Islamic Calligraphy

Single Monad Forums:

These discussion forums are intended solely for answering questions and explaining the aspects of the Single Monad Model and Duality of Time Theory and the resulting new coceptions and consequences on physics, cosmology, mathematics and philosophy.
Please post any questions focusing on these subjects only.
Latest Topics [Register] [login]

Category: Duality of Time, TOPIC:

What is the significance of original Days of events in the DoT Theory?

Posted by Date Replies Views
Mohamed Haj Yousef 2024-01-17 02:46:18 0 137

Bing 

The significance of original Days of events is that they are the metaphysical stages of creation and re-creation of the universe, according to the Duality of Time Theory. This theory is based on the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos, which is a metaphysical model that explains how multiplicity is dynamically emerging from absolute Oneness, and vice versa, at every instance of time1

The original Days of events are derived from the Quran, where Allah described Himself as being each Day upon some task. There are six original Days of events, corresponding to the six days of creation in the Quran, and a seventh Day of rest. Each original Day of event has a different name and attribute, such as the Day of Sovereignty, the Day of Destiny, the Day of Life, etc1

The Duality of Time Theory suggests that these original Days of events are intertwined with the circulated days that we perceive as the flow of time, and that each hour of the circulated day is synchronized with one of the original Days of events1. This means that the original Days of events are not only the metaphysical stages of creation, but also the metaphysical influences that affect the physical world at every hour. 

If you want to learn more about the original Days of events and the Duality of Time Theory, you can read the book by Mohamed Haj Yousef, who is the main proponent of this theory1. You can also visit his website for more information and resources. 

1: DUALITY OF TIME - 4.4.10.3 Intertwined Days 

Source(s) 

1. List of International Days and Weeks | United Nations 

2. 10 of the greatest ancient and pagan holidays - Big Think 

3. Calendar — INTERNATIONAL DAYS 

 

Posted by Category Date Replies Views
Mohamed Haj Yousef Duality of Time 2024-01-17 02:46:18 0 137

Replies:

Reply to: What is the significance of original Days of events in the DoT Theory?

Please LOGIN or REGISTER to reply!

Forum Categories

- Category Description Topics
-

[Single Monad Model]

The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos; its origins, history, principles and consequences. (42)
-

[Duality of Time]

The Duality of Time Theory and its consequences on modern theories of physics and cosmology. (14)
-

[Islamic Cosmology]

Islamic Cosmology (2)
-

[Muhyiddin Ibn al-Arabi]

Muhyiddin Ibn al-Arabi (3)
-

[Ancient Cosmology]

Ancient Cosmology (0)
-

[Future Perspectives]

Future Perspectives (1)
--- --- --- --- ---


Forum Statistics

Total Number of Categories: 6
Total Number of Topics: 57
Total Number of Users: 141

Other Pages Related to Search Keywords:

  • ... Islamic Cosmology =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Ibn Al-Arabi =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Mohamed Haj Yousef =>:

  • ... t the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Single Monad Model =>:

  • ... hored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Duality Of Time =>:

  • ... ion to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Ultimate Symmetry =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Cosmology =>:

  • ... f the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Time =>:

  • ... other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Space-Time =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Spacetime =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Special Relativity =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... General Relativity =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Quantum Mechanics =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Quantum Field Theory =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Speed Of Light =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Symmetry =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


  • ... Supersymmetry =>:

  • ... os and Duality of Time Theory, authored by Mohamed Haj Yousef, in addition to some other related books about the Islamic concept of time and its implications on modern physics and cosmology. ...


Welcome to the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory
Forgot Password? - [Register]

Message from the Author:

I have no doubt that this is the most significant discovery in the history of mathematics, physics and philosophy, ever!

By revealing the mystery of the connection between discreteness and contintuity, this novel understanding of the complex (time-time) geometry, will cause a paradigm shift in our knowledge of the fundamental nature of the cosmos and its corporeal and incorporeal structures.

Enjoy reading...

Mohamed Haj Yousef


Check this detailed video presentation on "Deriving the Principles of Special, General and Quantum Relativity Based on the Single Monad Model Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory".

Download the Book "DOT: The Duality of Time Postulate and Its Consequences on General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics" or: READ ONLINE .....>>>>



Subsribe to Newsletter:


Because He loves beauty, Allah invented the World with ultimate perfection, and since He is the All-Beautiful, He loved none but His own Essence. But He also liked to see Himself reflected outwardly, so He created (the entities of) the World according to the form of His own Beauty, and He looked at them, and He loved these confined forms. Hence, the Magnificent made the absolute beauty --routing in the whole World-- projected into confined beautiful patterns that may diverge in their relative degrees of brilliance and grace.
paraphrased from: Ibn al-Arabi [The Meccan Revelations: IV.269.18 - trans. Mohamed Haj Yousef]
quote