Yes, I corrected myself in # 8.
"As within, so without. . . . "
Well, of course everything has to exist concurrently in the mind of the creator. In, out, above, below, up, down, are relative to your reference point.
But the quantum is maya in the mind of the creator, right? As our dreams are maya. So as our intelligence exists in a state non-connected to our dreams when we are not dreaming, can I say so must the Creator intelligence exist in a state non-connected to the universe in any physical way, but only through inversion, when the dream becomes the dreamer? The transferrence occurs when the quantum gates are stormed, perhaps, as you say, continually. Well, at least in Planck time, for I don't think motion is smooth, but only has the appearance of smoothness because of the after-image effect. Similar to a film strip which creates the illusion of smooth motion, the after-images in the brain blend smoothly with the next incoming static scene (frame).
The blank spots seperating the images on the film could correspond to Planck time, the see-don't see, on-off blink. If so, then things in motion can only be observed because of the blank part separating the images on the film, the visual on-off shutter in our brain which holds the after-image of the previous scene (location), otherwise everything would be a blur.
To apply that analogy, could it be there is no such thing as motion, but only a re-locating of static three dimensional objects (discrete blocks of energy in motion at the micro level) -- disappearing and re-appearing continually in different three directional time/space coordinates in Planck time along a plane (direction) concordant to our expectations and will?
Yeah, I know I'm stretching, but just trying to draw models. I'm not sure I understand what I'm saying here. Things start getting fuzzy at the 'ring-pass-not.' 0:)
Some say the entire world is recreated thirty times a second. Maybe thirty is a low number. In any case the image our mind has of the world may be recreated thirty times a second whether or not the mind creates the world or merely perceives it.