I suppose it’s the de facto end of the summertime, and the lovin’ may not be so easy as we head into the next part of our celestial cycle. With the eclipse aftermath and Mercury retrograde and the new moon, we’ve all been doing some heavy lifting recently. And this episode is direct reflection of that, because we’re doing some heavy lifting with my man Joe aka d8_thc. He’s the creator and one of the moderators of the /holofractal subreddit over at Reddit. Joe and I are gonna dig into the subject that inspired the creation of the subreddit, and that is the work of Nassim Haramein and the Resonance Project, which seeks to bridge the gap between science and spirituality and unify physics.
We’ll be talking the theory of the holographic universe and the differences between that and the standard model of physics. We’ll also hit on fractal geometry, the holographic theory as expressed in a story from Buddhist philosophy, the Music of the Spheres, how the human brain fits into this theory, the Bible, creation myths from the Dogon and the Egyptians, the Ark of the Covenant, crop circles, squaring the circle, and a bit of a teaser for a future episode that tackles Shakespeare’s connection to all of this.
So let’s light this mother up and cast this pod off into a space where the measurement of the internal far exceeds the measurement of the external. Enjoy.
- Nassim Haramein’s Resonance Project
- Indra’s Net
- The major differences between the standard model of physics and the holofractal model
- The Music of the Spheres
- The Dogon creation myth & the Egyptian heliopolitan creation myth describe the holofractal geometry of space
- Nassim Haramein’s Ark of the Covenant theory
- Alan Green’s BARDCODE on YouTube
- Alan Green’s website
- “House of Leaves” by Mark Z. Danielewski
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