One Atom, Nine Dimensions!

The Hermetic philosophy states: As above, so below. Could it be that the lowly invisible atom, composed of protons, neutrons, and electrons, is, after all, microcosmic—a simplified model of Omniverse? Our use of Noetitek™, which subsumes and surpasses Hermetism, says yes. In the midst of the complexity of 21st century particle physics, we offer an unconventional perspective, an uncomplicated view. The following paragraphs will serve as brief introduction: 

The atom, smallest complete unit of space-time-mind in our theory, has within its synergetic structure three fundamental Reality-building components: protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons are positively charged, electrons are negatively charged, and neutrons are neutral. The proton and neutron are each composed of three sub-units that science calls quarks, which lends credence to our overall conclusion because two-thirds of the dimensions of Omniverse (above) correspond with those atomic portions and parts (below). Except, however, no similar subatomic structure has been associated with the electron; at present, the scientific consensus appears to be that there is none. 

Using the insights we developed in identifying and grasping the structure and meaning of the dimensions of Omniverse, we are able to infer, algebraically, the nature of the electron. Does the electron have a tripartite substructure? We say it does, and we predict that physicists will confirm this in the near future, perhaps as a side-effect of their search for the theorized Higgs boson (the “God particle”). Perhaps some device equivalent to a rainbow-making prism will eventually pry it apart, and what will they find? Quick answer: Whatever the shy cosmos chooses to reveal. Because, our best guess is that electrons, in total, form an infinitely processing triune Cosmic Brain.


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