The Seed of life is a foundational Mandala that is derived from a set of 7 interlocking circle of the same size. Amazingly, it’s creation also maps both the dimsions and nature of the election cloud
Orbital Structure and the Seed of Life
From the perspective of geometry, we draw this expansion from overlapping circles. Once we reach 7 interlocking circles, the Seed of Life, a symbol found throughout the ancient world, appears.
The process of drawing the Seed of Life reveals exactly how the sub-orbitals of the electron cloud are able to form. After the first circle, which represents the S-orbital, a second is added to generate a form called the Vesica Piscis. This form defines two points (nodes) from which we can create a line, the shape of a P-orbital. Adding two more circles to each node produces a form called the Trion Re. The four overlapping circles generate nodes that divide space into 4 quadrants. This creates a cross that matches the geometry of the D-orbitals. Notice, there is no outer square boundary. Finally, the triangle and hexagon come into existence from the completion of the Seed of Life Mandala, which is indicative of F-orbitals.
Viewed like this, it makes sense that the geometry of D-orbitals proceeds the appearance of F-orbitals, which gives a very different perception of the formation of space.
The process of drawing the Seed of Life reveals exactly how the sub-orbitals of the electron cloud are able to form.
The Cross and the Square
The dot, line, triangle and square are the most fundamental forms in geometry which appear to structure the electron cloud. But why do hexagonal F-orbitals appear after the cross-shaped D-orbitals?
To clarify this, we need to introduce aspects of our new concept called ‘Inverse Geometry’. This proposes the existence of a geometric form, generated by two lines that cross at 90° to each other. The ‘cross’ is distinctly different from the square. While the 90° angles of a square act as a container, the 90° angles of the cross surround a dot at the centre stretching into infinity without a boundary. When we combine the square and the cross, it divides the square into 4 quadrants. The cross is a simpler form than the triangle, being construct from two one dimensional lines at 90°. We call this 0², a concept that is extensively outlined in Universal Math. We propose that this is the reason why the cross shaped D-orbitals proceed the hexagonal shaped F-orbitals, that conform to a 2D triangle. The progression of dimensional space is therefore:
- Dot (0D)
- Line (1D)
- Cross (1D on a 2D plane)
- Triangle (smallest 2D shape)
F-orbital pairs can be created from two equally overlapping triangles, a hexagram. In symbolism, this is known as the Star of David. Similarly, the cross (e.g. Celtic) is another prominent symbols in religious and spiritual cultures.Are these symbols showing us the secrets of the very fabric of reality?
The Vesica Piscis and the Bohr Radius
The Bohr radius (a0) is a scientific constant, which defines the radius of a hydrogen atom, the distance between an electron to the nucleus. It is derived from mathematical calculation rather than actual measurement. According to this standard, the radius of Hydrogen (1) is 53pm, and Helium (2) 31pm. When we divide 53 by 31 we get a very close approximation to √3.
The ratio of √3:1 is very crucial when it comes to geometry. We find it in a prominent spiritual symbol known as the Vesica Piscis as the distance between the nodes (√3) to the circles radius (1).
Helium is the second element and the first noble gas on the periodic table. This non-reactive element produces an impenetrable boundary, upon which subsequent atoms can form. It is this nature that allows two hydrogen atoms to form a water molecule. If helium (2) was not a noble gas then oxygen (8) should bond to each other, yet such a molecule never occurs in nature.
√3 is not just found in the Vesica Piscis but also in the Seed of Life. The 7 equally overlapping circles can be encompassed in a larger circle, twice the size. The template gives rise to a hexagon within the central circle. Inside of the hexagon, we can draw a smaller circle, which will have a diameter of √3.
Based on the combination of the Vesica Piscis and Seed of Life, we can compose the image of a 4D torus. The Vesica Piscis represents the torus seen from the side, and the Seed of life represents the torus seen from above.
ote that in the image above, the central curves inside the Vesica Piscis are a ‘double’ line. Due to perspective, The one behind is obscured by the one on front. The resulting image produces a torus that is divided into six equal sections. The north and south pole are separated by a distance of √3. From a 4th dimensional perspective, the Vesica Piscis and Seed of Life define a torus that exactly maps the difference in atomic radii of hydrogen and helium.
The Vesica Piscis and Seed of Life define a 4D torus that exactly maps the difference in atomic radii of hydrogen and helium.
The Seed to the Flower maps the electron orbitals
Note that in the image above, the central curves inside the Vesica Piscis are a ‘double’ line. Due to perspective, The one behind is obscured by the one on front. The resulting image produces a torus that is divided into six equal sections. The north and south pole are separated by a distance of √3. From a 4th dimensional perspective, the Vesica Piscis and Seed of Life define a torus that exactly maps the difference in atomic radii of hydrogen and helium.
The Fruit of Life maps the Final electron orbitals
What does this tell us about the Atom?
The 2 dimensional blueprint of the atom is perfectly expressed in the geometric nature of the seed, flower, and fruit of life. The implication is that this simple compass construction can map all of the orbital shapes, and even expresses them in the correct order.
Atomic Geometry: a fresh perspective.
Atomic geometry is applicable to the electron cloud that surrounds the hydrogen atom, from which the scientific data of the S, P D and F orbitals have been collated. It offers a clear view of the fractal nature of space. The same structures can also be seen to organise other physical phenomena too, such as the planets of our solar system. This in turn lends us to a new geometric model of the universe that begins to solve some of the most perplexing problems facing traditional atomic modles.
YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
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I have seen that the fruit of life also maps the dodecahedron. Why is that missing from the shapes you have covered?
By drawing Metatron’s Cube we can produce the dodecahedron, however you will notice that it is ‘projected’ by the icosahedron. In more advanced knowledge we cover the rhombic-dodecahedron, which although not appearing as a specific orbital shape, is formed around a compound of a cube and octahedron. More information can be found on our post on geo-quantum mechanics.
I have drawn Metatron cube many times, but I have never seen the Rhombic-Cubocthedron depicted. How did you arrive at that?
In fact there are many other geometries contained within the seed/flower/fruit of life. We have only covered the few that are most relevant to the structure of the electron cloud.
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