The Law of Correspondences
Many have a good general idea of the Law of Correspondences, but few realize the value of this principle in the discovery of truth. In fact it is so important it is one of the Keys of Knowledge and will be expanded upon in the future. Whereas most of the keys present new or lost knowledge this is a key which is widely circulated but merely needs to be understood by humanity. A correct understanding of this key by two people will lead to the union of minds and then to union of souls. A correct understanding will also lead your mind to discoveries only known to the Masters, for even they use it as they progress in knowledge and understanding.
Here is a tributary law in connection with this key.
“Any principle which is true or leads to truth will have enough correspondences to known truth that a resonation will occur with the inner self when such correspondences are contemplated.”
Let us put this Law of Correspondences to use. To discover truth never before realized by humanity. I have hinted at it in my writings, but you may have overlooked it.
Let us correspond from the microcosm to the macrocosm.
The higher correspondence to an atom is a cell. The higher to a cell is a human being. The higher to a human is a solar system. The higher to a solar system is a galaxy. The next step up is an unknown. This would be a universe of galaxies.
Using the Law of Correspondences answer these questions:
How large would the universe be?
What would be its shape?
How complex is its structure and organization?
How evolved is it within its own sphere?
Are there other universes?
Discovering the Universe
Samu stepped forward with some very intelligent answers after contemplating the Law of Correspondences.
Question: How large would the universe be?
Samu: Well, our own galaxy, which is like a cell in the universal body, has a diameter of 100.000 light years. 1 light year is 9,466,411,842,000 kilometers, and if we agree that the orbit of Pluto (5,913,520,000 km from the Sun, average) defines the diameter of our solar system, then we get the ratio 80,040,414 which tells us that the diameter of our galaxy is over 80 million times the diameter of our solar system. It’s my understanding that these ratios grow when the “cells” grow, meaning the ratio between human body and one of its cells is smaller than the one between a galaxy and its solar system, so the diameter of our universe would be way bigger than 80 million times that of our galaxy. HUGE alright.
JJ: Now the big mystery among scientists is this. The universe is expanding and they are amazed that each galaxy is moving away from every other galaxy at a uniform speed.
Question: Could this correspond to growth of a living body?
The big question among scientists is whether or not the universe will ever cease expanding or just expand forever. Using the Law of Correspondences what would the answer be?
Samu: What would be its shape?
Thinking of the shape of our solar system and home galaxy I would like to answer that it’s disc-shaped, but somehow I feel that our solar system only appears disc-shaped to the physical eye (where the disc represents the plane in which the planets revolve around the sun) and is really a sphere, if we could only see all the frequencies of energy forming it.
JJ: Good answer. None of the living bodies are circular. The human for instance is egg shaped. Keep in mind that you have to consider the shape of our aura and outer film to see our true shape. The earth is flattened at the poles. Then the solar system is more flattened still and a galaxy even more so. This would suggest that the universe is not circular, but disked shaped. But since the universe is young compared to a galaxy we would have to look at a young galaxy to get an idea as to its current shape. Thus it may look a little like a cloud coming into the shape of a disc.
Samu: How complex is its structure and organization?
Oh boy…It’s *vast* for sure!!! And complex beyond my comprehension. It’s gotta be, if you compare something from the mineral kingdom, let’s say a crystal to a human being,
and then scale this up to a full universe… wow!
JJ: An atom is very complex. How complex we do not know because we have not unlocked all of its secrets.
The next step up is a cell and we do know that it’s complexity is beyond our imagination.
As far as humans go we are much less complex. Our state of organization in cities and states is very elementary compare to the smaller lives.
As we go larger the complexity is less. A galaxy – the closest unit to the universe is quite simple. The stars circle around a center forming elementary relationships with each other.
This would mean that the organization between the galaxies in the universe is more elementary still. Astronomers have attempted to map sections of the universe and have found evidence of this. They have found elementary associations of groups of galaxies.
Question: What does this tell you about the association of one universe with another?
Why is it that we are not a pimple on someone’s giant nose as some think?
Samu: How evolved is it within its own sphere?
I’d say in its adolescence… Well maybe more like in its infancy, because I think man is only entering adulthood, hah! 🙂
JJ: Good answer when looking at man in relation to this planet, but in relation to the universe he is just a kid playing around. All indications are that the universe itself is a babe.
Samu: Are there other universes?
Sure there are. Countless of them. The mind of God is unlimited, and His creations are infinite, and eternal in their development.
JJ: The Law of Correspondences does suggest there would be other universes. Now everyone says that the number of creations are infinite, but because everyone believes this does not make it true.
Does the Law of Correspondences suggest that there is a certain number to all things including the worlds within the universe of universes? Could that number be the true number for pi?
Feb 22, 2000
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