Or does our DNA helix mimic the motion of the solar system?
Most of you probably know what our solar system is, but for anyone who has heard the term but doesn’t know specifically what it refers to – our solar system includes our Sun and the 8 planets which revolve around it. I only mention that because I’ve encountered a few people who believe solar system is just another term for the universe or a galaxy; so I just wanted to make the definition clear.
The above image is as it says – the standard model of our solar system. However, this view is only a 2-dimensional view. It does not account for the fact that our entire solar system is racing through space just as our planet is racing around the sun. The trajectories in this image do not illustrate 3-dimensional motion.
Flip this model on its side, and now imagine the entire solar system traveling through space from left to right (or right to left, however you want to picture it). Trace out the new trajectories of the planets in 3 dimensions, and you get this:
If the universe is indeed a fractal, then this is more evidence of it. The universe repeats itself on every scale. If you look at the atomic and subatomic world, you will also see that electrons orbit the nucleus of an atom in the same way our planets orbit the sun. Again, it’s the universe repeating itself on different scales.
How do we know, therefore, that we’re not inside some giant living organism? What if the world we experience is incredibly small to someone or something else? What if there are an INFINITE number of levels? You see, if the universe is infinite, then it’s essentially a singularity. And a singularity can be ANY SIZE, because there’s nothing else to compare its size to.
It could be 100 trillion lightyears across in size, or it could be an inch. It wouldn’t matter. I believe that’s what the universe is. I think it’s an infinite repeating fractal. What a beautiful concept.
And what’s even more beautiful is that we are all a part of it. Well, actually we are all of it, and it is all of us.
We truly are the children of God.
Why do you say mimic?
I like to think in terms of suchness, (the motion of duality collapsing on itself and the inevitably fractal way it expresses itself – each new addition influenced by the existing whole making for what would seem to be an intelligent imagination) and in this way I never get confused.
Thank you for posting this for the community.
@danfontaine, I don’t know, I just used it for lack of a better word :) But the wave-particle duality is honestly what eventually lead me to this realization. I can remember reading about it in my mid teens in a science book at Barnes & Noble. I remember being mindblown by the fact that atoms and subatomic particles seem to “know” when someone is looking. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I realized we literally create our own reality, and that the universe is dependent on consciousness, not the other way around. The universe and its laws naturally emerge from consciousness and the fact that nonexistence is not possible – something must exist, it has always existed, and always will exist, Existence is the default setting of reality. I like where your head is at and your beliefs bro. I wish I could meet more people in person with this type of thinking.
@seeker, Totally. That’s why I wish I knew what the hell happened to the ancient people who built the pyramids and all these other ancient structures around the world. They were ALL ABOUT the “as above so below” thing, and they showed it by building massive structures. How did we lose this knowledge? What happened to us? What happened to them? I dunno, just stuff I think about.
@chodebalm, holy shit this is awesome dude. Regarding pyramids, have you ever read about the Bosnian (European) Pyramids? I just read an article yesterday that you might find interesting http://www.thehealersjournal.com/2013/02/27/free-energy-from-the-pyramids-suppressed-groundbreaking-research-provides-new-insight-into-ancient-mysteries/
@chodebalm, we didn`t lose it, it`s just that it was always kept secret so that it doesn`t get lost in speculations, they thought that the average peasant will defile the sacred knowledge; the initiates had to undergo excruciating rituals symbolizing death and resurrection, only afterwards were they ready to receive the sacred wisdom.
@danfontaine, Well said. Couldn’t agree more.
@7dabs, Yes sir, I’ve read about them and a lot about how they supposedly were created for energy. The same thing is said about the Giza pyramids. Some say they were used to raise peoples’ levels of consciousness. I don’t know how much truth there is to it, but I do not rule it out as a possibility. There’s also a huge pyramid in China that the Chinese government has sanctioned off. It’s covered in grass but its bigger than Khufu’s pyramid at Giza.
What they fed the average peasants was mainstream “religion”, codified sacred teachings, meant to enslave the mind.
@chodebalm, This was posted in r/science on Reddit and it pretty much got instantly debunked by everyone. Let me try to find the link. I’m not trying to burst your bubble; I too was really happy when I saw this model, but I don’t think it’s true.
Here it is;
It’s not the original one that had over 200 replies but the information is still there though.
@seeker, Sounds about right, that was the mature way to handle it. Seems however, it turned into something much different where people began competing for monopolies on this understanding of nature.
The more money and influence that could be procured the more fragmented, incomplete and manipulative the message became.
Suddenly we were no longer protecting the information, but freely dispersing it in a mutilated form.
@chodebalm, What do you think of the idea that the pyramids were born out of the human imagination? – in a time when consciousness was in a much different state than today, there being individuals who really took off from the ground. Perhaps having the capability to spin ethereal from the universal unconscious and condense it into matter or something along those lines. ?
@seeker, Lol you just said basically the same thing while I was thinking up replies.
So what do you think the implications of the sacred wisdom are?
Why is it so coveted or protected by those who keep it, in your mind? Where does it all lead?
@danfontaine, well i think it is an amalgam of “scientific” information about a whole new dimension of reality, like the flow of bodily energies and that sort of thing and methods of working with that energy. This is speculation, i have only superficial knowledge about these things.
@shivvy, What trajectories do our planets trace out then? Honest inquiry. I’m not saying this is a 100% accurate model, but there WOULD BE traceable paths our planets take. Curious if you are able to offer an alternative answer regarding their trajectories.
@danfontaine, Not sure how I feel about it. If you had asked me 6 months ago I would have said I believe it. I try to keep an open mind about everything. Even if something sits well with my beliefs, I do try to question it. What I know for certain is that our world has physical laws and that we are bound to these physical laws just like everything else is. If there is a way to connect with a different reality or dimension then it will most certainly be through the brain (consciousness) and not through the physical plane. I don’t have all the answers obviously, but I love the concept and the idea behind what you’re talking about. But how much truth is there to it? I don’t know. Could be some, could be none, could be a little. Who knows? I love the thought though.
@chodebalm, Maybe we are a disease forming in the cells of a giant being, the universe keeps expanding because the being is a baby growing up, when he reaches adulthood we have the enough technology to colonize large parts of the universe, in the end we are the spreading cancer that kills him..