Chapter VIII: The Orgasm Of The Universe

The circle we discussed before is the most important geometrical figure in this Universe, because it is symmetrical in every way. Not just in the 2D reality. If you spin a circle around in 3D it is always symmetrical as well. It’s the highest form of geometrics. As soon as it has corners or becomes elliptic, you might have the 2D symmetry, but you can forget about the 3D symmetry.

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Chapter V: Cycling Around

Cycles are magnificent in how they create the movement and dynamic. Because you as an observer are always spinning on your circle, it keeps it all interesting — it’d be boring to sit in the centre of the circle and watch it all go by.

One night in Melbourne, I was having one of my random nights. I love random nights, especially because they aren’t random, they are often the most purposeful of all.

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Chapter III: The Universe Loves To Dance

A fantastic example to illustrate this is our night sky. Look at the stars at night and see how they all just sit there. They move slowly from one horizon to the other, but that doesn’t surprise anyone, that’s because we are rotating around the axis of the Earth. We do not notice that. We don’t feel the wind in our hair from standing on the edge of a massive blue planet spinning around 1,500 kilometres per hour.

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Chapter II: As Above, So Below

The Law Of Fractals:
A given pattern always consists of smaller patterns that each have the same structure as the parent pattern. This parent pattern is part of a subgroup with numerous identical siblings-patterns, which in turn form the same pattern again.

The great thing is that is a bidirectional relationship, so we can also use this law in the opposite direction: as below, so above. These functional iterations are all around us. They are one of the fingerprints of the Universe that we generally describe as beautiful.

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