Temporal Trajectories and Temporal Trajectory Assemblages

Temporal Trajectory (noun):
In the field of cosmology and theoretical physics, a “Temporal Trajectory” describes the path traced by an object or entity across spacetime, encapsulating its entire history from the past to the future. This concept highlights an entity’s unique journey within the cosmic fabric of the Plurality [Omniverse].
Usage: “The Star Shamanic concept of ‘Kāla Mārga’ parallels the term ‘Temporal Trajectory’ employed in theoretical physics to describe an entity’s path through spacetime [i.e. a world-line].”

Temporal Trajectory Assemblage (noun):
Array of interconnected ‘Temporal Trajectories’ [world-lines], akin to a bundle of superficially similar individual histories. The term signifies an aggregation of entangled paths traveled by diverse entities through spacetime. The concept underscores macroscopic resemblance within an Assemblage while allowing for divergence between Trajectories arising from both subjective experience and the innate quantum uncertainty of the underlying substrate.
Usage: “The recently coined term ‘Temporal Trajectory Assemblage’ draws its inspiration from the ancient Shamanic ‘Kāla Mārga Granthi.’ Star Shamen describe a Granthi [Bundle, Assemblage] as a convergence of interconnected threads, where each strand is an individual subjective life. Within a Temporal Trajectory Assemblage, histories share extensively with other Trajectories…”

Note: Macroscopic resemblance between Temporal Trajectories within a Temporal Trajectory Assemblage is established by the common ruliad and the ontological inertia of common history.

Trajectories within a Temporal Trajectory Assemblage share ontology, supporting the principle of Simplification of Information.

Divergences between Temporal Trajectories within an Assemblage stem from both (1) the causal downstream effects of subjective information inaccessible within a self-boundary, and (2) from the innate quantum uncertainty dynamics which compound chaotically over time to produce macroscopic ontological drift.

In opposition to the tendency for Temporal Trajectories to diverge, the underlying entropic topological landscape of the fundamental computational substrate [Karana Polytope] manifests a surface meniscus effect between Temporal Trajectories (and Assemblages). The emergent meniscus effects cause Temporal Trajectories to merge over time in a process akin to the annealing of blobs of floating oil.

It is not currently known if a dynamic equilibrium is ever reached where the branching and merging effects are balanced, or if the Plurality itself is expanding or contracting.


See: Kāla Mārga Granthi

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