The Miraculous History of the Universe
When God separated light from darkness, the Big Bang created our universe.
Made of light, matter creates gravity by pushing multidimensional boundaries.
Gravity is created by the pressure that physical matter puts on the invisible dimensional border adjacent to our visible three dimensional universe.
Advances in technology and our capabilities in sensing the features and dynamics of the universe are allowing modern astronomy to expose the connection between the Bible and the cosmos. We should all be reminded that divine guidance is at the core of scientific discovery and the creation of our expanding universe.
The theory of relativity and the amazing revelations that followed would eventually inspire Albert Einstein to logically rationalize the reality of intelligent design. From the vast reaches of outer space, to the sub-atomic vibrating waves of light that create all matter, we now know they are both a part of the multidimensional universe that lies within the vast electromagnetic spectrum. These features have been described in the Bible for thousands of years.
As modern quantum theory and astronomy progress, there are many verses in the Bible that continue to gain greater significance. Written about the the land of Uz over 4000 years ago, the Old Testament book of Job mentions an ironic reference to the Earth as a planet in the empty void of outer space.
"He spreads out the northern skies over empty space;
he suspends the earth over nothing." - Job 26:7 (NIV)
To understand the reality of our universe, we must have an open mind. We must accept that our traditional material perspective must be forgotten. As mentioned throughout the Bible, there are invisible realms that we cannot measure or truly comprehend. We must now have faith in the math that teaches us that invisible dimensions, matter made of light, warping time, bending space and quantum entanglements really do exist.
"For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth,
visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities,
all things were created through him and for him." - Colossians 1:16 (ESV)
As the Bible explains, the universe was created by God's word. His omnipotent mind and belief inspired all creation. Interestingly, if one combines all the matter and antimatter in the universe, the only thing left over is pure energy. This energy exemplifies a universe created within the mind of God and the true illusion of all physical matter made of light.
For example: If you could magically travel at the speed of light and live long enough to go in a straight line for a billion years to try to reach the edge of the universe, you would discover that you are still no closer to the edge. The combined gravity of the objects littered across the universe are bending space to the point that no matter where you go, all distant objects will still be traveling away from you, as if you are in the middle. Due to the combined gravity of the cosmos, the expanse of outer space, in fact, is an illusion that is warped like a sphere.
The Big Bang
As brilliant as Albert Einstein was in creating the theory of General Relativity, he still thought that the universe was finite, static and that it had no beginning.
Unknown to most today, in 1927, a Belgian Catholic priest named Georges Lemaitre corrected several of Einstein's most complex equations to expose the reality that the universe was not static.
It was actually expanding!
Lemaitre's work eventually led to the Big Bang theory. The science of physics was mathematically proving that the Biblical story of creation was correct in that there was a defined beginning to our universe.
As evidence has been collected and studied over the last ninety years, a unifying belief in the science community has continued to be that the universe was created at the moment of the proverbial Big Bang. As the Big Bang narrative of creation has become popular across the scientific World, there has been little publicity about the fact that the Bible continues to be revealed as a scientifically flawless document. For centuries, science has gradually been exposing what the Bible has already been saying before the Dark Ages. Miraculously, in our current scientific era, the Bible still accurately describes historical events from antiquity while also outlining the fundamental scientific truths of the universe.
Discussed in greater detail on the Physics webpage, the observer effect and the emerging quantum theory concept called String Theory, are both exposing that our universe is made out of light.
According to Genesis 1:3, the first thing that God created was light:
“Let there be light,” and there was light"
This is a scientifically accurate statement, as all visible matter is made from waves of light energy. Light became reality at the very moment the Big Bang occurred as the physical universe exploded into existence. This expansion continues today.
It is now understood that visible matter only makes up about 5% of all the matter in the universe as invisible dark energy (69%), and dark matter (26%), make up the majority.
Verse 4 in Genesis Chapter 1 tells us:
"And God separated the light from the darkness."
Verse 4 is once again scientifically accurate because visible matter (light) and dark matter separated to create our universe at the point of the Big Bang.
"I form light and create darkness;
I make well-being and create calamity;
I am the Lord, who does all these things." -Isaiah 45:7
It is also noteworthy that antimatter amazingly amounts to the same volume across the universe as matter. To be specific, it is estimated that for every billion particles of antimatter, there are a "billion and one" particles of matter. That is incredibly close as this difference creates the proverbial dust that we witness from our three dimensional perspective.
As a father shows compassion to his children,
so the Lord shows compassion to those who fear him.
For he knows our frame; he remembers that we are dust - Psalm 103:13-14
In Genesis 2:7 it says:
"Then the Lord God formed a man from the dust of the ground
and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being."
The Bible often refers to God (or Christ) as the light. This comparison is interesting since it has multiple meanings. God represents light in a proverbial sense in referring to a message of truth and justice. But God also literally represents light in a physical aspect since light energy has also been discovered as a particle of matter. Exemplified by the observer effect, the science of physics has exposed that light becomes matter at the subatomic molecular level when observed by a conscious being. As previously mentioned, if the universal amount of matter and antimatter are equal, then does anything in our three dimensional perspective really exist when both are added up?
Many physicists now calculate that the universe exists as an enormous holographic image or simulation. A growing number of physicists postulate that the universe exists within the mind of God. In other words, God is the conscious matrix that binds the entire universe together. This concept is actually mentioned in the Bible.
“He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.” - Colossians1:17
This verse is ironically summed up best by Max Planck, the renowned theoretical physicist and originator of quantum theory, when he once said:
“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force….
We must assume behind this force the existence
of a conscious and intelligent Mind.
This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”
— Max Planck, 1944
Gravity and Multiple Dimensions
From our earthly perspective, gravity has long been known as a consistent force. Over recent decades, though, evidence is changing our understanding of the laws of gravity because of dark matter. Gravity as it is also being revealed as an object's weight pushing on the invisible plasma of dark matter. Dark matter, as invisible plasma, is the fabric of other unseen dimensions and a force that counters conventional gravity. In a way, the bigger object that is made of matter, the greater the pressure (called a Gravity Well) on dark (anti) matter. It is the pressure between gravity and dark matter that has capability to bend time.
This means that our Earthly perspective of time in a linear since does not apply to the universe or the Bible. So when the Bible says that the Earth and human beings were created in just six days, all options are still open when translated in the realm of universal physics.
The weight of the sun creates a well in the multidimensional membrane boundary.
The relation between gravity and dark matter are a good example that I like to use when describing a universe with multiple dimensions. Dark matter is often referred to as a invisible plasma that counters gravity as objects in the material world move around.
Example: Let us say that the top surface of a mattress is made of dark matter plasma (the dividing line between two dimensions). If one were to place a bowling ball (as an example of our Sun) on a mattress, it would make a deep depression (called a gravity well). And let us compare marbles to planets by throwing them on to the mattress. The depression would pull the marbles (or planets) towards the bowling ball while also bending time and light energy.
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While our sun and the planets in our solar system will each create their own gravity wells as seen in the image above, the extreme gravity created by a black hole will take the mattress analogy to a new level. The incredible gravity that exists in the black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy is so heavy and dense that it is theorized to tear an opening into other dimensions similar to a drain in a bathtub.
Unlike our solar system, where the inner planets rotate around the sun in a much shorter time span as compared to the outer planets (Mercury has an 88 day year, while Neptune takes 164 years to rotate around the sun). Galaxies rotate like spokes on a wheel.
This phenomena has led to many years of confusion for physicists, as the vast outer spirals further away from the center of a galaxy move around the center in the same time frame and at a much faster rate to keep up with the inner objects. This conundrum confused the physics world until dark matter was theorized. It is now understood that dark matter holds the galaxy spirals together like the spokes on a bicycle wheel. Dark matter is invisible because it does not reflect or block light waves.
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