KEY 528=Phi=CARD X of the Tarot=Disney?
Posted July 30, 2008on:
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Bud L (I like the name) , you apparently want to see swirling 666 / 999, and their reversals, right?
So do I…but I also see something more profound, something that helps explain the swirl you see.
Time for ole’ golem to take your favorite to the next level of illumination.
Far more rudimentary and esoteric and mathematically paradoxical.
I actually see phi and Phi in the signature in Disney.
Are you familiar with the glyphs that represent these two ancient transcendental numbers?
I see Phi = 1.618 as the dot on the i, in the color yellow/gold.
And the myrrh-ijuana mystic also sees phi = .618 = y at the end of Disney, in red.
And interestingly both Phi and phi have some interesting properties and are reciprocals of each other.
And the vord Disney is kinda like between these two boundaries referring to above and below?
And the symbol illiterate among ewe are bleating so vhat…!!
And I say the design Disney choose is golden…leading to golden arches…based on divine proportions, a design maintained by gravity/phi/Phi?
Ja ich denke ist so.
Do not Phi and phi help explain why gravity appears as a curvature of space, at the same time, keeping the creation in a ‘divine proportion’?…and I want to suggest I have found the archetypal formula for gravity…in these 4 numbers that I have been tracking for these past 4 years…maybe eventually linking all 4 forces with a fifth?
For now, here are the Persian 4 Royal Stars…1, 2, 5 and 8.**
I will suggest this, at this time…I feel that Card X of the Tarot = Formula for Phi and thus X = gravity.
For a quick peek at how another profound symbol was plucked from the collective unconsciousness go here:
VW logo = 5000 year old mystical Enneagram
**to be continued.
I think that is enough for now, to digest.
“A theory is more impressive the greater is the simplicity of its premise, the more different are the kinds of things it relates and the more extended its range of applicability…”