quantum geometry


Roger Penrose: Quasicrystals. Spacetime.

Quasicrystal patterns: The discovery of these types of patterns changes fundamentaly the science of crystalography, by showing an infinite number of atom structures.

Representation of singularity and black holes: There are cases when this diagram helps in the visual representation of black holes or showing possible coordinates of wormholes


[HD] These 38 Minutes Will Blow Your Mind! (Quantum + Fractal Science)

Maybe these different fields of science that are on the brink of discovery are showing us something not so different from each other.

The Universe is connected. This discovery can bridge the separation between light and sound, which exists as one in the higher dimensions. Take these lessons and apply them to your every day life. You can guide your way through the multiverse, and everything in your life will fall into place.

The Universe is Fractal; it is infinite. Everything within it, including yourself, is also infinite. Quantum Physics is the study of this grand concept itself. I highly recommend any other quantum physicist to research the field theory, with Fractal Geometry in mind.


Hologram of a single photon

The spatial structure of single photons is becoming an extensively explored resource to facilitate free-space quantum communication and quantum computation as well as for benchmarking the limits of quantum entanglement generation.

Radosław Chrapkiewicz, Michał Jachura, Konrad Banaszek & Wojciech Wasilewski

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When you find the emotion of it, you have found the vibration of it” ~
Abraham Hicks

Just as my shadow on the right side of this picture is a 2D projection of my 3-dimensional self, emergence theory states that our 3D world is a shadow of a larger four dimensional reality. This evolving pattern of pixelated projection continues up to eleven dimensions, like the eleven (ten + da'at) sephirot. Scientists have yet to confirm if pizza is still good in every dimension though so

anonymous asked:

What you're studying all sounds pretty interesting! I want to ask about all of them but I guess I'll ask about sacred geometry for now. I tried to get into it in the past but all I remember is watching YouTube videos on like crop fields lol 🤔 So I guess you can talk about anything on this topic! 😀 Thanks for being open about these subjects! 😊


Let’s start with a definition: Sacred Geometry consists of multiple universal symbols and shapes that have popped up around the globe, literally everywhere, throughout the ages, unrelated to any organized religious institution or single source.

They’re, to be blunt, incredibly powerful shapes that are said to hold the key to the creation of the universe - sounds heavy, I know, but it really isn’t!! If you’ve ever heard of/studied Pythagoras, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man (and many more works of course), alchemy and the elements, the Golden Ratio, the Fibonacci sequence, Nikola Tesla, Plato, etc…you’ve broken the surface of Sacred Geometrical research! ***Be sure to click the names, I’ve provided links :-)

Here are just a few examples of one sacred geometric symbol that’s snuck its way back into our collective consciousness in recent years, The Flower of Life:

And that’s just a FEW! There’s an overwhelming abundance of information, so I suggest beginning with researching the Five Platonic Solids - I’ve added a link to a dense but super informative page on these!!! 

The Five Platonic Solids are as follows:

Overall, these shapes can be used to heal, create, unify, transform, and assist us all in understanding ourselves, our world, the mysteries of energy or “chi”, and the crazy mathematical/vibrational information that makes up our reality - in short, quantum physics.

Also!!! Studying Sacred Geometry is truly a transformative experience, and these geometric shapes are extraordinarily helpful as tools to be used alongside meditation/visualization. Since these sacred shapes are organically three-dimensional, many in the metaphysical community recommend visualizing these images as physically three-dimensional and imagining yourself quite literally stepping into whatever shape you’ve visualized! This is a very powerful way to assist in the relaxation and opening of your mind - when you get this right, it feels like stimming tbh, that warm and fuzzy feeling in the back of your mind that you can’t quite place. Click here to read about this!

To finish this off, here’s a video that explains the basics of Sacred Geometry from one of my favorite Youtube channels, Spirit Science! Check out more of their videos, if you’re interested.

I really hope you read up on some of this stuff (there is….A LOT) and take the time to try some of these meditation techniques and continue studying up on sacred geometry! THANK YOU FOR ASKING!!!!!!


Structure of the #UnifiedField — The #VectorEquilibrium and Isotropic Vector #Matrix. The most fundamental aspect of the VE to understand is that, being a geometry of absolute equilibrium wherein all fluctuation (and therefore differential) ceases, it is conceptually the geometry of what we call the zero-point or Unified Field — also called the “vacuum” of space. In order for anything to become manifest in the universe, both physically (energy) and metaphysically (consciousness), it requires a fluctuation in the Unified Field, the result of which fluctuation and differential manifests as the #Quantum and #Spacetime fields that are observable and measurable. Prior to this fluctuation, though, the Unified Field exists as pure potential, and according to contemporary theory in #physics it contains an infinite amount of energy (and in cosmometry, as well as spiritual philosophies, an infinite creative potential of #consciousness). Being a #geometry of equal vectors and equal 60° angles, it is possible to extend this equilibrium array infinitely outward from the center point of the VE, producing what is called the Isotropic #VectorMatrix (IVM). Isotropic means “all the same”, Vector means “line of energy”, and Matrix means “a pattern of lines of energy”. It is this full isotropic vector matrix that can be seen as the infinitely-present-at-all-scales-and-in-perfect-equilibrium geometry of the zero-point Unified Field. Every point in this matrix is a potential center point of a VE around which a condition of dynamic fluctuation may arise to manifest. And as has been stated and is seen in this image, this VE geometry is inherent in this matrix (the green lines comprise the VE): In fact, the VE itself can be seen to consist of a symmetrical array of eight tetrahedons with their bases representing the triangular faces of the VE, and all pointing towards the VE’s center point. (The square faces are the bases of half-octahedron, like the form of the pyramids in Egypt. #4biddenknowledge video clip from #ThriveMovie click the link in my bio to watch Thrive.

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“The pre-Socratic philosophers spoke of physis in two ways: 1) the basic substance of existence, out of which everything else in the world is made (also known as the arche, the first principle), or, 2) a unifier, a pattern, an ordering system via which all things in the world are united. Heraclitus used the term “Logos” for the divine pattern that guides and unifies all of nature. Therefore, to understand the world we must understand Logos. Anaxagoras said that Nous (“ mind”) is the rational force within nature, guiding and ordering the cosmos. Nous and Logos are similar concepts and can easily blend into each other.

It’s only by understanding the Logos that we can make sense of our experiences and arrive at knowledge of the true nature of the world […] Logos is ontological mathematics, as indeed it was originally for Pythagoras.

Aristotle called the pre-Socratic philosophers the phusikoi because they were so obsessed with identifying the physis. This is the origin of the modern word “physicist”. Yet these original physicists were as much metaphysical as physical, hence radically different from today’s physicists. The search for the arche often reflected the doctrine of “Material Monism” – the concept that all objects in the world are variations on a single physical substance, that Nature has a single material building block. For Thales, the physis (arche) was water. For Anaximines, the physis was aer (air), a thick mist or breath. However, non-material conceptions were also possible. For Anaximander, the physis was apeiron (the infinite, the unbounded, the eternal and indefinite substance, without any properties of its own). For Pythagoras, the physis was numbers, and for Heraclitus it was fire (or mathematical energy, as we would now say).

Parmenides generated a philosophical crisis when he argued that true reality bore no resemblance to our sensory experience. He insisted that reason revealed that everything that existed was one, continuous, eternal, unchanging, unmoving sphere with no qualities or characteristics. This was the “Parmenidean Real.” The Eleatics, including Zeno and Milessus, were the philosophers who endorsed this position. They were the first outright metaphysicians and rationalists, considering pure, abstract reason (as opposed to observation and experience) as the sole criterion of, and route to, truth. Their position 100% contradicted the empiricist view of reality.”

“The Mathmos”
- Mike Hockney