January 13, 2011

From God To Atom ... And Vice Versa

6000 years ago, Egyptian priests had built the Temple of Heliopolis. This is one of the oldest historic buildings in the world. At Heliopolis, the priests worship the Creator of all the worlds, which they called Atum. Here's how the Egyptian priests defined the God : " God is the one who first created the Gods and the people from his own substance, he created absolutely everything, which attracts and rejects, positive and negative. He is unknown outside our usual time and space".
From here we can continue to define overarching principles : it is the primordial substance, it is protomateria and the initial atom that consist of space, time and wishes. King Akhenaten called God Aton. The priests of Heliopolis conveyed their teaching the only ones able to put people in harmony with the Universe. " In Nun lives an undefined spirit that bears all existence". Nun in the Egyptian language means chaos. This concept was later taken over by the Coptic Orthodox, speaking about an uncreated God which contains in itself the source of all creations, and a created God, that is expressed. So, Atum gave birth to everything in the Universe. Atum's correspondent is Brahma for the Hindu. From the Hindu we know the fact that Brahma "invented" the two fundamental and primordial energies : positive and negative that is masculine and feminine, or yin and yang. Modern physicists and biologists studying protomateria which they consider the principle of life. The protomateria is neutral, it is neither positive or negative. Interestingly, Aton means "neutral". Brahmans called God Atma. The Tibetans called God Aum. The Jews called God Adonai and the Greeks called him Adonis. In other words, our ancestors had found these names are synonyms of "atom".


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