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Authority Figure wrote:Who cares who said it?
I would listen to this if a homeless man with wine on his breath slurred it to me.
Flannel Jesus wrote:He takes interesting knowledge and makes it kinda shitty, in my experience. The whole Flower of Life thing, and its relationship to the Platonic Solids -- REALLY INTERESTING STUFF!!! -- but he tries to tie it in with some retarded thing about a spirit flying around in circles. Nah, that's not really gonna fly. The flower of life would be the flower of life without some spirit flying around in circles. He doesn't explain where he got that idea from, and he doesn't really explain why its relevant. I have a really sensitive nose, and I smell bullshit.
Also, he did a really bad job of explaining the golden ratio. That kinda pissed me off, cuz I fucking love that number. He didn't do it justice.
But still, he did introduce me to some concepts that I wasn't aware of before, so even though he almost succeeded at burying the good concepts under his bullshit, there was still some good stuff seeping through.
"The sun is real. Giant disks are real." That's not a proof that a spirit flies in circles to create the universe. I mean, there's absolutely no logical connection between those two things.
Pezer wrote:Why isn't it hard to believe?
Daybreak wrote:Not sure I know how to answer that, Pezer. Same way it's not hard to believe physicists when they talk about parallel universes, how it's not hard to believe the philosophical implications suggested by quantum theory, or how it's not hard to believe time slows down as you approach the speed of light? As a metaphysical, borderline-supernatural hypothesis, I'm just saying I can see it.
Authority Figure wrote:There is something undeniable about the science presented here.
Mowk wrote:Forgive me if my response appears insensitive. I should have recognized your genuine interest. To ask if you were being sarcastic appears inappropriate as I read it.
quetzalcoatl wrote:Perhaps then plants do work [on the primary level] by the Fibonacci sequence...
Authority Figure wrote:It's flawless mathematics. I sincerely hope someone tries to disprove the geometry and math, as opposed to focusing on the Thoth, and ostensibly easy targets.
quetzalcoatl wrote:...so nature isnt the cause.
What that could mean is at least that nature doesn’t have to follow mathematical rules and patterns
Ok so if the math is ok on a worldly level, could it be right on a level prior to that?
idk about that, i mean, even if sacred geometry is the cause, it might be just accurate to say sacred geometry IS nature.
sacred geometry is explicitly all about mathematical rules and patterns. geometry is a form of math, after all.
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