The Function of Diallel Lines in Personal Communication and
Learning -- The Spiritual Internet
** A Working Model **
by Sterling D. Allan
Production Editor, AllansTIME.com
March 30, 2001; April 2, 2001
'Diallel lines' that emanate radially from all entities are presented as
the core of the Unified Field Theory set forth by
David W. Allan et. al.1 According to the
theory, not only is gravitational 'information' conveyed through these lines
beyond the speed of light, but actual 'information' or flow of ideas from one
being to another is also carried through the diallel lines. In the
latter case, such information is conveyed without any constraining limits of
time but is instantaneous. It is the primary channel through which
communication takes place with the divine.
On a more practical or approachable level, it is a naturally built-in
wireless internet that has always existed and which will always exist, whether
or not it is acknowledged. But our awareness of its existence can
facilitate our use of its full capacities, which are only partially tapped in
the case of most mortals -- just as the brain's capacity is far, far beyond
what is typically put to use. By knowing it exists and pondering its
function, we can augment its capacity and increase our ability to communicate
and learn truth. Using Internet vernacular, we can boost our connection
speed, increasing the amount of information that can flow, and thus enhance
our efficiency and effectiveness.
When people who have had near death experiences describe the mode of
conversation between individuals in that sphere, they say that while verbal
speech is possible, that most communication takes place telepathically and is
far more rapid and accurate. In the present model, the 'lines' of that
communication are the diallel lines.
Likewise, when the scriptures describe the process of receiving revelation
from the divine, the lines of that communication as well are through the
diallel lines. These lines are the conduit of light (in a temporal and
spiritual sense) and truth.
Most practically, when we pray or meditate, our communications with the
divine are conveyed through diallel lines.
By the same token, just as the internet is not discriminating in what sort
of information is passed through its lines, likewise, the demonic elements
also convey their messages of deception via diallel lines.
But also, like the internet, 'you get what you want' is true of diallel
lines. We consciously and subconsciously choose our connections.
Also, much like the brain, or muscles, where we 'use it or loose it,' these
diallel-line connections can be fine-tuned.
Nevertheless, one does not have to be aware of their existence to put them
to use. Whether a person believes in these lines or not, they use them
as naturally as the synapses that convey electrical impulses through their
central nervous system.
The inventor who comes up with a 'new' idea, has most likely received that
idea from unseen angels who have conveyed it to them by inspiration via the
diallel lines of communication. The mother who suddenly receives a
feeling of warning about one of her children -- or even on a more seemingly
mundane matter such as suddenly 'remembering' that a child needs to be picked
up from a friends house -- may have received that impulse from a departed
loved one who communicated that feeling of warning or the 'remembrance' to her
thoughts via the diallel lines. The pet, who comes to the rescue of his
owner in distress, knowing what to do to save the person's life, most likely
received that outside knowledge through the diallel lines.
The regular thinking processes that take place in our mind might be
compared to our own personal computer. The communication that takes
place to and from outside of ourselves is accomplished through the diallel
lines, and is comparable to a network of computers as epitomized in the
Internet's world wide web.
Like the lines of the web, we pick and choose which diallel line
connections we make. The information available is limitless, and
technically, we have access to all of it; but logistically, we can only
assimilate so much at a time. It is our choice as to what information we
assimilate, at what rate, and in what sequence.
So how might we augment our diallel-line connection to the inexhaustible
well of infinite divine wisdom?
Fundamentally, our connection is dependant on our relationship with God,
which is typically a function of our love of God and our love and service
rendered to God's children. One does not need to know about the
existence of diallel lines in order to commune with the divine any more than a
person needs to know how the body works physiologically in order to climb a
hill. But for the professional mountain climber or racer, a knowledge of
the body's physiology is going to come into play in being able to optimize his
or her performance. In like manner, the intent seeker of things
spiritual will be benefited by an awareness of the existence of diallel lines
and a study of their function in the process of that communication.
First, on a simple level, by realizing these connections exist we can
increase our 'faith' in things that previously might have been more difficult
for us to believe, such as communicating with God and angels, telepathy with
other individuals, intuition. The person who knows about the Internet
and its possibilities is more likely to want to use it. These diallel
lines are like the phone lines through which the Internet is connected, but in
this case the lines are 'invisible,' though not any less real -- and
definitely more reliable. There is no such thing as 'down time' for
Second, in realizing that these lines exist, we can begin to conceptualize
ways to 'speed up the connection' so to speak. Here is where the various
religious modalities come into play. Each presents their model of how to
'connect' to the divine. Some methods are more effective than
others. What works for one person given where they are at in life, may
not necessarily work for another person.
Because some information could be injurious if dispensed prematurely, God
places certain protections (like 'passwords' or filters on the Internet) so
that we will only receive that for which we are prepared.
Some of the universal principles to increase receptivity that can be found
in just about any religious approach include such factors as: (1) a desire to
know God; (2) willingness to serve as an instrument for God; (3) concentration
-- freeing oneself from distraction; (4) humility -- preparing one's heart and
mind to receive new truth and not reject it because it might seem at first to
contradict something in our belief system; (5) a conducive environment, such
as uplifting music, fragrances, supportive family and friends; (6) belief in
the ability to make such a connection with the divine; (7) genuine and
virtuous living -- aligning one's life with the truths that he/she has
learned, also called 'obedience' to the teachings one has received from deity;
(8) purity of heart -- through the sanctifying power of the divine; (9)
forgiving those who have wronged oneself; (10) repentance for wrongs one has
committed; (11) asking a question with the belief that an answer will come,
seeking that one might find what they are looking for; and (12) deep and
heartfelt gratitude for the many blessings from the divine. There are
other factors; and the factors that have been listed above are not necessarily
listed in order of importance, for all of them are important factors and play
a role in how receptive we are to the divine.
The more these factors are in place, the more these diallel line
connections will be facilitated. In the Internet parlance, having these
factors in place is like upgrading one's connection from a basic 28.8kb speed
to a high speed DSL or T1 connection.
One may imagine in the ultimate society, where the pure love of God and of
one another abounds, that communication would often be at the highest level
using these diallel-lines telepathically. Picture in your mind a world
connected by this spiritual internet as it is now connected by a corporeal
internet. Everyone's talents could be readily accessible for the good of
the whole. Everyone would be growing in light and truth in optimum
diallel-line coupled communion with each other and with the source of all
light and truth.
On the other hand, I suppose that a set of antonymically parallel
principles are in place for people who are choosing to make their diallel line
connections with demonic sources. They likewise would have a list of
factors to facilitate this process, most of which would have antithesis
reflections of the above list. What would be the end result of a society
based on such reverses but destruction and misery. And such will be the
fate of those who choose that path.
We are the masters of our own destiny. We chart the course we will
take. Like the phone lines of the Internet, the diallel lines are
unbiased tools. How we use them is up to us.
May we choose wisely.
Sterling D. Allan