Art, Science, Divinity—often considered antagonistic fields—have a transcendent unity.
Their intersection—the effects and patterns expressed in our every day lives—has fascinated
and influenced my understanding of one consciousness, co-creating.




What's in a Name?

The logo design and corporate identity of Primeval Atom is inspired by contemporary theoretical physics and ancient Taoist cosmology. They represent the creative spark of divine consciousness—the "Moment of Creation"—which exists within and joins each one of us.
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PRIMEVAL ATOM... a.k.a. "THE BIG BANG"
What is known today as the Big Bang Theory of the origin of the universe, was originally presented in 1927 as the 'Hypothesis of the Primeval Atom' by Belgian physicist and mathematician, Georges Lemaitre. Based on the work of Einstein, his theory was the first to propose an expanding universe, starting from an initial singularity—the "Primeval Atom".

Lemaitre often described his theory as a cosmic seed exploding at "the moment of the creation". For him, the creation of the
primeval atom was a divine act outside the limits of scientific knowledge. His theory became better known as the "Big Bang Theory," the term having originally been a sarcastic remark of a critic who proposed the competing but now abandoned, Steady State Theory.
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aaaaaa WU JI DIAGRAM (ABRIDGED)
CIRCUMPUNCT... aA SACRED GEOMETRY
Taoist thought on the origination and structure of forces operating within the universe can be best understood by the Wu Ji diagram. Within this ancient cosmology, the circumpunct (circle with a point at it's center)
represents the creative spark of the divine.

The diagram brilliantly captures the notion that from the emptiness a small point arose. This small point could have been the creation of the first bit of matter, born from a stirring of sub-atomic forces, or it could have been the first thought of a consciousness. Whatever it may have been, the fact is that it grew within the void—creating a new aspect to existence that was in opposition to the pre-existing void. Thus the idea of opposites came into being (Yang, and Yin), which in turn gives rise to “ten thousand things", or quite literally, all things.