Cosmogenesis – Rebirth of the Universe
The SD tells us, that Space as an abstraction is endless, but in its concreteness it becomes a representation of something deeper, manifesting ideas from a realm of potentialities in regular intervals, every time on a more perfect plane according to the law of evolution, an ongoing process of activity and rest called the “Days and Nights of Brahma” in Hindu Philosophy.
It always starts again where it has left, all memory being stored in the spiritual essence of Akasa, a subjective energy field containing the ideation of the Universe. Akasa or Mulaprakriti is the rootless root of Nature, which is perfectly unknown to us, says HPB in her SD Commentaries.
It is a bit like a Black Hole in Astrophysics, into which very massive stars collapse at the end of their life cycle, disappearing in a Black Hole which we cannot penetrate (ZME Science.) Nothing can escape a black hole or the unknown darkness, not even light. But the eminent British physicists Stephen Hawking suggested, that information is still retained at the boundary of black holes, known as the event horizon. Quantum mechanics dictates that anything – that is matter and energy – can be broken down into information, strings of 1s and 0s for instance.
A consequence of this rule is, that information can never disappear, not even if the matter or energy it is linked to is being sucked into a black hole,
because it does not just vanish in its fathomless depth, but is trapped at the event horizon or its boundary, waiting for its next time of manifestation, like the skandhas in Theosophy. Science calls this process nowadays the ‘Big Bounce’. (SDI p.615) Space is the real world, while our world is an artificial one, says the SD, but it is a unity in its bottomless depth as with its illusive surface, a surface studded with countless phenomenal Universes, systems and mirage-like worlds.
s do their work assuming a 2D universe, the laws of physics make more sense.