You are a biochemical machine. Pond Scum. Water Clusters. You are a holon, unique as a individual but at the same time a member of a complex adaptive species suddenly emergent on a rock spiraling around a luminous spheroid of plasma moving at 300,000 kilometers per second in a great circle that is over 106,000 light years in diameter. What is a light year? The distance light travels in a year: 9.46 Trillion kilometers.
To calculate the circumference of a circle, multiply the diameter of the circle by π (pi=3.14) *106,000 = 333,0000 lightyears = 10 billion trillion kilometers
It takes 230 Million years for our personal luminous spheroid to complete one journey around of the circumference of that great circle . One Cosmic Year! Ra Time!
As old as we are as a species, we have never been here before. We are on a journey over which we have absolutely no control, nevertheless there are crossroads, there are choices. In terms of the cosmic year, these choices happen in a nanosecond woven into the tapestry of life and the history of our planet; the biosphere that we all inhabit. Like a fish, we are connected by a great pattern that we can not see.
As your id spirals at supernatural speeds around the milky way galaxy the choices you make matter! Your choices matter to your own self interest and to the lives of others. It is the accumulation of your choices that is making a difference right now in the eternal moment.
As a species we have surrounded the planet with a web of light creating circles of information and knowledge acting like a particle accelerator for a species about to make a quantum leap in energy and development. If we don't blow everything up.
no need to be conCERNed - 3 28x28 wood panels
In the science of cymatics as the frequency increases; the vibration increases and as the vibration increases; the complexity of the resulting form increases. The frequency of the biosphere in which we all reside is increasing; things are about to get more chaotic and as a result, we will become more complex. We are grains of sand bouncing around the hard steel plate of reality doing the best we can with the state of consciousness we have.
there ain't no such thing as a free lunch.
If my neighbor becomes ill, then I will sicken
Do you think that a cauliflower wants to look like that?
Icarus golden spiral Flyby
Suddenly emergent indeed!
Our social history goes back not much more than 12,000 years ago, because there was a big rock from the sky and a great flood all around the world! Perhaps you remember hearing about the flood? Or has that already been removed from history books? In any case, the geological history of the earth has been defined going back billions of years by rocks: Rocks don't lie because they are rocks. Lying around not lying! So to speak. Some very strange rocks.
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it
Icarus George Santayana Flyby
200 years ago, there were one billion (1,000,000,000) of us and on average we lived 30 to 40 years. 60% of us died before the age of five. Today there are eight billion (8,000,000,000) of us and on average we live between 70 and 80 years.
Those who cannot leave the past behind are rocks
Today, 90% of the worlds population own a smartphone. Technology, invented 25 years ago that provides more information, music and interpersonal connections than at any time in history. That sounds pretty good from the perspective of health, social-economic, and cultural development and growth, but it also looks like someone went on vacation and left a petri dish out that resulted in a invasive species looking to justify its' metaphysical impact on the chasos of reality.
Meanwhile: The heartbeat of our biosphere, a complex system where everything is connected with everything else; is beating faster. Small wonder many of us are mad as hatters!
*an expression linked to the hat-making industry and mercury poisoning. In the 18th and 19th centuries, industrial workers used a toxic substance, mercury nitrate, as part of the process of turning the fur of small animals, such as rabbits, into felt for hats.
Despite this development and growth, so many of us are unhappy. Every morning, we automatically process three questions: Where am I?; What is going on?; and What can I do about it? Missing the salient question
altogether because as a species, we have etched these questions into our genetic code! We learn through osmosis in childhood; and, as the waters rise we hold our own children up over our heads and throw them to safety crying out! "We are the Coods!".
And as a result, every morning, we already know who we are. We know because for generations our ancestors held us up over their head and said:
Give me a child before the age of reason
and he will be mine for the rest of his life.
For most of us it's groundhog day.
The Seed of Life
The Seed of Life combines creativity, growth and development. The Seed of Life is found in all major religions and can be seen in many Synagogues, Churches, Kabbalah prayer books, and the ancient Osirian temple in Abydos Egypt, the source of all the major religions and mystical studies. Simple geometry.
The Flower of Life
The Flower of Life is a polar 360* geometric pattern that defines the underlying structure of the steel plate
the tetrahedron is the God Particle, the Higgs boson, the plank object.
there is a male node and vector wireframe that defines volume, space and physical matter
there is a female egg/circle/sphere that contains volume, space and physical matter
the star tetrahedron, the Star of David, the Merkabah combines upper, and lower; male and female defining. positive and negative
the nodal points of Metatron's cube revealing a 3D nested platonic holographic universe of patterns, locations and data in an expanding space
The Fruit of Life
The series of lines made by connecting the center of 13 circles from the Flower of Life outlining the five Platonic Solids, geometrical shapes that appear repeatedly in nature: tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron and icosahedron.
The Flower of Life reveals the nested holographic nature of reality: as above, so as below and the Five Senses of Sight, Sound, Smell, Taste, and Touch that the Human Body uses to Receive Sensory Information.