Many religions have defined the supernatural associating observable phenomena with spirits, deities, and Gods.
Astrolabe believes that there are three primary phenomena of existence which everything else is created from.
Substance, energy, and force.
These can be further defined as space, electromagnetic energy, and kinetic force.
These are also called mediums. There is a fourth pseudo-phenomenal medium which is not physical, and does not inherently result in the creation of any phenomena.
Relativity, also called measurement.
Hinduism expresses 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,” and “spiritual” energy in creatures.
Astrolabe believes that the three primary phenomena of nature, (substance, force, and energy), are spritually Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu respectively.
That these Gods are thinking, active spirits in Earthly existence and in the universe.
Cyclic nature is an Astrolabe term which describes how phenomena manifest themselves throughout composite existence.
So, because the three primary mediums are so pervasive, the spirits/Gods Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu are extraordinarily personalities which all other personalities and spirits correlate to. They are cyclic in nature
The ways which the primary universal phenomena combine into other phenomena parallels how intervals of music combine with each other.
Music is an ultimate guide to understanding creation, destruction, and preservation in the universe.
Ancient spiritual purveyor like the Zoroastrians, and the Hindus knew of the power that applying perfect geometry to a spectrum of universal phenomenal provided them.
How these natural phenomena are manifested within human psychological, social, and spiritual happenings are metaphysics.