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Everything spins. Ever stop to think about that? I really hadn’t until I took the Resonance Academy course and they made this point. Super galactic clusters spin. Galaxies spin. Solar systems spin. The Earth spins (rotates on its axis). Electrons whirl around the nuclei of atoms.

When this spin speeds up, something very interesting can happen. According to Einstein’s special theory of relativity, mass is a function of speed, with the speed of light as an upper boundary. Why is the speed of light an upper boundary? Because as anything approaches the speed of light, its mass increases to infinity.

Changes of State: As we also know from Einstein’s special relativity, energy and mass are interchangeable. So where does this leave us? When quantized energy spins, its mass increases. When it spins fast enough, approaching the speed of light, something pretty amazing happens. It clicks into a different state and becomes a unit of coherent mass.

We know from everyday experience that application of energy to a substance can cause it to change state at an exact point in the energy gradient. Remove energy from water, i.e. cool it down, and, at the freezing point (32 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale or 0 degrees on the Centigrade scale) it changes state and becomes ice, a solid. Heat that ice up and, at the freezing point, water becomes liquid. Heat it up some more and, at another precise point in temperature, it becomes a gas.

From this we can see a very basic principle manifested. Changes in amount of energy cause changes in state, which are changes in mass. Energy times the speed of light squared equals mass. Speed spinning energy up and it becomes heavier. It acquires more gravity, that is, it acquires more mass.

Black Holes: Speed spinning energy up to the speed of light and it changes state. It becomes a certain kind of mass, a black hole, named this, because the mass, the gravity, of the black hole has become so great that light cannot escape from it.

It turns out that there is a black hole at the center of every galaxy, with the multitude of stars revolving around it. The black hole’s mass anchors the galaxy of revolving stars.

Fractally, this same principle applies at the atomic level. According to Nassim Haramein, a proton is what results when the little Planck Spherical Units (discussed in the Blog post The Force Is Indeed With Us) spin so rapidly that they approach the speed of light. They change state and become little black holes, which we call protons. They become congealed energy, i.e. this certain kind of mass.

And this protonic state has very intense gravity up close, so intense, that it can function as the strong force that holds protons together to form atoms, even though the protons are all positively charged.

It’s clear from nuclear fusion and nuclear fission, establishing the bond between protons and breaking the bond between protons releases a tremendous amount of energy.

Entanglement: We know from standard quantum physics, that, at the quantum level, all the little particles of energy (that can also be fields of energy) are entangled with other little particles of energy. Change any ones and you change the others with which they are entangled.

According to Mr. Haramein, this is entanglement is holographic in character. As with a holographic picture, where each part is a complete image of the hole, each little Planck maintains a holographic representation of all the other little Plancks out to the total number of Plancks that make up our universe.

Now, when one little Planck changes, the little Plancks with which it is entangled change, and these changes ramify out to all the other little Plancks throughout the universe. From this perspective, the universe learns as each of its smallest units changes.

I’m going a little beyond what I learned in the Resonance Academy course, but I believe that the holographic representation of all the little Plancks in each little Planck includes not just the present moment, but all the past holographic representations as well. This means that the universe not only learns, but also it remembers.

And now, going a little further beyond what I learned from the Resonance course and incorporating the insights I have learned from Alfred North Whitehead’s philosophy, I also believe that each little Planck also holographically anticipates all of the possible future configurations of little Planck’s.

A present moment for each little Planck is when all the future possible configurations and all of the past possible configurations and the one stream of past actual configurations give birth to just that particular present (still connected to all that was and is and ever shall be), which lives for a brief moment, remembering and learning and choosing, and then becoming a new actuality to add to the past stream of actual configurations that gave birth to it, and then the process begins again.

The Chain of Being: So there you have it. At the basis of everything is this cosmic soup of entangled little Planck energy particle/fields holographically reflecting everything, learning and remembering as they go forward fractally to form all the structures/systems of the universe.

Since every little Planck is a tiny black hole, every little Planck has vast mass/energy for its size. According to the Resonance teachings, a cubic centimeter of the soup contains enough energy, if fully accessed, to power the whole Earth’s energy needs, at our current level of usage, for a long time.

As the little Plancks spin to the speed of light to become little proton black holes, the little Plancks on the surface of each proton can be entangled with little Plancks on the surface of other little proton black holes, while the little Plancks within the little proton black holes can only be entangled with the other little Plancks within the little proton black holes.

Now the surface Plancks are also entangled with the interior Plancks, so the interior Plancks can experience and learn what is happening in the rest of the universe, but only through the lens of the surface Plancks. The preponderance of experience for the Plancks within the proton black holes is memory, albeit leavened by the new experiences coming through the lens of the surface Plancks.

The tiny Plancks are so small that the number of them included in one proton is equal to the number of all the protons in the universe.

The positively charged protons that emerge from the Planck soup, paired with the negatively charged electrons spinning around them, form atoms and these atoms become the building blocks for everything else in the universe.

So up we go the fractal chain of being, from Plancks to atoms to solar systems to galaxies to super galaxies to the universe, all composed of Plancks emerging out of the ubiquitous super powerful Planck soup all spinning, all clicking into different states as the speed of light is approached.