The Theory of Eternal Existence
The central axiom of the theory of eternal existence is that "something" cannot arise from "nothing."
The above axiom is complemented by the phenomenon of causality. It means that everything should have a cause. There is one exception to this statement: the First Cause, i.e. the Original Being occupying the entire state beyond time and space. The theory of eternal existence treats as a certainty the lack of causality of the existence of the Original Being.
In the state beyond time and space, the existence of which is the assumption of my theory, there are no points of reference and time does not pass. In this situation, the chain of causation cannot work. This is also the case with the Original Being, who, as the source Being, occupies this entire eternal state, i.e. having neither beginning nor end. Therefore, in the theory of eternal existence, the Original Being is an absolute without beginning or end, and therefore He is the absolute First Cause Himself.
My theory takes it for granted that the space-time of the universe was created from energy with its attendant laws. These laws are eternal, as is energy, for they are theorized to originate from an eternal state beyond time and space. The theory identifies these laws with the first main attribute of the Original Being, called by the theory of eternal existence His Inner Side, and energy with the second main attribute of this Being, called in this theory Its Outer Side.