Since the beginning of human existence, we have been fascinated with Sacred Geometry. Archaeological finds have revealed the use of geometrical patterns in caves or on stone etchings, on man made objects and in ancient texts. The same patterns mysteriously appear in crop circles. Why are we consciously and unconsciously drawn to these symbols? Perhaps it is because deep in our being, we intuitively know that Sacred Geometry is the foundation of the universe. By understanding the science behind it, we can attain glimpses into the nature of our own creation.
To begin, there are five fundamental areas to consider:
Albert Einstein gained world recognition for his remarkable breakthroughs in physics, especially for his famous theory of relativity - understanding space-time and gravity. His work changed the direction of science forever, and became one of the two primary pillars of modern physics. But Einstein was never satisfied with the fact that his theories drilled down to a point of uncertainty or randomness. He spent the last thirty years of his life searching for a way to solve it, by finding a single theory that unified everything. He believed there is a natural order to the universe, but passed away before he was able to prove it.
While Einstein was working on his theory of relativity, Max Planck was busy originating the second pillar of modern physics - quantum theory. This refers to the study of objects at the microscopic or subatomic level. Planck incited a movement among quantum physicists to discover the fundamental building blocks of the material universe. The premise was, that by gaining insights into the smallest particles in existence, the essential workings of the universe would be revealed. The trouble with this pursuit was that each time the smallest particle was deemed to be discovered, it was not the last. Some physicists that say the universe can be divided into infinitesimally smaller particles.
In their quest to ascertain the tiniest piece of matter in existence, quantum physicists came to the conclusion that what we experience as solid objects, from chemical elements to single-cell organisms to the giant blob of hydrogen gas 11.5 billion light-years away are not really solid at all.
In fact, everything material, including our bodies is only .00001 matter. It means that the other 99.9999 percent of us is actually space.
Think about it this way:
Continuing to break down the components of the atom further, we find more space. The nucleus is made up of protons and neutrons, floating in an open field. As quantum physicists discover smaller particles, they learn that the volume of space is consistently greater than the volume of matter.
The one thing that is common to every known object in the universe, is the space between the particles. But space does not have boundaries causing it to begin and end. There is only one space, and within it a minuscule percentage of particles. Could this be the unifying theory sought by Albert Einstein and Max Planck?
Black holes were once thought to be matter-sucking monsters that had the power to devour even massive star formations. It was believed that they were at the termination point of a dying star. New equations written by Nassim Haramein and Elizabeth Rauscher have shown that these cosmic objects actually produce more matter (protons) than they absorb.
The new science says that the black hole was always present at the center of the star, and actually controlled its formation. After the supernova explosion, it comes into view because the plasma material that once hid the black hole dissipates. Black holes spin 80 percent faster than the speed of light and therefore, by sheer centrifugal force they tend to throw particles outward rather than absorbing them.
Haramein has taken Einstein's knowledge of gravity and Planck's understanding of subatomic particles to the next level. His model supports a unifying theory and reveals the underlying Sacred Geometry fundamental to creation. It is all related to black holes and space. The following are notable highlights from his discoveries:
The point of zero volume is described as the "singularity", or the unified theory that ties everything in the universe together. In this model, anything material is attached to a black hole. Since, as quantum physicists have discovered, space is infinite and omnipresent, the singularity effect of a black hole means that all black holes are connected. In a sense, there is only one black hole and one space from which all material objects are created. (It also means that all time occurs at once and distance is non-existent.)
These theories override the previous models supporting the "Big Bang" theory and random creation. The new theories predict a highly ordered universe. But where does Sacred Geometry come into play? In his search for answers, Haramein came to the realization that in the process of creation, something had to be present that controlled it in a coherent manner, while allowing it to manifest on any scale. It dawned on him that the 64-star tetrahedron was the solution:
According to Haramein, the simultaneous inward and outward pointing solves both sides of the event horizon - inward folding and outward expansion. The 64-star tetrahedron is the architectural blueprint at the core of creation. Symbolically, it represents our "oneness" with all things - the unified theory.
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