Who and how created matter in the universe?

Petio Hristov
4 min readApr 5, 2023
The future is in the light! © Petio Hristov — author

Electrons and light created the matter of the universe. The process is continuous and it continues cyclically at six-time levels.

Creation is a “collective” work in which everyone participates: elementary particles, known and unknown forces, and all kinds of biologically living and non-living matter. We humans, animals, and plants here on Earth actively participate in forming.

Creation is not a momentary action. Creation is a continuous rebirth and a process in which the end can never be known.

The end of something existing is the beginning of something else that is at stake. Creation is continuous and multifaceted.

Matter and energy cannot be created or destroyed

There is an ingenious solution in nature — matter is converted from one species to another. Dark matter is converted into matter and matter is converted into dark matter.

Creation involves the continuous conversion of quantity and quality indicators into other quantitative and qualitative indicators of all existing elements and energies in the universe. This binds everything that exists a series of cause and effect.

The total amount of matter and energy in nature is always constant

In order to be able to “control” all changes so that the total amount of matter and energy is always constant in the universe, control is divided into six-time levels. At each level, a constant is maintained in separate “closed” regions that are within each other, such as atoms, cells, planet, constellations, galaxies, and the universe.

The control itself is provided by converting the elements inside each closed area.

Conversion is a basic natural process in which the constant total amount of matter and energy is continuously preserved. At the same time, matter and energy are continually passing from one species to another kind quantitatively and from one quality to another.

The change of one element in nature leads to the change of all other elements, so, externally, the system (atoms, cells, planet, constellations, galaxies, and the universe) remains continually unchanged.

Changes and movement in nature originate and create continuous conversion. This is an expression of causality in nature.

The nature of dark matter and dark energy

I discovered that the nature of dark matter is magnetic matter composed of dipoles and the nature of dark energy is magnetic energy composed of magnetic forces.

The dipoles of magnetic matter are stationary. Magnetic energy consists of stationary magnetic forces that create a stationary field of magnetic energy.

Magnetic dipoles are composed of a core around which there is a shell and are of four types.

Magnetic matter is the core of the dipole. The magnetic energy is in the shell of the dipole.

The core of the dipole is converted into an electron. The electron is the core of the dipole that is released from its shell.

The shell of the dipole is composed of four parts — north pole, south pole and two neutral parts which are left neutral and right neutral part.

Four types of cores in the dipole. Meaning of the indications in the dipole: 1SϿ↑ — (1) — first dipole, (S) — dark matter with south pole, (Ͽ) — right, (↑) — upper; 2NϾ) — (2) second dipole, (N) dark matter with north pole, (Ͼ) — left, (↓) — lower. Ϟ — a magnetic matter which envelops the first magnetic dipole and contains the magnetic energy. © Petio Hristov — author

The mutual arrangement of dipoles in magnetic creates a stationary magnetic field. It is composed of the south and north poles that meet in the middle of the magnetic field. In the part of the south pole and in the part of the north pole, three stationary magnetic forces are “formed”, who mirror each other.

Six forces in the magnetic spectrum. © Petio Hristov — author

The Creation of the Universe

A pair of photons converted the nuclei of magnetic matter into electrons.

The development of the electron is according to the Model of Development of Everything from the New Physics of Unity.

As they arise, electrons move. This movement creates an electric field. Some of the electrons undergo two reflections. At each reflection, the electrons are converted into quanta of light.

The structure of the electric field is mirroring the quantitative and qualitative structure of the magnetic field. The places of the north pole and the south pole of the magnetic field and the electric field have changed places. Stationary magnetic forces and a stationary magnetic field have been converted into fluctuating electric forces and alternating electric fields.

The interaction or entanglement between quanta of light creates oscillations of a certain frequency. Different frequencies mean different colors of light.

The frequencies of different colors are absorbed by the electric field. Thus, light “travels” in space on the electric field as a wave.

Fading is a phenomenon associated with the propagation of an electric wave. Each wave propagates at a finite velocity. The durability of the oscillation has a duration in time.

The interaction between quanta of light near a massive planet turns that planet into a star. Each star emits light that contains four different types of light. This specific type of light allows it to reproduce when the wave moves. This reproduction “overcomes” the attenuation of the wave that travels great distances.

The reproduction of light can be taken as its evolution.

The evolution of light is the reason why it comes from the Sun and distant stars.

When measuring the evolution of light, the distance between the Earth and the light source is determined.

The known matter arises from the “relationship” between electrons and the frequencies of colors of light with the help of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis makes the connection between matter and energy.

Photosynthesis is a natural process of living organisms in the universe that “produce” familiar matter associated with energy.

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Petio Hristov

Researcher. I love the unknown. I’m looking for answers to fundamental physical questions.