In PART ONE had been listed the elements of the Universal Projection: an object of projection, light source, its beam, and screen -stock, lock and barrel, and everything run by the Projectionist Almighty. What are the earthy counterparts to these elements? We already know who the Projectionist is. We know that screen is our reality. But what is the beam? And what is the rest?

Let's start with the beam. In a way, I've already answered this question in PART I–it is what people call Holy Spirit–a field which carries a projection of God into our realm. It directed - from the source to the object of manifestation, and hence it is a beam. 
It also imparts the force which brings everything into being. Hence it is also a field, a vector field to boot. It is a vector field because it is directional and serves as a conduit of a force of creation. It is an analogy to electromagnetic field generated by projector, except for instead of lighting up the screen with the image, it creates the image and its object; it makes everything real. See the example of Holy Conception which I considered in Part I. The beam brings life, and so goes the Nicene Creed:

“I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the Giver of life.”

The imagery of Holy Spirit alighting like a beam of light is not coincidental. The world is full of symbolic objects pointing at this similarity.
For example, take a look at the rose window at the Northern Wing in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris. The light beam comes through the rose window and projects the colorful image of the rose window on the floor at the transept. And as the plan of cathedral is anthropomorphic, the transept corresponds to the Mary's womb, the venter where the divine projection manifested in the form of the Son 1.
Another example: numerous witnesses of light emanated from the Saints, like St. Teresa of Calcutta, who once insisted on being filmed in an infirmary room against the objections of a British cameraman. When the film processed back in London, the footage revealed a perfect image with light filling the whole room, light which the eyes of neither witnesses nor the operator's photometer weren't able to register 2. The golden nimbuses which surround heads of the saints on all icons represent the light of the same nature, light reflected from the source.
A little caveat must be made here. I am not saying that the Beam is the beam of light per se, or of electromagnetic nature, I am just saying that there is a startling similarity between them. As a third example let's look at the documented witness of the Holy Spirit alighting on apostles on the day of Pentecost 3:
And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting.

And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them.

Have you ever seen an action of powerful cw laser? Witness sounds pretty much like that sans the destruction that such laser will bring. The beam alights on heads of the apostles like fire which doesn’t consume.
The Beam is the Holy Spirit, but what is the Source?

To be continued.

1. If you are or were in Paris, you have seen it, however the credit

should go to Very Rev. Fr. Barron, who points out at this beautiful projection, and the similar effect in the Cathedral of Chartres, see Untold Blessings: Three Paths to Holiness by The Word on Fire.

2. Ibid., this anecdote occurred in 1969 during the filming of the first

documentary movie about Mother Teresa.

3. Acts 2: 2-3

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