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Microvita and the ‘Metaphysical Points‘

of European philosophy
Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph (MD), Microvita Research e.V.

1. In “Questions and Answers on Microvita 2”, P.R. Sarkar, the

propounder of Microvita Theory, describes them as the minutest
entities. He also says that a single microvitum has no (internal)
structure. Hence, microvita must be conceived as point-like entities,
where the question remains whether they should be considered as
physical, geometrical, arithmetical or metaphysical points.

2. In “Neo-ethics and Multilateral Salvation” he points out that a

"Microvitum requires space in theory, but not in the realm of
physicality. A carbonic framework requires space both in theory and
practice. Microvitum is not of carbonic origin." So, they cannot be
considered as physical points. In his writings we also don't find any
hints indicating to geometrical or arithmetical points. Consequently,
they are to be understood as metaphysical points.

3. In "Crude and Subtle Microvita", he further elaborates: "Obviously,

these microvita are emanations from the Supreme Entity.“

4. Therefore, we arrive at a picture which equals G.B. Vico‘s theory of

metaphysical points: “A mighty circle, at the center of which there is
Being, - the One - the Absolute Substance - God, - in perfect rest; at
the circumference of which there are existences, - compound and
multiple objects, - mere effects, - in perpetual motion; and within
which, intermediate in position and nature, are the points, - modes of
being, - essences - a world of virtues or causes, - in the state of
effort, which is transition from rest to motion.“

5. However, Sarkar provides more details: In “Matter and Abstract“ he

says that “there should be maximum utilization of the potentialities of
the expressed and emanated energy as well as of the expressed
and emanated microvita, both positive and negative“, which means
that he distinguishes between (1) energy and microvita, (2)
emanated and expressed as well as (3) positive and negative

entities: They are emanated from the Supreme Entity and expressed
in the psychic or physical stratum. He further explains that the
favorite fields of positive microvita are the psycho-spiritual and
psychic strata, whereas those of negative microvita are the physico-
psychic and physical strata.

6. We conclude, that Vico’s ‘mighty circle’ can be partitioned into four

concentric strata, which may be called spiritual, psycho-spiritual,
psychic and physico-psychic, and whose ’circumference’ conforms to
Sarkar’s ’physical stratum’.

7. Within that ‘mighty circle’, we will find metaphysical points of different

characters: microvita and quanta of energy, both positive and
negative. Quanta of energy are, however, subjected to particle-wave
duality; hence they can be reflected or refracted at the transition
zones between different strata. In “Matter and Abstract“ Sarkar says
that "the reflected energy creates a sort of sentient reaction. And
where there are reflections as well as refractions, these are of
mutative character, creating mutations of various nature. And where
there is no reflection, only refractions, they are of static nature.
There is staticity in them.“ It means that the energy that is reflected
at the first transition zone, will remain in the spiritual stratum. In

contrast, waves that are reflected and refracted at the transition

zones will eventually reach the physical stratum, but mostly remain
in the intermediate strata. And those which are refracted but not at
all reflected will certainly reach the physical stratum, producing
various physical effects ibidem.

8. Regarding the relation between quanta of energy and microvita, he

emphasizes that "energy is a blind force. It has got no conscience -
what is to be done or what should not be done, this sort of
conscience is lacking in energy. But microvita are not like that; that
is, they are not blind forces. They have the support of conscience
behind them." In this respect, microvita equal Leibniz' monads,
which are also considered to be animated, i.e. active, perceptive and

(1) Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar: Microvitum in a Nutshell. Ananda Marga

Publications (1991)

(2) Robert Flint: Vico, in ‘Philosophical Classics for English

Readers’ (1884)

(3) Hubertus Busche: Klassiker Auslegen, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz,

Monadologie. Akademie Verlag Berlin (2009)