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Golden Ratio Appears in 8D to 4D Quasicrystals, Black Holes, Consciousness Theory of Everything

Thanks to geometer colleague and dream researcher, Ed Kellogg for alerting me to this very interesting (and fun) video “What Is Reality?”  from Quantum Gravity Research (check out the lovely video loop of a slowly rotating polyhedron made of tetrahedra on their website’s home page) – in addition to meshing interconnections with our faithful  omnipresent proportion, the […]

Golden Ratio and Quantum Field Theory – Frank van den Bovenkamp

The Golden Ratio (approximately 1.618) makes yet another appearance, this time in the realm of quantum physics. The golden ratio (a.k.a. sacred cut a.k.a. divine proportion and several other names) – which beautifully symbolizes the principle of interconnectedness – shows up over and over in this holographic material universe of our projected minds, giving us metaphoric clues […]

Möbius strips of light … Donald in Mathmagic Land … Golden Ratio Nautilus

From the backlog of interesting sacred geometry links I’ve been meaning to share, here are three, with thanks to colleagues who shared the links with me so I can pass along to you! 🙂 Möbius strips of light” … These mathematical structures show up everywhere from M.C. Escher drawings to electrical circuits, but almost never […]

Golden Ratio and sound – John Chowning synthesis

Being a fan of early electronic music, I recently watched a DVD documentary entitled “Ohm+: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music“, featuring pioneers like Robert Moog and others in that genre of musical experimenters. I was happy to discover that track 14 featured a synthesized composition (computer generated) with both partials (harmonics) and relative timing […]

How to graphically derive the Golden Ratio using an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle

  Another interesting way to graphically derive the Golden Ratio using an equilateral triangle inscribed in a circle and the chord which passes through the midpoints of the sides of the equilateral triangle.

Vibration Station Conversation – The Geometry Code Book: Chapter 9: Cause and Effect

In this audio recording, Dave Cohen (a.k.a. Davie Crockett), and Bruce Rawles talk about “Cause and Effect: 6th of the 7 Hermetic Laws” which is Chapter 9 from the book The Geometry Code: Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us; Friendly Reminders of Inclusion to Forgive the Dreamer of Separation on Sunday, 17 July 2016, on […]

Sisyphus, Golden Globes, Polytopes, and Rhythmic Cycles

Dave Cohen (a.k.a. Davie Crockett) and I shared yet another interview on 25 January, 2015, on his LA Talk Radio show. Our conversation meandered through topics such as the rhythms and cycles, the Greek myth of Sisyphus (forever condemned to push a boulder up a mountain, only to have it roll back down again, and […]

Zometool Inspiration

Recently we had lunch in Denver, Colorado with Carlos Neumann of Zometool, the maker of my favorite geometric modeling tool/toy. It’s really both a fabulous design and 3D visualization modeling environment AND a fun toy for any age – even those who don’t think they like geometry. He brought along a Zometool model of the […]

Quantum Field Theory & Modern Physics – a conversation with Frank van den Bovenkamp

This is an impromptu video conversation about Quantum Field Theory and Modern Physics in response to a recent post inspired by an email from researcher and geometer colleague, Frank van den Bovenkamp. Bruce Rawles and Frank converse about this fascinating and arcane world, weaving some of his new ideas ideas in with metaphysics and other related […]

Cross symbolism, coloring books for adults, vesica piscis and misc. links

I recently received this inquiry about the symbolic meaning of a cross: Hi, I love your site. I am learning so much. I don’t see any information about the symbol ‘The Cross’. Is the cross a universal symbol? A sacred symbol? It’s the symbol used in Christianity but does it have wider significance? Thank you […]