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The truth about our early universe and it's radical beginning.
A primal universe
The primal universe and its many levels of material manifestations is simply structured according to vacillation energy which tends to evolve and complexify according to varying levels of heat. That is to say, heat is the primal cause of all matter and is therefore the general cause of our ever-expanding universe.
Dating back to the beginning of the universe when both space and time was frozen, at some critical state of contracting temperatures, a crack occurred out of which the universe emerged--like a cracked egg due primarily to the radical nature of energy. Energy is never stagnant, it forever remains in a state of fluctuation.
Even before a 'big bang', it is necessary to understand that nature hates a vacuum; quite obviously our universe could not have emerged from the so-called “big bang”. A Primal Universe had to precede a big bang in order for any explosion to occur.
Due to the nature of energy, time and space has called for a more complexed structure of energy and matter because an expanding universe does not allow a reverse in time.
The nature of time seems to necessitate conditions which would cause a more complexed ordering of matter, that is generated by a primal active energy and it's temperatures in respects to more complexed levels of heat. This is evidence that space, time, and matter are manifestations of complexed levels of compressed heat.
Ravon Sanders, MPS, New York Theological Seminary; July 5, 2017