What is Macrocosmic Quantum Theory?

In order to explain what Macrocosmic Quantum Theory is it may be best to give a short overview. The latter theory was developed in the beginning of the 20th century in order to explain the nature of matter and some of its interactions with light. The German physicist Max Planck was the first to suggest that radiation from black bodies could be expressed as energy packages or what he would call quanta or a quantum in singular. Especially at a time when many physicists believed that all major problems in their science had been solved, Planck hesitated to publish his proposal, but since this was the solution that made sense mathematically he went ahead with this. Einstein however in 1905 used the idea of quantization successfully to explain the photoelectric effect in after this it got increased momentum. Theorists then increasingly became aware that the microcosmic world functioned according to different principles than our everyday world. The most important step in the direction of a quantum theory that was then taken by Niels Bohr through the atomic model he published in 1913. The success of this model led scientists such as Heisenberg, De Broglie and others to further expand on the concept of quantization and especially with Schrödinger’s wave equation quantum mechanics a model of the atom essentially what it is today was developed.

Schrödinger’s wave equation describes how electron orbitals are defined by specific geometries, which we can identify as quantum states. Hence, quantum mechanics defines how geometries organize energy, and the properties of all matter (all elements) is created by the build-up of such quantum states to higher levels. A shift from one such state to another is called a quantum leap and the energy needed to bring about such a leap is called a quantum. A quantum leap is instantaneous and in contrast to in Newtonian physics shifts in potential energy do not take place gradually or continuously. To further highlight the differences between Newtonian and quantum physics it might be added that the different electrons in different quantum states are entangled and that their effects are non-local implying that everything in the universe is connected through an underlying quantum field.

Fig 1. According to the Schrödinger equation quantum states are energy distributions organized in accordance with specific geometries (in this case for the hydrogen atom).
Fig 2. The Periodic System of the Elements is created by the build-up of quantum states adding to the most basic ones in the Hydrogen atom.

The above was a short summary of microcosmic quantum theory, which is really the only form of quantum theory that is accepted by established science. For a long time modern physics has however tried to unify the quantum theory that describes the microcosmic realm well with Einstein’s theory of general relativity which describes the macrocosmic space-time and gravitational phenomena. Attempts at such a unification, sometimes talked about as a Theory of Everything, have however not been successful and according to the official world of science the microcosmos is described by one theory with one set of basic premises – quantum mechanics – while the macrocosmos is best described by another theory – general relativity – with another set of basic premises.

This state of affairs is obviously not very satisfactory. If we take as a starting point the common intuition that everything is connected to everything else, then we would expect the macrocosmos and the microcosmos to function in accordance with some common principles because how could you argue that the two classes of phenomena were connected otherwise. In order to create a unified theory about the workings of the universe what I have then done is to develop a macrocosmic quantum theory, which is not identical with the microcosmic theory but shares many basic principles with this that may help us understand how the universe works. Macrocosmic Quantum Theory in fact provides a complete explanation to the evolution of life in all of its aspects ranging from the first appearance of bacteria to the current development of artificial intelligence. It shows that the universe is designed to create life and how this happens through macrocosmic quantum shifts in the center of the universe. As it turns out such a theory is not just about the properties of dead matter (such as mass), but about the evolution of life, which ultimately finds its origin in quantum shifts.

At the time, when I started to think about how the universe evolves there would be a consensus in the scientific community that this would happen through events of a physical nature that were randomly dispersed in time and Darwinism would purportedly explain this when it comes to biological evolution. Similarly, when it came to the historical evolution of mankind with its technological, social, religious and other mental aspects, the changes that have taken place have always been explained by phenomena of a material nature. An explanation as to why there is an evolution in the first place was however clearly missing, but as I started to study the ancient Mayan calendar system this made evident patterns in the evolutionary process that pointed to common principles for this regardless of what form of evolution was considered. Certain sources were important for me to come to this realization. José Argüelles book The Mayan Factor in very broad terms demonstrated that historic evolution was related to the various baktun shifts in the so-called Long Count, the Long Term chronology of the Maya. Moreover, Freidel, Schele and Parker’s book Maya Cosmos showed that there were a number of other such calendar counts that provide a framework for evolution at several different levels including the Big Bang, the primordial quantum shift in the history of our universe. These observations compelled me to study how the various events in the history of the universe matched up with the various shift points in the Mayan calendar system, which I spent a few years studying in the time period 1993-1996. The results were stunning in their consistency and it became clear to me that evolution in all of its aspects follow wave patterns. These patterns could be summarized in the Periodic System of Evolution, which while it is different from the Periodic System of the Elements in Fig 1 shares some very important commonalities. The first is that both systems are periodic and the second is that they are based on the build-up of quantum states. Similarly to how there initially (1800’s) were gaps in the system of the elements, there remain gaps in the periodic systems of evolution (notably in the 3rd Wave), which hopefully continued research will be able to fill in. It may be obvious from the Periodic System in Fig 3 that events in the history of the universe do not occur at random point in time, but seems to fit into what you might call a cosmic plan.

Fig 3. The Periodic System of Evolution (up until 2011) is created by the wave movement of seven peaks and valleys (column 1) in Nine different waves. Hence, while each wave develops a specific and different kind of phenomena and has a unique frequency, the process from “seed” to “mature fruit” in seven plus six steps is identical and this is why there is a periodicity. (Note: the 8th and the 9th waves are not included in this Table. They have so high frequencies that it becomes difficult to identify peak by peak their specific manifestations)

While this pattern might have been looked upon as a novelty to modern people it is quite consistent with the calendar system of the ancient Maya, who cut its essence in stone in the pyramid of Kukulcan at Chichen-Itza. Nine levels (quantum states of consciousness) developed by Serpents (waves) of seven peaks and six valleys each (see the shadows on the staircase of the pyramid in Fig 4.)

Fig 4. The nine-storied Pyramid of the Plumed Serpent in Chichen-Itza with the seven triangles of light and six of darkness (picture taken at the spring equinox).

This multitude of correlations was of course on a collision course with many of the fundamental assumptions that modern scholarship and science. Depending on a person’s preferences it may be looked upon as an advantage or disadvantage that the Macrocosmic Quantum Theory is consistent with an ancient world view of Serpent creator gods. As an example of such a wave I show the 1st Wave (the lowest level of pyramid), which created the earliest life forms on our planet, but really originates already at the Big Bang. This implies that this universe exists in order to create life and that we are not here by accident but as part of a much larger cosmic scenario.

Fig 5. The 1st Wave creating the first monocellular organisms on our planet. The peaks mean that steps forward in the creation of life are taken and their beginnings fit very well with what we know about the timing of the appearance of the first cells. Even if we do not know what the simpler life forms (preceding the formation of our earth 4.5 billion years ago) would look like the wave took its beginning with the Big Bang and we can thus conclude that the potential of creating life in the universe goes back to its birth.

The purpose here is just to convey some essential features of Macrocosmic Quantum Theory, and for details I refer the interested reader to my books, which respond to possible objections etc. What should be pointed out also here however is that in this theory all forms of evolution (whether galactic, biological, spiritual, mental or technological, etc) are explained within the same conceptual framework. The various waves then convey different quantum states form the cosmic center that human beings develop resonance with and absorb. This explains essentially all aspects of human history and Fig 6 shows how the human relationship to the divine has been altered depending on what quantum state has shaped the human mind.

A few of the quantum states in Fig 6 were described by the ancient Maya in terms of their geometries, who also provided a cosmic source for these in what they would call the “Place of Creation”, the “Raised-u p-Sky-Place” or the Tree of Life. The dark fields in them create what shamans would call veils limiting the ability of humans to see the full reality. The point to realize is that as human beings develop resonance with these states they will also start to see reality through the types of filters these provide. So for instance when people primarily resonated with the 6th Wave, they saw the world through duality favoring the left brain half. As a result, a patriarchal mentality dominated the world for approximately 5000 years and only as the higher waves have later been activated this particular mentality has been transcended. The steps between these different quantum states are however quantum leaps and humanity has not yet completed the last such leap, that to the 9th Wave, which only became accessible in 2011 BCE.

Fig 6. The basic Macrocosmic Quantum States of the higher waves, their times of activation and the resulting influence in the Human relationship to the Divine.