Pi in the Solar System

Jupiter Saturn Uranus Pi

There are an awfully lot of ‘coincidences’ in our solar system to say that it is all just a product of time and chance. Materialist and reductionist theories and their slew of primordial soup doesn’t quite suffice when one ponders the magnificence of all life. Pi is the relationship between a circle’s circumference to its diameter.  It comes out to 3.14159..   Why wouldn’t the creator or the architect of the universe make it a little easier on us and just made it 3, or 4?  Why does it have to be a transcendental number that goes on and on?  The fact…

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Quicksilver and Gaia

Mercury Earth geometry

Delivering a swift blow to the accidental and nihilistic paradigm of existence, synchronistic correlations in the cosmos break the already crumbling model of mainstream cosmogony.  The physical sizes of Earth and Mercury (Gaia and Quicksilver) are in proportion to their mean orbits. Just another ‘coincidence’ to add to the akashic records of synchronicity… or reflective of an intelligent, creative, and loving cosmogonic principle, where we are not the result of some ‘big bang’ that sprang from nothing, for no particular reason, at no point in time (since it ostensibly created time) “ Where plants have five-fold patterns, a consideration of…

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Antikythera Mechanism

Referred to as the first known analog computer, the Antikythera Mechanism was discovered over a hundred years ago off the coast of Greece.   The mechanism is a device for calculating the motions of stars and planets.  Its true significance wasn’t realized until the early 70’s, when it was x-rayed and analyzed. The Greek astronomer Meton of Athens (fifth century BC) observed that a period of 19 years is almost exactly equal to 235 synodic months and, rounded to full days, counts 6,940 days. The difference between the two periods is only a few hours.  When we reduce these numbers to…

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Synergistic Mathemagics in the Solar System

We are more than coincidence

The way we measure space and time is based on a synergistic and mathemagical canon of number that’s intrinsic to our solar system as well as the proportions of man.  As above so below. It just so happens that the Moon’s diameter is almost exactly 2160 miles (99.99+%), the same amount of degrees on the surface of a cube.  Earth’s circumference at the equator is almost exactly 21,600 nautical miles. (99.9+%) The Earth and Moon ‘square the circle‘ Square the Circle: The Moon is the perfect size to solve the riddle. It’s huge in fact, larger than any other in proportion to its planet. Some…

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