The Four Earthly Elements

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Fire, Air, Earth, Water, These are the elements that make up our Earthly realm. The total surface angles of the first four of the (phi)ve Platonic solids, our four Elements as associated by the Ancients, equals Earth’s mean diameter in statute miles to 99.97% accuracy.  Our Moon also resonates with the Platonic solids, the cube in particular.   Even the Sun can be represented using these “platonic miles” if you will.  It’s diameter is very close to 864,000 miles, which reflects the Decad and Platonic geometries. The combination of Earth, Sun, and Moon all relating to these Platonic miles greatly increases the statistical significance of the correlation made.  It makes it a lot harder to dismiss as merely playing with numbers. The Aggregate Number of the Physical World (John Michell) Plato associated the first four of these perfect solids with the four elements, Fire, Air, Earth,…

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Esotericism and Sacred Earth-Measure

The sign above Plato’s Academy’s entrance read: “Let no one ignorant of geometry enter.” See more of my Cosmic Creations Share75PinTweetShare75 SharesSubscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 695 other subscribers Email Address Subscribe

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The Fallacious Germ Theory

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The Germ Theory is the belief that germs are the primal cause of disease.  Nutrition and exercise play a small role, but it’s really the all-pervading germ that makes you sick.  That’s why we “catch cold”, thereby expelling the responsibility outside ourselves. With this mistaken ideology we lose our innate power to heal ourselves, what Hippocrates called vis medicatrix naturae.  After all, since it was something outside of your body that made you sick.  In order to get well you must also seek help from an outside force, namely vaccines and doctors in general. Luckily we don’t live in a bizarro reality like that.  We don’t “catch disease”, we create it.  It is not a sick person’s fault for being sick, since they never learned how the human body actually operates, but ultimately the responsibility lies with the individual. Germs do not cause disease.  The precautions…

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