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This article comes as a part or culmination of my other three articles, the great conceptualization, the new official science and the universal civilization. And in this article, I want to discuss non-technically about the orthogonality principle and the experiential universe.
N. B: Some of my articles in this blog are presented or discussed in non-technical terms, but this doesn’t mean that they don’t have a technical base. All my articles in Echa & Science revolve around my treatise on the universe. So, you will find all the technical information you need in the treatise.
The orthogonality principle is one of the seven absolute principles in the universe, and in fact, it is the first absolute principle in the universe. Without the orthogonality principle, some or all of the other six absolute principles would not exist. This is why this article is very important and also why the orthogonality principle is very fundamental.
Defining the Orthogonality Principle
What is the orthogonality principle? Simple. It’s what you have always known. The orthogonality principle is a principle that defines how two or more essences are separated by 90°.
In mathematics and also in post-modern physics, a common representation of this principle is the Pythagoras theorem. However, because of its newly discovered extensive application and new interpretations in post-modern physics, it is now elevated as an absolute principle of the universe.The orthogonality principle is a principle that defines how two or more essences are separated by 90°.Click To Tweet
The extensive application and new interpretations of the orthogonality principle reveal to us how we can see the universe in a new way, that is different from how we have seen the universe in other epochs of science.
The Two Ways of Perceiving the Universe
So, what is the difference between how we saw the universe in other epochs and now? In other epochs or eras of science, we had a mechanistic and non-experiential view of the universe. But in this new post-modern era, we have an organic and experiential view of the universe. Both are qualitatively and vastly different.
Now, the orthogonality principle is the portal into the experiential universe. It is the lens through which we view and experience the experiential nature of the cosmos. The orthogonality principle is the base or foundation of the new science that is been birthed in this post-modern era.
In hindsight, what has constituted the base of the science of other eras is what I call the linearity principle. The linearity principle is just what it obviously implies. It is a principle that defines only the operation of an essence without regard to any other which may be separate from it by any angle.
I have discussed in my article on the great conceptualization how the linearity principle is the foundation of classical and modern physics and even how it was introduced by Newton through his first law of motion.
So, now, we are been informed that the universe does not have only one character, but that there are two ways of perceiving the cosmos. The mechanistic and non-experiential way and the organic and experiential way. And while the linearity principle is related to the non-experiential universe, the orthogonality principle is related to the experiential universe.
Post-modern physics is informing us that the real universe in which we live is the experiential universe and that the non-experiential universe which we have always known is because of our warped and incomplete understanding of the universe.Post-modern physics is informing us that the real universe in which we live is the experiential universe. Click To Tweet
The new knowledge of the orthogonality principle and the experiential universe is showing us why our previous attempts to resolve the unification problem and discover the unified field theory have all been futile.
We had a wrong way of looking at the universe. The old kind of science which we learned from classical and modern physics is not apt or well-fitted to reveal to us the theory of the universe. In hindsight, we needed a new kind of science, which we now have, in order to discover the unity of the cosmos.
The Three Kinds of Orthogonality
In one of my articles on superluminal phenomena, I had talked about the three kinds of orthogonality. The article is linked below, and I will really like you to read it. It reveals the simple and true way to probe and understand superluminal phenomena which has long been suspected and reported in physics, especially in quantum mechanics.
In the above article, I stated that there are three kinds of orthogonality, and they are spatial-temporal orthogonality, spatial-spatial orthogonality and gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality. We are quite familiar with the first two even though the new attribute of form which space and time now possess in post-modern physics gives a new facet to their applications.
Spatial-temporal orthogonality is applied in our common space-time graphs, and spatial-spatial orthogonality is applied also in our space-space graphs like when we are dealing with other possible directions in space other than a direction. We have the common composite presentation of the three axes of space as x, y, z.
This spatial-spatial orthogonality is what is also applied to other physical quantities like speed, acceleration etc. So, from classical and modern physics we already have a basic understanding of spatial-temporal orthogonality and spatial-spatial orthogonality (even though post-modern physics enriches this practice).
Now, the new kind of orthogonality which I call gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality is one aspect that is very relevant in this article. I call this third kind of orthogonality gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality because it shows us how the two essences, light and gravity, are related and unified.
The gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality, while geometrically or pictorially similar to the other two kinds of orthogonality, stems from a more pristine and experiential base. In an unusual way, it is beyond mathematics!
The gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality does not capture a kind of spatially geometrical relationship between light and gravity, rather it captures an experiential (or behavioural relationship) between light and gravity. This is why I talked about experientry which deals with the experiential aspect of geometry in my other article.
In gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality, light and gravity are not just orthogonal in relation to their expressed magnitudes but also in behaviour. Light and gravity can never manifest the same essence and in this lies their orthogonality.
Light and gravity manifest themselves in a converse manner in the universe. This is true beyond the geometrical or pictorial interpretation of gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality in post-modern physics.Light and gravity can never manifest the same essence and in this lies their orthogonality. Click To Tweet
So, when I am talking about gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality, I am talking about experiential or behavioural orthogonality and not pictorial or spatially geometrical orthogonality which you are familiar with. This new understanding of orthogonality is one great truth that takes you into the mind of the universe.
It shows you how to understand the proposition that the universe is a standing gravi-electromagnetic field. By this proposition, we are talking about the universe in an experiential way, in a way that is beyond physical geometricizations or picture.
This experiential orthogonality between light and gravity becomes the basis upon which we can assert that the universe is flat. The universe is not curved and this is because of gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality.
In electrodynamics, we describe uniform motion based on the linear motion of only light and in gravi-electrodynamics, we describe accelerated motion based on the orthogonal motion of gravi-electromagnetic wave. So, how can the universe be curved?
The Experiential Universe
This brings to our attention, more than anything else, the experiential nature of the universe. The true absolute laws of the universe were written upon the flat-experiential understanding of geometry. The true laws of the universe are the laws that determine our experiences of the universe before anything else.
Our so-called physical observation or observable trajectory of motion are emergent consequences of the inner experiences of motion. The later comes first in the cosmic scheme of things.Our observable trajectory of motion are emergent consequences of the inner experiences of motion.Click To Tweet
We have to realise that there is a difference between how we observe motion and how we experience motion. When we look to how we physically observe motion we would produce physical science like we have, but if we look at our experience of motion we would produce a new kind of science called metaphysical science which is the kind of science that is promoted on this blog.
This brings us a very central revelation in post-modern physics which is that all our physical observations of motion upon which physical science is based deals with linearity and deviations from it, while the experiential (metaphysical) observation upon which metaphysical science is based deals with orthogonality and the deviations from it.
The kind of orthogonality in which experiential observation is based is the spatial-temporal orthogonality. I want you to know that the orthogonality principle is now the encompassing principle upon which we can understand the universe. When we move into post-modern physics, we encounter the different forms (separate from the dimensions) of space and time.
The orthogonality of these forms of space and time is what is directly responsible for our experiences of motion and not the commonly observed trajectory in physical space. Post-modern physics exposes us to the experiential universe.
The three kinds of orthogonality all coincide to give us the complete picture of the universe and the wide application of the orthogonality principle. And from our discussion so far, you will find out that post-modern physics has entrenched the orthogonality principle as something more than a mathematical tool, but as the encompassing pathway to grasps the cosmos.
Furthermore, post-modern physics is informing us that the kind of space and time upon which the orthogonality principle is based is not physical space and time, but rather metaphysical space and time.
Don’t be confounded. In post-modern physics, when we talk about physical space and time we are referring to the mechanistic, non-experiential space and time you have been used to. They are the entities we use to model the operations of the universe based on physical science. They are the common clocks and meter sticks.
However, metaphysical space and time are the newly revealed organic, experiential space and time. They are the entities which with we use to model the operations of the universe based on metaphysical science. They are the next kind of clocks and meter sticks!Metaphysical space and time are the newly revealed organic, experiential space and time. Click To Tweet
When I say that metaphysical space and time are the next kind of meter sticks and clocks, what do I mean? To understand this, let’s go back in time before recorded history, let’s go back to a point in history when man couldn’t make any measurement of space and time.
Before clock and meter sticks were invented, man had first of all set himself in the path of physical understanding. He had observed the seasons and their cycles and based on these repeated events he designed clocks. The clocks were made to follow the movement of the heavens.
Before he designed meter sticks he had had a sense of points and physical space between bodies. It was to quantify this physical space between bodies that man designed meter sticks. All these while man had no notion or understanding of any other kind of space and time (until Newton).
So, now that man has a new understanding of space and time which is that it is metaphysical, one important question becomes, how does he quantify them like he had done for physical space and time? Can he design some kind of clocks and meter sticks in order to quantify them or what?
The answer to this question lies in the true understanding of the nature of metaphysical space and time. And from this true understanding man realizes that he cannot physically measure metaphysical space and time like he did for physical space and time, rather he can experience them.
The physical space and time which man observes, measures and inserts into his equations and theories are not the true space and time which he experiences. All these while he has been disconnected from the true experiential universe. The universe he thinks he sees and models is not the true universe in which he lives.
Man lives in an experiential universe and he cannot measure or quantify space and time, he can only experience them. Now, just as he was able to design clocks and meter sticks which match his physical observation of time and space respectively, so can he design new kinds of clocks and meter sticks to match his experience of time and space respectively.
I will like to call this new kind of clocks and meter sticks experiential clocks and meter sticks. Man have always experienced space and time subconsciously, but now we want to bring this experience to a conscious level. Also, we want to standardise the new possible experience of space and time like we had for physical space and time.
Understanding these things show you how post-modern physics is launching us into the metaphysical world! For just as technology had to meet the practice of physical science before we could invent physical clocks and meter sticks, so also would post-modern technology have to meet with the new practice of metaphysical science in order for us to invent experiential clocks and meter sticks.
This would lead to the worldwide change in the consciousness of man. How we understand space and time in classical and modern is giving way for a new understanding of these entities that will raise our consciousness. We are now in the time of no time (clocks), and in the space without space (meter sticks).
Our tendency to measure these entities is giving way for the new tendency to experience these entities. Quantitative science is now to be replaced by experiential science.
Our physical space and time do not exist in the experiential universe. One important and limiting consequence of our use of physical space and time to describe the universe is that it separates us from the true universe. Our physical and non-experiential interpretations of space and time make us external to the universe and the universe external to us.
This inappropriate situation is what post-modern physics wants to change. The unity of the universe which we seek is beyond a paper description, the cosmos is calling us into this unity. We are part of the unity of the universe which we seek, and only the experiential universe can bring us to the experience of this unity.
The unity of the universe is more than a scientific theory, it is the call to a new life and also a new way of doing science. The discovery of the unity of the universe ensures that we no longer stand apart from the universe. The unity of the universe is not a discovery to observe but a discovery to experience. We are one with the cosmos.
The new metaphysical science holds a lot of promises, for experiential space and time have succeeded in assisting us to understand how the universe unifies, what is now left is for us to have the experience of metaphysical space and time and build the new world from them.
Our current world which we can call the physical world emerged and is built on physical space and time. And just as by our understanding of physical space and time we have built this physical world, so shall we by our understanding of metaphysical space and time build the metaphysical world.
Our intelligence and understanding of the world will be qualitatively enhanced and different from those of the men of other past ages of the world. We now have the God knowledge of all things. The God knowledge of the universe is experiential.The God knowledge of the universe is experiential.Click To Tweet
Also, I will like you to observe closely how I use words and adjectives to describe the physical and metaphysical universe. In place of “physical”, I can use mechanistic, non-experiential, relative and in place of “metaphysical”, I can use organic, experiential, and absolute. When you become conversant with the new science and with this blog you will have a natural understanding and application of these words.
The new post-modern technologies, one of which I propose in my scientific paper on Forms will assist us in the experience of metaphysical space and time. I believe strongly that our innate abilities will be propelled and furnished by this new science. It will sharpen mankind for greater feat of accomplishments.
Also, this new science is what we need in order for us to be able to extend our reach beyond Earth. The universal civilization will be a universal colony of man. So, we need the exact science of the cosmos to be well-fitted to pursue this purpose. The knowledge of the experiential universe will assist us in engaging motion in a more organic and natural way. I mean in a way that is not cumbersome and exhausting like we do now.
Also, the understanding of the experiential universe is what we need to make free energy. The realisation of free energy goes beyond the discovery of one machine or technology, it involves man understanding that he’s part of a vast energy reservoir he calls the universe and that he can harness energy in an experiential way, it does not have to be mechanistic.
I have laid the foundation for this new way to energy in my second ebook. Man is indeed the measure of all things. Great and old philosophical and mystical truths are becoming relevant in this post-modern era. This is the result of the great consummation. The whole new post-modern body of scientific knowledge is about the experiential universe.The whole new post-modern body of scientific knowledge is about the experiential universe. Click To Tweet
All these things said about the experiential universe are inseparable from the orthogonality principle. The more we understand the orthogonality principle and its ramifications the more we will understand the experiential universe. The orthogonality principle is the lens through which we see the experiential universe.The orthogonality principle is the lens through which we see the experiential universe. Click To Tweet
Also, one important harmony you will discover about the orthogonality principle and its three kinds stated above is that we cannot see into or understand the nature of superluminal phenomena which are governed by gravi-electromagnetic orthogonality without the perception of the universe based on spatial-temporal orthogonality or the great conceptualization.
What I am saying is that we cannot understand superluminal phenomena without an entirely new perception of the universe. Our current physical science cannot explain the nature of superluminal phenomena. No conception of physical space and time upon which physical science is based can explain superluminal phenomena.
This is why we can attest to the existence of superluminal phenomena yet we cannot explain them using physical space and time. But we can explain them using metaphysical space and time. In the experiential universe, we find the satisfactory explanation of all the supposedly weird phenomena of physics.
The whole mysteries that confound today’s science are indicating to us the existence of metaphysical science and the experiential universe. These experiential space and time have been inserted into physics to give us post-modern physics. It is left to us to embrace and follow the new way.
Only knowledge can rebirth man, and man is now to being called to become born again. He’s now called to no longer observe time in the motion of the stars or to observe space in their dark separations, but now experience the time that is eternal and the space that is encompassing.
So, whenever you think of the orthogonality principle, I want you to think also of the experiential universe. The orthogonality principle is not for the physical, non-experiential universe that you are used to, it is for the metaphysical, experiential universe which is now been revealed to us.
Until next time.
We are one with the experiential universe!
– M. V. Echa