Vibration’s geometry

Vibration travels in 90° golden mean spirals a bit like the image below. This vibration is outside of spacetime although it is frequently referred to as a sound. Yet it is really the "sound outside of sound" and is technically the golden mean...

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Pyramids

The word pyramid has been defined as fire within, however, the definition light within is more revealing. The pyramids are vastly important structures, built for a specific purpose. Here is a look at one, measured in Royal Cubits: The golden...

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Dimensions

Dimensions are challenging for our minds to deal with. We struggle because we can’t process "space" which seems impossible to our sensibilities. Dimension actually means the ability to twist—how many different planes you can move in. In...

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The 26 dimensions

Now imagine you are God creating the OHM sound and breathing life into the universe. The void has no plane of reference and so you are generating the Sri Yantra without distinguishing between physical and spiritual—they are really two sides of the...

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Subjective reality

The universe and its rotating 26 dimensions and our human consciousness are one and the same thing. The paradox of quantum physics is that a particle only becomes real once you observe it. Thought equals reality: we live in a consensual...

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The eye within

A pyramid therefore can be seen as one half of an octahedron, sticking up above the ground. The subterranean half exists, but it forms part of Earth’s bedrock and in a 3D sense does not have distinct form. It’s present, but isn’t...

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Galactic proportions

If it takes over 222 million years for our solar system to complete one cycle around the galactic core, we’re obviously talking about periods of time too long to have meaning. Because our solar system travels on a flower-petal shape around our...

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Gæa’s time

The more advanced the culture, the better the calendar system. Even by modern standards however, cycles that last roughly 26,000 years are too long to gather meaning from or even to measure accurately. Earth's measurement of time is governed by...

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Transition

We live on a planet that revolves around a star every 365.25 days. So time is really a ratio of spin. We could have measured time in linear format, but due to the movement of the planets we interpret time as cyclical. As Earth moves through...

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