Robert Grant's incredible output of numerical and geometric diagrams seems to be flowing from some other dimension. This sort of work is sometimes produced by savants, and they are normally strangely disconnected people. By contrast, Robert is a successful former CEO who has somehow been opened up to the inspiration of the patterns within everything. #resonance#haramein#sacredgeometry#Pattern... See MoreSee Less
My friend Jonathan Quintin makes the best introductory videos about sacred geometry. His insights into the numbers and forms is transmitted through the amazing star mandalas and toroidal flows he also brings through. It is very meditative so please take the time to enjoy properly. ... See MoreSee Less
This is a truly mind blowing documentary about origami, and a collection of artists and scientists who push folded paper way beyond what anyone had ever imagined might be its limits! Folding is of cou...
If you are fascinated by the golden ratio, then don't miss this great introduction to phi ratio tiling of the plane and its relation to quasicrystals and higher dimensional patterns ... See MoreSee Less
Music is one of the most geometrical of the arts. The patterns of musical frequencies, rhythms, ratio between notes played together, and patterns of notes played over time... all these combine into a fabric of relationships that evokes differing responses in each different person. ... See MoreSee Less
There is a lot going on here in this simple geometrical animation. The triangle, square and hexagon, are a set that creates the most important spacial forms. So interestingly, this animation does not include the pentagon that is associated more with living forms. Each division of the shape has to create the right corner angles for the next shape, but achieving the rest of the elegant transformation is a much more advanced puzzle! Read the second edition of my book at F R E E www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com... See MoreSee Less
Within this actually inescapable frameless frame of mind and matter even absolute versus relative, knowledge versus ignorance, paradox versus harmony, truth versus illusion, unity versus division, eternal versus temporary, source versus destiny, infinite versus limited, different versus equal, connected versus separated, aspect versus total, individual versus universal, here versus there, now versus then, and existence versus non-existence are in fact all smoothly joined polarized aspects of that one synergetic holistic truth, which transcendently remains to be immeasurably more than the sum of its co-dependently opposing parts.
The Tao is the One From the One come Yin and Yang From the two, creative energy From energy, ten thousand things The forms of all creation
All 1ife embodies the Yin and embraces the Yang Through their union achieving harmony
Here is an in depth explanation of the geometry of quasicrystals. Quasicrystals are a recently discovered new form of ordered matter, a new form of pattern of atoms that is not periodic, and yet predictable. Fascinatingly they are shadows of ordered structures in higher dimensions that ARE periodic, and they are projected down at an irrational angle so that their structure never repeats. Intuitively it seems to me, and many others, that they are a key to understanding physics and living processes in particular. ... See MoreSee Less
The 'holographic theory' is a fairly mainstream explanation of the idea that all the information in our apparently 3D universe can be mapped onto an infinitely distant 2D surface. This is just one example of how, given infinity, the number of dimensions you conceptualise it occupying is up to you. Hmmm, that's a confusing way to put it... maybe you should watch this much clearer video explanation to get a grip on this awesome concept ... ... See MoreSee Less
heres a nice short and to the point explanation of at least one of the main concepts behind Leonardo's 'Vitruvian Man'. www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMsaFP3kgqQ - Other ideas that Leonardo was working with here include whole number ratios, and the golden ratio. He also illustrated a book called 'the Divine Proportion', with some of the first ever illustrations of the regular and semiregular solids. ... See MoreSee Less