A Unified Theory
When we consider the vastness of space and the minute fluctuations of electrons buzzing around the atomic nucleus, we might think of these phenomena as being worlds apart. In fact the physics of today uses different sets of rules to qualify the vastness of our universal knowledge.
The laws of quantum physics seem to defy logic, and have still remained inconsolable with the concept of gravity perceived at the macro scales of the universe. This disparity has led to an awkward conundrum termed ‘quantum gravity’. As both the laws of quantum physics and the law of gravity perfectly describe micro and macro spheres of reality. And yet, they are distinct from each other, and what is more, they are incompatible.
The conclusion is that either Einstein was wrong or quantum physics is wrong, or that there is some else that is missing that would unify these two fields. What if that thing were geometry?
Through the construction of our Atomic model, we have identified the same spatial relationships with the planets of our solar system and even the classification of galaxies.
Johannes Keplar looked to create a model of our solar system using nested platonic solids. Whilst such geometric ideas we discredited by science, his Law of planetary motion are still milestones in our understanding of the universe.
The reason why his work with geometry failed to gain scientific acclaim was due to the fact that the planets have elliptical orbits. However, when we consider the mean orbits of a planet, we find that geometric forms can define the spacing of certain planets. For example, the relationship between Earth and Jupiter can be defined by a nested 6-pointed star.
In 3D space, this translates as a cube and octahedron dual set. Furthermore, this is reflected within our model of atomic geometry as a set of P and D-orbitals.
Within the atomic orbital types, two orbitals exhibit a torus field with a central column of energy. We represent these with an Icosahedron and a Rhombi-Cuboctahedron.
These two forms are unique within the set of Platonic and Archimedean solids, as they are the only forms that contain a prismal midsection. The Icosahedron contains a pentagonal prism with triangular sides, whereas the Rhombicuboctahedron has an octagonal prism with square sides. Each contains a geometric constant.
The Pentagon exhibits the Phi ratio, and the Octagon exhibits the Silver Ratio. We suggest these two ratios are the cause for the spiral forms of regular galaxies. From a single centered, phi ratio galaxy, to a binary silver ratio galaxy, we suggest that all other galactic classification falls between these two parameters.
For more information see our theory on Universal Geometry.
The Incompressible Aether?
The Planck length defines a scale at the smallest scale of reality. From here, physics postulates the existence of a quantum foam. Formed of tiny virtual particles that pop in and out of reality, this background energy is believed to be the source of atomic energy.
Such theories shed new light on the concept of an aetheric field that would allow light to travel through the vacuum. This medium was first postulated in the 1800’s. Yet, deeper investigation into the nature of electromagnetism began to require that such a substance be fluid and yet incompressible.
From the perspective of 3D space the aether seemed to be an impossibility. However, when considered from the perception of 4D we find that there are solids that fulfil the criteria. For example, a 4D Hypercube. This form is often represented in 3D as a Cube within a Cube. When the form is rotated the Cubes swap places.
The cube is a solid form, able to fill space uniformly, thus satisfying the quality of incompressibility. Additionally as the form can exist in two distinct states, it satisfies the quality of being a fluid. For more information on this subject read our article on 4D Aether Theory.
Within the structure of the atom there are 3 sets of D-orbitals, represented as a set of nested Cubes. In the central Cube we find a very strange anomaly. Just as half the cube completes, the atom is no longer stable. Element 43 is the first radioactive element on the Periodic Table. When viewed from the perspective of a Hypercube, we can envision that this split is due to the nature of 4D space. Coupled with our new theory that solves the quantisation of electrons into discrete shells, this revelation reveals a fascinating fact: The D-orbitals of an atom are a set that forms a 4D or 5D hypercube.
If this is the case, then the idea that an ‘incompressible Aether’ is formed of a similar shape is a logical progression. Particularly when we are able to detect the same structures in our solar system and galaxies.
The conclusion is that we are living in a fractal universe, and it is this idea which begins to resolve the quantum gravity conundrum. A fractal is a self similar pattern enacted at different scales. We see evidence of this quality throughout nature. The Golden spiral, based on the phi ratio, is not only found in galaxies, but also throughout the formations in nature: from weather patterns to the winding of rivers towards the sea. However, we also find these patterns in organic life and even our own bodies. This suggests that a geometric mechanism is at play, even in the space that our physical bodies occupy.
The manifestation of 3D matter from an infinite 4D background energy, is moped through various geometric forms, from atoms to molecules, that are organised in a specific fashion. This produces the physical forms we experience in everyday life. As we turn our attention towards the sky, we see the same patterns continue, up to the largest scales of galaxy clusters, that form an octahedral structure. This is termed the egg-box universe, and has left many astrophysicists in a state of perplexion. However, through the lens of geometry, such discoveries are clearly explained.
Atomic Geometry suggests that octahedral space is the basis for all noble gasses, with the exception of helium. A noble gas marks a significant point in the atomic structure, as these gases are completely non reactive. More importantly, as additional electrons are added to these octahedral atoms, they can be easily dislocated from the atom, to create bonds with other molecules. However, any electron that is contained within the octahedral structure cannot be dislocated from the atom. The octahedral structure produces an impenetrable boundary that is a universal container of energy, just as the universe itself forms an octahedral structure that contains a certain volume of energy.
Through atomic geometry we can reconcile many more discoveries made by science, through reasonable assessment of data. Moreover, Atomic geometry addresses the spiritual community. Within the techniques of New Age meditation, we find a growing trend for geometric thinking. The Merkaba is one prominent example whereby certain geometric forms are visualised surrounding the body.
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This concept is developed from the age old idea of the human aura. This field surrounds each observer, and has been suggested to be an extension of the physical body. In certain Magickal Teachings, such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, this was termed the Sphere of Sensation.
We observe the universe at a particular scale, which in turn is defined by the size of our being. This is defined by the total number of atoms in our body, each of which contain a certain amount of energy (light). Viewed like this, the term enlightenment expounds a deeper meaning. To draw light into your body, and radiate it back out into the environment (aura).
By accessing the nature of space as presented by Atomic Geometry, we are able to make an intuitive leap that suggests we are embedded in the same geometric structure. We may not perceive the structure of space directly, but the things that are embedded within it. Just as we cannot see the outside of a cube, only its walls when we are inside of it.
Such thoughts are analogous to Plato’s Cave, whereby the observers are watching shadows projected onto a wall, and believe it is reality.
In Ancient Greece as well in esoteric teachings, the Cube or Cubic Dimension refers to the ‘Dimension of Earth’. This may be the reality we experience – a 3D geometric construct., which makes sense as we utilise right angled triangles, the laws of Pythagorean Theory.
What is interesting is the fact that the Cube is the only one of the 5 Platonic Solids which is a ‘space-filling polyhedra’. This means, it could project a seamless 3D matrix.
The field of the afterlife is beyond the reach of mainstream science since Descartes, who established the modern scientific method. Until that point, the idea of God was assumed to be true. In fact, science was developed to prove the existence of a divine plan.
In time, our measuring technologies have increased drastically and reality can be defined more and more precisely. This has produced a wealth of data. However, by restricting our methodology to the observation of single particles, we have lost sight of the overarching picture. It is a fact that observation of the material world accounts for less than 0.001%, more than 99.99 is space, what many would call the world of metaphysics.
Coming from this metaphysical viewpoint with the lens of geometry, we have reinterpreted existing data to construct our theory of Atomic Geometry. What we found was mind-blowing, as it seems to apply to all scales of the universe.
It is geometry that defines space itself.
Some things are difficult to prove. Especially when it comes to things that exist outside of our 3D reality. The Concepts of dimensions found in string theory are compiled through intensive study of particles as that are destroyed in particle accelerators. But from the perspective of geometry, these premises are derived from one dimensional vectors. In fact, quantum mechanics is a world of particle interactions that are represented by vectors. Gravity is qualified through the complex mathematics of tensor fields that employ an unlimited number of these vectors to model gravitational fields.
The mathematics of integrals can be used in a similar way, and is employed to map the electromagnetic interactions, and charge density. These reveal a bending of time space, or a north and south pole of a magnet, or the electromagnetic field of the earth, which is the shape of a torus. Yet, the idea that we should abandon a vector based science in favour of a geometric model has never been proposed.
The scope of atomic geometry is far greater in scale than the structure of the atom. It also reveals that the same structure can be found at various scales of the universe. In fact from cellular division, to the atmosphere of the earth, torus fields are a key 4D form that acts as a starting point for further exploration of multidimensional space. With this simple form we are able to solve quantisation of reality at the quantum scale and resolve the formations of galaxies and solar systems at the macro scale. This ability to move from the micro to the macro makes atomic geometry a powerful learning tool for all kinds of universal phenomena.