The model of the individual essence of the universe
Sheikh Al-Akbar Muhyiddin Ibn Al-Arabi is the only scientist who was able to formulate a unique cosmological model capable of explaining our observations in addition to many phenomena in physics and cosmology, and even solving some puzzling modern and historical mysteries in science and philosophy such as the EPR paradox and Zeno’s paradoxes of motion. Moreover, the individual essence model explains for the first time in history the importance of the “week” as a basic unit of both space and time. This fascinating theory is based on the concept of successive days in which Ibn al-Arabi shows that in each moment there is actually an entire week of creation occurring in the world.
The theory of duality of time, which results from the model of the individual essence, explains how multiplicity arises instantaneously from absolute unity, in every instance of our ordinary time! This theory leads to the absolute symmetry of space and its instantaneous separation of the physical and psychological worlds, with two perpendicular arrows of time in the form of a hyperbola. This will explain supersymmetry and the asymmetry of matter and antimatter, in addition to unifying the principles of relativity and quantum theories, as well as the psychological and spiritual fields; They are all ultimately based on the same complex temporal geometry, which provides a seamless link between discrete physical particles and absolute homogeneous (Euclidean) space, via four distinct levels of symmetry: normal, super, hyper and ultimate, in addition to the original level of absolute unity. All these symmetries will be naturally incorporated into the Standard Model of elementary particles, following the discovery of the hidden granular geometry revealed by the dual-time theory. That's why the cosmology is based exclusively on 1x2x3x4=24 fermions, plus 4 bosons, plus the original composite field. These four/five basic levels of geometry are reflected in nature on many levels, such as the four classical elements (and their fifth essence), the five regular polyhedrons (known as the Platonic solids), the Kaaba (with its cubic shape and four corners) and the five pillars of Islam.