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The Law of All Things - cover

The Law of All Things

H.Y. Kim

Publisher: haum

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Summary

All things reflect the nature of numbers. Every number has its own wavelength and spin, which is reflected in the properties of all things, including light and sound.
The original Big Bang starting point, \"Light_Sound_Element1,\" is the basis of all things in the universe.
\"Light_Sound_Element1\" gave birth to seeds of light and sound, and the seeds of light and sound gave birth to all things, and life did not evolve from nonliving things, but from the seeds of light and sound, there were already seeds of life and nonliving things.
Life or inanimate beings are bound to perish, but all of them strive to exist forever. The only way to do that is to preserve one\'s mass by becoming dark matter.
The owner of a creature is not a gene, but a creature.
The body of all living things dies, but the soul seeks to preserve its mass in the state of dark matter and achieve its purpose of surviving forever. In addition to the mechanism of light and sound, the Great Pyramid is another evidence of the law of all things, built by a superhuman being to convey a message about the soul to humans.

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