Chapter 3

Essenceism and the vision of the universe

Essenceism tries to describe the beginning of the universe, taking into account both the latest scientific discoveries and its latest theory of creationism. In both cases, it starts from a state in which everything began in a process unimaginable to us. Science is making various hypotheses on this point. Some astrophysicists believe that space-time arose from the original singularity, and others from the transformation of quantum space-time, perhaps resulting from the collapse of the previous universe. Thus, some believe that the universe arose out of nothing, and others that it is just another form of infinitely transforming universes.

Essenceism has a hypothesis about it. He claims that this phenomenon most likely comes from the "inside" of the sphere beyond time and space. This sphere is too difficult to study with current scientific methods because it is not directly related to the space-time of the universe. However, it is a coherent solution to the puzzle of the origin of the universe.

Beginning in the first half of the 20th century, science used the latest technology to investigate the origins of the cosmos. She noticed that first there was some peculiar impulse that started the phenomenon called the Big Bang. It was a great discovery comparable to the discovery of the DNA code. The analysis of the very beginning of the existence of the cosmos continues to this day, and although science often "flexes its muscles", proclaiming that it has understood this initial peculiarity, modesty requires refraining from euphoria.

Both the point of view of science and essenceism predict that the phenomenon under study was a sudden emergence of a new reality. According to science, the so-called cosmological inflation caused the expansion of the elusive state of reality carrying with it all the energy of the universe, that is, the ordinary and the dark. This happened at a speed much greater than that of light and in a time that was different from the current passage of light. There has been a stretching of its course, which should be called temporary inflation. Therefore, it is worth understanding this event well. Since space was expanding at a speed much faster than the speed of light, time, according to Einstein's theory of relativity, passed so much slower, or actually almost stood still. In this state, from a single point called the singularity, the fundamental form of the universe was suddenly born. This is how scientists explain the vision of the Big Bang they describe. From their point of view, it was an incredibly rapid expansion of an unknown "environment". It could indeed look as if something suddenly arose out of nothing. No wonder then that the fact of the Big Bang is still beyond scientific research possibilities. Essenceism confirms that it was an event that exceeded the hitherto image of mankind about the creation of the universe. It was even described as a kind of explosion, which gave it its popular name: Big Bang.

According to essenceism, we have a process before us to investigate that began in complete darkness. They symbolize a state beyond time and space that eludes all research instruments at the disposal of science. This is how it looks graphically::


W niewyobrażalnie krótkim czasie w formie Wielkiego Wybuchu ten stan zmienił się w to:


My system explores the state beyond time and space from the very beginning. For its part, it wants to relieve science, as it can only deal with phenomena happening in the space-time of the universe. Thus, essenceism without conflict with the results of scientific research claims that at some point from one point, which was a "window" between two states of reality, the process of creating the universe took place. Figuratively this initial state can also be imagined as an impenetrable "curtain" separating the sphere beyond time and space from the space-time of the emerging cosmos. This means that on the "causal" side of this "curtain" we have a sphere beyond time and space, and on the "effect" side of the forming universe. The fact that the above-mentioned singularity appears can be compared to the "keyhole" in the "gate" between the sphere beyond time and space presented by essenceism and the space-time of the universe. his "window" or this "keyhole" is precisely that mysterious passage to the new reality, deserving the name of singularity. This transition must have recreated an already existing source of energy, because everything that exists in the universe was made of energy. Here there is a fundamental difference between the theory of essenceism and purely scientific theories. Most scientists still claim that the universe arose from nothing, while essenceism represents the Source of Energy from the First Cause. This is why my system puts forward a thesis about the initial primary energy coming from the Original Being. At the same time, this transition took place according to specific laws of physics, both ordinary and quantum. So these laws must have existed before. Essenceism claims that their source, as in the case of primary energy, is also the Original Being existing in the sphere beyond time and space. It can therefore be said that through the infinitely small "isthmus" (singularity) the Creator poured into the forming space-time all the energy necessary for the creation of the universe.

In this regard, the great world religions such as Christianity and Islam have a simple message that behind the creation of all things is God, whom they give different names, such as Heavenly Father, Allah, or simply the Creator. Also, essenceism points to Intelligent Cause, that is, the Original Being, as the source of the universe's existence. However, according to my system, the course of the creation of the universe before and at the time of the appearance of the singularity should not be an act of faith, but knowledge that does not conflict with science.

Essenceism, unlike science, assumes the existence of a First Cause associated with the source sphere beyond time and space. Therefore, the goal of my system is to introduce knowledge about its necessary participation in the creation of the universe. This means that before the moment of the Big Bang it takes into account the existence of its source, and the one that existed from the infinitely retrograde past. In other words, it means that the universe has its Creator, or actually emerged from Him. This is because, according to essenceism, the Original Being fills the whole state beyond time and space, and His primary energy and laws are integrated with Him, creating unity with His Personality.

Essenceism, despite a different explanation of the origin of our reality, does not come into conflict with science, which for objective reasons defines the Big Bang phenomenon as something that could have arisen by itself. Simply, scientists cannot consider the determination that the universe has a Creator. They still do not have the appropriate research instruments to determine whether this phenomenon happened by itself or was caused by the activity of Intelligent First Cause. Even more so, they are not able to investigate whether the possible Creator acted with a specific plan for His work. There is a fundamental difference between the interpretation of essenceism and the scientific one. Unfortunately, the teaching of science that the universe arose from itself resembles this attitude to religious faith in which God performed a miracle and created the existing state of all things out of nothing. Meanwhile, essenceism invariably claims that the Original Being shaped the space-time of the universe according to Its attributes from Himself. In other words, He did it from His primordial energy formed by the laws inherent in Him, and more precisely thanks to His Intelligence, Will and Emotionality, which are the source of these Laws.

Summarizing the above, it should be stated that during the Big Bang an extraordinary time-extension related to the gigantic expansion of space took place. In the Big Bang so defined, we had to deal with the appearance of primeval energy and the accompanying laws that governed it. The laws quoted here and the "material" in the form of primary energy could not, according to essenceism, appear out of nowhere. Everything indicates that they were attributes of the Original Being. I am talking about it now, while explaining the formation of the universe, because I do not agree with the "physical" description of the formation of the universe. Trying to reconcile both concepts, we can associate the primary energy at the disposal of the Original Being with all energy of the universe, including dark energy and dark matter. To this should be added the source laws derived from the aforementioned Original Being with the laws of physics, both quantum and classical, and the principles of theoretical astrophysics.

We still have a choice whether the universe was created by chance or as a deliberate work of the Original Being. In the latter concept, a man appeared as the final act of His work, who still judges what happened at the beginning.

For now, our present knowledge does not give a clear answer both to the accidental emergence of the universe and to the planned operation of the Original Being. Then we have a choice:

It is:

Błysk Wielkiego Wybuchu

albo tego:

1. big-bang_2a_Architect ENG











Essenceism -

Analytical system of understanding the existence of God, the spiritual world and man's eternity

This website presents the contents of the books about the analytical system called essenceism        that shaped the Theory of Eternal Existence

 1. Essenceism 1 - “God is not from this world”- (scientific understanding of God)

 2. Essenceism 2 - “We are from this world”- (understanding of man towards God)

 3. Essenceism 3 - “Evil is from this world”- (understanding of evil)

 4. Essenceism 4 - “Vision not from this world”- (understanding of salvation)

 5. Essenceism 5 - “Eternity is not from this world”- (understanding of eternity)

 6. Essenceism 6 - “Unreal gods from this world”- (understanding of religions)

  7. Essenceism 7 - “Love from this and not from this world- (understanding of love)