– by Nassim Haramein

The new physics of the future and certainly the new science will reflect the understanding that no system is isolated, that no matter what you do you cannot separate anything from anything else, and that closed systems do not exist. Everything is interdependent on everything else and the structure of self-organizing systems in our universe, such as our incredibly complex biosphere, is evidence of this interdependence. Our universe is permeated by a connective medium we call space. This medium is, in fact, the metrical structure that connects all things. An atom is 99.99999…% space.  Connecting all things, this self-organizing agent makes it possible for incredibly complex systems to organize in a relatively short amount of time. In my latest paper, The Schwarzschild Proton, we calculated how much energy or information is present in the space or vacuum fluctuation inside the proton shell and found the mass of the universe. This means that all the information of all atoms or protons is present within each one of them through the medium of the vacuum. Space defines matter and matter informs space in a continuous feedback of a unified learning universe.


Peter Gric, Space-Warp Machine, 2010, acrylic on fiberboard, 25 x 50 cm, www.gric.at

When you look at nature you see patterns everywhere. The structure of a flower, the branches of a tree, the nervous system of a human being – all of these patterns have a recursive fractal structure which implies feedback. The universe organizes relationships to obtain coherent behavior and information exchange. Recognizing patterns in nature is crucial to identifying our relationship to the universe and developing an appropriate scientific and philosophical understanding of our place within it.

You are part of an infinite scale of relationships that extends from the universal and multiversal size, all the way to the infinite density that makes up every one of your atoms. This relationship and exchange of information generates a specific topological structure we call a double torus, and can be found at all the scales including yours. The cosmos and our universe have a very specific rotational and Coriolis structure and all things interact through these structures that can be seen in the galactic double torus structure, the plasma dynamics on our sun, the weather patterns of our planet or the electron-positron structure of the atom.


Peter Gric, Passage, 2010, acrylic on fiberboard, 21 x 21 cm, www.gric.at

When you write a graph where you plot the frequencies of objects against their radius from the universal scale all the way down to the Planck’s distance billions of times smaller than the atom, the microtubule biological structures that are part of the cytoskeleton of cells such as neurons, happened to fall nicely approximately in the middle of the scale.  You are part of the information network crossing event horizons from infinitely big to infinitely small. You are part of the mechanism from which the universe learns about itself.

We are influenced by all things, and in return we influence all things. However, there are very specific scale relationships that cannot be violated. The sun has a very large influence on us, but we have a very small influence on it.  This scale relationship between things is what provides order to our universe. My research shows that in ancient civilizations and modern events, our evolution has been largely influenced by advanced civilizations that have been overseeing our growth and developments, and attempting to guide us toward higher levels of consciousness, in time for our civilization to survive and enter the larger community of our galactic neighborhood.


Peter Gric, Artefact XIII, 2014, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 200 cm, www.gric.at

By observing the cosmos and understanding its fundamental patterns, we can better understand the root of creation and the patterns that rule our existence. Nature is self-organizing because of a fundamental feedback structure at the root of creation. That system learns about itself and all that is conscious. If the cosmos is trying to communicate something, it would be to love and support each other. We are all part of the same adventure.  We are all connected.

Realizing the fundamental energetic medium embedded in the structure of space (called vacuum fluctuations at the quantum level), we understand its primary geometric dynamics. We learn to tap the source of infinite energy and societies based on scarcity and competition, are transformed into a global community that realizes the infinite amount of energy and resources available in our universe with no need to fight each other for anything.


Peter Gric, Artefact XIV, 2014, acrylic on fiberboard, 25 x 20 cm, www.gric.at

Cosmic creativity invokes the amazing creative power found in a balanced and enlightened person. Cosmic creativity is what inspired Einstein to write about the law of relativity, Tesla to invent the AC generator, and Renoir to paint “A Girl with a Watering Can.”

You are made of billions of little infinities called atoms, part of an incredible wheelwork of nature, infinitely vast. Access to this network depends on your capacity to turn your senses inwards towards the infinitely small within you, towards the singularity that connects us all. Take the time every day to come to that center and experience your infinite nature.

Nassim Haramein was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962. As early as nine years old, Nassim was already developing the basis for a unified hyperdimensional theory of matter and energy, which he called the “Holofractographic Universe.” Nassim has spent his life researching the fundamental geometry of hyperspace, studying theoretical physics, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, chemistry, anthropology and ancient civilizations. Combining this knowledge with a keen observation of the behavior of nature, he discovered a specific geometric array fundamental to creation, the basis of his Unified Field Theory.