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Real Implementation of von Neumann's Principle
and the Explanatory Power of the Seven-World Ansatz


Real Implementation of the Principle of the Psycho-Physical Parallelism at the Fundamental Level

The destruction and creation operators, RAMA and KRISHNA, of the unified field also play the role of von Neumann's III and II at a certain level of the psycho-physical reduction in the position representation already considered. The three systems, III, II, and I, are at first the omnipotence and omniscience of God, the omnipresence of God, and the transcendental noumenal character of God, respectively, as represented by the mantras: AUM SIVA SWAMINE NAMAHA, AUM GANA SWAMINE NAMAHA; AUM SARVA SWAMINE NAMAHA; and AUM PARA BRAHMANE NAMAHA. III here is in the seventh or meta-physical world, II is at the bottom of the fourth or etheric world, and I is at the root of the first or physical world.

III and II get reduced by the principle of the psycho-physical parallelism to the third or mental world and the second or emotional world, respectively, where they initially take the forms of RAMA and KRISHNA. These destruction and creation operators then transform further into the creation matrix as BRAHMA and SARASWATI/SANANDA-SANAKA, which in turn get fully reduced to the mental and causal sub-worlds of the physical world by the mantra: OM KRIYA BABAJI NAMA-RUPA KALA-DESA AUM. The OM here is the subjective monad in the mental sub-world and the AUM is the objective monad in the astral sub-world, which are harmonized by the Lord of Creation, KRIYA BABAJI NAGARAJ, in the causal sub-world.

This conclusion is an objective expression of the fact that quantum theory entails the observation of atomic individuals by macroscopic individuals. The postulate of invariant individuality at either end of the observer-observed spectrum is the complementary principle to the notion that the location of the boundary between observer and observed is otherwise variable and hence arbitrary. The meaning of the "quantum" is therefore the "individual", and quantum theory is philosophically a theory of individuality. The rejection of this quantum principle by the advocates of decoherence is premature, since it can indeed be established in an entirely self-consistent way.


Explanatory Power of the Seven-World Ansatz

Start with thoroughgoing empiricism. There are at least seven levels of our experience: physical, emotional, mental, etheric, phenomenal (which allows the objectification of both physical *and* mental, according to William James' principle of *radical* empiricism), causal, and meta-physical (which includes our psychological sense of enduring identity).

In our ordinary human experience, we share in common with others only the lowest physical level, while at the highest level of our enduring identity we are completely separate from others, as demonstrated by the fact that we have separate and non-overlapping streams of consciousness (or experience or thought).

For this reason, and this reason only, we suppose that we live in a physical world. It is entirely possible, however, that in other circumstances we might share in common with others the emotional level or the mental level, in which case we would exist in an emotional world or a mental world, respectively. Similarly, we might ultimately share in common with others our very identity and stream of consciousness, in which case we would exist in the meta-physical world of God.

Now, the paradox is that we are in the world of God already, since the meta-physical is also the classical, which is the very character of all of our experience, insofar as it belongs to "us" as the invariant element of our experience that establishes our identity. The classical order is defined by its juxtaposition of such an invariant subject with such a classical object. The classical object has the character of an object with well separated extension and thought elements.

Since "the thought is the thinker", according to William James, by which he means that the thinker is only the relatively invariant aspect of a stream of thought, it stands to reason that the enduring identity will be established in the meta-physical or classical realm because the quantum conception of matter is thought-like, even as the classical conception of matter is based on extension. To have discerned an invariant element in all thought means to have spiritualized it, and that is a definition of the classical order.

Being in the world of God objectively is a given, but that defines only classical behavior. Being in the world of God subjectively is the challenge, since that implies recognition that we are living in the quantum explicate order rather than the classical order and that we are seven world removed from the physical reality we share in common with others. This implies not only a recognition of our separation from others, and hence of our own isolation, but of our need to isolate any aspect of the physical reality that we would like to interact with meaningfully, in the mode of "observation". The reality is isolatable because of the principles of atomism and bottom-up causation, which imply that isolated individuals exist as the ultimate physical reality of anything we might wish to observe.

It is the subjective view that establishes the initial subject-object observer-observed classical-quantum separated-shared polarization of ontological reality. It is the depolarization of the separated-shared aspect of the initial polarization that leads to actually existent higher worlds. The depolarization of the other aspects leads to the so-called reduction in quantum mechanics, which is a projection of the quantum object in the quantum explicate order onto the classical object in the classical order.



Peter Joseph Mutnick 1949 - 2000


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