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3, 6, 9 - The Key to the Universe.
Nikola Tesla is often called one of the history’s most important inventors, one whose discoveries in the field of electricity were way ahead of his time and continue to influence technology today. Nikola Tesla was born in 1856 in a town called Smiljan, today Croatia. Despite his accomplishments, however, Tesla died pennilessly and without the accolades that would he would ultimately earn over a century later. His obsession with numbers 3, 6 and 9 is well known. But why these numbers?
These numbers present a mystery, of an unexplained pattern in the Universe. It is alleged the great Nikola Tesla did everything in threes. Nikola Tesla had calculated nodal points around the planet, and they were linked to the numbers three, six and nine. He understood a fundamental fact, unknown to many, which is the universal language of mathematics; a science discovered by man, not invented by him.
One really important system that nature seems to obey is “The Powers of 2 Binary System” in which the pattern start from one and continues by doubling the numbers. Cells and embryos develop following this sacred pattern: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256…Some call these patterns The Blueprint of God. Math, by this analogy, would be God’s Thumbprint. In vortex math (the science of torus anatomy) there is a pattern that repeats itself: 1, 2, 4, 8, 7, and 5, and so on 1, 2, 4, 8, 7, 5, 1, 2, 4, 8, 7, 5, 1, 2, 4… Here, numbers 3,6 and 9 do not exist and, this is due to the fact that these numbers represent a vector from the third to the fourth dimension, which is called the “flow field”. This field is a higher dimensional energy, which has an influence on the energy circuit of the other six numbers. This is the secret key to free energy, which Tesla investigated until the last days of his life.
There is something strange once you start doubling them. 3 doubled is 6; 6 doubled is 12 which would result in 3; in this pattern there is no mention of 9. It’s like 9 is beyond, completely free from both patterns. But if you start doubling 9 it will always result in 9: 18, 36, 72, 144, 288, 576… Let’s say there are 2 opposites, call them light and dark if you want to. One side is 1, 2, and 4; the other side is 8, 7 and 5; just like electricity, everything in the Universe is a stream between these 2 polar sides, like a swinging pendulum: 1, 2, 4, 8, 7, 5, 1, 2… However, these 2 sides are governed by 3 and 6; 3 governs 1, 2, and 4 while 6 governs 8, 7, and 5; and if you look the pattern closely it gets even more mindboggling: 1 and 2 equals 3; 2 and 4 equals 6; 4 and 8 equals 3; 8 and 7 equals 6; 7 and 5 equals 3; 5 and 1 equals 6; 1 and 2 equals 3…< The same pattern on a higher scale is actually 3, 6, 3, 6, 3, 6… >
But even these two sides, 3 and 6 are governed by 9 which shows something spectacular. Looking closely at the pattern of 3 and 6 you realize that 3 and 6 equals 9, 6 and 3 equals 9, all the numbers together equal 9, both ways excluding and including 3 and 6! So 9 means unity of the both sides. 9 is the Universe itself. The vibration, the energy and the frequency.
“If you knew the magnificence of the three, six and nine, you would have a Key to the Universe.” - Nikola Tesla
Astronomical observations: The Moon (detail, 1711) Donato Creti
Moon Phases Meanings.
The Moon is one of our most prominent and ancient symbols. It has shaped how we understand and track time, its movement controls the tides, and its rise into the sky signals the coming of night. It has a marked association with femininity and fertility - for female menstrual cycles are roughly the same amount of time as a lunar phase. All of these roles have cemented its relationship to us, and we see this in the way that the Moon has made its way into our myths and culture.The lunar cycle is made up of several distinct phases, all of which have associations with different states of being. These states mirror a kind of spiritual path or quest - which like our search for ourselves, never ends. When we observe the Moon, we see reflections of the grand pattern of life that is birth, death and rebirth.
The task, Remedios Varo
The Angel Michael Binding Satan
by William Blake
Plans of megalithic Bronze Age graves. By Bebbe Caturegli and Giovanella Formica in Terrazzo, issue 9, 1993.
[Originally posted Apr 13, 2013 - URBANTUMBLR Vol. 2 reblog]
Edward Gorey and his Gothic poems/illustrations
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Louis Moe (1857–1945), Troldkirken (Troll church), 1925
Mirth, 1816, William Blake
The Old Woman: What are you afraid of? A wide black hole! Perhaps it is a void? (plate 19), 1896, Odilon Redon
Medium: lithography on paper
Johann Koler, Eve After Falling Into Sin (1883)
Ivan Marchuk
Full Moon
Hieronymus Bosch, Detail of Ascent of the Blessed, ca. 1500-1504
The angel of death kicks back after accomplishing the end of the world. William Hogarth. Tailpiece, or The Bathos. 1764. Engraving, detail.
Way cool
Moonlit Dreams, Gabriel Joseph Marie Augustin Ferrier
The Fall
Austin Osman Spare
The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1500, Hieronymus Bosch
Size: 220x195 cm
Medium: oil, panel
Mike Schultz - Luna, 2009.
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