I just updated this sacred geometry calendar which has images from the fascinating geometric Martineau Solar System models. Here are details about the 12 images which are highly accurate geometric models of pairs of planetary orbits in our solar system. They were inspired by the remarkable work of John Martineau (publisher of Wooden Books), who wrote “A Little Book of Coincidence in the Solar System.” Tiled images of planetary surfaces and related images form the backgrounds. Images are two or more orbits defined by simple 2D (circles, triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons, octagons) or 3D geometries (e.g. tetrahedron, icosahedron, dodecahedron) typically with 99.9% or greater accuracy. The work picks up where Johannes Kepler’s mystical exploration left off.
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I recently learned about some exquisite jewelry from Rebecca Li; such as her “SIGNATURE SIX SENSES TALISMAN” series:
“My mission is to help us touch Mindfulness, and I do that through objects of modern art–because art is magical; I believe it has the power to take us to the present moment.”
… and her additional commentary about what inspired her to make these jewelry gems:
My inspiration for designing Six Senses Talisman Collection:
Why the hexagon?
When I was thinking about designing a piece of pendant talisman, I knew I wanted to use a gemstone as the main element, but I struggled to come up with a unique shape that really resonated with me. Then an interesting thing happened to me. I started to see hexagons everywhere unexpectedly, to the point, I couldn’t ignore them anymore. I took it as a sign; I just knew I should use hexagons as my building block in my talisman design.
Why hexagonal crystal points?
This particular shape is the result of one hexagon rotating in space. Imaging a hexagon standing up with one diagonal being the center line, rotating this hexagon 60 degrees six times and connecting those points together then we get this hexagonal crystal point. My message here is six. We say intuition is our sixth sense. I feel like this 3D shape is the perfect interpretation of my message.
Hidden Flower of Life and Seed of Life:
I see the hexagon as the minimalist interpretation of Flower of Life as well as Seed of Life. The hexagon contains those two powerful ancient sacred geometries.
Design elements in her jewelry:
- Natural healing gemstones
- Solid gold
- Sacred Geometry
- Modern minimalist style
I will be the guest of Midnight In The Desert (MITD) – Late Night Talk Radio with Heather Wade from 9:30PM-1AM on Monday, July 24, 2017. Here is the page on the MITD site about my conversation: – Bruce Rawles – The Ubiquitous Hermetic Laws.
I will be conversing about : Non-dual Metaphysics, Sacred Geometry, The Seven Hermetic Laws, Lessons from Modern Physics, The Great Pyramid of Giza. Please join us! 🙂
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 topics. Be sure to read the prior inter-related post: Golden Ratio and Quantum Field Theory – Frank van den Bovenkamp.
Here are some links mentioned in the conversation and related sites :
- A Quantum Theory of Microvita
- Shrii P.R. Sarkar’s discourses on microvita and cosmology – a selection
- Frank van den Bovenkamp’s YouTube Channel
- video: A Path Integral based on Synchronized Quantum Field Fluctuations
- Fractal Heart – Hunting the Hidden Dimension (PBS documentary excerpt)
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 everywhere for undoing our erroneous divisive beliefs in a seemingly disconnected “nowhere” world, revealing the intrinsic oneness we all share behind the façade of indivi-duality.
For those with advanced math and physics backgrounds, you will particularly appreciate this video and the commentary on it below from geometer colleague, Frank van den Bovenkamp of TrigunaMedia. If you do understand it, please clue me in; as my college physics and math classes (plus a little dabbling since) aren’t quite adequate to plumb the depths of this material. 🙂 Thanks to Frank for passing this along!
You might also enjoy Frank’s other videos covering subjects such as
- Heart & Brain Coherence (professional applications)
- Physics and Microvita science
- Samples (other videos about geometry, vortices, etc.)
Here is his commentary:
Please consider the detailed and completely reproduceable reason why Phi is crucial in Quantum Field Theory / symmetry breaking and therefore all of creation.
In summary, a newly defined, naturally synchronized groundstate (i.e. without manually added constraints), naturally produces a) a Vacuum Expectation Value (VEV), and b) a non-trivial internal cycle or mode, associated with a Goldstone boson – both required so that the scalar field can produce a gauge field, conservation laws, eigenstates, etc..
You’ll see that if you take a spectrum of that internal mode or hidden cycle, it peaks only at the point where the groundstate’s recursion is at Phi – that is where the goldstone mode is lifted out of the quantum field, and, in relation to gauge interactions, the Higgs boson.
In short, Phi naturally and continually lets the physical world break out of the hidden state or field. Unlike in QFT, symmetry is never broken in an absolute sense, rather the groundstate remains poised “on the edge of chaos”.
In philosophy this infinitely intricate state is referred to as swabhava. You can also verify how the groundstate’s subwave geometry could very well be parametrized by what in philosophy is known as the guna’s.
Here is a recent video conversation inspired by this post: Quantum Field Theory & Modern Physics – a conversation with Frank van den Bovenkamp