Now Paradox was simultaneously inside and outside of itself.
And in this conceptualization, It became two connected parallel cubes, a cubic prism, known as a tesseract, as the forth Euclidean dimension came into being (the w axis).
And in so doing, a Kinder came into being, a god of mathematics known as Sacred Geometry, called Metatron.
Thusly, the White Cube Stones became known as Metatron’s Cube.
Ah, Paradox! Infinity cannot exist. Without time, without the concept of time and perception, there is no such thing as infinity. Within time, within the concept of time and perception, infinity is finite and thus limited! Infinity is impossible! Yet it is. Take off your ring and find the beginning. Find the end. There is none. The ring is infinite. Infinity is circular, not just in form, but in concept as well. It is circular logic. Thus, the whole idea of a ray beaming towards infinity is flawed. Yes, the ray goes on forever, but only if the concept of forever doesn’t exist!
These White Cube Stones, these “infinite cubes” were Paradox, and were thusly aware of the concept of the inner walls, and the outer walls. Despite its infinity, Paradox was thus still finite.
And in these different perspectives, inside as inside, inside as outside, outside as outside, and outside as inside, in this awareness of Objectivity and Subjectivity, of Superposition and Decoherence, the Qliphoth was born.
Consequently, the Metatron’s Cube, in being both within and without, turned Itself inside out, and the interior surfaces became the exterior surfaces, again and again, swallowing itself for infinity.
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Metatron’s Cube is made by drawing 13 Spheres, arranged with geometrical precision, by dividing the center sphere equally into 6 parts, mimicking the symbol for soul, and expanding outwards through the centers of 2 rings of 6 spheres each. These Spheres represents the 12 Spheres of the Suturian Trees plus the center, Ain, Void.
Within this image one can see hexagrams, as well as the cube within a cube, the 3D representation of a tesseract.
The outside of the Outer Cube represents Archetype A.) Positive White Cube Stone of Infinite Expansion. (TOL).
The inside of the Inner Cube represents Archetype B.) Negative White Cube Stone of Infinite Contraction. (TOK).
Just as a right hand glove can be flipped inside out and now fit the left hand, via the forth dimension, the cubes of the tesseract can rotate onto their mirror-images, but “in this rotation, the interior surfaces are converted to exterior”.11
Thus, the inside of the Outer Cube represents Archetype C.)Qliphothic Positive White Cube Stone of Finite Expansion (The Positive Black Cube Stone) (QTOL)
The outside of the Inner Cube represents Archetype D.) Qliphothic Negative White Cube Stone of Finite Contraction (The Negative Black Cube Stone) (QTOK)
Ah! Subjectivity! Is the inside-out, right-hand glove now a left-hand glove, or is it simply an inside-out right-hand glove mimicking a left-hand glove? You decide!
The tesseract symbolically unfolds, within three dimensional space, into eight cubes, traditionally appearing as a four-armed cubic cross, wherein the central cube is obscured. I have adjusted the image by sliding down two of the arms to create an inverted cross, to further reflect the concept of Metatron’s Cube.
Each side represents one of the Four Suturian Rosy Crosses. The top and bottom view of the Cube Cross, that which is not colored in the following illustrations, represents the transitional states.
Each of the eight cubes are facets of the Godhead. They may be thought of as the Eight Consciousnesses: consciousness in the five senses, thought-consciousness, self-consciousness, and unconsciousness-’consciousness’ or perhaps the Ogdoad, the eight primordial deities of creation of Ancient Egyptian Mythology.
On Nuit & Hadit
Back to the idea that Hadit mimics Nuit, but is not the reflection of Nuit.
When looking into a mirror, it is the z axis, depth, that is inverted. Hadit exist on the w axis, the axis of the fourth dimension. Thus, Hadit is not the reflection of Nuit.
In normal reality, the z axis consist of two halves, which I shall call a and b. Thus, in normal reality, the z axis is a + b.
When looking into a mirror, ½ of the z axis (b) is replaced with a duplicate (inverted) of the other ½ of the z axis (a). Thus the z axis becomes a + -a.
In normal reality, the w axis consists of two halves, which I shall call c and d. Thus, in normal reality, the w axis is c + d.
Nuit is only ½ of w (c), and Hadit is the other ½ of w (d). c + d = the w axis.
So what the hell happens if there is a “mirror” that reflects w?
When looking into this mirror, ½ of the w axis (d) is replaced with a duplicate (inverted) of the other ½ of the w axis (c). Thus the w axis, rather than being c + d, becomes c + -c. Or Tree of Life + Qliphothic Tree of Life. Thus, Hadit cannot be the reflection of Nuit.
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