A Scheme for Genesis

In the beginning, there was nothing but the black void and particles, an infinite amount of components and materials that flowed endlessly in the calm vacuum. Lifeless and meaningless, these particles stayed this way for eons and it was good.

However, existence is dynamic and the particles began to merge. Eventually they fused into incredibly big spheres of light and components.

The Genesis began.

From the spheres came more particles, this time an assortment of components and their respective links, all thrown into the now life-breeding void, mixed in disarray.

Eventually the particles found their way to the links and so they started combining into the Genesis Web. This complex, colosal network of universal relationships and energy grew and grew. Suddenly, the seemingly random and huge structure gave birth to the Genesis Chain, the most soficisticated, ordered and perfect sequence of connections between the nucleotides in permanent synthesis, forming a labyrinth-like layout surrounding the greatest creation since the rise of the particle spheres: The Quantum Core. This single overseer was the pinnacle of Genesis and so the void was no longer a silent and calm place. It was a pulsating universe, full of life and energy charged with meaning.

Existence is a fractal. No matter from which point of view you see it, it never seems to lose complexity.

And so came the final Link System. From the very spheres of the beginning to the Quantum Core, those infinitely huge beams of light carrying information finally completed the spherical cycle.

Now, is the universe ready to tread the opposite road? From the Quantum Core to the primordial spheres, from the merged particles to the chaotic blackness of the void? The direction doesn’t matter.

Do you dare to dive deep into the very core of the spheres and their connections?

A Scheme for Genesis


Buenos Aires, Argentina

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The background for my digital work: “The Genesis of the Universe of Spheres and Links”

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  • Suzanne German
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