Fractalic Awakening II

## The Eleven Dimensions of Time/Space

Understanding the Kronospheric as defining the true nature of time yields more than simply the clarification of the 4th dimension. Space/time begins with the Infinite Point and manifests through the iteration of linear, or spatial, dimensions, within which motion is made possible by the hyperdimension of time. Another way of describing this is to state that we move along space and through time, and that this movement is made possible by time, but we do not move along temporal dimensions at all. We in space/time can move along the spatial dimensions at will and in any direction we choose, but no matter what direction we move along, the temporal dimensions are always at right angles to our direction of motion.

Before moving into descriptions of the temporal dimensions, I do need to explain what I mean by moving "through" time, as I want to eliminate any confusion about this. Our movement "through" time is analogous to a needle going through a balloon. The needle is moving along space and goes "through" or penetrates, the dimension of time by analogy. Reality, of course, is that time is like an infinite set of concentric balloons, so the needle would penetrate one after another as it moves along the spatial dimensions.

Remember, though, that perception of the spatial dimensions as discrete and limiting is entirely an internal, conceptual part of experience and not Real in the same sense that the Infinite Point is Real.

So, let's proceed to explore the eleven temporal dimensions of time/space:

• T-primary (defines the primary circle, the selfsame circle is bisected by the primary spatial coordinate axis, the center of which is the Infinite Point)
• T-secondary (defines the secondary circle, which is bisected by the secondary spatial coordinate axis. The conceptualized plane on which the T-secondary circle can be visualized as being inscribed upon is oriented at right angles to the plane on which the T-primary circle resides. Both T-primary and T-secondary circles share that same center, the Infinite Point)
• T-tertiary (defines the tertiary circle; together with both the T-primary and T-secondary, completes the tridimensional infrastructure that enables the existence of a static Kronospheric (time-sphere). The T-tertiary circle is bisected by a coordinate axis lying in a direction at right angles to those of both the T-primary and the T-secondary circles, and sharing with them both a center at the Infinite Point)
• T-space (defines all directions that are at right angles to the T-primary, T-secondary, and T-tertiary circles simultaneously; can be modeled as a domain within a conceptualized sphere encompassing all lines that are at right angles to the first three temporal dimensions, the center of which is the center of the sphere, the Infinite Point. Being a domain, is not a temporal dimension in the same sense as the other dimensions, yet it must exist in order for the following three temporal dimensions to exist.)
• movement of T-primary (rotation of a conceptualized point on the T-primary circle by degrees around a conceptualized sphere. The point rotates around the circle with the Infinite Point being the center around which the rotation occurs, and can be modeled in one fashion as a spinning wheel with a nearly invisible rim and no spokes. Measurement along this temporal dimension is done by comparing the new coordinate position with a starting or reference position; the value of the difference between the two values being the measurement along this dimension. This method of measurement is also true for the following two dimensions)
• movement of T-secondary (rotation of a conceptualized point on the T-secondary circle by degrees around a conceptualized sphere, relative to a reference or starting position.)
• movement of T-tertiary (rotation of a conceptualized point on the T-tertiary circle by degrees around the conceptualized sphere relative to a reference or starting positionT-. Taken together with rotations along the primary and T-secondary dimensions, can be visualized as a complex movement of a point along the surface of the conceptualized sphere. Such a movement will follow the surface of the sphere, but may change direction along that surface relative to any or all of the first three temporal dimensions, depending upon the starting and ending coordinate values for the point on each temporal dimension.)
• T-pulse of space (expansion/contraction of space, modeled as a domain encompassing an oscillation or vibrational frequency of a conceptualized sphere in a direction at right angles to the surface; spherical expansion represents temporal radiation in the following three dimensions while spherical contraction represents temporal absorption.)
• temporal radiation/absorption along T-primary (oscillation along the T-primary circle relative to a baseline reference T-primary circle; can be visualized by imagining that the circle is not comprised of a line, but of a complex planar waveform, the amplitude of which is measured along this temporal dimension. This description also applies to the following two temporal dimensions.)
• temporal radiation/absorption along T-secondary (oscillation along the T-secondary circle relative to a baseline reference T-secondary circle.)
• temporal radiation/absorption along T-tertiary (oscillation along the T-tertiary circle relative to a baseline reference T-tertiary circle. Since all of the temporal dimensions exist together, can be modeled as a complex waveform oscillation propagating along the surface of the sphere itself, the amplitude of which is along or congruent with the spatial dimensions. However, measurement along temporal dimensions 9, 10 and 11 is a value defining the waveform frequency, not amplitude. Coordinate information from all three temporal radiation/absorption dimensions is required to form the complex waveform.)

Now, let's discuss these temporal dimensions from another perspective. Beginning with the Infinite Point again, a completely different reality called time/space is generated by iterating nonlinear temporal dimensions, within which motion is made possible by the hyperdimension of space. Within time/space reality, movement along time and through space is the norm, but movement along spatial dimensions cannot take place. Beings existing in time/space can move along the temporal dimensions at will and in any direction they choose, but no matter what direction they choose, the spatial dimensions are always at right angles to their direction of motion. Keep in mind what I have already discussed reference moving "through" time within space/time; the same understanding applies to a movement "through" space within time/space.

Unlike space/time, which is a reality based on linear dimensions, the reality of nonlinear dimensions that I am calling time/space has the first three dimensions modeled as circles instead of straight lines. The circle is defined by two points equidistant from the center and opposite to each other, rotated through 180 degrees in the plane while maintaining their equidistant positions relative to the center. This center of the circle is the Infinite Point. The first three temporal dimensions are distinguished by their axial orientation relative to each other, or their potential axis of rotation. I state 'potential' because measuring along these dimensions does not involve rotation, but such rotation is indeed the measure along higher temporal dimensions; hence, potential. In each case the axis of rotation represents one of the first three spatial dimensions. These three temporal dimensions also differ from spatial dimensions in that, because they are nonlinear, each of them has a spatial dimensional value greater than one when described or modeled spatially! Assembling all three yields a spherical structure comprised of an infinity of concentric spheres. We now have a static set of three nonlinear temporal dimensions that are analogous to the three linear spatial dimensions. These three temporal dimensions comprise a domain that is at right angles to the three spatial dimensions, yet intersects all of the spatial dimensions at all points.

To enable dynamic movement along these temporal spheres, we need a fourth dimension, which in this case is not going to be a mere spatial dimension, but the hyperdimension of space, or T-space. This hyperdimension of space consists of all directions at right angles to the concentric sphere set. The movement enabled is a movement congruent with the temporal sphere surfaces. The movement enabled goes across, or at 90 degrees relative to, the spatial dimensions, and is defined by temporal dimensions five, six and seven.

The fifth, sixth and seventh temporal dimensions measure rotation within the spherical set, or movement along the surfaces of the concentric temporal spheres. The rotations defined by these three dimensions occur around the circles that define the first three temporal dimensions, and each rotation can be either clockwise or counterclockwise, corresponding to "positive" and "negative" rotation.

Temporal dimension eight is the pulse of space, enabling vibrational movement whose frequency is measured along the sphere surfaces, but whose amplitude is towards or away from the Infinite Point, across or at right angles to the sphere boundaries. Modulation of this temporal amplitude is not to be understood as analogous to movement through space, as in along the linear or spatial dimensions. The true movement measured is temporal frequency propagating along the temporal sphere surfaces. Dimensions nine through eleven define these movements or temporal frequencies whose amplitudes are congruent with the spatial dimensions. Because the amplitudes are also congruent with the spatial changelines, as apparent movement they represent what is ordinarily and inaccurately thought of as "time travel", but what in this temporal reality is actually the transmission of information along a spatial changeline. Such a phenomenon would be perceived by us in space/time reality as receiving information radiating either from the past or the future.

One way to grasp the fact that this temporal amplitude is not time travel is by realizing that the actual movement taking place is in the form of complex temporal waveforms propagating along the surfaces of temporal spheres. So the frequency is the actual movement measured along the temporal dimensions, not the spatial dimensions, even though the amplitude that accompanies the frequency yields the illusion that movement is taking place along the spatial dimensions.

Temporal dimensions 9 through 11 define this vibrational movement in each of temporal dimensions 1 through 3, although as actually observed, the vibrational movement is a complex waveform or waveforms moving along all of the first three temporal dimensions.

By varying temporal amplitude and frequency, this observed phenomenon can be utilized to pass information from time/space to space/time without actually moving along the spatial dimensions. This understanding brings with it the implication that communication could also take place in the "other" direction, from space/time to time/space, and in fact it does, but that is the subject for another essay.

These three dimensions also make possible what could be described loosely as temporal explosions that appear to go either from what we call the past direction towards the future direction, or in reverse, from what we call the future direction towards the past direction. Such explosions would consist of chronometric particles, or particles measured along temporal dimensions only and not spatial dimensions.