Thursday, September 18, 2014

Misteries of the Mexican pyramids

 When Nassim Haramein was first looking for clues as to the geometry of the fabric of space-time, many years ago, he turned his attention toward the geometries in ancient culture's architecture and soon discovered the book "Mysteries of the Mexican Pyramids" by Peter Tompkins. After many years researching the Mexican pyramids Tompkins concluded that one fundamental concept that was being conveyed by the ancients through their architecture was the relationship between a sphere and a tetrahedron.

If you put a tetrahedron inside a sphere (and it perfectly fits inside), then one point of the tetrahedron will intersect the sphere at one of the poles and the other 3 points will intersect at a very specific latitude: 19.47 degrees (north or south of the equator depending on the orientation). When a sphere is bisected at 19.47 degrees, it divides the area of the sphere in an exact 1/3 to 2/3 ratio.

It was from this image on a page in this book that first led Nassim on a long trail of scientific discovery, logic and intuition to eventually develop his unified field theory that centers on the structure of space-time being full and that it is comprised of an underlying geometry that is an infinite tetrahedral array with discreet spherical waveforms called Planck spherical units (PSUs) around each tetrahedron: an infinite 3D Flower of Life lattice structure.

Nassim Haramein's most recent paper goes on to describe a geometric solution to gravity that centers on the ratio of information inside and outside of the event horizon of black holes, again having to do with the relational geometry of spheres and tetrahedrons.

You can read Nassim Haramein's latest paper, "Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass", as a .pdf download here:

Read all of Nassim Haramein's published papers: