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The atom is composed of negatively (-01) charged electrons, which orbit around a nucleus of neutrally (0) charged neutrons and positively (+1) charged protons. This balance in charges makes the atom stable and creative. In Vedic terms, this primal structure can be seen as representing Sattwa, (the positive Guna, or magnetic pole, and force of Buddhi, or spiritual consciousness) in the proton, representing Rajas (the neutral pole and force of Prana – life energy) in the neutron, and representing Tamas (the negative pole and force of Manas – mind, sense, and body consciousness) in the electron.

According to the Vedic idea of creation, the three electric poles of creation came into being after the conscious soul, or Purusha, contacted the vehicle of creation called Maya, or delusion (Which was comprised of a creative vibration called Aum, and the dimensions, time, Kala, and space, Desa, as well as the primary idea of the atom, called Anu.)

When this connection between consciousness and creation took place, magnetism was born – hence the three electric poles. If, by observing Vedic science, the contents of the atom were related to the structure of universal interactive creation, then the positive pole, or each proton in the case of the atom, would also be the origin of the intelligent organs of the senses, the Jnanendriyas – comprising sound, touch, sight, taste, and smell. The neutrons would be the energetic organs of action, the Karmendriyas - comprising the feet, or motion, the hands, or manual skill, speech, excretion, and reproduction. The electrons would be the negative objects of the senses, the Tanmatras – comprising that which is heard, felt, seen, tasted, and smelt, which are the physical elements in physical creation.

According to Indian science, the very existence of the three poles creates duality by which we are all subject, and magnetic electricity, though which we are all functional.

The atom, however, is deeper that the three poles, or protons, neutrons, and electrons. The atom, as we know it, is composed of three elements – each of which is a level in the atoms creation. The proton is the finest level or element of the atom when associated with the Sattwic electric current. This particularly fine current is associated with pure thought and the Vedic Swarga, or level of creation, of Swarloka. This level, or world, consists of only very fine magnetic currents and ideas. The proton also relates to the causal body, the Sattwa Buddhi, of man; his body of ideas and intelligence. The neutron is compared to Prana or neutral life energy, which exists at the second level of creation, known as Bhuvarloka, which consists of electricity, or energy. This is also related to the astral body, the second body of man. Electrons are associated with the Tamasic negative current of creation, which creates the physical layer of creation – the five elements, as we know them. The electron also relates to the Swarga of Bhuloka, the world perceptible to all beings.

So, the atom holds three levels of creation within it. The electron level is the physical, the neutron level is the astral, Pranic, level, and the proton level is the causal level of thought and intelligence; but there are four more levels to the atom. The neutron and proton level are characterised in the Swargas, or stages of creation, as vacuums, because of the lack of physical substance in them, and because the pull in these worlds of the Sattwic magnetic current is so strong, which draws the consciousness back to God, or Truth.

The proton level is such a vacuum, that only magnetic currents can exist in it. The level beyond the vacuum of the proton is called the Chitta; this is the point where Purusha, or the soul, first met Maya, or creation. At this point, nothing is created – not even magnetism. There are no currents; therefore, there are no protons, neutrons, or electrons here. This translates as there being no senses, bodies, energies, elements, or thought here.

The only thing that resides here is the soul, Purusha, and the cosmic notion of delusion, Maya. This concept of delusion consists of the creative vibration of Aum, time, and space. Hence, it is invisible and unidentifiable to the human eye, or manufactured instruments. In the Swargas, it is known as Maharloka or Dasamadwara, the doorway between the lower (atomic) and higher (spiritual) worlds, or the doorway between creation, and the creative force.

In this respect, at the centre of the atom lies time and space in conceptual form, meaning that within the atom, time and space only exist as ideas, but not as perceptible dimensions. The other important structure in the atom is the vibration of Aum. It is this vibration, which creates time, space, and the atom. Vibration is the first expression of the creative force, which in Vedic terms is Parambrahma, or God. Looking at a vibrational current, we see peaks and troughs. It is the measure in-between the passing of these points that is the basis of time, and the measure of the areas in-between these points that is the base of space; and it is each individual point along this chrono-spatial vibration that becomes home to an atom. Thus, this creative intelligent vibration, Aum, forms the basic structure of creation.

However, there are three more components to the atom. As mentioned, it is the reflection of the soul, or Purusha, upon Maya that creates the heart centre or Chitta, which goes on to create magnetic electricity. The level above the “door” is called Janaloka in the Swarga system. It is the level, which is accommodated by pure souls, which are conscious of their separation from the still higher levels. So, beyond the vibration of Aum is Purusha, or soul consciousness. A level above this is Tapaloka; this is the level of Purushottama, which is pure Spirit in its undivided Self. This means that beyond the soul central to the atom is the vast ocean of Spirit. Finally, there is a realm called Satyaloka, which, in accordance with Vedic scriptures, is the realm of God, from which both the idea of creation, and the soul emerge – meeting to cause magnetic electricity, and thus the atom.

Dissecting the atom in this manner, first into magnetic poles of consciousness, then into dimensional ideas, then into spirit, and eventually back to God, means that, according to Vedic science, everything we perceive is nought but God. Thus, the atom is nought but a multi-dimensional idea brought to life and containing the power of God.