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Matrix, the

The Matrix is both a concept and a symbol.

Symbolically, the ‘Egg’ is divided up geographically into segments or cones. Thus we have vibrational layers that change towards the centre of the egg and are colour coded for ease of reference and different portions that have all the same layers but divide up the egg. 


This two dimensional view shows that the overall effect is that of a matrix.

The two dimensional view of the Matrix is symbolically used in Chess.  The three dimensional view is now the realm of film makers [The Matrix], numerous game makers – “A cool wide screen Matrix game with almost unlimited moves” -  [there is even a company called The Matrix Games Company] and numerous authors [for example Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in "The Matrix" (Paperback) by David Gerrold].  As such the concept is well known, but it has been left to the more creative people to keep the idea going.

The word matrix comes from the Aryan root word MATRA.  This word is also the root of words such as Mother, measurement and mathematics.  The Great matrix is also the ‘tricky mother’ and matrix literally means ‘the womb of matter’.  All this is very relevant as if you now turn to the section on the symbolism of the Mother and Father, you will see that the Mother is used symbolically as the source of souls, she ‘gives birth’ to souls in the physical level – animates them, so to speak.

The division of the Matrix into boundaried spaces produces what is called a cell.   Most of the landscapes seen in visions and out of body experiences are constructed around cells.  A detailed description is provided in the Cell page.


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