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Fractals are one of the most interesting new mathematical concepts of the last century. The idea of a self-similar but infinitely complex form that is created by simple repetitive processes had to wait for computer technology to be able to render its exquisite visualizations. It seems to be the solution to the question what sort of geometry does nature actually use to model messy things like clouds, waves, landscapes, etc?   I like to think that the universe is an infinite dimensional fractal, and that all the phenomena within it are simply lower dimensional cross-sections with varying parameters. - - - Read the book for free at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

Fractals are one of the most interesting new mathematical concepts of the last century. The idea of a self-similar but infinitely complex form that is created by simple repetitive processes had to wait for computer technology to be able to render its exquisite visualizations. It seems to be the solution to the question 'what sort of geometry does nature actually use to model messy things like clouds, waves, landscapes, etc?' I like to think that the universe is an infinite dimensional fractal, and that all the phenomena within it are simply lower dimensional cross-sections with varying parameters. - - - Read the book for free at www.UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

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An image from the book at http://UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com - - - I find it surprising that many people do not understand that whirreds are the whorls of the whirled. After all... in the beginning the whirred was spun into existence relative to its own understanding. It also surprised me (although I guess it should not have)  that in trying to explain sacred geometry I would of necessity need to explain consciousness and understanding as well. Plumbing the philosophical depths was not really what I had in mind... or was it... lol.

An image from the book at UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com - - - I find it surprising that many people do not understand that whirreds are the whorls of the whirled. After all... in the beginning the whirred was spun into existence relative to its own understanding. It also surprised me (although I guess it should not have) that in trying to explain sacred geometry I would of necessity need to explain consciousness and understanding as well. Plumbing the philosophical depths was not really what I had in mind... or was it... lol. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is an old movie, but I doubt much has changed since then. Its good to be aware that while you use this 'free tool', it is using you too. Many scientists now believe that information = energy = matter = reality. So what is this machine that is gathering our reality and creating an artificial mind that is learning how to manipulate us for its own ends ?Do you have a facebook? First ask about the funding Follow the money trail... This video reveals the true aim of the Facebook conspiracy: Data mining for the... ... See MoreSee Less

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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

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Little did I know when I started writing my book about sacred geometry that it would of course have to be a book about the western esoteric and philosophical tradition going back to the ancient Greeks, (and beyond them to Egypt and India). PLATO ~ And do you not know that they [the geometers] make use of the visible forms and talk about them, pursuing their inquiry for the sake of the square as such and the diagonal as such, and not for the sake of the image of it which they draw? And so on in all cases... What they really seek is to get sight of those realities which can be seen only by the mind.~ Buy the book using the order button below ~ Or browse the digital flipbook to your heart's content right here. ________________________ Currently the $27 USD price includes postage and handling to US, AU, GB, NZ :-) (Shipping method at checkout will be shown as 'Standard Shipping Free'). Al ... See MoreSee Less

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Buckminster Fuller was a very interesting character. An eccentric genius, he deliberately dressed as a second grade clerk because he wanted everyone to see him as just an ordinary man doing what he could to change the world. He is probably best know for giving us geodesic domes, but he had many other inventions, and his ideas continue to percolate out through society. He gave us ideas such as spaceship Earth, synergetics, tensegrity, and the ephemeralization of technology. His understanding of the triangular/hexagonal symmetry of space, and the vector equilibrium, are major contributions to Sacred Geometry. Find out more at http://UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com

Buckminster Fuller was a very interesting character. An eccentric genius, he deliberately dressed as a 'second grade clerk' because he wanted everyone to see him as just an ordinary man doing what he could to change the world. He is probably best know for giving us geodesic domes, but he had many other inventions, and his ideas continue to percolate out through society. He gave us ideas such as 'spaceship Earth', 'synergetics', 'tensegrity', and the 'ephemeralization of technology'. His understanding of the triangular/hexagonal symmetry of space, and the 'vector equilibrium', are major contributions to Sacred Geometry. Find out more at UnderstandingSacredGeometry.com ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

The web of life is woven by all of us.

The web of life is woven by all of us. ... 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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Gaze upon this in absolute wonder - widely renowned as one of the most exquisite galaxies in the known universe - possibly engineered by a race of super intelligent cosmic artists? The Sombrero Galaxy is quite large at between 100 and 700 billion stars (depending on who you ask). Classed an an unbarred spiral galaxy and can be found in the constellation of Virgo. Its estimated distance from Earth is 29 million light years.

The Sombrero Galaxy has a supermassive black hole in its center. The patterns of star movements near the black hole suggest that it could have the same mass as a billion of our suns. Researchers believe that the Sombrero’s black hole is the most massive of any that has been found at the heart of a galaxy.

• Astronomers don’t believe that the Sombrero Galaxy is the part of any formal galaxy group. Instead, it seems to be part of a string of galaxies that extend away from Virgo.

• The Sombrero Galaxy is about 3/10 the size of the Milky Way Galaxy.

A fairly high resolution version can be saved from here for using on your desktop  https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5e/M104_ngc4594_sombrero_galaxy_hi-res.jpg

Gaze upon this in absolute wonder - widely renowned as one of the most exquisite galaxies in the known universe - possibly engineered by a race of super intelligent cosmic artists? The 'Sombrero Galaxy' is quite large at between 100 and 700 billion stars (depending on who you ask). Classed an an unbarred spiral galaxy and can be found in the constellation of Virgo. It's estimated distance from Earth is 29 million light years.

The Sombrero Galaxy has a supermassive black hole in its center. The patterns of star movements near the black hole suggest that it could have the same mass as a billion of our suns. Researchers believe that the Sombrero’s black hole is the most massive of any that has been found at the heart of a galaxy.

• Astronomers don’t believe that the Sombrero Galaxy is the part of any formal galaxy group. Instead, it seems to be part of a string of galaxies that extend away from Virgo.

• The Sombrero Galaxy is about 3/10 the size of the Milky Way Galaxy.

A fairly high resolution version can be saved from here for using on your desktop upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5e/M104_ngc4594_sombrero_galaxy_hi-res.jpg
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Benior Mandelbrot does a TED talk! The father of fractal geometry explains some basic facts of the universe that had been pretty much missed or put in the too hard box until the mid twentieth century.http://www.ted.com At TED2010, mathematics legend Benoit Mandelbrot develops a theme he first discussed at TED in 1984 -- the extreme complexity of roughness... ... 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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3 days ago

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

3 days ago

From our higher dimensional geometry collection at www.SacredGeometrical.com - This is the double hypercube. If the vertices of the large and small hypercube were connected to their corresponding vertices then we would have the projection of the 5 dimensional cube. See all the higher dimensional geometries in our collection here https://sacredgeometrical.com/collections/higher-dimensional-forms

From our higher dimensional geometry collection at www.SacredGeometrical.com - This is the double hypercube. If the vertices of the large and small hypercube were connected to their corresponding vertices then we would have the projection of the 5 dimensional cube. See all the higher dimensional geometries in our collection here sacredgeometrical.com/collections/higher-dimensional-forms ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Who is this artist ? And what sort of psychedelic is s/he on ?

Who is this artist ? And what sort of psychedelic is s/he on ? ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

This sacred geometry backpack is available here https://sacredgeometrical.com/collections/bags-and-cases/products/sacred-geometry-backpack-choose-color-2 . It comes in a large variety of background colors. Very cool.

This sacred geometry backpack is available here sacredgeometrical.com/collections/bags-and-cases/products/sacred-geometry-backpack-choose-color-2 . It comes in a large variety of background colors. Very cool. ... See MoreSee Less

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Julian Assange, was confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in London for 7 years without charge. He was still active online via Wikileaks in speaking truth to power. So they blackmailed/bribed the new Ecuadorian president, and Julian's internet and visiting privileges were cut off, nearly a year ago now. He is effectively a political prisoner in what has become an Ecuadorian jail inside the embassy in London. Obviously he still considers it a better option than being disappeared into a US military prison for reprogramming. - Here is the last interview he did before being cut off from speaking to us. Its a good one.MANDATORY CREDIT: World Ethical Data Forum WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange could be seen in his final video before Internet and communications were cut o... ... See MoreSee Less

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