C2.09: The Allusion Of The Forms Of Matter

The Allusion Of The Forms Of Matter:  In his 1951 textbook on quantum theory, Bohm offered some interesting speculations on the analogies between quantum processes and thought processes, thus carrying further the celebrated statement made by the astronomer James Jeans two decades earlier: “Today there is a wide measure of agreement… that the stream of knowledge is heading towards a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine”; and the statement by astronomer Arthur Eddington:  “The stuff of the universe is mind-stuff”.   More recently, cyberneticist David Foster described “an intelligent universe” whose apparent concreteness is generated by cosmic data from an unknowable, organized source.   The reality of the holographic theory says that: “…our brains mathematically construct hard reality by interpreting frequencies from a dimension transcending time and space.   The brain is a hologram, interpreting a holographic universe.”

If you understand what is being said, then you can begin to understand why Mystics who have walked the spiritual path in search of Gnosis and the Divine Manna of the Kingdom of God, have traditionally warned others that what they see with their physical eyes — i.e., the objects that appear to their organic senses and mind as being concrete and solid matter — is merely an illusion.    And if we ask the question, what does this mean?    What we are confronted with is a reality that few biblical skeptics are even prepared to embrace — i.e., that the allegorical nature of the scriptures is merely an extension of man’s own consciousness, mind and being.    In the above reply to the Atheist, The God Who Wasn’t There, I demonstrate that the most enlightened religious/spiritual authorities all portray the literal text of the written word of the scriptures as an allegory which conceals esoteric truths that are beyond the understanding of untransformed organic man — to the degree that the man who is known as the Apostle Paul portrayed the literal text of the scriptures as the “letter that killeth” (see Letter).    But what  both blind believer and critic alike fail to recognize, is the esoteric reality that the scriptures are in fact a written allegory that is necessary to prepare the seeker/disciple to begin to grasp the greater allegory of the outer world — a world that in the analogy of Plato’s Cave, is portrayed as a world of illusion that must be escaped!  And thus, the reality of what is portrayed in the words of the Gospel of Thomas: Jesus said, “Recognize what is in your sight, and that which is hidden from you will become plain to you . For there is nothing hidden which will not become manifest.”   That few recognize what is in their sight — and remain totally ignorant of the fact that they live in an allegorical world — is the reason why they are portrayed as the walking dead (The Dead Know Nothing).   But the fact that religious people — i.e., Jews, Christians and Muslims — permit their children to be programmed by the dead, is truly sinful.