In the 17 - 1800’s, scientists noticed patterns in the elements of the earth, and they began to categorize them into groups. Over the years, the groups grew into what has become known as the “Periodic Table of Elements”, in which Carbon, Oxygen and Nitrogen took centre stage. Before this time, humans experienced the elements but they did not fully understand how to work with them.
We are at a parallel point in time, in which we “know” that there is more to discover, but we haven’t yet laid claim to the understanding of it. Fortunately, we are about to repeat the historic process of unveiling a whole new set of energy and “matter”. We are at the pivotal point of learning that our current Periodic Table of Elements is not a stopping point, but is just “one of” the pages amongst an infinite number of pages, in an extraordinary Quantum Book of Tables. This extraordinary “book” chronicles a system of energy and “matter”, in which each page is a phase shift of the other.
We can already hear the sound of the new page turning, as it curls and lifts off the other pages, and “shifts” right in front of us ... it has already begun. We are about to turn a page in the Quantum Book of Tables … and as exciting as that is, we need to know that we will NOT gain a glimpse into what will be, but into what has always been.
Imagine a ballet dancer with her foot raised off the floor, and with pointed toe, about to take that first step across the stage. In an instant she already recalls the whole of the performance … where each step is as much about synchronizing to the music and to the story telling of the dance, as it is about the discipline and talent of the dancer. What unfolds with each step and musical note, is a thing of beauty, and once the observer sees it, there is no going back.
What we are about to uncover will seem like a pinnacle of discovery, but we will never reach that point, because God is infinite, and there will always be one more revelation from a realm that has infinite portrayals of itself. The question isn’t “Does a new page exist?”, but “Will we dedicate it to God?”.