Monday, August 23, 2010

Lattice Interactions, Part II



Physics is about particles, their properties and their interactions. Everything else (distance, space, time, etc.) is either abstract or voodoo. In order for two particles to interact, they must have at least one property in common. In this post, I explain the meaning of the symbolic properties described in the ancient texts in greater detail and I examine the dubious concept of spin angular momentum. Please read Part I before continuing.

Cherubim, Seraphim and Their Strange Properties

About two and a half thousands years ago, an Israelite priest named Ezekiel described a vision in which he saw four cherubim (living creatures) each having a body, four faces, four wings, feet and hands. Ezekiel also wrote that he saw what appeared to be gigantic wheels next to the living creatures and that they had the appearance of wheels within wheels. Many have speculated that Ezekiel may have been observing extraterrestrials and their flying saucers. However, it does not take a genius to realize that Ezekiel's vision is purely symbolic. My current understanding is that Ezekiel's creatures and wheels were metaphors for an idealized or special type of composite particle and its properties. Elsewhere in the same book, Ezekiel describes another type of cherubim having only two faces. So obviously, just as there are several types of seraphim with their properties, there are also several types of cherubim with their own sets of properties.

The books of Isaiah and Revelation use symbols such as wings, faces, eyes and feet in connection with seraphim. Ezekiel's cherubim have additional properties such as bodies and hands. What follows below is a quick rundown of the symbols that I have decoded so far and what I think they represent.  (Please note that I am just a researcher and that I don't have a complete understanding of all the metaphors. One of my goals is to create a research institute whose purpose is to fully unravel all these mysteries. That will take money, but that's another topic.)
  • Sea of Glass. Both Ezekiel and the book of Revelation mention an immense crystal-like sea of glass. This is what I refer to as the lattice proper. Its primary function is to provide the energy needed to sustain motion. There can be no motion without the lattice because particles move in the lattice only by interacting with the seraphim. In turn, the interactions give rise to electric and magnetic phenomena.
  • Throne. Apparently, there is some sort of authority or central principle, if you will, that gives meaning to all properties and determines how they interact.
  • Seraphim. These are the energetic particles that comprise the lattice. There are four types of seraphim, each of which is associated with one of the four dimensions. Seraphim are originally at absolute rest. However, once dislodged via an interaction with another particle, they immediately begin to move at the speed of light by interacting with other seraphim. My current understanding is that one type of seraphim is associated with electric interactions and the other three with magnetic interactions.
  • Face. The face is the particle's orientation with respect to the four dimensions. A particle can have up to four faces, one for each dimension. A seraph only has a single face. Furthermore, a face can have either of two orientations, forward or backward.
  • Wing. The wing is one of four possible types of energy that a particle can have, the others being the body, the feet and the hands (see below). It is similar to what physicists call kinetic energy. Every particle must have wings in order to move in the lattice. Every wing is associated with one of the four dimensions and can be either positive or negative. Therefore, a non-composite particle can have up to eight wings.
  • Body. This is what physicists normally refer to as matter or mass but, in reality, it's just another form of energy. What is important to note here is that energy can be transfered from the body into the wings and vice versa. That's assuming, of course, that the particle has a body in the first place.
  • Feet. This property is apparently used to force all matter particles to move in the fourth dimension at the speed of light. This property is essential to my gravity hypothesis.
  • Hands. Hands are associated with grabbing behavior. It seems that composite matter particles need some mechanism to keep them from moving apart. This is probably related to what physicists refer to as the strong nuclear force.
  • Eyes. Eyes are normally associated with sensing at a distance. Having many eyes is a way of saying that one has the ability to sense what's going on around oneself without actually being there. I liken it to what quantum physicists call nonlocality.
  • Wheels. My current understanding of the wheel is that it represents the sphere of energetic influence that every particle seem to have on every other particle. This is not unlike what physicists call the wave function of a particle. Note that I am still debating in my mind the full meaning of Ezekiel's wheels. I will have more to say about them in a future article. And no, they are not flying saucers or chariots of the gods or alien spacecrafts or what not.
They Turned Not as They Moved

One of the things about particle physics that has always bothered me is the concept of quantum angular momentum otherwise known as the spin of a particle. It's obviously a bogus idea since a sizeless point particle cannot possibly have an angular momentum. Besides, angular momentum assumes the existence of continuity, a bogus concept. So I was immediately struck with a sense of excitement and joy when I read that Ezekiel's allegorical creatures moved straight forward and turned not as they moved. That's when I became totally convinced that I was onto something. One of the questions that I have asked myself is, which of the properties of cherubim and seraphim correspond to what physicists call spin and charge? Based on the known behavior of normal matter particles, it is not too hard to deduce which properties they have in common with lattice particles and which correspond to the ancient scriptural metaphors I listed above. This will the subject of my next post in this series when I discuss the electron, its charge polarity and its magnetic spin.


Sean said...


I'm still unclear as to your definition of the word dimension. From what I read here, othogonality is not a criteria since that would only lead to three dimensions, yes? And obviously you're not in the "time is the fourth dimension" camp. So what exactly does it mean for there to be four dimensions in laymens' terms?

Joshua said...

Thanks for getting back to the new physics material. Very interesting stuff!

Louis Savain said...


Thanks for writing. A dimension is an abstract concept that represents a degree of freedom. In a one-dimensional universe, a particle's positional property would be a single coordinate variable. In our four-dimensional universe, every particle has four coordinate variables. That's it. There is nothing more to dimensions, really.

Let me add that dimensions do not exist physically as physicists seem to believe and they have absolutely nothing to do with space since it is easy to prove that space does not exist. Moreover, dimensions certainly cannot be 'compactified' into tiny invisible balls as our crackpot string theorists would have us believe. How does one 'compactify' a degree of freedom?

Note that dimensions should not be discussed in terms of geometric orthogonality because the latter is usually applicable only to our familiar 3-D space. We cannot trust our senses when thinking about dimensions they are limited to three dimensions.

Finally, not that since it is not directly experienced, a little faith is required when we speak of the fourth dimension.

Louis Savain said...


The last paragraph above should have been:

Finally, note that since it is not directly experienced, a little faith is required when we speak of the fourth dimension.

Anonymous said...

The idea of encoding information in a metaphorical text is very interesting. Seems like this approach would be robust to noise, e.g. translation into different languages, transcription errors, etc. It's also a good way to hide information in plain sight. All that is required for decoding is a good ability for abstraction and a little imagination.

Louis Savain said...

Bill: The idea of encoding information in a metaphorical text is very interesting.

Yes indeed. It seems that symbolic encoding was commonly practiced by various ancient civilizations such as the Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and even the Mayan civilization. Isaac Newton once wrote that almost all ancient myths had occult (hidden) meaning.

Apart from hiding information in plain sight (modern scientists, especially the atheists among them, would never suspect that Ezekiel's book could contain scientific knowledge), it also makes for an effective learning system. Once you understand the metaphors, you also understand the principles that govern the subject matter.

And come to think of it, the information was hidden from religious organizations as well. They have absolutely no clue as to the true meaning of cherubim, seraphim and the sea of glass. How ironic. There is a message there as well, I'm sure of it.