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Lets get back into some geometry, shall we? I know last week I said we were going to do a whole bunch of short mailbag questions, but I got really inspired and somehow churned this bad-boy out instead!

This week, we take a step forward to basics and look at the Universal Geometry behind all things, an expansion episode from Lesson 6 - The Flower of Life. From here, we'll be able to dive into topics such as the four elements, and connect some other discussions that we have previously discussed before to.

Please help by sharing this video, and opening up more public discussion about Cosmic Geometry in your every day life!

The Background was made by an awesome friend Chris Masterton
The Music is Kristin Luna Ray, singing a Kirtan song called "Sangara Shiva".
Special thanks to Forest Sage, Holly, Tori, and David Beler for being amazing friends and inspirations to make this :)

Sources
The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life - Drunvalo Melchizidek
Through the Wormhole - Science Channel
The Template on VIMEO
Black Whole - Nassim Haramein

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JakBaronKingJakBaronKing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mathematics is the rules of existance.

Dreams are unstructured.

Only when a consciousness is structured can form and reality be called into existence.

Math and Emotions are the dual keys to shaping the universe!



95wave95wave

Rated 4 / 5 stars

while I agree with this "shape theory" as I'll call it, there is a fundamental mistake, you need to bring it into three dimensions, as our universe is such, then perhaps even greater understanding is possible


JordanD responds:

Ohh i definitely agree! There's PLENTY to talk about ;)


ArcananshadowArcananshadow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll freely admit that the way you see the world around you isn't for me. It just doesn't harmonize with what I've come to understand. That said, I can see you care deeply for your beliefs and put tons of effort into sharing them through these videos. Very well done. I may disagree with a number of the points you make, but that doesn't make them any less interesting to hear. Keep it up.



DellmyrDellmyr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very interesting stuff. Although I'm not usually into this kinda stuff, the use of the shapes for brainstorming is definitely interesting. I may not use it myself, but I know a few people I'll spread the word to.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I have to say that this is a really well made cartoon. It keeps reminding me of Deepak Chopra. I have never actually read much of him, but my mom is a huge fan of him. I really liked the graphics in this. At first, I was afraid you wouldn't have sources cited. While you technically didn't in the strictest sense, you did show some nice clips.

In fact, this seemed to be a different kind of cartoon altogether. My favorite part was probably learning about the spherical things at the end. I guess you can look at this more like philosophy than science or for that matter, pseudoscience. The animations are nice too. I bet poxpower hates you too.