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(6), Germany (7), Bulgaria, Sweden (9), France (10),
Czech Republic (11), Greece (12)

 

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The Flower of Life is an ancient symbol found throughout the world.
A fundamental pattern of sacred geometry. The flower of life encodes the structure of the fabric of our reality.
Nassim Haramein has recently shown that the flower of life pattern is also the key geometric pattern to describe quantum gravity.

 
In Haramein's peer-reviewed paper, "Quantum Gravity and Holographic Mass," it is shown that the 3D flower-of-life pattern can be used to describe the gravitational field of any object, filling any sphere (a proton, a planet, a galaxy) with tiny voxels (spherical pixels), which perfectly fill space and have the diameter of the Planck distance (the smallest possible vibration of the electromagnetic spectrum, or the size of a fundamental pixel of our reality).
 
Nassim calculates the information present within the volume of any sphere using the 3D flower-of-life pattern and compares it to the information projected holographically onto the surface of the sphere in a similarly 2D flower-of-life mosaic pattern to generate a geometric solution for the gravitational field. Something that has been right under our noses, or paws, in the case of the Fu Lions, all this time!
 
How did they know the geometry of the Planck-scale overlapping spherical oscillating waveforms that make up the proton, and hence, all atoms, and hence, all matter in the universe?
 
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16 hours ago, shabbirss said:
Scotland (1), Israel (2), China (3), Turkey (4), Egypt (5), India
(6), Germany (7), Bulgaria, Sweden (9), France (10),
Czech Republic (11), Greece (12)

 

289837573_337708838532063_3594778812255347896_n.jpg

 

The Flower of Life is an ancient symbol found throughout the world.
A fundamental pattern of sacred geometry. The flower of life encodes the structure of the fabric of our reality.
Nassim Haramein has recently shown that the flower of life pattern is also the key geometric pattern to describe quantum gravity.

 
In Haramein's peer-reviewed paper, "Quantum Gravity and Holographic Mass," it is shown that the 3D flower-of-life pattern can be used to describe the gravitational field of any object, filling any sphere (a proton, a planet, a galaxy) with tiny voxels (spherical pixels), which perfectly fill space and have the diameter of the Planck distance (the smallest possible vibration of the electromagnetic spectrum, or the size of a fundamental pixel of our reality).
 
Nassim calculates the information present within the volume of any sphere using the 3D flower-of-life pattern and compares it to the information projected holographically onto the surface of the sphere in a similarly 2D flower-of-life mosaic pattern to generate a geometric solution for the gravitational field. Something that has been right under our noses, or paws, in the case of the Fu Lions, all this time!
 
How did they know the geometry of the Planck-scale overlapping spherical oscillating waveforms that make up the proton, and hence, all atoms, and hence, all matter in the universe?
 

 

Does stolen history have the answer

 

https://stolenhistory.net/threads/the-lost-key-part-3-chapter-8.5612/

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