I first had the impression that the Wolfram Physics Model was too limited since it was, I thought, about a simple algorithm. Recently I heard Stephen Wolfram talking about the simultaneous evolution of all possible rules! Rule here means how the graph (web of relations) can expand.

A subset of all possible rules represents infinite intelligence. And all those rules connect to each other since infinity is only one potential, not many. This means that the Wolfram model can be made compatible with the Law of One concept of Intelligent Infinity.

But who selects which rules to apply? The answer is that the rules are "selected by" Intelligent Infinity, or more correctly those rules are Intelligent Infinity, so the "selection" already timelessly exists. And the rules become activated along with the expansion of the web of relations.

Just to illustrate the expansion of the web again, the first image starts with only one relation (line), the unity Ra mentioned:

Since the web contains all possible relations, the rules are simply subgraphs of the web, meaning instead of taking all points a subset of all points represents a rule. (The actual expansion of the web grows faster than in the pictures, but the principle is the same [complete graph]).

A subset of all possible rules represents infinite intelligence. And all those rules connect to each other since infinity is only one potential, not many. This means that the Wolfram model can be made compatible with the Law of One concept of Intelligent Infinity.

But who selects which rules to apply? The answer is that the rules are "selected by" Intelligent Infinity, or more correctly those rules are Intelligent Infinity, so the "selection" already timelessly exists. And the rules become activated along with the expansion of the web of relations.

Just to illustrate the expansion of the web again, the first image starts with only one relation (line), the unity Ra mentioned:

And the web expands into more and more relations:

Since the web contains all possible relations, the rules are simply subgraphs of the web, meaning instead of taking all points a subset of all points represents a rule. (The actual expansion of the web grows faster than in the pictures, but the principle is the same [complete graph]).