Genesis tells us that in the beginning all was void and formless until God divided the light from the darkness. The light that Genesis speaks of is not physical light, but the light of consciousness itself. With the creation of the observer’s world, the individual consciousness and being of the observer is divided from its source of undifferentiated consciousness and undivided being. The nature of the observer’s world is nothing more than images projected from a bounding surface of space to the central point of view of the observer; forms of information that are animated in the flow of energy that arises as the observer enters into an accelerated frame of reference. The face of the deep is a bounding surface of space, and the Spirit of God that moves over the face of the deep is an observer that follows an accelerated world-line.