Logo and link to Homepage  


Some fifty years ago, I started searching for an element or characteristic that is shared by all natural formation ns. I had the opportunity to delve into, as well as formally study, a wide array of fields. My love for physics and astronomy was matched by my affinity for math and nature. For two years, our class benefited from wonderful lessons on philosophy and religion given by a priest named Father Wojtyla, who currently serves as the Pope. He taught us that our souls predate our birth and are immortal. They merely enter our bodies until we pass on and then proceed onwards. This idea troubled me as I was unable to find any scientific explanations for this phenomena. I was also perplexed by man’s ability to think. If we indeed receive it as a gift, as Father Wojtyla contended, why isn’t it permanent? Why does it deteriorate with age along with the rest of the body? Moreover, how does our corporeal body, generate beautiful and sophisticated entities such as our spirit and thoughts? At the time, however, the available research ignored these great mysteries.

While observing the skies during astronomy lessons, I noticed a few traits that have remained firmly entrenched in my consciousness over the years. Firstly, I took note of the fact that, without exception, all the celestial bodies are in motion and are constantly active. In the early 1950s, all these phenomenon were said to stem from gravitational forces that came into existence following the Big Bang. However, this thesis did not correspond with my own observations, as it failed to explain the internal movements within some of the bodies, or the fact that these ostensibly inanimate objects closely resemble living, mercurial formations.

This sort of dichotomy perseveres to this day in chemistry, which divides the world into organic and inorganic entities. Nature, though, reveals that everything in the universe is linked to phase transitions: namely, all entities are constantly in the process of entering such transitions or transferring on to new phases. The same holds true for our thoughts, and is thus consistent with the belief that our souls do not die, but merely pass on to other cycles. In other words, inorganic material is not inanimate or dead. The Universe creates our bodies as well as our thoughts, so that even the latter are living creations.

Secondly, I noticed that all natural creations, both living and inorganic, are configured into pairs or dual relationships: the atom consists of a proton and neutron; the galaxy is comprised of a pair of swirls that are connected by a moving path; in the Wilson chamber, subatomic particles have been deconstructed into two symmetrical, energetic swirling paths that may very well be quarks and antiquarks; and everything in nature is either male or female, or share the properties of both sexes within a single body. The two formations are similar and interconnected, but not identical. This is especially evident in galaxies in which the Kerr swirl is more energetic (“masculine”) and the Schwarzchild swirl is more magnetic (feminine), yet each swirl contains levels of both properties.

Another prominent characteristic of galaxies is the movement of stars along energetic paths in an organized, non-chaotic manner. Moreover, we see planets orbiting around the sun in closed rings (perhaps paths) by dint of invisible forces. Electrons similarly appear to travel along their paths, which are comparable to Jupiter’s rings. No other explanation is available for these orderly routes.

Finally, all creations, both organic and inorganic, go through phase transitions that are powered by the loss of energy. Observations have shown that matter enters a Kerr swirl where it is processed in singularity. It is subsequently expelled in the form of an energetic path that reaches the next Schwarzchild swirl. There it is processed yet again and moves along an energetic path back to the main swirl, which is the heart of the formation. All creations are thus predicated on their ability to preserve and use energy to proceed along the various stations of the life cycle. Every energetic formation is thus dependent on the amount energy at its disposal: the more energy at its disposal the more vibrant the entity. For example, the brain’s heightened energetic content endows it with its spiritual capacity.

Energy can only move in a closed formation, which I refer to as the wave formation. In fact, we are already familiar with this phenomenon from electricity.

The heart of every creation is an energetic swirl, such as the black hole, which swallows up everything in its path. I was strongly influenced by Einstein’s ingenious work on gravitation whereby the space-time continuum is distorted into inclinations whenever it comes across a considerable body of mass. Space thus consists of energy and is a form of energy in its own right. Shrinking behavior creates black holes in which the matter is released by singularity in the form of an energetic path that creates a wave formation. In other words:

Energetic matter = shrinking energy, space, and time

Time, which is found in every energetic creation, is also linked to the energetic unit —the quant—that was formed. According to Max Planck’s research, since the Big Bang, every natural unit is aligned in a quant formation that also includes time. In other words, time is a component of the quantum.

The inclination of space is responsible for gravitation. This, then, explains how black holes remove space. Furthermore, it explains how space creates black holes, which expel energetic matter by means of singularity in the form of energetic paths, and why stars appear along the energetic paths. The latter create planets as well as atoms that are responsible for all the living formations that we are familiar with. As such, virtual energetic space creates everything, even our brain, thoughts, and soul.

Another proof to this is the Second Law of Thermodynamics whereby energy again returns to space and bodies again disappear therein.

There cannot be a more ingenious, sophisticated idea than this creative process. All this can clearly be discerned from every picture of the galaxy; all this exists in nature!

In essence, wave theory is not a theory; it is merely a summary of scientific facts, observations, laboratory experiments, mathematical and computational research, that is primarily concerned with the tracking, comprehension, and depiction of nature (hence the name of my first work, United Nature Theory).

The independence and creativity of Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, and especially Charles Darwin continue to provide me with inspiration. Moreover, in building the model of the wave, I relied heavily on the wonderful works of Faraday, who showed that the waving of a magnet along a wire was conducive to the creation of electricity. Of course, the sophisticated thoughts of Einstein, Schrödinger, and Heisenberg, and Hawkins contributed immensely to this work.

Until today, creation has been considered the undisputed bastion of physicists, who have indeed done a brilliant job. However, the humanities and many other disciplines as well access must be allowed to participate in this universal endeavor.

I did not actually formulate this theory, nor is it really “my” work. I feel as if I was simply entrusted with the task of describing this unbelievable ingenious creation of nature. It is difficult to fathom that we are but virtual space or energetic formations and that this form of energetic matter creates wave formations. Nevertheless, the singular wave formation is the ubiquitous, universal blueprint for everything. A true masterpiece!

Technical Notes: The first copies of my first book, United Nature Theory: Wave Theory, are in the Hebrew National and University Library in Jerusalem. (Document number 0065261, ISBN 978965-555-093-1). The book was published in March 2002. I personally sent copies to Steven Weinberg, Alan Guths, Stephen Hawking (I thank him for his reply), Alexander Gersten, the Library of Congress, NASA, John Rennie, editor in chief of "Scientific American," Emma Bayley, features editor "Focus" Magazine, and David W. Grogan, articles editor, "Discover" magazine. I gave them the right to publicize the theory. A copy of the book also exists in the American Library of Congress.

Back to Top

Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2002. All rights reserved.