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Blueprints of the cosmos

Blueprints of the cosmos



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The relationship between the unified field & the collective unconscious. How sound and cymatics suggest a morphogenetic blueprint for the material world. Relates to complexity/chaos theory, stigmergy & archetypes.

The relationship between the unified field & the collective unconscious. How sound and cymatics suggest a morphogenetic blueprint for the material world. Relates to complexity/chaos theory, stigmergy & archetypes.

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Published by: Christine on Sep 01, 2008
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Copyright Christine Sterne.(2007-8) Blueprints of the Cosmos,
Peering through the cosmic sphere - illustration from
'L'atmosphere: meteorologie populaire' 
,Paris 1888, by Camille Flammarion.
The causal relationship between cymatic pattern and Hindu-Yantra exposes the essential pattern underlying the universe. Phenomena that confirm this blueprint are convergent evolution
(swarm-intelligence), chaos/complexity theory
, exaptation
, gestalt
 and perhaps even sympathetic magic
. The unified-field and collective unconscious
are the same; science explains the metaphysical. AncientYantra-Mandalas catalogue the morphology of the unified-field.Cross-referencing quantum theory, biologist Rupert Sheldrake, Carl Jung and media-analyst MarshallMcLuhan reveals this new Gestalt. Symbols are the keys to understanding reality. Systems Theory is animportant new paradigm.
"...the knowledge of pattern is the beginning of every practical wisdom." 
[Sean Kane, 1998]
Darwin’s theory of evolution is incomplete; evolution by random mutation is a slow and precarious process. Theleafy Sea dragon evolved into a seaweed shape for protective camouflage, to look a bit like seaweed might increaseconspicuousness and be dangerous.Leafy Sea dragon (Phycodurus eques). Seaweed.
With kind permission from
Jeffrey Jeffords,http://divegallery.com
1In evolutionary biology,
convergent evolution
is when unrelated organisms independently evolve similar traits as a result of having to adapt to similar environments or ecological niches. In cultural evolution,
convergent evolution
is the development of similar cultural adaptations to similar environmentalconditions by different peoples with different ancestral cultures.2 
is an organizing principle in which individual parts of the system communicate with one another indirectly by modifying their local environment.Termite mounds are a classic example but cells do it and now computers are doing it too. Available at 
Complexity Theory/Chaos Theory
studies systems that are too complex to predict, but nevertheless exhibit underlying patterns that illuminate our increasingly complex world. Prof. Stephen Hawking has stated, "The next century will be the century of complexity". Mainstream concepts are; tipping points,the butterfly effect and six degrees of separation. Available athttp://complexity.orcon.net.nz/ 4 
Use of a structure or feature for a function other than that for which it was developed through natural selection.5 
. A physical, biological, psychological, or symbolic configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that its properties cannot be derivedfrom a simple summation of its parts.6 
Plato's problem
is the term coined by Noam Chomskyhttp://www.chomsky.info/ to the gap between knowledge and experience. Plato’s Problem refers to the problem of explaining a “lack of input.” Solving Plato’s Problem involves explaining the gap between what one knows and the apparent lack of substantiveinput from experience (the environment). Plato's Problem is most clearly illustrated in the Meno dialogue, in which Socrates demonstrates that an uneducated boy nevertheless understands geometric principles.7 
Sympathetic magic
is a major component of ancient or mythical thought: a belief that an effect on one object can cause an analogous effect on another object, without an apparent causal link between the two objects. For instance, many folktales feature a villain whose "life" exists in another object, and whocan only be killed if that other object is destroyed. The plant
 Hepatica acutiloba
has leaves that look like a human liver, and is believed to have a beneficialeffect on liver complaints.8 
Collective unconscious
-realm of archetypes; patterns of consciousness, universal principles which are the central focus for emotionally charged ideas,memories, dreams, feelings and experiences. Available at http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/IsisDawn/jung2.htm 
The Indonesian-mimic-octopus is an even more unlikely creature of random mutation. Perhaps unsurprisinglyundocumented until 1998 it transmogrifies into at least 17 different life forms. On meeting an enemy itmetamorphoses into a creature unpalatable to that predator.Mimic octopus as a flounder… as a poisonous sea snake (sea snake above)… as a crinoid…
With kind permission from
Photo/copyright: MichaelAW.com
Mimic octopus as a sea star… standing up in burrow mimicking a mantis shrimp… and finally as himself.
©Thaumoctopus mimicus Norman & Hochberg, 2005 With kind permission from ©Ken Knezick http://www.islandream.com/
Statistically Darwinian-evolution cannot be the only mechanism operating such a phantasmagorical and intelligentseries of transmogrifications. It is as if all living things have a library of patterns or blueprints that they can accesswhen needed."the form of an object is a ‘diagram of forces,’ in this sense at least, that from it we can judge of or deduce theforces that are acting or have acted upon it," [Thompson, D.W. 1917 (1992)]A life form is a map of the ‘forces’ or morphogenetic instructions that caused it to be. This idea of a cosmic blueprint is an ancient one; Vedic philosophers consider everything has an internal essence informing its externalappearance."There are other invisible writings, secretly impressed on the leaves of Nature's book…being traced…on the…tablets of our…hearts...These internal and spiritual characters…the interior writing, may…be the cause and originof the things which do appear." [Rosicrucian. Fludd, Robert (1574-1637)]Biologist Rupert Sheldrake
suggests the theory of morphic-resonance, a vibrational archive of knowledgeintercommunicating ideas, strategies and behaviours that each species has specific timeless access to. He describesour bodies as "nested hierarchies of vibrational frequencies" [Sheldrake, R. 1995]This idea makes sense of many ancient concepts. The martial arts practice of emulating the movement andcharacteristics of a specific animal
to increase combat skills makes much more sense if by mimicking them youare tuning your consciousness to their operational frequency and are thereby able to access millennia of speciesexclusive secrets, skills, instincts and understandings.Ray Mears, when studying the techniques of the finest animal trackers, visited global experts. They told him after many years of tracking, your senses become honed & refined and suddenly you can see the spirit of the animal
Babu tang lang quan
means eight step praying mantis fist. It is a Chinese martial art style.
Bai he jin gang quan
means white crane thunderbolt fist. It is aChinese martial art style.
Bai yuan
means white ape. It is Chinese martial art style.
Bei tang lang quan
means northern praying mantis fist. It is a Chinesemartial art style.
Bimen tang lang quan
means secret door praying mantis fist. It is a Chinese martial art style.
Gou quan
means dog fist. It is a style of Chinese martial art.
Hou quan
means monkey fist, a style of Chinese martial art.
Hei hu quan
means black tiger fist. It is a Chinese martial art style.
He quan
means crane fist. It is a style of Chinese martial art.
Hua Tuo
was a Chinese physician (208 C.E.), who created a series of fitness exercises using five animals playing,
; the ape, the bear, the bird, the deer, and the tiger.
Long quan
means dragon fist. It is a style of Chinese martial art.
Shi'er Xing Quan
means twelve animals boxing. It is a style of Xing yi quan. It is based on the movements of twelve animals.
Tai Shing
means monkey. It is an external Chinesemartial art style.http://pages.prodigy.net/david_wolfe/pmaa/Chinese_terms_Z.html 

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