The vesica piscis

This is the vesica piscis:

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It translates from Latin as fish bladder and describes two equal circles passing through each other’s centers. Our world is made up of many of these conjunctions.

Since human conception is based on this pattern, this shape is formed at the moment two pronuclei come together. It is the base pattern of light. This symbol can also represent love and knowledge. This symbol really represents the beginning of the binary sequence. The series begins 1,2,4,8,16,32,64,128…

Humans begin as a single cell and replicate from there. It takes precisely 33 mitotic divisions to arrive at our total cell count. The spine has 33 vertebrae. The mitotic process has a strong connection to light. It is no small coincidence that when humans wished to create a synthetic consciousness (computers) we chose the binary sequence.

The human DNA molecule has a measurement of 34 angstroms long by 21 angstroms wide for each full cycle of its double-helix spiral. These dimensions are fibonacci ratios. So the human body actually has two sequences within it in order to form: the binary and the Fibonacci.

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The vesica piscis also has Judeo-Christian references: it resembles a fish with the tail horizontally opposed. One “fish” to exhibit this is a mammal, the dolphin. This is exactly what Christ was referred to if you go back beyond the Greek word ichthys. Early Coptic monasteries sometimes show the air-breathing fish with 13 scales.

Above are the sacred dimensions of the vesica piscis.

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