On the Origin of Species

Patrick Quanten MD

 

Creation is such an awesome thing that the small human mind and the even more insignificant comprehension capabilities of the human fall way short of overlooking, let alone rightly classifying, everything that constitutes matter within the creation. Not only is it seemingly an impossible task to know and catalogue all plant species, let alone getting an insight into organising the animal kingdom properly. We can’t even state that we know all species, so how can we be sure that to name and number them in the way we do is the right way. In order for humans to understand and pass on the knowledge, the observed needs to be catalogued and listed in a “sensible” manner, in such a way that everything we know and everything we don't know fits together.

Of course it all starts with understanding creation itself in order to comprehend what came first, what belongs to what, what characteristics bind and what separate. It is from his understanding of the creative process that Darwin developed the theory about the origin of species. From extensive writings over the years we now know that there are serious hiatus in explaining all that is being observed regarding animal life. Some of the things that are suggested to be there can’t be found. It is therefore a logical step for us to test our understanding of the universe with regard to classifying animal life from the way in which the vast numbers of different species can be viewed.

From previously published research about the origins of our universe and the energetic structure underpinning it, we have established a code for the creation (See article “The Code of Creation” on www.activehealthcare.co.uk). This code we have linked to the materialisation of visible light and to the colours that make up that light. Through these links we now know which type of energy is expressed on what day of the creation and what the energetic make-up is of each of those days or layers.

We know, for instance, that the code of creation can be written as 1-4-6-2-5-7-3, whereby all of this has occurred as a manifestation of the 3’ energy, which is the seed of our universe, the “Light Universe”. Each day represents a certain type of energy, expressed in a specific type of matter.

The first day: energy layer 1 (colour red, content form) – heaven and earth

The second day: energy layer 4 (colour green, content balance) – water and land

The third day: energy layer 6 (colour indigo, content consciousness) - plants

The fourth day: energy layer 2 (colour orange, content movement) – egg-laying animals

The fifth day: energy layer 5 (colour blue, content communication) – mammals

The sixth day: energy layer 7 (colour violet, content knowledge) – human beings

The seventh day: energy layer 3 (colour yellow, content power/emotion)

From our further study we have been able to place seven energy centres, from which matter directly emerges, at known positions relative to one another. For this we used the well-described human chakra positions and calculated the exact places relative to the total distance from crown to bottom of the pelvis. This allows us to determine the composition of each of these energy layers in terms of the contribution each of the energy centres has to all the other layers.                       

By drawing concentric circles with each of the energy centres in turn at their centre, representing the “ripples” they send out, we can see which is the centre that is reached first, second, and so on. Using the Golden Ratio we know that the contribution of the largest part, the centre that is reached first, is 39.55%, followed by 24.45%, then 15.11%, then 9.34%, then 5.77%, then 3.57% and lastly 2.20%. We can now read the composition of each of these layers and the contribution each of the energy centres makes to each of the layers or the other way around, how much each energy centre contributes to each of the other centres, by “coding” the seven layers of creation as follows. From point 1 we first reach point 3 then point 4, 6 and so on. From point 4 we first reach point 6 and then 1 and so on.

The code for 1 is 1-3-4-6-2-5-7, representing the creation of heaven and earth, energy wave and matter. This is where all creation in this universe starts.

The code for 4 is 4-6-1-2-3-5-7, representing the creation of water and land. Here, "real" matter is further divided into water and soil. Air remains as the gaseous condensation from the most primitive manifestation of a wave.

The code for 6 gives us two equal possibilities, 6-4-2-1-5-7-3 (call it 6A) and 6-4-2-1-5-3-7 (call it 6B), representing plant life. Plants can develop in water as on land, which is really in the air, as plants have their roots in the earth but they live in either water or air. Some plants drift freely in the water and some have floating roots, but these are in the minority especially where air is concerned. As the plant matter tends to be very heavy compared with air, it is therefore difficult to keep the roots suspended off the ground.

The creation of plants involves two different and equal routes the energies can follow. What could that possibly mean in terms of the matter created? Well, the difference between the two possible pathways lies in the last two, and therefore less influential, layers of contribution. This means that basically the two routes look pretty similar in their material expression but they differ in details. What could these details entail? It is about the positioning of energy input 7 and 3. Seven is about knowledge, and three is about power. Layer seven manifests in material form as the nervous system and layer three as the seed. The power of procreation lies in 3, but only when 3 is the smallest part within a layer; it has to be placed last in the code of that particular layer. The first two layers of creation ended in 7, which does not have the energy content for seed and therefore these materials cannot reproduce. The universe can produce new water, but water itself cannot procreate! In code 6, plants, one half is capable of regenerating itself: 6A ends on 3, the seed. In a plant the seed is represented by the flowers and fruits, which we find on the top part of the plant. The roots do look similar to the top of the plant. They are structured very similarly when comparing the branches above ground with the extensions of the roots underground, but the roots do not flower or produce seeds (energy code ends in 7). So, 6A represents the development of the top part of the plant, while 6B represents the roots.

From here on forward in the development of the universe, the division between the two possible paths of energy 6 will be responsible for the differences between top and bottom - heads and tails - of the created species, as energy 6 manifests, alas in different strengths of contribution, in all layers of creation. In the next layer it is represented greatly.

The code for 2 gives us four possible pathways:

2-6-5-4-7-1-3, which we call 2A

2-6-5-7-4-1-3, which we call 2B

2-5-6-4-7-1-3, which we call 2C

2-5-6-7-4-1-3, which we call 2D

We note that energies 5 and 6 can be exchanged as well as energies 7 and 4. This layer represents the creation of egg-laying animals, such as fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians but also insects, worms, jelly fish, crustaceans, and so on. These animals develop in water as well as on land (in air) following the development of the previous layer in both environments: soil-water and soil-air. How can this motley bunch be classified so we can be sure that all known and unknown species will have a rightful place on the evolutionary tree?

First there is a big impact, resulting in a big difference in the material expression of the way the animal is built, between the positions of energy 5 and 6. Five represents communication and six consciousness, which in the universe is plant life. In terms of tissue formation (See article “Code of Matter and Mind” at www.activehealthcare.co.uk) energy 5 creates bone and energy 6 creates muscle. In 2A and 2B energy 5 is more prominently represented than 6, which means that we will find a more prominent place of bone structure in these animals. These are known to us as the vertebrates (have a spine), while 2C and 2D represent the invertebrates (without a spinal structure).

In a lesser way there is the impact of choosing energy 7 over 4 or the other way around. Seven represents knowledge, while four is balance. In tissue terms 7 delivers the nervous system and 4 stands for blood. When we study the nervous system of egg-laying animals we find very simple systems where the nervous system only consists of ganglia and nerve connections, mainly one line over the back part of the animal and one over the front. In more sophisticated animals we see a nervous system whereby one part is getting more compact and separate in as much that several ganglia congregate in one place, usually the head. This is the beginning of what we call a central nervous system (a brain), which is anatomically different from the peripheral nervous system. So in both categories, vertebrates (5 before 6) and invertebrates (6 before 5), we encounter animals with a primitive peripheral nervous system (4 before 7) and others with both a central nervous system and a peripheral nervous system (7 before 4).

As everything is constantly in evolution we can clearly state that all animals that have existed can be classified in one of these four categories:

  • Invertebrates with primitive nervous system (2A)
  • Invertebrates with central nervous system (2B)
  • Vertebrates with a primitive nervous system (2C)
  • Vertebrates with a central nervous system (2D)

Currently it is obvious that most invertebrates we know are falling into the category with a primitive nervous system and most vertebrates have a central nervous system. In energetic terms that means that when you choose the 6 over 5 route, you are also likely to pick the 4 over 7 one. Consequently, when you start with 5 over 6, you are most likely to pick 7 over 4. One set keeps all physical developments very simple, the other allows for more complicated development across the board. The interesting part is that the two other lines of developments are being found too, but most of those animal species have already died out as a result of the difficulty in balancing more sophisticated structures within a primitive framework, or of the stagnation at a primitive development stage within a wide framework full of potential.

Once energy 2 has expressed these four possible pathways, it will also show these four directions in the next layers such as the development of the mammals and the humans. The first difference is the choice between 5 and 6, between bone and muscle. If we are looking at the built of a typical mammal and the built of the human being then we notice that the back is much more compact than the front of the body. Most bony structure, including the spine, is represented in the back. Hence the front of the body is an expression of energy 6 and the back comes from 5. Energy 6 also stands for consciousness and, of course, our senses operate mainly from the front of the body, while we, but more obvious with mammals, communicate through the shape we give to our back. Cats and dogs arch their back when they are angry, when they are ready to attack, whilst they hollow the back in pure enjoyment and ecstasy. We know about "body language" or how we express what we feel or how we are feeling through the shape we give to our body. As 7 represents knowledge and 4 balance and we know that ancient eastern wisdom states that the left side of the body represents the teacher and the right the student then we need to be able to match up these parts too. Wisdom, the knowledge of the East, is in fact a continual balance, which is energy 4, and shows up in the body on the left side of the structure. Studying to become wise we do by gathering knowledge, energy 7, and that shows up on the right side of the body.

The code for 5 is 5-7-2-6-4-1-3, representing the creation of the mammal. Bear in mind that the differences that have developed in previous layers will be expressed here too. So, the various splits in energies 6 and 2 will be, somehow, expressed in these developments too, accounting for the three dimensional bodies with the typical differences between front and back, left and right and head and tails. However, the layout of the mammal, the blueprint itself, is straightforward, which means that there will be fewer body differences between the various species then there is in the previous layer of egg-laying animals.

Here too, mammals will develop in the water as on the land. Since the structure of mammals is, in principle, heavier it will become more difficult to sustain life suspended in watery conditions. Furthermore, the development allows for a more efficient energy uptake mechanism, breathing, which turns the lighter material into burnable energy and since air (oxygen) is less available in water "water mammals" find themselves in need of a certain amount of air too. This will only make it possible to create a limited type of water based mammal.

The code for 7 is 7-5-2-6-4-1-3, representing the creation of the human. You can see that there is very little energetic difference between the blueprint of mammals and that of human beings. They look pretty much alike and function in very similar ways.

Here the development in the water is no longer sustainable as the air-fuel system has now become the main energy provider as opposed to the digestive system. This means, I am sorry to say, that mermaids are a fantasy, although they are a reasonable fantasy! Energetically, humans do exist in the water, but expressing that energy in a physical form that we recognise as a human being is not possible.

Following simple energy lines and acknowledging what energetic information these stand for gives us an insight into the development of all living material on this planet and in our universe. Everything we already know fits into this framework and all that is still to be discovered can be found in specific places indicated by deductions made from following energy lines. Categorising living things in this way allows us to observe and explain the correspondences and the differences between them. In this way we can learn more about the structure of our universe and we can truly begin to understand what other areas of the universe will look like, what will be and won't be there. Once the framework has been put up, people can busy themselves filling in the various spots according to the specific expression of the energetic codes. The world, creation itself, will become a recognisable place, familiar in all its strange aspects. We will instantly understand the behaviour of plants and animals according to their place in the roster and their energetic make-up.

On a much smaller scale, enjoy looking for the energy lines in your own world and you will be able to understand human development, both as individuals and as societies. You will no longer have to judge events from a singular point of view, but you will be able to comprehend the true relevance of all that happens. Liberate yourself from the circle of "good and bad", from "fair and unfair", from the fight between head and heart, logic and intuition. Comprehend the wider picture and see the relevance in all its interactions. Free yourself from static views and dogmatic approaches. It is the freedom from these things that Asian people call Nirvana and Buddha called enlightenment.

 

March 2016

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Patrick Quanten has been a general practitioner since 1983. The combination of medical insight and extensive studies of Complementary Therapies have opened new perspectives on health care, all of which came to fruition when it blended with Yogic and Ayurvedic principles. Patrick gave up his medical licence in November 2001.
Patrick also holds qualifications in Ayurvedic Medicine, Homeopathy, Reiki, Ozon Therapy and Thai Massage. He is an expert on Ear Candling and he is also well-read in the field of other hard sciences. His life's work involves finding similarities between the Ancient Knowledge and modern Western science.

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