“The ratio is always the same. 
1 to 1.618 over and over and over again. 
Things most people see as chaos actually follow subtle laws of behavior; galaxies, plants, seashells. 
The patterns never lie, but only some of us can see how the pieces fit together.”
  

“The whole cosmic wheel of humanity comes down to just electromagnetic energy and connections. 
There are those among us – mostly youth – whose sole purpose is to act as ‘air traffic controllers’ for that interconnectivity.”

Symmetry is the language of the universe. It is written in mathematical language and the letters are triangles, circles and other geometrical figures. Without which it is humanly impossible to comprehend a single word. But some of us can speak it; we see the precise patterns – the tessellations. Those geometric shapes rotated and reflected, infinitely repeated. And when you speak the language, follow the logic you can predict the next step. You just have to trust in where the paths meet.

 
We are all a part of this infinite tessellation; each a single cell in a honeycomb. And though individual pieces of this puzzle may never physically touch, they all form part of that same grand mosaic. Like bricks in a wall, the whole is made stronger by each brick. Remove one and it all comes crumbling down. Though we may not realize it, the integrity of this wall is tested daily. But the wall holds. Because of everyone’s collective support.

  
“Numbers are constant. Until they’re not. 
Our inability to influence outcome is the great equalizer. Makes the world fair. 
Computers generate random numbers in an attempt to glean meaning out of probability. Endless numerical sequences, lacking any pattern. 
During cataclysmic global events… tsunami, earthquake, the attacks on 9/11… these random numbers suddenly stop being random. 
As our collective consciousness synchronizes, so do the numbers. Science can’t explain the phenomenon, but spirituality can.”

During cataclysmic global events, our collective consciousness synchronises. So do the numeric sequences created by random number generators. Science can’t explain the phenomenon, but spirituality can. It’s called synchronicity. Numbers are constant… until they’re not. In times of tragedy… times of collective joy, in these brief moments, it is only the shared emotional experience that makes the world seem less random.“
 

clouds reveal an otherwise silent, lethal and constant assault on our biosphere. The extra low frequency (ELF) radio waves that are continuously bombarding the entire planet can be seen and easily recognized in cloud formations. The threat posed to the entire web of life from these frequencies cannot be overstated. My thanks to those who put together the 6 minute video below. The footage is exceptional, compelling and shocking. The total hindrance of Earth’s life support systems can and is pushing us all over the edge. Its time to make our collective voices heard, climate engineering must be exposed and halted or we will soon enough have nothing left to salvage of our once thriving planet. D Wiginton, Geoengineering Watch
  
“The earth, as it rotates, emits a frequency – a musical note at 7.83 Hz, but this frequency alters slightly from reasons as yet uncertain. 
Some postulates solar flares as its cause or electrical disturbance in the atmosphere. 
But maybe there’s a simpler explanation. 
Maybe the sound of the planet is influenced by the 7B souls whirring around it. 
Each producing their own music, adding their own harmony. ”
“The chromatic scale consists of 12 tones arranged in time and sequence. 
These 12 simple tones create an infinite variety of music. 
Harmony and dissonance. 
Tension and resolution.
All can be described by the mathematical ratios between tones. 
If we could translate all ratios into sound, we can hear the Music of the Spheres. 
A sound as immense, as powerful as the universe itself. 
As quiet as a single stone. 
As beguiling as the human heart. 
For some, music elevates the spirit to a place of transcendent beauty. Others simply hear the beauty in the numbers themselves.”

“There are 31,530,000 seconds in a year, a thousand milliseconds in a second, a million microseconds, a billion nanoseconds. 
And the one constant connecting nanoseconds to years is change. 
The universe, from atom to galaxy, is in a perpetual state of flux. 
But we humans don’t like change; we fight it, it scares us. 
So we create the illusion of stasis. 

  
We want to believe in a world at rest, the world of right now yet our great paradox remains the same. 
The moment we grasp the now that now is gone. 
We cling to snapshots, but life is moving pictures, each nanosecond different from the last. 
Time forces us to grow, to adapt because every time we blink our eyes the world shifts beneath our feet. 
Every day, every moment, every nanosecond the world changes. 
Electrons bump into each other and react; people collide and alter each other’s paths. 
Change isn’t easy, more often it’s wrenching and difficult, but maybe that’s a good thing, because it’s change that makes us strong, keeps us resilient, and teaches us to evolve.”

  
 “We can’t help but wonder how much difference one person makes in the world. We look inside ourselves, questioning if we have the capacity for heroism and greatness. 
But the truth is every time we take an action, we make an impact. 
Every single thing we do has an effect on the people around us. 
Every choice we make sends ripples out into the world.
 Our smallest acts of kindness can cause a chain reaction of unforeseen benefits for people we’ve never met. 
We might not witness those results, but they happen all the same.
”The point when all things are possible; the moment when a choice was made or an action taken; the breath inhaled before a first step forward. 
And the most lasting chain reactions that are started by those moments. 
And actions and choices are always the ones that are started by love.”

“There are infinite ways to communicate; some better than others. 
Today, the average person will say 17,520 words to 7.4 other individuals. 
Yet change the language, one border to the next, and we are helpless. 
Stumbling to explain the simplest of concepts: I want, I am, I love.”

“From the smallest amoeba to the grandest of galaxies, we define ourselves by our borders. 
Our boundaries. 
I am me, therefore, I am not you. 
We are safe within our territory. 
But borders can be places of instability, of danger. 
Cold fronts collide with warm. 
Dynamic energy explodes. And yet… it’s at the edges, the frontiers between us, where ideas are exchanged, where knowledge is gained. 
I am me, but I must push past my borders if I’m ever to truly know you.”

“We cross borders, explore new frontiers… frontiers of the heart, frontiers of the soul, and if we’re lucky, we come home again, having learned great lessons about our shared destiny, for the purpose of our travels, both inward and outward. 
It’s not merely to see the unseen, but to bring those visions home, to share with those we love.”

“Human beings are hard wired to connect. 
We are drawn to one another by our own chemistry. 
We produce attachment hormones that create intimacy. 
We build neural bridges that bond us, brain to brain, heart to heart. 
Those bonds, once formed, are not meant to be broken.”

 

The nervous system has the largest significant part in terms of its role in controlling the functions of the entire organs in the body. If there is no nervous system, then there would not be a human being. Negative situations related to the nervous system are constantly deemed severe by the doctors.
 
“Our brains, our entire nervous systems, are designed for us to form deep, lasting bonds. 
When those connections are broken, bad things can happen.”

“In a vacuum, radio waves travel at the same speed as all forms of electromagnetic radiation.
That is, 299,792,458 m/s. But human beings do not live in a vacuum. 
Wherever we are, we’re surrounded by stimuli, both positive and negative. 
When negative stimuli is perceived, it travels from its source to its destination, the sensory cortex, at a mere 100 m/s.
But regardless of its relatively slow speed, this unpleasant sensation registers as something we call pain, and as humans, we are conditioned to do anything and everything to avoid it.”

“The power of a radio signal depends on the magnitude of its electrical field in relation to the position of the observer. 
Mathematically, this power is expressed in mV/m, but more often, the connection is simply described as strong or weak. 
For an observer in motion, the connection is always subject to change. 
If the distance becomes too great, the connection will cease entirely.”

  
“An arctic storm moving southward can suddenly crash into a tropical hurricane that’s traveling north. 
And when these collisions of weather systems occur, it causes the storm to explode.
The sum total of their destructive energy is far greater than what any of them would have been had they remained on their own, creating what meteorologists sometimes call perfect conditions for a deadly storm. 
A perfect storm.”

“In humans, a fear response happens in less than 40ms. 
Immediately, a massive shot of adrenaline makes our muscles tense up to fight. 
Our heart rate increases so we can elude predators. 
We sweat so we don’t overheat. 
Pupils dilate, so we can see in the dark. 
Despite the fact that each of us reacts to fear in the same way, neural science still has found no way to quantify fear itself. 
But sometimes, what brings us together, are those things we’re all afraid of. 
I know you’re in pain, unbearable pain.”

“Bodies at rest stay at rest, and bodies in motion stay in motion, unless acted on by an outside force.”

“Physicist will tell you that time does not exist. 
That it is a human construct used to organize experience and catalog existence so we can quantify it.. Confirm it… Remember it. 
Einstein did not believe in time! He believed in timelessness to all of time existed up once.. past.. present.. future! He did not acknowledge the concept of now! 
All moments are equally real, and equally accessible if we know how..”

  
“There are infinite ways to communicate. 
Some better than others. 
Signals, signs, patterns, mathematical in design, all around us. 
You just have to know how to see them. 
How we read this subtle cues determines the course of our lives. 
Language is considered the ultimate form of connection designed to optimize our connection to each other. 
Today, the average person would say 2,520 words to 7.4 other individuals. 
Yet change the language one border to the next and we are hopeless, stumbling to explain the simplest concepts: “I want.”, “I am.”, “I love.” 

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