Matter, Means of Evolution of Forces
The Universe is immense. Infinite in space and time. In this space-time immensity there is not a single place, however small, that is not occupied by matter. Already Aristotle said: "Nature abhors the vacuum." He based his assertion on the conviction that all space must be filled with something, even if it cannot be detected by our senses or instruments. He was right.
Matter that fills the entire Universe is found in innumerable states of density. In each of these states there are acting forces. Therefore, forces are also found in every corner of the Universe. Hence, we may dare to extend the statement of the respected philosopher by saying that "nature abhors the vacuum and the absence of forces".
Forces are in constant and permanent evolution. In this process they use matter forming bodies and performing phenomena, many of which earth science already knows and explains them in terms of laws, also universal.
Dense matter: the variety of densities of matter leads to classifying it into categories, which define fields where forces manifest themselves. Among these fields, what is familiar to us is that of dense matter, where forces form atoms, and with them molecules and innumerable other more complex bodies, in a continuous vibratory dynamics of composition and decomposition, aggregation and disintegration. Because of all this complexity and richness of vibrations, we can say that the atoms and structures built with them have life.
Therefore, matter is not inert, on the contrary, it carries an extraordinary amount of energy. We already know how to take advantage of some of this energy, either to facilitate and give new directions to earthly life, or to annihilate it, as humanity sadly witnessed in the not too distant past.
Dense matter also offers the means and conditions for the spirit to develop and perfect attributes. It provides resources for engineers to build machines, architects to design buildings, biologists to understand life in its manifestation in all domains of nature. And so on.
Other categories, less known to human science under its current conditions, are etheric matter and fluidic matter.
Etheric matter: In a state of very subtle density, etheric matter surrounds and penetrates physical worlds (planets, stars, etc.). Earth, for example, is involved and penetrated by this category of matter as well as the physical bodies found in the realms of nature (mineral, plant, animal and hominal). Etheric matter serves as a mediating link between the action of forces on dense matter. In it are recorded the laws governing the growth and development of plants, to cite an example.
It is in this mass of etheric matter that the spirit, during the formation of the fetus, will find and gather around his fluidic body the material suitable to the program he established in his spiritual world before reincarnating. For example, with it is formed the model, or archetype, that will determine the physical appearance of the body in which it will incarnate. This (body) can be beautiful or less so, have the voice of a singer or the sensitivity of an artist, etc. Every reincarnation is assisted and administered by spirits of the Superior Astral. They are aware of the influence of the genetic factor on the formation of the physical body. Therefore, a spirit will not reincarnate in a body that can prevent the realization of what was programmed in the spiritual world.
In the etheric matter are found other suitable and necessary elements for the spirit to develop and to improve his own faculties and attributes. After the disincarnation, the etheric matter remains in the environment from which it was withdrawn.
For the reasons mentioned above, in the Christian rationalistic philosophy this matter is called the "etheric matrix."
Fluidic matter: In the Universe there are many spiritual worlds where the spirit stays between one stage to another of his evolutionary process. The matter available in these worlds is generically called fluidic. It makes up the fluidic body of the spirit. This body always accompanies the spirit, but the fluidic matter of which it is composed is being replaced as the spirit evolves and climbs to more diaphanous worlds.
Little is known about the resources that fluidic matter makes available to the spirit. It is known, however, that forces (spirits) that have reached a high degree of evolution use fluidic matter to produce phenomena that cannot even be imagined.
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