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The Projection Principle

Holographic Summary

Reality can be summed up in two words: Quantum Hologram. So what then is the hologram component of the equation? Let’s see…

Hologram is “a three-dimensional image reproduced from a pattern of interference” (click here for images and more info). What this means to you is that the quanta expresses itself in a 3 dimensional manner through an energetic interference pattern (much like waves of energy colliding) which your brain interprets. In other words, the hologram is what binds the swirling quanta together and presents it in the manner in which you are familiar – the world as you “see” it. Add to that the 4th dimension projection of space and time and we then have movement in our holographic experience.

Your brain (also a hologram, as is everything within the master hologram) deciphers, processes and interprets what it is experiencing. What it experiences is a grand hologram in a perpetual state of motion; nothing rests, ever. It is actually more like Holomovement, an ever changing mass hologram.

The mind exists within and outside the Superhologram; it overlaps two worlds. It is the element (the mind) that integrates the infinite source (“up” and through quanta) with the finite (but expanding) 4th dimension Superhologram. The mind is the conduit between your experience and source energy; it allows us to draw from that source and push out the edges of this reality; without it the Superhologram would cease to expand – nothing “more” would be possible.

There are many “mysteries” and “phenomenon” that can be explained with the Holographic model. They come into sharp focus when you understand the model in general and further understand the subtle, yet profound implications of the Holographic reality. So, let’s start with a boom…

The Most Powerful Principle of the Hologram

It is the Principle of Projection; things appearing where they are not. We know now what is being projected; it is the world around you, in every detail. The question then becomes, what is projecting it, or more specifically, from where is it being projected?

If you were to take a piece of holographic film containing the image of, say an elephant, and cut it in two and then illuminate the pieces with a laser you find that each half would contain the whole image of the elephant. Divide them again, and again, and again, and then as many more times as you like, and then illuminate any or all of the pieces with a laser and you’ll find… every piece contains the entire image. What this tells us is that every piece of a hologram, no matter how small, contains the information of the whole. (Side Bar: The common hologram you can find at a magic store or corner store is not a true hologram; cut that into pieces and you get what you’d get if you cut a simple picture into pieces. A true hologram that was born of lasers and utilizes lasers to project itself, is necessary to perform this experiment.)

So, drag that thought into the model of your holographic brain and you are left with two questions 1) Is there actually anything “out there” 2) From where is the hologram projected?

The answer to the first question is, Yes and No. Refer back to the question of quanta; is it wave or particle, physical or non-physical? The answer, as we know, is Yes and Yes. It is both wave and particle, physical and non-physical. So too is the hologram, it is both within and without; it is “in here” and “out there”; the features or functions being somewhat different. What we have then is a matter of perception and interpretation through observation. In this conversation, as well as many others, we must separate what we “see” from what is actually there. The visible spectrum of light is microscopic in comparison to the entire spectrum of light. We know that the other types of light exist, but we cannot “see” them. So too is the reality of the brain’s interpretation of the hologram; there is much that it does not perceive. However, we can, over time and with practice, begin to heal that gap and bring more of the holographic reality into our experience.

The answer to question number two is, at the moment, from Quanta. Why only at the moment? Because we have not discovered, measured and quantified anything beyond (or lower, closer to “source”) than Quanta. So, in this moment we attribute holographic projection to Quanta. However, if there is another level of energy, closer to source (which there most likely is) then this energy is projecting our holographic experience through quanta and up into what we “see”.

The most profound implication of the Holographic model is that, in theory, not only the blueprint, but all the information, of the entire universe, exists within the tiniest particle and the most minute entity of energy; similiar, in some sense, to DNA as it affects biology. This tiny particle and minute energy, by itself, is capable of (re)creating and illuminating, through projection, every last bit of the universe. Now, that’s power; the power of projection by source energy.

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