by Marinus Jan Marijs
In spiritualism, paranormal literature, and some religions, materialization is the creation or appearance of matter from unknown sources. It is the transformation of something abstract or virtual into something concrete and tangible. The existence of materialization would contradict the generally accepted law of conservation of energy. (Wikipedia)
Accounts of materialization in Christianity include the biblical story of the multiplication of bread and fish by Jesus to feed a hungry crowd (John 6:1-15 & Mark 6:35-44) and the creation of heaven and earth out of nothing (Genesis 1:1)”. (Wikipedia)
Materialisation (something that came from nothing) within parapsychology was a highly controversial subject, because it was against the laws of nature. Many cosmologists think that during the Big Bang all matter (including the laws of nature) came into being from nothing, which can be called materialization.