The life of the universe (part 5)

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Josef Zezulka – BYTÍ – EXISTENCE
A Philosophy for Life


This is how matter as we know it arose. It was inorganic matter – lifeless. In the same way as the material component, the second fundamental component, the spiritual one, divided. Since it is identical to the material component – only with the opposite pole, it divided into characteristically same parts, which manifested their character here in terms of spirit. Here, too, the fundamental spiritual component was divided in two, which represented:

The first component – again centripetal and centrifugal forces and

the second component again the forces of agitation and peace.

Each of these parts was again divided into two parts and these forces disaffiliated. Thus we now have four individual components, or components which as with previous material parts represent:

1) centripetal force that is manifested in spirit as egocentric, inwardly-oriented and selfish. It is the force that represents the solid state analogically with matter, the element of earth,

2) centrifugal force, manifested in spirit as altruistic, outwardly oriented, into its surroundings, towards everything else, unselfish, the opposite of the former, selfish one. It is the force that represents the gaseous state analogically with matter, the element of air,

3) the force of agitation, which for the spiritually minded means enthusiasm, excitement for something, spiritual glow. In analogy with matter it is the force of fire,

4) the force of peace which is the opposite of the aforementioned force of fire. In the spirit it is peace, coldness, stillness, relaxation. In the realm of the material it is the analogous with the force of the liquid state, of the element of water.

So, here we have two groups of the same character, only with opposite poles: matter and spirit. Both manifest themselves by segmentation to four. I deservedly call this segmentation the “Creative Four”. It is the process that created the “Creative Work” from the Podstata. Actually, up to this time, only its foundation. From this division, inorganic matter on one hand and inorganic or general spirit on the other hand, have so far arisen. These two components, so far separate, are exerted in the Creative Work at times when there in no organic life here.

Since the Creative Four, as a lawful process, manifests itself within all life’s events, it is, as we will learn further on, manifested among others in sounds and colours. That’s why it is possible to label the aforementioned four fundamental components of the force of matter and spirit according to their character with corresponding colours and sounds. We have a word for each colour and a symbol for each sound. It is like this: We can hear a roster crow ‘Cock-A-Doodle-Doo’. We transcribe the sound by inaccurate transcription. The same applies here. If we want to characterise the sound corresponding to an element, we have use a transcription that sounds as similar as possible. Our labelling of the elements in matter and spirit follows the laws as follows:

1) The element of earth – centripetal force – appears in the primary colour yellow (in all its shades) and it is expressed with the sound “E”*.

2) The element of air – centrifugal force – appears in the primary colour blue and it is expressed with the sound “I”*.

3) The element of fire – glow, enthusiasm – is in the primary colour red and it is expressed with the sound “A”*.

4) The element of water – coldness, peace – has the primary colour green and the sound “U”*

This is the labelling of the “Creative Four” which forms the “Creative Work”.

If we also label the fundamental component in this way, while it is still unseparated, i.e. the component which separated from the Podstata and where time is yet to exist, we shall label it with an aggregate colour that consists of these four primary colours. It is white. It is expressed with the sound “O”*.

* Pronunciation: “I” as in “image”

“E” as in “egg”

“O” as in “often”

“U” as in “rule”

“A” as in “far”

When I understood the division and labelling of these individual elements, I discovered it was nothing new. The one who used to preach to the Jews so long ago probably understood this in the same way. The lawful arrangement of these sounds probably led them to denominate the Podstata or God and then to denominate the Creative Work. Let’s now analyse the arrangement:

The fundamental elements in the Podstata are arranged in a way that corresponds to the state before the origin of the Creative Work, before the division had begun. It is the arrangement of the sounds IE–UA* which is bound by the timelessness of the fundamental state “O”*. This “O”* stands in the middle and binds podstata groups at sides. The whole then gives us I E – O – U A* – JEHOVA. With this name the Podstata or the highest God is rightly labelled.

In the Creative Work “O”* is dropped and there are just the elements of the Creative Four there. So as not to merge with the Podstata again and in order to be able to exist on their own as the Creative Work, the two fundamental groups were intersected. Let’s imagine an isosceles cross, on one beam of which “I”* from the first group and “U”* from the second one is fixed. The “A”* from one group and “E”* from the other is fixed on the second beam. If we then pronounce the sounds around the cross, we get IAUE* or Jahve. This is how the Creative Work is correctly labelled. In order to better comprehend this, let us illustrate the origin of the Creative Work and the reasons for the naming of JEHOVA and JAHVE.
The origin of Creative Work


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