Gaia

Our planet is known also as Gaia, or Terra, and like every other celestial object, she is a cosmic flower — a multidimensional network of consciousness.
Such a structure is called a brahmfatúra, or bramphature — a planetary cosmos.
Gaia consists of more than 200 matrices (worlds; planetary platforms) spread within intertwined planes of existence, which stretch out across her six dimensions — the spatial corridors.

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Each plane (realm) is an unbounded hyperspace corresponding to a specific density level — a light refraction, i.e. a particular speed of light (prana; chi; pneuma), which, in fact, has never really been constant.

Matrices, in their turn, are quantum planetary platforms for an inter-individual existence of carriers of elemental (like animals; trees) and cosmic (as ourselves) consciousnesses.
A given matrix would resemble a room in one of the hyperspaces/planes of proto-monadic, monadic, proto-mental, mental, astral, etheric, sub-etheric or infra-physical light densities.

Our spheroid Earth, as one of the Gaia’s planetary platforms, is located within her three-dimensional corridor’s sub-etheric hyperspace.

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The otherworldly is generally considered pseudo-scientific by our linearly thinking, dogmatic minds, but synchronicites gently ask us to look at reality from a different, more intuitive angle.

We ourselves are multidimensional, psychic entities, yet the lack of digestible information feeds the oblivion we live in. 

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In this monograph, I, Mike Agajanov, explain such a peculiar subject as metaphysical esotericism in the most possible academic manner.
It’s time to remember who we are, where we come from, and, finally, where we are going.

 

 


Neither Flat, nor Round, but a Flower:
A study-guide through reality
Part I; II; III; IV

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