SS - The Math of God

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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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Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/p ages/Spirit-Science/21023 8862349944

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

Face on Mars
http://www.dudeman.net/si riusly/cyd/city.html
http://www.bibliotecapley ades.net/esp_autor_hoagla 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.


never though i would say this but my mind


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Pretty damn interesting, but...

You really should mention that almost all of the spiritual(i.e. astral projection, afterlife, higher planes, etc. etc.) is only speculation. Though I admit lucid dreaming exists, I wouldn't say it's an OBE. Mostly because OBEs haven't been proven to exist under any reasonable scientific conditions. It's all written in books by people, and people can be faulty. They can lie and they can have overactive imaginations. While I'm not asking you should stop or discredit your own sources, I do ask you to bring attention to the fact that most of the spiritual data you are presenting is speculation and not scientifically proven facts.

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RiverJordan responds:

Science still assumes that consciousness is part of the brain though, which is only because in the 1700's, there was a social movement liberating people from religion and superstition, and we threw many things out of the door that we shouldn't have, namely consciousness. Which is definitely not a brain function. The brain is simply a tuner, like a tv. Because of that, yeah, lots of the stuff I'm talking about isn't scientifically accepted, but I feel they're topics worth discussing regardless. :)

Holy Balls...

BTW, there was a short while in which I was fooling around with graphing polar funtions of the trigonometric identities on my calculator and I happened to come up with two graph superimposed on each other that looked exactly like your blue, what was it, golden mean spiral and the red lines indicating significant points within the...spyrograph? God my memory sucks. :P Anyway, it was 3 years ago so I really can't say exactly which trig functions I put in there, nor can I say for certain whether what I saw matched up exactly with what you've just shown, but I thought I'd share anyway, just in case there was any significance...

A bit confusing

I admit, this is interesting. Atleast in terms of 'oh, thats kinda neat', but alot of it went WAY over my head. At the very least, it wasn't quite as interesting to me as the rest of your videos, and not nearly as personal.

That said, perhaps I'll come to understand it with time. Who knows?

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3.58 / 5.00

Jun 20, 2011
11:40 AM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 21, 2011