The first two proofs, by birth and by awareness, were nice. They are true. The do not, however, have the impact of the third proof, Proof of Afterlife by Geometry. While living life we all get busy. We focus on the details. The big picture has a tendency to get lost. When I hit upon proof of afterlife by geometry there the big picture was no longer lost, regardless of how busy and preoccupied I became. This proof is an ironclad, mathematical proof of afterlife. Its impact has not diminished in me one bit.
The year was 1971. The place was Ann Arbor, Michigan. I remember sitting in class watching the clock on the wall tick towards 3:00pm. It was Friday. I couldn't wait to get with my buddies. There was a party to go to that night.
The first theory happened in 1970. The second theory happened three months later. This third theory happened six months after that. As a general theme, I began to open to the idea that life may be far larger than we thought. There was a story at the time that claimed we only use 10 percent of our brain's capacity. The social culture of that time (college town, USA, early 70s) was to focus on the unused capacity. Being young we had no qualms about reaching for that 90 percent. I was part of the Woodstock generation.
Geometry was kind of my thing in high school. I loved the idea of explaining reality in terms of point, line, space, and time. The logic suited me. I was always a good artist. For me it was easy to imagine a razor sharp plane, extending infinitely in all directions. There were no computer graphics at the time. These were concepts. But in my mind I enjoyed the idea of life as geometry. It suited my personality.
I liked being in accelerated math class in high school. I always felt the smarter kids were funnier. The nerds were funny. I liked having nerds as friends. Of everything we studied, I enjoyed geometry the most. It was not hard for me to manifest ideas in artistic drawings. I had a clear sense of geometry as life. That value structure set the stage for the greatest theory of all - proof of afterlife by geometry.
Being grounded in geometry I has a firm understanding of point. The formal definition of point is something that has no width, no length, and no depth. To most people you lose them right there. Why would anyone care about something so abstract? In my mind's eye I picture a tiny point of light in a black environment. I make that point smaller and smaller, pushing it to the limit. The key association I made was between life and that point. This is what I came up with on Friday night in 1971. This was the one big breakthrough that made everything fall in place.
The idea that life would be like a geometric point seems ridiculous. It was as though God tapped my on the shoulder and said, now you know. Go forward and tell the world. This was over 40 years ago. My job is still to go forward and tell the world.
Life as a geometric point seems like mental gymnastics that makes no sense. Geometry is the language of God. It is not mental gymnastics. It is quite the opposite. Geometry is life reduced down to the barest essentials. When you see life as point, space and time you are getting close to understanding afterlife.
There are those who will say, "Life cannot possibly be like a geometric point. I reject that argument as totally ridiculous!"
Along with the concept of life as point is the concept of dimension. When I think of dimension I think of space. Dimension, to me, is the surrounding environment. Dimension is a key fundamental concept to understanding afterlife. Once again, like point, it is geometric in nature. Dimension equals the geometric concept of space. It is unlimited in length, width, and depth. It goes on forever in all directions.
If I could prove to you that life is a point and dimension is space, would it change your thinking? Proving this in space is hard because we never step outside our dimension. To prove that life is a point and dimension is space we just need to look at time.
Life exists in the present. We live in the present. Look at time in terms of geometry. I see a time line. Somewhere on that line is the present. It is a single point on that timeline. The present is a point in time, is it not? Life, in terms of time, is a point in time. This isn't mental gymnastics. This is what it is. What I am saying is that life is a point in space, exactly like it is a point in time. The relationship between life and dimension is exactly the same.
When in doubt, look to the definition. If I take the definition of a geometric point, and substitute the word life for point, it holds. Life has no length, no width, no depth, or duration but it exists. The qualities are the same.
Proof of Afterlife by Geometry is the crowning achievement of this theory. I will explain, step-by-step, how this works. It is the truest and most accurate explanation of afterlife the world has ever seen. It isn't so much a proof of afterlife. It is more an understanding of life using geometry that proves afterlife consequently.
I. Geometry: What It Is And How It Works
1. A Brief History Of Geometry
Geometry has been around for a long time. Mankind's first civilizations occurred in about 8,000 BC. The origin of geometry can be traced back to 3,000 BC in ancient Egypt. The ancient Egyptians could calculate the area of a circle. They obviously had a pretty good grasp on point, line, and plane as the built the pyramids. The greatest pyramids were built around 2,500 BC.
The ancient Greeks developed geometry further. Euclid, who lived from 325 to 265 BC, is considered to be the father of modern geometry. He presented geometry in an ideal axiomatic form that became known as Euclidean geometry. Euclid lived in Alexandria during the time of Alexander the Great. Alexandria was noted for advanced learning and the most complete libraries in the world. It was a premiere center of knowledge at the time.
It was Euclid that formalized the concepts of point, line, and plane. Geometry is reality reduced to its simplest terms. Geometry provides the perfect building blocks for proving afterlife. Here are the basic concepts of geometry: point, line, space, and time.
A point, in a geometrical sense, is location. Mentally you build your concept of a point by thinking of a small dot. Think of the smallest dot you can imagine as shown here:
Then take that dot and make it smaller by one half. Then take that dot and make it smaller by one half again. Now, take that dot, and push it to the limits of smallness. In a sense the dot no longer exists. It has no length, no width, and no height. It occupies no space because it is too small. It is just location. A point, within the context of this discussion, is this perfect geometrical point. Think of it as a tiny point of light within a dark universe as shown above.
A line is like a point in that it has no height or width, however it does have length.
You can think of a line as a point that has been stretched in both directions. A line is a row of points, perfectly straight, and infinitely thin. If you looked at a line from one end, it would look like a point. A line is infinite in length but has no width or depth as shown above.
A plane is a slice. A plane has length and width, however it has no depth. A plane is a point that has been stretched in length and width but has no depth.
A plane is infinitely thin. It has no thickness, only length and width. It is perfectly flat, and infinitely thin. If you looked at a plane from the side, it would look like a line. Think of a plane as unlimited length and width as shown above.
Space is the opposite of a point. Where a point is infinitely small, without length, width, or height, space is the opposite. Space has unlimited length, width, and height.
You can imagine space by standing outside on a dark night looking up at the starts. Imagine space as stretching infinitely in all directions. Space has unlimited height, width, and depth. Think of space as taking the sphere above and expanding it in all directions, infinitely, until is encompasses all of space.
Time is often called the fourth dimension. Length, width, and depth, coupled with time, form our universe. All three concepts (point, line, space) exist in time. Time is generally not considered when talking about geometry. To understand afterlife we have to consider time too.
A point, existing through time, is actually a line. So to redefine a point within the context of time, a point would be a point that exists for just one moment. It would flash and be gone. A point would have no length, width, depth - and it would have no duration. But it exists. It is location, within time and space.
Space existing through time would have unlimited length, width, depth - and unlimited duration. The definition of space, within the context of time, would be everything. It would encompass all length, width, depth, and time. It would have no beginning or ending, in space or time.
The concepts defined above - point, line, plane, space, and time - will be used to explain the mathematical relationship between conscious awareness and memory. This relationship proves afterlife. The equation is built using these perfect geometrical concepts.
III. Pyramid Geometry
1. Why A Pyramid?
Imagine yourself sitting outside, at night, under the stars.
Now imagine a pyramid. This is a perfect pyramid made from four geometric planes. The pyramid extends out infinitely to the limits of your universe. Place yourself - your awareness - at the apex of a pyramid. The sides of the pyramid extend out to reach the limits of your environment. The pyramid would look like this:
So now we have a pyramid sitting in the universe with your point of view at its apex. The sides of the pyramid extend out to the limits of your surrounding space. Your conscious awareness sits at the apex. Hence the apex is located at the center of your universe.
2. Slicing The Pyramid With A Plane
Now we are going to take a geometric plane and make a horizontal slice through the pyramid as shown below. The horizontal slice intersects the pyramid forming a plane. The small drawing in the upper right shows the plane intersecting the pyramid. The large drawing shows the pyramid slice in perspective.
You can see how the plane slices through the pyramid. The intersection of the pyramid and slicing plane is shown in yellow.
3. Placing Two Boxes On The Slice
Now take a cube, exactly the size of the slice, and place it on the pyramid. The base of the cube sits exactly on the intersection.
The cube sitting on the pyramid looks like this:
The drawing in the upper right shows the cube sitting on the pyramid precisely on the slice. The center of the cube sits precisely at the apex. The large drawing shows the cube in perspective sitting on the slice. Now were going to add a second cube, exactly the same size. Place it on the pyramid at exactly the same place. We now have two cubes sitting on the pyramid at the slice as shown above.
IV. The Concept Of Inverse
1. Defining The Boxes As Inverses Of Each Other
A requirement is that the boxes are inverses of each other. That is expressed mathematically as follows:
The two boxes are tied together by the formula above. As the box on the left gets larger, for the equation to hold, the box on the right must be smaller. For example if the box on the left has a volume of two, the ratio becomes one half. For the equation to hold the box on the right must have a volume of half or .5. If the box on the right has a volume of ten, the box on the right must have a volume of one tenth.
2. A Visual Representation Of The Concept Of Inverse
Understanding the concept of inverse is fundamental to proving afterlife. For that reason we are going to approach the concept of inverse visually. I want you to see what inverse is and how it works. As you watch these next two slides, try to feel how inverse works. The important concept is to keep the system in balance. We open with the two boxes on a balance beam.
Here are the two boxes sitting on a balance beam. The boxes are the same size, each with a volume of one. The fulcrum of the balance beam sits exactly half way between each box. It sits in the center. You can see by looking at this that the system is in balance. It is important to feel the two boxes balanced on the beam.
3. Moving the Fulcrum
Ordinarily when you move the fulcrum off dead center the beam tilts and the boxes fall off. That is because the size of the boxes is fixed and balance is allowed to float. Here we are going to fix the balance and allow the size of the boxes to float. What we cannot allow is for the system to get out of balance. Given the fixed requirement of balance, as the fulcrum moves, one box gets larger and the other box gets correspondingly smaller. Visually this is how that looks:
To get a feel for the concept of inverse I want you to imagine sliding the fulcrum back and forth on the beam. As the fulcrum moves, the boxes react in kind. The precise mathematics is not important. What is important is to see these boxes get smaller and corresponding bigger as the fulcrum slides in and out beneath them. See this as a fluid system, ever responsive to the position of the fulcrum. With this inverse relationship between the boxes, we place them back on the pyramid.
V. Moving The Boxes On The Pyramid
1. Consequences When Boxes Move
The illustration below shows two cubes back on the pyramid. The two boxes must maintain their inverse relationship. As shown, the inner box has become slightly smaller. As an equal and opposite response, the outer box has become slightly larger.
Look at the inset drawing at the upper right. The original plane is shown as a slicing line in orange. This was the original placement point for both boxes. At that time both boxes were the same size and same distance from the apex. They were exactly the same and occupied the same space. Now we have moved the plane up slightly toward the apex of the pyramid. The inner box stays on the plane. Keeping its corners on the pyramid, the inner box becomes slightly smaller. Since the inner box and outer box are invoices of each other, the outer box gets correspondingly larger. The inner box is reduced by one half. To compensate, the other box has doubled in size. The boxes stay on the pyramid and the relationship between the boxes still holds. This system remains in balance.
2. When The Inner Box Gets Close To The Apex
Now that you see how this system works, take the slice and move it up a little further toward the apex of the pyramid. As the slice moves toward the apex of the pyramid it takes the inner box with it as it goes. The inner box is reduced again by half. Correspondingly the outer box doubles in size again. As the slice moves towards the apex the inner box becomes smaller and the outer box becomes larger. The inner box is now one fourth its original size and the outer cube is four times its original size as shown here:
We have made two movements of the boxes. First we reduced the inner box by half. Then we reduced it again by half. Correspondingly the outer cube doubled in size. Then it doubled again.
Instead of moving in jumps, I want to think about movement. Take the slicing plane and start moving it slowly toward the apex of the pyramid. As you imagine this movement also imagine what it happening to the inner and outer boxes. As you move the slicing plane up toward the apex, the inner box is becoming smaller.
Correspondingly the outer box is becoming larger. The outer box is also becoming larger at a faster rate.
As you get close to the apex the inner box becomes very small. Simultaneously the outer box is reaching out through the universe.
3. When The Inner Box Reaches The Apex
Eventually the slicing plane reaches the apex. At that moment the inner cube becomes a single geometric point as shown here:
Look at the inset in the upper right. The slice has reached the apex of the pyramid. The pyramid has perfectly sharp edges being made up from four geometric planes. The intersection of the slicing plane and the pyramid is one geometric point. At this moment the inner box has no length, width, or depth but it does exist. It is sitting precisely at the apex of the pyramid.
To help visualize what a single point at the apex of the pyramid looks like imagine it as a infinitely small point of light. Mentally it is as if the inner cube has started to emanate light now. It has no volume and has been reduced to only position without dimension. Visually and emotionally the single point (the inner box) looks like this:
Our inner box has been reduced to a single point within a universe. Now that we know what has happened to the inner box, we have to imagine what has happened to the outer box.
4. Consequences Of The Outer Box
Remember the outer box is the inverse of the inner box. As the inner box is reduced by half, the outer box is doubled. The question new becomes:
Now that the inner box is a point without dimension, what has happened to the outer box?
Here is the answer:
As the inner box becomes a point without dimension, the outer box becomes dimension itself.
Think of this as the outer box expanding infinitely throughout space. When the inner box reaches the apex, the outer cube reaches outward at infinite speed through space to encompass everything. As the inner box took on its glow when it reached the apex, the outer box reached surrounding space and space itself took on the same glow.
The inner box is a point shining out into the universe. The outer box is the universe itself shining in at the inner box as shown here:
Look at the picture above. Imagine sitting somewhere out at the far reaches of the universe looking down at the apex of the pyramid as shown in the picture above. You are now somewhere in the outer box looking down at the inner box.
What you are seeing is yourself from the perspective of your memory. You are somewhere in your memory looking down at your awareness. The point you are looking down on is you. This is your position within time and space. It is your perspective during life. That little point of light at the apex of the pyramid is how you go through life. During life you never see anything different.
The geometry of afterlife works like this:
1. The inner box is your awareness
2. The ouot box is your memory
Sitting here, from the perspective of your memory looking down at your awareness, is something you will never see during your lifetime. Only at the end of life will you see this perspective. This outer glow is the entire space around you. The outer box fully expanded is your memory.
VI. Geometry Of Awareness And Memory
1. Awareness And Memory In A Moment In Time
The key to discovering afterlife is looking at the present moment only. What I mean is look at awareness and memory now, in the present, while we are alive. Ignore, for the time being, that memory has depth in time. Concentrate only upon the present. When we approach afterlife this way the picture becomes clearer.
Think of yourself outside, at night, under a sky of the brightest stars you've ever seen. Looking out at the stars we are struck with the vastness of the universe. The distances to stars measured by light years. When you look at the universe this way it is easy to see that we exist at a fixed location within a vast universe.
In the diagram below I am showing the relationship between our location within the universe and the universe itself:
On the left side of the equation is our location. This is our awareness. Our awareness is our location within the universe. It is represented by the inner box on the pyramid that finally reached the apex.
On the right side of the equation is the universe itself. This is our memory. Our memory is the surrounding universe, out to and including the stars.
The is the relationship between awareness and memory now, in the present moment. Awareness is the single point at the center of the universe. Memory is the surrounding universe. This geometric relationship between them is literal. Awareness is to memory as a geometric point is to all of space. This is our living condition.
2. Adding Time Into The Equation
This point-space relationship of awareness and memory holds for every moment of our life. It never changes. This is reality itself. This is how life works during our lifetime.
Now I want to add time into the equation. To understand what happens at the end of life we have to look at the dimension of time in addition to length, width, and death. Our awareness-memory equation, with time added in, looks like this:
3. Death Is Moving From One Side Of The Equation To The Other
I hope by now you no longer seeing life as awareness wandering through an outside world. I don't see it that way. I see life as a system of both awareness and memory expressed in the equation above.
Awareness represents your current location in time and space. Memory represents the universe throughout all time. It is that way now. It has been that way since the moment your life began. Life is a system of awareness and memory. Memory is the inverse of awareness. Awareness is the inverse of memory. It is these two things, working together, than make up life.
Right now, at this moment, we are on the left side of this equation. We view life from the perspective of awareness. We see life as a fixed point looking out at the world. At the end of life we pass from the left side of the equation to the right side of the equation. Now we see things from the perspective of memory.
An important point is that the system doesn't change. It remains intact. The only thing that changes is that we move from one side to the other side. There isn't any upheaval involved. Death is simply awareness becoming its inverse. That inverse is memory.
4. How Passing Through The Equal Sign Manifests
This movement from right to left may seem linear but it is not. By moving from the left to the right the mind undergoes a change from point to all time and space. It is almost as though memory has transcended physical space. What I mean is through memory a single point in space has been transformed into a universe. It is even more profound than that. A single point in time (no length, width, depth, or duration) has been transformed into all space and time. It is hard to get your head around it but that is exactly what happens. A universe of unlimited time and space comes into being simply by awareness moving from the right to the left side of this equation.
Equally intriguing as that the left side of the equation contains time itself. Once awareness makes this transition it has no need for the physical body anymore. The mind does not live on in a traditional sense. What happens is it changes dimension where the single moment of time we know as the present undergoes dimensional change to become all time.
The movement from left to right, through the equal sign, appears benign to the outside observer. It is not. To the person going through this it is anything but. To the insider this is a total explosion of awareness, initiating from a single point, and reaching out in all directions throughout all of space and time.
This concludes proof of afterlife by geometry.
The Kingdom Of Heaven
Jesus, like me, was faced with the task of explaining these concepts to people. Ask yourself this, if you were Jesus and you knew what he knew, how would you impart your ideas to the world? Most people assume that the "word" just gets out. Trust me, it doesn't. Just because you understand, does not mean everyone else does too. It takes a visionary like Jesus to take a geometric idea and make it understandable to others. Jesus came up with two analogies to explain this knowledge. One is "Son of God." The other is "Kingdom of Heaven."
My understanding of Jesus comes from early Saturday Catechism. These were classes given by nuns of the Catholic Church to youngsters. I attended catechism from the age of three to six. The nuns instilled in me the basic concept of heaven through the teachings of Jesus. At the age of 17 I rejected these teachings. I became an atheist. Through the Theory of Afterlife I began to see that these teaching were correct after all. It became apparent, upon the realization of afterlife, that Jesus did know what he was talking about.
I have a slightly different concept of "Son Of God" than the consensus. The consensus beleves that Jesus was the one and only "Son of God." My opinion differs. I believe what Jesus was saying is that "Sons Of God" applies to everyone, not just him. He was telling people that through death you become will God. As the son grows up to one day become the father, Jesus was saying that through death you will become God. As all sons grow up to become the father, we will all one day become God. I like the analogy very much.
In the days of Jesus Rome was the dominant empire. The Roman Empire encircled the entire Mediterranean Sea. Roman leaders had unlimited power. In many instances they insisted on being regarded as gods. In the midst of all this, Jesus was preaching that ordinary people, including slaves, will become God. When pressed on the issue, he couldn't denounce it because it was true. It is easy to see why an authority who insisted on being regarded as a god could not allow it.
In the days of Jesus there were 170 million people on earth. Today it is estimated there are 7.4 billion people. That means the population then was 0.22 percent of what it is today, roughly 500 to 1. The vast majority of people then didn't have conveniences. It was largely a hunter-gatherer society with a few small villages. Life was a hard. Here's what I see when I envision the days of Jesus:
Nothing. No roads. No towns. Imagine walking through the wilderness like this and coming upon the city of Rome for the first time. You are probably from a village with a few huts, in the middle of nowhere. There may be a few domesticated animals and a crop or two.
Then you come upon Rome. Never has a society had such a technological advantage over the surrounding environment. In the time of Jesus, Rome was about one million people. Rome had already invented concrete. Using concrete they constructed large temples, forums, and theaters. These weren't small either. They were towering structures, many faced in marble that surpassed anything in the world by a large margin.
Throughout the city the water flowed. Rome built aqueducts that carried water for miles into the city. Aqueducts ran through mountains and crossed deep valleys on arched bridges. Roman aqueducts transported water with a drop of as little as 3 inches over 1000 feet. Rome was a city of water. It was gravity fed from the surrounding hills into many fountains, sewers, and baths. What a sight that must have been?
Rome had roads. I'm not talking about dirt paths. I'm talking about paved roads. They ran throughout the empire. No one else had roads. Rome had a standing army that was, by far, the most powerful in the world. They also had leisure time. They had theater. They had sporting events.
Water flowing through the city allowed a million people to gather together for the first time. Rome had a sewer system that kept the city clean. Roman bathing was part of the culture. Their bathhouses were like temples. Romans enjoyed cold baths, warm baths, and hot baths. Baths weren't only for the aristocracy. Bathing was engrained in the Roman culture. In the days of Jesus, in contrast to the rest of the world, Rome was good.
I'm pretty sure that in ancient Israel, they knew of Rome. I can just imagine the tales from people that had seen Rome; tales of magnificent marble temples, abundant food in the forums, paved roads, luxurious villas, large sporting events, and fountains with running water. Rome must have seemed like the city of Oz. It must have seemed like a magical place from another planet.
Jesus told people "You will inherit the kingdom of heaven." When people envisioned a kingdom, they envisioned Rome. The city of Rome, compared to the countryside, was uber good. Hard living in a village was in stark contrast to a leisurely existence in a Roman villa. It was that contrast he was getting at. The Roman proletariat led great lives. They played, bathed, and went to shows. The kingdom of Rome must have seemed like an awesome, wonderful, and magical place. The kingdom of heaven is an awesome wonderful, magical place of infinitely greater proportions. It is a place you want we to be and will be soon.