Creator and Creators

Creator and Creators

Co-creation with Nature - A Synthesis of Spiritual Philosophy and Science

A way to become a Co-Creator with Nature by working with Time, Light, and Thought.


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Creator and Creators starts from the point of Nothing/Everything and the cosmic Rhythm, and gradually includes and explains the esoteric and exoteric mechanisms that lead to manifestation of life as we know it. Through an analysis of personal experience and the synthesis of spiritual philosophy and modern discoveries in cosmology, quantum physics, and the holographic mechanisms of genetics and neurophysiology Creator and Creators develops a new definition of Matter and new explanations of the nature of Time, Gravitational Waves, and Dark Energy. The book also solves the argument between the creationists and evolutionists by providing a cyclic theory of Creation and Evolution.

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Creator and Creators:Co-creation with Nature: Synthesis of spiritual philosophy and science, by Roza and Margarita Riaikkenen This deeply researched and scholarly book, beautifully and succinctly written, is exactly what it states on the title page, being a synthesis of Spiritual Philosophy and modern science. The authors write with great clarity, but non-scientific readers will find themselves looking into dictionaries for the meanings of some scientific terms. The authors do, however, make everything clear and accessible, having studied science and both ancient and modern religious ideas and philosophies. This is a delightful, if demanding, book to read: indeed multiple readings may well be found necessary, but will remain enjoyable and instructive. A guide is given to personal and global understanding and peace, if the reader will but read carefully; and those already holding open-minded religious or spiritual views will find them underlined, as the authors have studied widely in both religious and spiritual matters and modern science. This is a readable, believable, synthesis of religious and spiritual philosophies with science. A tour de force, which ends with a challenge to all thinking people everywhere: TRY! ~ Sylvia Charlewood, TRIUNE OF LIGHT newsletter, spring 2018

Book review This enlightening book, “Creator and Creators”, so convincingly carries us a big step forward to the goal of human life-spans on earth: enlightenment and perfection, to “…receive an ability to produce creations of immortal beauty.” By understanding anew our “spiritual science”, we can eliminate wars, and stop our abuse of Mother Nature. The profound, timely knowledge, so lovingly given in this book “Creator and Creators”, is so relevant to our age, to the modern man, who has to understand “The Whole” in order to live an evolutionary life on Mother Earth. In our scientific age, we can now - anew - understand our ancient forefathers’ spiritual concepts in their profundity. In this book, “Creator and Creators”, they are re-interpreted for us. “….But usually, while acting in the Solid World, we haven’t experienced all the experiences upon which the perfect picture is based and therefore our manifestation is rarely complete.” Have we ever thought about this? We should! Thank you for this marvellous work! Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir Óðsmál research Iceland ~ Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir, Óðsmál Research Iceland

This book is written by Australian authors with a Russian background. It is therefore quite understandable that they draw much of their inspiration from Russian spiritual thinkers. The authors make frequent reference to the works of HPBlavatsky (Theosophy), Helena Roerich (Agni Yoga), and Alexander Naumkin (Kalagia). Using these sources, their writings cover the development of Russian spiritual thinking as it matured from 1875 to 1993. This span of time has also seen an exponential growth in the development of scientific thinking. Coupled with this, science has seen a movement away from an unquestioned belief in its classic materialistic methods, to a much more open-minded approach to the role which philosophical disciplines might play in our scientific understanding of the Universe as a whole. The writers develop this theme of interfacing science with, for want of a better term, ‘New Age’, spiritual thinking. However, their approach to spiritual thinking is anything but ‘faddish’ and ‘New Age’. Their thesis is based on the Theosophical notion of an ultimately ‘Unknowable Source’ (see article on page 26 of this issue on The Secret Doctrine: The One Principle) expressing Itself through a series of inter-penetrating planes of consciousness in the form of a Multiverse created from its own energies. The book begins by stating that the Creation is a Holographic process. This is a process of creation in energy and light, a process whereby the Spiritual Source divides its fundamental energies into working components of Manifest Life of all forms. This enables the process of Co-Creation to take place. The Ultimate Spiritual Source learns from its Creation, and its Creation simultaneously learns about its Ultimate Source. The process begins in the initial chaos of involution into Matter, and concludes in the beauty and harmony of completed evolution into Spirit. The authors re-affirm their point of view with frequent reference to the three principle sources of spiritual literature upon which they base their work, ie. Theosophy, Agni Yoga, and Kalagia. However, the fundamental basis of their work lies in the authors’ spiritual and daily life experiences in Russia and Australia. After explaining the holographic nature of the Universe and the process of manifestation in some detail, the authors continue on to examine the ways in which commonly manifest phenomena accord with the scientific principles of holographic manifestation. They discuss manifestation both in nature and in the human body. In this section of the book they elaborate on the role of ideal archetypes in the creative process. These archetypes embody ultimate perfection and the challenge is for the imperfect material life-forms to replicate the perfection embodied in these archetypes in their respective planes of consciousness. The authors then take a brave step forward to look at the ways in which the human embryo materializes from its Spiritual sources. Relevant sciences in the fields of physics, botany and biology are frequently and coherently referenced throughout this section of the book. Predictably, many of the scientists whose works are discussed are of Russian origin. The book also has a strong practical emphasis. This emerges particularly in the last chapter. The authors state that the ultimate aim of this creative process is to re-harmonize Spirit’s Creation with its Ultimate Source. This is done by acquiring wisdom through the development of loving experience in all the aspects of our lives. Along with the development of this loving wisdom comes greater personal power. The challenge is to use this increased personal power in the cause of initiating, developing, and expanding harmony and beauty throughout the Universe. There is a responsibility on all of us to continue to do this throughout our infinite spiritual journey. This book is challenging reading. In fact, one could say it is almost a meditative experience! It is something to be read, absorbed, and then embraced for further study and contemplation. It is a brave, and in my opinion, a very successful attempt to demonstrate the truth that Spirit and Matter are a Unity and that both Science and Philosophy are intertwined in helping us to understand more about this Unity. I strongly recommend this book to all committed Seekers. ~ Paul Rooke, (Theosophy Downunder: Newsletter of the Theosophical Society , Pasadena, Australasian Section, March 2018, http://www.theosophydownunder.org/newsletters.php).

In Creator and Creators, Co-creation with Nature: A Synthesis of Spiritual Philosophy and Science by Roza and Margarita Riaikkenen, the authors set out to synthesize knowledge from a variety of sources, including their own experiences, to discover the “mysteries of the universe.” The brilliance of Creator and Creators is that they actually do potentially solve one mystery in spiritual philosophy. When studying the works of Qabbalah or Theosophy, one is immediately confronted with the doctrine of the Seven Rays. In both spiritual philosophies, these rays have to split up in order to manifest life. But has anyone ever actually questioned why these rays have to split in order to create the universe and its inhabitants? Roza and Margarita ask the question and they answer it. By comparing the universe to a giant hologram, a ray of light has to split in order to encode information in its inhabitants and establish their appearance in a constructed reality. The information in light is burned into the physical, mental, and spiritual bodies of mankind; mankind subsequently co-creates with his Creator to establish the type of society that reflects the information in the rays of light. The thesis is genuinely intriguing and has to be taken seriously. After all, theoretical physicist Brian Greene has argued that the universe and all its objects may very well be holograms that are mere representations of a deeper unknown realm where the real events in the cosmos take place. In their book, Roza and Margarita recognize that the fundamental property of the universe is its “pulse” or its “rhythm.” This pulse transfers archetypal information into the material worlds; patterns such as spirals, solids, and mathematical/musical sequences are simply the reflections of such archetypal information encoded in light rays. These patterns contain the mystery of the universe because “every part and particle of holographically manifested matter possesses the qualities of the whole hologram.” For human beings, the ancestral Adam in spiritual philosophies is simply a symbol of an archetype in a sphere of the “highest vibrations” that is beyond “Time.” Through the coils of the mythical serpent (which are simply the paths of the light rays as they split to manifest as different appearances), the human body, with all its complexity of cells and DNA and genomes and amino acids, becomes a “holographic memory.” Mind programs the brain precisely because the human body is a holographic memory. For Roza and Margarita, “Raising our Thoughts to the level of archetypes actually means reaching into the depths of our essence.” Over centuries and centuries, spiritual philosophies have taught us to try to become like Adam. Working from the theory of holographic memory, we now have a scientific reason behind our efforts. Adam, as an archetype of encoded knowledge within the light rays, is the source of holographic memory and thus a more perfected state of enlightenment. In their final chapter, Roza and Margarita develop this theory of holographic memory to its logical conclusion, “We can see an example of the connection between the potential and its realization in the genetic code and its manifestation in an actual human life.” Through an understanding of this connection it will someday be possible to consciously shape our future as human beings because our genotypes provide the potential. We will become conscious co-Creators with our Creator. Reviewed by Don Shepherd Ph.D., USA ~ Dr. Don Shepherd Ph.D. in Intellectual History, Theosophy Northwest website http://www.theosophy-nw.org/theosnw/reviews/creator_and_creators.htm

Many Thanks for your Great Wisdom and Artistry. ~ Victoria LePage, author of Shambhala and Mysteries of the Bridechamber

I would like to congratulate you on this great work. It is quite comprehensive. ~ Sanjay Raghav, MBBS, MD, DM, FRACP, adjunct senior lecturer, Monash University, Department of Medicine, Therapeutic Director at Yarra Valley Living Centre, House of Gawler Cancer Foundation

...full of interesting ideas and concepts, this is a book which presents a possible view of life and existence. Much of it should be familiar to those with some experience of esoteric traditions and the authors' hypothesis that existence is a multi-layered hologram is a good addition to the esoteric literature. ~ Dr. Gregory Woodford, PhD in mathematics, Melbourne University

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Roza and Margarita Riaikkenen
Roza and Margarita Riaikkenen The coauthors of the book, Roza and Margarita Riaikkenen, are a mother and daughter team. Roza was born in Lithuania, in 1938. She survived...
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