On the images below the first three time phases are expressed in the forms of three
Hindu deities: Vishnu, Shiva and Kali.
Under Vishnu's feet is darkness, and when he appears as Shiva, the darkness under
his feet starts forming itself. From 12 am it takes a form of Kali (or Kali Ma - mother
Kali), who will trample on sleeping Shiva till the dawn.
Vishnu is often portrayed with four attributes (our attention is on the lotus flower),
Shiva with two (attention on the drum) and Kali with all Vishnu's and Shiva's attributes
(except the lotus flower and the drum) plus all her own attributes.
Vishnu is called the maintainer of space and Shiva the transformer of time,
or in terms of physics - the X and Y axes of Maya.
The lotus flower is a symbol of "an opening" (space) and the drum of constant time -
the aspects of light and it's movement that can't be "possessed" or "taken away".
The word Kali means Black, and if associated with Kala (time) then Night.
It gives time a different, relative value, while the constant time is not affected.
Night (not darkness) can appear only because of the density of matter, the energy
transformed to mass. Black Holes appear when there are
opposite masses on the rise, creating the longest possible cycle of Night which
evolves towards and around the point G - a gravity center which
value equals to Absolute Zero, i.e. plus z kg minus z kg = zero - that attracts to itself all the observable reality.
There are many smaller day-night cycles within (the evolution of) the Night.
The Earth has it's own day-night cycle, but only as long as it is close enough
to the Sun, otherwise it would be Night all the way.
The further back in time into the Night we look, the more primitive are creatures.
Yet closer to the dawn, the nature becomes more complex.
As it was shown earlier, the other halves of X (time) and Y (distance) axes are
located on the bottom of Maya.
On the images below Vishnu is with his "other half" Lakshmi and Shiva with Sati.
The only way for Vishnu and Shiva to meet their consorts is through manifestations.
But the only way to manifest is to charge the timeless mass.
So when the third axis or mass is charged with Shakti (Sanskrit: to be able) it will
create the premise for three dimensional energy current to flow in time and space
from the upper corner of Maya downwards - from Yang towards Yin.
As soon as the mass is charged, Brahma emerges from a lotus risen from
Vishnu's navel, to become alongside with Vishnu and Shiva one of the Trimurti
which in terms of physics is the upper corner of Maya.