Bojan Gorjanc on April 23rd, 2009
Hyperspace

Hyperspace

In his three-volume series of the Convergence material, David Wilcock sets forth the idea that we live in an eight-dimensional, octave-based universe. The majority of current physicists all agree that there must be several dimensions higher than our own – but they believe there to be ten dimensions, not eight. Wilcock exposes the flaws in this thinking, describing how the mathematical basis of all of this modern “hyperspace” theory was based off of the work of Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, who openly admitted to receiving all of his information from a spiritual source.

Even despite this apparently fatal flaw in his credentials by today’s standards, Ramanujan was widely heralded as a genius in his own time, because his work fundamentally changed the entire scope and definition of Western mathematics. He himself could not explain how he knew what he knew, except to say that “the Goddess Namakkal would tell him in dreams.”

Ramanujan’s equations, called “modular functions,” provided the bedrock for all physicists to follow when mathematically investigating and defining the higher dimensions. In many, many different and synchronistic ways, Ramanujan’s functions always referred us back to the number eight as the key organizing force behind the structure of dimensions in this universe. However, modern physicists feel that the energies making up the dimensions are “not symmetrical” in Ramanujan’s octave-based system, and they therefore arbitrarily add two extra dimensions to fill in what they believe to be a void of symmetry in order to make everything mathematically fit together. This is how they get the ten dimensions that are always being discussed in modern physics literature concerning hyperspace, such as Michio Kaku‘s book Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension.

Now, we have the exact reasons behind why our modern physicists have declared the octave system to lack “symmetry”: their calculations are always working off of the bastardized, eviscerated “Maxwell Equations” that are now being used, which had over 200 of its fundamental parts removed to arrive at its four basic expressions! In other words, Ramanujan’s octave of dimensions doesn’t fit in with modern physics, because our scientists are working off of incorrect assumptions about the nature of electromagnetic and other forms of energy and the way that they travel.

James Clerk Maxwell was the 19th century mathematician who originally derived the fundamentals behind the equations now used by all branches of science to describe electromagnetic forces. These equations are the mathematical designs that allow us to accurately design and engineer electronic components and devices among many, many other things, by giving us a basic understanding of how electromagnetism “works.” To all mainstream scientists, these fundamentals are known as the “Maxwell equations,” but their current form is heavily edited and reduced from what Maxwell originally had come up with.

The little-known fact is that in the course of studying electromagnetism, which current scientists believe to be one of four basic forces in the Universe, Maxwell had discovered an entirely new system of algebra that is internally consistent. And why does that matter? Because algebra is what we use to define everything that we know about reality. An entirely different system of mathematics means an entirely different system of reality. This new algebraic system works entirely off of “quaternions,” which essentially are groupings of four real numbers that all mathematically interrelate with each other.

Later researchers such as Sir Edmund Whittaker determined that the four different numbers that make up a quaternion actually represent four different dimensions. And thus, each quaternion can then be considered as a single unified number of its own, describing a specific point in the fourth dimension. By discovering that an interconnecting mathematical algebra existed between these quaternions, Maxwell essentially defined the true coordinate points of fourth-dimensional spacetime. The term “spacetime” refers to the understandings that we have gained from Albert Einstein, which reveal that space and time are inextricably woven into each other as one unified, curving, geometric “fabric.”

Unfortunately, Maxwell’s mathematical proofs of the hyperdimensional geometry are not a part of ordinary contemporary science because later mathematicians, such as Oliver Heaviside, believed that the idea of these geometries was “metaphysical mumbo-jumbo” and removed all of their concepts from Maxwell’s original equations. What at one point was an interlaced fourth-dimensional mathematical system of over 200 quaternions was reduced to a drastically incomplete system that only used four expressions. This was done for the sake of simplicity for making calculations involving electromagnetic energy forces, but in the process it robbed all of our sciences of the true understandings of the inherently geometric workings of conscious energy as it expresses itself in various forms.

Seeing the dimensions as organized into an octave gives us a perfect theory of vibration that unifies our seen and unseen universe into a single, utterly simple whole – a “theory of marble”, as the physicists would call it, that is streamlined and elegant. It is vibration that connects all of these concepts together. We know that sound pitches or tones are nothing but vibrations of air molecules, and that colors are nothing but vibrations of photons of light. Similarly, the Platonic solids are another form of expressing vibration – in this case, the vibrations of the energy waves that rotate and spiral outwards from a commonly shared center. These geometries are literally crystallized music.

There are seven basic tones in the Diatonic major scale, or do, re, mi, fa, sol, la and ti, before returning to “do” again to complete the Octave. There are seven basic colors in the light spectrum, being red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet, before it returns to the Octave again and moves out of visible range. In Convergence Wilcock discusses the findings in the book The Physics of Love by Dale Pond, regarding the fact that these ratios between the sound and light vibrations are fundamentally identical. Light is simply a higher order of vibrations than sound, but the precise mathematical relationships between each color vibration in the spectrum and each sound vibration in the regular Diatonic major scale are in perfect, exacting harmony. And this is not an accident, but merely a statement of the fundamental unity of Vibration.

We must also know that all five of the Platonic solids precisely form into the spherical arrangement, and that they represent simple vibrations. Physicist Buckminster Fuller demonstrated this principle by submerging a spherical balloon in colored dye and then vibrating the balloon at set harmonic periods. The only place that the dye could take hold would be the “null zones” where the vibrations canceled each other out. By conducting the experiment in such a manner, Fuller would indeed see these perfect, harmonically spaced nodes forming over the balloon, and faint lines connecting them together. When Fuller increased the vibrational frequency of the balloon, the original nodes and lines would dissolve and a higher-order Platonic geometry would then form on the balloon.

The earliest Hindu writings in the religious texts known as the Vedas provide us with a design that also incorporates our geometric vibrations together into this octave formation. In the Hindu cosmology, we have a unique and very explainable positioning of the sphere and all five Platonic solids into the octave. The position of each solid would represent the hidden geometry of that dimensional level, just as Maxwell discovered – and indeed, the Hindu geometry for the fourth dimension is exactly the same as Maxwell’s. In the Hindu system, the sphere and icosahedron are both seen twice, and that is how we get an octave of eight positions from six basic shapes – the five Platonic Solids and the one sphere.

The material presented in Convergence shows the massive importance of simple harmonic numbers in this ancient unification of light, sound and geometry into a full hyperdimensional cosmology. These numbers, which are revealed when measuring the vibrational speeds of air molecules per second that produce audible sound frequencies, will ultimately provide the key connecting link between the hyperdimensional Octave of light, sound and geometry, and the many different measurable cycles of time that can be seen within our Solar System and galaxy. These cycles include the wobbling of the Earth’s axis, the planetary orbits, the Solar System’s passage through the galaxy relative to its center, and the recently discovered long-term cycles of sunspots. By seeing the mathematical harmony of these cycles, and how those same cycle numbers fit into the Octave of dimensions, we can indeed unveil the celestial, hyperdimensional mechanisms that are in place.

(Source: Convergence Research Update: The Proof Continues to Increase)

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,