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"Galatea" by Salvador Dali.


We know that everything in the universe is made up of atoms.  But I think the perception of what an atom is, is wrong.  An atom is not a proton centre with electrons and neutrons – this is simply how it appears upon scientific investigation with certain instruments.

An atom contains the software of the universe, held in a form of bubble memory.  Or more correctly egg shaped memory, because to all mystics the universe is perceived as an egg at both macroscopic and microscopic levels.  The one matches the other

Everything in the physical universe is assembled from atoms.  But depending upon what class of thing it is – what aggregate it belongs to [see Aggregates]  it only displays certain Functions.

In effect, if we view the atom with all its functions of the universe, only certain functions will be active and those functions will be the ones to which the thing belongs – its CLASS.

If it is an aggregate of any sort it will inherit the functions of the lower levels of the aggregate plus its own class functions.  Thus any one atom might belong to the oxygen class, the water class, the cell class, and the heart class, for example, and thus all the functions of these things will be activated.  In essence, the functions that apply to it are activated so that it behaves in all its different roles.

So each atom  – the object memory of functions -  will always act its role whatever it belongs to and the way it acts it role is by having its functions turned on.  As it ‘attaches’ to something new at a new level of aggregation, changes class, some functions are turned on and some turned off.  Thus within us we contain the functions of the world in bubbles or objects, but not all the functions are active ones.

For an explanation of the interaction between the Levels and Layers of vibrational energy– see  Atom and Levels.

For an explanation of how each atom executes its software, in effect what happens when the functions execute, see Atom Triggers.


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