Many religions have defined the supernatural and associated observable phenomena with spirits, deities, and Gods.
They attempted to model the “balance” of the universe, which refers to specific phenomena that are the epitome of everything.
It’s important to define nature in the most accurate terms, then logistically expound on possibility by modeling and quantifying all variables.
The universe of possibility is simple, rather than complex
Astrolabe believes that there are three epitome, phenomena of existence.
The universe completely consists of substance, energy, and force.
These three phenomena combine in different sequences, at different capacities of magnitude, and relatively different variations of themselves. (Such as temperature, quantity, density, space, etc.)
Since everything in the universe can be categorized within the spectrum of these three things, logisticians can categorize all phenomena under this optimal plane of everything.
This article elaborates on logical identities of the Gods/deities, using parallel fields of study to evaluate their “balance” as perfectly congruent, 3-D shapes.
Hinduism expresses vital understandings about the balance of nature, maintaining that three Gods are responsible for the phenomena of everything: Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu.
These Gods, traditionally represent ideas of preservation, destruction, and creation; specifically in regards to the life of “spirits.”
Astrolabe believes that the spiritual dynamics of Hinduism has been developed around patterns of equivalent tendencies that occur in nature, like many other religions/spiritualities.
If the three primary phenomena of nature, (substance, force, and energy), are Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu respectively.
The three main Gods in Hindu are surrounded by a pantheon that works in cycle of spiritual interaction.
Many of the Gods’/deities’ roles hae to do with spirits.
Creation, destruction, and preservation are duties that all three Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu are responsible for together instead of respectively.
In other words the concepts of creation, destruction, and preservation are in between facets of their epitome roles.
For example: Vishnu and Brahma together are responsible for human/spiritual “preservation”.
In purely physical interpretation, Brahma is preservation, and Vishnu is creation.
This is because organismal sentience is a cyclic representative of higher spiritual life.
Cyclic nature, or Bounce-back theory, describes how particularly significant combinations that occur in fundamental situations, wiil also occurs later down additive line, at greater magnitudes.
Models of logistics for music and color work in the same ways.
Music is especiall perfect for providing a manual enough “language” to model how “harmony”, or balance, occurs in the universe.
If the laws of the universe occur from how these essential phenomena harmonize and disturb eachother, then music is an ultimate guide to understanding creation, destruction, and preservation in the universe.
Indian spiritual purveyors might have utilized an eternally “sacred” logistical model, that assigns intervals a 3-D spectrum.
Above the optimal plane of existence is the ultimate plane. In the ultimate plane of existence, there’s one true phenomenon, existence.
Absence is a quasi-phenomena that is mainly relevant at this plane of existence.
The ultimate plane of existence is the end all-be-all of categorizing existence simply. The presence of stuff is most simply measured by relative differences, like the ones listed before.
This manifests itself in people with consumption dispositions; “being an electron,” or “acting like a black hole”.
The quasi-phenomena most relevant in the optimal plane is relativity. It includes the concept of space in perception of distance.
Relativity is important at this plane because this is when reality has discernable depth.
The ultimate plane is binary, and has a lot of metaphysical capability. It is a logistical process on its own, and leaves a lot of variables to be decided down the road, due to unspecificity.
How these natural phenomena are manifested within human psychological, social, and spiritual happenings are what Astrolabe defines as “metaphysics.”
Metaphysics and the Spirituality of Christianity:
Finding deeper meaning in the balance of existence, allows people to understand their own emotions, and tendencies, and compartmentalize their ideas of self.
Christianity was birthed later than many theologies that started cracking the code.
Astrolabe believes that the purpose behind Christianity was to re-mystify the sacred logistics of other religions.
The correlations of spiritual experience, with factors nature, and personalities occurs later in life, when people mature.
Christianity might have been developed to explain a different layer of the spiritual puzzle than previous religions/spiritualities.
Grieving, and especially facing trauma, gives people opportunities to overcome and simplify their outlook
Sufferers usually simplify their psyche with knowledge, and fact, allowing people to open their mental encyclopedia and enhanced their reachable empathy.
Christianity provides followers help through circumstance, and allows them to transcend, regardless of accessible fact.
Zoroatrian beliefs are predominately pre-Judeo-Christian (Old Testament [Jewish]) “Mediterranean” simplifications from the broader predecessors of tangible Egypt, Greece, and India.
Using the Zoroastrian “Tree of Life”, those whom feel supernatural interactions in their face or head can understand where in the spectrum of brain chemistry their apparitions “resonate” with.
Relevant reading: “Prelude to Science”