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Nature of the Sun is written by Sebastiaan van der Meulen and has been published February 25th 2015.
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The cosmology book written in Nature of the Sun is filled with discoveries yet unknown to the masses of physicists. The discoveries in the book came about by forming a simple yet powerful subatomic particle using infinites and once made all phenomena in Heaven fell in place logically and without error. The subatomic particle has a simple mechanism and is easily understood by readers using infinites and logic rather than mathematics. The cosmology book can be proven correct using a test on ice crystals. Because there is a hole in Heaven besides the particles and this hole can be used to create patterns that pull ice crystals into different shapes as they grow. As ice crystals have much flexibility in their growth and they can be reshaped by means unknown to today's science and I wrote how to do this in the book.
The book Nature of the Sun has several books written within you may like. Including a model of the human brain which describes the logic of mental thinking and the feelings humans get from instincts. Also a book on genetics is explained by means of cosmology because the book is very well developed. Nature of the Sun begins with the book Nature of Heaven which describes all of cosmology.
Just about anything of the human brain is explained within this book in a book named Nature of Human: Mental matters using full on logic.
Genetics is described using cosmology.
Mental insanity is explained.
A piece from the book Nature of Human I have added here and it explains a basic version of the human brain and how it works as well as the personality instincts. The book Nature of Human: Mental matters contains the full detailed explanation and is located within Nature of the Sun.
I will explain some details about the brain and how it works. The brain is filled with brain cells. These are microscopic small cells that grow connections between each other. The human brain has many brain cells and in the center of the brain is what is called white matter and around this is what is called grey matter. The white matter are made of brain cells that quickly grow connections that also un-grow quickly and this forms the short term memory. The gray brain cells slowly grow connections and they do not let go and this forms long term memory. The white matter brain cells can also grow permanent connections if they are used often enough so pathways can grow in the white matter short term memory and these pathways extend into the gray matter where the long term memories are located. These pathways in the brain I name the nexus and the nexus is like nerve matter except nerves have their connections pre-grown and brain cells first need to grow their connections. The nexus its pathways are also made of two type of connections called dendrite and axon connections and nerve matter also has these two type of connections. The dendrites are the distributors of information in the brain and I name them memory matter for this and the axons are the comparers of the information that passes through memory matter and I name the axon connections compare matter for this. A brain or nerve signal that passes through nerves and nexus is made of what I name pulses. These are short electric pulses that when feeding multiple through the nerves and nexus contain information which is a signal and also a feeling in the brain and nerves. A signal is also a memory once stored to the short term memory or long term memory. They are the same thing. The compare matter will compare the signals passing through the memory matter in the nerves and nexus and doing so it compares if two signals are equal or different and how much they are equal or different. When two signals are different compare matter will separate the two signals and when two signals are the same compare matter will group the two signals together combining them. When one thinks one is comparing two signals no more and no less. Be it from the senses to the memory or from memory to memory. Compare matter will spread two signals into both brain halves for their differences and then one will feel how much two signals are equal or different. So one knows by feeling what the differences between two signals are. All pulses cause feeling in the nexus and nerves and at the same moment they are the information signals that contain information like the signals coming from the eyes for example. So one knows what one is looking at by feeling. The signals from the eyes will enter the short term memory by nerves and enter the nexus. From here the nexus will compare the signals coming from the eyes with long term memory and if a match is found to be equal the compare matter will group the long term memory together with the signal coming from the eyes and now one knows the long term memory is the same thing one is observing with the eyes. And the long term memory maybe merged with more information like the name of what one is observing and thus one can know the name of something one has learned prior to long term memory when observing the same thing. Signals coming from the eyes will not feel as strong as a bodily feeling however one still feels this as different information.
All nerve endings in the body will feed pulses to the brain and this causes for what I name pulse location patterns. Every nerve ending in the body besides a few feeds pulses even the thick nerve pathways do this and this creates pulse location patterns across the nervous system that feed into the brain. Every piece of nerve has its own pattern feeding into the brain so one now has a signaling location for the nervous system which the long term memory will memorize. The nerve endings are often attached to muscles in the body and when a long term memory is recalled on how to move a muscle then the compare matter will chain group the long term memory to the nerve endings like the nerve endings acting as a beacon that feeds the same pulse location pattern as that was stored to long term memory. So one can memorize how to move muscles and later move the muscles using the long term memory as compare matter will chain group from connection to connection the two signals together. Thus the pulse location pattern coming from nerve endings at muscles and the long term memory its signal which once learned how to move a muscle also contains the pulse location pattern of that muscle. And the two signals will group together in a chain from the nexus to the nerve endings at the muscles.
One can also use plain thinking without long term memory to respond to a bodily feeling thus straight from short term memory. If something hurts much one may move the limb that hurts without even needing a long term memory or if something feels pleasant one will focus upon this pleasant feeling chain grouping one's focus to the beacon of the nerve endings their pulse location pattern. A newborn child will clasp its hand if it's touched in the palm of its hand as it is focusing on the stimulation coming from the pulse location pattern in the palm of the hand. If the pulse location pattern becomes larger in signal size this increases its focus so one notices it more. And if a pulse location pattern becomes highly continues meaning the pulse location pattern is repeating much it feels painful and when it's interrupted it feels pleasant thus if a pulse location pattern is fed in interrupted moments. Like a tickle on the skin it's an interrupted feeling so it's pleasant but a continues squeeze of the skin will feed a continues signal to the brain and this will hurt.
A human brain can grow memory matter and compare matter and the more one has of these the more adept one becomes with them. So a newborn won't have much of these matters in the short term memory but an adult that has practiced thinking or memorizing in life will have much more memory matter or compare matter. And the more compare matter one has the better one becomes at thinking thus intelligence and be sensitive in the information comparing and the more memory matter one has the higher one can focus a signal and this allows for easier learning. As a stronger signal will more easily grow connections in the long term memory but also in the short term memory. A signal its size is based upon how many pulses it has at the same moment. Thus if a signal is made of a hundred pulses at once and continuing to feed or a signal is made of two hundred pulses at once and continuing to feed the later will have a larger signal size and a large signal size will more easy store to memory. The short term memory thus the white matter is the center of one's consciousness however all of the nexus and nerves can feel and compare and distribute pulses that form signals. So one's consciousness is also in one's toe for example as one will feel a pleasure or a pain literally at the toe location in one's body.
Also a pleasant signal is made of interrupted pulses and an unpleasant signal is made of a continues feed of pulses. The more pulses one has in the brain and nerves the more pleasure one will feel however when too much signaling occurs from a continued feed of pulses the brain cells or nerve matter will shut down and this bottlenecks the pulses passing through and thus one now has less pulses and this is felt as pain. Too much continuation of pulses causes that compare matter will block the pulses thus a signal becomes separated from the rest of one's consciousness and this means lesser pulses are present. Memory matter and compare matter are intertwined together in the nerves and nexus pathways meaning they follow each other up so when compare matter blocks a signal also memory matter is affected.
Connected to the nexus by nerves are the senses and the instincts and they all give input into the nexus and the nexus keeps comparing these signals to long term memory and short term memory. And the instincts will also compare the signals in the nexus to their own prebuild memory and respond like having a long term memory surface when something equals. So if a signal equals an instinct its prebuild memory the compare matter will group the two signals together from instinct to nexus in a chain group of grouping and this causes that the instinct can make one behave based upon something that is observed with the eyes for example or even from a long term memory signal that is active in the nexus. An instinct can make one feel pleasant or unpleasant about an observation. So one can observe the world around one with the eyes for example and long term memories can surface that are grouped by compare matter if they equal the observation and at the same moment these long term memories can excite an instinct so one responds instinctively to one's observation of the world. I explain the brain in full details in a model written in the book Nature of Human: Mental matters within the book Nature of the Sun.
Now I will explain two groups of instincts that are personality instinct which causes human behavior. The respect in the light means the daylight where all humans that live as a tribe can see each other and truth is seen in the light. When all see each other there are no lies amongst humans and one's circle of respect is in harmony. In the darkness however the truth may not always be seen. The respect in the darkness is for two faced humans that show themselves as honest in the light but when darkness comes they gain a respect circle of selfish persons. These two faced are never with equality because fighting some and not others is still selfish.
I will explain how the instincts work of the respect in the light and the respect in the darkness. I have the root behaviors of the instincts figured out and from these roots elaborate behavior comes when the instincts work in combination of each other and combined with experiences that are stored in human memory. A spirit is a human feeling. Humans have feelings that make a human like or dislike things. Human feeling comes from human instinct. An instinct is a behavioral instruction set that gives one a feeling otherwise one wouldn't feel besides the senses their behavior. An instinct has a pleasant feeling and an unpleasant painful feeling to it as it guides away from pain and into pleasure. Instinctual feelings attach themselves to a memory of an experience because experiences are memorized while feeling instincts at the same moment as the instincts respond to certain behaviors. Instincts respond using prebuild instructions in the brain as in written in the genes to anything that corresponds to their instruction set and when they respond which they do consistently for certain behaviors an instinct learns one to respond to this behavior using pleasure or pain. Anything that feels uncomfortable or stressful is a pain. Human instinct or feelings guide humans in a variable environment in combination with experiences of the variable environment like the location one lives and the experiences that come with it. The instincts cause all humans to have a default behavior no matter where humans interact with the environment or each other. Be it an on the moment experience or a memorized experienced of the past one's thoughts about the instincts are there to guide humans to prosperity. However humans have two groups of behavioral instincts. Humans can choose between a group of dishonest instincts and a group of honest instincts. The dishonest and immoral instincts are beast feelings and selfish while the honest and moral instincts are humane and form equality.
Besides that there are two groups of instinct and that they use pleasure or pain there are also two ways these instinct express in a human. There are bodily feelings and there are head feelings and both come forth from the same instincts. It is a matter of what one is focused upon most which one feels. So if one feels pleasant by an instinct while focused on the body then one feels pleasure in the body and if one is focused on the head that same instinctual feeling is felt on the head. When felt in the body or the head it causes a human to react different to feelings or spirits. If one feels an instinct excite in the body then this means one's instrument or physical form in the world is having pleasure or displeasure. And if one feels an instinct excite in the head then this means one's inner personality feels pleasure or displeasure. One's personality is also one's orientation point in the world as on the head one sees and hears and has the balancing senses for example while one's body is one's control instrument in the world using feet and arms. For example if one walks in a crowd of humans that one doesn't know one can think of all these humans as bodies rather than inner persons causing one to focus on one's body in their presence and think about the other's as bodies. This causes feelings to happen in the body and make one think about one's surroundings. And if one looks at somebody and begins to think about this human then one thinks about the human its inner person and as such one is focused on one's own inner person which is the head feeling and now one feels personal about this someone. Another example is a feeling of fear which can be in the body or in the head. If one encounters a dangerous beast one won't know this beast its person and a bodily feeling can act like fear for one's physical being. Or another human is insulting one's person and this makes one focus on one's head and fear is then felt in the head for one's person rather than one's body. Or one receives a loving touch from another human its body and one may think bodily about the other human while a kind word may have one think pleasant about the other its person.
First I will explain the honest spirits that guide humans to prosperity in a non-selfish and honest method. The first instinct is its corner stone and all respect in the light instincts flow from here.
First is the equality instinct which makes one feel pleasant when observing or thinking about the happiness of another and unpleasant when observing or thinking about the unhappiness of another. This makes one want to treat another equal and fair. The pleasant spirits of the equality instinct for body is named equality and for the head is named harmony. And the unpleasant spirits of the equality instinct for the body is named inequality and for the head is named disharmony. The spirit of inequality is also a feeling of guilt. One doesn't want to feel the unpleasant spirit but the pleasant one so one is guided to share pleasant feelings together treating each other as equals. Would another be observed feeling unpleasant then the equality instinct will also give oneself an unpleasant feeling and thus one wants the other equally happy or feeling pleasant as oneself so the equality instinct guides humans to equal happiness. The equality instinct expresses its feeling at the belly and mouth with front chin. As in sharing food equal amongst humans. One can try and observe if this is true or not by remembering or thinking about experiences where one is treated equally or unequally and one will observe that this is true. The feelings will present themselves at the belly or the mouth. And so it is with the location feelings of the other instincts that I explain.
The equality instinct responds to signals in the brain and thus if the equality instinct notices a pleasant signal it also gives a pleasant signal to the belly and when it notices an unpleasant signal it also gives an unpleasant signal to the belly. So when observing pleasure or displeasure in another human and one thinks about this empathically the equality instinct will also feed one this feeling and this learns one to treat each other as equals.
Second is the love instinct which makes one feel pleasant when pleasure is observed or thought about as given to oneself or even to someone else. It is caring for each other in equality of life. And the love instinct its unpleasant feeling happens when pleasure is observed or thought of as taken away from oneself or someone else. This makes one feel lonely. The pleasant spirits of the love instinct are named by body the spirit of love and by head the spirit of kindness. And the unpleasant spirits of the love instinct are named by body the spirit of burden and by head the spirit of mentality. Giving love takes burden and sharing pleasure makes human life wonderful and allows humans to do different works in groups while all are working towards the goal of group happiness. Like some prepare food and some make clothing and then share their burden which feels as love to the receiver but it takes burden from oneself so work can feel unpleasant but sharing work makes everything work better. The love instinct will feed its pleasant feeling to the chest for its body spirit and the lower jaw on the bottom side and at the upper throat for its head spirit.
When the love instinct notices an increasing pleasant signal it will responds with a pleasant signal to the chest so it feels as if pleasure is coming nearer thus given. And the love instinct when it notices a decreasing pleasant signal it will respond with an unpleasant signal to the chest so it feels as if pleasure is taken away.
Third is the trust instinct which makes one feel pleasant when one has experienced something pleasant before and memorized it. So the instinct knows memory to observation and gives a pleasant feeling of trust when one has experienced one's environment before in a pleasant manner. When there is no experience of the environment one is in for example and one feels unpleasant for any reason the trust instinct feeds an unpleasant feeling of distrust. It makes one feel alert for possible new and unpleasant situations. The pleasant spirits of the trust instinct are named by body the spirit of trust and by head the spirit of kindred. And the unpleasant spirits of the trust instinct are named by body the spirit of distrust and by head the spirit of homeless. The head feeling of the trust instinct is personal so this makes it that one is drawn to someone with similarities that makes the other kindred to oneself. The spirit of kindred bonds humans as friends. And the spirit of homeless is felt when one cannot find another that has similarities to oneself. Distrust also makes one doubt. The instinct of trust is felt at one's lower back and the top of the back of the head. This is exactly where one has lesser abilities to observe and if humans would be walking on all four limbs then this would be the place where a chasing predator can bite so one may avoid having any dangers behind one's back.
When the trust instinct notices two pleasant signals thus one from observation and one from memory or two pleasant signals from memory it will feed a pleasant feeling to the lower back giving one a trusting feeling. When the trust instinct notices one unpleasant signal it will feed an unpleasant feeling to the lower back. This makes it so that if one has experienced something as pleasant one learns to trust it.
Fourth is the respect instinct which makes one feel pleasant for any other pleasant feeling that one feels but also unpleasant for any other unpleasant feeling one feels. The respect instinct repeats its feeling in intervals with periods between making one think again and again about a pleasant or unpleasant experience. It has a chemical clock inside that waits before it feeds its feeling again so one will notice the respect feeling in intervals. This makes it so that the spirit of respect causes one to repeat things and improve on them as one wants to feel the pleasant feeling. This makes the spirit of respect one's work for example when gaining pleasure from one's work in a repetitive way. The respect instinct will remind one about something pleasant and causes one to repeat this behavior so one becomes skilled or practiced at this and it can be considered work as its pleasant things often after burden that make one respectful in that work. The unpleasant spirit of the respect instinct is the spirit of shame. The spirit of shame is unpleasant and makes one not want to do something and the instinct repeats this feeling so one is reminded not to do it again. The respect instinct makes one do or don't and it's bodily feeling or its head feeling causes the same behavior so the spirits of the respect instinct are only two and not four. The respect instinct is felt on the body at the sides at belly height and on the head at the cranial lobes next to the eyes. This makes one stand upright when feeling pleasant because the back is straightened and it makes one bend the body forward in shame when feeling unpleasant.
Here are the dishonest spirits that guide humans to prosperity in a selfish and dishonest method. The first instinct is its corner stone and all the respect in the darkness instincts flow from here.
First is the selfishness instinct which makes one feel pleasant when observing or thinking about another feeling unpleasant and it makes one feel unpleasant when observing or thinking about another feeling pleasant. So the selfishness instinct is the direct opposite to the equality instinct and there is no logical halfway between. It makes one want to have others below oneself and in pain so one can feel pleasant and above. The pleasant spirits of the selfishness instinct are named by body the spirit of selfishness and by head the spirit of destruction. And the unpleasant spirits of the selfishness instincts are named by body the spirit of damn and by head the spirit of cabal. The head feelings of the selfishness instincts are personal so pleasantly one wants to destroy another person and unpleasantly one feels to conspire against others be it alone or with others. The selfishness instinct has a threshold that needs to be overcome before it changes from pleasant to unpleasant this is why it is highly aggressive or restless and selfish ones always try to push further into being above another. It is like with a dog that first needs to be shown it cannot dominate before it lets go and to do this one has to punish it harder than its pleasant side of the instinct will feed pleasure for observing pain. Once the dog is pushed into its spirit of damn it may become submissive though this makes it a begging and idolizing creature for pleasures in hopes it still gets the pleasure it wants by other feelings that it can get besides the selfishness instinct. The selfishness instinct is felt at the upper half of the back and the lower half of the back of the head. It makes one spread one's shoulders when feeling selfishness and makes one point the nose into the air. Unpleasantly the selfishness instinct will have one shrink its shoulders inwards and point the nose to the ground.
When the selfishness instinct notices a pleasant signal it will feed displeasure to the upper back and when it notices an unpleasant signal it will feed pleasure to the upper back. This causes that one always wants the other to be in pain and observing this pain will then empathically cause for the spirit of selfishness to feed its pleasant feeling to the upper back. It makes one want to be above another and not below. It causes for a fighting hierarchy of dominance amongst beasts but also people that follow the respect in the darkness. The selfishness instinct is the immoral opposite to the equality instinct as it makes humans unequal and as above or below each other.
Second is the fight instinct which makes one feel pleasant when giving increased pain to another and unpleasant when receiving increased pain. This causes one to fight another with increased pain giving. It makes one want to over force another with pain. So as one feels increasingly unpleasant by the spirit of damn one is guided to fight another but if it's the same pain one is used to one may remain submissive and not fight the pain. Usually any pain happening from one's dormant state can excite the fight instinct and sometimes this gives a human a bad morning mood or temper after waking up. The pleasant spirits of the fight instinct are named by body the spirit of body fight and by head the spirit of head fight. And the unpleasant spirits of the fight instinct are named by body the spirit of body fear and by head the spirit of head fear. Body fighting is physical fighting and head fighting can be considered with the tongue thus insulting or mocking or more obscure actions as deceiving another in its blind sight or unawareness and lying and thinking up things to hurt another using manipulation and this is already head fighting another even not in the bodily presence of a victim. The fight instinct acts as a result of the selfishness and steal instincts even if caused by another because in equality of life humans do not deliberately hurt each other and there is no real reason to fight. The fight instinct is felt bodily at one's lower legs from the knees down and into the feet and on the head on top of the head. When one becomes aggressive to fight this can cause one to stamp one's feet as in demonstrating one is about to fight and one may raise one's head upwards. When in fear this may cause one to freeze one's lower legs so one becomes obscure in movement and one may lower the head downwards as in hiding.
When the fight instinct notices a decreased unpleasant signal it will feed pleasure to the lower legs and when it notices an increased unpleasant signal it will feed displeasure to the lower legs. This makes it so that when a decrease is felt in pain one thinks of it as giving away pain to another and it is rewarded with pleasure so the instinct learns one to fight others. Increasing an unpleasant signal will cause for fear and this can have one cower away. The fight instinct is the immoral opposite to the love instinct.
Third is the steal instinct which makes one feel pleasant when taking pleasure from another and feel unpleasant when another is having pleasure. So one is made jealous and wants to steal the happiness from another. The pleasant spirit of the steal instinct is named the spirit of steal and the unpleasant spirit of the steal instinct is named the spirit of jealousy. Like with the respect instinct this instinct doesn't make one behave different for personal or bodily things. So the instinct of steal has two spirits instead of four. The steal instinct is more personally orientated while the selfishness instinct is more bodily orientated. As with stealing one has to worm its thoughts into things to steal like money which has no other purpose to make humans unequal and to be stolen. While the selfishness instinct makes one want to have itself emit prestige and charms bodily. The steal instinct feeds its feeling towards the hands and ears. When one feels jealous this makes one open the hands and deaf for words focusing on the steal and not on anything else. Once one is ready to take hold of something that one wants to steal one feels the pleasant feeling of the steal instinct and clasps the hands and listen carefully to make an obscure getaway. This is as a primitive beast that clasps onto something pleasant to eat.
When the steal instinct notices an increased pleasant signal it will feed pleasure to the hands and when it notices a pleasant signal it will feed displeasure to the hands. This causes one to become jealous of another its pleasure and willing to take the pleasure from another as an increased pleasure makes it feel the pleasant thing comes near one. So it makes one steal things and also causes for endless greed. The steal instinct is the immoral opposite to the trust instinct and its unpleasant side is the same as the spirit of damn from the selfishness instinct and its pleasant side is the same as the spirit of love. This combination of unpleasant towards pleasant feeling on the hands causes theft and greed.
These three instincts are the instincts of the respect in the darkness however the instincts of love, trust and respect can also work in combination with the instincts of selfishness and steal instead of with the instinct of equality so their behaviors become different and I will explain.
In the respect in the darkness the love instinct cannot share caring in equality so it makes for selfish love which is dominance for the one receiving love and submissiveness for the one that is forced to give love because in selfishness fighting forces each other into inequality and so selfish lovers force each other to submit and be below each other till either one submits or as often the selfish relation comes to an end. In equality of life humans become friends and love will promote one special friend that is trusted the most and this one is often kindred and allowed to share pleasure in more private ways. Such relations may last forever as humans in equality of life can find the right lover for life. I also name the spirits different in the respect in the darkness so the spirit of love is named the spirit of dominance and the spirit of loneliness is named the spirit of submissiveness. The spirit of kindness is named the spirit of idol and the spirit of mentality is named the spirit of hate. Idol and hate are head feelings and thus one places the idol its person above one's personality and or others their personalities and a hated person below one's personality and or others their personalities. To idolize someone is to place another above oneself deliberately in hopes one can gain pleasure from the idol. One submits one's person to another with a special ability in hopes to gain from this special ability one doesn't have itself.
In the respect in the darkness the trust instinct is not about being aware of one's environment but about being in control of one's environment. So one either controls the surroundings or one doesn't. This means one is dominant in fighting so one can be selfishly in control of for example the land and steal from its people using taxes or like a beast one can feed first of a hunted prey. In combination with the selfishness instinct the trust instinct its spirits are named the spirit of control pleasantly and un-control unpleasantly for the bodily feeling and for the pleasant head feeling the spirit of kindred is named the spirit of dealers and for the unpleasant head feeling the spirit of homeless is named the spirit of enemy. In selfishness there is no friendship but only ones attempting to gain from each other so they deal with each other rather than help. And when there are no similarities in person or use for someone then selfish ones are enemies.
In the respect in the darkness the respect instinct does the same as in the respect in the light so I have no different spirit names for this instinct for the respect in the darkness. In total there are seven pleasant spirits of the respect in the light and ten pleasant spirits of the respect in the darkness. Because respect is a continuation of things or work it makes it so one can have respect in equality or selfishness forming the respect in the light or the respect in the darkness.
Humans are guided by these two groups of behavioral personality instincts be it based on selfishness or equality. This means dishonesty or honesty and bend or righteous. All instincts have a pleasant and a unpleasant feeling or spirit. There are more behavioral instincts that can act besides the two groups that I name the respect in the darkness and the respect in the light. Such as the soul instinct that makes one curios or bored and the emotion instinct however they are not explained here but fully in detail in the book of Nature of human: Mental matters.
Also one may notice focusing on one's hands will have one feel the ears and focusing on the ears will have one feel the hands. This is because the nerve pathways in hands and ears have a similar pulse location pattern to them and the head and body has more of such locations all explained in the book.
I hope you enjoyed the explanation and will be looking to learn everything I can teach you. I spent five years making the logic work and now its finally done. In the book Nature of Human: Mental matters you will see that everything comes together in one large puzzle that fits logically.