Questions and Aswers related to Pelastration.

6. Pelastration and matter/energy shifts.
Originally posted by on


We are trapped in definitions which are in fact describing measurements. How big ..., how fast ..., what's the height ...!

But it's not by describing how high the building is ... that you can build him.

You need an engineering image ... a tool. You need a mechanical picture about how Feynman's coupling constant WORKS.

Michio Kaku: "Einstein said that behind every great theory there is a simple physical picture that even lay people can understand. In fact, he said, if a theory does not have a simple underlying picture, then the theory is probably worthless. The important thing is the physical picture; math is nothing but bookkeeping."

When you postulate an unbreakable and strongly elastic membrane that penetrates itself you have that engineering picture. By such pelastration matter and energy are created by layering : density accumulation. And matter and energy can shift by deconnect and reconnect. Couple -> de-couple -> re-couple. White hole -> black hole -> new white hole. You will have all the boundary you need for explaining of type of motion and resonance and gravity. Gravity is embedded in everything, in fact gravity is everything, gravity IS THE MEMBRANE.

Andrei Linde's monopoles are thus divisions of the membrane, but ... and that is very important: Every island/monopole keeps ALL information from it's previous (layer) history. This means also the INTEGRITY of each (local) state space of the (local) system. When a system decays to a black hole the two different hyperspaces return to their historical (original) properties! Ain't that how it should be?

Once you understand the kinetic concept you will notice that strange aspects like the propagation of light in an inertia frame is just very normal. The speed of light is limited by the degree of stretchability of the membrane. And the membrane is also inside the inertia frame.

The problem of the observers position can seen in the strange effect of this layering approach on numbers. As you have seen on the previous image there are two kinds of 3's (with another layering). Now there are five kinds of 4's and fourteen kinds of 5's. These make already 60 unique combinations. So fundamental differences in the state space of those systems.

Seen from the top (from the Eye of Ra) you see the layering difference and it's layering history, but looking upwards (with the view of the monkey) we will analyze and try to find the logic simularities, and we will count just the layers, and we will interpret that the number of layers indicate the state space of that observed system. We will then judge all other systems with an identical number of layers being in an identical state.

© Dirk Laureyssens, 2002. All rights reserved.