We are able to synergize the biological and physical sciences

using musical mathematics as a colorful bridge.


The big Word will call the herd!



This manual refers to an experiment and it is also an explanation for the Website entitled Infiniversal Synergy. However, we are going to explain it so that it will not be necessary to refer to the Website in order to understand what the experiment entails, but there are visual depictions on the Website which may make the verbiage of this manual a bit easier  to understand.

Perhaps at the outset a definition is in order. What is infiniversal synergy? We know what the universe is. Carl Sagan said it is all that we can see, ever will see, ever have seen, and all that has ever been seen. The universe is everything that is seen. However, even though this is a huge universe, it is an infinitesimal part of a vast infiniverse, since  the infiniverse contains all that we see and all that we do not see. (BLENDING BUCKMINSTER FULLER'S SYNERGETICS WITH "DARK" ENERGY)

The word synergy, simply stated, would be, "to symbiotically become one." For the individual, it is rather simple. It might be evidenced as, "experiencing joyful abundance."  Now we can have joy without abundance, and we can have abundance without joy, but this experience of joy with abundance combines the two. Once we are symbiotically one with the infiniverse, we are enjoying abundance, and our abundance is truly joyful. So, joyful abundance and infiniversal synergy are somewhat synonymous for the individual.

For the infiniverse, however, infiniversal synergy means complete cooperation of every human being. Once this is attained, then we can advance ourselves as a civilization—i.e., once we are all symbiotically one with the infiniverse, we will tend to automatically establish a great civilization.

At this time, such an advance in civilization doesn’t seem to be a very reachable goal. 

One reason for this is that so many people find differences with each other rather than similarities. This experiment will be looking for similarities—and for diminishing the differences. However, as many of us realize, it is not easy to always look for similarities among individuals, even among our friends. Chances are, we might have disagreements, but disagreements are something of a back-sliding activity. We want to look for similarities and avoid disagreements—although it is very very difficult—at least for us it is. (It might be easier for you.)

In summary, to describe what infiniversal synergy is, for the individual it is evidenced by experiencing joyful abundance, and for the infiniverse, it is complete cooperation of every human being toward the upliftment and improvement of all human endeavor—i.e., civilization.

How can this be accomplished? We probably can agree that we cannot control other persons. The one person we can control is oneself, and that learning to discipline and direct our own thoughts and actions is the gist of the assignment for each of us.

When we look at the Website of Infiniversal Synergy, we see that it is an involvement of seven different disciplines.  They are (1) Philosophy, (2) Psychology, (3) Biological science, (4) Physical science, (5) The audio arts (represented by music), (6) The visual arts (represented by color), and climaxed with (7) Mathematics. 

We will explain how each of these seven disciplines may be divided into seven parts. Let us start at the beginning, and the beginning starts with the philosophy. What is the philosophy? Well, the philosophy can be practiced by the simplest of persons as well as the most complicated of persons. The simplest way of explaining it may be the way Fred Rogers explained it. (You remember Mr. Rogers. He talked with children, mainly, keeping their interest and contributing to their lives.) 

Fred Rogers said this: “It is difficult not to succeed in life if your goal is to serve.” Think about that. If your goal is to serve, it is easy to succeed, because you do things for people. If you try it, it may seem difficult at first to constantly serve and serve and give and serve. However, we should not reject it until we really make the effort to experience it. Fred Rogers was very successful at what he did, and he did serve nobly and well.

There’s another Rogers who may assist in illustrating this. His name was Roy Rogers. He was the “King of the Cowboys” at one time. He was speaking about marriage when he proposed that “Marriage is not merely a 50/50 proposition. It is a 90/10—both ways.” So if you’re prepared to give 90%, your marriage will probably succeed. Perhaps friendships and other relationships will require an equivalent amount of effort on our part in order to cause them to move forward and become mutually satisfying.

Now Buck Rogers can perhaps tie it all together: Have you heard of him? He was a comic-strip character decades ago whose exploits were also shown in movie theaters. Serial chapters of his adventures were played during Saturday matinees. He was depicted as living in the 25th Century with rocket ships and other futuristic developments.

So if we can serve as Fred Rogers did and give as Roy Rogers did, perhaps we can get to the 25th Century better than Buck Rogers did. The 25th Century is what theoretical physicist Michio Kaku said it would take for us to reach a  number-one civilization.

Michio Kaku speaks of numbered civilizations. We, according to him, are living in a zero civilization right now, and if we can survive up to the 25th Century without blowing ourselves up, we may be able to reach a number-one civilization.

A better point would be this: We can live in that number-one civilization today by giving and serving in our daily lives.

This leads us to Slogan #1:

Give what you can, and serve all you can.

This is the essence of the philosophy upon which this experiment is predicated.

How does this philosophy blend into the other great philosophies developed in history and prehistory? They merge by having an infiniversal language. Such a language would be understood wherever one goes.

An example of such an infiniversal language is illustrated in plane geometry. Each circle has a circumference and a diameter. No matter what size the circle is, the diameter has a specific ratio to the circumference of that same circle  which could be demonstrated and understood infiniversally.

Stan Tenen, the mathematician-philosopher, illustrates that the Hebrew alphabet is a universal language, and each letter can be expressed with a hand gesture. The relationships of the shapes and the relationships of the letters to each other may not make a word in particular, but they may be used as a universal language.

We are indicating that anything that is understood universally will be understood infiniversally (in all that exists, seen and unseen).  Let us illustrate a universal/infiniversal use of language by taking two letters of the Hebrew alphabet. One is called HE. A written explanation for this letter is “THE” (God). The hand gesture for this uses the left hand. The thumb and first two fingers pointing downward form a cup which expresses the letter HE.

Another is the letter TET, “Snake.” This letter is formed by the right hand, using the same three digits, the resultant “cup” pointing upward. If you touch the tips of the index and middle fingers and thumb to the same ones on the opposing hand (thumb to thumb and fingers to fingers), you have what could be called an “Edenic polarity,” with God on the top and Snake on the bottom.

A snake can easily do a 180-degree turn. We can illustrate this by switching the position of the thumbs and fingers so that the two fingers on the one hand are touching the thumb of the other, and vice versa. This turn by the Snake completes a moebius movement, comparable to the moebius band in mathematics. So, instead of having an Edenic polarity, we now have an Edenic singularity, since a moebius band has a single side.

Because we are using the Hebrew alphabet, we will use this Edenic singularity as the “Seed of Abraham.” We will show how seven major great philosophies of the world may be compared illustratively to the seven stages in the life cycle of a tree, beginning with (1) seed, (2) sprout, (3) sapling, (4) tree, (5) buds, (6) flowers, and (7) fruit.

The Seed of Abraham represents the Jews—the Orthodox, Reformed, and other facets of Jewry. Among them are our Low-Income Veterans, and our L-I Vets have opportunity to seek similarities within this group and serve. The (1) Seed of Abraham will germinate into the (2) Sprout of the Tao, having the Cotyledons of Confucius. Lao Tzu and Confucius have philosophic similarities, and our Low-Income Veterans may seek their similar ideas among these two groups and serve.

The Sprout will grow into the (3) Sapling of the Shaman. This group includes the Theists, the Pantheists, the Diests, and the Panspermists, the Mayans, the Incas, the Native North-Americans, the Animists, Shintoists, and anyone else whose philosophy is similar to the belief that God is in everything or that God is everything, or if it’s all just an agreed-upon illusion.

The Sapling of the Shaman (3) will naturally develop into (4) the Tree of Christianity with its many branches. Continuing this analogy, from branches come buds. (5) The Buds of Buddha represent the many denominations of Buddhism. The Buds grow into the (6) Flowers of Dharma, representing Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains. The Flowers of Dharma develop into the (7) Fruit of Islam and Baha’i, also having many branches and containing many seeds of Abraham.

We can spend a lifetime studying any one of these religions or philosophies and still not exhaust the possibilities for good in them. What we are doing is noting that there is one activity which all these groups agree on, and that is service to the common good.  When we are serving within our family and our community, then we automatically serve the rest of civilization. 

All these groups are here.  All are needed, because without the seed, there is no sprout. Without the sprout, there is no sapling. Without the sapling, there is no tree. Without the tree, there are no branches. Without the branches, there are no buds. Without the buds, there are no flowers. Without the flowers, there is no fruit. The cycle is discontinued if any one is missing.

This leads us to Slogan #2:

Seek similarities and serve.

When we are seeking similarities, we naturally diminish differences. We are serving a lesser segment of the community by serving our group, and we automatically thus serve the larger community/world/civilization. The spirit of serving is contagious and spreads throughout our groups, communities, world, and eventually the infiniverse. Serving others creates an energy which returns to us in kind. “For every action there is a reaction, equal in force and opposite in direction,” as Isaac Newton has noted.

Service can also be compared to the water cycle in nature. Water evaporates from the Earth’s surface, rises and forms clouds, condenses and forms rain, which falls again to the ground, completing and continuing the cycle. Service to others returns to us as joyful abundance. "The wages of sin is death,” while "The salary of service is satisfaction," experienced as a plentitude of good things in our lives.

Everything in nature works in cycles. Cycles form ever-expanding spheres of influence. Animals feed on the plants and minerals. The plant and animal life forms ultimately return to the Earth when they die and replenish the mineral substrata out of which the cycles begin again, thus expanding energy influence among these “kingdoms.” Such cycles form ever-expanding spheres of influence.

Those who serve can tap into the energy pool which is recognized all over the world. The Japanese call it ki, the Chinese call it chi, the East Indians call it prana, the Taoists call it tao (the Way), etc. Athletes call it being in the zone. Christians feel and speak of “an indwelling of the Holy Spirit.”

This energy can be tapped by all people in any endeavor when they are moving toward perfection in anything.  This certainly would also include moving toward perfect prayer. As we practice doing anything aiming at perfection, we train our muscles and thoughts to move with greater efficiency and precision. Eventually, the autonomic nervous system takes over, and the action becomes effortless.

Serving is also like this. Service or movement towards perfection taps into the great energy source. So the more we serve, the less hard work it becomes, and the more we are concentrating energies—which eventually affect a larger and larger sphere until it finally reaches the infiniverse.

This brings us to Slogan #3:

If the move is toward perfection, it is in the right direction.

The second of our seven disciplines is psychology, and this discipline is used to support the philosophy of serving. We have chosen a simplified version of a psychology called Transactional Analysis. Anytime we have contact with another human being or work on a project, we call these transactions. Sometimes we get emotionally involved in transactions, and it is a good idea to reflect upon them after we get away from the emotion we experienced. When we do this, we are able to improve our future transactions through analyzing them without getting hooked in the emotionality involved. That is a simple way of explaining Transactional Analysis.

We can use this psychology to support the philosophy of service toward the greatest good.

There are seven divisions in this kind of psychology: (1) the Adult, (2) the Nurturing Parent, (3) the Controlling Parent, (4) the Angry Parent, (5) the Nurtured Child, (6) the Controlled Child, and (7) the Angry Child. We all have, at one time or another, chosen all these states of mind. (The originator of this form of psychology was Eric Berne.)

The Parent and the Child states of mind can be very emotional. In this psychology, the Adult state of mind would be without emotion. Adult-to-Adult transactions are not usually complicated.

If indeed someone chooses to come on to us as the Nurturing Parent, a successful transaction to this would be to choose our own Nurtured Child state of mind. If someone comes on to us as a Controlling Parent, a successful transaction is to react to it from our Controlled Child state of mind.  Angry Parent and Angry Child is seldom a successful transaction. We virtually never have a successful transaction in anger.

Since our goal is to serve the greatest good, we must use discernment to choose our own state of mind to support this goal, regardless of what states of mind others may choose. Serving with discernment means using wisdom.

You will get information by reading this information; however, you will not get knowledge or wisdom. We are using specific definitions for these three important words.

Knowledge comes from truly testing information to our satisfaction. If we find that the information is true, this information becomes part of our knowledge. If we find the information is false, this also becomes part of our knowledge. Applying our knowledge toward the greatest good is wisdom. This means that we do not necessarily have to have a lot of knowledge in order to practice wisdom. We are able to practice wisdom regardless of how little knowledge we may have. Let us remember; however, “From those who have more, more is expected.”

Since we are discussing wisdom, perhaps we could mention our SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM: (1) Pure Thought, (2) Virtuous Action, (3) Magnetic Commitment, (4) Steadfast Determination, (5) Sincere Prayer, (6) Divine Faith, and (7) Humble Servitude.

This brings us to our Slogan #4:

We paraphrase Ralph Waldo Emerson. Thoughts lead to actions, actions lead to habits, habits lead to character, character leads to destiny. (Actions can also lead to thoughts.)

“We are spinning our own fates, good or evil, never to be undone. The smallest stroke of virtue or vice leaves its ever-so-little scar. The drunken Rip Van Winkle…excuses himself from every fresh dereliction by saying, ‘I won’t count this time.’ Well, he may not count it, and a kind Heaven may not count it, but it is being counted, nonetheless. Down among his nerve cells and fibers, the molecules are counting it, registering and storing it up to be used against him when the next temptation comes. Nothing we ever do is, in strict scientific literalness, wiped out.” (Author: William James)

All of the above is comparatively easy for us to test by personal experience, but the following will take a bit more research, involving astronomical physiology all the way down to quantum mechanics where nanotechnology may have to be used.  To begin with, we will discuss the septedemensional organization of the infiniverse. We briefly mentioned the concentration of the energy expanding spheres of influence, and the infiniverse is organized by various concentrations of energy. There are seven of them, and we might think of them as contained in a tetrahedral pyramid.

When we go from the base of the pyramid to tip of it, we get concentrated volumes. Inside the base of the pyramid, we have the (1) mineral concentration of energy, sometimes called the mineral life essence. Just above that is (2) the energy of greater concentration, called the plant life essence. (3) Next is the animal level of concentration of energy, or animal life essence. (4) The spiritual concentration of energy, sometimes called the spiritual life essence is next. (5) Above that would be the cosmic concentration of energy, sometimes called the cosmic life essence. (6) Following that is the Angelic concentration of energy, sometimes called the Angelic life essence. (7) After the Angelic concentration of energy comes the Celestial concentration of energy, or the Celestial life essence.

Each concentration of energy is infinite and has influence on all the levels below it. We can see that something like this organization of levels of energy would be difficult to test. However, it is interesting to note that we as human beings are on the spiritual level, using animal-like bodies.

This leads us to the next organization of seven, which would be the building blocks of the human body. In the human body (1) atoms are the building blocks of (2) molecules. (3) Molecules are the building blocks of the cells. (4) Cells are the building blocks of tissues. (5) Tissues are the building blocks of organs. (6) Organs are the building blocks of systems, and (7) systems are the building blocks of the organism.

Most textbooks would describe the human body as having the brain as the thinking organ. Many would say that the brain is like a magnificent electrochemical computer, which is true. However, we are proposing that all original thought comes from the heart. Because the spirit life essence is in the blood, and the blood passes through the heart, containing information of the cells and DNA of the organism, all original thought comes from the heart. This original thought is either expressed immediately and/or sent to the brain for storage. We call this “Heart-felt Thinking.”

Thus, the building blocks work as a single entity. We are part of the singularity called the human race, and each one of us is a building block of the whole race. Any damage we do to each other, we also simultaneously damage the whole. This shows one imperfection of our relationships with each other.

Not so with the physical sciences. The physical science’s seven building blocks are illustrated as perfection. (1) Atoms are the building blocks of (2) molecules, molecules are building blocks of (3) planets. Planets are the building blocks of (4) solar systems. Solar systems are the building blocks of (5) galaxies. Galaxies are the building blocks of (6) the universe. The universe is the material substance of (7) the infiniverse.

To simplify one of the equations used in physics, “Rotation times mass equals angular momentum.” When the cosmos rotates, it opens a gate to the Celestial concentration of energy. The energy is released to the largest spheres, which would be the stars, thus creating the light of the stars, with the excess energy being absorbed by the smaller bodies, as evidenced by the process of volcanic action and other quakes and quirks.

Textbooks state that stars get their energy from nuclear reactions.  We are proposing that the angular momentum of the universe taps the Celestial energy concentration since wherever you have concentrated energy, it tends to move to areas of lesser concentration. Thus, the Celestial life essence provides the energy for all the stars. This is very similar to Richard C. Hoagland’s energy summary: the energy of a star may not have a nuclear reaction as an origin. We call this Hoagland’s “Music of the Spheres.” (Opus 19.5)

Richard C’s symphony leads us to the perfect organization of the audio fine arts and its septetonal basis: do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, -- or C, D, E, F, G, A, B. One can easily see that the infinite number of in-between notes with higher and lower octives give infinite creative possibilities. Additionally, we can study this fine art to limitless depths.

The perfection of the visual arts is comparable to the audio arts. Many of us remember “Roy G. Biv” – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet with their unlimited hues, shades, and brightness. Both the audio and visual fine arts are composed of vibrations, and how they merge is certainly beyond the scope of this manual.

Now we will move to the final division of seven, which is mathematics. Geometric mathematics is organized in dimensions: (1) One dimension is represented by a point. (2) Two dimensions are represented by a triangle-length and width. (3) Three dimensions are represented by a tetrahedron-length, width, and depth. (4) Albert Einstein indicated that the fourth dimension is time, and we are using time, rotation, and circulation as synonyms. Thus, the fourth dimension is cosmic circulation. (5) The fifth dimension is cosmic mass. (6) The sixth dimension is the Angelic algorithm, and (7) the seventh dimension is the great infiniversal angular momentum 

(The Great - I AM)

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