Very well, then, once again, a Genesis calculation: A day of the first material Creation Universe evolving in this form amounts to 311,040,000,000,000 well-known years of earthly chronology, and this is calculated from the first beginning of its becoming up to the last iota of its passing. In a 7 x 7-fold form, the length of day of Creation increases with every new and higher developed universe, so the next universe and, thus, Creation would have to have a longer day, which is to be calculated at 2,177,280,000,000,000 years, according to which, then, the calculation would have to look like this:
First materially evolving universe: 311,040,000,000,000 years
Second materially evolving universe: 2,177,280,000,000,000 years
Third materially evolving universe: 15,240,960,000,000,000 years
Fourth materially evolving universe: 106,686,720,000,000,000 years
Fifth materially evolving universe: 746,807,040,000,000,000 years
Sixth materially evolving universe: 5,227,649,280,000,000,000 years
Seventh materially evolving universe: 36,593,544,960,000,000,000 years
(After the first coarse-material universe, the coarse-material matter refines itself from universe to universe, until with the seventh stage, all of the coarse-material matter is changed to fine materiality.)
After the seventh development, the Creation would then have to evolve to the Ur-Creation and carry out the corresponding transformation. Now, my calculations don't include the last figures, but they agree in the large values. Is this right?
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