Physics focuses on the material, energetic, and mechanical features of our universe that it can recognize and measure. It says our universe holds the suns, planets, and galaxies in intergalactic spacetime as a whole. Fair enough. But this book suggests that our universe is also something more, something that is organic. It is alive in a foundational way, but it is hard to see that because it is far larger than anything we normally recognize as a discrete living organism. Its universal body has a kind of a primal DNA. Its genes are coded by complementary chaos patterning—or co-chaos for short. In fact, we might understand our universe better if we change the term “quantum mechanics” into “quantum organics.” Our universe emerged naturally from number to build a hidden code. It grew on a vast polarized bifurcation tree rooted at the deepest level of creation. Its fruit is the universe. This tree holds in its roots and branches the graviton code for the four primals of space, time, matter, and energy—the building blocks of the universe itself. This source code taps into the universal mind of the Tao, as described in the metaphysics of the I Ching. It invokes a subtle art of connection to something greater than ourselves. That source code is a far vaster application of the same principle we see in our own DNA, so recently found by Western science. The p-tree principle is embedded not only in our bodies, but in our minds, in our mythology. If you look, you can find versions of this tree in the mythology of many cultures. You see it on this book cover. Often it is called the tree of life. Norse mythology, for instance, called it Yggdrasil, the World Tree. It was thought to be a great rowan tree located at the center of the world. Odin supposedly hung on it for nine nights in order to learn the secrets of the runes. Jesus hung on the wooden cross before being buried for three days and arising to a new identity. That sort of sacrifice symbolizes the effort and commitment that are needed to enter the hidden domain of the double bubble universe and learn its mysteries. In this book, this is what we do.
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Katya Walter has a Ph.D. with an interdisciplinary emphasis from the University of Texas at Austin. She spent 5 years of post-doctoral study at the Jung Institute of Zurich, and a year of post-study in China. Dr. Walter taught in colleges and universities in the USA and abroad for sixteen years before focusing on writing and lecturing. She has published in the areas of cosmology, chaos theory, social criticism, and poetry. She has given numerous workshops on the I Ching, Chaos Theory, Synchronicity, and Dreams in the United States and Europe. Dr. Walter is author of the Touching God's TOE series of books. She also authored an accompanying handbook called "Dream Mail" - designed for contemplating the deeper structure of dreams. It discusses the fractal messages that are carried in the symbolism of dreams and how to interpret dreams for daily life.
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