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A discussion of 'parallel dimensions' is presented. It is explicated that by virtue of the Essential Cosmological Law of Spatial Cohabitation that states multiple dimensions can occupy the same space, parallel dimensions possess the same
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  Parallel Dimensions Mohsen Paul Sarfarazi, Ph.D.  Abstract  A discussion of ‘    parallel dimensions ’   is presented. It is explicated that by virtue of the Essential Cosmological Law of Spatial Cohabitation that states multiple dimensions can occupy the same space, parallel dimensions possess the same space-time curvature, yet either ‘   lag ’   or ‘   lead  ’   one another in rotation-spinning due to a difference in phase angle existing among them. It is further elucidated that these parallel dimensions may be envisioned as the surfaces of a series of spheres that resemble a set of identical ‘   tops ’   released one after another, spinning with the same rotational velocities about their axes which have the same exact angular configuration, thus motivating the terminology of ‘    parallel  ’   dimensions. In this respect, as the same concept of ‘   cosmological time ’   applies to each parallel space-time dimension, one can conceive of a concept of a difference of ‘   local time ’   existing among them instigated by virtue of their difference in phase angles as related to their spinning. Furthermore, as time is synonymous with rotation, and time distinguishes one dimension from another, the concept of local time also gives rise to the phenomenon of ‘   local frequency  ’   perceived as a perturbation that affects the cosmological frequency of each parallel dimension, giving the appearance of an apparent frequency. In this respect, the apparent frequency of a parallel dimensions  may be conceived of being equal to its cosmological frequency  modified by the ‘    perturbation frequency  ’     associated with the rate of change of the  phase angle  with respect to time ,  depending on whether the parallel dimension is leading (+) or lagging (-) a particular reference state  perceived as to epitomize the zero phase angle state. Thus:  =±  where: =   Introduction   •   It has been explicated by the author previously that the Cosmos is comprised of a series of 356 DISCRETE congealed energetic contours that give rise to formations of space-time dimensions [1-5]. •   In this respect, each space-time dimension is composed of a spherical contour that epitomizes a congealed surface comprised of a fabric of constitution that is referred to as ‘ space ’  [6]. •   Furthermore, each spherical surface has a characteristic curvature that epitomizes the speed at which the free flowing time can progress within this domain, referred to as ‘ frequency ’  [7-8]. •   In essence, each cosmological space-time defines a dimension of consciousness, a domain at which a sentient being with certain natural frequency of conscious vibration can anchor its consciousness at that domain [9]. •   Thus, a space-time dimension of consciousness may be characterized by its threshold frequency of consciousness that is inversely proportion to the magnitude of its radial vector of cosmological time. •   And, since time is synonymous with the free-flowing rotational motion about the central SOURCE [10], frequency defines the rate (speed) of spinning motion of that particular space-time dimension about the SOURCE [11]. •   And, since time is of bi-directional nature, simultaneously progressing counterclockwise and clockwise with respect to the central SOURCE, each dimension is comprised of a conjugate set of  space-times that by counterrotating one another mirror one another, referred to by the author as the ‘ conjugate or mirrored space-times ’  [12]. •   In this respect, the congealed quanta of constitutive energy forming the fabric of two conjugate or mirrored space-times simultaneously rotate in opposition to one another that are referred to as ‘ matter ’  (considered as rotating-spinning counterclockwise) and ‘ antimatter ’  (regarded as rotating-spinning clockwise) about the central SOURCE [13-15]. •   In this respect, a particular space-time can be characterized by its ‘ dimensional vector ’  that act along the radial vector of the cosmological time (its eigenvector) and a ‘ dimensional angle ’     (its eigenvalue) [16-17] defining its frequency of consciousness   that is by virtue of the Law of Frequential Resonance [18] is equal to the speed of rotation-threshold frequency of that space-time or the natural frequency of vibration of the sentient being anchored to that dimension [19]. •   In this respect, its threshold frequency  may be mathematically defined as the first differential or the rate of the its characteristic dimensional angle   with respect to the time :   =   •   Furthermore, the rate of frequency or spinning-rotational motion of space-times progressively decreases from the inner to outer dimensions with reference to the SOURCE, a phenomenon that the author has referred to as ‘ propinquity ’  [20-21] .  •   Moreover, consciousness is disseminated, transmitted, propagated, or transferred through the advent of electromagnetic light [22-23] into the domain of time that is referred to as the ‘ innerspace. ’   •   In this respect, the innerspace is comprised of the realms or domains or the ‘ inter-spaces ’  between the consecutive DISCRETE spherical surfaces of space-time dimensions. •   Thus, it is clear that not only the propinquity and frequency, but also the light quotient of consciousness progressively decreases from the inner to the outer space-time dimensions or outer bounds of the Cosmos with respect to the central SOURCE [24]. Parallel Dimensions •   Parallel dimensions refer to a series of different space-times that are distinct from one another by the virtue of the way time progresses within their domains, brought about not due to different speeds of rotation about the central SOURCE, but the as a result of the advent of angle of rotation itself. •   In this regard, the angle of rotation with respect to a common reference angular configuration is referred to as the ‘ phase angle. ’   •   So, basically the myriad of different parallel dimensions conform to the requirement of the Cosmological Essential Law of Spatial Cohabitation [25] by virtue of the fact that they all occupy the same space, having the same space-time curvature, and undergoing the same cosmological rotational speed or frequency with respect to the SOURCE, yet, they have a difference in phase angle with respect to one another by either ‘ leading ’  or lagging ’  one another. •   This is akin to the example of a series of different ‘ tops ’  that are released with the same spinning speed rotating about an axis of the same angular configuration, yet they are released one after one another, in which case the ones released later ‘ lag ’  the ones released  previously by virtue of having a different phase angle when observed at a given point in time. •   Recall that time has to do with spinning-rotation about the central SOURCE [26]. •   And, rotation-spinning is defined by an angle. •   So when you are located at an orientational angle or rotational position occupying a space-time, you are experiencing a different ‘ local time ’  with respect to someone occupying the very same space but deemed as being at a different orientational angle or rotational position that describes a different parallel space-time. •   In this respect, when the two spinning-rotating spheres (with their ‘ top ’  analogy) are at a different rotational position or phase angle with respect to the SOURCE at a given cosmological time, they effectively epitomize two distinct space-times because they experience different ‘ local times. ’   •   Thus, the concept of a ‘ local time ’  is something that has to do with its rotational configuration with respect to the central SOURCE at a given point in cosmological time, or what was referred to as the phase angle. •   More simply, you are at the same space, yet experience a different local time that signifies you are in a different (parallel) space-time [27-28]. •   The concept is analogous to jumping from one parallel space-time dimension to another. •   And, this is something we commonly do during dream state or daily subconscious sojourns. •   It is akin to living multiple lives, being unconsciously multidimensional, sequentially jumping from one parallel dimension [29-32] to another, each of which has a different timeline served by a distinct program of reality [33-37].
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