The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
Each chemica l ele ment can be distinguished by its atomic number. The atomic number is the
number of protons in the nuc le i of an atom. This number determines the chemica l properties of an
element and its unique and colorful place in the periodic table of e lements. When colors are divided
until they can be divided no further, every color sha ll be represented in the result. The total number of
unique colors is the same as the total number of unique e lements. All e le ments, both discovered and
undisc overed, combine to create the white element (absolute something). Absolute something is the
energetic array of a ll the independent primary e lementa l energy combined in a purifie d state (the purest
form of energy: the white element).
The opposite of the white element and a ll its properties is the black e lement. The black e lement is
not used to represent absolute nothingness; it is absolute nothingness, i.e., the absence of color, light,
frequency, temperature , taste, sme ll and all other categories combined. The white and the black e lement
are everything when it comes to the category e lement; together they create all other eleme nts.
Everything and infinity, like two sides of a magnet, go together; it is not a matter of one or the other.
The symbol for infinity is a lso the symbol for everything.
Every category has a point that, when reached, is every possibility, such as: color, light,
temperature, frequency, taste, sme ll, and e lement. All categories within existence and nonexistence
(zero to one hundred percent) are reflecting the larger truth. When it comes to the category recorde d
truth, there is, has, and will be a point in time that, when reached, is absolute ly everything. All things
within absolutely all existence and absolutely nonexistence are made in itsâ€Ÿ universal image.
To understand the terms everything and infinity an individua l must turn to science, se lf-evident
Universal Truths, and a ll other reflections that make up existe nce. The smallest Universa l Truths in
nature, philosophy, mathematics, and sc ience are reflections of larger truths. There is no evidence in
my observations for infinite possibilities outside the boundaries of the absolute Universa l Truth:
none xistence and existence (0-100%). Absolute ly everything can be quantifie d from zero to 100