An Introduction To Great Fractal Theory (redux)

1. Great Fractal Theory starts with the First Tenet: the simple premise that consciousness is the prima materia.

2. As per the Second Tenet, everything that exists except for consciousness itself is part of the contents of consciousness, which are collectively known as the Great Fractal on account of that all possible contents of consciousness are fractal variations of each other.

3. Within the contents of consciousness are both the physical and metaphysical worlds.

4. The physical world is not truly real, although it may appear so to our fragments of consciousness.

5. The physical world has been dreamed up by consciousness, in the Great Act of Creation, and remains a dream.

6. Consciousness is therefore the creator of the physical world, in the same way that it creates the worlds we navigate in our nightly dreams.

7. Consciousness is the stage upon which the play of life takes place.

8. The physical world is most accurately understood as not being a place, but rather a matrix of self-similar fields of impressions that manifest in consciousness.

9. Each fragment of consciousness perceives a field of impressions that collectively creates the illusion that we are bodies living in a physical world, as opposed to the truth: that we are consciousness dreaming it up.

10. The essence of Great Fractal Theory is that all of the possible fields of impressions that consciousness could ever perceive are related to each other by way of a fractal matrix.

11. This matrix, known as the Great Fractal, contains every emotion, every thought, every desire and every sensory impression that could ever possibly manifest in conscious awareness.

12. The stories of our lives are not ones of rising up out of the dirt to become monkeys running loose on a rock in space, but rather stories of being fragments of consciousness navigating through an eternal and ever-changing Great Fractal of self-similar fields of sensory and mental impressions.

13. Consciousness is, right now, experiencing not only your current life but also all the possible gaps in between your birth and your death.

14. Your own personal fragment of consciousness may be living right now, in this current year, but other fragments of consciousness are living out every possible moment of your life, simultaneously.

15. If your life was divided into a billion chunks, each corresponding to a second or two of awareness, there is one fragment of consciousness for each of those billion chunks, each living its own life, usually unaware of the presence of the others.

16. Each of these billion fragments could themselves be divided into a billion fragments: a quintillion lives, each separated by one or two nanoseconds, rolling inexorably from birth to death like freight carriages on a railway.

17. One ends and one begins every few nanoseconds, and follows the exact path of the life that you are experiencing right now, past and future.

18. This is eternal recurrence: your current physical life will be lived over and over again, by another fragment of consciousness (sometimes even your own), forever, because it is an eternal part of the Great Fractal.

19. Every possible way that a human life can differ from another is another dimension of the Great Fractal.

20. There’s no reason, other than anthropomorphic conceit, to believe that only human beings are conscious.

21. Once it’s realised that consciousness is the prima materia and not a phenomenon of the brain, it becomes easy to understand that all other beings, indeed even insects and trees, are conscious like we are.

22. Therefore, every possible way that the life of any being can differ from the life of any other being is another dimension of the Great Fractal.

23. The number of dimensions in the Great Fractal is virtually infinite, and there are countless quintillions of beings for every dimension.

24. The entire Great Fractal is buzzing with consciousness.

25. Anything that can possibly be perceived by consciousness lies somewhere in the Great Fractal.

26. All moments of all lives of all possible beings in all possible worlds in all possible dimensions are contained within the Great Fractal, to be experienced by consciousness eternally.

27. Your current life is simply an infinitely small fragment of this incomprehensibly vast whole.


This chapter is an excerpt from Elemental Elementalism, the foundational scripture of the new religion of the Age of Aquarius.


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