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• => The Different Names of the Single Monad
• ... n before (section III.2). This reminds us in mathematics with fractals such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale (Mandelbrot 2002: 37, Stewart 2004: 60). This deserves a separate study, but we just w ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.1.5 Divine Theophanies and the Five Planes of Existence
• ... created on the image of the human, that is the microcosm, who is created on the divine Image. This reminds us again with fractals where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale. However, this imaging is of course not visual or physical. Just as the Cosmos is by n ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2.2 The Mathematical One-to-Many Relation
• ... s the world itself, and this is one of the key properties of fractals, such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale. Therefore, in the absolute sense, symmetry is a property of absolute space, and it is ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2.3 The Real-Through-Whom-Things-Are-Created
• ... ated on the divine Image. This reminds us in mathematics with fractals such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale. This might in answering the question about the structure of the moment and whether it ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.4.1 The Three Hypothesis of the Single Monad Model
• ... ated on the divine Image. This reminds us in mathematics with fractals such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale, as we shall describe further in section I.2 below. This also means that although each ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.2.2  The Single Monad
• ... ated on the divine Image. This reminds us in mathematics with fractals such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale. This might in answering the question about the structure of the moment and whether it ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.4.10.3  Intertwined Days
• ... explains by dividing the day into 24 hours. However, Ibn al-Arabi emphasizes that this example is only for approximation, since one could also explain this â€˜intertwiningâ€™ on a smaller scale than hours, such as minutes and seconds, or even smaller. The matter as he describes i ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.9.8  Quantum Causality
• ... ct of the observer on the surrounding world is limited only through physical forces, because his or her mind or monad constitutes only a very insignificant part of this whole world. On much smaller scales, and after isolating other stronger causes, the effect of consciousness will be more ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - 1.3.7  Quantum Mechanics
• ... is achieved through spatial entanglement, while in the second case it is temporal entanglement. Quantum tunneling can also be explained in the same manner, except that it usually happens at smaller scales.     Read Other Books: The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos: Ibn Arabi's Vi ...

• => Solving the Problem of Causality Based on the Duality of Time Theory
• ... ct of the observer on the surrounding world is limited only through physical forces, because his or her mind or monad constitutes only a very insignificant part of this whole world. On much smaller scales, and after isolating other stronger causes, the effect of consciousness will be more ...

• => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 3. The Different Names of the Single Monad:
• ... n before (section III.2). This reminds us in mathematics with fractals such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale (Mandelbrot 2002: 37, Stewart 2004: 60). This deserves a separate study, but we just w ...

• => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 4. The 'Intertwined' Days:
• ... manner, which he explains by dividing the day into 24 hours. However, Ibn Arabi emphasizes that this example is only for approximation, since one could also explain this 'intertwining' on a smaller scale than hours (e.g., minutes and seconds, or even smaller). The matter as he describes it ...

• => Oneness versus Multiplicity
• ... s the world itself, and this is one of the key properties of fractals, such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale.    Therefore, in the absolute sense, symmetry is a property of absolute space, and ...

• => Testing Possibilities
• ... computer simulation, especially since Ibn al-Arabi himself (in Kitab Ayyam al-Sha’n: 11-16) invited people who can do more accurate calculations to calculate the intertwining of Days on a smaller scale than hours (for example, minutes and seconds), as we pointed out in section IV.4. This ...

• => Divine Theophanies and the Five Divine Presences
• ... created on the image of the human, that is the microcosm, who is created on the divine Image. This reminds us again with fractals where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale. However, this ``imaging'' is of course not visual or physical. Just as the Cosmos is ...

• => The Moment
• ... at is the moment) may look smooth and composed of a continuous flow of time. But it is quite possible that the same sets of questions may be repeated and similar quantisation takes place at smaller scales. When the Single Monad (that is the Universal Intellect) faces his Lord, this is the ...

• => TIME CHEST - 2.3 Outline of the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos
• ... ated on the divine Image. This reminds us in mathematics with fractals such as Mandelbrot set, Julia set and Sierpinski triangle, where the structure keeps repeating itself on any larger or smaller scale. This also means that although each instance of the outward time is an indivisible mom ...

• => TIME CHEST - 3.3.13 Quantum Causality
• ... ct of the observer on the surrounding world is limited only through physical forces, because his or her mind or monad constitutes only a very insignificant part of this whole world. On much smaller scales, and after isolating other stronger causes, the effect of consciousness will be more ...

• => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 1. Testing Possibilities:
• ... by computer simulation, especially since Ibn Arabi himself (in Kitab Ayyam al-Sha n : 11-16) invited people who can do more accurate calculations to calculate the intertwining of Days on a smaller scale than hours (for example, minutes and seconds), as we pointed out in section IV.4. This ...

• => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 16. Moments:
• ... at is the moment) may look smooth and composed of a continuous flow of time. But it is quite possible that the same sets of questions may be repeated and similar quantisation takes place at smaller scales. When the Single Monad (that is the Universal Intellect) faces his Lord, this is the ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - 1.3.7.5  Supernatural Phenomena
• ... ffect of the observer on the surrounding world is limited only through physical forces, because his or her conscience constitutes only a very insignificant part of this whole world. On much smaller scales, and after isolating other stronger causes, the effect of consciousness will be more ...

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The science of Time is a noble science, that reveals the secret of Eternity. Only the Elites of Sages may ever come to know this secret. It is called the First Age, or the Age of ages, from which time is emerging.
Ibn al-Arabi [The Meccan Revelations: Volume I, page 156. - Trns. Mohamed Haj Yousef]

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