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6] Binary numerals were central to Leibniz's theology. He believed that binary numbers were symbolic of the Christian idea of creatio ex nihilo or creation out of nothing.
[A concept that] is not easy to impart to the pagans, is the creation ex nihilo through God's almighty power. Now one can say that nothing in the world can better present and demonstrate this power than the origin of numbers, as it is presented here through the simple and unadorned presentation of One and Zero or Nothing.end quote.
In 'Spontaneous Arisal from Voidness' you have a soul in the void or in heaven in space and possibly through the prayers of the faithful here on earth a Buddha or Christ manifests (is born on earth) to manifest the prayers of the faithful as a Christ or Buddha manifestation here on earth.
Or, the Advanced Soul in the void of Space or in a heaven hears the prayers and spontaneously manifests on earth to fulfill their prayers.
This concept makes complete sense to me as a real thing. It is scientific to me in every sense in my direct experience.