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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

waves, circles, spirals...

E=Mc2 is Einstein's famous equation.
Others have said Matter is gravitationally (energy) trapped light.
One may also picture a magnetic (mercury) wave and an electric (sulphur) wave at a right angle to that,
coiled into a vortex/spiral (which is an additional orthogonal rotation) = matter (salt).

That is, picture this:

coiling like this:

This is also time (kronos/saturn) moving through space (mercury) = matter.

You've probably seen the similarities between cones and pyramids.
A pyramid also incorporates the circle and spiral; that is, pi and phi:

Without me going into it too much, perhaps you can see the relation between waves, circles and spirals
and how they might create or destroy matter.

Some are aware of free energy (mercury) and its relation to alchemy. Also notice that alchemy is
concerned with "free light" (sulphur) as in ever-burning lights and "free matter" or materialisation (salt).

Again, we could examine the masonic compass (circle) and square (right/orthogonal angle/rotation).

Also notice the swastika which can be oriented constructively or destructively - it is made of right angles
at right angles to each other and "spinning".

After seeing the tetra-gamma (swastika), consider the tetragramatron:

Eliphas Levi Pentagram

One last item for now -
Hayt = 8 = infinity = prime matter (according to Carlo Suares) = mercury:

and scalar wave mobius coil, DNA...

Sorry this post is a hodge-podge of items, but I hope to communicate via the similarities/correspondences.

1 comment:

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