Introduction

What is the “Holomorphic Process” and why is it important?

Updated 3/18/2021

Introduction

Something amazing is happening to the human species that cannot yet be explained in terms of science. It involves a transformation of consciousness; and that is a subject that, until recently, was a forbidden topic in scientific circles. But in the second half of the 20th century, people who were having “mystical” experiences started demanding that scientists get serious about figuring out what is going on. So far, a lot of physicists have attempted to use quantum physics to explain how consciousness plays a role in forming the physical universe, but they seem to fall back on the old meaningless concept that everything started in the beginning with a bang. In my humble opinion, if we really want to get serious about science, we need engineers who understand systems and processes to get involved.

My solution is a process that I decided to call the Holomorphic Process for reasons that I will explain below. It was planted as a seed in my mind nearly 30 years ago and I’ve had to participate in it (the process) in order for it to produce meaningful results, like fruit in my mind. I am a retired doctor of nuclear engineering (Ph.D.) who specialized in Medical Physics and I have been studying “what’s going on” in my own life. I already had a dual BS in physics and electrical engineering when I started this project and I got an MS in physics to better understand quantum mechanics and relativity. The purpose of this website is to provide a platform for me to share the fruit of my life by presenting the model. It’s a model that works. It works at the most fundamental level as a model for interpreting the meaning of spacetime as I explain in my post, A Geometric Model Based on Frequency That Reveals the Nature of Time. As a spatiotemporal process, spacetime is simply a word for the abstract concept of energy that separates into an explicit pair of concepts that we use as orthogonal dimensions (one is what we call space and the other time). More importantly, it works to help us understand, not only “what’s going on” with those “mystical experiences” but also what it means and how we can use it to improve ourselves and our society.

The Underground

Legend has it that practically everyone has at least one spontaneous out-of-body experience in their lives. They usually happen early in life, when a person is five or six years old. If the experience is pleasant, they are just enjoyed and kept as a fond memory. And if not, a child might run to his or her parents who, because they don’t understand what’s happened, will usually tell them that it was just a dream and then convince them that dreams are not real. But when they happen later in life, as they did in the 1950s to Robert Monroe, they are not so easily dismissed. On the other hand, because they are still misunderstood, most adults ignore or hide their experiences, and may try to suppress them. Monroe is one of a very few courageous people in that century who believed in himself enough to trust that what he had experienced was real and was wise enough to recognize that it was evidence of an extremely important phenomenon that science failed to explain.

He studied it and found that there was an “underground” in the United States; a fairly large number of people who quietly and often secretly report to each other and try to come up with theories that might explain this “consciousness thing”. At that time, the underground was highly disorganized. So he published his book, Journeys out of the body in 1971 (Monroe 1971) and established The Monroe Institute, dedicated to scientific research of consciousness. As a result, thousands of other serious scientists have experienced “altered states of consciousness” and have made great progress toward developing scientifically acceptable models that they use to better understand this non-physical phenomenon.

What used to be “the underground” was a seed that germinated and these days, there are quite a few professional, scientific organizations conducting serious investigations of consciousness right out in the open (Here’s a list of a few organizations posted by Eben Alexander, MD that represent the groups most capable of addressing the deep challenges of understanding consciousness.). There is even an Institute of Noetic Sciences and an Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC) “a professional membership organization that aims to encourage research on consciousness in cognitive science, neuroscience, philosophy, and other relevant disciplines in the sciences and humanities, directed toward understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of consciousness.” According to Morten Overgaard of the Cognitive Neuroscience Research Unit, in a 2017 article, “Consciousness remains one of the biggest scientific challenges among all disciplines as the most fundamental questions are not simply unanswered—it is still highly unclear how one should even begin to answer them.” (Overgaard 2017) That’s the challenge I accepted long ago and since I think like and express myself like an engineer, I suspect that engineers will be my target audience for presenting my model.

Where to begin

The holomorphic process model was discovered by using reverse-engineering: breaking things down to their most fundamental level. Some would call that reductionism, and that is what it is, but rather than assuming that physical reality is fundamental and reducing “things” to fundamental particles, reverse-engineering looks at things in terms of spatiotemporal processes. Most of the models being used to understand consciousness are based on quantum physics. But the problem is that nobody really understood quantum physics. To most people, quantum physics is as weird and mysterious as consciousness. However, in 1980, physicist David Bohm introduced the idea that reality is a self-organizing complementary system that includes what he calls the explicit order (a new name* for explicit physical characteristics, such as mass and charge) and an implicit order (a new name* for non-physical phenomena that are implied by the existence of and interactions with the explicit order). (Bohm 1980) He collaborated with philosophers, neuroscientists and psychologists and proposed a holographic model of consciousness. That model was used to propose that the entire universe was a like a hologram.

* My personal interpretation of these words, based on my research.

Have you heard the theory that the universe is a hologram? Does it make sense to you? It made sense to me the first time I heard it, perhaps because I already understood the science of holography, and because I had experienced a brief but profound “peak experience” (an out-of-body experience without all the fun travel) that prompted me to search for a scientific understanding of my own consciousness. But as an objective scientist and practical engineer, I immediately questioned it. I understood the mechanics of holographic imagery and the problem was, there was no explanation of how the process could be accomplished in the same reality that the holographic universe supposedly modeled.

Finding answers to my questions has been a lifelong project. I will discuss some of my questions below along with the answers I found. Many of the answers were found in the literature, and I’ve tried to go back and find the references, but I’m sure I’ve missed a few. I will try to update them in the future. I got some of the answers from personal conversations with people, usually because they asked very good questions and some of the answers I intuited. When I say I intuited them, I means that I would visualize my rudimentary geometric model in my mind and challenge it and it would seem to move and reform as the pieces fell in place. That is still happening every day, since I think about this almost constantly and continue to read and learn about what other people experience and write.

  • In fact, I’ve written a book entitled Holomorphosis and the Hologenetic Universe, which I am almost ready to publish. But the problem with publishing a book is that once published, it is static. And my knowledge and perspective is constantly growing. On the other hand, a “hard copy” of some sort is necessary for anyone, including myself, who wants to quote or refer to something I’ve said. It provides a physical record of accountability. Hopefully, what I write is correct, but it’s ok to be wrong. New editions can be written to correct mistakes, misunderstandings and new perspectives. I think that there is enough information in the book to provide the reader with a good foundation and understanding of how I see things, based on nearly 30 years of living and studying my own mind and the world around me. In fact, I am starting to write another book specifically written for engineers, called Holomorphic Engineering.

If you would like a free PDF copy of the current version of Holomorphosis and the Hologenetic Universe, all you have to do is express your interest and opinion about the information presented in these pages by making a comment in the LEAVE A REPLY block below. All I ask from you is that you read the book when you get it, follow this website and read my posts, which are not yet included in the book, and give me feedback so I can reflect, learn and possibly make changes to the next edition of the book, where I will try to give you credit for your input. That way, the book will grow in harmony with the holomorphic process.

The Holomorphic Process

Before I discuss the questions and answers regarding the holographic universe, I want to introduce the process I discovered before I heard about Bohm’s holomovement or holographic principle. One thing we do know from quantum physics is that everything is vibration: E=hf, where E stands for energy, h is Planck’s constant and f is the frequency of vibration. The holomorphic process is a way of expressing vibration as a continuous process; it models frequency as a cycle of projections and reflections. It then identifies a starting reference point just before the projection, called separation and an endpoint called reunification. So the complete model is simply

1) separation,

2) projection,

3) reflection and

4) reunification.

The reason it is broken down like this is because it can be applied to both inanimate objects and living organisms. The reunification serves to model a metamorphosis, whether it is a transformation of energy into matter (in quantum physics they call that the collapse of the wave function) or matter into consciousness (an awakening). I first discovered the basic process in the work of mythologist Joseph Campbell who called it the “mono-myth”, presented as three steps: separation, initiation and return, in “the hero’s journey” – the journey toward enlightenment. At the time, I had been working with vectors and phasors (graphical and mathematical tools we use in physics and engineering) and had broken down a single cycle into four phases. I simply split Campbell’s “initiation” phase into projection and reflection because as a four-step process, it fit the early version of my model. Then when I learned about the holographic model, it matched a cyclic model, which I explain next, that represents what happens to the laser lights used to produce a hologram. You can find this procedure online, but I reference my textbook from Cambridge Studies in Modern Optics: Optical Holography, Principles, techniques, and applications. (Hariharan 1996) and Holography Handbook, Making Holograms the Easy Way (Unterseher and Jeannene Hansen 1996)

To make a hologram, you start with a single laser (called a reference beam). This beam can be shined directly at the object of interest and at a mirror on the far side of the object, angled to reflect the light (so it’s still the reference beam) directly toward the recording film. Or the reference laser can be split into two beams using a semi-reflective mirror. In either case, you effectively split one beam into two beams with the exact same frequency and phase. The “object beam” hits the film after reflecting off of the object and “mixes” with the reference beam from the mirror. The “mixing” is actually what happens to the might-sensitive emulsion, e.g. silver halide, which changes in a way that records the frequency and phase differences between the two beams.

So reverse-engineering this process, using the terms in the holomorphic process, starting with separation, the original beam is separated from its source and projected toward a semi-reflective mirror where it is partially reflected but also separated into two coherent beams. (Note that the beam experienced separation twice but did not yet complete reunification. This introduces an important “twist” in the middle of the process that will result in nested levels or recursive relationships in the description of interference patterns.) One of these two coherent beams is reflected off of the mirror (effectively separated from its “new source” and re-projected) directly to the object being imaged and the other is transmitted (also effectively separated from the “new source” and re-projected) through the mirror. The transmitted beam travels to another mirror and is then reflected (separated and re-projected by yet another “new source” adding another “twist”) toward the photographic plate or “film”. The beam that hits the object effectively separates into a bazillion individual source units (in accordance with the Huygens–Fresnel principle) that project their beams outward. The result of all this is a convoluted mess of individual beams shining all over the film.

  • A similar concept of beam modeling is used in radiation oncology (called Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy or IMRT) where these are called “pencil beams”. But in holography, we ignore the differences in these and refer to the whole as the “object beam”. In the holomorphic process model, these are the differences that make a difference.

The film can be placed anywhere as long as it is exposed uniformly by both the reference beam and the object beam. At the film, the two beams, which were identical at the source, are still identical in frequency but separated in phase. This separation makes use of another dimension (phase, as opposed to frequency or amplitude) that can be considered as being implied when the original beam was separated, simply because there was a potential for a phase shift. In terms of Bohm’s holomovement, the original beam could be thought of as a single beam, explicit in space and time but an infinite number of beams having zero phase shift in the implicate order of phase space. But the “new dimension” becomes explicit at the film where and when the phase shifts are recorded. That is also where the first level of reunification happens and the silver halide crystals morphs into a bazillion unique shapes, orientations or forms; the result is called holomorphosis. These crystals form microscopic patterns called “fringes”. In effect, the fringes are “new versions” of the original wave pattern, modulated by the information of the object and trapped in the film as new micro-characteristics of the film – an information-modulated wave pattern that has one characteristic (frequency) the same as the original reference beam, but also a new characteristic (phase shift) that was produced by the “twist” that introduced nested levels.

Since the wave pattern is now in a different state with nested characteristics it can be considered a metamorphosis of the original source. A quantum physicist might relate this to a collapse of the quantum wave function into seemingly physical things called quantum particles, but as an engineer, I prefer to think of the beams as vectors and the fringe patterns as seemingly motionless waves, which can be represented as phasors. Every one of these seemingly motionless beams are new versions of the original beam, each having its own set of characteristics (same frequency but slightly different information recorded as phase shifts) and each one is “ready” to start its own holomorphic cycle (separation and projection). But they are trapped in a physical body (stored in the film as interference-pattern memory bits) at the point of potential reflection. I emphasize potential because it is important to note that it is stuck in the middle of the holomorphic process at the physical level. I hope you can see where I’m going with this in terms of consciousness.

This effectively delays the second level of holomorphosis until a new laser, called the reconstruction beam, with the exact same frequency as the original laser is projected and reflected off of the film. From the perspective of the reconstruction beam, it will separate from its source, project toward, reflect off of the film and experience reunification, morphing into the holographic image. But from the perspective of the film, the reconstruction beam will convolve with and be modulated by the different characteristics and the bazillion “new sources” will see their own reflection seem to “magically appear” at some distance away form their home “flatland”. They didn’t project their bodies, but they projected their “characteristics” as individual “pencil beams” mathematically convolved with the reconstruction beam. Reunification with the reconstruction beam forms an image that is simultaneously a projection and a reflection: a holomorphic projection (projected into three-dimensional space) and its shape is a reflection (having the same form) of the original object. Because it is a reflection of the truth, it is the exact same “thing” as the original object, shifted in space and time.

Notice that the words projection and reflection were first used in this description to imply an action, and now they refer to an object (the holomorphic projection) and its characteristics (a reflection of the original). When an observer sees the projection, he will see it as both a projection and reflection of the object. And if the object was a conscious being, and the projection was a motion-picture hologram, it might call this “thing” its spirit, astral projection or second body. That, in a nutshell (because like a nut, it is a unit of energy that contains a seed that can grow into a conscious organism) is “Holomorphosis”. However, what I just described is the holographic model, which uses a separate film and light source. It is not a complete description of the holomorphic model. For that, I need to explain how the object, film and light source are one integral unit – a moving-object holomorph. But first, a little background about holomorphosis.

Holomorphosis

If you look up the word “holomorphosis” here, you will find

Noun: In biology, the perfect replacement or regeneration of a lost part, as contrasted with meromorphosis [the incomplete replacement of a lost part].

The root words in holomorphosis are holo- meaning whole and metamorphosis. The Oxford dictionary defines metamorphosis as

Noun: the process of transformation from an immature form to an adult form in two or more distinct stages. Also, a change of the form or nature of a thing or person into a completely different one, by natural or supernatural means.

One of the goals of this project is to redefine holomorphosis so that it applies to the mind-body system by combining these two definitions as follows: 

Holomorphosis: The whole transformation, both physical and mental, of a living being, from an immature form to a more mature form, after completion of two or more distinct stages.

Although the word is considered to be noun, which we normally think of as a person, place or thing, the fact that it is a transformation implies that it is a process, which is a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end. And in order to understand the person, place or thing, we must first understand the process. That is another one of the goals of this website: to present proof of concept, that all things in the universe, from strings, membranes and quantum particles used as models in subatomic physics and cosmology, all the way up to the formation of galaxies, as well as the non-physical aspects of consciousness (mind and spirit) are products of the same process. In essence, all physical matter is the seemingly static and dynamic “film” in the holomorphic process. Information is “trapped” in the form of information bits (nested in the form of subatomic particles, atoms, molecules, and compounds) giving matter its many different characteristics.

  • You can compare and contrast the holomorphic process model to the quantum computer simulation, which is now being called “digital physics”. That idea was proposed in the mid 1950s and published by Edwin Jaynes (Jaynes 1957). It was explained in terms physics by physicist John Wheeler who coined the catchy phrase, “It from bit”. Then it was used as the basis for Tom Campbell’s Theory of Everything, which he called “My Big TOE”. (T. Campbell 2003)This digital approach models reality as a collection of quantum bits – Planck-sized voxels in space – that repeatedly appear, disappear and reappear to form the appearance of continuous motion. That model works within limits, and in my post, – A Geometric Model Based on Frequency That Reveals the Nature of Time, I show how undifferentiated energy transforms into Planck-sized voxels in proportion to the Golden Ratio.
  • But the digital model has its limitations. I discuss these limitations in my post, Holomorphic Energy Approach to Reality Theory (My Big HEART). I compare and contrast my approach to Campbell’s TOE and discuss how and why his approach fails as a true theory of everything. Campbell himself made that clear in Book 1 of his trilogy, so I don’t feel bad about pointing it out. In his words, “this seemingly infinite Absolute Unbounded Oneness (AUO) is not infinite. Nor is it absolute, unbounded, or a oneness – but only appears to be an infinite absolute unbounded oneness from a limited point of view within PMR (Physical Matter Reality)” And by doing so, he traps himself into a corner by asking the obvious (correct) question that his theory raises, “Where did AUO come from?” Then he says, “I truly do not know… AUO’s origins lie beyond the logical reach of our understanding.” A true theory of everything must be a theory that accounts for EVERYTHING. Nothing can be brushed under the rug as being beyond the logical reach of our understanding. That is the same as saying “God made it that way.” Incidentally, that is also the problem with the Big Bang Theory. But I won’t get into that here.

The Holographic Background

If you have spent much time contemplating the mysteries of the universe, you probably recognize many common underlying patterns in reality. There are so many ways to express these patterns that trying to wrap your brain around them will blow your mind if they don’t all come together to form a complete picture. Some of the forms of expression work well even when they are extended to other areas of reality, but many of them fall apart (ergo blow your mind) because the underlying assumptions upon which they are based limit their application. The idea of a holographic universe (or holomovement) as proposed by David Bohm has been applied by many others, including psychologist Stanislov Grof (Grof 1993) and was discussed by Michael Talbot (Talbot 1991) in his book The Holographic Universe. It is the best model that I have found to express the patterns of reality in scientific terms. It has been supported by science (Suskind 1995), (t Hooft 2000), (Bekenstein 2007), (Sutter 2018), (Baker, Haramein and Alirol 2019), (Haramein and Val Baker 2019) and is gained ground with observational tests of holographic cosmology (Afshordi, et al. 2017). And it is more fundamental than the digital model because it can describe the process by which digital voxels appear, disappear and reappear to create what we perceive as either static or dynamic motion. To me, this is a pretty exciting concept because the old saying, “I am a spiritual being having a human experience” makes a lot of sense, even from a scientific perspective, if the human body is actually a holographic projection.

The “holographic principle” was inspired by String Theory and black hole thermodynamics. Some people interpret it by direct analogy with the process commonly used to make holographic projections in a lab. The problem with that is it suggests that there is some sort of holographic recording somewhere out there in space. Physicists Leonard Suskind discussed that it might either be on the surface of a gigantic black hole or the outer surface of the universe. (Suskind 1995) But if that were the case, how did it get there and how does it get projected? Notice that I did not pose the question as “Who or what projected it?” because that assumes there is a “who” or “what” that is out there beyond the projection. And most of the current theories, including the Big Bang Theory and Tom Campbell’s Big TOE, still require some preexisting condition (all of the “bits” of energy in the universe in a single packet) or outside influence (some sort of computer system that had to be booted up at some “beginning” point in time).

If the universe is a continuous process, then it is infinite (i.e. non-finite), modeled as a circle that can be artistically (i.e. artificially) assigned a reference “starting point” and artistically broken down into stages so we can understand it. (Just so you know, I say “artistically” to seed the idea that this is the art of science. Before we can morph into scientists or engineers, we first have to be artists so that we can draw relational diagrams that reflect truth). Using the process of making a holographic projection, the first steps are all about separation and projection. And the fragmented material parts of the universe are physical records, just like the holographic film. As part of the process, we are the “film” that has already been enlightened by the reference light of Truth. So we can look back from here – the point of reflection, referring to “now” and reflect on the source. In the circle model, which is centered on Truth, we are on the opposite side of the circle from the reference artificial “beginning point”.

The cycle is continuous, but ironically, the process itself requires us to separate the cycle. We must identify a reference point in order to make sense. To “make sense” means we actually create something – our sense of insight. But if we ignore Truth, we look right through the center of Truth and envision a linear back projection from the endpoint (now) to the artificial beginning point. And what we see doesn’t make sense! If we want to understand what we are (and some people actually do) by reflecting on the products of the process, i.e. the physical objects and their motion, that works too because they capture the truth. They are not Truth itself, but they are tidbits of truth – they capture it as cyclic units that resonate with Truth, just like holographic fringes. When we have enough information, we turn around and experience holomorphosis – we reach closure and are captured by the Truth – and we intuitively understand the process because we are the process. It’s just like how biologists came to understand life as a process in terms of cell division rather than defining some physical particle – a physicist might call it a lifeon. That’s just silly. But it serves a purpose, as a fairy tale that must be told to completion in order to get to the moral of the story. That’s great for kids, but mankind is mature enough now, as evidenced by the increasing number of people having “mystical experiences”, and this is too important to leave it to physicists. Engineers must take the lead, as I discuss in Holomorphic Engineering.

Holomorphosis as Self-realization

The funny thing about holomorphosis is that you have to experience it to truly believe it and once you do, it seems like you had to believe it in order to experience it. That is because once you experienced it, you can see the process playing out in so many of the individual expressions that you already believed to be true. And you recognize certain things that you tried or pretended to believe weren’t actually based on truth as you knew it. These expressions can be religious symbolism, mythological stories, natural processes, mathematical equations, geometric figures and scientific models, to name a few.

The holographic model is also just a model. But as I said, “graphic” implies that there is already a pre-scribed graph out there. The word holomorphic implies that the “graph” is the physical part of the universe, created by and continuously shaped by the spatiotemporal process itself. It projects itself and then sees itself in the reflection of that projection. So the process expresses itself first as a verb (projecting-reflecting) and then transforms into a noun (a projection and a reflection). By doing so, the noun form – the physical “film” – projects its implicate “self” using words and asks the question, “What am I?” And the answer is, “I am what I am.” That answer is not satisfying, so it rephrases the answer renaming the noun form of the projection “thing”: “I am… that thing asking the question what am I?” At that point, it has separated itself from “that thing” and identified with “that thing” – that body.

In Truth, “I am” is the same thing that is wondering what I am. That is how I interpret the biblical story in Exodus 3:14, where God told Moses “Tell them I am sent you”. So I am the process, an action projected as a thing that I can separate over and over, giving each fragment a new name and asking, what is that? At some point, everything falls into place and I see the final answer: I am “I am”. When I see it, I feel like I just woke up and opened my eyes. But then I find myself in the midst of the process and see physical reality, which appears to be fragmented. If any uncertainty enters my mind, I say “WHAT? That doesn’t seem to fit the idea of unity. If everything is ONE, how could that be?” That separates me again and the process has to repeat itself again and again until I can remember again. As you will see, there are certain numbers of repetitions required for holomorphosis to occur without the help of outside influence like the feedback you get from self-intention and from others who know your language.

The model is very simple, but my understanding of it has grown out of nearly 30 years of processing my own physical, mental, and spiritual life. By “processing” I mean projecting and reflecting, challenging everything – not afraid to ask the hard questions. These are the two central components of the holomorphic process. It is a continuous process, but “it” (the process) creates or produces a product (“it” – the noun form) that appears as an apparent endpoint. Now “it” can only physically see the endpoint but because a beginning point is implied it assumes, of glances back without first insisting on and facing the truth, a linear point of view: a straight-line back-projection from now back to “the beginning”. Reflection requires “it” to turn with the process and face the truth head-on without the fear of being wrong or appearing contrary to the established paradigm.

The process also requires repetition to build substance in the holomorphic mental projection. So have patience when I repeat myself. This time I’ll make it more like an experience that a description. The circle itself is the static model and the process implies motion. So imagine “it” (picture your body as “it”) is moving on the circle. When “it” became conscious, “it” realized that “it” must have had a beginning, so mark that as a point on the far left side of the circle. Now “you” are at the far right side and when you think of “the beginning”, whether it’s the beginning of your life or the beginning of the universe, you assumes a straight line back to the left and then assume, based on good deductive reasoning, that you must have moved in that linear direction from the beginning to now. So you want to trudge on in the same direction without stopping. And because you are actually a part of the process, you meet with resistance when you try to project yourself linearly outward beyond the circle. You have to fight the natural process of life in order to get to where you think you are supposed to be. However, when you stop resisting, take a break or go to sleep and allow yourself to turn and flow with the process, you move around the circle and complete the cycle, bringing with you all of the information that you collected in the cycle. All the information that is based on truth resonates with your center of Truth and raises your awareness of the truth. All that does not resonate falls away as byproducts of the process (you take a dump). From the higher perspective, you switch your point of view from linear to non-linear because you see yourself from above, as a whole new, better version of your old self.

What I just described could be interpreted as the cycle of one day, after which you wake up refreshed and ready to start anew. But it is more obvious when you consider it the transformation from one phase of life to the next, like from childhood to adulthood, young adult to mid-life adult, or mid-life adult to elder. These four phases in life correspond directly to the four phases of the holomorphic process. Birth is literally a separation and projection from your mother; young adulthood is an intentional separation from your parents’ home and projection into the world, but as an independent person, it is also accompanied by daily reflection on home and return to family reunification. As a mid-life adult we start projecting less and reflecting more on our lives. And if we failed ourselves, then we are likely to experience a mid-life crisis. Ten as elders, we reflect even more and begin to feel a need to return to some non-physical “home”.

These transformations in life used to be recognized as important milestones and celebrated by rites of passage, but we have lost touch with them in Western culture. I suspect that this is because our culture has “normalized” them because we fail to understand the process or recognize the importance of the metamorphosis that occurs. Using the quantum physics model to explain consciousness doesn’t help because it is all about “collapsing” and “renormalizing” the dynamic process back into the same-ol’ same-ol’ thing. Rather than “renormalizing” holomorphosis captures the essence of transformation from the old self into a newer, more mature and more enlightened version of the self.

Not only is it more descriptive; it is more poetic and adventurous. In his book, The Hero With a Thousand Faces, Mythologist Joseph Campbell explained that people (who have experienced the process enough times to recognize the pattern) have told this “never-ending story” in every culture throughout history in the form of the mythological adventure. (J. Campbell 1973) In the human experience, the process becomes more complicated than just four steps and each complication presents as being analogous to other human experiences. Campbell described the point in the cycle, where the “hero” feels the attraction of the turn as “meeting with the goddess”.

The complication that arises from the temptation to resist the turn is described as “unfamiliar yet strangely intimate forces, some of which severely threaten him”. (J. Campbell 1973, pg. 246) These forces are interpreted as “tests”. But there are other “strangely intimate forces” that are called “helpers” who “give magical aid” and encourage him to return. Once he decides that he is going to return, “the triumph may be represented as the hero’s sexual union with the goddess mother of the world (sacred marriage), his recognition by the father-creator (father atonement), his own divinization (apotheosis), or again–if the powers have remained unfriendly to him–his theft of the boon he came to gain (bride-theft, fire-theft); Intrinsically it is the expansion of consciousness and therewith of being (illumination, transfiguration, freedom).”

Once it is understood, the process begins to look more like a story and can be taught to children. Childhood is the time to have fun and grow. The “turn” that allowed for reflection and return is the twist that seems to present as a “helper” who is so attractive that it feels like a loving person who will guide you to the plot. In “real life” that person is the one that you should expect to show up (your “true love”) if you have lived “correctly” meaning you have become a projection and reflection of truth. Together with your true love, you can live a very happy life if you both live in the flow, which is another phenomenon that can be understood in terms of the holomorphic process. And doing so will allow you both to grow and transform spiritually into much more enlightened people.

There are a lot of people who say we are at the forefront of a global awakening. Many of them claim to have had hundreds and even thousands of out-of-body experiences, during which they might meet “ascended masters”, deceased loved ones or just enjoy “magic flight”. I am not one of them. After having my one and only OOB, I desperately wanted to have more and after reading about those who have hundreds of them, I wondered what was wrong with me. I prayed for experiences like Robert Monroe and Tom Campbell described. Gary Renard (Renard 2002) said that “ascended masters” had visited him in the flesh, and Tom Campbell said that he visited some during his OOB. They were highly advanced beings that gave them guidance to help them explain this message to the rest of us. And much of what they explained helped me tremendously to understand and develop my model. Had I not felt a strong need to follow my own intuition and answer my own burning questions, I might have been persuaded to follow anyone who convinced me that they were passing on “the way to heaven” from someone who already made it there. It seemed to make sense that, if they were so much more mature than me, they must have the answers for me. Both Campbell and Renard said that their guides told them that they were their future selves. And that is exactly what the holomorphic process model predicts. But now that the model is complete, it tells me that following someone else’s way can be a mistake.

You have to understand the fundamental nature of time to understand how that can be, but basically, a unit of time is nothing more than what a unit of energy looks like in retrospect. In terms of Bohm’s holomovement, the implicate order is unfolded so it is not finite and becomes enfolded as an explicit physical unit that occupies space; then the explicit turns inside out or unfolds again and becomes an implicit (non-physical) unit of the past. But in our bodies, we see it as an event particle (bits of information that for DNA fringes) that convolves with previous event particles, so we have to thing of units of time as being independent from space. According to the holomorphic process model, we can allow the light of truth to illuminate us and project a holomorphic reflection of our implicit self and make it explicit. Most of us probably see our future self in our minds all the time, but according to holomorphic process, being able to materialize in the flesh can only be done by someone who has 1) reached a certain level of maturity and 2) needs to do it.

The mistake I mentioned would be to accept their words out of faith because that means you stop searching for your own truth. That is the value of the holomorphic process model. It is not “the way” – it’s a formula for finding your own way. I am currently experiencing my transformation into my fourth phase – becoming an elder. I was Teddy as a child, Ted (the engineer) as a young adult, and Theodore (the doctor) as a mid-life adult. I don’t have a name for the elder because that part of me will remain the implicit part of me (my conscience) – the unification of (in holy communion with) the other three explicit parts. As an elder, I can back-project my consciousness into any one of these three personalities and realize from that perspective that I always had this “future self” in me. And because I have always recognized Truth as if it were God, I followed that voice we call our conscience. I trusted it and believed in it. In short, I believed in myself. And when I ask, it tells me that it doesn’t appear to me, either in my mind or in the flesh, as a separate being because I don’t need it to. I would only need it if I was so trapped in the physical projection that I would not be able to escape it in this lifetime. If it were to give me what I want rather than what I need, it would be taking away opportunities for me to overcome the obstacles. And the obstacles are the very things that I use to climb my spiritual ladder. Joseph Campbell might have said that these are some of the “tests” or “temptations” that the hero must face.

So being able to go out of body, to see and or hear ascended masters does not necessarily mean that someone is more mature than me. I appreciate and often use their words in my analysis. I consider them “helpers” but I very careful about it, especially if they charge money for their services. But I also understand that it costs money to hold conferences, retreats, and summits, and to write books and other publications. So money is not a reliable indication of intent or agenda. In some cases, it is worth spending some money to support the “helpers”. I want to say that the fruit of all my work is a gift that comes from My HEART. But that’s just so I can be clever. Actually, I don’t charge anything (and in fact I’ve paid a lot for books, conferences, publishing fees, etc.) because it is already paid for. I am fortunate enough to have a regular pension to survive on, thanks to the generosity of the American people who make sure that military veterans and retirees are taken care of. So I feel like I am already being compensated for telling my story and for all the work I have done on this project. And I consider all of the free information that I find on the Internet to be extremely valuable as well. I will have a chance to make a little extra when I publish my book and sell them.

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The rest of this page contains the previous version of the page. As I said, as I participate in the holomorphic process, I reach reunification and see things from a better perspective. When I do, I want to come back and explain it first. So I start rereading my pages and before I know it, I’ve written an entire document, much of which was down here in the previous version. So it will take some time for me to read through it and scrum out repetitions. On the other hand, repetition is a form of practice so maybe it would be ok to leave it. Besides, I might inadvertently delete things that made sense to me then, so they might make more sense to you now.

What about those questions regarding the holographic model?

The holomorphic process often presents itself as a story. But storytelling is not my greatest strength and stories are too subjective for science. As a scientist, I was taught to be “objective” because anything that is subjective is subject to interpretation of what it implies. So subjective means “implicit”. Science uses explicit “objects” to represent and express meaning. And this is another complication that we need to understand. According to Joseph Campbell,

Whenever the poetry of myth is interpreted as biography, history or science, it is killed. The living images become only remote facts of a distant time or sky. Furthermore, it is never difficult to demonstrate that as science or history mythology is absurd. When a civilization begins to reinterpret its mythology in this way, the life goes out of it, temples become museums, and the link between the two perspectives is dissolved. Such a blight has certainly descended on the Bible and on a great part of the Christian cult. (J. Campbell 1973, Pg. 249)

The problem with interpreting with science is that an “object” is considered some kind of physical form, like a particle. But in some areas of science, like computer science, objects aren’t necessarily something that you can hold in your hand. Symbols, including the letters on this page, as well as any graphical tool that you might insert, for example in a Word document, or graphical user interface are objects. In that sense, stories, which are subjective in their complete, macroscopic form, are made up of microscopic, “fundamental objects”. Quantum physics is the study of those fundamental objects. And fundamental objects are expressed as geometric models. So geometry, especially “sacred geometry” provides the link between the two perspectives.

A circle is the geometric object that represents a cyclic process. So in order to express the projection-reflection process that has an apparent beginning and ending, I call the beginning “separation”, and end point, which Campbell calls “return”, I call “reunification”. These endpoints are apparent because they appear (an awakening of the sense of sight) when we participate in the process. In the circular form of the model the beginning and ending would be the same point, so in order to model something that grows and evolves, the unfolded version of the holomorphic process must be modeled as an ever-increasing spiral of evolution. Then, upon reflection, we realize that the beginning and ending (of the being that is evolving) are in fact the same whole so the word “convolution” (a shaping process) is better than “evolution” when referring to consciousness.

The convolution integral is a mathematical expression that describes how two functions (like two waves of sound or light) mix together and modulate or reshape each other. It can be used to describe the “fringes” on a holographic film because they are formed when two lasers, each of which start out as the same wave and therefore the same wave function, but one of the waves is delayed in time. If the mind is an inner projection (a waveform model of the past) and the aura is the outer projection (a waveform model of the future, i.e. delayed in time) as I will discuss below, then the conscious body is the convolution of the two. So the convolution of the holographic model seems to be an excellent model for understanding consciousness. But there are still a couple of problems with interpreting what the model implies. Projecting a holographic image requires some kind of surface or “print” that has fringes, which store the interference patterns produced by two coherent lasers when the “print” was made. If physical reality is a hologram (i.e. if a physical object is actually a holographic projection) then:

1) Where or what is the holographic plate?

The holomorphic process hypothesizes that there is no plate, but rather, that every quantum particle in the body is itself an embodiment of the process and plays the role of both fringe and projected “image”.  In other words, every moment in space and time is captured as an “event particle” (a spatiotemporal unit of spacetime) that, at the most fundamental level one cycle, (modeled as a string in String Theory) is what we call a Planck particle or Planck quantum of action. The term “quantum particle” is used in quantum physics and the term “event particle” is from Alfred North Whitehead’s process philosophy and is not normally used in mainstream physics or Cosmology, which presents the perspective that holographic fringes must be on the surface of a black hole. According to the holomorphic process model, there is no need for a separate entity or object to act as a film “out there” in space, beyond the holographic medium. As a process, the “creation” (the quantum of action as an object with fringes) and the “creator” (also the quantum of action as a process) are one and the same.

2) Why is physical matter solid rather than ethereal like a holographic image?

Simply put, as a sub-atomic particle model, the cycles are vibrations that spin energy into spheres (energy being an implicit concept until is spun into explicit units) and so the spin creates a duality that separates the particle from everything else that is “not-the-particle”. This is easy to model as a toroidal vortex in a medium like water. In fact, the torus model has been used by others including Nassim Haramein as the model for the unified field theory. And the content of information that makes the event particle defines what type of particle will form. An event could be any event, but events like nuclear reactions or high-energy collisions were used to develop The Standard Model of Particle Physics, which lists all of the different, most fundamental types of particles discovered so far.

If you already know and believe the physics as expressed in Quantum Theory and String Theory, and are more interested in how these models relate to the more esoteric expressions of consciousness, then I highly recommend that you watch the video series at Gaia.com called The Mystery Teachings by physicist, Dr. Theresa Bullard. But if you are too deeply entrenched in the mathematics of these theories or trapped in the mindset that reality is purely physical, I recommend my paper, The Holomorphic Process. Understanding the Holographic Nature of Reality as a Metamorphic Process (Archives of Physics Research 9, no. 2 (2018): 17-44). The purpose of that paper is to show how the process approach correlates with the quantum model as well as classical electromagnetic theory, unifying quantum and relativistic perspectives.

But it is not necessary to understand advanced physics to understand the holomorphic process. Basically, any linear motion, which is what you do when you move your body, creates spin in the field (the word “field” is just a label for everything that is “not-the-body”) about all of the quantum particles in the body. And when you consider that there is no such thing as a body at rest, i.e. everything in the universe is moving relative to practically everything else*, then every particle in every body is spinning due to motion. This relates to the holomorphic process in that the word “motion” is just the process form of the word “energy”. So the word “particle” is just an explicit unit of motion that appears to be part of a duality: a finite particle and an infinite (i.e. not finite) “not-particle”. This is similar to the well known phenomenon called pair production in which a particle-antiparticle are created during high-energy interactions and then annihilate each other to form a pair of photons – radiant energy. But for the motion of our bodies, which appears to us to be low energy motion, the pair is what we commonly call units of space and units of time. In other words, motion, which is ubiquitous, creates the apparent passage of time.

*(I say “practically” because only a very few things in your immediate vicinity can be considered, within a measurable margin of error, to be “at rest” in your own frame of reference)

The inherent motion of space and the apparent motion of time act as pairs of coherent waves that serve as “the source” waveforms of a holographic projection. They split the undifferentiated field into two dimensions – each a reflection of the other – modeled as energy spinning in opposite directions, which gives them different measurable characteristics. Rather than annihilate, they reunite and join forces to form a distinct and substantial (having substance) field of acceleration, which is what we call “mass”. By “field of acceleration” I mean that the whole of spacetime is modeled as a field and these bits of “mass” warp (like a vortex of water warps the surface) or put a dent in the field so that other bits of mass tend to fall or “accelerate” towards each other’s “dent”. In regular physics, that’s what we call gravity. But in holomorphic engineering, it is the warping effect that comes from the difference between the linear back-projection from the endpoint to beginning point across the diameter of a circle (fragmented reality modeled as separate circles) and the circumference as a non-linear, holistic representation (reality modeled as a whole circle). This is a perceived difference and as long as we are in physical form, this perception is our reality.

3) How does this translate into the answer to the question “What am I?”

Answer: I am part of the holomorphic process that only appears to be fragmented or separate. And because the step that follows separation in the process is projection, my body as well as all physical form is the projection. It is the physical part of the process that holds the holographic fringes, which we could correlate to DNA molecules.  Holomorphosis – a contraction of holotropic metamorphosis. “Holotropic” is a relatively new word that means “oriented or moving toward wholeness”. It was coined by psychiatrist Stanislav Grof in his book, The Holotropic Mind: the three levels of human consciousness and how they shape our lives, to introduce a new paradigm in psychology that compares the brain to a holographic film and consciousness to holographic images. The suffix ‘tropic’ means turning or changing yet remaining relatively constant. So to say that the mind is holotropic means that it can be modeled as a holographic image made up of turning (or spinning into a particle form) bits of information that changes yet remains relatively constant with respect to what is actually unchanging (implicit truth).

You don’t need to understand the physics because you are experiencing holomorphosis right now as you read this description. In essence, a description or definition puts a spin on a “unit word”, which is just a bunch of letters that are themselves just symbols, so that it holds the information in your sphere of knowledge, which is your part of the collective sphere of knowledge. And the collective sphere of knowledge is part of the infinite sphere of all that is, seen and unseen; known and unknown (physicists call the unknown “dark mass” and “dark energy”). The definition of a word is therefore enfolded within the symbols that make the word. Yet the meaning is implicated or implied (conveyed indirectly rather than being stated explicitly). And when you see it explicitly projected on paper or a screen, or hear it explicitly stated in words, that meaning is unfolded or explicated in your mind. Again, nothing happens to the word, letters or symbols when you read it. Everything happens in your mind.

4) How can the holomorphic process help to understand the physics behind mind-body relationship?

Biologist Ludwig von Bertalanffy, stated in 1964 that the mind-body problem is “one of the oldest problems in philosophy, tossed around for centuries and disputed by the most illustrious minds in vain.” (von Bertalanffy 1964) And he attempted to present “a new point of view” – to approach the problem “as an empirical problem, utilizing the knowledge of modern biology; developmental, introspective, and social psychology; psychopathology and psychiatry; cultural anthropology; linguistics; history of culture, etc.” This approach eventually developed into an interdisciplinary study of systems called “General Systems Theory”. System theory uses a holistic approach (holism instead of the more traditional reductionism) and is now applied in many areas, including system dynamics, system biology, system chemistry, systems ecology, systems engineering, and systems psychology. I couldn’t find anything called “systems physics”. I suspect that is because systems have always been an integral part of physics. In physics, systems are differentiated into closed systems (like a holistic quantum whole) and open systems (such as the relativistic framework).

“Systems thinking” is a mindset that focuses on a complex system as a whole while simultaneously recognizing that the whole is made up of parts. The key reason for this is the realization that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The holomorphic process {separation-projection-reflection-reunification} is a form of systems thinking that provides closure to the open system. It simultaneously transforms undifferentiated energy (and open system concept) into a pair of opposites that morphs into a quantum particle, AND transforms the same opposites into the non-physical projector-reflector pair that we perceive as the “knowing self” and “thinking self”. When we think of the particle model at the quantum level, we don’t think in terms of one particle “perceiving” anything, but when it has an apparent opposite (like “the particle” and “not-the-particle”) just because it appears to be separate from its surroundings, it effectively reflects upon its opposite and “realizes itself” as an apparent duality.

Relative motion, which is ubiquitous and perpetual, provides all that is needed to perceive the energy as “separated” and “projected”. We think of light as being separate from matter. But light that is reflected off of any projection (physical substance) is the reflection that other particles “see”. The reflection is therefore “shaped” by the physical characteristics of the substance (like size, physical shape, color, etc.). We call those characteristics forms of information and when the information in that reflection is received by another projection, the information is induced into it. That induction of information (reunification) convolves with the information that has already shaped the receiving body, further defining its shape and apparent separateness. As long as there is light, including light that we can’t see with our eyes, the process is continuous.

So if my physical body is my projection (like an avatar in the computer analogy), what I call my mind is formed by the reflection of energy off of the projection. Physical form creates the appearance of three dimensions, but the fourth dimension is just as apparent, except it is perceived as being implied in the form of time. As I mentioned above, physicist David Bohm called the explicit three dimensions of space the “explicate order” and contrasted that with the “implicate order”, which I interpret as the implied fourth dimension. It is exactly the same as three-dimensional space only expressed as a single dimension that extends inward and outward, like the linear radius of a sphere.

So while the body is the form of information-modulated energy extended out into three dimensions, the “mind” is the exact same information-modulated energy extended in one dimension: the fourth dimension. It can be visualized as a holomorphic projection inside the body, formed by the convolution of our inner light (implicit energy in every particle) with every fringe in every cell of the body. This inner projection is what we call the mind and it gives us the see an image of the past (our memory). Since there is also light coming inward from the outside, another holomorphic projection forms on the outside, surrounding our bodies. That is our ability to perceive the future to some extent and would also correlate with the aura. And since it is formed by the many frequencies of incoherent light from the outer world, it forms something much more convoluted than the inner projection. It forms a shadow that acts like a shell around the body and serves to protect us during the convolution process. But from the inside looking out, it forms a reflective surface that the mind, the inner projection, can reflect upon.

If “truth” is the word for the actual information content of energy, then as long as the mind is true to itself, the inner light will be exactly the same as the reflection, the two waves of energy will be coherent frequencies and the inner projection will form a true image of the person who creates it. Seeing that image is the experience of self-realization and holomorphosis. But since the holomorphic process breaks wholeness into four discrete phases, until we mature as spiritual beings, we can only see the true image during the reunification phase. Every reunification forms a unit of cognition and if it matches a cognition of truth that has already taken shape in my mind, it is a re-cognition. That recognition provides more substance to the mind. And as a unit of frequency-modulated energy, any harmonic unit of cognition also adds substance. These add nested levels of consciousness that grow into the experience of an awakening. Eventually, after a lifetime or more of mini-awakenings, we mature to the point where we are fully awake and no longer need the protection from our outer shell because we recognize that we are in fact, spiritual, ethereal beings able to project our inner projection outward, separate from the physical body, as an astral body.

5) How can we use the holomorphic process to help us shape the world?

If my approach is correct, I think that it will answer some of the most important questions in science (and religion for those who dare to ask). It will provide an intelligent, rational perspective of the process and a visual model for understanding how we evolve from formless energy into living beings and then convolve rather than evolve into virtual beings – avatars of awareness. But it needs to reshape the education system and become mainstream science.

Because engineers are the practical scientists, I recommend a profession called holomorphic engineering. The holomorphic process is just a base model and we need serious, mainstream engineers to use the law of conservation of truth to invent tools, like Robert Monroe invented hemi-synch recordings to help us experience coherent sounds at the right frequencies. I submit that the Theory of Evolution in Anthropology should be revised and renamed to the Theory of Convolution, and emphasize in Social Science that all humans are created equal, meaning we all must take personal responsibility and participate in the holomorphic process and in synch with it. In synch is dependent upon our level of maturity and has nothing to do with anything else, including race, gender, social standing, political affiliation, ideology or anything else. Understanding the holomorphic process can provide clear scientific (epidemiological) evidence of how and why governments that operate on the basis of hierarchical structure and unscientific ideologies fail. They start with separation and only project the outer show of force for their own protection, but they eventually fail because they reject truth by using rhetoric and deceit in order to further their agenda. As a result, they cannot see their own reflection and are never able to reach holomorphosis as a collective whole. Instead, our leaders crash us into the twist that leads to destruction. This has been documented by Strauss and Howe in their book, The Fourth Turning (Strauss and Howe 1997). The study of genetics should also include holomorphosis as the internal process that shapes biological elements in the genes. And for those who relate to the name of “God” as a person, I submit that the biblical account of Genesis should be reinterpreted as “Hologenesis” – a story that includes “God” as the ever-present, unchanging implicit Truth.

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By the way…

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Keep in mind that it is a work in progress. I have been consciously working on it since 1992, when I had a profound, transformational, out-of-body experience that flipped my world inside out (or rather allowed me to recognize my own world view as an upside-down reflection of truth). I believe that I had that experience because I have always wanted to know the truth about everything and I was seeking Truth during meditation. I already knew that truth is the only thing that is true (duh!) but I wanted to be able to answer the question, “What am I?” in a way that I could understand and express in objective, scientific terms. That’s why I became a scientist in the first place. As a result, I went back to school to get my masters degree in physics, which led me to reactivate my commission in the US Navy, which led me back to graduate school for my Ph. D. in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, specialized in Medical Physics. While in the navy I got my MA in Social Science (National security and strategic studies), which gave me a much better perspective of our military leaders’ goals – how to prevent all wars rather than how to wage war. It also gave me experience in personnel management and leadership as well as clinical experience as a healthcare provider as the head of Radiology department ans as a clinical physicist in radiation oncology. Finally, as I approached my retirement (in 2014) I began to have more awakening experiences that were not as shattering as before, but they were new insights that continued to shape my interpretation and methods of expression. But they came as visions that had to be translated into scientific models that need to be proven. That is when I started trying to spell them out and publish them in terms of physics and philosophy.

The bottom line, the endpoint that I arrived at after nearly 30 years of processing, is exactly same as the point where I began. The point it, Truth is the only thing that is true!  But now, that has much more profound meaning to me than when I started this journey. Now I can express it as a LAW in the same way as the Law of Conservation of Energy:

The Law of Conservation of Truth: Truth can neither be created nor destroyed, but only changed in form.

The holomorphic process is the process by which it, in the form of spacetime, implicit Truth changes itself into explicit physical form (an apparent state of separateness: projections of truth in bits of mass that move through space and time) and eventually into a unified, ethereal form. That “ethereal form” is what we call Spirit. It is a process and it takes time to allow the physical for to shape the mind every micro-moment of every day. Then, it automatically reshapes our bodies at the cellular level to heal us while we sleep. We wake up every day to a new cycle and convolve into better versions of our “self”. We mature and play the role that corresponds to our level of maturity. At each macro-level of holomorphosis, we transform from child, to young adult, to midlife adult, and to elder in accordance with the four steps of the holomorphic process. As a result, we grow in our awareness, we gain more control over our projection.

But there’s a catch. As we grow in our awareness, and gain more control over our “factual” outward projection, we recognize that we do in fact have free will: we are more able to choose whether or not we want to “look at our reflection” or listen to our conscience. Tragically, if we “stick with the facts” and refuse to listen to our conscience, we are able to effectively block it out. But in doing so, we remain facing “outward” in the holomorphic process and identify with our projection and lose the natural flow that makes us convolve. We only fool ourselves because the process does not stop and we get “left behind” what would be the natural progression. Rather than becoming fused with our mind, we become confused as our world begins to unravel.

In 1994, the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) published the New Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Science that reassessed the ontological and epistemological assumptions underlying modern science. And Willis Harmon, (the president of IONS) concluded that the time was ripe for a new approach to science, one that “must somehow develop the ability to look at things more holistically.” (Harmon, pg 377) The problem with the current views was centered on the fact that scientists typically hold their fundamental assumptions, which as based on separateness, to be inviolate and that was “likely to be the source – and possible resolution – of some of the most long-lasting and fundamental puzzles in science.” He predicted that when a solution is found, when science begins to “accommodate the human spirit and the conscious awareness that comprise our most direct link with reality,” it will change society’s prevailing world view and prompt a “long-term shift in value emphasis, priorities, and even socio-economic and political structure.” Unless I’m missing something, that has not happened in America. If anything, things have continued to unravel and the world is in crisis. The holomorphic process model is an approach to science that deserves to be considered. 

 

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