# Lets go back to Geometry

#### ThraXeD

I know this is a bit crazy, but I do feel like I'm onto something. I just don't know how to do the complicated math for it. I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed. This has to be a theory of some kind.

So, we all know about Sacred Geometry (google images to sum it up) hopefully, this adds to the effect if you can think in 3D. If you could have a root equation that explained everything, I feel it's this.

The Key for Everything, the Crown of Thorns

#### Cheryl88

ThraXed, you can delete your own threads if you really want to. Personally, I find this interesting. Thank you.

ThraXeD

#### Cheryl88

ThraXed, so how does the last two photograph posts of yours relate to the Crown of Thorns? How is the Crown of Thorns the key to understanding all of the artwork?

#### ThraXeD

ok, it was just a zip file full of jpgs, which can't contain a virus.

#### ThraXeD

ThraXed, so how does the last two photograph posts of yours relate to the Crown of Thorns? How is the Crown of Thorns the key to understanding all of the a
Well you want to use 3 crowns, You have to think about it like energy, one strand is positive, the other is negative. The magic part happens in the center.

#### Cheryl88

I looked up “Sacred Geometry”. Key to its understanding is that it melds “feminine” intuition together with “masculine” rationality. Of course, those are just generalities. Like saying women like men and men like women. Percentage-wise mostly true, but not necessarily so when you look at any individual case.

I was wondering, ThraXed, do you view yourself as more intuitive or more rational in your thinking? I know I am not intuitive at all. I totally suck at guesses, lol! In bridge, everytime I have a two-way finesse, I almost always choose the wrong way. Meanwhile I understand logic as if I was brought up and raised by a computer robot.

I would like to say this about intuition. I believe that it is a learned thing. Typically, infants are raised by mothers, not fathers. Typically, people are born heterosexual, not gay. As such, males would have a problem in their communication with their first nurturing parent, their mothers. Why? Because sexual attraction complicates things. Meanwhile, with heterosexual girls, infant thoughts or feelings are kept Platonic and simple. Furthermore, all infants are mentally attracted to the personality of the nurturing mother. Nancy Friday’s book explained this. Women tend to marry husbands who look like their fathers, but have the personalities of their mothers.

Of course, to every rule there are exceptions, especially in this area. Furthermore, should the infant grow up to be a child or adolescent that rebels, that too will differentiate between normal people and the less social people. Meanwhile, some form of rebellion is common during the teenage or young adult years as the individual ventures out into the world. Furthermore, the amount of rebellion varies wildly. Some parents might be just a little annoyed that their child isn’t growing up to be exactly what they had hoped for, while others might excommunicate. Plus, both parents might not even be in total agreement on those subject areas. And nowadays, it is more common for sons and daughters to have more than one pair of parents than before days. With the family unit becoming more and more diverse, the old stereotypes become less and less prevalent. The human race has greater freedom of choice when it comes to family.

But getting back on subject, intuition is basically thinking by feeling. You “feel” such and such is right. And if your feelings are usually correct, why bother with logic? Guesses are good enough. No need for rational, logical thinking. You already know what’s right. You already know what to do.

Meanwhile, my whole family was a bunch of logical thinking nerds. And one of the key things that I noticed was our mother. She seemed to have gone back and forth in her feelings and emotions. And as the children were going to kindergarten for the youngest and high school for the oldest, she abandoned her “dreams” and very much changed in herself as a person - physically, emotionally, and socially. This was also when she transitioned from being a stay-at-home mother, to a working waitress (where looks counted in tips and hireability), and finally to a meat packer for a grocery store (where looks didn’t matter). This was also when our parents began sleeping in separate beds and then later, separate bedrooms.

As for our father, he was stable, being emotionless throughout. It was the way he was brought up and his parents were brought up and his grandparents and so on throughout the generations. I know this because my ancestors would never have survived as slaves and servants if they got all emotional over everything. And without affection to clue us kids as to what was what (no smiles to indicate good, no frowns to indicate bad, well, some, but not enough to go by), developing logic was not just mandatory, but easy for us. Much easier than other school kids. And so five of the six children were great at school, especially math.

Only the “mistake” child, born accidentally, wasn’t interested much with academics. The rest were conceived according to plan - the Christ child, the April Fool’s clown, the Valentine’s Day love child, and the Leap Day forever baby. All born next to their respective holidays, just missing by one day. Only the 4th of July child is uncertain. Could be for that holiday, or another holiday, or another mistake. And since it was quite apparent that mom was the real boss in the marriage, and dad being the figurehead boss, there was no doubt who decided when there would or would not be sex. The “mistake” child was even sent off to live with our maternal grandparent’s farm for a year or so at about ages 1 to 3, I gathered from stories. Meanwhile, her younger and older brothers stayed with mom and dad. Very odd thing to have even happened.

So concluding, girls’ infant feelings tend to be less complicated, easier to grasp, and therefore more accurate than boys’. As such, boys need to rely more on logic than intuition. And logic requires seeing things - seeing ideas, seeing cause and effect, seeing the intrinsic basic instead of the whole myriad of details. Meanwhile, intuition makes things soooo simple. If you can guess right all the time, lol!

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#### ThraXeD

I think sacred geometry has a universal pattern, and from what I've seen its buildable, of course you need the right materials

I was wondering, ThraXed, do you view yourself as more intuitive or more rational in your thinking? I know I am not intuitive at all. I totally suck at guesses, lol! In bridge, everytime I have a two-way finesse, I almost always choose the wrong way. Meanwhile I understand logic as if I was brought up and raised by a computer robot.

I guess I would say more rational, and sometimes irrational thinking.

. If you can guess right all the time, lol!

I wish, from my gambling skills, luck is not on my side.

#### Cheryl88

How so does Sacred Geometry have a Universal pattern? I don’t understand.

#### ThraXeD

How so does Sacred Geometry have a Universal pattern? I don’t understand.
based on the Star of David and the flower of life (6)

#### livesci101

Maybe Gematria could help?
If you don't know what it is read this : Gematria Intro

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