Month: May 2016

The Three Faces of Initiation (3)

The terms, ‘horizontal’ and ‘vertical’ initiation, are utilized so to coincide with our common life experiences and subsequent cognitive concepts arising from twenty-four hour immersions within geometrical space and successive time (temporality). More compelling is the psychological sequellae of our common experience of the earth’s … Continue reading The Three Faces of Initiation (3)

Creation and It’s Energies (26)

The simplest theory of the attractive nuclear force was proposed by Yukawa in 1935, using an analogy with electromagnetic theory (a more exact, modern analogy is found by comparing quantum electrodynamics with quantum chromodynamics). Yukawa suggested that nucleons interact with each other by emitting and … Continue reading Creation and It’s Energies (26)