The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
Because the questions are also the answers, understanding will be the result of both for me :
The universe is comprised of absolute nothingness, absolute something, and both. Within absolute
nothingness there is only absolute nothingness. Within absolute something there is only absolute
something. And within absolute ly everything there are always both together. If absolute nothingness, in
and of itself is not the entire truth, then there canâ€Ÿt be only absolute something. If the number zero is
not included, then there canâ€Ÿt be only ones. The Universal Truth is the respectful conc lusion. All e lse
will be shown to represent the truth of absolute nothingness and absolute something.
Absolute something is the energetic array of a ll the independent primary e lements combined in a
purifie d state (the purest form of energy: the white eleme nt). The opposite of the white ele ment, and a ll
its properties is the black e lement (the absence of energy: absolute nothingness). The white and black
elements create all other elements. A computer works with only ones and zeros in its binary code. The
computer is a virtua l world existing in a real world that has its binary code as well: absolute
nothingness and absolute something, the DNA of absolute everything.
White is a combination of all the primary colors, and black is the absence of them. When it comes to
color, black, and white are everything; therefore, black and white will be used to represent the most and
the least in a ll other categories, just as one and zero will be. A substance that appears black is not
absolute nothingness; it simply represents the truth that there is absolute nothingness. One of the
properties of absolute nothingness is the absence of color.
Colors are directly linked to the category of light. For example, it is no mystery that grass that is
visibly green is not really green; it only reflects that color better than it reflects other colors. Light and
dark together allow for colors to be seen. Without light there can be no dark. Darkness, in itse lf is