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  • => Analogies in the Macrocosms
  • ... f our own life. In each of these different symbolic domains, the initial creation of this higher world and the relation between its elements, such as the First Intellect and the Greatest Ele ...


  • => Motion
  • ... tal realms) - whereas the things that happen and appear in the orbs, the heavens, and the higher world have causes other than time. [II.456-458] We have to admit that physicists habitually a ...


  • => The Properties of Matter
  • ... garding the structure of the cosmos, Ibn al-Arabi also mentions that the structure of the higher world (i.e., the planets, spheres and stars) 'is different from what the cosmologists say, al ...


  • => Unicity versus Multiplicity
  • ... o - as Ibn al-Arabi said - knows very well about the natural world and the effects of the higher world on it. Thus this Pole explained that: 'the world exists between the circumference and t ...


  • => TIME CHEST - 2.1.3 Geometry and the One-to-Many Relation
  • ... the most knowledgeable of everything concerning the Natural World and the effects of the higher world on it, as Ibn al-Arabi described him; thus he quoted him saying that “the world exist ...


  • => TIME CHEST - 3.2.1 The Five Fundamental Interactions
  • ... tered by individual entities is intertwined with the real flow of time. Furthermore, each higher world is a substrate in which the lower levels are manipulated, manifested or interpreted; th ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 6. Analogies in the Macrocosms:
  • ... f our own life. In each of these different symbolic domains, the initial creation of this higher world and the relation between its elements, such as the First Intellect and the Greatest Ele ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 9. The Properties of Matter:
  • ... Regarding the structure of the cosmos, Ibn Arabi also mentions that the structure of the higher world (i.e., the planets, spheres and stars) 'is different from what the cosmologists say, al ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 6. Motion:
  • ... ental realms) whereas the things that happen and appear in the orbs, the heavens, and the higher world have causes other than time. [II.456-458] We have to admit that physicists habitually a ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 2. Unicity versus Multiplicity:
  • ... um ) who as Ibn Arabi said knows very well about the natural world and the effects of the higher world on it. Thus this Pole explained that: 'the world exists between the circumference and t ...


  • => Solving the Problem of Causality Based on the Duality of Time Theory
  • ... ental realms, whereas the things that happen and appear in the orbs, the heavens, and the higher world have causes other than time. [II.456-458] We have to admit that physicists habitually a ...


  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2.3 The Real-Through-Whom-Things-Are-Created
  • ... l of existence. In each of these different symbolic domains, the initial creation of this higher world and the relation between its elements, such as the First Intellect and the Greatest Ele ...


  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2.4 The Seven Heavens and the Inner Levels of Time
  • ... e people go when they die. One Hindu text, the Puranas, also teaches that there are seven higher worlds and seven lower worlds. However, the concepts of the gods have greatly changed dependi ...


  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - CHAPTER IV: ULTIMATE SYMMETRY
  • ... the most knowledgeable of everything concerning the Natural World and the effects of the higher world on it, as Ibn al-Arabi described him; thus he quoted him saying: the world exists betwe ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - Chapter I: From Physics to Metaphysics
  • ... ngly evident that all their numerous and detailed descriptions of the hypothetical “higher world” cannot be sheer fantasy. In their numerous books, many Sufis give detailed accou ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.1  The Oneness of Being
  • ... the most knowledgeable of everything concerning the natural world and the effects of the higher world on it. Thus this Pole explained that: “the world exists between the circumference ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.2.2  The Single Monad
  • ... f our own life. In each of these different symbolic domains, the initial creation of this higher world and the relation between its elements, such as the First Intellect and the Greatest Ele ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.4.4.2  Day-time and Night-time
  • ... ental realms, whereas the things that happen and appear in the orbs, the heavens, and the higher world have causes other than time. [II.456-458] We have to admit that physicists habitually a ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - Chapter VI: Consciousness and the Three Orthogonal Worlds
  • ... d with the real flow of time, as we explained at the end of chapter IV. Furthermore, each higher world is a substrate in which the lower levels are manipulated, manifested or interpreted; th ...



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