I'm a natural skeptic....
But I still find this fascinating. I can't really say that this analysis is fully formed, since you failed to explain how the elemental circles of Fire, Earth, Air, Water, Aether and Void interact (you kind of skipped over that final 7th circle in the center there) to create the elements as we currently understand them in a scientific sense.
That being said, the connections are pretty cool. I enjoyed this as an intellectual, even if I'm not truly sold on this particular Genesis/Creation theory, especially since you didn't mention the original versions of the Hebrew/Greek Bible when referencing your ideas on Genesis Chapter 1, which have very different language from that of the current NIV version.
Overall, nice presentation. You did a fine job of clearly illustrating the connections you made, and at no point was I confused or thinking, "what's he talking about?" However, you did leave out a few important bits which I have already mentioned, which keeps me from giving you a perfect score. But that's not a criticism as much as a suggestion to make another part to discuss those ideas.
The things you teach in your lessons are not only true, but mind blowing. Me and my friend have been talking about this stuff for years, then one day i came on NG and saw your video and just had to show him. Hands down best videos Ive ever seen.
I must say from the start, I do not agree with your views. But I find them fascinating, and the way you put them across is amazing, but I do not currently understand your views on spirit. How do you believe it is formed? Is it for you like a version of God (I am Christian) and how do the six elements (fire earth water air etc) affect the periodic table? But other than that, well done, you are a fantastic public speaker.
Molecules form in the shapes of the platonic solids :)
But I think your approach of the topic is misleading. Your show is interesting but from an artistic perspective.
Sure, you can can create all 3D shapes in the universe with just circles and straight lines. But everything is not made of shapes : what about entropic energy, vibration and electromagnetism ? That would be a tough challenge for your flower of life ;)
What's more, it seems you are "bruteforcing" a "revelation" when you "expand" the flower of life with an other round of circles. Very artificial when you know circles and lines can do everything.
Still, this show was entertaining (but from an artistic point of view).
Not a challenge, I'm explaining that in lesson 7 :)
I could go out and make toughs crop circles. All I would have to do is draw the shape on paper and then measure the image then multiply the dimensions and then measure and cut the crop its simple. If you have the know how and the right tools you can go do it yourself.