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    Hello everyone,

    I'm sorry for my absence and intermittent engagement here. I sometimes take breaks from online interaction. I hope everyone is safe and well.

    I'm halfway through watching this wonderful video/presentation and I felt I should pause, copy the link and share it with those of you here that might be interested.

    Since childhood my eyes have always glazed over at maths and my mind drifted off in to daydreaming. For some reason, its like a connection in my brain is missing for being able to grasp the most basic of info lol! But I've always had a hunch that there's something in it that may explain Truth, beauty, Reality and existence etc. I always felt I was missing out by not being able to understand things.
    I'm sure many of us here have experienced, dry, dull maths lessons as children with teachers that shared none of the beauty and sacred wonder of our universe. I'm sure its not always their fault, but just the way the curriculum has been designed to hold us all back. I wonder what the world would be like if all schools had maths teachers sharing knowledge like this.

    I can't believe it's taken this long to find info that clicks in my brain and resonates. I hope someone else here may find joy and help from this talented man's work.

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    Keep it going...don't stop.
    Get to fractals.
    Mind blown!



    and



    Then insanity with 3d fractals


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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    Music
    Audible math
    Its in the air
    And nowhere else


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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    Flipping amazing thanks for this.

    Amongst other things, this vid has made me conclude the following, once again; that of all the creation stories, this one has got to be one of the weirdest of all: that the entire universe (or multiverses...), all of it's energy, including matter as energy, and all of it's laws and limitless potential, is supposed to have all popped into existence, at random, from nothing, for no reason.

    I mean, seriously? Can we leave that one alone for a while? It doesn't appear to make any logical sense...

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    Freaking amazing thread. Thank you so much!!!!!!

    warmest,
    crosby

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    geometry is great fun

    I have studied the means to dissect a circle into progressively smaller portions using protractor and ruler. I am at 5. It was difficult but there is a certain method that reproduces the necessary proportion.

    My next attempt will be at seven - the most notoriously difficult dissection of all - followed by nine.

    Why? It is the dissection of the circle and the laws that manage its construction that illuminates the master geometer and the function of form.

    great video
    If not now, then when?

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    One of the many audible interpretations of PI,





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    Quote Posted by Apulu (here)
    Flipping amazing thanks for this.

    Amongst other things, this vid has made me conclude the following, once again; that of all the creation stories, this one has got to be one of the weirdest of all: that the entire universe (or multiverses...), all of it's energy, including matter as energy, and all of it's laws and limitless potential, is supposed to have all popped into existence, at random, from nothing, for no reason.

    I mean, seriously? Can we leave that one alone for a while? It doesn't appear to make any logical sense...
    Such is Geometry
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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    So just getting my feet wet here, these video's are suggesting that their is deliberately design in creation which can be probably expressed in mathematics.

    Now taking a leap here, if humanity were to apply these rules in our co-existence with the earth and or local habitat we would be co-existing in the optimal way with our environment.

    Like the aborigines of many countries before the advent of colonisation/invasion by the cabal, such as the european empires of the last century.

    The cabal whom being satanic would naturally destroy any community/culture which is living in harmony with the environment.

    Just to clarify what sacred geometry is, quote " Sacred geometry ascribes symbolic and sacred meanings to certain geometric shapes and certain geometric proportions.[1] It is associated with the belief that a god is the geometer of the world. The geometry used in the design and construction of religious structures such as churches, temples, mosques, religious monuments, altars, and tabernacles has sometimes been considered sacred. The concept applies also to sacred spaces such as temenoi, sacred groves, village greens, and holy wells, and the creation of religious art."

    Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacred_geometry


    This might be of interest:

    Gods Fingerprint - The Fibonacci Sequence

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    This might be applicable to, Golden ratio.
    Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_ratio
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    Quote Posted by Intranuclear (here)
    Keep it going...don't stop.
    Get to fractals.
    Mind blown!



    and



    Then insanity with 3d fractals

    This is great - thank you! I love this stuff.

    This is quite pricey but I'm so tempted to subscribe - I guess the money funds the develop for expanding features for future updates ...
    https://www.omnigeometry.com/

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    Music
    Audible math
    Its in the air
    And nowhere else

    Thank you Bluegreen. This stuff really is quite something. As it happens, I make music, electronically these days and so I spend my days working with what are ultimately sine, triangle, saw, pulse waves etc - and not to mention the wonderful patterns they create when recorded! I've previously flirted with the idea of exploring Solfeggio frequencies and tuning etc but I think it takes a certain understanding to get it right. What I do know is, working with the wrong frequencies unintentionally - especially bass/kick drums can make one feel queazy with a headcahe - I'm sure there are others here who have experienced that!

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    Quote Posted by Apulu (here)
    Flipping amazing thanks for this.

    Amongst other things, this vid has made me conclude the following, once again; that of all the creation stories, this one has got to be one of the weirdest of all: that the entire universe (or multiverses...), all of it's energy, including matter as energy, and all of it's laws and limitless potential, is supposed to have all popped into existence, at random, from nothing, for no reason.

    I mean, seriously? Can we leave that one alone for a while? It doesn't appear to make any logical sense...
    Oh I know Apulu! For years I've tried exploring this in conversations in the pub and people look at me like I'm naive. I've said I feel for sure that there's an intelligent design and I've been shouted down that only humans have intelligence - blah blah and evolution blah blah. Sadly, many people have lost the art of conversation (and listening skills) these days. I'm not a religious person, but I personally feel great comfort in the idea of a divine (and what definitely seems to be loving) intelligence. People with different view points don't stop to think this, they just argue and crush conversation, not realizing that they're silencing someone else's joy. The only reason why things are wrong in this universe is because we're out of sync with it. It provides everything we need to thrive but I worry that we could actually be destroying it. I hope things like the roll-out of 5G don't damage it.

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    geometry is great fun

    I have studied the means to dissect a circle into progressively smaller portions using protractor and ruler. I am at 5. It was difficult but there is a certain method that reproduces the necessary proportion.

    My next attempt will be at seven - the most notoriously difficult dissection of all - followed by nine.

    Why? It is the dissection of the circle and the laws that manage its construction that illuminates the master geometer and the function of form.

    great video
    That's cool Ernie! Enjoy your exploration. xx

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    I will never forget when my geometry teacher taught us how to dissect a circle. I felt so powerful, so privileged - no kidding. I even felt enabled. Can't say why - I was only about sixteen at the time.

    Geometry came easily to me - like most areas of mathematics does.

    It was many years later that I would discover the untold truth about geometry and even portions of mathematics in general. It tells the history of manifestation - way before the universe could have existed. And the basic numbers themselves tell of the escalating sophistication as the intention of the Creator unfolded. It came in the form of an egg - and unpacked itself into the universe around us today. The form of the egg is the shape of the vesica pisces - the shared region of two circles whose centers lie on their counterpart's circumference. Two inter-lapping circles, so simple and yet capable of manifesting everything ever imagined, or that will be imagined.

    It still blows my mind forty years later. I have a thread that might add to this one if anyone is interested:

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...acred-Geometry
    If not now, then when?

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    I was trained as a mathematician, and I still don't understand Sacred Geometry. But it does seem to me there's persuasive evidence that there are aspects to shapes, and their relation to one another, that do contain some kind of magical (or other) power — and that this is partially understood by some human esoteric groups, and also (maybe) even better understood by some races of ETs.

    As an aside, I'm pretty sure there was a Sci-Fi short story about a new supercomputer that calculated Pi to a far greater degree than ever before. At the ten trillionth digit, there appeared a simple binary code. When easily translated, it said:
    I've waited a long time for this, but I'm delighted that you have finally realized the Creation of the Universe was no accident.



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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    Bill:
    Quote As an aside, I'm pretty sure there was a Sci-Fi short story about a new supercomputer that calculated Pi to a far greater degree than ever before. At the ten trillionth digit, there appeared a simple binary code. When easily translated, it said:

    I've waited a long time for this, but I'm delighted that you have finally realized the Creation of the Universe was no accident.
    Of course, the resolution of PI into a finite, non-repeating, number would perhaps be the biggest surprise in history. The circle can only be approximated in this universe...or is it the ratio of circle to line that must remain unresolved for it all to work. The manifest universe relies on tension, on the imperative need to resolve a paradox that can never be resolved - between the manifest and universal intention. This tension gives rise to motion, which can be likened to the intentionality of manifestation.

    For manifestation to continue as intended it must continue to move. This fundamental movement is the enciphered, indecipherable irrational number PI...

    Pi is the plan of the Creator in numerical form.
    If not now, then when?

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    Bassplayer,

    THank you so much for starting this thread. I will watch all of these videos the next time I can't sleep. They will be perfect for that. The universe or universes are stranger than we can imagine. What I like about math, even though I can't wrap my head around algebra, is math, through equations can get to essential truths that are counter intuitive. Our minds are limited but our math, not so much. There may be math out there that cannot be grasped by the human mind. We really are limited. And even our computers may be limited to some degree.

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    Default Re: I Wish I'd Had a Teacher Like This Back in the Day at school ... Sacred Geometry

    Bookmarked this thread and starting watching it just now - really amazing and incredibly interesting - thanks for sharing!

    Bill - I think you might be referring to Carl Sagan's Contact - read that book years ago and I recall in the final chapter(s) something to that effect.

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