Friday, January 4, 2013

Interference Theory And The Venus Blueprint

In 2013, one in 20 people will be born under the 13th zodiacal constellation of Ophiuchus, the serpent handler. The association between serpents and the number 13 present in the resonance cycles of the Moon and Venus is no coincidence. As discussed before, the sacred Mount Meru of the Rig-Veda was described by Pingala as a cadence of numbers that extends into the sky. This cadence is what we call the Fibonacci series {1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,...} whose adjacent proportions converge to the golden ratio like this:

1/1 = 1
2/1 = 2
3/2 = 1.5
5/3 = 1.666...
8/5 = 1.6
13/8 = 1.625
21/13 = 1.61538
Golden Ratio = 1.618033...

When this series is plotted out, it takes the shape of a spiral or vortex. This was symbolized in ancient times as a serpent wrapped around the axis of the sacred mountain. In the body, it was considered the Kundalini serpent energy (chi or prana) that coiled through the body and out the crown. Symbolized as the Rod of Ascepius, Staff of Hermes or Caduceus, this spiraling energy was identified with the 13th constellation of Ophiuchus. Ophiuchus thus represents the Fibonacci series and golden ratio that formed the transcendental mountain of the gods. In this series, the ratios either side of 13, namely 1.625 and 1.615, represent an increasingly damped region in a resonating medium, such as a vibrating string or even a solar system. This damping region actually supports the formation of standing waves and harmonics by suppressing non-whole number frequencies. In this way this serpent-like vortex kills chaotic wave reflection and promotes order, coherence and harmony in nature. Thus, the number 13 represented by the serpent handler Ophiuchus is not unlucky or evil at all. On the contrary, it symbolizes order from chaos and is the harbinger of life in the cosmos. This understanding may be why the location of Ophiuchus was considered the constellation of "Sitting Gods" in very ancient times.

We can only hope that 2013 will be a year 
where Ophiuchus once again 
guides the world toward balance.
 The Venus Blueprint: 
Uncovering the Ancient Science 
of Sacred Spaces 
The Venus Blueprint presents evidence 
that the orbital resonance pattern of Venus 
was used as a “temple template” 
to design psychoacoustical chambers 
capable of focusing and controlling 
entheogenic communion.

The book begins with the author’s personal discovery of a Vedic religious symbol known as Mount Meru etched into the underground Sacristy of enigmatic Rosslyn chapel in Scotland. This one symbol leads to a cascade of revelations suggesting this Roman Catholic collegiate chapel was actually designed to celebrate a much older Vedic cosmology known today as The Birth of Venus. A step-by-step analysis explains how the Blueprint fractal was used to design the chapel’s acoustics, placement of architectural symbols and overall floor plan. More significantly, the same pattern is shown to match the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Temple of Jerusalem, the Greek Parthenon, Roman Pantheon and St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, among others. Supported by an impressive array of historical research and scientific analysis, the Venus Blueprint geometry is then used to unlock the original purpose of these temples. Used for its psychoacoustical resonant properties, it had the power to enhance entheogenic ritual and help induce religious visions. As the ancient “temple template” for a global Vedic empire, the Blueprint was once the key to enlightenment, liberating the gods within. It is our best evidence yet that an ancient harmonic science did exist and was the inspiration behind the Vedas and many other religions. The audience for this book includes anyone interested in ancient history, sacred geometry, entheogenic plants, epistemology of religion, mysterious symbolisms of Rosslyn chapel, provenance of the Rig-Veda and motivation behind pyramid/temple building.

Interference Theory 

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