The Cosmic Creations Collection

Cosmic Creations are illustrations I’ve made over the past few years on the trivium and the quadrivium; digital drawings dealing with mathematics, geometry, music, cosmology, natural philosophy and other esoterica. Some of my illustrations have been featured on David Wilcock’s Wisdom Teachings and have been presented at conferences such as the Electric Universe.  Nassim Haramein of The Resonance Project has featured a few cosmic creations. Frank Chester, the man who correctly claims the heart is not a pump, used a few Cosmic Creations in his newsletters. So basically, Cosmic® Creations™ are kind of a big deal… From sacred geometry to synchronistic mathematics, the universe is shown to be an intelligent design far from cosmic coincidence. This omnipresent matrix is bound to a sacred canon of number and geometry, an ancient and esoteric system of divine proportion. Unbeknownst to most -and canonized as sacred by…

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The Archimedean Solids & Their Dual Catalan Solids

The Archimedean solids and their duals the Catalan solids are less well known than the Platonic solids.  Whereas the Platonic solids are composed of one shape, these forms that Archimedes wrote about are made of at least two different shapes, all forming identical vertices.  They are 13 polyhedra of this type.  And since each solid has a ‘dual’ there are also 13 Catalan solids.  There are 26 in total.  If  our two-dimensional letters of the alpha-bet were three dimensional forms, these solids would be a great representation of our language. Share85Pin34TweetShare119 Shares

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Palindromic Squares

Palindromic Squares

A palindrome is a word, phrase, or number which reads the same backward or forward.  The squares of 10, 11, 12, and 13 fit the bill.  It breaks down after that since 15 squared is 225, and 51 squared is 2601. Why only these 4 or arguably 3 numbers? Does this give credence to the notion that base 10 is an innate numerical matrix to our reality? Did we invent the decimal system or did we observe patterns in the numbers themselves and organize them according to nature? What is it about ten that makes numbers so easily scalable and calculable? I found this gem in a book by Marty Leeds.  I added the ten squared to it.  It works of course if you put two zeros before the one on the right side.  It’s weird how this works for 10, 11, 12, and 13.…

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