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Black Matter- Is It The Same As Avyakta/amrita Of The Vedas

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Posted by Freedom on September 5, 2008 06:05:14 UTC

In the Vedas (purusha suktam) and later texts elaborating on this section the universe is divided into four parts. It is said that of that, one quarter is manifest (vyakta) while the other three are Amrita (immortal being that they never come into manifestation). Of the one fourth that comes into existence half is vyakta (actually manifest), and the other half is avyakta (unmanifest). In other words it says that 75% of the universe is unmanifest and unobservable, 12.5% is unmanifest yet has some subtle qualities which are the building blocks of reality though not conjoined yet, and 12.5% is actually manifest/visible. Black matter is said to make up 90% of the universe (could it actually be 87.5% ? or are these numbers close enough in the grand scale).

Attaining back to the Amrita is considered the highest goal (paramam padam). If black matter is that same percentage referenced in the Vedas, and a black hole turned things back to black matter.....

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