A magical witch taught me once that life goes in spirals & you will face the same problems in life as you go around that spiral. But, as you continue inward, both the spiral and the problems grow smaller and smaller. #ammonite#spiral#life#museumofnaturalhistory#nyc
Scenes from "Primer Fields" and "Black Whole". Images from Jon DePew's work.
There exists a universal electromagnetic force with an eternal geometric structure that binds, harmonizes, shapes and transforms the whole universe, in all scales, from subatomic particles to astronomical scales such as galaxies and the entire Cosmic Web and observable Universe. This force is proven scientifically through physical experiments such as with magnetism, cymatics, through sciences of biological morphogenesis, orbital cycles symmetries and through pure mathematics, by finding correspondences of fractal patterns of numbers between geometry, musical frequencies, time cycles of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, circumference, diameter and distance of planets, moons and stars.
This is a Universal Language that extends to All Dimensions. It's called "The Law of Correspondence". The ancients knew this, and kept it as a secret tradition. They encoded it in their arts, philosophies and even in the proportions of the Pyramids.
Quadrivium and Sacred Geometry encodes and decodes the sciences of the Universal Force, Universal Energy, Universal Flow Dynamics, Universal Harmony, Universal Cycles, Universal Music, Universal Forms, Universal Fractality, Universal Electromagnetism, Universal Vibration, Universal Rhythm, Universal Polarity, Universal Causality, Universal Generation, Universal Consciousness... It's the Language of Space and Time, known to the ancient ones as "Ether, Akasha, Ouroboros,
The Flower of Life, the Cosmic Spiral", and many other names throughout history... #torus#64tetrahedrongrid#fractality#morphogenesis#syntropy#electromagnetism#akasha#ether #432 #369 #fibonaccisequence#sacredgeometry#spin#spiral#phi#goldenratio#vortexmath#cymatics#holofractographic#floweroflife#platonicsolids#asabovesobelow#quadrivium
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Chock-full of star formation, this spiral galaxy contains the mass of around ten billion suns – while this may sound like a lot, it is over 20 times less massive than our own Milky Way.
Roughly 50 million light-years away, this galaxy seen by our Hubble Space Telescope (@NASAHubble) is receding from us at a speed of about 808 miles per second (1,300 kilometers per second). Although it appears in the sky near one of our closest galaxy neighbors, the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), this is just a trick of perspective. In reality, this galaxy is physically nowhere near the LMC in space — in fact, it truly is a loner, lacking the company of any nearby galaxies or membership of any galaxy cluster.
Despite its lack of cosmic companions, when this lonely galaxy has a telescope pointed in its direction, it puts on quite a show. It has hosted a variety of spectacular exploding stars called supernovae, four of which we have observed. This galaxy may be alone in space, but we are watching and admiring from far away.
Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA
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