Superphysics Superphysics
Chapter 1

The Spatial Layer of Material Superphysics

by Juan Icon
January 31, 2020 3 minutes  • 435 words
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The spatial layer is below the aethereal, as the ‘container’ of a universe in an existence made up of a multiverse. It leads to spacetime and sets the speed of light, since it is superior to the the 3 lower Layers of Electromagnetism, Weak Force, and Strong Force.

The 5 Layers
The Spacetime Layer holds the Physical Universe which is made up of Electromagnetism, Weak Force, and Strong Force

This layer gives the properties of size, space, timespan, and age of the universe and everything in it.

How It Works

The spacetime layer is the gateway that allows the ideas from the aethereal layer a chance to cross over onto physical reality via spacetime vortices, called black holes by Modern Physics, through galaxies and stars.

The 5 Layers
Pre-existing aethereal ideas flow down into physical reality in a probabilsitic way. A single idea, when deployed, therefore has many versions in other universes of varying densities

Within one universe, the creation of these vortices leads to the mutual repulsion between them, leading to the perception of space and time.

Name Traditional Name Force Particle Quantum
Spatial Air Gravitation ‘Graviton’ Quantum of Spacetime (Qos)

Space and Time

The current concept of spacetime in Physics came from Einstein who believed that it is a fabric that warps wherever there is gravity.

Superphysics spacetime is different in the sense that we define it as the material that splits perceptions into 2 components:

  1. Space

This is the particle part or crudified part or physical part of the perception.

  1. Time

This is the wave part or subtle part or metaphysical part of the perception.

Current Physics sees spacetime as 3 dimensions as spatial length, width, height and 1 dimension of time. This arises from a matter-first perspective. This is because a material thing, like a rock, has length, width, height. Its rolling movement from location A to location B then takes time.

In contrast, our spacetime is seen from the aether-first perspective, as a result of perception or observation.

The rock’s length, width, and height and time to roll, all come from our aethereal mind’s decision to perceive the rock’ spacetime aspects. In other words, the spacetime of the rock existed because our aethereal mind wanted to experience it.

Unlike the Einstein’s spacetime which is rigid and measured by the speed of light, the Superphysics spacetime is malleable. In fact, there are 4 measures for our spacetime:

The Spacetime of Superphysics
Domain Spacetime Sublayer Name Measure Physics Name
Metaphysical Aethereal Mental Time Experience Coordinate Time (Einstein)
Physical Radiant Electromagnetic Time Atomic Clock Proper Time (Einstein)
Physical Transformative Radioactive Time Radioactive Decay Clock
Physical Material Material Time Sand Clock Absolute Time (Newton)