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Vibration Station Dimension Conversation
Dave Cohen (a.k.a. Davie Crockett) and I shared this conversation about our dualistic dimensions and dizzying dimensionality on 19 July 2015, on his LA Talk Radio show. We started our talk by looking at space and time … and ended up exploring our universally shared origin of Oneness. 🙂
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- Martin Gray’s “Places of Peace and Power” website is always a visual treat for virtual visits to vibrant parts of the planet; his commentary adds to the appreciation of egalitarian inclusiveness, encouraging compassion, tolerance and kindness, since we’re all in the same Culture! 🙂 … and shifting the scale from terrestrial to both extremes of space:
- Reality doesn’t exist until we measure it, quantum experiment confirms – Doesn’t it seem that most of the time, we still act as though modern physics never happened? 🙂 “… reality does not exist if you are not looking at it.”
- Six Things Everyone Should Know About Quantum Physics (another quick slideshow reminder that, as Werner Heisenberg said, “Not only is the universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than we can think.”
- Some physicists believe we’re living in a giant hologram — and it’s not that far-fetched … we probably won’t see ‘unconscious guilt’ as the underlying purpose for the universe in physics books any time soon, but it’s still interesting to follow how modern physics keeps leading inexorably back to the mind. 🙂
- Fellow geometer, Ed Kellogg alerted us to these interesting-looking books: A Mathematical Space Odyssey: Solid Geometry in the 21st Century and Thinking Geometrically: A Survey of Geometries
- … as well as this page about DNA Origami
- ESPL: Dances of the Planets – We’ve featured John Martineau’s solar system geometries before, but it’s been a while; here are some elegant illustrations of a few of his discoveries; thanks to Nancy B. for sending this our way.
- A short video about the vector equilibrium from Nassim Haramein’s organization: “The Tree of Life expresses the geometry of the fabric of the vacuum of space.”
- This video: Hexagonal Grids in Art History by Ryan Murtha explores the idea of hexagonal recursive underpinnings behind numerous art classics. Update (30Dec2015): Check out Ryan’s new website GeometryAndTheology.com
- I suspect many more of us than just John Horton Conway (inventor of the mathematical “Life” game) and myself have had polyhedral ‘stalactites’ adorning our abodes over the years.
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If you like to color with colored pencils (or other media), make 3-D fold-up geometric art, do stained glass, quilts, geometric arts and/or crafts, or just want an extensive reference/resource of geometric archetypes, patterns and essential line art, you might enjoy a copy of my first book, Sacred Geometry Design Sourcebook: Universal Dimensional Patterns.
If your leanings are more metaphysical … and perhaps whimsical 🙂 … you might enjoy my second book, The Geometry Code: Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us; Friendly Reminders of Inclusion to Forgive the Dreamer of Separation. It was originally going to have geometry and Hermetic Laws/symbolism as a primary focus, but in 2007, a reawakened interest in the spiritual masterpiece, A Course In Miracles – thanks to Gary Renard – shifted the primary emphasis to an exploration of the two thought fundamental systems we all vacillate between, and how we can gradually shift our mind’s identity to the happy one.
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