Light-sequences (back to light)
In this graphic the lightprocesses are animated by an ongoing animation, e.g. from a light-bulb. Therefore the processes overlap continually. You can see, that each photon arises BIG BANG-like from the not-manifested potential and is self-liberated immediately after its manifestation. This rapid dissolving animates the following photon to arise, which brings about a sequence of new photons.
Photons in this sequence just appear and disappear flash-like, so that none of them has a chance to move forward. But if photons don´t travel forward, how could we then measure a velocity of light? In this quantum model the motion of light would result from the fact, that each new photon appears in a set distance from the place, where the preceding photon has disappeared. When all these new photons appear sequentially with a set distance to each other, it looks as if a light beam is moving. What we measure as the velocity of light is not the velocity of one photon moving, but the velocity, which results from the sequence of photons, which appear with distance to each other flashlike with the frequency of light, which is hundreds of Trillions of time per second.
The graphic starts with a sequence of three photons in the medium air. All photons have the same distance to each other. The result will be a constant velocity of light. If the light-processes then enter a body of glass, the distance must be shorter, because the velocity of light in glass is reduced. But how does the photon “know” what distance to take. The information comes from the wisdom of the not-manifested potential. And because this wisdom arises as knowing or luminosity fresh for every new photon, the information is always up to date. In that way light also "knows", that it has to take the longer distance again, when leaving the glass body, to immediately speed up in the medium air.
In this graphic seven light-processes are shown, which flash from an ongoing animation, i.e. from a light bulb. Therefore the light-processes overlap continuously. Every light-process in this graphic shows flashes of wave and photon. But in reality a photon only flashes, if the light-processes has interacted, i.e. with a measuring instrument or an eye. Thus the position of a photon depends on the position of the eye or the instrument.
The graphic shows that all light-processes are interconnected within the not-manifested potential. Therefore communication happens here without signals moving through space and time.
This type of communikation and transmission is called "non-local" in quantum physics.