What is Supergeometry?

Supergeometry is the name for the theoretical model of reality described in

The name

In most cases, our mathematical system of geometry can perfectly describe real physical objects. Let’s say we have a one-inch cube. We can easily express its dimensions mathematically with geometry so that every physical coordinate in the cube corresponds exactly to the equivalent mathematical coordinate in its geometric representation. In other words, our mathematical system of three-dimensional geometry is all that is needed to describe the dimensions of the real, physical cube.

But when we add the fourth dimension of time and figure in gravity, both of which are physical and part of dimensional reality, our mathematical geometry can no longer produce that perfect one-to-one correspondence with its real physical counterpart. This is the challenge that confronted Albert Einstein in his quest for a mathematical proof of his unified field theory, which sought to join all the elemental forces into a single primordial field. Einstein was unable to mathematically express gravity down to the subatomic or quantum level in the four dimensions of space-time. This is a problem still confronting physics today.

Theodore Kaluza was a mathematician and contemporary of Einstein who was also studying this puzzle. Kaluza hit upon the novel idea of adding a fifth dimensional coordinate to the mix, and in doing so was able to solve Einstein’s equations. What’s more, Maxwell’s equations for electromagnetism naturally arose from these calculations, which was a surprising but significant result.

The trouble is that no one is quite sure what this fifth coordinate actually represents. In recent years, the idea has been revived as an attempt to prove the existence of a fifth spatial geometric dimension. But to date, there’s been no way to demonstrate the reality of this higher dimension.

The model of reality described in

Supergeometry is a conceptual theory. No one has yet worked a mathematical proof for it, although I have no doubt that one can be devised. But there’s no need for strings of formulas to understand and test the concept. No mathematician would waste the time anyway to proof this or any other theory unless the concept first satisfied the puzzles posed to it in a uniform and consistent way.

The subject of continental drift mentioned in the book’s introduction is such a conceptual theory. Before we arrived at this concept, no one really understood the dynamics of the earth’s land masses. But with this conceptual theory, the veil concealing the causes behind those dynamics was lifted. And while some complex calculations are necessary to determine how many centimeters Australia might move each year, or what will be the relative position of all the continents 100,000 years from now, not a single equation is required to get how the mechanics of continental drift perfectly explain the causes for earthquakes, volcanoes and the formation of mountains.

You don’t need to know how to add or even read for the concept of gravity to tell you why the lamp you just knocked over fell down instead of up. And the volumes of associated formulas are not essential to grasping Newton’s laws of motion, nor for applying them to make accurate predictions about the behavior of objects.

There have been many theories proposed that involve higher dimensions. But supergeometry is unique in not only presenting a single set of processes that finally describe conceptually the workings of that realm, but also in the staggering number of anomalous phenomena from multiple fields of discipline these processes provide reasonable explanations for. A partial list of the mysteries on which supergeometry sheds light are:

Various solutions to mysteries like these have been offered in the past, some of them quite good, and many of them are incorporated into the supergeometric model. But most have been confined to addressing a single riddle, or perhaps even several. Supergeometry for the first time provides the cosmological model that gathers

Supergeometry is the name for the theoretical model of reality described in

*Behind The Cosmic Veil*. Supergeometric theory serves as a superphysical overlaying framework (i.e., outside and above the physical) that fits onto the physical universe and merges with it into one continuous whole called the omniverse. It seeks to answer certain fundamental mysteries of reality, and to fill gaps where our current understanding is inadequate to explain a vast number of anomalous observations.The name

*supergeometry*is derived from a basic concept. Everything in the universe is suspended and sustained within a physical realm defined by the three spatial dimensions of height, length and width, plus a fourth, temporal dimension of time (while we normally think of*physical*as something you can touch and feel, the scientific definition is much broader—matter, energy, space and time are all physical). Everything in the physical universe can be defined by these four dimensions, and so everything in the universe is dimensional. Everything that is dimensional is also geometric (both visually and mathematically). Everything that is geometric can be measured. We might say that measurability is proof of geometric dimensionalism—if it can be measured, then it must be physical, dimensional and geometric. This all may seem a bit redundant, but we must first precisely define what is physical before we can distinguish what is not.In most cases, our mathematical system of geometry can perfectly describe real physical objects. Let’s say we have a one-inch cube. We can easily express its dimensions mathematically with geometry so that every physical coordinate in the cube corresponds exactly to the equivalent mathematical coordinate in its geometric representation. In other words, our mathematical system of three-dimensional geometry is all that is needed to describe the dimensions of the real, physical cube.

But when we add the fourth dimension of time and figure in gravity, both of which are physical and part of dimensional reality, our mathematical geometry can no longer produce that perfect one-to-one correspondence with its real physical counterpart. This is the challenge that confronted Albert Einstein in his quest for a mathematical proof of his unified field theory, which sought to join all the elemental forces into a single primordial field. Einstein was unable to mathematically express gravity down to the subatomic or quantum level in the four dimensions of space-time. This is a problem still confronting physics today.

Theodore Kaluza was a mathematician and contemporary of Einstein who was also studying this puzzle. Kaluza hit upon the novel idea of adding a fifth dimensional coordinate to the mix, and in doing so was able to solve Einstein’s equations. What’s more, Maxwell’s equations for electromagnetism naturally arose from these calculations, which was a surprising but significant result.

The trouble is that no one is quite sure what this fifth coordinate actually represents. In recent years, the idea has been revived as an attempt to prove the existence of a fifth spatial geometric dimension. But to date, there’s been no way to demonstrate the reality of this higher dimension.

The model of reality described in

*Behind The Cosmic Veil*embraces Kaluza’s fifth coordinate, but not as a higher, physical dimension. It accepts the traditional view that if it cannot be physically measured, then it cannot be physical, and so cannot be another dimension in the usual sense. This fifth coordinate is therefore seen, not as an extension of physical geometry, but as representing something outside or*above*dimensional geometry. It is*super*physical, or in other words,*super*geometric. This non-dimensional supergeometry overlays the physical geometry of space-time, and is an integral but unseen part of the universe.Supergeometry is a conceptual theory. No one has yet worked a mathematical proof for it, although I have no doubt that one can be devised. But there’s no need for strings of formulas to understand and test the concept. No mathematician would waste the time anyway to proof this or any other theory unless the concept first satisfied the puzzles posed to it in a uniform and consistent way.

The subject of continental drift mentioned in the book’s introduction is such a conceptual theory. Before we arrived at this concept, no one really understood the dynamics of the earth’s land masses. But with this conceptual theory, the veil concealing the causes behind those dynamics was lifted. And while some complex calculations are necessary to determine how many centimeters Australia might move each year, or what will be the relative position of all the continents 100,000 years from now, not a single equation is required to get how the mechanics of continental drift perfectly explain the causes for earthquakes, volcanoes and the formation of mountains.

You don’t need to know how to add or even read for the concept of gravity to tell you why the lamp you just knocked over fell down instead of up. And the volumes of associated formulas are not essential to grasping Newton’s laws of motion, nor for applying them to make accurate predictions about the behavior of objects.

There have been many theories proposed that involve higher dimensions. But supergeometry is unique in not only presenting a single set of processes that finally describe conceptually the workings of that realm, but also in the staggering number of anomalous phenomena from multiple fields of discipline these processes provide reasonable explanations for. A partial list of the mysteries on which supergeometry sheds light are:

- The dual nature of light (why it behaves both as a particle and wave)
- The entanglement of correlated photons (or photon “teleports”)
- The illusion of quantum uncertainty
- The origins of physical mass (without the need for a Higgs boson)
- The action of gravity (without the need for a graviton)
- Why there’s far more gravity at work in the cosmos than there is matter to generate it (without the need for dark matter)
- The expansion of the universe (without the need for dark energy)
- The reconciliation of quantum mechanics and relativity
- The emergence of time, and why it flows in a given direction
- The “phantom leaf” effect of Kirlian photography
- A revolutionary model of paranormal mechanics that describes with a single, uniform set of rules the workings of all such supernatural events like apparitions, EVP, auditory phenomena, orbs, levitation, mental phenomena and synchronicity, as well as other observed anomalies at the sites of paranormal activity like breezes in closed rooms, drops in temperature, electronic device malfunctions, fluctuations in electromagnetic fields and feelings of heaviness (be warned—the processes responsible for these events are
*nothing*like what is currently held to be true) - The power of the human mind to convert invisible thought into visible reality, and how this quality is itself supernatural
- Teleportation, antigravity and time travel
- The anomalies of evolution and its two “trade secrets”
- The miracles of the Bible
- The previously unidentified, hidden cosmology of the Bible, and how it not only confirms established physical laws, but gives evidence to a higher, superphysical cosmological Order as the only means by which the ancient authors could have arrived at it
- The physical nature of evil, and why it is necessary for the existence of a dimensional universe
- The flight characteristics of UFOs, and how they might be advanced craft using superdimensional technology

Various solutions to mysteries like these have been offered in the past, some of them quite good, and many of them are incorporated into the supergeometric model. But most have been confined to addressing a single riddle, or perhaps even several. Supergeometry for the first time provides the cosmological model that gathers

*all*these anomalies from physics, religion and the paranormal into one, all-encompassing framework with a single set of functional principles that can be uniformly applied across all these disciplines. It is the missing piece to the puzzle of existence that has eluded mankind for generations.