Levels of physically solid planet Earth

EarthIn continuation of my post about the formation of the Solar system (read here), I want to focus on the process of creation of physical matter, by the example of the formation of our planet Earth.

As I wrote earlier, physical matter is the result of merging of the Primary Matters in the areas of deformation (heterogeneity, non-uniformity), in which the conditions are significantly different from the external ones. Therefore, the Primary Matters, falling into these areas, begin to mix. But why and how exactly does this synthesis occur?

To begin with, let us name the Primary Matters by the first 7 letters of the alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F and G (7 Matters). In our Universe there are some areas (non-uniformities), where there is maximal interaction between these Matters, and some others where it is absolutely impossible, or where these Matters interact only partially by means of one or another shared quality. Where there is a maximum interaction, there is a total merging of the Primary Matters. Merging is only possible inside a deformation, and within the limits of a defined volume where all parameters (qualities) of the influent Matters become identical.

Hybrid Matter ABThus, in the beginning inside one of the deformation, appeared after the Supernova Explosion, the conditions exist for the merging of only 2 Primary Matters – A and B, forming thereby a Matter with new qualities – the hybrid AB. This new Matter forms within the defined volume with clear boundaries where the parameters of these two Primary Matters are the same. We can assume the AB form as a sphere.

In turn, the resulting hybrid AB sphere-like form fills the deformation and begins to influence it, so that the parameters of the non-uniformity change. Initially (before an inflow of the Matters) a deformation has its own qualitative indicators that are different from the external ones where the Primary Matters do not mix. After each merging, occurring inside the deformation, these indicators change what creates conditions for the new mergence of the Primary Matters. In other words, due to the process of non-uniformity alignment of the space around the Star to the equilibrium state (before the explosion), qualitative indicators of the deformation area with each new synthesis in it, are changing.

Hybrid Matter ABCAfter receiving the first hybrid form inside the deformation, the conditions exist when the parameters of 3 Primary Matters become identical within, again, the defined volume. So, there is the merging of A, B and C Matters but in a different combination. The formed new hybrid Matter- ABC also has new qualities that differ from these 3 Matters and the AB hybrid Matter. It is important to note that the ABC hybrid Matter occupies a volume smaller than the AB. I.e., the ABC sphere-like form exists inside the AB sphere-like form. Why does it happen? The conditions for the synthesis of the second sphere are created only because of the presence of ​​the first sphere in the area. So, it happens with all other subsequent Primary Matters, namely:

– After the ABC sphere, there are the conditions for the emergence of a new smaller ABCD sphere (combination of 4 Matters);

– The ABCD sphere creates the conditions for the formation of a new even smaller ABCDE sphere (combination of 5 Matters);

– The ABCDE sphere creates the conditions for the emergence of the ABCDEF sphere (combination of 6 Matters);

– After the ABCDEF sphere, there are the conditions for the emergence of the smallest ABCDEFG sphere (combination of 7 Matters), with the advent of which the process of alignment of the deformation to the initial equilibrium state completes.

Hybrid Matter ABCDEFGThe inside ABCDEFG sphere, formed by all seven Primary Matters, is the physically solid planet Earth, a substance that has four aggregate forms — solid, liquid, gas, and plasma. Different aggregate forms appear as a result of the fluctuation of qualitative indicators less than those, which created the conditions for the synthesis of the Primary Matters (i.e., less than ΔL = 0.020203236). The structure of the substance of Earth consists of atoms appeared in the deformation area after the ejection of the Stellar Matter. Every atom or molecule has its own range of qualitative indicators, within which it maintains its stability (it does not disintegrate). Therefore, the physically solid matter of the planet is distributed according to these ranges of stability. The boundaries of these ranges delineate the division between the atmosphere, oceans and solid surface of a planet. So, the Earth’s core is composed of heavy elements, which diminish in quantity from center to periphery. Elements of moderate weight, or combinations of moderate and lightweight elements make up the planet’s crust, the boundaries of which are at a different distance from the center of the planet. The boundaries of stability of the planet’s crystal structure repeat the contours of the non-uniform zone (that was created on Earth due to the difference of qualitative indicators of elements); therefore the surface of the firm crust has hollows and ledges. If we take sea level as the starting point, we note that all the Earth’s indentations are filled with water (oceans, seas and lakes), which is a combination of light elements such as oxygen and hydrogen. Further up, there is an atmosphere composed of light element gases extending into the ionosphere. Ions are physically limiting form of dense matter (6 spheres) of our Universe whose decay is accompanied by different radiations (decay into the Primary Matters).

6 Earth's Levels

1 – Physical sphere-level. 2 – Etheric sphere-level. 3 – Astral sphere-level. 4 – First mental sphere-level. 5 – Second mental sphere-level. 6 – Third mental sphere-level. The space around the non-uniformity filled by only one Primary Matter (red), is the Fourth Mental plane-level.

Thus, moving away from the physical center of the non-uniformity, we have the following picture: a sphere formed by the merging of 6 Primary Matters, is called the Etheric (ABCDEF) sphere; the merging of 5 Primary Matter produces the Astral (ABCDE) sphere; 4 Primary Matters constitutes the First Mental (ABCD) sphere; 3 Primary Matters – the Second Mental (ABC) sphere; and 2 Primary Matters – the Third Mental (AB) sphere.

We can also call these 6 spheres – the Earth’s levels. There is also the Fourth Mental level of the Earth. It is not a sphere but the plane. This level represents the undeformed space. Therefore, the Primary Matters do not mix and a new hybrid Matter is not created therein. This is the space which forms around the deformation with the spheres.

We then define planet Earth, as consisting of six concentric spheres, each interposed within another, the whole constituting an unbroken unity (they cannot exist without each other). Therefore, when we consider the processes occurring at the Physical level, we must remember that our Earth is only the visible tip of the iceberg.

The Physical (ABCDEFG) sphere of Earth shares the largest number of qualities with the Etheric (ABCDEF) sphere, which is closest to it (the only difference between them is the G Matter), and shares the smallest number of qualities with the Third Mental sphere, which is farthest from it. Mutual or shared qualities of the different spheres create certain conditions for their interaction. The amount of interaction between two spheres depends upon the number of qualities they share. What kind of interaction? At this point we come to the explanation of the organization and development of living matter, and more particularly, to an understanding of life and death, and who is Homo Sapiens.


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