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Jun 20, 2011 | 11:40 AM EDT
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This week, we dive back into the Sacred Geometry pool to talk about spirals and sequences that all life strives towards, and at the end we look at the 2nd informational unraveling of the Fruit of Life.

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http://www.floweroflife.o rg/spiral01.htm

Face on Mars riusly/cyd/city.html
http://www.bibliotecapley nd.htm

Geometry of Music
http://www.sciencedaily.c om/releases/2008/04/08041 7142454.htm
harmonic_nature/sacred_ge ometry.php
http://www.spiritofmaat.c om/archive/jan4/williams.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting but a little to much

i have watched all of your SS series and have been watching with great anticipation for each. However i believe you are trying your best and have a great deal of information you wish to inform upon, but there is a need to organize ones thoughts to allow proper representation of the facts. Therefor please keep in mind to focus on a single subject and not jump on too many subjects at once. To put plainly for this single episode there was too much info that was circumstantial theories or can be placed in the "simple coincidence" category. Please state which of some of what you say are just theories and which are facts please indicate the difference. When you are throwing out facts and slip in theories you imply that the theories are facts.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Grand Insight

I'm really glad I saw this portion of the SS series on the front page so that I could be introduced into the rest of the series. Although some of the things you share are arguable, the sum is greater than the parts. I've practiced some of your methods and watching these videos really blows my mind in the perspective of how you can POSSIBLY create such detailed and analyzed summaries of such broad topics EVERY WEEK! Really appreciative of your effort, keep it up! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I demand moar as after watching these I have learned more than in all my life in school and college


Rated 5 / 5 stars

damn you.

You taught me math, science, and religeon ON NEWGROUNDS! But very well presented. I was glued to the screen. I wanted to change it but I couldn't bring myself to do it. Well done. You kept a bored high school student entertained while teaching. Well done indeed. If I was a college professor I ould show this to my students.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy Balls...

Life on Mars?