The research of Robert Lawlor reveals that basic laws of proportion and geometry that can be found in space are also reflected in time.
Diving deeper into the geometry of cyclical time, we explore the tetractys as a depiction of ten Yugas and four ages, called the mahakalpa.
From musical notes dancing through the air, to the orbits of planets in our solar system, certain numbers hold harmonic relationships that transpose across space and time.
Delving deeper into geometry, we see our base-ten number system, as it pivots upon the number seven, played out in the Yuga cycle and celestial measures.
The mythology of ancient Egypt, as it correlates with Gnostic symbols, gives us the means to understand the harmonic connection between the physical and spiritual worlds.
Everything in our manifest reality must adhere to the law of three â€” three dimensions of space, three durations of time, and three divisions of human development.
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