Re: black holes
Sep 07, 1997 03:14 AM
by Tim Maroney
>What I am saying here is that just as black
>hole and white holes are apparently connecting links between various
>spaces and times in the fabric of spacetime, so laya centers may be
>connecting links between mental, astral, and physical planes.
Liminality or in-betweenness is a major theme in current scholarship on
Western magic and I think it is great that you are working this theme
into your personal symbolism in such a prominent way. The development of
a deep symbolic web has always been a primary tool of theurgical working.
However, so far as I know, white holes are not a subject of study in
modern physics. They were a brief-lived speculation that never caught on.
You are presenting it as if they were a known fact. That's what I mean by
"unfounded scientific speculation." I don't really think of cosmology as
a subject to which personal psychic explorations are likely to make a
very substantial contribution.
Tim Maroney firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.maroney.org
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