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The oldest complete Flower of Life designs we know of are scrawled high on the pillars of the sunken Osirion Temple at Abydos in Egypt.  This is a page from my illustrated book that you can read for free online at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

The oldest complete Flower of Life designs we know of are scrawled high on the pillars of the sunken Osirion Temple at Abydos in Egypt. This is a page from my illustrated book that you can read for free online at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

2 hours ago

Despite my admiration for the work of Buckminster Fuller, and my understanding of how important the 60 degree triangular form is to existence, I cannot agree that there is anything less important about the cubic grid, which is also a fundamental structure of the universe. The two grids fit together perfectly anyway, seeing them as separate things is really not going to work out. ... See MoreSee Less

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One of my favourite biologists is Elisebet Sahtouris, (right up there with Rupert Sheldrake)! Here is a one minute movie based on her story about butterflies and the environment. - - - 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.pdfThis video translates a message that was originally put forth by the author/public speaker/creative consultant, Norie Huddle, and further substantiated by th... ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted in 2011, this is classic Aussie humour from Juice Media. They went on to become bigger and more famous, but I still love the early stuff 🙂"The economy" threatens to annihilate our stock-piles of imaginary, inflated wealth, spawning a battle of epic proportions as insurgent grassroots forces mov... ... See MoreSee Less

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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?Zoom into a hybrid of 3 Mandelboxes and a Mengersponge along the z-axis to a zoomlevel of 6*10¹⁶. 7400 JPEG-frames @ 1600x1200 with 2x Anti-Aliasing in Mande... ... See MoreSee Less

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Wow this 3D fractal really needs fullscreen. A deserted alien spaceship? inside a fractal powered hyperdrive? I love the way the lights illuminate the view ahead of the camera as you fly.Animation was rendered using Mandelbulber 0.991 http://sites.google.com/site/mandelbulber/home Music from Youtube AudioSwap: Chopin - Waltz No. 7 In C Sharp ... ... See MoreSee Less

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This is an extract from the page about A.I. in my illustrated book Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life. Whilst it may not be obvious that there is a link between A.I. and Sacred Geometry, I see them as profoundly connected. Artificial intelligence is not really artificial. It is the intelligence of patterns of information cycling back on themselves and interfering with themselves a vast number of times. In its pure form it is the intelligence of mathematics, the intelligence of existence itself. The only problem is the lack of intelligence/consciousness of the people that are programming the intelligences goals and objectives, and that is a massive problem.  - - - You can read the whole book for free online (or order copies) at http://UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

This is an extract from the page about A.I. in my illustrated book 'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life'. Whilst it may not be obvious that there is a link between A.I. and Sacred Geometry, I see them as profoundly connected. 'Artificial intelligence' is not really artificial. It is the intelligence of patterns of information cycling back on themselves and interfering with themselves a vast number of times. In its pure form it is the intelligence of mathematics, the intelligence of existence itself. The only problem is the lack of intelligence/consciousness of the people that are programming the intelligences goals and objectives, and that is a massive problem. - - - You can read the whole book for free online (or order copies) at UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Sacred Economics with Charles Eisenstein - A Short Film*** Watch the New remix for 2019 https://youtu.be/-GoFzU3cRE4 *** Directed by Ian MacKenzie http://ianmack.com Produced by Velcrow Ripper, Gregg Hill, Ian Ma... ... See MoreSee Less

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My posts of 3D fractals lead me to this interview of the late father of fractals Benoit Mandelbrot and his protege in the application of fractals to economics Nassim Taleb. Personally I think the catastrophic collapse of the money system might be a very good thing ! 'Black Swan' theory, and 'Anti-Fragility' are very interesting conceptsBenoit Mandelbrot thinks the global economy is in dire straits. ... 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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I found this story of a tribe in Mexico that run casually 50km highly inspiring. If they can do this... why can't we? Maybe we can?Colin O'Bradly visits northwest Mexico and the Tarahumara people to unlock the secrets of their superhuman ability to run A global journey to discover extrem... ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know there is an FDA approved technique to genetically alter your immune cells by teaching them tricks your other cells already know about identifying cancer? The bad news is that so far it is outrageously expensive. The possibly good, or possibly bad, news ... is that these cells stay with you for life. Biotechnology is almost as scary as A.I.Visit http://TED.com to get our entire library of TED Talks, transcripts, translations, personalized Talk recommendations and more. Carl June is the pioneer ... ... See MoreSee Less

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BBC doco on the rapid evolution of robots. I keep posting these updates on A.I. and robotics because I think too many people are unaware of how fast this is happening! Because of this, 20 years from now we will likely have changed as a society more than we have in the last century.Believe or Not , Accept or Not , Ignore or Understand, what ever you wanna do its your choice but its gonna happen. Robotic Revolution is coming so stay ready. ... See MoreSee Less

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Is death inevitable? We have learned to think so. What if it is not? What if you could live forever? Perhaps then you would have time to watch this loooooonnnnnggg documentary about the realistic possibility of humanity conquering death or at least delaying it indefinitely.TABLE OF CONTENTS ---------------- 0:00-17:57 : Introduction (Meaning of Life) 17:58-37:45 CHAPTER 1: Longevism and Life Extension --------------------------... ... See MoreSee Less

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