time dynamics and structure. Rather than a black hole being described as being like a funnel curving down to a point (singularity), Nassim describes black holes as having the shape and dynamics of a Torus, which allows information to both implode and expand from the central singularity. Instead of information getting sucked in and disappearing forever to who knows where, black holes are described as both radiating objects as well as imploding “holes”. This change was made by Nassim by adding in the dynamics of spin (torque and Coriolis forces) into Albert Einstein’s relativistic field equations.

In this model, the universal topology of space-time (black holes on all scales) is described as a rotating dual torus which is expanding and contracting on itself continuously. As space-time curves towards the centering singularity, it also curls like water going down the drain. Rather than describing gravity using using the analogy of a ball on a (flat) trampoline, Nassim's new model describes gravity for what it is, a curling dynamic that happens in a "3D" space-time manifold, not on a "flat" surface.

This curling of the space-time manifold at all scales is the mechanical source of spin at all scales from atoms to planets to stars to galaxies etc. Matter on all scales is spinning because the space that defines the matter is spinning itself. As space-time curls towards singularity it approaches the speed of light, generating enormous centrifugal forces, which in turn causes expansion. The expansion of space-time is eventually overpowered by the curvature of space-time and contracts back towards the singularity again, keeping the process in perpetual motion.

It is the continuous process of space-time implosion and expansion that produces the forces of gravity and electromagnetism. The gravitational field is generated as space-time curls towards the singularity in the center of the system and electromagnetic spectrum is produced when the centrifugal forces of spin at the event horizon (which are close to the speed of light near the singularity), cause it to expand and radiate.

Prior to Nassim Haramein's holofractographic model, the source of all spin in the universe was unexplained other than to say that all spin started with the Big Bang and that everything in the universe has been spinning continuously in space-time since then due to the initial momentum gained in the Big Bang (ready for this?) "in a frictionless environment" (!).

With Nassim Haramein's addition of torque and spin into Einstein’s field equations, he generates a new, much more coherent model that unifies the forces of spin, electromagnetism and gravity using the most foundational topology of space-time on all scales: the Torus

Visual depictions of gravity commonly use the example of a ball sitting on a trampoline with the mass of the ball curving the gravitational field represented by the trampoline.

The problem with simplifying the description of gravity with this example is that it might cause someone to imagine gravity or space-time itself as a flat surface. However, there is no such thing as "flat" in the universe. Telling a child that gravity is like a surface of anything is like telling a chile the Earth is a flat surface.

In the upper left of the image below, we see the most common type of illustration used to represent gravity showing a flat surface being "dimpled", in the upper right we have what is a step closer to properly illustrating gravity in a more "3D" way, showing the force acting in all directions within a grid, but again it is still using flat faces, (this time 6 of them on a cube). The lower image is a much more accurate (yet still approximate) rendition of the dynamics of gravity: a hyperbolic toroidial field that incorporates the forces of torque, Coriolis forces and spin, as space-time doesn't just curve toward singularity, it actually curls as it curves, like water going down the drain, forming the dynamic and structure of a Torus.

It's time to stop flattening the description of the universe and depict it much more accurately. Now that we have a more coherent understanding of the forces of nature, so too should be our visual depictions of that understanding.

"There is a physical place inside your heart that has a singularity. Your heart has a little cavity between the two ventricular, and that little cavity has the highest electromagnetic field of your body, and can be measured up to eight feet away from  your body, and can be measured up to eight feet away from you; and that's the battery of life that keeps your heart going. When you die, that singularity is no longer present, and I think that is why there is a bunch of weight that goes missing when people die. The weight is the result of that singularity curving space-time, creating a gravitational effect that we call weight.