The Greatest Master Muhyiddin Ibn al-Arabi

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The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos

The Single Monad

Ibn Arabi is the only scholar who was able to formulate a unique cosmological model that is capable of explaining our observations as well as many phenomena in physics and cosmology, and even solve some perplexing modern and historical riddles in science and philosophy such as the EPR paradox and Zeno paradoxes of motion. Moreover, the Single Monad Model explains for the first time in history the importance of the “week” as a basic unit of space and time together. This prodigious theory is based on the notion of the intertwining days where Ibn Arabi shows that at every instance of time there is indeed one full week of creation that takes place in the globe.

The Duality of Time Theory, that results from the Single Monad Model, explains how multiplicity is dynamically emerging from absolute Oneness, at every instance of our normal time! This theory leads to the Ultimate Symmetry of space and its instantaneous breaking into the physical and psychical creations, with two hyperbolically orthogonal arrows of time. This will explain super-symmetry and matter-antimatter asymmetry, in addition to uniting the principles of Relativity and Quantum theories, as well as the psychical and spiritual domains; all based on the same genuinely-complex time-time geometry that provides the smooth link between the corpuscular physical particles and the absolute homogeneous (Euclidean) space, via four distinctive levels of symmetry: normal, super, hyper and ultimate, in addition to the original level of absolute Oneness. All these symmetries will be naturally incorporated in the Standard Model of Elementary Particles, after discovering the hidden granular geometry revealed by the duality of time theory. That's why the Cosmos is built exclusively on 1x2x3x4=24 fermions, plus 4 bosons, in addition to the original complex-scaler field. These four/five fundamental levels of geometry are reflected in Nature on many levels, such as the four classical elements (and their quintessence), the five regular Polyhedra (known as the Platonic Solids), the Kaaba (with its cubic shape and four cardinal posts) and the Five Pillars of Islam.

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