Subtitle: The True Metaphysicist
Who is a post-modern scientist? What kind of science does he practice or advocate? How does he understand motion and view the universe? The answers to these three questions and any other are interwoven, and I want to discuss them in this article. So, sit tight!
Science is experiencing the fall of modern science and the eventual rise of post-modern science, and the post-modern scientist is among the new breed of scientists emerging as a result of post-modern science (or physics).
The post-modern scientist is one who has seen the unity of the universe as it has emerged as the important consequence of the second scientific revolution. He has come to realize that the new, post-modern science is metaphysical.
The post-modern scientist takes cognizance of the progress of science from the (Aristotelian) philosophy to physical science and now to metaphysical science. He holds little or no regard for prior versions of metaphysics which do not align with the newly discovered post-modern metaphysics.
Why this little regard for prior versions of metaphysics? This little regard for prior versions of metaphysics is because these prior versions of metaphysics describe the (metaphysical) universe in a purely religious and “philosophical” manner without regard for concepts such as force, momentum, energy etc. all of which are indispensable concepts to the scientist.
However, post-modern science which is metaphysical does not deny or ignore these concepts, rather it explicates them and makes us understand the true metaphysical interpretations of these concepts which were not available in prior versions of metaphysics.
So, even a skeptic who may want to quickly dismiss metaphysical, post-modern science is immediately drawn to it by the fact that it contains the same concepts which he finds in classical and modern science, and so he then wonders what he may find out about the universe in post-modern science.
It is in this venture precipitated by first attraction that he realizes surprisingly that all the concepts and phenomena which he had thought could only be investigated within the purview of physical science can also be investigated within the purview of metaphysical science.
Phenomena such as light and gravity and concepts such as space, time, force, momentum, and energy can all be investigated metaphysically, and it is in the new metaphysical meanings attached to these essences that the skeptic finds the unity of the universe that he may have long-sought before encountering post-modern science.
What the skeptic now learns about these concepts and the discovery of the unity of the universe based on the metaphysical interpretations of concepts that he had formerly understood within the purview of physical science make the skeptic or truth seeker to become a post-modern scientist.
So, the post-modern scientist, though a metaphysicist, still make use of the same technical terms such as force, momentum, energy etc. when describing the universe, but he does so with the below-surface metaphysical understanding of these terms.
The post-modern scientist who is a metaphysicist uses these terms as a physicist would, but he attaches only their metaphysical interpretations to them, and may only refer to their physical interpretations when he wants to speak to the physicist still stuck in classical and modern science.
The post-modern scientist more than anyone else understands the limit of physical science. He is at home with post-modern science and he seeks to pursue it and its practical relevance.
Post-modern science has come! The birth of metaphysical, post-modern science opens the portal to the metaphysical universe. So, the post-modern scientist is one that can see into the metaphysical universe which its operations were before now hidden from man.
The post-modern scientist has gone beyond physical science which traps one in the physical universe of distortions and disharmonies and has entered into the metaphysical universe which is the universe of unity and harmony, in fact, the unity of the universe is metaphysical.
All these things are well understood by the post-modern scientist. And in the new discovery of the metaphysical universe, the post-modern scientist realizes that there are really two possible kinds of science.
One is relative science which describes the physical universe while the other is absolute science which describes the metaphysical universe. The post-modern scientist realizes that before his discovery of post-modern science he had only been doing relative science without the knowledge of absolute science.
The post-modern scientist is well aware of how incomplete his understanding of the universe was and how post-modern science has helped complete his scientific understanding of the cosmos.
Furthermore, coupled with his new understanding of motion, he adds more adjectives to what he calls relative and absolute sciences. What are these adjectives? He realizes that we have relative, non-experiential science on one hand and absolute, experiential science on the other hand.
All along while he studied classical and modern science he had not made contact with the experiential nature of the universe or motion. All that he had called dynamics or mechanics constituted a non-experiential description of motion.
Post-modern science teaches him about a new kind of dynamics (or mechanics) based on the experiential nature of motion. He could not have discovered these two universes or kinds of motion or science without coming into contact with post-modern science.
Post-modern science shook his understanding of the universe and changed his perception of reality. His former perception of motion based on linearity and deviations from it gives way for a new perception of motion based on orthogonality and deviations from it.
The non-experiential description of motion is based on linearity, but the experiential description of motion is based on orthogonality. The post-modern scientist is the one who knows that the orthogonality principle is what determines our experiences of motion and not linearity. He is keenly aware of this
The true laws of the universe only describe experiential motion, while non-experiential motion is simply a superficial result of experiential motion. The post-modern scientist knows that all one can physically observe about motion whether it occurs in a straight line or not are not related to the true laws of the universe.
They are simply fall-outs of the true laws of motion that determine our experiences of motion whether we sense inertia or not. This is the experiential nature of motion which only the post-modern scientist can attest to.
To the post-modern scientist, the universe is not a physical and non-experiential place, rather the universe is a metaphysical and experiential place, and he hopes that you can see the difference.
The post-modern scientist understands that metaphysics is the deeper body of scientific knowledge. He no longer deals with physical science which is a low-level science.
He is an ascended one, as the mystics would call him. The post-modern scientist is aware of the now changing times which is birthing a new kind of science that consummate all great truths.
The post-modern scientist upholds metaphysics because of his extended and well-informed view about the universe, and not because he is ignorant of the inner workings of the universe. There is no darkness in the post-modern scientist, he understands how to understand all things. He knows that only metaphysics can give him the true picture of the universe.
Even God is understood by him through the lens of metaphysical science. He has shed away his religious perception of God. The post-modern scientist is the new man who has grasp completely the highest purpose of science, which is to be the new platform by which the spirit of the universe reveals itself. Science and not religion is the new spiritual path.
The post-modern scientist is one that is fully lost in the metaphysical and cannot see the universe otherwise. He has completely aligned himself with the spiritual nature of all things.
Light, gravity and all matter are now manifested metaphysical essences. His doctrine is alien to the currently passing world, but the emerging world is his. And as time passes by, his reality will become fully manifested and evident and “old things shall pass away”.
The new, post-modern world is for the metaphysicist. The post-modern scientist advances not to the stars, but to God. He is the first citizen of the Kingdom of God. He is the unbiased custodian of pure, metaphysical knowledge.
The post-modern scientist, understanding that the physical is illusory and short lasting, seeks metaphysical mysteries and he advances to the inner adytum of mystical knowledge as one “born of God” and not as one born of man.
The operations of the mind are purely scientific to the post-modern scientist. He investigates the finer levels of reality of which the mind is a part of, and there are no impediments on his way because his time has come!
The wind of the emerging post-modern world now blows against the structures of the old world. These structures must fall, and give way for better things. The post-modern scientist struggles to see the first universal civilization founded on the true knowledge of the universe.
The new metaphysical science with its social implications will bind us all as one great people of Earth. The post-modern scientist does not seek to deploy absolute science for destructive purposes, but for beneficial and non-destructive purposes. He understands the moral implication of the new science which calls him to a higher life, far above beastly behaviours.
The high intelligence of the post-modern scientist seeks to preserve life and the Earth and not to destroy them. He is not enslaved by technology, rather he fashions them for good purposes.
The post-modern scientist has extricated himself from the military industrial violence that characterizes the modern world. The post-modern scientist honours the universe in his practical pursuit, for to him, righteousness is a scientific act.
He thrives in this new spirit. The post-modern scientist develops technologies not just to make his life easy, but to foster his spiritual experience of the universe. Labs and machine making industries become temples for the post-modern scientist.
To the post-modern scientist, metaphysical science is the ultimate philosophy, and it encapsulates the wisdom of God which the ancients spoke of.
To be engulfed and enamoured by the spirit of the universe is the grand aim of the post-modern scientist. He is well conscious of metaphysics as the portal to the higher dimensional experience of the living universe. Therefore, he subscribes to living, organic science and not dead, mechanistic science of classical and modern times.
The post-modern scientist has completely reformed the purpose and intent of science forever. He is the full measure of what it means to be a scientist, for his spiritual understanding of the universe outweighs or balances his technological capabilities.
The post-modern scientist is very mindful of false interpretations but he is not also quick to debunk any proposition without any keen interest in illumination. The post-modern scientist is now a metaphysicist because he seeks only to understand the metaphysical nature of the universe, which he has realised is the true nature of all things.
The post-modern scientist is on a changing and evolving path to his divine and spiritual nature. The post-modern scientist lives in the metaphysical universe.
The post-modern scientist lightens himself up so that he can soar in the wind of post-modern physics. He wants to touch his God, and he does not separate the musician from his music like many do.
The post-modern scientist is in cosmic music, he’s in the true light. He has seen the unity of mind and matter, and of all things. He does and propagates his science in this unity. He explores the operations of the mind, and pushes and assures science of its endless frontier.
The post-modern world for the post-modern scientist marks the end of ignorance for the whole of mankind of the true, metaphysical nature of the universe.
The post-modern scientist is the first, true metaphysicist. He is the custodian of scientific truth. The post-modern scientist probes and explicates the absolute principles of the universe, and he is concerned with the first principles of all things.The post-modern scientist is the first, true metaphysicist.Click To Tweet
The post-modern scientist understands that all manifestations proceed from these first principles and that these first principles are beyond physical observation and conception.
The post-modern scientist is at home with the fact that the universe is spiritual, and does not seek to reduce all cosmic activities to physical activities.
The post-modern scientist has ushered in the new official science which unlike the old official science allows the formal pedagogy of metaphysics. He is experiencing the formal enthronement of metaphysical science and the dethronement of physical science.
The new official science is the universal institution of the post-modern scientist. In the practice of the post-modern scientist, all the formal aspects of scientific knowledge are integrated into one unified understanding of the universe.
Mind and matter are now investigated within one unified science of the cosmos. Physics which used to be a science of matter and the physical is now a science of mind also and of the metaphysical. No more separation of scientific knowledge.
The post-modern world is the world of encompassing synthesis, and upon this encompassing unity, the world would establish the universal civilization. All these things are rightly comprehended by the post-modern scientist, who nobly seeks for the right advancement of mankind.
A world based on the new reality of motion and the universe is emanating from the mind of the post-modern scientist.
The post-modern scientist has touched the spiritual base of the universe and advances further in his pursuit of metaphysical knowledge. For metaphysics is the only true, living science that can satisfy man’s inner yearning for completion and true spiritual experience.
The post-modern scientist now understands that existence is in itself metaphysical, therefore, all his daily experiences in the universe are metaphysical. The post-modern scientist believes in the organic spirituality of man, and that no amount of religious practice or obligation can make him any more or less spiritual.
By seeing into the metaphysical universe, the post-modern scientist has altered his description and experience of reality to conform to the truth. He now understands the nature of truth, which is that truth is metaphysical and not physical.
This is one of the absolute doctrines of post-modern physics, for unless we approach the metaphysical nature of the universe, we cannot perceive scientific truths. All physical conceptions of the universe are illusory and ephemeral. The post-modern scientist is at the forefront of man’s struggle for meaning in this vast universe.
Furthermore, the post-modern scientist understands that scientific truths can only be discerned. The post-modern scientist thrives in discernment and he seeks to improve the method of inspired learning which is one of the purest forms of knowledge acquisition.
The post-modern scientist understands that “there is a spirit in man, and that the inspiration of the Almighty gives it understanding.” The post-modern scientist seeks to improve upon this true and high form of learning in the universe.
Without inspired learning, certain profound truths about the universe will remain hidden from us. Inspired knowledge lies at the heart of post-modern physics. In fact, post-modern physics would not have come to us without the fresh breath of inspiration. The post-modern scientist follows these scientific inspirations with boldness.
Now, what kind of science does the post-modern scientist practice? The post-modern scientist practices absolute science. Absolute science is an encompassing science that takes into account all facets of knowledge. It is the focal point of all knowledge.
This is very important because relative science which has been the kind of science in practice for the last 400 years cannot justify the scientific nature of all knowledge. It undermines or dismisses some vital aspects of knowledge as unscientific, but which really are scientific.
One of such aspects of knowledge has to do with the nature of the mind. Absolute science, unlike relative science, exposes the scientific understanding of the nature of the mind. The post-modern scientist, unlike the modern scientist, is not only limited to the investigation of matter, his investigation of the universe naturally extends to the nature of the mind.
Also, the post-modern scientist investigates the experiential nature of motion. He understands that classical and modern physics gives a non-experiential description of motion. These two different ways of understanding motion are taken into account only by the post-modern scientist who understands these two ways of describing motion.
Absolute science which is the science of the post-modern scientist describes the experiential nature of motion and of the extensive universe. And one must be informed that these two different conceptualizations of motion can only become properly understood after one has made a due enquiry into absolute science or post-modern physics.
After which one can then compare how one understands motion in classical and modern physics with how one now understands motion in post-modern physics. One finds that there is a marked difference. This marked difference is what is captured by the different concepts of experiential and non-experiential motions.
When we probe the metaphysical universe like the post-modern scientist we discover the experiential nature of motion. In the physical universe, we find the non-experiential nature of motion.
The non-experiential nature of motion one finds in the physical universe is mechanistic and not organic like the experiential nature of motion one discovers in the metaphysical universe. And the post-modern scientist is keenly aware that the true nature of motion is experiential.
This new way of looking at motion is been pioneered by the post-modern scientist. And he is calling all of us to this new understanding. He is informing us that experiential motion is the basis for the unified field theory.
The unified field theory is not really based on a mechanistic, non-experiential description of motion, but on an organic, experiential description of motion. This organic, experiential description of motion takes into account among other things the fundamental relationship between the motion of bodies and the motions of the two non-mechanical waves in the universe.
The experiential nature of motion reveals how the essence of light and gravity influences the experience of motion for all moving bodies, whether ponderable bodies or electrical bodies.
This very important relationship between the subordinate motions of bodies and the quintessential motions of light and gravity cannot be found or deduced through the investigation of the non-experiential nature of motion.
The post-modern scientist which has now present to us the blueprint of the universe informs us that our prior notions and understandings of motion and the universe must give way for a more natural and organic interpretation of motion and the universe.
The post-modern scientist is the new scientist, and the one most privileged to see the unity of all things. He is the true metaphysicist and the first practitioner of the theory of everything.
Until next time.
– M. V. Echa