Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 16,370 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Particle Wave Reality (Revised) - Poem by Margaret Alice Second

Solidity is perception of electric
biochemical signals, frequencies
received by physical senses, the
mind weaves these into realities
as beautiful illusions

Energy of consciousness creates
the Universe - projecting through
interference patterns of random

We and all that we perceive, are
manifesting the Consciousness
which created this Universe; we
are Consciousness that always
is, never gained or lost, only
changing form

We are Infinite Consciousness
held in receptacle particles that
began as endless possibilities
formed by patterns in wave-

We apply conscious energy like a
shining light on holographic three-
dimensional images to fix particles
in time and space and thus create
our illusionary Universe

[Summary of article on the Internet:
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Solid ity is the brain’s perception of
biochemical and electrical signal
frequencies received by our physical
senses – which the mind weaves
beautifully into illusions of reality

It is energy of consciousness which
creates The Universe, projecting
through interference patterns of
random energy-waves

We, and all we perceive, are the
manifestations of consciousness
which created this – our Universe;
we ARE in fact consciousness that
always is, is never gained or lost,
that only changes form

We’re part of Infinite Consciousness
while physical form is a receptacle,
particles which began as infinite
possibilities in wave-interference-patterns

When conscious energy is applied
like shining light on a three-dimensional
holographic image, the particles become
fixed in time and space to create the
illusion which we call The Universe

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 6, 2011

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