Unification Theory: The Universe is a Fractal Organism of Spacial Energy and Temporal Information  


Eastern religions study the mind of the Universe

Western Religions study the verbal, collective mind of human societies.


Why there are so many Religions, if all in the Universe is an organism , that participates of the same laws? Shouldnt be a single religion, which expressed the laws of that Universe, which we might as well call the laws of God?

The answer is that there are many organisms, and religions do not study them all the same organism.

The answer is that men have used many jargons that divide Religions. So the jargon of "Buddhism", or Christianism, or Judaism, different names for the same organic god, from Bhrama to Tao, from Zervan, to Christ, from Allah, to Yhvh, yet all of them talk of the same concept: God is the Mind of the Universe, the Lord of Time and Change, of Reality. And so we talk of a unifying principle in all religions, the concept of God itself.

God, the mind of the Universe in western and eastern religions.


A true theory of unification has to explain clearly the meaning and relationship of the two fundamental words of Human languages, God and the Universe.

     God, and the Universe are the two great mysteries, the two great words about which man has always inquired. Now we have a biological definition of them.

Indeed, by 'The Universe' most men understand the reality we perceive through our eyes, the spatial reality. The Universe is "All what exists" in space. But we just saw such is the definition of a "body".

 By 'God' most men understand the 'intelligence' of that Universe. Which manifests itself, through the changes of form, the in-form- action, that takes place in the Universe. And that is we saw, the definition of a brain.

So it is possible to solve the meaning of God and the Universe, as the great thinkers of the verbal age, from Aristotle to Buddha thought.

Not surprisingly this is just the definition given by the greatest philosophers of mankind.



God and the Universe in religious traditions

It is possible to know God and the Universe, in organic terms? as the great thinkers of the Greek age, from Plato to Aristotle thought? I believe it is possible. However such definition is meaningless to those who believe in the Gods of western traditions. How then can we relate our organic definition of god and those of religious tradition? Easy, re-interpreting the old terms of those religions in modern scientific terms. We shall then ask ourselves what most people who believe in those religions think about God and the Universe.

Is our definition of god as the mind of a body called the Universe, what most people mean with those words? Since there are several definitions of God and the Universe, we better agree on what is the field of our inquire according to the opinion of most people...
By 'The Universe' most men understand the reality we perceive through our eyes, the spatial reality. The Universe is "All what exists".
By 'God' most men understand the 'intelligence' of that Universe. Which manifests itself, through the changes that take place in the Universe.
God is for Greek philosophers the Logos of the Universe, the laws that cause the constant change of reality. It is the Tao of Change in Chinese words. God is the Creator, and Cause of the lives and deaths [the changes] of the Universe in Western Religions.
The concept of God turns out to be similar. It is always the same idea of an intelligence that causes Changes. The Eastern man, and the scientist, think the creator is inside The Universe. Western religions think the creator is outside The Universe. But for both cultures God is the cause, the logic of change.
The expression "Laws of Change" is a synonymous of the "thoughts of God".

And so God is the brain/mind of the Universe, that expresses itself through the way it designs his body, the Universe. Through certain rules, calles the Laws of the Universe, or the Thoughts of God".
Those Thoughts of God are the subject of our inquire...
Indeed, since all those concepts of God are synonymous of change we have found the right question to inquire the nature of God: 'change'. What causes change? What are the laws of change? Can we relate the philosophical idea of change-God to a 'real' concept within the reach of human understanding? We can.
Since Change takes place in Time, we could say that God is the master of time.
The Laws of Change are the laws of Time.
If the Universe is a physical, spatial reality, God and His Laws are a temporal, logical form.
God is the brain of the Universe.

God and the Universe, Mind and body of the Universal Organism

God is the brain of the Universe. The Universe is also an organism. Reality is a macrocosmic organism made of a population of galaxies, related by networks of spatial energy that shape the Universal body, and networks of temporal Information, that shape the mind of that Universal body, called God.

"This world is a living, being composed of a mind and a body." Plato

If all what exists is an Organism, whether we diminish or increase in size, it is logic to think that the totality we perceive in this Space-Time Reality, is also an organism. And that organism is what man has called God & the Universe.

We just made in the graph an ideal representation, of those two elements of the total Reality, the body of the Total organism, or Universe proper, and the brain of that Universe, God.

We conclude that t he Universe is also an organism, that we can define with our template for all Universal Organisms:

The Universe is a population of galaxies, related by gravitational networks of temporal information, and spatial energy. Its morphology is still unknown experimentally, though we hint it will have the same morphology of any Galaxy-cell: an extended pane of space with certain height of temporal in-form-ation.
Those galaxies have a primary social formation called clusters of galaxies, which are organized around macro-galaxies, often cannibal galaxies which perhaps act as 'black holes' do, gathering 'stars', in this case galaxies, around them, through gravitational networks-forces.
How those clusters organize finally the total Universe, is unknown to man. We just made above an ideal representation, of the two elements of that total Universe, the body or Universe proper, and God, the brain of the Universe.
In that graph, the macrocosmic organism is the Universe, and its brain, is probably the region of maximum gravitational intensity (of maximum information as all brains of all Universal organisms are). That region is still not found.

Yet in the scales of Organisms, that grow from micro Universes to Macro Universes, Our Universe is perhaps just a cell that gathers with many other Universes, in macro-Realities beyond human perception.
Our Universe is in itself made of a series of 'cells', called clusters of galaxies. Those 'cells', have smaller cells called galaxies, that have smaller cells called stars.

Or in simple terms, the "Universe has a body and a brain", as Plato put it.

There is any prove of that organic nature?

   We already found the spine of our Universe, a massive flow of gravitational forces, that forms an axis from one to another extreme of that Universe. My statements regarding the existence of a black hole brain in any galaxy with a defined form, done a decade ago, have proved themselves right. So it has been proved the hypothesis of a constant social behavior in galaxies and clusters of galaxies that organize themselves in chords and walls, that seem veins and cellular structures of a gigantic organism. Again the organic analysis of stars and black holes as "gravitational animals" that perceive other stars and feed on them, is constantly proved these days by new telescopes.

Western and Eastern religions.

In that sense the organic concept of god, brain of time, of the Universal body is fairly established in philosophical tradition. Problem is that our concept of that Universal body has expanded as our perception of the Universe has grown.

In the past the Universe was very limited, to a region, nation, tribe or at best the entire planet - what people perceived around them.

So God was a smaller God, the brain of a tribe, of humanity, of the planet Earth... Hence the existence of old religions in which God and mankind, the mind of the planet Earth are equal.

. However, it is also truth that such limited concept of God has evolved as men have increased their knowledge of the Universe, the body of God. At the beginning of History the concept of reality was very much limited by the space one could see. Nobody believed that the Universe was bigger than the Earth, as stars were considered just lights pegged to the sky. So the Earth became synonimous of the Universe, specially in the Western world.

And so the question the philosophers of western religions asked, was, who was the mind of the Earth, who controlled the Earth as a society, as an ecosystem, as an organism? And since me only saw the surface of the Earth in which Man was supreme, Man was considered son of god, or god himself, as top predator of the Universe. In that sense western religions study a smaller organism, the Earth, and the languages of information and power that control the Earth.

On the other hand Eastern religions are closer to what we know today as Western science. The focus of knowledge is no longer man and the Human Earth, and how man regulates himself with ethic, verbal networks, as a herd of cells-citizens of a cultural society. Now the focus is the entire Universe including nature, life, stars, etc.

The Eastern people did a complete research of that concept, as we did in the west, with science.

In the graph, the minds and body of two Gods studied in depth by mankind, The Earth and his top predator species, man himself, and the Universe, and its mind, the "Logic of Change", the "Laws of Science". Western and Eastern religions have in fact studied for millenia, 2 different Social Organisms, they called God: The Earth in which humanity rules as Top Predator, and the Universe, in which the logic of energy and information regulates the existence and extinction of reality, the "Logic of Change", the "Laws of science", the Mind of the Universe, all of them synonimous terms:......