Source: Discerning The Mystery
It has been discussed in previous articles how the universe is provably composed of one geometric form. This form has been shown to be an extremely interesting anomaly—consisting of both the nature of the infinitesimal and the infinite.
As we have learned, this anomaly is full of potential, and even though it is essentially one form, this form can yield a virtual infinity of possible substructures and superstructures. This concept of the Mandelbrot set was groundbreaking the moment it was discovered. Ever since then, it has been making bigger and bigger waves in the various disciplines of alternative science.
The relationship between the Mandelbrot set, the sphere, the spherical torus, the golden ration, and the nested Platonic solids all combine to form the universal geometry we have come so used to seeing. As it turns out, there is a fundamental form which is said to have started this dynamic combination of universal structures and lifeforms. This is the form of the photon itself.
This article is a breakdown of the topics discussed in the Wisdom Teachings series on the subject of the photon. More specifically, it may help to prove the point that the structure of the photon has manifested numerous times in the area of physics. As we will see, scientists have made monumental discoveries on this fundamental wave/particle. This material can be rhetorically dense and complex. However, once we see the applicability of sacred geometry in the form of the photon, the explanation will seem incredibly simple.
The Macro and the Micro
The attempt to conceptualize the macrocosmic and the microcosmic as being one and the same can be a challenge for some. The unity between these worlds can seem multidimensional and significant on numerous different levels, and they are. However, if we consider the numerous manifestations of the sacred geometric forms discussed in past articles, these concepts may be more easily understood.
When we consider the universe at its farthest known reaches, we have what is commonly considered dust, or the fine particulation of the original generation of the universe. This dust is the product of the great expansion that created the universe. From the farthest reaches inward, it is very likely that we will see the exact same geometry at every level of scale down to the central, microcosmic photon which the Law of One says began the entirety.
According to the Law of One, the photon is a living being—an essential consciousness from which the entire universe fractalized. The form of this photon expanded outward into the virtual infinity of existence. This single photon has been discussed in the Wisdom Teachings series as having the shape of the Mandelbulb. That discussion was descriptive. However, the fractalization of this form has another essential structure along with the Mandelbulb.
|The Mandelbulb shows strong similarity to the close-packed spheres which form the nested Platonic solids.|
We have discussed the significance of the merkaba in past articles and how it is this form that can be seen in countless ancient, sacred artworks from around the world. We see the Buddhist and Sri Yantra mandalas, the Star of David, and ancient artworks from numerous Judeo-Christian churches. These depictions of the star tetrahedron may be the key to understanding the form of the photon. In fact, in the episode of interest, we are given significant proof that it very much is.
There are numerous ways to prove that the photon has the form of the star tetrahedron. The first is mathematics. The thought of any amount of math may seem intimidating and maybe a little boring to some, but we will keep the subject simple. (For those who like more complexity, links are provided.)
We have likely heard of the concept known as Planck’s constant. This was the discovery of Max Planck who proposed the universe could be tiled out into cubes of a certain size. However, this is the newer understanding of this constant according to the new model of physics. The more traditional side of Planck’s constant involves a unit of energy. This unit is simply understood as the following equation.
To put it simply this is an extremely small number. The way we might resolve this energetic constant to three-dimensional space is with the fact that in the quantum world, energy travels in packets. These packets travel in segmented lines, and each of the segments has a size and distance at which the packets travel. This is how we might resolve the traditional definition and the newer definition of this constant. We could liken this to planning a trip.
If we were to go on a road trip, it would not only be important to know how much gas to put into the tank, we would also need to know how big the car is so that we could fit all of our baggage. Simply put, there are numerous factors to energy and motion, and each of these must be considered, not just one or another.
So Planck’s constant involved tiling spacetime out into quantum cubes with equal height, width, and depth, giving us a standard of measurement. Another interesting aspect of this constant is that the greater the energetic input into one of these packets of energy, the bigger the packet becomes. That would be like our car actually growing in size as we filled it with gas for the road trip.
So when enough energy is put into a certain quantum wave/particle, that wave/particle we grow proportionally to the energy applied to it. With this in mind, we may consider a little experiment. What happens when we apply the photon to Planck’s constant?
One interesting constant we find is that whenever energy is pumped into a quantum particle, its size increases by 2/3s. This fraction should be familiar as this point. What object has been said to take up exactly 2/3s the volume of a cube? The merkaba. Let’s look back to our equation. The value of his understood as… h = 6.626 x 10-34 J/s where J/s is joules per second—the standard for measuring energy. We may know that 6.6666… is exactly 2/3s of ten.
|The trend of planking|
David Wilcock explains that the reason we get 6.626 in Planck’s constant is that there is a slight contraction of the merkaba as it squeezed into the area of cube. The technical term for this contraction is known as Coulomb’s Law (Coulomb’s equation), and this is a calculation which is commonly applied in the science of quantum physics. So there is this slight discrepancy, but being off by a factor of only 0.04 still paints a very….
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