A Time Machine in the Mojave Desert. Sonic Geometry: The Language of Frequency and Form. This might be one of the most important videos you have ever seen...
"If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe. " - Nikola Tesla Throughout history, numerous clues and hints regarding geometry and frequency have been staring at us, calling to us, and waiting for us to put them into place like pieces of a giant puzzle. Here at the dawn of a new age, this sonic-geometric puzzle is finally nearing completion, revealing the building blocks of a language based on energy, frequency and form. The Key of Hell: An Enlightenment Sorcery Manual. Cyprianus was, by all accounts, a shady character.
In her book Remedies and Rituals: Folk Medicine in Norway and the New Land, Kathleen Stokker writes that medieval Scandinavians spun tales of a Dane named Cyprianus who was so evil that Satan cast him out of hell: "This act so enraged Cyprianus that he dedicated himself to writing the nine Books of the Black Arts that underlie all subsequent Scandinavian black books.”
Bizarrely, another tradition maintained that the true Cyprianus was “a ravishingly beautiful, irrestistibly seductive, prodigiously knowledgeable, pious Mexican nun.” And yet another tradition traces the name back to St. Cyprian of Antioch, a powerful Greek wizard who was famed as a demon-summoner before converting to Christianity. Despite Cyprian’s saintly later life, medieval authors appear to have been more interested in the demon part—here's a 15th century French painting of Cyprian striking up a bargain with two devilish characters, for instance. Wellcome Images. If You Learned These Simple Tricks, You'd Never Be Bad At Math. Nowadays, math skills are on a steady decline because almost everyone has a calculator on their phone.
But there was a time when we didn't all have calculators in our pockets, when math was actually something you had to learn. See below a list of 9 simple tricks you can use to figure out complex math problems without a calculator. These tricks will definitely amaze or even shock your friends! 1. How to Multiply Large Numbers in Your Head 2. 3. 4. 5.
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'Pataphysics. Jarry in Alfortville 'Pataphysics (French: 'pataphysique) is a philosophy or media theory dedicated to studying what lies beyond the realm of metaphysics.
The concept was coined by French writer Alfred Jarry (1873–1907), who defined 'pataphysics as "the science of imaginary solutions, which symbolically attributes the properties of objects, described by their virtuality, to their lineaments". A practitioner of 'pataphysics is a pataphysician or a pataphysicist. Definitions There are over one hundred differing definitions of pataphysics. Some examples are shown below. La Dimension 4. 2. The Golden Ratio & Fibonacci Numbers: Fact versus Fiction. Golden ratio. Golden Ratio Discovered in the Quantum World.
By Rakefet TavorEpoch Times Staff Created: January 19, 2010 Last Updated: June 17, 2012 PICTURING THE GOLDEN RATIO: Scientists fired neutrons at cobalt niobate particles, finding resonant notes with the golden ratio.
(Tennant/HZB) The “golden ratio,” which is equal to approximately 1.618, can be found in various aspects of our life, including biology, architecture, and the arts. But only recently was it discovered that this special ratio is also reflected in nanoscale, thanks to researchers from the U.K.’s Oxford University, University of Bristol, and Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, and Germany’s Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin for Materials and Energy (HZB).
Their research, published in the journal Science on Jan. 8, examined chains of linked magnetic cobalt niobate (CoNb2O6) particles only one particle wide to investigate the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. Neutrons were fired at the cobalt niobate particles to detect the resonant notes. Dr. Nature by Numbers. Why Do People Love The Number Seven? TAP JOINT. How to Make Anything Signify Anything. Detail from a photograph of World War I cryptographers trained by William and Elizebeth Friedman, Aurora, Illinois, early 1918.
By facing either forward or sideways, the soldiers formed a coded phrase utilizing Francis Bacon’s biliteral cipher. The intended message was the Baconian motto “Knowledge is power,” but there were insufficient people to complete the r (and the w was compromised by one soldier looking the wrong way).Included as a pull-out poster in issue 40, Knowledge Is Powe is also available for purchase in an unfolded version suitable for framing.
To see a large version of the full photograph, go here. Decoded version is here. Courtesy George C. For much of his long and largely secret career, Colonel William F. At first glance, the photo looks like a standard-issue keepsake of the kind owned by anyone who has served in the military. The crucial point in Bacon’s system is that the a’s and b’s in the ciphered text are not represented by those actual letters. Fun.