You will have to click on youtube to hear the enhanced OM of the cosmic generator.
Paul A. LaViolette, PH. D.
The Om is the “sound” of cosmic creation that occurs throughout the universe. In the context of the ancient physics of subquantum kinetics, it is the minute energy impulse imparted when each etheron pops into existence in its new etheron state in the course of its endless journey through ether states. Shiva Nataraja, the Cosmic Dancer, creates this sound by shaking the drum which he holds in his upper right hand, his hand of creation. In his left hand he holds the flame of dissolution which represents the departure of etherons as they transmute into the next etheric state in their chain of evolution. Together this process of etheron creation and dissolution denotes the ever-present cosmic flux.
The Om also signifies the continual omnipresent fluctuation of the ether, the substrate that extends throughout the universe, underlies our physical existence, and forms what physicists call the zero-point energy continuum. This stochastic subquantum vibration is driven by the random transmutation events that etherons are continuously undergoing. Every subatomic particle that is continously created throughout the universe is nucleated by a rare mega-fluctuation, or critical fluctuation, that from time to time emerges from this zero-point continuum. Hence the process of physical creation is ultimately spawned by the Om.
A more complete explanation of the symbolism of Shiva and of the etheric significance of the Om sound may be found in Genesis of the Cosmos.
Continuous Creation Cosmology
“According to subquantum kinetics, the transmuting ether is the wellspring of Creation. It continually regenerates and maintains the physical universe every moment. If this continual activity were to diminish from its present rate, your physical body, your house, the Earth, the Sun, the countless planets and stars filling the vast expanse of space, in fact, all the subatomic particles and energy waves composing our physical universe would gradually dissipate, disolving into a state of uniformity. What would remain would be the vast and unfathomable, ever-present multi-dimensional consciousness, of which we all are a part, and whose featureless calm “surface” would have once generated our beautiful physical universe. But our physical universe has remained in existence for many trillions of years and any such dissolution is not expected for many trillions of years to come. A similar paradigm is expressed in the Hindu creation story of Vishnu and Brahma (see Genesis of the Cosmos, chapter 6).”
From older posts
Explaining OM using quantum physics is a bit beyond my pay grade, so Dr. LaViolette’s explanations are extremely helpful. All I have ever done is listen to the sound and see my own chakras. Monks chant OM to draw this vibration closer to them. It is the cosmic generator. You can hear it partially by holding a sea shell to your ear. The Vedas call it Shruti or sound of the universe.
You don’t need any books, no middleman or preachers for this one. It is about recognizing nature and understanding how to be in harmony with her. Nobody ever put it more succinctly than the Essene and his words have been greatly distorted by charlatans over the years. It is just a book explaining ….. well why you don’t need books!
In fact one of the primary reasons pyramids were constructed around the globe by the ancients was to enhance this OM vibration.