Domains and Subdomains


Next subject: sub-domains. This title comprises one of the most important and fundamental principles in the universe, and is going to get more attention in the course of this book. First of all, what is a sub-domain? Like the name already tells, a sub-domain is a smaller version of the domain. This is not going to be a long title since we're already familiar with the domains and their mechanics. Everything that can be said about the domain can be said about about the subdomain. However, there are some aspects that need elaboration. 


Picture above shows a “main” domain, and a smaller sub-domain inside the main domain. Both of the domains are of the element Darkness. There are also two huge atoms which represent objects; one in the main domain, and one in the sub-domain. Each atom moves within its domain; each domain acts as a continuum; both domains share the same laws of propagation of atoms, as well as same geometry. However, there are two notions to be added :

1) No interaction between the two domains: The two domains act as separate spaces. This means that the two atoms do not interact with each other as long as they are not occupying one and the same domain. Every atom interacts only with atoms that are within its own domain. Here we see two parallel domains occupying the same coordinates, yet they are in no way interfering. The only way for one of the atoms to get to the other domain is through a portal (teleportation) since there is no other way to exit or to enter a domain (except through the bottom, since the domains have no bottom)

2) Seperate time-flow: Each sub-domain has separate time-flow. That is, if the atom enters from the main domain into the sub-domain through a portal and returns to his domain one hour later later, he may find himself at a different point in time than he expected; he could, for example, reenter his domain at the same time as he left, and his radio clock would show the exact time of his departure. It is also not excluded that he could find himself two years “in the future”. Over the last hundred years, there have been countless cases of disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle and at the coast of Japan (among others). Airplanes disappear from the radar in mid flight to never reappear again. Ships go missing without a trace; and in some cases the missing ships reappear years or decades later, without the crew, and without a single body on board - almost as if the crew has been evacuated and the vessel has been returned.

The logical explanation for the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle (and similar locations) is that the vessels, as well as the airplanes, enter a sub-domain through portals which periodically open and close in certain locations. A subdomain can also be described as a parallel world - it has its own repetitive space; it has its own perspective and horizon line; it has its own sky; the big difference to our world is that it is smaller than the surface of the Earth.

A subdomain can be a cube with 600 km long sides; it can be a cube with 300 km, with 1000 km, or even with 2000+ km long sides. The best example is found in the Revelation of John. It describes the Heavenly Jerusalem descending from the sky. 

“And the city lieth foursquare, and the length is as large as the breadth: and he measured the city with the reed, twelve thousand furlongs. The length and the breadth and the height of it are equal.”                                            John 21 : 16 

Note that the length, breadth, and height are equal. This is because the New Jerusalem is a sub-domain, a parallel world with its own time-flow. And the only way to enter or exit it is through gates (or portals). 

The universe has many parallel worlds (or sub-domains) existing parallel to our world. The Garden of Eden, Hell, Underworld, to name a few, are sub-domains existing within our main domain.


Sub-domain of Hell