Hebrew Metaphysics is the science of consciousness. The Hebrew letters themselves are a map that outline the structure of the human mind, the unbreakable laws of the metaphysical universe and the steps, both macro and micro, of human conscious development.
Since 1996, the intellectual community has been under a general agreement that consciousness cannot be measured and is not subject to the laws of nature. Consciousness was dubbed “The Hard Problem”. We must externally observe the object to understand the subject; however, it is the conscious mind that is questioning its own nature. How can it remove itself from itself in order to observe itself?
Enter Hebrew Metaphysics.
This 4500-year-old body of knowledge has been buried under thick layers of metaphorical references and religious rituals, mostly in Hebrew and Aramaic. Judaism, however, is not the only tradition to have preserved pieces of this intellectual wealth. Different parts of this intricate puzzle, written in Greek, Latin and English, have been hiding in other branches of the Hebrew Wisdom such as occultism, Gnosticism, alchemy and ancient astrology. The towering gates of linguistic resonance have prevented us from realizing that underneath all spiritual frameworks hides the same knowledge – the science of that which cannot be measured. It is a cosmic joke that the answers so desperately sought after by scientists are, in fact, buried in theology.
The crippling tethers of religion have ensured that this knowledge survives the test of time. In no other spiritual tradition this statement holds truth more than in Judaism. During 2000 years of diaspora, the Jews managed to keep the Hebrew Bible intact and unchanged. They have preserved it letter by letter, word by word, all while spread across the four corners of the earth as they spoke different languages and were infused with different cultures. They were able to do so with the help of hundreds, if not thousands, of obsessive compulsive religious laws.
This underappreciated literary treasure, as well as many other books of Hebrew wisdom such as the Zohar and the Book of Formation, hide intricate layers of yet to be deciphered scientific knowledge about the nature of the universe, the laws of the metaphysical reality and the mysterious ways with which the subconscious mind operates.
It is impossible to convey the sophistication of the Hebrew language in a short introduction such as this. Reading the Hebrew Bible or the Zohar in English is like watching The Sounds of Music with sign language. Sure, you get the story, but the magic is lost. The Hebrew letters themselves are the map. Each letter holds several symbolic, metaphoric, and numerical values; these values are indicated not only by the meaning of the letter’s name, its location in the alphabet and the laws of its usage, but also by the letter’s pictorial structure. In the Hebrew Bible, then, the 22 letters create a giant puzzle of linguistic, mathematical and symbolic references that in turn creates a sophisticated tapestry of knowledge concealed with a simple, seemingly illogical allegoric narrative. It is my belief that the Hebrew Bible will be scientifically studied for many years to come, and that it is only a matter of time until the Hebrew language will be taught in every university on the planet.
The Hebrew Bible may contain the key to the hard problem of consciousness, but it is the other, non-Hebrew traditions that concealed the various locks this ancient text was meant to decipher. Without these locks, the key cannot transcend beyond its abstract nature and be put to concrete use. Over the past ten years, I have been studying these traditions and cross referenced them with this Hebrew Wisdom. The result was astonishing. All western spiritual traditions (and one can argue even eastern ones) are difference faces of the same image and rooted in the same seed of knowledge. It is only the contextual and linguistic interpretation of these metaphors that creates the illusory sense of differentiation.
In this first paper I named “It’s About Time”, I will gradually present the findings from my work, starting with the structure and mechanism of the Conscious Mind. In it, I explain how our conscious perception of reality is created as a function of time itself. I will show that we perceive reality not with one mind, but with two – a masculine and a feminine mind. One mind creates our perception and time, and the other creates our perception of space. One mind thinks, and the other perceives reality. One creates energy, and one uses it.
These two minds not only differ in their respective mental functions, but also function entirely differently; in fact, they cannot communicate with each other directly. It is up to us, using our conscious perception, to bridge them together into mental androgyny. In the east, this unification is done by submitting the mind into silent through control of the body. In the west, this is done by intellectually studying the template of the mind, then placing it over our perception of reality like a lens. With this lens, we can study every human interaction we partake in or even simply witness.
You’ll notice that I sometimes use the term “Practical Metaphysics”. In academia, this term is an oxymoron. Metaphysics is a branch of philosophy, and as such, is never practical; to be practical, a philosophical viewpoint must transcend into the realm of scientific knowledge. In the circles of Practical metaphysicists, however, this term is redundant; once the blueprint of the mind is revealed, all metaphysics becomes practical. Hebrew Metaphysics, one of the two central pillars of Practical Metaphysics, is Morpheus’s red pill – the matrix of the mind is then revealed, and we are left in awe of its simplistic sophistication. With its digestion, metaphysics steps out of the abstract realm and becomes concrete.
That said, I am a practical metaphysicist, not a scientist; I observe mental patterns, not conduct experiments. The metaphysicist deduces, not induces. He or she does not look for proof, for proof does not exists without measurement. How can one prove the love of a parent to a child? The scientific community has spent much time and money trying to decipher the science of the human psyche, and yet no consistent chemical or biological patterns were detected in response to our emotional behavior. It seems that for every potential consistency, there are exceptions. It is only with the emergence of the pattern that the chaos disappears. Hebrew Metaphysics provides this pattern. It shows us that the measurable expression of all metaphysical phenomena is always a function of standard deviation. In other words, the structure cannot be found by observing and/or measuring the physical phenomena, but by analyzing the metaphysical pattern that governs it. The chaotic nature of the physical phenomena then patterns itself into order, always as a function of standard deviation – that is, always with a fixed range of exceptions.
Once the initial pattern is revealed, there are many scientific experiments that can validate, illuminate and enhance it. In these papers, I am merely exposing the tip of a giant iceberg. I have no doubt that while I am generally on target, I have also made inaccurate assumptions that were rooted in my own subjective approach to my research. The science of consciousness is illusive; we have only one conscious perception to access – our own. Our infinitely unique conscious perception can be equated to our infinitely unique location on the planet at any given time. It doesn’t matter what our vantage point is; even from space, there will always be a place on the planet that is hiding from our view. I dare to say that the neo-science of Practical Metaphysics ushers us into a scientific renaissance, in which we can transcend the debilitating shackles of the 300-year-old scientific method. The keen scientist will no doubt detect ample opportunities to test this theory in his or her lab. As this knowledge sinks in, a gold-rush of scientific discoveries is sure to follow.
I hereby invite you, therefore, to practice the art of resonance and test this theory for yourself, so you can explore it through your own unique, experiential viewpoint. It takes time to shed the habitual lenses through which we process reality, and some readers will have an easier time digesting this knowledge than others. At its core, the knowledge is extremely abstract, especially as presented here. In these papers I do not attempt to teach it but merely to share the core theory, and perhaps provide but a tiny demonstration of its vast implications on our way of life. It is with my first book – The Metaphysicist’s Guide to Marijuana – that readers can get a real taste of how the mind works. I chose to demonstrate this theory by first writing about marijuana because the psychoactive chemicals in the plant allow us to change our perception of time; since time is the hidden dimension of consciousness, using marijuana we can test this theory in practice for ourselves. Consciousness is a mental perception; we can only explore it by shifting it temporarily. By shifting our conscious perception and comparing it to a non-altered state, we can navigate the backstage of our mind and start grasping what takes place behind the curtains.
I invite all scientists, researchers, and passionate explorers of truth who are called to do so, to heed this call and join me in a mutual effort to further unravel the mystery of the psyche. Such collaboration will be facilitated via the Online School of Practical Metaphysics, in which we can all share our findings and work together to decipher the most complex puzzle in modern history –
The structure and mechanism of the human mind.
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