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DUALITY OF TIME:

Complex-Time Geometry and Perpetual Creation of Space

by Mohamed Haj Yousef



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1.2.4  Another Decade of Withdrawal


For these and other circumstances, I stopped working on the subject for a few years, and maybe I started questioning myself again about its creditability. After all, it is not easy to imagine how the whole cosmos is being re-created anew every single instance of time! Sometimes I myself can’t imagine it to be true. Even with the recent developments that should leave no doubts, because the theory is now mathematically verified and it can be applied in solving many major persisting problems in physics and cosmology, nevertheless; if I do not keep my thoughts active on it for few days, I find myself in doubt again.

During the previous ten years that followed the Single Monad Model, I decided to work on other projects that could also help deepens my understanding of Ibn al-Arabi’s intricate conception of time and creation. The original research on Ibn al-Arabi’s time and cosmology was mainly based on a tiny portion of the Meccan Revelations, both in terms of passages size and the vast extent of subjects tackled in this magnum opus. Therefore, I decided to work on translating this essential book into English, since most of the serious scholarship nowadays is performed by students or scholars who may not have full access to the Arabic text, not to mention the fact that this extensive Arabic text itself needs to be properly edited, indexed and characterized to allow easier access, benefiting from existing computer accessibilities.

This job, however, was not easy at all. I remember when I decided to work on this book, I conversed about the idea with some prominent scholars in the field and I was utterly discouraged, claiming that translating this book is something absolutely impossible; due to its magnitude, complexity and mystical nature. Although I was definitely aware of that, I decided to try, but after I completed the first draft of the first volume, out of thirty seven, I had to stop because I realized much more difficulties than that I had been initially warned. This book, which is considered relatively easy compared to Ibn al-Arabi’s other several hundreds books, include many bolted sentences in almost every chapter that remain opaque and unclear to the most specialized scholars who have studied them for years.



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