The Tree of Life, or Etz haChayim (עץ החיים) in Hebrew, is a classic descriptive term for the central mystical symbol used in the Kabbalah of esoteric Judaism, also known as the 10 Sephirot. Its diagrammatic representation, arranged in 3 columns/pillars, derives from Christian and esoteric sources and is not known to the earlier Jewish tradition. The tree, visually or conceptually, represents as a series of divine emanations God’s creation itself ex nihilo, the nature of revealed divinity, the human soul, and the spiritual path of ascent by man. In this way, Kabbalists developed the symbol into a full model of reality, using the tree to depict a map of Creation.
NASA cameras captured images of two large solar flares on June 10, 2014. The first of the two explosions was classified as a X2.2 flare, which is considered to be “unusually” bright, according to NASA. C-class flares are small, M-class flares area medium sized while X-class flares are the biggest and can have significant effects on earth such as disruptions in high frequency radio communications. Though they pose no considerable threat to us, considering the massive bursts of radiation these solar flares emit there may be more nuanced effects that we can experience. Energetically, the microcosm on earth is directly connected to that of the sun. Cyclical in nature, the activity on the suns surface has been correlated by some to significant events on Earth.
Several scholars and spiritual figures have commented on the correlation between increased solar activity and our current transition from the age of Pisces to the age of Aquarius. This shift is resulting in a transformation of our vibrational energies. Yogi Bhajan, a spiritual leader and practitioner of Kundalini, has commented that the increased solar activity is connected to the little sun within our own bodies, ie: the solar plexus chakra.
The aim of The Unity Codex is to find common threads between existing bodies of knowledge, theories and schools of thought relating to spirituality and technology. It is specifically interested in the hypothesised technological singularity and how it serves as a metaphor of enlightenment.