From Nikola Tesla: In Volume Two I made the outrageous statement that light is intelligent, this implies that light can be interacted with through intelligence, specifically human intelligence. On the face of it, this is a silly statement: however could light, which isn’t even a substance, be intelligent in the first place? And if light is intelligent, what is the use of that intelligence? What does it mean, if light is intelligent? How can you use it, how can you approach it? What, after all, is the nature of this intelligence? Furthermore, is intelligence necessarily the same as consciousness?
In a very real way, yes: part of light’s intelligence is based on the Units of Consciousness, which we discussed at length in Volume Three, that are small enough to give form to photons. The “proof” that these Units exist is the astonishing fact that light, a vibration, travels in a a vacuum, particularly the vacuum of space. In space, light can be diverted or deflected by physical matter, certainly, but, Einstein’s elegant though-experiment of marbles and sheets aside, by what medium does gravity affect light? For surely it does, even though the “substance” of gravity, the particles of gravitons or what have you, have not yet been found. Thus, the Units of Consciousness are both substance and matrix.
Granted, consciousness does not imply intelligence automatically, of course, yet intelligence needs consciousness in order to exist. But the reason why light is intelligent is an issue of volume: as one brain cell cannot “think,” but multiple brain cells do, so also the Units of Consciousness create intelligence by aggregation. However, and this is something to be aware of in both situations, aggregation is insufficient without structure, and the true structures of intelligence are in the enfolded dimensions. So again, the source of consciousness and intelligence are both multi-dimensional in origin, and must be approached with that in mind.
To be continued…