Everything is a matter of thought.
Physicists will argue that Nothing never existed. Antimatter (matter composed of subatomic particles that interact with other elementary particles) yearns to become; to fill the vacuum. A void is actually vast potential. Before the universe existed, the void was full of possibilities. Prior to His Creative Word, God, like every artist, had a concept. Zero dimensions represent the thought that led to Creation, voiced by the Creator thus: “Let there be …” (Genesis 1:3)
“When the Egyptians chose to depict the name of God and the creative Word, they did so by encapsulating both in the hieroglyph of the mouth – in essence, a vesica piscis – a symbol similar to the shape a vibrating string makes. Just as the forms of sacred geometry emanate from the womb of the vesica piscis, so it is said that emerging from the one tone of Creation were seven gods, such as the Biblical Elohim, each of whom was associated with a specific task in the creation of the Universe. These gods were often depicted as rays emanating from a triangle of white light … the threefold nature of white light gives birth to the seven colors of the visible spectrum and the notes of the diatonic music scale.” – Freddy Silva, from Secrets in the Fields, the Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles
“… [S]cientists have come to feel more and more keenly that there exists in nature an order, a harmony, which is at least partially accessible to our intelligence, and they have devoted all their efforts to discover each day more of the nature and the extent of this harmony.” – Prince Louis de Broglie
The Word of God
The Flower of Life is an ancient Egyptian symbol containing remarkably advanced, esoterically graphic descriptions of scientific processes necessary to creation. The circle is considered geometrically perfect and inclusive, representing God. In Genesis 1, God’s Spirit moves out over the void. The first pattern created when two circles overlap is called the vesica piscis, representing the spoken word, or mouth of God in ancient history, and the fish symbol recognized in the Christian era. This intersection is known as the “seed” of the Flower of Life.
Interestingly, Luke 8:11 records the words of Christ as He interprets the parable of the sower: “Now the parable is this: the seed is the word of God”. John 1:1-14 defines Jesus the Christ as the Word which was God Himself as well as in fellowship with Him. This is a literary picture of the first vesica piscis that became the seed of all creation – a harmonic vibration (imagine a plucked guitar string) that created a third circle, representing the Son of God. The resulting “trinity” of circles, still connected, creates a three-petaled flower of life, all containing seeds of potential. These three petals are recreated in a mirror image, creating three more petals (depicted in the Star of David). This is a representation of Christ’s prayer to the Father in the Garden of Gethsemane: “…your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10. Antimatter yearns for a purpose that glorifies God.
Consider the boundless choices of that one seed! What was the deepest yearning of antimatter? It was the response to God’s seed of thought; a transformation into His idea of reality. It’s as if every potential particle was just waiting for the opportunity to harmonize with the first note. And long before 20th Century physicists called it the Superstring Theory (a postulate suggesting super-symmetry of particulate matter in the form of a hypothetical one-dimensional string of extremely short length), each antimatter particle reverberated with the Creator’s harmonic vibration. The first electromagnetic wave pulsed out over the void; the voice of God … and the song began.
In ancient Egypt, the Eye of Horus represented ultimate enlightenment. In Hebrew, El Ayin (which sounds much like our word, alien) means The Eye of God. Among many other symbols, the picture of an eye is clearly depicted in the vesica piscis of two flowers within the Flower of Life.
God had you in mind.
How does this relate to us? We don’t exist in zero dimensions. Or do we? If you had to describe yourself to someone who could not perceive dimension (someone without the senses of sight or touch) what would you say? Your form and appearance would be irrelevant. Your existence would be verified only by your words – harmonic vibrations conveying conceptual ideas. In zero dimensions, we exist as thought: God’s thought!
In his acceptance speech for the Nobel Prize for his study of the atom, physicist Max Planck said:
“As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about the atoms this much: There is no matter as such! All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together … We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. This mind is the matrix of all matter.”
Twistor Theory, a deeper application of Superstring Theory, suggests that points are actually by-products of intersecting lines – a concept that supports the idea that intersecting thoughts of a multi-dimensional Creator was the genesis of all matter.
This “zero-dimension” is not nothing. It is the thought of the Creator – his “prayer” for Creation. And, since God exists outside of space and time, I imagine that first prayer was something like this:
“My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one— I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.” John 17: 20-23
Every thought contains creative potential. It really is the thought that counts! Every thought is a prayer.
Read the introduction of the Quantum Physics of Prayer here.