THE CREATOR’S UNIVERSAL LAWS

The two basic elements providing vitality to the divine system are the information carrying God’s universal laws and the morphic areas of humanity’s thought information particles that have shaped universal evolution. In the quantum universe in which we find ourselves, the subtle morphic areas organized by the divine system have allowed man’s extra sensorial perceptions to realize the phenomenon of evolution through the interconnection of humanity. Thanks to all the information codes, the divine system knows humanity’s destiny and can change it.

I think that these assumptions that I put forward are an as rational as possible expression of certain concepts and hypotheses that can be called abstract truths.

According to the materialist view, the development of the universe is carried out according to laws existing in the essence of matter. In other words, these laws are not the product of a mind; they have not been created, but exist spontaneously in the essence of matter. But as I see it, this matter that they mention may indeed be quarks like the strings that carry the particles of information of the Creator’s universal laws.

Materialists, however, seem to be unaware of this phenomenon.

In general, the materialist view accepts the existence of some laws that shaped the development of evolution, but it denies the existence of a force that imposed these laws or of an “Absolute Mind.” They continue to contend this, notwithstanding the fact that every law must be the result of a mind or of a force. If there are laws that have made the information phenomenon appear in such a magnificent way, there must also be someone who introduced those laws.

It is thus that laws determining universal evolution cannot have appeared as a result of a coincidence, but according to Islam as a result of “design.” In other words, the process of evolution is known by a power and together with the contributions of humanity that power can change the development of evolution.

Materialism accepts the presence of laws confirmed scientifically like for example those of biology, chemistry or physics, but they are not in general interested in the divine information aspect of quantum laws found by astrophysicists especially in the 20th century, like the law of relativity, the string law, the quantum law of mass gravitation and even the M- law that raised the super string law to 11 dimensions. Their main thesis is that if God is something that exists by itself, then one has to admit the existence of something apart from him.

But if we believe in laws, then shouldn’t we believe also in the existence of someone who introduced those laws? Now let us go to 160 centuries before Christ and let us have a look at the seven principles of cosmic laws according to those days’ records. The above-mentioned universal cosmic law might have been of the Mu civilisation, but also of the ancient Greek civilization. The first to discover and discuss the Mu civilisation was the English Colonel James Churchward. Another scientist to study this subject after Churchward was the American geologist / archaeologist William Niven, who--like Churchward,--found thousands of tablets concerning the existence of the Mu civilization and claimed that these findings proved the existence of this civilization. The information concerning the universal cosmic law is the product of these studies.
According to Churchward, Osiris was a wise man or prophet from Atlantis who was educated on the continent of Mu and then returned to Atlantis where he carried out major reforms. The initiates of Osiris, who carried out reforms in Atlantis’s corrupted monotheistic religion, called his teachings the Osiris religion so that his name should not be forgotten. The Osiris religion was disseminated by Hermes Thot, who migrated to Egypt six thousand years after the murder of Osiris.
There are various claims concerning the identity of Hermes.

Hermes Thot, known also as the Greek divinity Hermes, is referred to in ancient Greek texts as the founder of magic, alchemy, astronomy, medicine and wisdom. According to Churchward, he was the wise man who took the Osiris religion from Atlantis to Egypt.

Researchers like Mary Hope claim that the monotheistic religion was widespread on the two sunken continents that originated from Sirius. According to some researchers, Hermes Thot is mentioned in the Quran as the prophet İdris and in the Old Testament as the prophet Hanok.

Even though the ancient Greek tradition does accept the fact that the divine Hermes originated from the Egyptian tradition, it called him “Hermes Trismegistus,” which means “three times great Hermes,” so that he should be distinguished from the other divinities called Hermes. Contemporary science has not been able to shed light on the identity of Hermes.

While Greeks called him Hermes, Romans called him Mercury. According to Churchward’s explanations, Hermes is the person known as Thot in Egypt. Three different persons called Hermes are mentioned in the Arab world, where, according to Arab sources, Hermes is Hermes Ahnuch who built the pyramids before the flood, or Hermes (Hırmıs) who lived in Babylonia, or Hermes Thot whom the Greeks thought was the person known by Greeks as Hermes and by Egyptians as their divinity Thot.

Even though it is not certain, among the various claims, the one according to which Hermes is Hermes Thot appears to be the most realistic. It is for this reason that we can assume that the seven cosmic principles of the universal law are the hermetic laws introduced by Hermes Thot otherwise known as Hermes Trismegistus, and we can explain what these seven principles are.

While there are claims that the Kybalion was the main text of Hermetism, we are not certain whether or not such a primary text really exists. The Kybalion’s primary subject is that of the Universal Laws. Known as the cosmic laws, these laws use a simple language to express the most basic principles of esoterism. Even though this text that contains anonymous information gives the impression of having been shaped later through the interpretations of people knowledgeable in esoterism, it is the most influential text reflecting the basis of esoteric teachings. The text was written by three initiates and published in 1912 in America.

The Kybalion is a basic guide explaining our world’s function teaching.
The seven principles are as follows:

1. Mentalism
2. The Correspondence principle
3. The Vibration principle
4. The Polarity principle
5. The Rhythm principle
6. The Cause and Effect principle
7. The Gender principle