In this short article, I want to lay down what would aptly be described as the geometrical description of all that metaphysical science represents and also of what can be referred to as metaphysical perception.
I always inform us in this blog that mankind is in a new age or transition, and I say that because we have begun the march towards metaphysical science. Our physical view is already giving way for a metaphysical view of the universe.
The foundation for all of this has been laid, what remains to follow is the widespread practice of it, which is bound to happen as we move into the future. The materialist order is not bound to continue and we have reached a tipping point.
So, in this article, I want to focus on the simple geometrical basis that defines the metaphysical worldview, and this is by making an important reference to the geometrical basis that defines our physical worldview.
What we physicists or scientists today refer to as physical science or the physical view of the universe was laid down in principle by Isaac Newton.
It was in the Principia that man came to the realization of what he termed “the physical laws of the universe”, and from the first appearance of these physical principles, it is obvious that they have a geometrical standing.
It is the geometrical standing that is immediately obvious to anyone that comes into contact with the physical laws of motion as Newton presented, that is very important in this article and also as it comparatively relates to the metaphysical laws of motion.
So, what I am espousing is that, according to Newton’s presentation of the physical laws of motion, the geometrical basis of these laws is linearity and the possible deviation from it.
According to Newton’s physical laws, a body in uniform motion maintains linearity unless it is pushed into accelerated motion by an external force.
This simple presentation has served physics for the past few centuries, and it has become such a common notion that many physicists would not pause to consider if it can be questioned in the manner I am proposing today.
Also, the linear geometrical standing of the physical science is so taken as obvious that even though one may question Newton’s physical laws of motion, one may never go further to question the linearity basis of the laws.
This is because linearity appears as a self-evident attachment to whatever one may conceive the laws of the universe to be.
However, metaphysical science goes further not only to question the physical laws of the universe and to change them, but to also change the geometrical basis of physics.
To explain what I mean, metaphysical science, unlike physical science, is based on orthogonality and not linearity. The metaphysical laws of the universe unlike the physical laws of the universe are understood by their fundamental relation to orthogonality.The metaphysical laws of the universe unlike the physical laws of the universe are understood by their fundamental relation to orthogonality.Click To Tweet
The physical laws of the universe are understood by their relation to linearity as it is evident in the Principia, but the metaphysical laws of the universe are understood by their relation to orthogonality as it is evident in the Treatise.
We are now looking at two fundamentally different kinds of science and one of the greatest advantages that metaphysical science has over physical science is that the former leads to the unity of physics whereas the latter cannot.
Metaphysical science with it geometrical basis on orthogonality gives us a different perspective of all what we referred to as the quantities of physics, and this is not to ignore fundamental concepts like light and gravity.
Please, take note that when I mention linearity, it is with the possible attendant deviations from it. And when I mention orthogonality, it is also with the possible attendant deviations from it.
So, while what we call physical perception is the view of the universe that is based on linearity and the possible attendant deviations from it, what I now call metaphysical perception is the view of the universe that is based on orthogonality and the possible attendant deviations from it.
These definitions of physical and metaphysical perceptions are as simple and as scientific as they can be. And it is interesting to know that this blog is the only place where you can find this kind of discourse.
And finally, how orthogonality is related to metaphysical science constitutes the basis of post-modern physics, and also of the new worldview.
Until next time,
I will be here.
– M. V. Echa