The Circle Theory: A Theory of Cyclic Existence

This theory provides all the answers to your unanswered questions you have about life, existence, alternate realities, the universe and religion. This theory also explains how and why things happen.

We believe that the Western view of linear history (having a beginning and end) is fundamentally incorrect. This is because whatever started the universe or created things in a linear view of history (God, The Big Bang, etc.) would have had to have an origin under the linear view of history. This origin would also have an origin and this would eventually result in an infinite amount of origins.

Since we cannot explain this, it makes more sense to describe history has happening in a cycle, similar to the cyclic view of history that other cultures like Hindus, certain Greek philosophers, or the Mayans believed in.

Applying the Circle Theory to Reality

According to our theory, history does not have a beginning or an end. It does not go in a line but in a circle. History creates itself and eventually repeats itself, just as the time on a clock is always the same twice a day as the hands rotate to the same position. Using the clock analogy, a single second in the clock of history could be millions of years of events to us.

We could describe events like the Big Bang using this model since some scientists believe that the universe will eventually collapse into an infinitely dense point that has an infinite amount of energy in it (exactly what scientists think the universe started out as) and create another big bang, which would collapse, and create another big bang, and so on.

In essence, the big bang was created by itself. If we apply this concept to religion, we could say that God, or the Gods, created itself because its creations, or the result of its actions, would eventually lead to the creation of itself.

An implication of our theory is that history would repeat itself in an endless cycle over and over again, and that the events would be exactly the same in our timeline (actually a time-circle). So you are reading this paper now, have been reading this paper in the past, and will be reading this paper in the future. You have existed and have read this paper and infinite amount of times and will read it an infinite number of times in the future as the circle repeats and repeats.

Existence of Alternate Realities

There is a certain possibility that there are alternate realities (parallel universes) in which different events (no matter how different they are) could occur. In this case, history would not be seen as a circle but a sphere (mathematically, a sphere is an infinite number of circles). Each circle within the sphere would represent a parallel universe/alternate reality.

Destruction of the Sphere

In relevance to the chaos theory the destruction of the sphere or dimensions of reality is possible only under the condition that a single or more event in the circle alters from what it has always resulting in it being the same as another time-circle. Because of infinite possibilities there should be no duplicate time-circles so the existence of a duplicate time circle would cancel itself out and create a gap in the time sphere.

Ending the existence of the sphere and of existence itself which would mean nothing has ever happened, is happening and will ever happen. Theoretically the possibility of a gap in the time sphere is impossible therefore the sphere has been in existence, is in existence, and will be in existence.

Liked it
8 Responses to “The Circle Theory: A Theory of Cyclic Existence”
  1. Matt Says...

    On July 20, 2008 at 11:00 pm

    The cyclic theory, like all theories, has it’s positive and negative sides. The weakest point of this theory is the unfounded thought that everything repeats itself detail-for-detail time and time again – an infinite number of times. This, like the linear theory lacks something crucial – evidence. Nothing can ever be repeated detail-for-detail. One quark of difference is a difference.
    I do believe that things happen in cycles, at least to an extent, but I do not believe that it is possible to create a perfect circle in history.

  2. Johan Says...

    On September 29, 2008 at 2:00 pm

    It is good to look at this and yet again understand the glory of God and who in awe we are of His creation …..
    Blessing from God

  3. Becca Says...

    On January 29, 2010 at 8:40 pm

    I thought the cyclic theory of history was a good view, but I never thought of something as big as the big bang repeating over and over. In the paper I wrote, I put things like the cycles of daily life, or civilizations rising or falling, or wars occurring over and over again. This is interesting…..

  4. Ano Nymous Says...

    On February 2, 2011 at 5:18 pm

    I think that it is very likely that the world goes in cycles, with repeated Big-Bangs and crunches. However, I find it hard to believe that it repeats itself exactly. Without evidence, this part of the theory is weak. Other than that piece, though, I think this seems to be a sound theory.

  5. thunderhawkstrongoak Says...

    On May 26, 2011 at 1:50 am

    two realms to begin with finite and infinite….. one is linear and one is undefined right? within the existence of one is the other.

  6. Carlos Says...

    On May 29, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    I also disagree with the idea that we repeat ourselves exactly. As you know, the fourth dimension is time. That being said, you can repeat something exactly the same in another cycle, however that other cycle is taking place at a different point in time and therefore is not exactly the same. I do believe we repeat in similar cycles just like the earth rotates the sun and we get similar weather during seasons, which again, is never exactly the same each year.

  7. CrazyTheoryGuy Says...

    On June 14, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    I came up with my own theory that is very relevant to this paper. If you take a computer screen with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels with 32 million colors, there are X amount of possible images it could display. X is a very large number, but it is in fact a finite number. If you ran a computer program that generated all of these possible images, when complete, it would have a picture of every possible thing you could ever see in 3 dimensional space, from every angle and distance. It would also generate a lot of garbage pictures as well. While this would be impossible to do, it does give you a finite number of possible things the universe, or anything in 3 dimensional space could generate. Now, you have to add in the when and where, which makes the number even more incomprehensible, but still finite. This means that there are a finite number of possibilities in 3 dimensional space. Since this is the case, since we can’t disprove that time is infinite, we have a finite number of possibilities in an infinite amount of time. This means that things will have to repeat at some point on both small and large scales. Just because the number of possibilities is to big too comprehend doesn’t mean they are infinite. In fact, when you look at infinite time, the number is a spec. The only way this theory does not work is if our universe is the only universe, there was and only will be one big bang, then it dies completely. You can even throw the God concept into my theory and it still holds true. If you die and go to heaven, you are there for eternity, again, there are a finite number of possibilities, which would eventually turn heaven into hell. The only escape from repeating is to count to infinity, and along the way do math with those extreme numbers. I would love it if someone could disprove this theory because it’s not the answer I really wanted to find, but for now, that’s what I’ve come up with. The only question after this is consciousness and what it really is. Every time things repeat, are you actually you again, a copy of you, are you someone else, or do you just never exist again?

  8. TeenCeo Says...

    On September 24, 2011 at 7:33 am

    I am now rereading this paper 4 years later. The text seems alien to me and I am blown away by its content.

Post Comment
comments powered by Disqus