The Feast of Tabernacles unifies the field
Dec 30, 2011
After Jesus was raised from the dead, He had the ability to enter the realm of the physical and the spiritual at any time. Up to then, He did so only occasionally as the situation required. Luke 24:31 says,
(31) And their eyes were opened, and they recognized Him; and He vanished from their sight.
This is one of the abilities given to those who experience the Feast of Tabernacles. It is the ability to function in both realms. Ezekiel 44:17-19 speaks of it in terms of changing clothes. The woolen clothing is reserved for the "outer court" (physical realm), while the linen garments are for the "inner court" when ministering to God Himself (in the spiritual realm).
The Bible tells us WHAT, but does not tell us the mechanism by which this is accomplished. Scientific study is the attempt to discover this mechanism, as well as all other aspects of God's creation.
David Wilcock writes about how particles of matter can change into waves in his book, The Source Field Investigations.
"Every quantum physicist knows you can look at a subatomic particle and measure it as if it were perfectly solid and stable--but then when you use other measuring techniques, the particle turns into a wave--and it becomes nonlocal. This seems to defy our intuition completely, and has led to the so-called Uncertainty Principle....
Since Einstein proved that space and time are interconnected, particles are not merely spreading out in space when they turn into waves--they are also nonlocal in time. That means some of the particle now appears in the past, some of it is still there in the present, and some of it has moved into the future.... [p. 265]
"This means everything in the quantum realm pops in and out of existence all the time. [p. 266]
I assume Wilcock means that things move from one realm of existence to another, not that they exist one moment and not the next moment. In other words, they can exist in the physical realm one moment and then move into the spiritual realm and back again. This is essentially what Jesus was doing after His resurrection, and it is what we ourselves anticipate through the Feast of Tabernacles.
"If this idea of entire atoms dematerializing isn't strange enough, the mystery got even greater in 1999, thanks to Dr. Olaf Nairz and his colleagues. Nairz and his crew were able to transform a soccer-ball-shaped cluster of 60 carbon molecules--known as a fullerene or buckyball--directly into a wave. (This hollow, geometric sphere of carbon atoms was first devised by Buckminster Fuller, so it was named after him.) Bear in mind that buckyballs are solid objects. Each buckyball has a mass of 720 atomic units, built from 60 different carbon atoms that are tightly bound together. And yet, by simply bumping the buckyball against a wall with a series of tiny slits in it, Nairz was able to transform it into a wave--and it popped through more than one slit at the same time." [p. 266]
In other words, this piece of solid matter could pass through a wall with slits in it. It would turn into a wave and flow through the wall like water leaking through the slits. This experiment was published in the Nature journal,
"Then in 2001, this same group discovered they did not need to slam the buckyballs against a wall--all they needed was laser light, which is coherent light, to transform these solid objects into waves. This was published in Physics Review Letters, a respected science journal." [p. 266]
If they had observed the Shroud of Turin, they might have discovered this earlier. When Jesus was raised from the dead, it apparently occurred with a sudden burst of coherent light that was strong enough to burn His image into the Shroud. No one needed to throw Him against the wall to come back from spirit into the material world.
"Einstein's dream was that ultimately everything would be made from the unified field--meaning there are no protons, no neutrons, no electrons--just rotations of the Field itself. The problem, of course, is that these weird time-bending properties of quantum mechanics don't seem to allow us to build a working model like that. However, according to Discover, we may be able to solve all these problems by changing how we think about time.
"A sizable minority of physicists, Rovelli included, believe that any successful merger of the two great masterpieces of twentieth-century physics will inevitably describe a universe in which, ultimately, there is no time . . . . [Even better] all the laws--whether Newton's, Einstein's, or the quirky quantum rules--would work equally well if time ran backward." [p. 267]
I believe they are attempting to find the unified field between matter and spirit. Up to now, these seem to contradict each other or are, at least, not compatible. In my view, the key is to know God, the Creator. It is HIS plan, set forth in the Feast of Tabernacles, to transform us into the Image of Christ. It is HIS plan to give us two sets of "garments" by which we may "exist" in both realms.
I believe that the laws of the spirit are the same as the laws on earth, but they are applied and utilized in a different manner. I do not know just how "unified" this is. Certainly, the law is uniform, as given in Scripture beginning with Moses. All morality is based upon them, and they are the laws of creation and the revelation of the divine plan.
The purpose of God, it seems is not to make the physical and the spiritual realms the same, but to unify them under the rule of Christ. The Melchizedek priests of Ezekiel 44--that is, the "sons of Zadok"--can become particles or waves, depending on which realm they wish to be in at any given moment. I do not know if this physical realm will ever be free of time restrictions, but as we come into the full experience of Tabernacles, we ourselves will become the Unified Field. We will be the point of contact between two realms, being able to minister to those not yet transformed here on earth, while yet ourselves not being constrained by the limits of time and space.
If these spiritual laws, discovered by quantum physics, "work equally well if time ran backward," then those who enter this realm of Christ would be able to go back in time and observe any historical event in the past. Since God created time (and the ages), He stands above it. When we are in Christ, we too would stand above time and would be able to manipulate it according to the will of God, even as Joshua caused the sun to stand still for a day (Joshua 10:13).
The laws of time do not change, but there are higher laws, equally valid, that allow God to manipulate time and even to overrule its dominion. By this principle, He is even Lord of the Sabbath and can therefore do works of healing and restoration on that day. Time is God's servant and must conform to His overall purpose in order to function correctly.
These are things we ought to know.
Dr. Stephen Jones