FOHAT HARDENS ATOMS TO CREATE STARS & WORLDS
Erle Frayne D. Argonza
The last line—sloka 12—of the book of Dzyan shows the preparedness of the Supreme Being to emanate objective life. Through this sloka, the Perfected Ones expressed the truth about atoms and even sub-atomic constituents that can evolve stars and worlds (planets notably), which provides you some hints about what modern scientists have intuited about and theorized elaborately with mathematical precision.
As far as astrophysics is concerned, this cannot be done without the elements that can possibly produce stars which then later can produce planets and other celestial bodies. The contentions of the Perfected Ones constituting Theos Sophia and that of the modern-day physical scientists are heading towards a convergence as regards the theme, and this the good news.
The Perfected Ones contended, in the said sloka, the following:
THEN SVÂBHÂVAT SENDS FOHAT TO HARDEN THE ATOMS. EACH (of these) IS A PART OF THE WEB (Universe). REFLECTING THE “SELF-EXISTENT LORD (Primeval Light) LIKE A MIRROR, EACH BECOMES IN TURN A WORLD.* . . .
HPBlavatsky, noble chela of the mahatmas & chohans, then proceeded to substantiate the said sloka, in Volume I, Secret Doctrine, to wit:
“Fohat hardens the atoms”; i.e., by infusing energy into them: he scatters the atoms or primordial matter. “He scatters himself while scattering matter into atoms” (MSS. Commentaries.)
It is through Fohat that the ideas of the Universal Mind are impressed upon matter. Some faint idea of the nature of Fohat may be gathered from the appellation “Cosmic Electricity” sometimes applied to it; but to the commonly known properties of electricity must, in this case, be added others, including intelligence. It is of interest to note that modern science has come to the conclusion, that all cerebration and brain-activity are attended by electrical phenomena. (For further details as to “Fohat” See Stanza V. and Comments.”)
The footnote for the sloka says:
* This is said in the sense that the flame from a fire is endless, and that the lights of the whole universe could be lit at one simple rush-light without diminishing its flame.
[Philippines, 25 February 2012]
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