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So when I came across what is popularly known, due mainly to The Thrive Movement, as The Tube Torus or Nesting Toruses I was confused as I’d found it while looking for a symbol that represented what I later found out was called The Dual Torus by Nassim Haramein.
I was searching for another symbol for the Celtic Tree of Life as I was just trying to make sence of the things that had been happening to me in dreams, visions, flashes of inspiration inspired by many hours reading and most importantly to me drawing!
So the question was posed. . .
Is this symbol Nesting Toruses, The Dual Torus . . . or both?
Let’s take a look at this beautiful symbol. . .
For the rest of my article please click the link. . .
I hope you like it or if have any pointers I’d appreciate the feedback.
Im thinking we will need a big section here for discussing the toroidal shapes
as they are one of the most fascinating of all forms
being among other things the only stable waveform in 3 dimensions.
I see the toroidal forms as intimately related to the spherical forms.
I intuit that a lot of what we tend to perceive as toroidal due to an inability to grock
spherical contraction and expansion in a higher dimension.
Especially this idea of a double torus which in Nassims work is really only
a way to get equatorial expansion and polar contraction in a sphere.
Here is one of my favourite visual explorations by IEOIE
I think its very funny that Wikipedia says next to this animation that the torus ‘degenerates’ into a sphere… maybe closer would be ‘evolves’ ?
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