Superphysics
Chapter 1b

# The Cartesian View and Euclid's Elements

by Juan
##### March 19, 2023 2 minutes  • 417 words
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Principles Assertions
There are 2 Domains in Reality The Cartesian View has both Planes

Previously, we divided reality into 2 domains:

1. The Metaphysical
2. The Physical

The current sciences ignore the metaphysical domain and instead focus solely on the physical one.

To explain metaphysical phenomena, humans have invented philosophy, religion, and mysticism. These have been disregarded by science as imaginary. Science brands their explanations as pseudo-science, as if science and the physical domain were superior to the metaphysical.

We cure this materialistic view by creating the a metaphysics-first perspective which we call the Cartesian View which has 2 parts:

1. The Aethereal Cartesian Plane

2. The Cartesian Plane

This view takes the metaphysical domain as the cause (via the Aethereal Cartesian Plane) and the physical domain as effect (via the Cartesian Plane).

Currently, science has only the ‘Cartesian plane’ which is used to plot movements on paper. It is a 2-dimensional space that has quality in one axis relative to time in another axis. The movement through time makes the 2D space infinitely long.

Here, the y axis represents a quality in different magnitudes of variations.

We add the Aethereal Cartesian Plane which is has the identity as its origin and has multiple axes representing the qualities of that identity that change over time.

The Aethereal Cartesian Plane reveals more data which can be interpreted as new information which we call the dynamics of the identity. These dynamics are then based on its gravitational signature or dharma.

## There is Only Euclidean Geometry

Modern Physics thinks that Euclid’s book, The Elements, is about shapes on a 2D surface. In reality, it is about the dynamics of the 5 Elements (which we call the 5 Layers), and is why Euclid named it as such.

When used with the Cartesian View, Euclid’s geometry can describe 3-dimensional surfaces and patterns. The main difference with Physics is that Euclid’s Geometry does not focus on the paths that an object would take. Instead, it focuses on the start and end of that path. This is useful for teleportation where paths are unnecessary.