If I had all my research right, the idea of Dark Matter has been suggested 2 decades after Wallace Wattle's death. In his book The Science of Getting Rich, he mentioned of a substance that, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.
When I first read this, Dark Matter instantly came to mind.
How do you think could he have come up with this idea or if it's not Dark Matter, what is it?
Since no-one knows for sure what Dark Matter actually is, or even if it actually physically exists beyond being an enticing theoretical construct, it's a bit difficult to compare it to anything else :)
Regarding the quote from Mr Wattles, he might be describing a concept commonly referred to (within metaphysical-style circles) as Thought-Form.
answered 09 Aug '16, 17:43
"Substance" is one of the basic terms in New Thought teachings from Wattles' time. "The formless, back of all forms." In the Seth material, this formless substance would be said to originate in Framework 2. "The origin of your universe is nonphysical, and each event, however grand or minute, has its birth in the Framework 2 environment. Your physical universe arose from that inner framework, then, and continues to do so." --Seth, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Session 825
Framework 1 is the experienced physical world of "solid" manifestation.
answered 09 Aug '16, 19:42
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