In his abovementioned 6 x 15-minute videos, he mentions many things, among which the mass of the vacuum of space being infinite. Or near-infinite, whatever. I wish to address his videos, and if you have not viewed them, they will be indispensable to understanding this post, so please take the time to do so. They are fascinating in their own right, anyway.
I have indeed stated that the gateway to omniscience lies at the center within, just as Nassim does. When quanta undergo their "vanishing" period, whereby they cease to exist in our universe, they either cease to exist as expressed or differentiated energies, or go into "other dimensions". My research has led me to conclude that they go to "dimension zero", the dimension of the dot, which is the absolute conductor of everything. This dimension has no size, and so it cannot be measured in any way. Yet there is ample evidence for its existence, for example in the instantaneous transfer of information, irrespective of distance, which occurs in entangled particles, and of course the vanishing period of quanta. Whatever you wish to call this dimension, "vacuum" is a poor name for it, since vacuum designates a space empty of matter, whereas the dimension zero certainly is without any space component.
I am not here debating Nassim's paper on the mass of vacuum. It explains way too much, and works with everything I know to be true, so there is no discussing his conclusions, at least on the physics side of things. I wish to contribute to the consciousness side of his work. The re-engineering of mind which these pages will eventually describe has for goal the ability for consciousness to follow the quanta from "existence" to "nonexistence" in the dimension zero, where space does not exist, yet everything which exists in space does visit from time to time. A consciousness that does this has thus escaped the material bonds that ties it to a mortal body and will of course continue forever, for where there is no space, it can be asserted with some degree of certainty that there is no time. Moreover, given that this consciousness has escaped physicality without undergoing the experience of death, there is reason to believe that its dependence on a physical medium for its continued experience is no more. As such, attaining the dimension zero is the key to immortality.
I would like here to add my two cents' worth about matter. Matter is quanta, and quanta appear and disappear from the dimension zero at quick intervals. Quanta are nothing else than electromagnetic waves, which ride "vacuum" which is infinitely massive. Our bodies are thus also infinitely massive, and so on, which renders the entire idea of mass to be little more than a curious mind-stretching exercise of sorts. Why then is mass a measurable thing in classical physics? Because the mass of the vacuum is taken out of the equation, which is something Nassim explained better than I ever could. So we are able to measure the mass of only the quanta themselves without the mass of the vacuum which contains them, and so on.
Now we all know that physical matter does not exist as such, it is only a bunch of electromagnetic waves which through some (magical?) process, we are able to see as solid matter, whereas it is mostly vacuum with some quanta moving around in it. I wish to address this process now, in a most thorough fashion if possible. I have stated before that "matter" is simply a collapse, an interpretation of what these quanta mean. As such, a being of a fully different nature might look at the same quanta and experience something wildly different, to the point of not even having any kind of meaning for a human mind. I am stating here that the conditioning of our minds and consciousnesses is what determines the nature and form of the collapse which we call matter.
Even quanta might be collapses of even more primal energies, and so on down the rabbit hole, until we reach... Once again, dimension zero. The dot. This would mean that everything emanates from the dot and that our relationship with what emanates from there is determined by our minds' conditioning. If indeed such is the case, then de-conditioning the mind, freeing consciousness from memory, would be the ultimate key to communion with the dot and of course the ability to emanate at will from it, and collapsing whatever energies one might choose to, such as a physical body. Mass being infinite everywhere, you basically have the entire creation available everywhere at any time. Reaching into the dot would enable one to palpate any region of the universe at any point in time, and use the very universe itself as an information device, instead of relying on memory, which is of a conceptual and thus symbolic nature. Symbols do have some information value, but not nearly as much as the object which they purport to somehow represent. This would be the attainment of omniscience.
I have experienced phenomena of communication with "the dot" and indeed, it seems all answers reside there. I do not yet seem to possess the ability to actually vanish into the dot, and that's all for good, since it is my goal to teach mankind how to do so, and I might get distracted if I start playing with that stuff. But let me tell you about my experience with the dot and what's in there. I have come to realize that like all matter, it seems consciousness ultimately originates in the dot, and that our entire beings are unable to live in matter, so that only some parts are here in the solid world, the rest being left behind in the dot.
That part, which spirituality has named "the higher self" or "divine self" is indeed omniscient and possesses a bunch of other qualities, such as being utterly devoid of the ability to experience solid matter, intellect, intuition, as well as feelings and emotions. It is also empowered with a little something-something, which is called gravity, which when it is applied to consciousness, can also be named "love". Not Romeo & Juliet, nor the love of a mother for a child. Those are emotional, and as stated above, that part which resides in the dot, does not deal in feelings. Yet its mind-gravity is real, and like a black hole pulling irresistibly, its goal is to shrink man's consciousness to a dot, so that Man can be made whole.
To recap, I am stating that our "higher selves" which are nothing else than "the rest" of our beings, reside in a size-less source-dimension from which they influence our lives so that we may eventually evolve to a state which would enable us to converse and even fuse back together with them after having known the terrible limitation of a material life, bringing back with us the incredible experience of the journey. There is more. The very process of fusion generates an intermediary state between the dot and actual matter (call it the quantum state?) where the sum of the being can actually exist with all its parts. The experience of the uncollapsed quantum universe is bound to be a strange one, and obviously our minds need quite a bit of training and tuning before such a thing is even conceived of, lest they be torn to shreds at the very onset of any such attempt. Obviously, the omniscient part of us knows this and it is doing as best it can with our obtuse, stupid, heavy, slow, moronic, blind material beings. It is slow going. Could be quicker, if only we could start removing the obstacles to the transformation, and this is what this blog is all about.
Experiencing the uncollapsed, pure quantum state would allow a consciousness to collapse it at will into whatever it would like, seemingly commanding matter like child's play. Of course, matter being just an interpretation of quanta, it's not very difficult at all, all you need to do is to get there. So in essence, reaching the dot would mean immortality, teleportation, full command of matter at will. Sounds to me like it would be worth a bit of work, no problem.
I would like to talk about alternate dimensions and telepathy now but finally, sleep is catching up to me. Please leave comments if you have any, or questions.