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Fractals Sacred Geometry
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https://facebook.com/455897177765387_2832504530104628This design was inspired by one of Firebirds poems called the Hurtling Stillness of the Light which you can find here https://sacredgeometryweb.com/birdsflicker
The background of this design is very wing-like fractals. Macaws and hummingbirds dart through the fractal forest. Available in mens and womens cut, short and long sleeve. #fractal

facebook.com/455897177765387_2832504530104628This design was inspired by one of Firebird's poems called 'the Hurtling Stillness of the Light' which you can find here sacredgeometryweb.com/birdsflicker
The background of this design is very wing-like fractals. Macaws and hummingbirds dart through the fractal forest. Available in men's and women's cut, short and long sleeve. #fractal
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3 months ago

Fractals Sacred Geometry
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Ive been reading a few too many scifi stories about the limits of A.I. lately. It seems there is a popular speculation among physicist/philosopher/cosmologists that since there is no physical law preventing it, ultimately all the matter and energy in the universe will become organised as one consciousness. Even speculations about non-locality overcoming the speed of light limitations to unite the whole multiverse. - Is that sort of like God/Goddess reassembling herself from her infinite parts ?

Ive been reading a few too many scifi stories about the limits of A.I. lately. It seems there is a popular speculation among physicist/philosopher/cosmologists that since there is no physical law preventing it, ultimately all the matter and energy in the universe will become organised as one consciousness. Even speculations about non-locality overcoming the speed of light limitations to unite the whole multiverse. - Is that sort of like God/Goddess reassembling herself from her infinite parts ? ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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How close are we to flying taxis? How close to owning your own personal drone transportation? This guy will show you the development over the last decade and explain what the remaining hurdles are. Its probably closer than you think! ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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The golden ratio (phi), and its associated Fibonacci number sequence, are extremely important, but not for the reasons many people imagine. The most important attribute of phi is that it is the MOST irrational ratio. It tends to be used by living processes BECAUSE it is as far from the whole numbers and octave ratios as possible. ... See MoreSee Less

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Interesting demonstration of toroidal vortex dynamics. Why do so many phenomena preferentially exist at the boundary between differing densities? ... See MoreSee Less

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Robert Downey Junior presents a 4 episode update on the state of A.I. and robotics. Its a little slow but they get access to some interesting developments I have not seen elsewhere ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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Our concept of what a black hole is has evolved dramatically in the last 100 years since Einstein predicted them. We have, of course, never seen one, and perhaps never will. We have seen things happening in the depths of space that seem to indicate the presence of something so attractive and energetic that our only current explanation for it is that it is a black hole. That still leaves us clinging to our theories in a hurricane of other possible ideas. - In the midst of this fascinating field of investigation, the theories of Nassim Haramein have a certain sacred geometric beauty to them. He proposes (excuse my gross oversimplification) that even the smallest pixel level of reality is basically nothing but black holes, and that particles are vortexes in spacetime connected to each other by wormholes. There is a section in my book Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life devoted to his Holo-Fractal-Theory. Read it for free online at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

Our concept of what a black hole is has evolved dramatically in the last 100 years since Einstein predicted them. We have, of course, never seen one, and perhaps never will. We have seen things happening in the depths of space that seem to indicate the presence of something so attractive and energetic that our only current explanation for it is that it is a black hole. That still leaves us clinging to our theories in a hurricane of other possible ideas. - In the midst of this fascinating field of investigation, the theories of Nassim Haramein have a certain sacred geometric beauty to them. He proposes (excuse my gross oversimplification) that even the smallest pixel level of reality is basically nothing but black holes, and that particles are vortexes in spacetime connected to each other by wormholes. There is a section in my book 'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life' devoted to his Holo-Fractal-Theory. Read it for free online at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

Fractals Sacred Geometry
Fractals Sacred Geometry
This book presents a synthesis of ideas from many of the most brilliant and inspired minds of our history, and shows how the ancient tradition of sacred geometry is as relevant as ever to the latest developments in society and technology. It covers an amazingly wide range of topics, from the simplest patterns, to the subtlest complexities of space and time, body and mind. It can quickly bring you up to speed with the essential fundamental forms and primary principles, and intrigue you with glimpses into the harmonic patterns that appear at every level of existence from the subatomic to the supergalactic.  READ FOR FREE HERE www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

This book presents a synthesis of ideas from many of the most brilliant and inspired minds of our history, and shows how the ancient tradition of sacred geometry is as relevant as ever to the latest developments in society and technology. It covers an amazingly wide range of topics, from the simplest patterns, to the subtlest complexities of space and time, body and mind. It can quickly bring you up to speed with the essential fundamental forms and primary principles, and intrigue you with glimpses into the harmonic patterns that appear at every level of existence from the subatomic to the supergalactic. READ FOR FREE HERE www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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One of my favourite biologists is Elisebet Sahtouris, (right up there with Rupert Sheldrake)! - - - I downloaded her book Earth Dance and printed it out and highly recommend it as the best book about Gaia and the living universe that I've ever come across. You can download the pdf here www.ratical.org/LifeWeb/Erthdnce/erthdnce.pdf ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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Hands by Alex Grey, Woman by Andrew Gonzales, montage by Narada Dan Vantari, words by .... let me know if you find out ...

Hands by Alex Grey, Woman by Andrew Gonzales, montage by Narada Dan Vantari, words by .... let me know if you find out ... ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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Thanks to my friend Francesco for modelling one of my favourite tshirts and holding the 3D Metatron's Cube. (Cutting the 3D print in half reveals the 2D Metatron's Cube inside it). See the incredible range of sacred geometry tools, toys, and timeless trinkets at www.SacredGeometrical.com ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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The vibe of 3D fractals fascinates me. Many of them seem darker and stranger than one would expect from a geometry. Many seem organic or mechanical, but that is mostly just our classification system. The weirdness seems to be more than just our biases. Do you agree? ... See MoreSee Less

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How many fundamental forms are there? How many shapes do you need to understand to have a good grasp on the basics of geometry (sacred or not)? Well... that depends how you define the terms. But I feel there are surprisingly few of them really. 

The simplest and most symmetrical shapes made from either straight or curved lines, the circle, equilateral triangle, square, pentagon and hexagon - all these certainly need to be included - and their 3 dimensional (and higher dimensional) extensions. The behaviour of spheres and torii (donuts) are particularly important concepts to understand. Phi ratio, spirals, and the concept of fractals... strangely, already we are running out of what can be considered primary patterns. Most other candidates that come to mind are either extensions of these concepts, or else they are far less fundamental. I suppose some would want to include conic sections such as parabola and hyperbola.

Many other geometric forms and concepts deserve lifetimes of study, but arent they all based on these simplest ones ? What would you add to the collection that isnt an extension of these ?

How many fundamental forms are there? How many shapes do you need to understand to have a good grasp on the basics of geometry (sacred or not)? Well... that depends how you define the terms. But I feel there are surprisingly few of them really.

The simplest and most symmetrical shapes made from either straight or curved lines, the circle, equilateral triangle, square, pentagon and hexagon - all these certainly need to be included - and their 3 dimensional (and higher dimensional) extensions. The behaviour of spheres and torii (donuts) are particularly important concepts to understand. Phi ratio, spirals, and the concept of fractals... strangely, already we are running out of what can be considered 'primary patterns'. Most other candidates that come to mind are either extensions of these concepts, or else they are far less fundamental. I suppose some would want to include conic sections such as parabola and hyperbola.

Many other geometric forms and concepts deserve lifetimes of study, but aren't they all based on these simplest ones ? What would you add to the collection that isn't an extension of these ?
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9 months ago

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