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Vector Equilibrium


I have been making physical and cyber models of some of the basic Synergetic Principles in anticipation of using them in an upcoming seminar. I have decided to post them here as I complete and animate them. I’ll give a brief description of what we are looking at with some possibilities.

This model is a 3 frequency Vector Equilibrium [FULL ANIMATION] and is the root of much of synergetics. We are not showing the vectors here, only the spheres, and, for demonstration purposes, they are half the unit radius. As the object rotates about the Y axis we can see many variations in alignment and symmetry. I suspect this is typical of many of the “particles” we are dealing with. As it rotates it may appear very differently depending on one’s POV. This also contributes to the Heisenberg Principle in that it is virtually impossible to locate the exact center in the midst of the spin. Remember we are talking about trying to lock an unknown, unseen object in space and time as layers of other “particles” whiz around it. Like trying to see where the end of a fan blade is.

The 3 frequency is significant as it represents the upper limit of unique sphere nestings. The outer layer of 92 gives us the number of unique, regenerative elements. The total number of spheres is 238, the atomic number of Uranium, the heaviest of the elements. We’ll go into this in another post.

Spherical derivation of VE


I’ve been working with vector based structures for a while and ran across this model of the closest packed spheres which comprise a 2-frequency Vector Equilibrium. Remember the frequency is the number of spaces between the spheres in an edge, not the number of spheres.


I would like the viewer to remember that the vector based model below (a 1-frequency VE) is based on this spherical packing, the vectors connecting the centers of the spheres. This represents an “at-rest” or “zero-point” which is only passed through for an instant of the cycle of frequency which, we now know, pervades everything. Let’s call this a model of the Higgs Boson.

The 4 dimensions of Syneretics are represented by the pairs of triangular openings in the VE

Crossing the Event Horizon

This is the video I have been endeavoring to make but, I can fill in many of the gaps and clarify a few of his assumptions. He has done great work, especially with the mathematical/physics technical issues but, it feels like he spends a lot of time describing how he “figured out” all of this. Of course, he may not have read Synergetics but, every point he makes was described in much more detail by Fuller in 1974. Simplification is the key. I think that we all have to espouse our ideas and see how they all fit. After all, we are all looking at the same thing.

It’s just good to see physicists starting to understand how nature, science and spiritual “mysteries” can be resolved. This is just the beginning. The Glass Bead Game starts here!

Stay tuned.

Dimensions

One of the things we must grapple with in the work is the following: What is a dimension? When we refer to 3-dimensional space what are we talking about, exactly?
Most of us learned that 3-dimensional space was described by the 3 dimensions we have arbitrarily named the X, Y and Z coordinates. 3 axes at 90° to each other, a rectilinear, all-space filling geometry based on the square and cube. This is what we cal Cartesian Coordinates. This idea is so firmly implanted that many people, even mathematicians, can have a lot of difficulty imagining anything different. All of our computer systems, building systems and mathematical methods are based on the concept of 3 dimensions. So, first of all I would like to show you a model of an alternative system of dimensions.

60 Degree Coordinate Model

The image at the right shows us a representation of a 4-dimensional space with the red, green, yellow and blue lines giving us a new way to look at the space we perceive around us. Now, just as with the cubic 3 dimensional system, we are showing a minimum central unit (the tetrahedron) with the 4 dimensions represented as lines passing through the midpoint of each edge of that unit. This is rather arbitrary but corresponds well with the representation we usually use for the Cartesian coordinates. For now, just consider that this system of Synergetic Coordinates is a possibility.