Musings from a Cosmology of Light #19: The Truth About the Electromagnetic Spectrum

Pravir Malik
2 min readAug 15, 2020
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It has been suggested previously that the arbitration of infinite possibility into material reality requires a foundation of light-based quadralities. Yet the common scientific conception of light comprises of an ‘electro’ and a ‘magnetic’ aspect only, and the vast range of wavelengths and frequencies gives rise to what has been termed as the Electromagnetic Spectrum.

In a Cosmology of Light it should be immediately evident that such a description of light is incomplete since any light-based quadrality must have a fourfold presence-power-knowledge-harmony order implicit within it.

While the ‘electro’ may be equated to ‘power’, and the ‘magnetic’ to ‘harmony’, it is clear that there also needs to be a ‘presence’ and a ‘knowledge’ aspect to the “electromagnetic” spectrum.

it is clear that there also needs to be a ‘presence’ and a ‘knowledge’ aspect to the “electromagnetic” spectrum

The range of wavelengths that can be viewed as a collection or array of archetypes of possibility can be seen to comprise the ‘knowledge’ aspect of the electromagnetic spectrum.

The mass potentials that can arise based on an underlying wavelength, more clearly evident with the rise of organs that can be affected by certain wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum, sheds insight into its ‘presence’ aspect.

In such a perception the electro-magnetic spectrum can more clearly seen to be an “electro-magnetic-wavearchetype-masspotential” light-based quadrality.

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