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Unitary Reality and the End of the World

A Tract Book Essay

By

Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2007 by Anthony J. Fejfar

Some take the position that reality is aunitary, some take the position that it is

unitary. I argue that both are in some sense true. The metaphysical realms of Being,

Matter, and Substance are all aunitary. They are without beginning and without end.

They are unitary up to the point that they are acknowledged as perpetual, and then we see

that they are in fact slightly curved or aunitary. Infinity is symbolized by an infinity

loop, not by a straight line.

There is one place, however, where reality is unitary, and that is the material

world and universe. The material world is contingent. As the Bhuddists say, it is

illusory. It does not last forever, but instead has a definite beginning and a definite end.

Seemingly, some of us desired to have a perfectly unitary, linear world, and so it was

created. I suspect, however, that this world only lasts about one thousand years and then

comes to an end. At the end of the world there is an interregnum, or chaos period,

where the world goes off line and retools. This probably lasts around ten years or so,

and then, the new world of unity is formed and replaces the old world which has passed

away.

For those of us who live in the metaphysical world of Matter, not materiality,

the end of the world never comes. Instead it is “world without end, Amen.”