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Würfel-Kosmologie ⇔ Kugel-Kosmologie


Wallace Black Elk

Sonnenkreuz / Radkreuz
Der Kreis symbolisiert die kreative rechte Gehirnhälfte.
Das Quadrat symbolisiert die strukturierte linke Gehirnhälfte.

Bei seinem letzten Tagesseminar in Neuss in Deutschland im Juni 1998 lehrte der Medizinälteste der amerikanischen Dakota Sioux Wallace Black Elk (1921-2004) den Unterschied zwischen der Kugel- und der Würfel-Kosmologie.

 

Ehe Christopher Columbus 1492 in der Neuen Welt landete, gab es das Weltbild einer kugelförmigen Erde, auf der alle Geschöpfe in relativem Frieden miteinander lebten. Als die weißen Eroberer aus Europa die Schildkröteninsel Nordamerikas zu vereinnahmen begannen, wurde die Kreis/Kugel-Weltanschauung überwältigt von der strukturierten, zielorientierten Vorgehensweise des Quadrat/Würfel-Paradigmas. Die Kiste, in der sich die weißen Eroberer vorwiegend aufhielten, besteht aus vier fensterlosen Wänden ohne eine Tür. Auch der Boden und die Decke boten weder Zugang noch Ausgang noch Ausblick in die umgebende Welt.

 

Vier 90°-Winkel entlang der vier Wände der Würfel-Weltanschauung
WandTapete / DisziplinChakra /
Feinkörper
Realitäts-
perspektive
Exemplarische Patientengeschichte
Erste WandWissenschaftKÖRPERLICHHardware RealitätEin Kranker konsultiert einen Arzt.
                              Wenn die Wissenschaft unweigerlich versagt, hat nach einer 90°-Wendung die Psychologie das Sagen.                       
Zweite·WandPsychologieEMOTIONALSoftware RealitätDer Kranke wird überwiesen zu einem Psychotherapeuten.
                          Wenn die Psychologie unweigerlich versagt, hat nach einer 90°-Wendung das Rechtswesen das Sagen.                          
Dritte WandRechtswesenMENTALMenschengemachte RealitätMit der Unterschrift eines Psychiaters verliert der Kranke seine Bürgerrechte. Er wird in eine Anstalt eingewiesen.
                         Wenn das Rechtswesen unweigerlich versagt, hat nach einer 90°-Wendung die Religion das Sagen.                          
Vierte WandReligionASTRALGottgegebene RealitätDer institutionalisierte Kranke konsultiert einen Exorzisten (Priester).
            Wenn die Religion unweigerlich versagt, beginnt ein neuer 360°-Zyklus in den
eingefahrenen kubischen Bahnen mit der Wissenschaft wieder an erster Stelle.      
Innerhalb des geschlossenen Würfel-Weltbilds, übersieht man die kugelförmige Welt außerhalb des Würfels, es sei denn man kann sie "gewahren". Ein Mensch, der seine Intuition missachtet, neigt dazu, die Existenz einer runden kugelförmigen Welt zu verleugnen.
Siehe auch:
Geschichtliche Zyklen – Von der Gewaltherrschaft zur Macht der Liebe
Wissenschaft und ► Psychologie und ► Gerechtigkeit und ► Religion und ► Medizin und ► Kosmologie
See also: ► Cubic cosmology as opposed to spheric cosmology – Wallace Black Elk

 

Ehe unsere weißen Brüder kamen, um 'zivilisierte Menschen' aus uns zu machen,
  ➤ hatten wir keine Gefängnisse. Aus diesem Grund hatten wir auch keine Verbrecher. Ohne ein Gefängnis kann es keine Verbrecher geben.
  ➤ Wir hatten weder Schlösser noch Schlüssel, und deshalb gab es bei uns keine Diebe.
  ➤ Wenn jemand so arm war, das er kein Pferd, kein Zelt oder keine Decke besaß, so wurde ihm all dies geschenkt.
  ➤ Wir waren viel zu unzivilisiert, um großen Wert auf Privatbesitz zu legen.
  ➤ Besitz strebten nur an, um ihn weitergeben zu können.
  ➤ Wir kannten kein Geld, von daher wurde der Wert eines Menschen nicht nach seinem Reichtum gemessen.
  ➤ Wir hatten keine schriftlich verfassten Gesetze, keine Rechtsanwälte und keine Politiker, weswegen wir einander nicht betrügen konnten.
Es stand wirklich 'schlecht um uns', ehe die Weißen kamen. Und ich kann es mir nicht erklären, wie wir ohne die grundlegenden Dinge auskommen konnten, die – wie man sagt – für eine zivilisierte Gesellschaft so notwendig sind.

John Fire Lame Deer (1900/1903-1976) nordamerikanischer Mineconju-Lakota Sioux Medizinmann, Heyoka, Vater von Archie Fire Lame Deer (1935-2001), zitiert in: John Fire Lame Deer von den Sioux-Lakota zum Wert des Menschen, SCNews, Bodo Seip, 24. März 2015

Zitate zum Thema Kreise und Kreisläufe / Circles

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Letzte Worte

  • Störe meine Kreise nicht! Nach römischer Überlieferung die letzten Worte von Archimedes von Syrakus (287-212 v. Chr.) altgriechischer Mathematiker, Physiker, Ingenieur

Gerichtet an seinen Mörder, einen römischen Soldaten, der ihn bei der Eroberung von Syrakus erstach; Archimedes saß in einem stillen Garten und sinnierte über geometrischen Figuren, die er in den Sand gezeichnet hatte.

  • Euch ist aufgefallen, dass alles, was ein Indianer tut, sich in Kreisen vollzieht. Das liegt daran, weil die Kräfte der Welt auch in Kreisen wirken, und alles beflissen ist, rund zu sein. Der Himmel ist rund, und wie ich gehört habe, ist die Erde rund wie eine Kugel, genauso wie die Sterne. Der Wind entfaltet seine größte Kraft in Wirbeln. Die Vögel bauen ihre Nester kreisrund, denn sie haben dieselbe Religion wie wir. Die Sonne geht in einem Kreis auf und wieder unter. Der Mond vollzieht es ebenso, und beide sind rund. Sogar der Wechsel der Jahreszeiten bildet einen großen Kreis und kehrt immer wieder dorthin zurück, wo er begann. Das Leben des Menschen ist ein Kreis von Kindheit zu Kindheit. Und so ist es mit Allem, worin die Macht sich regt. Black Elk (1863-1950) nordamerikanischer Medizinmann [Wichasha Wakan], Ältester der Oglala-Lakota-Sioux-Indianer, katholischer Katechist, Pine-Ridge-Reservation, Süd-Dakota, Quelle unbekannt

 


Magischer Kreis
John William Waterhouse (1849-1917)
englischer Maler
  • Alle Menschen sind Geister, die auf dieser Welt nur zu Besuch sind. Und alle Geister sind ewige Wesen.
    Alle Begegnungen sind Erfahrungen, und alle Erfahrungen sind ewige Verbindungen.
    Die 'Wahren Menschen' schließen den Kreis einer jeden Erfahrung. Weisheit der Aboriginals (AUS)

 

  • Wir leben noch immer in einer 'Entweder-oder'-Kultur, nicht in einer 'Sowohl-als-auch'-Kultur. Wir achten noch immer auf Rangfolgen, statt uns zu vernetzen. Statt eine zirkuläre Weltsicht zu vertreten, betrachten wir das Leben noch immer aus hierarchischer Sicht. Tatsächlich haben wir im Lauf der menschlichen Geschichte größtenteils anders gelebt. Es ging um Verbundenheit, nicht um Rangordnungen. Der Kreis war das Paradigma der Gesellschaft. Video TV-Interview mit Gloria Steinem (*1934) US-amerikanische Feministin der neuen Frauenbewegung, Frauenrechtlerin, visionäre politische Aktivistin, Gründerin und Herausgeberin des feministischen US-Magazins "Ms", Journalistin, Autorin, @katiecouric: A Woman's World?, präsentiert vom US-amerikanischen TV-Sender CBS NEWS, Katie Couric (*1957) US-amerikanische TV-Moderatorin, YouTube film, Minute 37:29, eingestellt 22. Juni 2010

 

  • Im Kreis zeigt sich das ABSOLUTE, ohne Form, Farbe, weitere Eigenschaften, das buchstäbliche NICHTS, es begegnet uns auf unbewusster Ebene beim Eintritt in die Kathedrale.
    - In der sperrigen, quadratischen Raute erleben wir das Symbol der Materie, unser schicksalhaftes Geworfensein in die materielle Welt,
    […] "Quadratur des Kreises" […] im Altarraum in der Form des Rechtecks (symbolisch für das letzte Abendmahl stehend; Jesus inmitten der 12 Apostel ist ein Sinnbild für die Einheit des Lebens in allem Geschaffenen: Der EINE GEIST drückt sich in allen 12 Tierkreiszeichen aus).
    Wer sich länger meditierend auf die Symbole einlässt, kann tatsächlich intuitiv erleben, dass Kreis und Raute in dieser Form "dem inneren Sinn nach" im Rechteck verschmelzen.
Chartres-Tafeln Übungsseite, Spirituelle-Reisen.de

Literatur-Zitate

  • Sprach Govinda: "Viel haben wir gelernt, Siddhartha, viel bleibt noch zu lernen. Wir gehen nicht im Kreise, wir gehen nach oben, der Kreis ist eine Spirale, manche Stufe sind wir schon gestiegen." Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) deutsch-schweizerischer Dichter, Schriftsteller, Nobelpreisträger in Literatur, 1946, Siddhartha, 3129, 1922

 

  • Ich lebe mein Leben in wachsenden Ringen, die sich über die Dinge ziehn.
    Ich werde den letzten vielleicht nicht vollbringen, aber versuchen will ich ihn.
    Ich kreise um Gott, um den uralten Turm, und ich kreise jahrtausendelang;
    Und ich weiß noch nicht: bin ich ein Falke, ein Sturm oder ein großer Gesang.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) böhmisch-österreichischer Dichter, Lyriker,
dreiteiliger Gedichtzyklus Das Stunden-Buch (1899-1903), Insel Verlag, Leipzig, 1905

Armut schafft Demut
Demut schafft Fleiß
Fleiß schafft Reichtum
Reichtum schafft Übermut
Übermut schafft Krieg
Krieg schafft Armut.

 

Quelle: ► Spruch des Schlesischen Hungertuchs, erstmals erschienen 1306 in Münster,
erhalten durch Blaudruckerei Thieme, Pulsnitz, Sachsen, 20. Jahrhundert

General quotes

The disciples say to Jesus: "Tell us what our end will be."
Jesus says: "Have you then deciphered the beginning, that you ask about the end? For where the beginning is, there shall be the end. Blessed is the man who reaches the beginning; he will know the end, and will not taste death!"
Gospel of Thomas, verse 18, part of the Biblical apocrypha, 50-140 AD, 1945

 

Personal avowals

 

  • [Paraphrased] I know most scientists in the West subscribe to the Big Bang theory of the origins of the universe, but I am going to have to go out on a limb here to say that we Buddhists do not believe in the Big Bang. We believe there were an infinite number of Big Bangs and that the universe is cyclical. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1989, Conferences on religion and science, organized by Amherst College physicist Arthur Zajonc, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1994

 

Recommendations

  • Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end; then stop. Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) English mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon, photographer, writer, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Macmillan, 26. November 1865

 

Conclusions


Animierter Einheits-Ring
  • We're still living in an 'either-or' culture, not in an 'and' culture. We're still ranking instead of linking. We still have a hierarchical view of life instead of a circle. And actually for most of human history we've lived the other way. It's been about linking, not ranking. The circle was the paradigm of society. Video interview with Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer, @katiecouric: A Woman's World?, presented by US American TV station CBS NEWS, host Katie Couric (*1957) US American talk show host, anchor journalist, author, YouTube film, minute 37:29, posted 22. June 2010

 

 

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Hierarchy vs. heterarchy

  • We are not ranked, we are linked. Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer, various sources

 

 

  • We’re at the end of a cycle. All of you have known this since childhood. The Hindus call it the Kali Yuga, the dark age. At the end of a cycle, Shiva, the Hindu lord of death, dances. At the end of a cycle, certain energetic configurations go away and others come into being. Lucia René, US American mystic, ordained Buddhist monk, author, spiritual teacher, woman's activist, Unplugging the Patriarchy. A Mystical Journey into the Heart of a New Age, Crown Chakra Publishing, 1st edition 21. December 2009

 

Vision

  • I was standing on the highest mountain of them all, and round about beneath me was the whole hoop of the world. And while I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw; for I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being. And I saw that the sacred hoop of my people was one of many hoops that made one circle, wide as daylight and as starlight, and in the center grew one mighty flowering tree to shelter all children of one mother and one father. And I saw that it was holy. Black Elk ['Wičháša Wakȟáŋ; Hehaka Sapa'] [LoC 499] (1863-1950) North American medicine elder and heyoka of the Oglala Lakota tribe (Sioux) of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux), Catholic katechist, Pine Ridge reservation, South Dakota, Black Elk Speaks. Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux, 1932, told by John Neihardt, 1961

 

Future prospects

  • Upon suffering beyond suffering; the Red Nation shall rise again and it shall be a blessing for a sick world. A world filled with broken promises, selfishness and separations. A world longing for light again. I see a time of seven generations when all the colors of mankind will gather under the sacred Tree of Life and the whole Earth will become one circle again. In that day there will be those among the Lakota who will carry knowledge and understanding of unity among all living things, and the young white ones will come to those of my people and ask for this wisdom. I salute the light within your eyes where the whole universe dwells. For when you are at that center within you and I am that place within me, we shall be as one. Crazy Horse [Tȟašúŋke Witkó] (1842-1877) Native American war leader of the Oglala Lakota, stated while smoking the sacred pipe at Paha Sapa with Sitting Bull 4 days before he was assassinated, 1877

 

  • When we went from storytelling around the campfire we were living in a world of the circular logic of our ancestors of day-to-day living. When we switched to writing suddenly we now had a future. We began seeing the world from left to right, top to bottom, as the way we read. Now with computers and the Internet we're moving away from a literate society back to a kind of a cross between gathering around camp fire and storytelling (which is what the Internet is providing to people now) to symbolic. We are returning back to a symbolic world. When we successfully make that turn which we are right now then we are going to see the world the way our ancestors did. And the mechanized way of seeing the world through the written word will disappear and we will begin going back into the cyclic nature of reality, which is the true reality of nature. Skype video interview with Jay Weidner SacredMysteries.com (*1953) US American film producer, scholar on hermetic and alchemical traditions, author, located in Oregon, Jay Weidner interviewed by Gerry Fialka 2012/10/13, presented by host Gerry Fialka, East Oakland, minute 3:30, 1:3:09 duration, aired 13. October 2012

 

Insights

  • The same road goes both up and down. The beginning of a circle is also its end. Heraclitus of Ephesus (~535-475 BC) pre-Socratic Ancient Greek philosopher

 

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Circular development of the self

  • I began to understand that the goal of psychic development is the self.
    There is no linear evolution; there is only a circumambulation of the self. Uniform development exists, at most, at the beginning; later, everything points toward the centre.
    This insight gave me stability, and gradually my inner peace returned. Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalytist, founder of a new school of depth psychology, author, autobiography Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Fontana Press, 1961, reissued edition 6. March 1995
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Still-point of Tao

  • When there is no more separation between "this" and "that," it is called the still-point of Tao. At the still-point in the center of the circle, one sees the infinite in all things. Zhuangzi [Chuang Tzu] (~365-290 BC) influential Chinese philosopher during the warring states period

 


"Come unto These Yellow Sands", 1842
Richard Dadd (1819-1887) English painter
  • There is no death in all the Universe. There is but continual repetition of life cycles of rebirth into their two opposite expressions which we call life and death, but both are, in fact, one. Walter Russell (1871-1963) US American polymath, natural philosopher, mystic, architect, painter, sculptor, builder, author (unified theory in physics and cosmogony), source unknown

 

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The enigma of TO BE or NOT TO BE, polarity, and opposites

Ribbon image vs. circle image

  • If you pursue success, pleasure, good, virtue […] all these positive things you are under illusion because the positive cannot exist without the negative. You only know what to be is by contrast of not to be. […] You can't have the one without the other. […] If you try to pursue, to gain the positive and to deny, get rid of the negative it is as if you trying to arrange everything in the room so as if it was all up and nothing was down. You can't do it. You set yourself an absolutely insoluble problem.
    The basis of life is spectrum. Most people think of it [the spectrum of colors] as a ribbon which is red at one end and purple at the other. But the spectrum is actually a circle. Because purple is the mixture of red and blue. It goes right round. In this way all sensation, all feeling, all experience whatsoever is moving through spectra [of colors, sounds, textures, smells, and tastes]. You are constantly operating through all of the possible variations of experience. And it implies that you can't know one end of the spectrum without also knowing the other. […] Without blue and purple you can't have red. 12-hour audio retreat/presentation by Alan Watts (1915-1973) British philosopher, speaker, writer, excerpted from You're It! On Hiding, Seeking, and Being Found, presented by Sounds True, host Tami Simon, issued 1. October 2009, You're It!, part 2 of 3, YouTube film, minute 3:09:27, 4:00:20 minutes duration, posted 5. May 2012

 

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See also:

Outtake from the documentary film Miss Representation, written/directed/produced by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, What's New is Old, YouTube film, 1:57 minutes duration, 15. August 2011

  • Many of the Native American tribes (i.e. the Cherokee), the original cultures (the Dalits in India, the Kwei and the San in southern Africa) followed the paradigm of the circle not the hierarchy. Many of the native languages don't have gender articles. Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer, source unknown

 


Weltenbaum – Yggdrasil
  • The circle means resolution of conflict.
    The circle symbolizes Reality while the diameter symbolizes illusion [ego mind].
    Video presentation by Willem de Swart, B.Sc. (*1956) South African electrical engineer, numeric scientist, Conflicted mind, part 2 of 2, V1202b.avi, produced in Johannisburg, SA, 19. February 2012, YouTube film, minute 3:36, 7:51 minutes duration, posted 25. February 2012

 

  • Insofar as cycles are meaningful, all science that has been developed in the absence of cycle knowledge is inadequate and partial. Thus, if cyclic forces are real, any theory of economics, or sociology, or history, or medicine, or climatology that ignores non-chance rhythms is manifestly incomplete, as medicine was before the discovery of germs. Edward R. Dewey (1895-1978) US American economist, expert on cyclical movements in economics and other fields, cited in: Cycles Magazine, Cycles Research Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of Cycles, July 1967

 

  • If these cyclic forces are real, there is a much greater degree of interrelationship within nature than was previously realized, since the same cycles appear in many different natural and social sciences. The implications are one of wholeness instead of the emphasis we so often see upon smaller and smaller sections of knowledge. Edward R. Dewey (1895-1978) economist, studied cycles in economics and other fields, cited in: Cycles Magazine, Cycles Research Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of Cycles, July 1967

Literary quotes

  • I live my life in big circles, that surround all things, that circle around all that is.
    Maybe I will not complete the last circle, but i will attempt it.
    Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) Bohemian-Austrian poet, novelist, The Book of Hours [Das Stunden-Buch], Insel Verlag, Leipzig, April 1905

 

  • We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps. Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) Bohemian-Austrian poet, novelist, Siddhartha, 1922, New Directions, United States of America, 1951

 

  • The next best thing to being wise oneself is to live in a circle of those who are: that good fortune I have enjoyed for nearly twenty years. C. S. Lewis (1898-1963) Irish British literary scholar, literary secret agent of MI6, novelist, They Asked for a Paper. Papers and Addresses‎, S. 63, 1962

 

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Circular heroic journey toward the Self

  • We shall not cease from exploration
    And the end of all our exploring
    Will be to arrive where we started
    And know the place for the first time.
    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) US American British literary critic, poet, playwright, Nobel laureate in literature, 1948, Four Quartets, Harcourt, 1943
Poverty creates humility
Humility creates hard work
Hard work creates affluence
Affluence creates mischief
Mischief creates war
War creates poverty.

 

Source: ► Aphorism of the Salesian Hungertuchs, first appearance in 1306, Münster, Germany
preserved by Blaudruckerei Thieme, Pulsnitz, Saxony, East Germany, 20th century

I live my life in growing orbits
which move out over the things of the world.
Perhaps I can never achieve the last,
but that will be my attempt.

I am circling around God, around the ancient tower,
and I have been circling for a thousand years,
and I still don’t know if I am a falcon, or a storm,
or a great song.

 

Source: ► Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) Bohemian-Austrian poet, novelist, poem I live my life in growing orbits translated by Robert Bly (*1926), excerpted from three parts collection of poetry
Rilke's Book of Hours. Love Poems to God, Das Stunden-Buch, April 1905, part I, ch. 2,
written 1899-1903, Insel Verlag, Leipzig, April 1905, Riverhead Trade, 8th edition 1. April 1997

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Very often one has illusions about the nature of reality. They have to be let go also. That there is a good and a bad, a desirable and undesirable, that is all in your mind. So you realize that the sun shines and then the clouds come up and then the rain falls. The grass grows up and dies, the stock market goes up and down, age comes and goes, people arise and leave. So you see there is the ebb and flow and if one is at this part of the cycle there is no point in crying about it, because the cycle will cycle itself out. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar Devotion: The Way to God Through the Heart, DVD 1 of 3, track 5, minute ~0:38:00-0:39:00, 27. September 2002

 


The One Ring, red colored
  • There is the ebb and flow and if one is at this part of the cycle there is no point in crying about it, because the cycle will cycle itself out. And by surrendering oneself to whatever is cycling up is how one disappears it eventually. You disappear it by choosing to be with it and letting go wanting to change it as it arises. To do that particular technique means to do it continuously, no matter what, non-stop. […] So then, one surrenders everything that stands in the way of the Presence. The Presence is so obvious, so startling and so overwhelming that there is no question about it. It is profound. It is total. It is all encompassing, totally overwhelming, totally transforming and completely unmistakable. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar Devotion: The Way to God Through the Heart, DVD 2 of 3, track 5, minute ~0:34:00-0:45:00, 27. September 2002

 

  • There would be no point to this incarnation if the future could be predicted. This is a world of karmic opportunity. That is why it is so valuable. It is a recycling center. There is free will and karma. There would be no point in spiritual work if you could tell the future. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar God, Religion and Spirituality, 3 DVD set, 10. December 2005

 

  • All karmic cycles are linear. They are about a certain energy somewhere and when you have completed it, it is done. You have the option of being of service on the other side. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 13. September 2006

Englische Texte – English section on Circles

Cubic cosmology as opposed to spheric cosmology – Wallace Black Elk


Wallace Black Elk

Bolded sun cross
Circle represents the creative right brain.
Square represents the structured left brain.

At his last seminar in Neuss, Germany, in June 1998, Native American Dakota Sioux medicine elder Wallace Black Elk (1921-2004) taught the following cosmology:

 

Referring to the pre-Columbian era there was a spheric earth wherein all creatures lived in harmony. When the white conquerers from Europe arrived on Turtle Island the world view embedded and flowing within the circle/sphere as held by the Natives has been superseded by the structured goal-oriented square/cube. The box in which the white conquerer types prefer to live in consists of four walls with no windows and no door availed. Both the floor and the ceiling offer no exit either, nor do they allow to peek outside the box.

 

Four 90° angles along the four walls of the cubic world view
WallWallpaper / DisciplineChakra /
Subtle body
Reality angleExemplary patient story
First wallSciencePHYSICALHardware realityA sick person is consulting a physician.
                        When science inevitably fails to work the next 90° turn points to the wall of psychology.                    
Second·wallPsychologyEMOTIONALSoftware realityThe sick person is sent to consult a psychotherapist.
                            When psychology inevitably fails to work the next 90° turn points to the wall of law.                          
Third wallLawMENTALHuman-designed realityThe sick person is institutionalized by signature of a psychiatrist. Their civil rights are stripped from them.
                         When law inevitably fails to work the next 90° turn points to the wall of religion.                               
Forth wallReligionASTRALGod-given realityThe sick institutionalized person is sent
to consult an exorcist, a priest.
            When religion inevitably fails to work a new round of 360° inside the box begins again with SCIENCE.           
Inside the bottled up box, the spheric world outside the cube cannot be seen, except when it
can be "seen" with eyes to see. If intuition fails, the existence of a round spheric world is denied.
See also:
Historic cycles – From the love of power to the power of love – Anodea Judith
Three archetypal wounds in trust and love – Mario Martinez
Four essential historical ages – Daniel Pink
Four developmental periods in biology, ecology, finance and economics
Healing individual trauma and transforming culture and society – Peter Levine
Four-stage composition of ancient Egyptian temples – Model of mystery schools
Moving into dignity politics – Four historical arcs of evolution
Science and ► Psychology and ► Justice and ► Religion and ► Medicine and ► Cosmology
Siehe auch: ► Würfel-Kosmologie ⇔ Kugel-Kosmologie

 

Before our white brothers arrived to make us civilized men,
♦ we didn't have any kind of [no] prison. Because of this, we had no delinquents.
   Without a prison, there can be no delinquents.
♦ We had no locks nor keys and therefore among us there were no thieves.
♦ When someone was so poor that he couldn't afford a horse, a tent or a blanket,
   he would, in that case, receive it all as a gift.
♦ We were too uncivilized to give great importance to private property.
♦ We didn’t know any kind of [no] money and consequently,
   the value of a human being was not determined by his wealth.
♦ We had no written laws laid down, no lawyers, no politicians,
   therefore we were not able to cheat and swindle one another.
♦ We were really in bad shape before the white men arrived and I don't know how to explain
   how we were able to manage without these fundamental things that (so they tell us) are
   so necessary for a civilized society.
John Fire Lame Deer [The Old Man] (1900/1903-1976) North American Mineconju-Lakota Sioux holy man, member of the Heyoka society, father of Archie Fire Lame Deer (1935-2001), source unknown

Pre-eminent number 25920 and its subdivided perfect numbers

Chaldea and early Egypt used perfect numbers of the sacred mysteries Sirius cycle. Proponents of the idea that terrestrial events repeat themselves in a cyclical fashion structured in perfect numbers were Thales of Miletus (624-~546 BC) and Pythagoras of Samos (~570-495 BC).
Plato (427-347 BC) advocated the complete precessional cycle. The Platonic Year comprises the golden number at 25920 years containing all other subnumbers.

 

French astrologer Michel Helmer who had discovered the number Phi (~1.616) was the first to locate successfully the peak times within each cycle according to the ancient theory. [Cahiers Astrologiques, 1960]

 

Three interlaced astrological cycles
Circular·rotations·
in·space-time
LegendLength·of·timeHands of
the cosmic clock
Earth's rotation on its axisSpace-Time of the houses
Worldly astrology of nations, regimes, political leaders
24 hours / 1 daySecond hand
Earth's revolution around the SunSpace-Time of the heavy planetary cycles365.25 days / 1 yearMinute hand
Precession of the EquinoxesSpace-Time of the Platonic Year25920 years1
Numerological rhythm
Hour hand

 

Various basic cycles
As a general rule the repetition is only approximate because the context is quite different.
Name of cycle25920·DivisionsDuration·in·yearsLegend
Platonic Year
Complete precessional cycle
25920 / 1
360 x 72
25920 yearsContaining all other significant subcycles
One Platonic day lasts 72 Earth years.
Manvantara cycle (Ancient Hindus)25920 / 2
12960 x 5
12960 years
64800 years
 
Yuga cycle (Ancient Hindus)
Yugas: Kali, Dwapara, Treta, Satya
25920 / 64320 yearsSee: Yuga Cycles – Hindu mythological time referencing / Fulcanelli
Cycle of Daniel (OT)25920 / 10
3 x 864
2592 yearsAge of the Zodiac
Cycle of civilizations and religions25920 / 12
2160 / 2
2160 years
1080 years
Age of the Zodiac
Empires, civilizations, religions
Cycle of opposition to what was created at the start of the 2160-year cycle
Precessional passage from one constellation of the Zodiac to the next
Great Year (Siderial calendar)365 x 3 + 3661461 yearsEarth, Sun and Sirius Star are aligning. The heliacal rising has a huge energetic impact on Earth.
Polar cycle / ternary division2160 / 3720 yearsNeocreational level: Spiritual change Renewal
This cycle was discovered by Rev. Father Poucel.
Cycle of 7 times 77 (Biblical)7 x 77
2160 / 4
539 years
540 years
Paradoxical level: Mass movements of peoples
Turning point of the basic cycles of a civilization
Note: Fundamental human cycle of 11 years and 11 x 7 = 77 years
Cycle of internal ideology change of regimes2160 / 6360 yearsSymbolic level: Ideological change
Cycle of political change of regimes2160 / 12180 yearsLiteral level: Political change

 

540 year and 2160 year cycles
Every 539/540 years ("7 x 77" biblical years) or 2160 / 4 years, humanity enters a period of mutation,
often accompanied by a mass migration of peoples.
22 years
1429-1451
Defeat of the English in the Hundred Years' War
changing European history due to the miraculous
intervention of 19-year-old Joan of Arc entrusted
with King Charles' VII army
539 years later
2160 years later
Opening of the Aquarian Age
Change of religion and morals will be radical,
eventually affecting the whole world
360 years later
1789
French Revolution180 years later
1968-1969
22 years later
1990-1991
Decisive phase of the spiritual revival movement
Nostradamus’ date for the end of the New Babylon
Philosophical and religious change will come
from Russia herself.
Each period of mutation extends over 180 years and is divided into two periods of maximum activity. The first is the time of creation of
the movement which is spread over 22 years or 2 x 11 years. Then follows a 180-year period of slow progress and gradual inroads,
and finally the decisive struggle which lasts 22 years, until the movement definitely succeeds or fails.

 

Three phases of building a religion – each 720 years
720 year cycleFocusTime frameChristian history
1st phaseProphetic period of religion0-33-720-750 ADChrist's teaching
2nd phase"Clerical phase" of religion720-750 to 1440-1470Mystical epoch of Christianity
3rd phaseSupremacy of the temporal power over the spiritual power1440-1770
1440-2160
Epoch of the mastery of the ecclesiastical hierarchy over peoples and governments
Note: 2012 is the end of third-density time. Hence, all other cycles are automatically "attracted" together.

 

539 year cycle – French history
Time·frame·YearHistorical event
April 29-May 8 1429Tide turning against the English in the Hundred Years' War changing European history
Quasi-miraculous intervention of 19-year-old Joan of Arc entrusted with King Charles' VII army
539 years later
May 1968
French youth brought about the shift and incredible destruction of University mandarins and the repeal of many taboos.

 

Cyclical evolution – exemplified by French history
CycleYearHistorical event
Start1249Constitution of the first Parliament of Paris
+180 years1429Joan of Arc's emergence2; King Charles VII is consecrated at Reims.
+360 years1789Start of the French Revolution
+1801968-1969Age of the world youth movement, indicating the absorption of the French cycle into the world cycle
+11 years
+11 years
1979-1980Peak of the resistance to change by the traditional structures of society
Earthly changes passed the point of no return by 1990-1991.

 

Cycle correlations between Rome and United States (New Rome)
Time·frameHistoric event – Roman EmpireTime·frameHistoric event – US Empire
264-241 BC1st Punic War – Rome against Carthage2160 years later
1896-1919
Economic war (Dingley Tariff) between the US and Europe (especially Germany) began 1896-1897. It ended in 1918-1919 by Germany's defeat, thanks to the decisive American support in 1917.
USA’s world economic supremacy dates from 1919, all the European states having emerged weakened from the WW1.
218-201 BC2nd Punic War – Rome's gravest and most dangerous war against Carthage2160 years later
1941/1942-1959
US engages in World War II followed by the cold (and hot) war against the USSR, Berlin blockade (1947) Korea War (1950-1953),  Khrushchev's visit to the US, bringing China into conflict with the USSR (1959)
200-106 BC
198-197 BC
Macedonian War – Rome against Macedonia under King Philip V.
Roman victory of Cynocephalus ended the Macedonian War.
2160 years later
1960-1964
Kennedy administration involved in the Cuban Missile Crisis; possibility of war (22-28 October 1962), withdrawal of Russian missiles
192-188 BCRome engaged in wars against the Oriental King Antiochus III2160 years later
1958-1972
Vietnam War
181-174 BC1st Celtiberic War – Rome had to face a serious rebellion in her Spanish possessions2160 years later
1979-1985
Rebellion against US domination: in Latin America (lands colonized by Spain); in Africa, with Cuban troops
172-168 BC2nd Macedonian War – Rome against Perseus (preferred son of Philip V.)2160 years later
1988-1992
Direct USA-USSR confrontation destruction of the US Space Shuttle Challenger, according to Lt. Col. Tom Bearden, followed by the economic collapse of the Soviet Union, Gorbachev actively campaigning for peace

 

Correlations (name similarity) between ancient Roman statesmen Cato
and living American Jimmy Carter
Time·frameCato – Historical eventTime·frameCarter – Historical event
187 BCScipio Africanus, who defeated Antiochus, was being tried and had to resign and retire to his estate.2160 years later
1973
The Watergate scandal forced Richard Nixon, who had honorably terminated the Vietnam War, to resign and retire to his estate.
184 BCFamous Roman statesman Cato the Elder [The Censor, Wise, Ancient] (234-149 BC) was elected Consul of Rome.2160 years later
1976
Jimmy Carter (*1924) was elected 39th US president (1977-1981).

 

  • It is hard for modern man to believe that numbers have a meaning much more important than he thinks, that they are not merely a means of counting and measuring sense objects but that they also express a spiritual essence which they create and control. The ancient Hebrews called this spiritual essence the ten holy "Sephirot." Ernst Bindel (1890-1974) German mathematician, Waldorfschule, Stuttgart, The Spiritual Elements of Numbers, 1958

 

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Repeating cycles in history

  • [Paraphrased] Using history, astrology, and synchronicity theory, there is a hidden architecture played out in cycles, guiding humanity toward spiritual progress and enlightenment.
    "Reality is not real. We're in a hologram. There's a story that's repeating, and it keeps repeating until we master the lesson it's teaching us."
    (David Wilcock)
    History repeats in precise cycles. Much of 20th century American history is holographically connected to Roman history in the Age of Aries.
    There are parallels between Roman and American history, including the first Punic War to WWI, the second Punic War to WWII, Carthage to Germany, and Hannibal to Hitler, Robespierre to Stalin.
    Hannibal looks like "Hitler with a beard." They invaded the same areas, during the same six years, using the same basic strategies in each cycle.
    The French astrologer Michel Helmer accurately predicted in 1961 that the revolt Joan of Arc pulled off in the 1400s would repeat as a student-led revolution in France in 1968, within a few days off when it occurred in the previous 539-year cycle (one-quarter of an Age of the Zodiac). It is referenced as a parable by Jesus, where he spoke of forgiving your brother "seven times 77 times".
    The so-called "Age of the Zodiac" is a 2,160-year cycle that is precisely repeating itself. The cycle of 720 years (1/3 the age of the Zodiac) governs the history and development of Christianity and other religions, according to Helmer. It was independently discovered by Anatoly Fomenko, Ph.D. (*1945) as a massive, repeating pattern in world history.
    'End times' are not relegated strictly to Christian prophecy but referenced in over 30 ancient cultures. These cultures all indicated that mankind is heading into a golden age, but have go through a dark period first. People are fulfilling a cosmic blueprint, older than time itself, which is meant to steer humanity into a beautiful golden age where stargate travel, antigravity technology, and ascension (transmutation into light bodies) is availed.
Audio interview with David Wilcock divinecosmos.com (*1973) US American consciousness researcher, mystic filmmaker, lecturer, author, Synchronicity & Enlightenment, presented by US American talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, host George Noory (*1950), aired 19. August 2013, YouTube film, minute 1:01:22, 39:00-2:33:59 duration, posted 20. August 2013
The Synchronicity Key: Official Launch Video!, 19. August 2013

 

Written source:
► Book chapter 6 Cyclology – The Mathematics Of History, excerpted from The End of Our Century by Francois Masson, 1979-1980, translator David Michael Steinberg, 1981, edited and published on divinecosmos.com, 2001
Audio sources featuring David Wilcock divinecosmos.com (*1973) US American consciousness researcher, mystic filmmaker, lecturer, author
► Radio interview Synchronicity & Enlightenment, presented by US American talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, host George Noory (*1950), aired 19. August 2013, YouTube film, 39:00-2:33:59 duration, posted 20. August 2013
► Radio interview The Synchronicity Key, MP3, presented by web radio station The Awakening Zone, episode #2408, host Miriam Knight, 55:42 minutes duration, Friday, 13. September 2013
Further references:
OSIRIS NUMBER 9. The World's Oldest Puzzle on Processional Numbers, presented by gnostics.com, undated
The Precession of the Equinoxes, presented by ancient-wisdom.co.uk, undated
See also: ► Geschichte – History

Ten archetypal spiritual pathways

The Cosmic Equation A + B = 20 expresses oneness.

 

10 united pathways expressing the Cosmic Equation A+B = 20
PathTarot card ASymbol (Sign)Tarot card BSymbol (Sign)Cosmic equation
1.1st Tarot card (0)Fool (Sun)19th Tarot card (20)Moon (Moon)1+19 = 20
2.2nd Tarot card (1)Magician (Mercury)18th Tarot card (19)Star (Aquarius)2+18 = 20
3.3rd Tarot card (2)High Priestess (Earth)17th Tarot card (18)Tower of Destruction (Mars)3+17 = 20
4.4th Tarot card (3)Empress (Venus)16th Tarot card (17)Devil (Capricorn)4+16 = 20
5.5th Tarot card (4)Emperor (Aries)15th Tarot card (16)Temperance (Sagittarrius)5+15 = 20
6.6th Tarot card (5)Hierophant / Pope (Taurus)14th Tarot card (15)Death (Scorpio)6+14 = 20
7.7th Tarot card (6)Lovers (Gemini)13th Tarot card (14)Hanged Man (Neptune)7+13 = 20
8.8th Tarot card (7)Chariot (Cancer)12th Tarot card (13)Strength (Leo)8+12 = 20
9.9th Tarot card (8)Justice (Libra)11th Tarot card (12)Wheel of Fortune (Jupiter)9+11 = 20
10.10th Tarot card (9)Hermit (Virgo)10th Tarot card (11)Hermit (Virgo)10+10 = 20

 

Three basic rules express the meaning of each of the 22 Tarot cards:

  1. comes from the meaning of the previous card, using the principle of negation (i.e. unity in operation).
  2. diameter of the circle
  3. circumference of the circle.  

 

Source: ► Video presentation by Willem de Swart, B.Sc. (*1956) South African electrical engineer, numeric scientist,
Basic geometric structure of Major Arcana of Tarot, V1203.avi, produced in Johannesburg, South Africa, 9. March 2012,
YouTube film, 8:48 minutes duration, posted 10. March 2012
See also: ► Weg – Path

 

Links zum Thema Kreise und Kreisläufe / Circles

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Externe Weblinks

Schumpeter propagierte mindestens drei Geschäftszyklen in den 1940igern: 1) kurzzeitiger Zyklus, 2) mittelfristiger Zyklus von 7-11 Jahren, 3) 50-Jahre-Zyklus.

External web links (engl.)

Schumpeter proposed at least three business cycles in the 1940s: 1) short term, 2)  7-11 years, 3) 50 years.
Supercycle – Market trends, War cycles


Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)

  • Video interview with Boris Fritz, US American engineer, Northrop Grumman, holds three patents in aerospace, longterm student of ancient Eastern systems, The Yuga Cycles, location CPAK Conference, San Diego, 2007, presented by US American Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, host Regina Meredith, 35:03 minutes duration, January 2008   Subject to fee
  • Video presentation by Willem de Swart, B.Sc. (*1956) South African electrical engineer, numeric scientist, produced in Johannisburg, SA, 19. February 2012, YouTube film, posted 25. February 2012

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Robertino Solàrion, An Introduction To Galactic Mathematics

2 History of Joan of Arc, presented by historyworld.net

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