O-Day - Morning, not mourning
As we move to explore working technologies, let's be aware of the potential challenges and their possible remedies.
LIVESTREAMED on 12 Feb 2023 @ 21:00 CET
In my judgement, the GEET reactor invented by the late Paul Pantone, uses coherent matter brought into existence by the fractal toroidal moment. We can see the emissions of coherent matter travelling waves, similar to those identified in Henk Jurrien and Dave Boutilier’s VEGA experiments, in this video of a reactor found by Artefact (use , or < and . or > on your keyboard to step through frames).
Slow motion of section from above video
As there are now people out there that either don’t know they have re-invented a GEET device, or do and are not being forthright. Safety has to be considered as the Coherent Matter Travelling Wave emissions are not the only potential interaction that a Fractal Toroidal system can have with its surroundings.
Here is a system being discussed on Friday 10th February 2023 that looks a whole lot like a GEET.
At the beginning of 2018, Juri Bazhutov died and it was blamed on experiements. As leader of the Russian “Cold Nuclear Transmutation and Ball Lightning” research community, it sent them into a panic quite frankly and research was halted until Strange Radiation was understood. Here is the recording of the meeting following his death.
We need to treat this with respect.
Link to a paper that includes the Coptic Christian stone carving
Paul Pantones Book (read page 31) on Scribd
Discussion in early 2018 by Russian scientists on risks of this technology.
Statements made by Romanian Senator Diana Sosoaca regarding Turkey
Thales of Miletus - Father of Science and the “Thales Theorem”
Anaximander - “was an early proponent of science and tried to observe and explain different aspects of the universe, with a particular interest in its origins, claiming that nature is ruled by laws, just like human societies, and anything that disturbs the balance of nature does not last long.”
“Indicating Electrolysis - Breaking up (water) isn't hard to do.” - how to show the Yin-Yang / Ionic Column capital in simple electrolysis experiments.
I've done a small reverse engineering on the carving like I did on the Cologne Cathedral (link in other post in this thread) to try to see how specific the design of the carving is.
There are not many random details in the carving at all and it's very precisely composed with phi ratios and other division ratios. Here is the link to the PDF.
I've looked at the ratios derived from the outer dimensions only and annotated some of the interesting correlating points and edges. I suspect that there are many more ratios to be found since I've only "reverse engineered" it from outer dimensions only. I found it curious that centermark of the right circle isn't symmetrical with the left but has a pretty specific phi ratio offset between a couple of other phi ratios. I've designed a lot of graphic and architectural designs with templates like these, and this carving adheres pretty precisely to it. Including Bob's conclusions it is by any means definitely not a random design in any way.
Imagine a world where scientists have to resort to making art in order to communicate their theories XD
Hey Thanks for sharing the Carving and the impressive reverse engineering on that artwork or scientific document, I've never ran into the Sothic Triangle even though I use geometry a lot for design. I find Golden ratio's and other proportions in old world masonry very intriguing and sometimes reverse engineer architectural landmarks for fun, just to sort of decode their design process.
Anyhow, I've added some of the Sothic Triangle Crop circle torids onto the Cologne Cathedral drawings I've been playing with. Always get some nice patterns and alignments overlaying the architecture. Lot's of fun.
I might make a high resolution photo of the cathedral West Side soon and try to overlay that one. These drawings aren't 100% perfect, and the ALA MY watermarks aren't aligning right with my proportional templates ;). Anyhow what were those biggest bells in the entire world for? Just noise huh?