• On October 20 1942 Fantappié presented his theory of syntropy to the Academia d’Italia in a paper called ‘The Uniﬁed Theory of the Physical and Biological World’.
• “Syntropy: The Spirit of Love”, published in 2015 by Ulisse Di Corpo and Antonella Vannini.
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Date/Time: Wednesday, July 15, 9:00am PT, 6:00pm in Italy.
· How ARV Relates to Syntropy - Marty Rosenblatt, host (10 minutes)
· Syntropy: The Spirit of Love - Ulisse (50 minutes)
· Questions and Comments - (30 minutes)
I attended the live two-hour session (it is available on YouTube https://youtu.be/uCKgC896o9Q) and was inspired to put the discussion into runic language. While Hagalaz is the rune of the rainbow bridge, the rune of change and transformation, and relates well to entropy (and to syntropy as well, as change of form involves creation as well as destruction), and Berkana, as the rune of new growth, could easily be used to symbolize syntropy, I decided that a combination rune---Dagaz with Isa in the middle---would portray the complete process the best.
Simply put, entropy is the past, the visible world, what has been created and is passing away. Syntropy is the future, all potential, the invisible world, and what might come into being. The present, or point of balance, is what is being created.
Entropy, as the visible, quantitative, objective world, is the realm of hard science.
Syntropy, as the invisible, qualitative, subjective world, is the realm of intent and aspiration.
Entropy is the dissipative process of increasing disorder, decay, and death. Syntropy is the creative process of increasing order, concentration, and life. Entropy is a closed system (would syntropy also be a closed system if entropy were denied existence?).
To put it briefly, syntropy has not been recognized by hard science because it would require time to run backwards from the future to the present. Einstein’s famous equation plus momentum states that time runs backwards, but physicists did not “like” this idea and therefore threw it out. At least, some physicists. Other physicists, mathematicians, and psychologists, such as Ulisse Di Corpo, asked, “Why not explore it?”
With entropy alone, time must always move forwards from the past to the present to the future. However, entropy cannot explain life or consciousness. With entropy alone, we have a dying and dead universe devoid of meaning and purpose. But if we accept syntropy (a term coined by Luigi Fantappié in 1942), we add the other half of reality: the invisible world of “attractors.” In this world, we naturally have the ability to sense the future and choose the best alternative. We feel the right choice in the heart.
“Life ascends from the quantum level,” Di Corpo said. “The origin of life is in the future.” (My teacher Duane/DaBen says, “Consciousness begins with any degree of order.” So does Seth. If you don’t know who Seth is, see www.sethlearningcenter.org.)
In practical terms: here, in the present, we create what is coming into being by sensing the future and lining up with those “attractors” that agree with our intent and desires.
The present is the point of convergence. I believe we use data from both what has been created (the “past”) and what we are sensing from what might be created (the “future”). As you can see, I think it might be best to move beyond the terms “past, present, future.” Instead, let’s talk Norse mythology and the three Norns. The grandmother is entropy, “that which has been created.” The mother is the present, or “that which is being created now.” The maiden is syntropy, or “that which is coming.” Furthermore, these three forces, symbolized by three sisters, ensure the continuation of the universe. Even when the battle between fire and ice results in the death of the universe, the three sisters will weave it anew. In addition, the data from the old universe will be used in the mix so nobody and nothing will ever truly die.
But let’s talk about time running backwards. This has been rejected because it has only been visualized as having to occur in the visible universe; to some hard scientists, the visible universe is all that exists. Time running backwards in the visible universe would mean your broken egg turning back into a whole egg. But if the invisible universe of syntropy is taken into account, time running backwards takes on a new meaning. Basically, it means that in the present, we create from the field of all possibilities, or the future. The field of all possibilities is what we generally refer to as “future.” If we toss the word “future” away and simply think in terms of “what might come into being,” or potential, it might be easier to explore this idea.
Yet, for discussion purposes, we can’t completely do away with time terms. For example: Dagaz, as the infinity symbol, suggests that data from the past is sent into the future as well, which then mixes with fresh possibilities for new creation, which are then sent backwards into not only the present, but also into the past. (From here on, I may be going beyond what could be discussed in the two-hour webinar, and some of what I say may elicit disagreement.) I do believe I have experienced new things happening in the past. It feels like a “twinkling” that spreads uptime like a shower of light, changing not only the past, but the present and future possibilities.
My own experience of syntropy, entropy, and the present moment is that of a cosmic dance taking place within me and outside of me everywhere. As I sit here, millions of cells in my body are dying and millions of cells are being born. Entropy may ensure that the flower wilts, but syntropy ensures that a new flower will be born. But the wilted flower doesn’t die in vain. Its information is sent to the future (or the unmanifest) to seed new possibilities of flowerhood.
Entropy, syntropy, and balance might also be related to the three gunas in raja yoga: Tamas (entropy), rajas (syntropy), and sattva (balance). In the meditative traditions, the goal is sattva. One might oscillate to one side or another, but maintaining a large sattvic, or balanced state, is best. It is from the sattvic state that we can best create reality and benefit from both past and future data. In the sattvic state, we can best sense future “attractors” and respond to them.
Since many people are in entropic mode, they seek to increase syntropy through such activities as meditation. But they only need increase syntropy to the point of balance. Entropy is not all death and decay; it is composed of data on what has been created. As such, it adds to the evolution of the whole and does indeed provide feedback to the future (and to the present) just as the future provides feedback to the present (and the past). At least, it would make sense to me that feedback goes both ways.
Seth fans: In the Seth books, Seth mentions that there is two-way communication between the past and the future. Entropy and syntropy are complementary processes that create existence. We transcend these dualities through the sattvic state. Transcending them, we incorporate them into a larger whole of which we are a part.