Summary: The Whole, by virtue of its being The Whole, or by default, is changeless. An entity, here The Whole, for which no change can ever occur, cannot be created; it is uncreated. Similarly an entity, for which no change can ever occur, is unborn, without a beginning and without an end.
The Whole is unborn, uncreated, without any beginning and without any end
The Whole (TW) as per definition is that entity outside of which there cannot be anything: no space, no time, no matter, simply nothing. Whatever will be there at all will be within The Whole. If there is anything outside TW, then it will no longer be TW. Rather the entity that will contain both the so-called TW and the thing lying outside of that so-called TW will be the new TW. So by definition there can never be anything outside The Whole.
TW being placed neither in space nor in time cannot change at all. Change can occur either in space or in time. So TW cannot change, because it is placed neither in space nor in time. Being not in space we cannot say about this TW that it was 'there' before, and that it is 'here' now. Being not in time we cannot say about this TW that it was 'this' before, and that it has become 'that' after, in both these cases it remaining at the same point of space. So there can never be any question of change for TW.
Now it can be shown that an entity which cannot change at all will also be unborn and uncreated. An entity that is created comes into existence from non-existence, and so, for it once there was a change, and thus it is not changeless. So an entity, for which no change can ever occur, can never be created. It will be uncreated.
Similarly it can be shown that an entity, for which no change can ever occur, was never born, because being born means coming into being from non-being. This is also a change. So an entity, for which no change can ever occur, will also be unborn.
It can also be shown that an entity for which no change can ever occur is without any beginning and without any end. It is everlasting. Having a beginning means change, and coming to an end also means change. So for an entity for which no change can ever occur there will be no beginning, no end; for it there will be neither any coming into existence nor any going into non-existence.
Thus it can be shown that simply by default TW will always be spaceless, timeless, changeless, immortal, all-pervading, one, unborn, uncreated and everlasting, without a beginning and without an end.