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  Thursday, 03 May 2012
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Is the astronomical phenomenon presently known as a 'Black Hole' the physical manifestation of the Abyss?
10 years ago
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#1164
Accepted Answer
The science of this time is based on very limited data, and mostly from inference rather than direct observation and experience, so it is good to be "on your toes" with regard to theories about such powerful forces.

Black holes channel energy between dimensions. They appear black to us because we do not have the sight to see that much light, nor the level of mind that can comprehend their function.

My understanding is that they are related to the birth and death of very complex cosmic entities, and so in Kabbalah they are related to the highest levels of the Tree of Life.

...the profound ineffable Darkness constitutes the Eternal Womb, within which the origins of Light appear and disappear.

It is said that the Absolute is Darkness. Light emerges from Darkness. The Uncreated Light of the Absolute emerges from the profound Darkness of the Great Night. From this Darkness, that does not have Light, emerges the Uncreated Light. If we are placed in this Darkness, we will see nothing but an Abyss and profound Darkness, but for the inhabitants of the Absolute, the Paramarthasattyas, this Darkness is Uncreated Light, which is not created by any God or human being, and where only an inexhaustible happiness and inconceivable joy reigns.

Light and Darkness are two phenomena of the same noumenon, which is unknown, profound, and inconceivable to the reasoning.

The fact of perceiving more or less Light that shines from the Darkness is a matter which depends on our power of Spiritual Vision. The Absolute is a profound and terrible Darkness for human eyes, and Uncreated Light for the ineffable hierarchy of the Paramarthasattyas.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

10 years ago
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#1159
If you are referring to the Abyss of the infradimensions, commonly called "hell," then no.

If you are referring to the Abyss at the edge of the Absolute, then perhaps.

The black holes in space are not evil or bad. They are a natural phenomena needed by each universe, by means of which energy is transformed in a very profound way.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

10 years ago
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#1161
I agree that black holes aren't evil nor bad, mostly because I'm not being torn apart by one and also due to the fact that these phenomena are functioning as per their design, recycling matter ((condensed energy) consciousness) into x-rays, if I'm not mistaken. Just as, to the Supreme Being, the infra-dimensions aren't evil nor good, due to the fact that the Supreme Being is above good and evil and also that the infra-dimensions are functioning as per their design, recycling consciousness.
Having said this, I do understand that terrestrial science (on which my observation is based) has only scratched the surface on the knowledge of the cause and effect of black holes. But, it is quite the parallel.
Is this perceived parallel, between black holes and the Abyss, warped by the limitations of Earthly science?

Could you please elaborate on the term you used: "The Abyss at the edge of the Absolute"
10 years ago
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#1164
Accepted Answer
The science of this time is based on very limited data, and mostly from inference rather than direct observation and experience, so it is good to be "on your toes" with regard to theories about such powerful forces.

Black holes channel energy between dimensions. They appear black to us because we do not have the sight to see that much light, nor the level of mind that can comprehend their function.

My understanding is that they are related to the birth and death of very complex cosmic entities, and so in Kabbalah they are related to the highest levels of the Tree of Life.

...the profound ineffable Darkness constitutes the Eternal Womb, within which the origins of Light appear and disappear.

It is said that the Absolute is Darkness. Light emerges from Darkness. The Uncreated Light of the Absolute emerges from the profound Darkness of the Great Night. From this Darkness, that does not have Light, emerges the Uncreated Light. If we are placed in this Darkness, we will see nothing but an Abyss and profound Darkness, but for the inhabitants of the Absolute, the Paramarthasattyas, this Darkness is Uncreated Light, which is not created by any God or human being, and where only an inexhaustible happiness and inconceivable joy reigns.

Light and Darkness are two phenomena of the same noumenon, which is unknown, profound, and inconceivable to the reasoning.

The fact of perceiving more or less Light that shines from the Darkness is a matter which depends on our power of Spiritual Vision. The Absolute is a profound and terrible Darkness for human eyes, and Uncreated Light for the ineffable hierarchy of the Paramarthasattyas.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

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