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www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com  'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life' is a lavishly illustrated book by Narada Dan Vantari. Read it for free online or order printed copies at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com Connect the dots of information about science, art, and spirit, and reveal the big picture of what Reality is and where we fit into it !
As a visual artist and singer songwriter, Narada shares a less technical and more intuitive understanding of the geometric foundations of everything from atoms to galaxies and everything inbetween. Once upon a time science and spirituality and creativity were one continuum of knowledge. Once upon a time geometry was acknowledged to be essential, not just for its practical usage, but also for its power to awaken the mind through meditative and contemplative practices.
A particular focus of the book is its investigation of the concept of dimensions, and how the Flower of Life patterns reveal the core symmetries and dynamics of the Universe. 'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life' will entertain and enlighten both beginners and aficionados of the illustrious tradition of Sacred Geometry. Read the book for free at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com
Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life
www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com  'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life' is a lavishly illustrated book by Narada Dan Vantari. Read it for free online or order printed copies at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com Connect the dots of information about science, art, and spirit, and reveal the big picture of what Reality is and where we fit into it !
As explained in the book, Narada's understanding of the deeper meaning of the Flower of Life was strongly influenced by the work of Buckminster Fuller, and the Unified Field physics of Nassim Haramein that is to a large extent an expansion of Fuller's geometric concepts into the realm of subatomic physics.
As a visual artist and singer songwriter, Narada shares a less technical and more intuitive understanding of the geometric foundations of everything from atoms to galaxies and everything inbetween. Once upon a time science and spirituality and creativity were one continuum of knowledge. Once upon a time geometry was acknowledged to be essential, not just for its practical usage, but also for its power to awaken the mind through meditative and contemplative practices.
A particular focus of the book is its investigation of the concept of dimensions, and how the Flower of Life patterns reveal the core symmetries and dynamics of the Universe. 'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life' will entertain and enlighten both beginners and aficionados of the illustrious tradition of Sacred Geometry. Read the book for free at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Amazing what carbon atoms laid out in a floweroflifelike pattern can do ! ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
In my new book I focus a lot on higher dimensional geometry and the concept of dimensions. Here is some ridiculously well funded brain research that shows that the processes between groups of neurons can be effectively modelled as higher dimensional geometries. The new book can be browsed and purchsed at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less
Scientists find "evidence" of a multidimensional universe INSIDE our brain
An exciting discovery has been made by scientists as they have uncovered that the human brain contains structures and shapes that may have up to eleven dimensions. Neuroscientists welcome the findings saying: “We have found a world that we had never imagined before.” With the help of Mathematical me...3 months ago
The new physics is getting more interesting all the time! This video is mostly about quantum gravity, however, the theory is based on the 8 dimensional vector equilibrium, a particularly exotic symmetry. Its an entertainingly deep look into the higher dimensional symmetries that may be the key to understandingWhat if the very fabric of space and time was a code, or a language? A team of physicists and mathematicians with Los Angeles based Quantum Gravity Research ... ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
I have seen many videos of peoples geometrical creations using the neodymium magnet balls, but this is one of the best 🙂
Bored Panda Art
Tiny magnets make awesome sculptures
You can buy it here: goo.gl/8S6N0J ... See MoreSee Less
6 months ago
As a sacred geometer I am particularly interested in higher dimensional forms and their symmetries. Here is a good short introduction to abstract multidimensional spaces used by A.I. to find correlations between data points. I find it fascinating that any nonspacial higher dimensional structure like this can be translated into geometric form and projected down into three dimensional space so that we can gain visual insights about it. In other words, even though these dimensions are simply parameters of classes of information they are at a very deep level spacial forms.Check out g.co/aiexperiments to learn more. This experiment helps visualize what’s happening in machine learning. It allows coders to see and explore... ... See MoreSee Less
7 months ago
I have been somewhat resistant to the idea of a dodecahedral Earth Grid that links important sites on the planet. I thought it was too arbitrarily constructed and aligned to the Great Pyramid. I also thought Bruce Cathie's info about it was pretty silly most of the time. However, this lecture by one of the main developers of the concept over the last decades finally has me taking it seriously. One nice point is that the grid is aligned so that the icosahedron follows the mid Atlantic ridge, which makes more sense.
If you find this interesting enough then it is possible to find the Earth Grid as an overlay for Google Earth and explore it on your own computer. Just Google UVG for Google EarthSubscribe here: www.youtube.com/MegalithomaniaUK. Click here www.megalithomania.co.uk/2011USADVDS.html to get the full DVD or download. Beth... ... See MoreSee Less
7 months ago
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Gr8 to see you looked further into Bethe Hagens work Narada. Look forward to connecting again soon
and as a follow on from the last post ... more geometry of music from a master jazz musician ~ Any comments Emanuel Lieberfreund ? ... See MoreSee Less
8 months ago
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Hey Narada. Greetings from Jerusalem. I don't know if I'm that qualified to comment on this because I don't know enough about physics, maths or sacred geometry and I've never delved into Coltrane's thinking. I can't decipher Coltrane's diagram for instance despite having a reasonable grasp of music theory. But I can say that I am surprised that the article attached to the diagram refers to Einstein's quantum theory, since Einstein famously rejected quantum mechanics. Also, most of Coltrane's playing feels Dionysian and emotional to me rather than Apollonian and mathematical. For music that evokes crystalline geometry I turn to Bach.
Physics jammin with the geometry of music  pretty cool 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
John Coltrane Draws a Picture Illustrating the Mathematics of Music
Physicist and saxophonist Stephon Alexander has argued in his many public lectures and his book The Jazz of Physics that Albert Einstein and John Coltrane had quite a lot in common.8 months ago
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8 months ago
Im not sure I fully understand these diagrams, but I think further contemplation will reward one with a better understanding of phi. I love the reformulation of the number 1 as phi/phi. I would like to explore further this model of space where the fundamental unit is phi. To me the importance of phi is based on it being the simplest essence of ratio itself, (all other ratios if fed back into themselves tend towards phi). Also the simplest self referential statement and therefore metaphorically equivalent of the word 'I'. ... See MoreSee Less
9 months ago
Cloud Nine (tensegrity sphere)  Now here's a geodesic concept I hadn't come across before 🙂
Cloud Nine is the name Buckminster Fuller gave to his proposed airborne habitats created from giant geodesic spheres, which might be made to levitate by slightly heating the air inside above the ambient temperature.
Geodesic spheres (structures of triangular components arranged to make a sphere) become stronger as they become bigger, due to how they distribute stress over their surfaces. As a sphere gets bigger, the volume it encloses grows much faster than the mass of the enclosing structure itself. Fuller suggested that the mass of a milewide geodesic sphere would be negligible compared to the mass of the air trapped within it. He suggested that if the air inside such a sphere were heated even by one degree higher than the ambient temperature of its surroundings, the sphere could become airborne. He calculated that such a balloon could lift a considerable mass, and hence that 'minicities' or airborne towns of thousands of people could be built in this way.
A Cloud Nine could be tethered, or freefloating, or maneuverable so that it could migrate in response to climatic and environmental conditions, such as providing emergency shelters
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11 months ago
I think it is no accident that stars are symbolized in our culture by stellated geometries that have golden mean proportions. Here's a recent discovery of stars that pulsate in golden mean ratio timing ~ Grayham Forscutt Jonathan Quintin Dan Winter ... See MoreSee Less
Strange Stars Pulse to the Golden Mean  Quanta Magazine
A chance astronomical discovery illuminates the thin divide between chaos and order.11 months ago
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nice Narada . Charles plots distance ratios between gamma ray bursts as golden, John Harris revealed solar system is golden ratio in orbit distancesspeeds + synodic periods, Paul Laviolette plotted 3 pulsars related by phi, Nassim's phi scaling, Dan's Planck to hydrogen , Mark's proton to electron, David's infinitely self recursive golden tetra  we combined them all  starsgamma rays modeeled by Fuller's Triaconta (best photonic crystallight/plasma capacitor + radiator)  size/frequencies of these sources simply phi scaled radii or circumference), scaling from large to small by phi with golden ratio volumes (all space filling phi tetra at potentially every phi scale) means obviously probing subPlanck Phase Space thereby quantizing the vacuum proving that to be phi fractal plenum=instantaneity (how we are all connected unifying as a fractal phi unified field) . dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/76084182/Starchitecture%2027.pdf
Jonathan Quintin's sacred geometry art is exquisite, and his teaching deeply insightful. Join him in Mullumbimby Drill Hall on Saturday the 14th for a profound meditation on the secrets of the universe.
Sacred Geometry & Universal Order
Sacred Geometry can help us align to the harmony of natural order and our place in the universe. It can help open us to states of higher consciousness and awaken us to our true potential. It can offer comfort in challenging times and bring balance into our lives.
Jonathan takes the audience on a visual journey exploring inner space and the harmony of natural order. The main focus is on the golden ratio and the Fibonacci series and the profound places they can lead to.
"The geometric visualizations created by Jonathan can have a profound impact on the observer as they activate an innate recognition of the primordial spacetime continuum. I encourage everyone to take advantage of this rare opportunity Jonathan brings to the world that can help awaken the human mind to its full potential and connect to the greater whole".
Nassim Haramein. Physicist
Saturday 14 January 2017
7.00  9:00 pm
Admission : $15.00
The Drill Hall Theatre. 2 Jubilee Ave. Mullumbimby.
Further info: jonathanquintin@gmail.com
Phone 0412 660 801
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11 months ago
And continuing my journey of discovery of biotensegrity ... I wonder if Mark Magee and Steven Turner have integrated this into their practice ? ... See MoreSee Less
 WATER, EARTH AND TENSEGRITY, part two 
(En Français) In this second part of our approach to the human body as a tensegrity combining water/earth qualities through the interplay of muscles/ligaments/tendons/fascia and bones, we will start by quickly reviewing the concepts introduced in part one, before moving on to their application in th...1 years ago
Im exploring the amazing field of Tensegrity and how it relates to sacred geometry. This is just a simple powerpoint about biotensegrity. More on all this coming soon I hope. ... See MoreSee Less
Tensegrity of the Human Body A New Way to Look at Anatomy and Movement.  ppt download
Models Anatomy Trains  tracks, stations, and switches provide a metaphor for the continuities of fascial tissue in the body. A single Anatomy Train is an equivalent term for a myofascial meridian.1 years ago
Doduckia family out for a walk i.imgur.com/WW1bGKP.gif  thanks to www.flohmueller.de/ ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
Four dimensional analysis of chi in the human body ? Well something like that anyway ~ ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
Its been a while since Ive had time to post anything here. Ive been busy brushing up on my geometrical understanding of things as I research for writing a book about it all. Here is a very sweet movie about a 95 year old man who inspired Buckminster FUller, M C Escher, Benior Mandelbrot, and many others including myself ~
I hope you enjoy it  if you love geometry then Im sure you will ! ... See MoreSee Less
The Man Who Saved Geometry.mp4
This is "The Man Who Saved Geometry.mp4" by Siobhan Roberts on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.1 years ago
Base Phi. Who knew that you can count in phi's? Yes there is base phi also called phinary. In this base all real numbers become fractions of phi. Phi is represented as 1. So im figuring our *one* must be 1.618... in phinary. But wait it gets worse... nah I'll let you read it for yourself hehehe. ... See MoreSee Less
Golden ratio base  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Golden ratio base is a noninteger positional numeral system that uses the golden ratio (the irrational number 1 + √5/2 ≈ 1.61803399 symbolized by the Greek letter φ) as its base. It is sometimes referred to as baseφ, golden mean base, phibase, or, colloquially, phinary. Any nonnegative real numb...1 years ago
If you are the sort of person who wonders how snowflakes are made and why spots and stripes are so popular in the animal kingdom then this lecture is for you! Seriously, its quite a humorous talk, and it illuminated for me quite a few questions I have pondered about symmetry, asymmetry, and the reason we say we understand something when we perceive the pattern hidden in it.There are many kinds of pattern in mathematics and many ways to think about them. But when it comes to visual patterns, one viewpoint stands out; symmetry. T... ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
"Electric Sheep" is a program that makes animated fractals of exquisite beauty. They are made by a group process across the world on many machines, and they are influenced by what people like as the more beautiful ones are voted up and the less interesting ones are voted down. This is a 3 hour compilation of some of the best. Im not sure what happens if you actually watch the whole thing. Let me know if you are still here at the end of it ~'Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for 'fair use' for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, ... ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
This animated Mandelbox 3d fractal was so popular I thought I should slow it down to a speed that works better for me, even though you can now see the frames. Do you agree? ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
Greetings, I just received my Solar Angel Pendant that I ordered from Shapeway.com. Am loving the Design, Beauty and Powerful Energy that it generates. Many Thanks & Blessings... ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
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Lovely. I havent printed it in silver yet. Direct link to this model is here www.shapeways.com/product/JDPXJRV29/solarangelstarshipsacredgeometrydodecahedral
A little something to help us keep track of how small we are and how big the Mandelbox/Mandelbulb of the Universe is 😉A rework of other user submitted videos. None of these videos are mine! I simply did some light editing and added sound. Two reasons for doing this: A. I lik... ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
Excerpts from a talk by Narada at Earth Frequency Festival 201... ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
This humble landscape, probably the surface of the 3d Mandelbox fractal of some kind, is one of my very favorite fractals ever. I just love the way it evokes fields, poplar trees, pathways, mysterious monuments, distant cities and mountains. If landscapes like this can be found in an algorithmic formula, what does that say about reality? ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Study for the 3d version of the Flower of Life using the Vector Equilibrium model found here www.shapeways.com/product/WZQ7H932Q/3dmetatronsspherebasedonmetatronscube
Click the image to enlarge to see the detail better ~ ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
The infinite embrace of the 'Flower of Life' with what some have called 'the Daisy of Doom'. Seriously, there is a school of thought out there that believes that the Flower of Life design found in so many cultures is a malignant remainder of some sort of ancient control system. Personally, I think thats almost as silly as saying that circles are bad. The FoL is the a distillation of the triangular way that circles/spheres naturally nest with each other. Therefore it shows the way that atoms and stars and galaxies will arrange themselves by following the path of least resistance. Studying it will help you to understand EVERYTHING ~ ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
I often look at the starry sky and wonder how many perfect triangles, tetrahedrons, and other geometric forms there might be up there that are difficult to recognise from our perspective.
On this page about a newly discovered alignment of the spins of supermassive black holes in the centre of galaxies it has the interesting statement "since these black holes don't know about each other, or have any way of exchanging information or influencing each other directly over such vast scales ..."  and then they start looking for explanations based on the early formation of the universe.
I would suggest that the existence of geometric alignments is to be expected, and that through wormhole subatomic connections as required in Nassim Haramein's Fracto Holographic Theory, there is no reason that the black holes should not influence each other over universal scales of distance. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Im not big on number magic, but this is one of the prettiest number patterns Ive seen in a long time. Watch the animation to see all the different ways the numbers add up to 111. Id love a version of this that worked with the centre point filled in but I guess it must be the zero ! ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Its been over a week since I posted any 3D fractals. These represent a new category of infinitely complex mathematical shapes generated by simple equasions and repetitive processes. This is the Mandelbox. Instead of zooming in we are watching the parameters being tweaked which changes at each moment the whole infinite structure. I particularly like the architectural and mechanistic look of the Mandelbox. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Here is a great introduction to understanding the higher dimensional 'platonic' solids. I will have to make my own movie like this explaining the virtues of the toroidal form of these shapes. Basically, in my toroidal hypercube projection (3d shadow of the 4d cube) all 8 cubes are identically distorted, which is not true of any other projection. See my 3d prints of this and other interesting geometries at www.3dMandalas.comCarlo Sequin talks through platonic solids and regular polytopes in higher dimensions. Extra footage (Hypernom): youtu.be/unC0Y3kv0Yk More videos wit... ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Very beautiful sacred geometry art done with pencil and paper. Magical 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Cool use of geometric patterns. Love the way it takes a simple pattern and creates holes between the shapes. I wonder if the process could be repeated by filling in the holes and then making new cuts to expand again. Ive never thought of this way of generating new tiling patterns before ... ... See MoreSee Less
Islamic art inspires stretchy, switchable materials  BBC News
A new selection of stretchy but switchable 'metamaterials' is created based on intricate, repeating motifs found in Islamic art.2 years ago
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This should be possible with a 3d shape as well, and probably more useful as a 2d form does not have much strength. .
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2 years ago
A deep secret of the universe in one simple animation ~
In this animation there are 8 'blue' cells, 6 red cells, and a grey one at the centre (that should actually be red). When the blue cells are octahedrons the red ones are cubeoctahedrons and vica versa. The whole thing is a 'space filling honeycomb' that extends to infinity. There is an inbetween state where all the cells are phi ratio icosahedral (but not perfect regular icosahedrons). When one cell flexes a wave travels out at lightspeed flexing all the others. I suggest that in the octahedral state the torus energy field surrounds the form and in the cubeoctahedral state the form contains the torus. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
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A 3d printed gold plated form of this can be purchased from here images3.swcdn.net/model/picture/625x465_3551831_11587754_1439180009.jpg  www.shapeways.com/product/MPYRM4JNF/vectorequilibriumcluster8ve7octa50mm?li=shopresults&opt...
Meditation on the higher dimensional symmetries of the torus ~
If a torus is enclosed in a finite hyperspherical space then as it expands it will turn inside out and the hole will become the whole whilst the whole becomes the hole  watch carefully and you can see it happening. Therefore inside and outside, like left and right and clockwise and anticlockwise, depend on your frame of reference. From a higher perspective there is no inside or outside, no left or right, no clockwise or anticlockwise  all movement is relative. For some reason for me its easier to see the hole becoming the whole than the whole becoming the whole  do you agree ? If you dont get it try imagining this  two concentric small circles drawn on the surface of a sphere  expand them till they reach the size of the sphere and keep 'expanding' them till they contract on the other side of the sphere  the 'inner circle' will have become the 'outer circle' and visa versa. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
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Heres a snapshot of the moment where inside and outside are balanced, each side containing one half of the universe  notice the two holes www.math.union.edu/~dpvc/math/4d/stereoprojection/StereoTorus2/StereoTorus2.gif
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