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August 4, 2010


God, Science & The Secret Doctrine

Section VI

1. The Basic Holographic Paradigm

“Deity … is in every point of the Universe.”     (S.D.I, p. 114)
 

There is but one indivisible and absolute Omniscience and Intelligence in the Universe,
and this thrills throughout every atom and infinitesimal point of the whole finite Kosmos.   (S.D. I, p.277)

The term holography means literally “to write the whole” and suggests that any part or aspect somehow embodies the whole.  Blavatsky articulated such a holographic model of creation—of physics and metaphysics, a century before science arrived at such concepts and possibilities. The modern ideas of holography and multi-dimensional physics now highlight the nature of the dynamics H. P. Blavatsky described.  However, The Secret Doctrine suggested a more differentiated view of holographic dynamics than even that of contemporary science.  Further, it applies the same perspective to understanding ourselves as holographic beings—microcosms of the macrocosm.   

A holographic view is implicit in the “fundamental dogma of Occultism:”

 The first and Fundamental dogma of Occultism is Universal Unity (or Homogeneity)....  (S.D., I, p. 58)

 ... no manifested thing can be thought of except as a part of a larger whole:  the total aggregate being the One manifested Universe that issues from the unmanifested or Absolute—called Non-Being or “No-Number,” to distinguish it from Being or “the One Number.”  (S.D., I, pp. 87-8)

The fundamental Law… the central point from which all emerged, around and toward which all gravitates, and upon which is hung the philosophy of the rest, is the One homogeneous divine SUBSTANCE-PRINCIPLE, the one radical cause.  ... It is latent in every atom in the Universe, and is the Universe itself. (S.D., I, pp. 272-3)

 If there is one indivisible and absolute Omniscience and Intelligence in the Universe” and this “thrills throughout every atom and infinitesimal point of the whole finite Kosmos,” then there are indeed vast information and zero point fields unseen within the fabric of space. Thus, any part is ultimately an expression of the whole.

In Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1980), David Bohm proposed such a model within physics.  Although Bohm initially posited the existence of only the implicate and explicate orders, he later added a third level of dimensions–the super-implicate orders.   He describes this hidden order as, a super-information field of the whole universe, a super-implicate order which organizes the first level (of the implicate orders) into various structures and is capable of tremendous development of structure.”  (Weber, 1986, p. 33)   The explicate order flows out of the laws and processes of these multi-dimensional implicate and super-implicate orders as apparent differentiations of an undivided whole:

 ... in the implicate order the totality of existence is enfolded within each region of space (and time). So, whatever part, element, or aspect we may abstract in thought, this still enfolds the whole and is therefore intrinsically related to the totality from which it has been abstracted.  Thus, wholeness permeates all that is being discussed, from the very outset.  (1980, p. 172)

 According to Bohm, reality as it appears to our senses–the everyday world of matter and energy in time and space–is essentially a holographic image projected out of vast interconnected hidden dimensions.   Bohm argued that there had to be deeper levels of structure within space which could respond to the quantum potential of the whole.  He commented that an electron had to have at least as complex a structure as a radio receiver.  Twenty years later, Dr. Bekenstein simply refers to an unknown “level X” and remains open as to what deeper levels there might be.  In the 1980’s and 1990’s, this concept of a part embodying the whole was the primary focus of the holographic paradigm.

However, in newer formulation of the holographic model within physics, the notion of the part embodying the whole is secondary.  Leonard Susskind (2008) provides basic definitions in his glossary:

hologram—A two-dimensional representation of three-dimensional information.  A type of photograph from which a three-dimensional image can be reconstructed. 

 Holographic Principle—The principle that says that all information lies at the boundary of a region of space.  (p. 453)

 A hologram, as a two dimensional photograph, will appear to visual inspection as a jumble of light and dark areas.  However, if a laser light is shone through the hologram, it projects a three dimensional image out into space.  Similarly, the holographic principle suggests that information may be stored upon a two dimensional boundary or surface of a region of space, but that a three dimensional image (with gravity) is manifest within the interior volume of this surface.   This suggests that a complex system of material-energetic processes might be informed by a inner complex of superstrings/membranes and black hole metaphysics within an alternative higher dimensional Space!   Even such newer concepts of the holographic paradigm find support in the bizarre teachings of H. P. Blavatsky and The Secret Doctrine. 

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