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Fractal Field Physics for Beginners-with Tufan Guven
Definition and history of fractality and golden mean ratio with a lot of visuals.
How is golden ratio measured? How to make golden ratio rectangles and spirals?
Importance of golden ratio in fractal fields.
What is a bioactive field?
How do you measure the life force?
Symmetry differences in distribution vs isolation of charge fields.
Qualities of the universal energy (charge).
Physics of waves and forces.
Physics of phase conjugation.
Significance of platonic solids in compressional fields.
Please feel free to invite your friends who are interested in discovering the fundamentals of the Universe. In this presentation we will be presenting the very basics of fractal field science with a lot of visuals and fun.
Tufan Guven: Background in hedge fund management and finance. Currently a biophoton therapist (Biontologist), investigative writer, organizer, researcher of the occult and esoteric.
Check out Tufan's kool work on Fractal Field Science (use Chrome to translate?): https://tufanguven.wordpress.com/2016/09/12/kendine-benzerlik-ve-fraktalite/
Tufan Guven wrote:"Hello Dan. This magazine is being published by the oldest spiritual institution in Turkey. The name of the magazine is "Spirit and Matter". I have mentioned about you while writing about the piezoelectric nature of DNA and longitudinal waves in an article in this months print. Love. Tufan"
Starchitecture : Alphabet of the Ark
with Grayham Forscutt :Cosmo-Geneticist, Starchitect and sub-Planck Phase Space Explorer. - see www.unifiedfractalfield.com -While golden ratio quasicrystal structures are known as the best Space Station architecture, fractality reveals they offer optimal plasma membranes for plasma based life forms (angels - ascended collectives - Ophanim - Sphere + Guardian Alliance).
Yet knowing this intuitively didnât satisfy me-i sought to prove it via the information provided in negentropic physics.
Golden quasicrystals are built up from phi ratio tetrahedral (voxels) building blocks.--Providing a âquantizable fractal waveform languageâ, or golden harmonic braiding index.---Modelling that directly accounts for a number of recursive structures operating in multiple quasicrystalline spin networks.
Golden Ratio recursive structures include :-
1: a âgeometric pine cone torusâ, nesting inside the Triacontahedron
2: a unique volumetric phi spiral vector
3: a series of phi ratio scaled helical longitudinal waves
4: clusters of structures related to centre by phi recursion
Golden ratio compression fractality, modelled by phi scaled golden structures gives us a better handle on :-
a: thoughtform based plasma construction
b: enhances our ability to navigate through the Planck scale to the sub-Planck superluminal scale
c: provides the shape of the electrodynamic wave that propels âD.N.A.â as âvolumetric-informationâ superluminally.
d: shows how D.N.A. is restored at the destination via perfect mirror reflection symmetry/memory - meaning the destination object will be the same as the original.
John Dee and Shakespeare-with author JAMES EGAN- Quick bio and intro -For thirty-five years I was a professional photographer in Providence, Rhode Island. Living in rural town of Foster, I became fascinated by the stonework in the woods near my house. To learn more about these stone chambers, stone walls, and cairn fields, I joined the New England Antiquities Research Association, a group of amateur historians who study lithic structures across the whole Northeast. One of the most unusual structures we studied was the 28-foot-tall stone-and-mortar tower that stands in Touro Park, in the heart of Newport, Rhode Island.
Over the years, there have been many theories about who built it: the Vikings in 1150, the Templars in 1398, the Chinese in 1421, the Portuguese in 1501, and the main theory is that it was a windmill built by the first Governor of Rhode Island in the 1660s. But none of these theories rang true for me. In the early 1990s, fellow NEARA member William Penhallow, Professor of Astronomy and Physics at the University of Rhode Island, found several astronomical alignments in the windows of the tower. One pair of windows is aligned with the sun at sunrise on the winter solstice. Another pair is aligned with the full moon at Lunar Minor, an event that happens once every 18.6 years. And another pair is aligned with the bright star Dubhe, in the bowl of the Big Dipper, which points to the North Star, Polaris.
Dee River of 1583
One day I was browsing the stacks of the local historical society and came across a 1956 book entitled Newport Begins. I was quite surprised to see that author Lloyd Robson wrote that, in 1583, Narragansett Bay was called the âJohn Dee River and Port.âIn 1934, William Goodwin of Connecticut had journeyed to London and found a 1583 deed in the Elizabethan State Papers stating the bay was âcalled by John Dee, the Dee River.â In 1970, historian David Beers Quinn, in England and the Discovery of America confirms the âDee Riverâ refers to Narragansett Bay.
Digging further, I found that Narragansett Bay was the site of the first Elizabethan colonization effort in the year 1583. John Dee had written eight books convincing Queen Elizabeth she had a legal right to North America, and she had deeded it to one of he bravest courtiers, Sir Humphrey Gilbert. On the summer solstice of 1583, Gilbert left England with five ships and 260 men, destined for the Dee River. Unfortunately, on the voyage they hit a hurricane. Gilbertâs ship got swallowed by a huge wave and he drowned. So he couldnât have built the Tower. However, Quinn found that a year earlier, in 1582, Gilbert had sent a preliminary expedition that stayed in the New World for at least nine months.
I claim this mission, with two ships and about 80 men, under the leadership of Anthony Brigham, built the tower to be the city-center of this first colony. But they abandoned it when Sir Humphrey Gilbert failed to show up. John Dee was not only the architect entire colonization effort, I claim he was also the architect of the tower. (Incidentally, a year later, the Queen deeded all of North America to Sir Humphrey Gilbertâs younger half-brother, Sir Walter Raleigh. But Raleigh decided to send his three missions, in 1584, 1585, and 1587, to Roanoke Island in what is now North Carolina, where there was a longer season for growing tobacco.)
Dee and 252
Besides having a library of 4000 books and manuscripts, John Dee was the author of over 40 texts. Reading his âPrefaceâ to the first English translation of Euclidâs Elements provides insights into Deeâs interdisciplinary mind. He astutely describes over twenty âArts and Sciences,â like âPerspective, Astronomy, Music, and Astrology,â which he calls âDerivative Arts.â He says they derive from the two âPrincipal Arts: Geometry and Arithmetic.â Dee claims âNumberâ has one foot in the natural world and one in the supernatural world.
Deeâs 1558 Propadeumata Aphoristica consists of 120 âPreparatory Aphorismsâ on astronomy, astrology and his mathematical cosmology. 2520 days, or âseven yearsâ later, Dee published his most cherished work, his 1564 Monas Hieroglyphica, or âSacred Symbol of Oneness.â Over the years, several translations have been made, but they all sounded rather confounding. So I decided to make my own. With the help of a Latin translator, I went through Deeâs 24 Theorems, which are essentially a series of riddles cryptically expressing his mathematical cosmology. Some historians see Deeâs work as an alchemy book, with some mathematics thrown in. But I came to see it as a book of mathematics, written in alchemical language.
Dee uses his âMonas Symbol,â made from points, lines, and circles, as a sort of visual-rhetorical-device. He turns it upside-down and breaks apart in various ways. In one theorem, he gives a precise geometric description, warning that if the parts are not in the exact proportions he prescribes, the whole symbol loses its power. At the end, next to his summarizing âThus the World Was Createdâ chart, is a flow chart in which he says there are âFixed Limitsâ in the realm of number. And he boils the whole thing down to one number, the âMagisterial Number: 252.â
Dee and Bucky
Googling around, I found that Buckminster Fuller extolled the virtues of 252 in his compendium of wisdom, Synergetics. I soon realized that what Bucky had discovered about geometry and number in the 1900s, was the same thing that John Dee had discovered about geometry and number in the 1500s. And furthermore, the Monas Symbol was the hidden blueprint for what I call the John Dee Tower 1583, that still stands in Touro Park, Newport. In short, Deeâs book, his Monas Symbol, and his tower are all versions of the same thing: his mathematical cosmology.
Over the last decade, I have written 20 books on the Towerâs history and have become the curator of the Newport Tower Museum at 152 Mill Street, just 50 steps northeast of the Tower. Plunging even deeper into Elizabethan history, I reread The Tempest and recognized parallels between Shakespeareâs play and the Elizabethan colonization effort of 1583. Even encyclopedia articles will tell you John Dee was the most likely inspiration for the main character, Prospero. My thesis that is that each of the characters in The Tempest represents an actual person involved in the Elizabethan Colonization effort of 1583. (Which ended abruptly when Sir Humphrey Gilbert drowned. In a tempest.)
Something for everyone In short, this is an interdisciplinary story that involves astronomy, architecture, geometry, arithmetic, optics, and horology, the art of keeping time. As a Renaissance man, John Dee was fascinated by all these subjects. And he discovered they all embodied the same principle: coincidentia oppositorum, or the union of opposites. Though most of my work involves the pre-1583 John Dee, itâs certain to provide many clues to those interested in the more spiritual, post-1583 John Dee. He might have changed his focus from academic to angelic, but he was still the same man â the perspicacious John Dee.