Valdir Aguilera
 Físico e pesquisador



How to 'Measure' the Degree of Evolution of the Spirit

Valdir Aguilera

The Universe is a continuous and inexhaustible source of force particles. Elemental forces are being created, or better said: individualized from a Whole, each moment in an eternal and endless process. Force (like energy or matter) is, therefore, quantized. This statement opens promising paths, but not yet covered by scientists.

We can form an idea of the "creation" process by taking the sea as an example. Water molecules constantly evaporate from the ocean and develop a well-known cycle that is completed by their return, by various paths, to their own origin, the ocean. When we think of forces, this picture is partially acceptable. Just as water molecules return to their origin, so do forces, except that water molecules remain water molecules as before, while forces, when merging with the Whole of their origin, they do it carrying many attributes that they did not have originally. These attributes were acquired and developed along multiple return paths.

When they detach themselves from this source (Universal Force), which extends throughout the Universe, the elemental forces immediately begin to act on a portion of the matter that is in its fluidic state - and in innumerable categories of density -, occupying the entire extension of the Universe. The category of matter at this early stage of action of elemental forces is that of fluidic matter in its highest density state. This matter undergoes modifications in its density, as the force is transformed (see below).

In their early stages, forces have a minimum of attributes. It is these attributes that determine the category (density) of matter in which forces act. Apparently, the first physical property manifested by matter by the action of the elemental force is its mass. Other properties will emerge as the force gains more attributes.

This process of acquiring attributes marks a force transformation. This transformation by enrichment of attributes is called evolution. Evolve is therefore a synonym for transforming.

All forces, when they are "born", have the same intensity, which is translated by the power they have to act on matter. This equality of the intensities of the elementary physical forces is foreseen by the Standard Model of Modern Physics, but occurs only in exceedingly small regions. In the evolutionary process, the intensities will change. In the physical plane, for example, where forces already exhibit a series of attributes, they present themselves with quite different orders of intensity.

How to characterize the attributes of forces? By detaching itself from the infinite universal focus, the force brings with it an intrinsic attribute: it vibrates in a primitive mode. As it evolves, in the above-mentioned process, it starts to vibrate in many other ways. In the physical plane, each mode of vibration is responsible for a property of the body in which it acts. Thus, all properties of elementary particles (mass, charge, spin, etc.) are consequences of these various modes of the force vibration.

The process of evolution of forces involves, therefore, the acquisition of more and more modes of vibration. For this to be possible, the fluidic matter on which they operate is being replaced by matter of diminishing density. The matter used by the forces becomes more diaphanous.

Opening a parentheses for a digression, it is possible that the "vibrating strings" suggested by the String Theory are nothing more than the elemental forces proposed here. In that theory, among the first properties manifested by the "strings" lies the mass, as conjectured above. Note that "strings" exist only in the mathematical structure of the theory; they are mathematical entities. Here they have physical existence, in the form of elemental forces. Let's close parentheses.

The attributes of the forces are thus characterized by their modes of vibration. The more attributes it possesses, the more evolved is the force. In other words, and responding to the initial challenge, we can "measure" the degree of evolution of a force by the variety of modes in which it vibrates. When force acquires sufficient attributes - by successive transformations along its journey through the various kingdoms of nature -, it is in position to organize a physical body, to act in it, and to receive the denomination of spirit. It is a new stage in which it will continue to enrich itself with new modes of vibration.

Note that at this stage of interaction, the force already "knows", it has sufficient attributes to organize and operate on all "minor" forces that act in the constitution, organization and operation of the physical body. When we learn these attributes, or modes of vibration, we will be able to "measure" the degree of evolution of a spirit.

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