Primordial energy is limited, so it can't be the cause of everything.

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Primordial energy exists as energy in our universe (space, time, ... ), at primordial instants, it obeys physical law, ...

So it exists only in these characteristics, and therefore does not exist today, where we are (if we believe in infinite space, space being in extension.), ...

So it has a limited existence, so it doesn't exist on its own, because otherwise it would exist unconditioned or constrained (to place, time, ...).

So it receives existence from another. As noted above, no being has existence by itself, so it is necessary that there be a cause of existence (an object that would by definition have existence by itself) that gives an existence limited to time, place and environment to each limited being.



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