- You Shall Not See Me Until You Say… BLESSED IS HE WHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD
- Do You Really Understand These Waves Of Energy?
If you’re reading this, then I’m sure that you’ve heard of these magical waves of energy that have been gracing our planet with their high vibrations lately. This is no coincidence, because they are FROM us, FOR us! I’m going to explain what they really are.
If you’ve been following along enough to know about these energies, then you should be aware that they are bringing high vibrations to us which is ‘raising’ the vibration of both Earth and ourselves. Many people may think this is coincidence, or even that it’s too coincidental to be true. But they have come because we have called. Look in your hearts, and you will remember! We have forgotten how to access our inner selves, and forgotten that we are in control of everything around us. As more people prepared for something to change, we actually created these ‘waves of energy’ in order to give us something to believe in that would help us raise our frequency. We just needed something to believe in!
If you haven’t figured out that we are all co-creators by now, well guess what? WE ARE ALL CO-CREATORS!:) As this world slowly conditioned us to subconsciously release our control and to forget that we create everything, we have become superstitious, we have worshiped, we have avoided even numbers, etc. We’ve done everything we can think of to try to create and give power to our own subconscious figures (inner self). We do this because, ultimately, we aren’t willing to accept responsibility for our fate. At the same time, we don’t want to give power to someone else so we create blame for our acts that were influenced negatively, and praise for acts that are influenced positively. It’s now our job to realize that both are still giving away all of your power!
Once these waves “pass by,” it will be up to us to keep ascending and keep raising the vibrations as much as we can! It will be up to us to realize that we have been ‘enlightened’ all along, we simply forgot how to access that part of ourselves. We have simply slowly given away bits of our power throughout this life to undoubtedly leave us powerless, and this journey is really just slowly regaining your power! Many agree that awakening begins with losing big parts of your life, which eventually you’ll laugh at! You’ll realize that you didn’t lose power, you were saved from being deceived into giving away your power any longer. But doesn’t it make sense that when you lose your perceived power, that you’d remember and hear your all powerful self inside telling you to get up off your ass and question everything until you figure out where your real power has gone?
If you haven’t heard, everything happens for a reason because you create the world around you. You create all the love and happiness in your life. You create all of the misery and hate in your life. You can choose to remember who you are and remove all negative energy from your life immediately. We are very powerful beings, as we are from the source of all that is. There is absolutely nothing, not even each other, that has access to more unconditional love (power) than we do. As more and more of us wake up and take back our power, the more we can truly regain the forgotten power of our collected consciousness.
It’s funny, the ‘ego’ of our mind is obsessed with making itself stand out in order to feel special. Yet, it’s the fact that we’re all so similar and CONNECTED to each other that makes us truly special. We need to use these waves of energy to help us remember who we are and to regain control of all our power, and we will do so much more than awaken the Earth, we will begin to believe in ourselves again! And that, my friends, is the beginning of heaven on earth. I hope that all of you will choose to stand up and take back all of your power.
- “God’s Number”: The Origins of One
According to Plotinus (Greek philosopher of the 3rd century AC), ‘One’ is the ultimate reality and source of all existence (Yael, 2006). Philo of Alexandria (Jewish-Egyptian philosopher born during the 1st century BC) regarded the number one as God’s number, and the basis for all numbers (“De Allegoriis Legum,” ii.12 [i.66]). Like all truths, the fundamental nature of One is recurrent in time. An example is the evolution of the written sign 1. As the picture below shows, it started with a horizontal line used by the Indians, and mutated and evolved until it recurred again as a line, this time vertical. The quest for the meaning of One is ongoing still today. For example, in the beginning of last century, the mystic mathematical genius Ramanujan believed that all units emerge from a product between zero and infinity (Saymal and Ravi, 2016). And in this matter, who are we to question the man who knew infinity.
The more one wonders about something, the more one tends to question the foundations of knowledge. Our limitation is first and foremost our foundations. How did the ancients define One? How does a child acquire the concept of unity? These questions are not dissimilar. The concept of one or unit emerges from repetition. Without a recurring pattern, there could be no unit. If the universe was never repetitive, patterns would not exist, and neither would our ability to categorize and analyse our surroundings. There is an underlying universal gear that drives all creation. From reality, an entity emerges when our brain acknowledges both the existence of a pattern, and its disappearance. For example, the pattern of an apple repeats itself in the next apple. Conversely, it disappears in the space surrounding the apples. That is to say, our mind creates an invisible border that delimits an inside (the pattern, the apple, which typically is red or green with a round type of shape, and a little branch exiting from the top) from an outside (the “not” pattern, “not” apple which is for instance the tree, or the ground where the apple fell). This notion of separation between what “is” gave birth to the number 1, and the interaction of different “1”s gave birth to geometry and mathematics.
Life of Fermat
Fermat was a rogue philosopher and mathematician of the 17th century. His interest was not in publishing articles, as indeed, he published none. It was his son that made his work known after he passed away. His interest was to discover the unknown. And to that end, he was quite successful. His famous Last Theorem was first discovered in the margin of his copy of an edition of Diophantus, and included the statement that the margin was too small to include the proof (Singh, 2002). No written account was found of this proof. The apparent simplicity of the proof (as suggested by Fermat’s statement) eluded mathematicians for centuries, including great names in mathematics such as Gauss. His sole interest in integers makes one wonder how deep did he go to search for answers. Did he go deep enough to question the meaning of an integer? Did he search for its meaning only with mathematics, or did he expand into geometry? Alas, did a mathematical-geometrical perspective of the meaning of an integer provided him with the tools to solve his (Fermat) last theorem?
Last year (2016), in the Ancient Origins article entitled “Ancient Babylonian use of the Pythagorean Theorem and Its Three Dimensions”, Dr. Luis Teia presented the proof of the Pythagoras’ theorem in 3D. This year, Dr. Teia explains in his recent (Feb 2017) peer reviewed paper, entitled Fermat’s Theorem – a Geometrical View published in the Journal of Mathematics Research, how this 3D understanding of the Pythagoras’ Theorem provided the geometrical foundation to prove Fermat’s Last Theorem.
Fermat’s Last Theorem, also known as Fermat’s conjecture, is more than just about triples, it is about the fundamental nature of an integer number, and it’s mathematical and geometrical meaning. It raises the philosophical question: What is a unit? In the language of mathematics, a unit is defined by the number 1. In the language of geometry, a unit is defined by an element of side length one. A perspective of a problem depends on the language we use to observe it, and a change in perspective is often all it takes to see the solution. Fundamentally, Teias’ proof states (as the picture below shows) that there are no geometrical integers (no unitary divisible octahedrons, which are the foundation of the Pythagoras theorem in 3D) in the realm of the three-dimensional Pythagoras’ theorem, nor in all higher dimension.
The foundation – the meaning of One – is evolving. How will it look in 1,000 years? Will our expression of it complete the cycle, and return back to being a horizontal line? Will our mathematical understanding of reality become once again complemented by Euclidean geometry? Will our notion of what is an integer and how it impacts any theorem (including Fermat’s Theorem) evolved alongside it? Teia’s discovery contributes to answering these questions (about the meaning of One, an Integer and Fermat’s Last Theorem). There is no truth but the truth we find for ourselves, and this includes each individual’s truth and search for what is One. As for Dr. Luis Teia, his next challenge will be to explain the geometrical meaning of the work on partitions from the mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.
Top image: Mathematical symbols – Representational image only (public domain)
By Luis Teia
Yael R., (2006) “Plotinus’s conception of unity and multiplicity as the root to the medieval distinction between lux and lumen.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 37(3), pp. 379–397
Syamal K. S., Ravi, P. A., (2016) “Zero: A landmark discovery, the dreadful void, and the ultimate mind.” Academic Press, Elsevier, pp. 29 – 75.
Singh, S. (2002). “Fermat’s Last Theorem: The Story of a Riddle That Confounded The World’s Greatest Minds for 358 Years”, published via Amazon.
Teia, L. (2016). “Anatomy of the Pythagoras’ tree”, Australian Senior Mathematics Journal, 30, 38–47. [Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/313389694_Anatomy_of_the_Pythagoras%27_Tree ]
Teia, L. (2017). “Fermat’s Theorem – A Geometrical View”, Journal of Mathematics Research, 9(1), pp. 136–142. [Link: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/312607399_Fermat%27s_Theorem_-_a_Geometrical_View ]