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THESE IMAGES OF SACRED GEOMETRY ARE VISUAL ARTICULATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING ANCIENT AND FUTURISTIC IDEOLOGIES: FOREVER IS FOREVER.
Space/Timelessness
6 JunIn short, science is the drawing of lines, and Einstein bent the lines to form one unified circle, one packet of energy, one universal flowering, one motion moving and accelerating towards the speed of light…
~BeMused
Synchronicity: One Organic Blueprint–BeMused Visual Abstraction
20 AprTHESE IMAGES OF SACRED GEOMETRY ARE VISUAL ARTICULATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING ANCIENT AND FUTURISTIC IDEOLOGIES: FOREVER IS FOREVER.
 Tube Torus
 Seed of Life
 By ratcheting the Seed of Life one obtains the basic structure of the Tube Torus. The Tube Torus is basic in the study of Vortex forms. This first simple study of a one dimensional form leads to the understanding of multidimensional vortex forms.
 Slinky Effect
 The Spiderweb Effect
 Golden Ratio/Mean Spiral from two different calculations

 If you copy the Golden Mean Spiral several times and use the same center point, then place it in a circle, you obtain another means of viewing a vortex. This can also be done with any calculable spiral such as the Fibonacci spiral.
 Zero Point
 Harmonics of Sound

 As you contemplate this image, the beginning of the study of Character Math seems to appear. This is a one dimensional look at the polar grid which is actually 3 dimensional. The study of music and how it pertains to the Flower of Life and the polar grid, yields harmonic calculations which describe other proportional properties in Sacred Geometry. Phi Harmonics research continues at San Graal School of Sacred Geometry. There are links on the front page to other articles and downloadable music files which are pertinent to the study of The Language of Light, according to Phi and the Vibration of our Universe.

 Calculating the polar grid from a different perspective we get the harmonics of music equaling the twelfth root of two, which is the standard for tuning harmonics as we know them
 The Donut Effect
 Conical Hats
 12 Spiraling Cones Around 1 – Creation
 Flower of Life
 Sacred Geometry
 Metatron’s Cube
 Zero Point
 Rods and Cones All Seeing Eye
 The Court Jester and the Fleur de Lis (Flower of Life)
 Hermes Trismegistus: The Emerald Tablets of Thoth
 Gordian Knot: Eclipse of Time and Consciousness
Syzygy: Daily Word Exploration
19 AprSyzygy: (m.) gahasaṃyoga. (nt.) gahayuddha.
Syzygial , adjective of syzygy, describes the alignment of three or more celestial bodies in the same gravitational system along a line.In broadest terms, syzygy (pronounced /ˈsɪzɨdʒi/ ) is a kind of unity, especially through coordination or alignment, most commonly used in the astronomical and/or astrological sense. [1] Syzygy is derived from the Late Latin syzygia, “conjunction,” from the Greek σύζυγος (syzygos). In astronomy , a syzygy is the alignment of three or more celestial bodies in the same gravitational system along a straight line. The word is usually used in context with the Sun , Earth , and the Moon or a planet , where the latter is in conjunction or opposition . Solar and lunar eclipses occur at times of syzygy, as do transits and occultations . The term is also applied to each instance of new moon or full moon when Sun and Moon are in conjunction or opposition, even though they are not precisely on one line with the Earth.
 The word ‘syzygy’ is often loosely used to describe interesting configurations of planets in general. For example, one such case occurred on March 21, 1894 at around 23:00 GMT , when Mercury transited the Sun as seen from Venus , and Mercury and Venus both simultaneously transited the Sun as seen from Saturn . It is also used to describe situations when all the planets are on the same side of the Sun although they are not necessarily found along a straight line, such as on March 10, 1982.
 In Gnosticism , a syzygy is a divine activepassive, malefemale pair of aeons , complementary to one another rather than oppositional; in their totality they comprise the divine realm of the Pleroma , and in themselves characterise aspects of the Gnostic (known) God . The term is most common in Valentinianism . In some gnostic schools, the counterpart to Christ was Sophia .
 In mathematics , a syzygy is a relation between the generators of a module M. The set of all such relations is called the “first syzygy module of M”. A relation between generators of the first syzygy module is called a “second syzygy” of M, and the set of all such relations is called the “second syzygy module of M”. Continuing in this way, we get the nth syzygy module of M by taking the set of all relations between generators of the (n1)th syzygy module of M. If M is finitely generated over a polynomial ring over a field , this process terminates after a finite number of steps; i.e., eventually there will be no more syzygies (see Hilbert’s syzygy theorem ). The syzygy modules of M are not unique, for they depend on the choice of generators at each step.
 In philosophy , the Russian theologian/philosopher Vladimir Solovyov (1853–1900) used the word “syzygy” to signify “unityfriendshipcommunity,” used as either an adjective or a noun, meaning:
 a pair of connected or correlative things, or;
 a couple or pair of opposites.
 In poetry , syzygy is the combination of two metrical feet into a single unit, similar to an elision. Consonantal or phonetic syzygy is also similar to the effect of alliteration , where one consonant is used repeatedly throughout a passage, but not necessarily at the beginning of each word.
 In psychology , Carl Jung used the term “syzygy” to denote an archetypal pairing of contrasexual opposites, which symbolized the communication of the conscious and unconscious minds : the conjunction of two organisms without the loss of identity. Examples include Dieties of Life and Death or of Sun and Moon, which are frequently depicted as male and female, and having a mutually opposing and mutually dependant relationship.
 In zoology , syzygy is the association of two protozoa endtoend or laterally for the purpose of asexual exchange of genetic material, the pairing of chromosomes in meiosis.