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  • => Days of Other Orbs and Divine Names
  • ... much longer periods, as is well known in modern astronomy. Actually, Ibn al-Arabi, following the accepted cosmological theories of his day, differentiates between two kinds of motion of the celestial orbs: natural or intrinsic motion, and forced or extrinsic motion: The smallest Day is tha ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 7. Hours, Minutes and Seconds:
  • ... ing about the meanings of words (instead of what is actually real). [I.292.3] However, for Ibn Arabi this conventional division of time also has its divine origin. He first affirms that the celestial orbs were divided into 360 degrees due to the fact that the Universal Intellect (or the 'H ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 13. Days of Other Orbs and Divine Names:
  • ... ve much longer periods, as is well known in modern astronomy. Actually, Ibn Arabi, following the accepted cosmological theories of his day, differentiates between two kinds of motion of the celestial orbs: natural or intrinsic motion, and forced or extrinsic motion: The smallest Day is tha ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.4.4.1  Days of Other Orbs
  • ... much longer periods, as is well known in modern astronomy. Actually, Ibn al-Arabi, following the accepted cosmological theories of his day, differentiates between two kinds of motion of the celestial orbs: natural or intrinsic motion and forced or extrinsic motion: ‘The smallest Day ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 5. Space-Time and the Speed of Light:
  • ... tract way that can be compared with the form of measurement that is now widely used in astronomy: the light year. In many places he repeatedly says that the distance between this particular celestial orb and that orb is a particular number of 'years', without specifying what speed or form ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.9.1  Exclusion Principle
  • ... solved easily but this requires detailed analysis beyond this book. Nevertheless, we can say that in principle we should have seven degrees of spin, and these are the same seven heavens, or celestial orbs, that we described in chapter VII (section 2.3); each corresponding to one degree of ...


  • => TIME CHEST - 3.3.5 The Exclusion Principle
  • ... solved easily but this requires detailed analysis beyond this book. Nevertheless, we can say that in principle we should have seven degrees of spin, and these are the same seven heavens, or celestial orbs; each corresponding to one degree of freedom, or one level of time, and each two oppo ...


  • => TIME CHEST - 2.2.2 Space-Time Duality
  • ... tract way that can be compared with the form of measurement that is now widely used in astronomy: the light year. In many places he repeatedly says that the distance between this particular celestial orb and that orb is a particular number of “years” , without specifying what speed or ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 7.2.3  The Seven Heavens
  • ... from water everything living? Will they not believe then?) [21:30]. Many Muslim scholars, including Ibn al-Arabi, usually apply this verse to explain how the planet Earth and the skies, or celestial orbs, or the upper spheres, were all mixed together, then the element earth, and the plane ...


  • => Space-Time and the Speed of Light
  • ... tract way that can be compared with the form of measurement that is now widely used in astronomy: the light year. In many places he repeatedly says that the distance between this particular celestial orb and that orb is a particular number of 'years', without specifying what speed or form ...


  • => Hours, Minutes and Seconds
  • ... about the meanings of words (instead of what is actually real). [I.292.3] However, for Ibn al-Arabi this conventional division of time also has its divine origin. He first affirms that the celestial orbs were divided into 360 degrees due to the fact that the Universal Intellect (or the 'H ...


  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.4.4 The Sexagesimal System
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  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2.4 The Seven Heavens and the Inner Levels of Time
  • ... concepts of the gods have greatly changed depending on the era, region, and local worship customs. In the Islamic Sufi tradition, where the believe in only One God is the central faith, the celestial orbs are often associated with some angels or the spirits of certain prophets. In Judaism, ...


  • => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - PREFACE
  • ... o be one of the four main constituents of existence. We need this imagined conception of 'time' to chronologically arrange events and what for us are the practically defining motions of the celestial orbs and other physical objects, but for Ibn Arabi, real existence is attributable only to ...


  • => The Single Monad Model
  • ... o be one of the four main constituents of existence. We need this imagined conception of 'time' to chronologically arrange events and what for us are the practically defining motions of the celestial orbs and other physical objects, but for Ibn 'Arabî, real existence is attributable only ...


  • => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos
  • ... o be one of the four main constituents of existence. We need this imagined conception of 'time' to chronologically arrange events and what for us are the practically defining motions of the celestial orbs and other physical objects, but for Ibn 'Arabî, real existence is attributable only ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 7.3.3  The Sexagesimal System
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    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]
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