The first key to taking the wheel to the next dimension is the six hexagrams, and the triangles they contain.

We will always count the numbers on a triangle clockwise in order to label them. Think of this as the experience of time in one direction. It is helpful, however to think of a backwards stream of information through time. Thus we have 3-6-9; 6-3-9; 1-1-1; 8-8-8; 1-4-7; 5-2-8; 1-7-4; 2-5-8.

The next key I discovered is the application of the Buckminster Fuller Vector Flexor "jitterbug". This is a beautiful geometric dance which Bucky believed was a model for the Universe. It is significant I think, because it shows the crucial transformation from cubic/octahedral symmetry to dodecahedral/icosahedral symmetry. Take a look at these animations to get an idea of how this works.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HefLC3PW8XQ&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfViCWntbDQ&feature=related

Now how does this apply to the Rodin Fibonacci Wheel? Watch closely.

Our starting point will always be the cubeoctahedron, which is known in physics as vector equilibrium.

This will correspond to the first two triangles, 3-6-9 and 6-3-9. This also corresponds to a noble gas in Walter Russel's system (diagram in my post Template for Universal Mathematics): asexuality, maximum inertia, maximum stablitiy, maximum complexity/softness of crystallization.

The cubeoctahedron then can tilt to the right or left, where it becomes an icosahedron at a tilt of 15 degrees. This is the same tilt angle as the four askew triangles, 1-4-7; 5-2-8; 7-4-1 and 2-5-8!!! When the icosahedron is closing into the octahedron, it is male, and when it opens back into the cubeoctahedron it is female.

At the maximum point of the wave, the figure collapses to an octahedron. This corresponds with carbon: bisexuality, maximum compression, maximum resistance, simplicity and hardness of crystallization, and the appearance, due to motion, of the stability of form.

Now compare this with the eight trigrams around a circle which form the basis of the I Ching.

The four trigrams at the top/bottom/left/right are in positions of relative balance, at the zero points and peaks of the wave, whereas the four trigrams at diagonals are in the transitional phase. Because the left side of the circle is a mirrored inverse of the right side, we can unite the opposing hexagrams for a deeper understanding of this system. The noble gas is both Creative AND Receptive, it contains both the memories of every action, and the imagination which will create the future. The dense matter of maximum potential at the peak of the wave is Radiant AND Dark. That is, hot and cold, light and dark, dense motion at the center and tenuous space surrounding it are in maximum opposition. We can simplify and bring these two together into a kind of magic square/circle.

3-6-9 triangle becomes 3 according to multiples of 3; likewise 6-3-9 becomes 6. 1-1-1 becomes 1, 8-8-8 becomes 8. 1-4-7 becomes 4 because it is powers of 4, and 7-4-1 is powers of 7. 2-5-8 and 5-2-8 are abbreviations of halving and doubling cycles, or 5 and 2, respectively.

Now imagine that you can not only change direction from clockwise or counter-clockwise, but that, at any stage of the cycle, you can choose a new center triangle to start from. This gives us a model of the 4-dimensional 24-cell, which can nest all five platonic solids. Look at this view where the octahedron goes from a plane, to fully formed, back to a plane again.

To view it as a 3-d hologram, cross your eyes and try to bring the two images into resolution together, a lot like a Magic Eye. I recommend printing the image if you are doing this a lot, as staring at a computer screen with your eyes crossed will give you a headache. From this page on Hyperspace. http://home.comcast.net/~eswab/hyprspac.html

Furthermore, it unfolds the pattern to 64 total permutations, just like the I Ching. If this can be shown to be a workable system, it would throw a completely new spin (literally) on the I Ching; there are various states of motion described by the different hexagrams. From this perspective, we could use Nassim Haramein's 64 tetrahedron vector-matrix grid ( http://www.theresonanceproject.org/graphics.html ) as a starting point. I am trying to find someone who could model this matrix going through the Vector Flexor Jitterbug Dance.

More to come, feedback is encouraged/appreciated. Peace to All.

the collapse path of the jitterbug-phyaics of superconductivity (dna or gold filament) is to the icos dodec- animated equation

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which is my new equation for hydrogen

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(and gravity

Thanks Dan, it is so nice for me to get feedback from you. I got turned on to your work a few months ago by a Dan Hope I met in a coffee shop in Cleveland who said he was a friend of yours.

ReplyDeleteYes, so superconductivity is when an element oscillates back and forth through the entire cycle of elements. Ruggero Santilli claims that any element can be made superconductive, even at room temperatures. This makes sense if each element is just a different state of motion within this cycle.

The next step is to unify this with Walter Russell's periodic table and with the modern day schizophrenic models of particle physics. Garrett Lisi's E8 is maybe the key...

Thanks for this briljant post. I have already found out a lot of things you found out but I did not see the connection to the 24-cell.You made my day!

ReplyDeleteWonder if there is anything to the 24 cycle in the fibonacci sequence in decimal parity. Can any sequence have 24 cycles just like the fibonacci or is the fibonacci special because it is the only one that can achieve it? hmm

Delete24+24+24=72

And with its complementary

72+72=144

Apparently, this number was important to Nassim's work on his idea of the crystal.

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I do have one question:

I didn't understand from Nassim's video of why the Tetrahedron is so central. I remember him mentioning that it was optimum volume (meaning highest density?)

and something about equilibrium.

Can you explain this to me?