## Cosmic Proportions

The physical sizes of Earth and Moon are encoded into the proportions and measurements we commonly use in our daily lives.  From Renaissance artists to 21st century school teachers, we all use these cosmic proportions.  Very few are cognizant of their underlying meaning. If our Moon sat directly tangent to Earth, these are the proportions that arise.  The circumference of the circle is equal to the perimeter of the square to 99.97% accuracy according to NASA’s own data. The Great Pyramid’s dimensions can be broken down to 7 high, and 11 across.  The perimeter of the base equals the circumference of a circle whose radius is equal to the height of the pyramid. The Moon and Earth can be summed up amazingly well using the numbers 3 and 11.  Maybe that punk rock band understood these sacred geometrical concepts and hid it in their name.

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## The Platonic and Pythagorean Solids

The Platonic solids are 3-dimensional forms that nature uses to build herself.  The mental construct of reality seen in the form of geometry.     There are only five of them, naturally, since it is this (phi)veness that generates life as we know it. The Platonic, Pythagorean, or Perfect Solids: Let’s imagine you are on the inside of a sphere and are asked to make a bunch of different three-dimensional forms using only straight lines that all touch the surface of the sphere.  You could make all kinds, an infinite amount actually.  But if every line had to be of equal length, and all the shapes made had to be the same, you could only make 5 different ‘perfect solids’. These have been coined the ‘Platonic solids’, for his namesake, Plato.  Before his time they called them the Pythagorean solids because Pythagoras taught them in his mystery…

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## Mathemagical Synchronicities in our Measure of Space and Time

Our units of measurement of space and time encode a synergistic system, a sacred canon of number beyond that of which we commonly associate today.  Miles, furlongs, minutes, seconds, degrees, these units synchronize with a cosmic order creating a divine system in our holofractographic reality. These are the mathemagical synchronicities in our measure of time and space.  One ft is not one foot because it is the size of a King’s shoe back in the day.  One foot is one ft because it aligns with the cosmos as well of that of man.  As the popular hermetic axiom succinctly phrases it, As above so below.  The ancient philosopher Protagoras put it another way;  “Man is the measure of all things.” “In ancient Greece the advanced students of the philosopher Pythagoras who were engaged in deep studies of natural science and self-understanding were called “mathematekoi”…

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