Archangel Michael as Hindu Kali

Kali
In the New Testament archangel Michael leads God's armies against Satan's forces in the Book of Revelation, where during the war in heaven he defeats Satan. In the Vedas, there is a much older story of the goddess Kali (slayer of demons) who sets out to destroy the whole universe when Shiva (the Destroyer) lies in her way to stop her. The story of Michael seems to have its origin in the much older Rig-Veda story of Kali, which in turn is commonly taken as a metaphor for the balance between energy and matter. Read More...

Cymatics and Biology

SeaBiscuit
Ancient Vedic priests may have seen the cosmos and all life in it something like this photo - a process of harmonic tuning. Here we see a similarity between the color patterning of a square sea star and a sand-covered Chladni plate vibrated at a specific frequency. Read More...

Religion and Harmonic Theory

Evolution
It is my belief that every religion in the world descended from the astrotheological and entheogenic principles of Vedic cosmology. Furthermore, I am convinced that the Rig-Veda itself was inspired by an ancient harmonic science that connected planetary and musical resonance patterns with the study of organic geometry. It was this path of reasoning that led to the Venus Blueprint. Read More...

The Schumann Resonances

Schumann
In earlier posts, I discussed the UCLA study that found 110Hz switches on the right brain. This can be shown to be directly related to the Schumann Earth resonance. Read More...

Swastika Symbolism

Swastika
The Shwaas-tika symbol, meaning "serpent breath," was once used to mark Vedic temples on Hindu maps. It corresponded to the swirling temple or "tika" of the brain's pineal gland and crown chakra. Virtually every culture and religion in the world had some variation of this divine naga symbol, including Christianity.
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Evolution of the Human Body in Harmonic Lattice

Lattice
Stone temples built according to human proportions, which is to say the proportions of our solar system, will resonate sympathetically with the body and brain. Indeed, all living things evolve within a harmonically resonating lattice, which ancient peoples appear to have understood quite well. Read More...

The Harmonic Science of Vedic Cosmology

VedicCosmology
My interest in Venus did not begin with the study of astronomy, mythology, symbolism or temple acoustics. It began with the study of harmonics and vibratory resonance patterns, particularly as they appear in plants and animals. Read More...

The Threshold of Certainty

For the past century, mainstream science has claimed that quantum effects operate only on the quantum level and have no effect on matter at the classical level above the atomic level. However, an experiment in 2004 proved this is not so by inducing quantum uncertainty in a large C70 fullerine molecule. Read More...

The Missing Color

As the sun rises, the sky turns from indigo to violet. Rising over the horizon, colors of red, orange, gold and yellow merge with cyan and deep blues. And as the sun sets, the sky reverses through yellows, golds, reds and magenta to reach violet and indigo once again. Each of the color bands of the visible spectrum are accounted for, save for one. What is it? Read More...

Bosnian pyramids and new evidence for an ancient harmonic science

Yesterday, I sent an email to a Mr. Nenad Djurdjevic concerning his work on certain symbols he had found in the 10,000 year-old pyramids in Bosnia... Read More...

The Golden Enneagram

The Enneagram is a nine-pointed star polygon, also known as a nonagram, that is often associated with certain esoteric and mystical qualities. First introduced to the West by George Gurdjieff, a Greek-Armenian mystic and spiritual teacher, it was the symbol of universal harmony used in his Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man and what later became known as The Fourth Way school. Read More...

Nature's Hydrogen Bomb

Spring flowers are a kind of music - the music carbon-12 atoms make as they resonate into the pentagonal liquid crystal lattice of hydrogen and oxygen. Read More...

On Quantum Biology

Most consider space empty. However, quantum physics is based on the assumption that space is structured like a cubic lattice. This was discovered in the early 20th century when it was noticed that atoms having electrons intersecting all corners of a cube were the most stable. Carbon is the most stable, as it balances best in a cube... Read More...

Defining consciousness...

I think we have a problem in defining consciousness. Does consciousness require language or can it exist without internal dialogue? Is consciousness the same as self-awareness. Is it on/off or a gradient? Read More...

World's first egg cymatics

Cymatic vibration patterns have long been compared to organic geometries in plants, such as the regular patterns inside fruit, vegetables and flowers. But, here are the first cymatic experiments I have seen that use an egg container to mimic certain animal geometry. Read More...

The Lay of the Last Minstrel

I’ve written a lot about Rosslyn chapel and have found it to contain a wealth of ancient knowledge about acoustics. This post describes my latest findings on how its design maximizes resonance and sound propagation in the horizontal directions while suppressing vertical standing waves and echoes. I can only wonder how much they really knew. Read More...

The Purple Shekinah

There are some very interesting connections concerning the Shekinah pillar in Rosslyn. Please bear with me as I try to explain... Read More...

Gravity as geometric resonance

There is another way of looking at the problem of gravity. For just a minute, let's agree that gravity is a function of the geometry of space (Einstein's geodesics) and that the total amount of energy (and thus mass) trapped in the Sun's gravity bubble was distributed as plasma according to simple harmonic laws. From this we should be able to estimate the size and spacing of the planets in our solar system using only geometry - no empirical observations at all other than to scale it to the Sun's radius. Impossible you say? Read More...

Phi-heterodyning

One of the key points of Harmonic Interference Theory is the role the golden ratio 1.618033... plays in supporting the formation of standing waves and harmonics. Specifically, Phi and its inverse represent non-reflective damping proportions in a resonant frequency that enables harmonics to reflect either side of it. This post describes that process and shows how the golden ratio can be used to directly generate a sine wave. Read More...

A medieval Schumann resonance amplifier

Here is proof that music tuned to A-432 using my 81-AET temperament is uniquely synchronous with both Rosslyn chapel and the Schumann ELF frequencies (Earth resonance). Indeed, Rosslyn chapel appears to be a 9X amplifier for Schumann resonance. Read More...

StarKey as Birth of Venus

This may be too much to bear, but take a look anyway. Read More...

Temple of the Mind

Ancient temples were probably intended as a reproduction of the human cranial chamber. The StarKey geometry seems to support this and other connections to religious tradition. Read More...

Rosslyn chapel as Venus StarKey

To really grasp the magnificent musical symbolism of Rosslyn chapel, please take some time to read and absorb the following. Beginning with the harmonic theory set forth in my first book Interference, I am now 100% convinced that Rosslyn chapel was designed as a symbol for the Music of the Spheres and temple to celebrate the Venus Transit. Read More...

The Merovingian Gold in Rosslyn

My trip to Rosslyn chapel in April 2010 triggered a new flow of discovery and artistic inspiration. For background to this post, take a quick look at this and this, then read this post. Read More...

The StarKey

If you were the designer of the universe, how would you bootstrap life? Read More...

Clavicula Salomonis

I’ve been trying to figure out Solomon's most famous grimoire for a long time. As it turns out, I had solved it more than 2 years ago when I used a series of nested pentagrams to approximate the geometry of an egg. Read More...

Relationship of the Golden Mean to the Mayan 5th Sun

A surprising correspondence between the Mayan calendar and the golden mean.

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Mt. Meru, Part 2 - The real gold of Khufu

One of the things I came to understand during the writing of Interference was the association between the Fibonacci series ( 1,1,2,3,5,8, 13, etc., spiraling toward the golden ratio) and the mythology surrounding dragon-serpents. This post describes how this was symbolized in ancient Hindu mythology and connected with the planet Venus. Read More...

The Galaxy that Laid the Golden Egg

Our schools and churches do not tell us everything. They don’t tell us even the simplest things; things like the Earth-Moon system matches the geometry of a hen’s egg and that both are a containment property of the golden mean, Φ = (5 + 1) / 2. Read More...

The Annual Golden Ratio: August 13th

I have just had a very interesting insight linking the Moon and Venus related to August 13th. It may represent an additional important date relative to Rosslyn (its Venus symbolisms) and the Mayan calendar year of 2012. Read More...

How Nature counts

Imagine, if you will, a time before numbers. A time when people had not yet created symbols to represent quantity and order objects in the world. In this primordial, prehistoric world we might ask if numbers still existed, waiting to be discovered. If so, does Nature itself count and, if so, how? Read More...

Common sense proof for the existence of spirit

There is a very simple way for each of us to know without a doubt that we are more than a material being. The proof for this is in the nether realm just before we fall asleep... Read More...

Embryonic Geometry

Thought I would post a more direct illustration of the geometry of an embryo prior to it resonating into the characteristic geometry of a human body.

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The Human Nautilus

In my own quest for understanding, I continue to be drawn to the study of the human mind and how it relates to the geometry of the head and body. I have always felt that clues to consciousness must exist in every part of the body and that we have but to understand the entire body to understand consciousness.

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The Gibraltar Star

This is a follow-up to my blog post entitled 'The Twin Pillars of Hercules.'

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The Tetraktys

Here are a few words about the Tetraktys and its relationship to harmonic physics.

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The Twin PIllars of Hercules

After finishing my last article Eleven that described my experience (and apparent widespread phenomenon) of 'seeing elevens', I watched this excellent video about this same subject. Avia Venefica's comments about the symbolic meaning of the double ones of eleven and its duality are right on target, which prompted me to further connect this phenomena with the physics and mythology of harmonic resonance.

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Physics of Consciousness

I'm reading a great book right now that proposes the best theory I've ever seen to explain what consciousness is and how it works exactly. Read More...

The Swirling, Swooping, Swooshing, Swerving, Swastika letter "S"

Here is a little more on the origin and use of the universal symbol for spirals in nature, represented in ancient religions by serpents, snakes, snails, etc., etc.

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Turtles all the way down

The popular phrase 'Turtles all the way down' refers to the infinite regression theory of the cosmos, otherwise known as 'the fractal universe.' It is a modern retelling of the ancient fable that the world is borne on the back of one or more enormous animals, such as the turtle in Native American creation myth. It begs the question, 'Upon what is the turtle standing on?

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Slaying the Dragon

How many times have we heard the story of brave knights riding off to slay the fire-breathing dragon? How many mythological gods have had to battle the hydra, slay the python or behead the serpent-headed gorgon? And how many movies have depicted the same dragon slaying theme with slithering monsters or fanged aliens from another planet? Even in the Bible...

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Cymatic Symphony Video

Here is an excellent video of visual music... Read More...

The Passion of Luna

There is a very important octave relationship between the Moon and Venus that was well understood in antiquity and anthropomorphized as complentary goddesses in mythology. Read More...

The Love of Venus

Ever wonder why people put a 5-pointed star on top of their Christmas tree or why we celebrate three wise men from the east who followed the Star of Bethlehem? The answer lies in the importance of the planet Venus to pre-Christian theosophies in proving the existence of a cosmic harmony and intelligence in Nature. Read More...

Earth-Moon proportions from the Vescia Piscis

Here is a quick sketch demonstrating how the Earth-Moon system is a harmony between maximum resonance and maximum damping, then approximated in a simple equation using only Fibonacci numbers. Read More...

Harmonic Icons of Antiquity

Just returned from a one-month tour of 8 countries in the Mediterranean, visiting numerous Greek, Roman, Etruscan and Phoenician archeological sites. This entry is the beginning of several posts discussing ancient mythological symbols and their connection to harmonic philosophy and torsion physics. Read More...

Musica Universalis Model

In the book, a recursive Hilbert Space is proposed as a common geometric model for both the solar system and the human body. There was not enough space to present both together, so this post provides a high resolution diagram that clearly and simply demonstrates their shared harmonic properties. Read More...

The Medieval Symbol of Resonance

In the mid-1990s, I was involved in developing the Quest for the Holy Grail CD-ROM game with Monty Python. If you lived in Germany, you would not have known it under this name since the concept of the Holy Grail was not as well known. Instead, you will remember it as "Kokos Nuss" or "Coconuts," named after the low-budget clip-clop gag in the movie. The most challenging and memorable puzzle in the game involved the spanking of the Naughty Nuns of Castle Anthrax by Sir Galahad The Chaste. Needless to say, this was a fun game to play.

But while it was only a silly satire, it did get me thinking seriously about what the Holy Grail once signified and why it was so important in medieval Europe. This post describes my most recent theory about all that... Read More...

Correspondence of Solar Cycles to Social Cycles

There are many harmonic properties of the solar system, but perhaps the most amazing is this:

Sun radius / Mercury semi-major axis = 12 / 1000
695,000km / 57.91666Mkm = 12 / 1000

That is, the ratio of the Sun's sphere to Mercury's sphere measured from the center of the solar system is 12:1000.

In general, the Gaussian Interference function introduced in the book (which also balances at a resonance value of 12) can also be found to describe the cycle of sun spots. We are currently in a solar minimum with the fewest sunspots since at least 1913. Many of the intersection points of the sunspot cycle happen to correspond to recent events and may offer a broad predictor of future novelty events. This analysis uses the Reflective Interference function to compare the solar cycle to our social cycle, suggesting a causal link between the two. Read More...

Deducing spirituality from physicality

In a recent email exchange the subject of spirituality came up, prompting me toward this subject. I have refrained from explaining my views on this previously, whether in articles, books or this web site, in an effort to keep the subject unencumbered by a particular view point concerning my "beliefs." I should say that what I believe has been and continues to be guided mostly by an objective study of nature (not necessarily science). The deeper I dig into nature, the more it seems to me spiritual in a very rational and quantifiable way. This is my summary view... Read More...