8 Aug 2002 @ 10:58, by adi gaia
The *Earth*Star*Ship* Ascension Grid/Core/Matrix of Creation is now selfactivating.
This Universal Life System Matrix of Creation is now available to *Earth*Star*Ship* Ascending Masters of Creation to create the new life forms of the Mother Universe.
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Below is an explaination of the term 'matrix'.
***Matrix Mechanics in Quantum Theory / Matrix As Shamanic Journey***
The Matrix
matrix
matrix (mâ´trîks) noun plural matrices (mâ´trîsêz´, màt´rî) or matrixes
1.A situation or surrounding substance within which something else originates, develops, or is contained: "Freedom of expression is the matrix, the indispensable condition, of nearly every form of freedom" (Benjamin N. Cardozo).
2.The womb.
3.Anatomy. a. The formative cells or tissue of a fingernail, toenail, or tooth. b. ground substance.
4.Geology. a. The solid matter in which a fossil or crystal is embedded. b. Groundmass.
5.A mold or die.
6.The principal metal in an alloy, as the iron in steel.
7.A binding substance, as cement in concrete.
8.a. Mathematics. A rectangular array of numeric or algebraic quantities subject to mathematical operations. b. Something resembling such an array, as in the regular formation of elements into columns and rows.
9.Computer Science. The network of intersections between input and output leads in a computer, functioning as an encoder or a decoder.
10.Printing. a. A mold used in stereotyping and designed to receive positive impressions of type or illustrations from which metal plates can be cast. Also called mat2. b. A metal plate used for casting typefaces.
11.An electroplated impression of a phonograph record used to make duplicate records.
[Middle English matrice, from Old French, from Late Latin mâtrìx, mâtrìc, from Latin, breedinganimal, from mâter, mâtr, mother.]
matrix (noun)
mold: mold, matrix, mint number: vector, matrix, tensor, quaternion surroundings: medium, matrix print type: flong, matrix
matrix
matrix (mâ'triks) noun
An arrangement of rows and columns used for organizing related items, such as numbers, dots, spreadsheet cells, or circuit elements. Matrices are used in mathematics for manipulating rectangular sets of numbers. In computing and computer applications, matrices are used for the similar purpose of arranging sets of data in table form, as in spreadsheets and lookup tables. In hardware, matrices of dots are used in creating characters on the screen as well as in print (as by dotmatrix printers). In electronics, matrices of diodes or transistors are used to create networks of logic circuits for such purposes as encoding, decoding, or converting information. grid. 
Matrix Mechanics in Quantum Theory
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German physicist Werner Heisenberg, developed a different mathematical analysis known as matrix mechanics. According to Heisenberg's theory, the analysis was not an equation but a matrix: an array consisting of an infinite number of rows, each row consisting of an infinite number of quantities. Matrix mechanics showed that there were an infinite number of matrices that represented the position and momentum of an electron inside an atom. 

