FIRE ALTARS OF THE VEDAS – A LOGICAL PUZZLE FROM ANCIENT INDIA

“3D Thinking” Pages 67 to 72: Vedic Fire Altars present a logical puzzle for those building them. Firstly, the surface area has to be in direct proportion to the height of the individual whose task it is to construct the altar. Secondly, there is to be a precise alignment of the altar with the fourContinue reading FIRE ALTARS OF THE VEDAS – A LOGICAL PUZZLE FROM ANCIENT INDIA

DYNAMIC SPHERES: GOLDEN RATIO ARCHITECTURE

“3D Thinking” Page 288: A “Golden Ratio” structure extracted from a 3D lattice generated by the sphere cluster, HP1.3. See Page 271,¬†“3D THINKING ANIMATIONS.” The lattice is created by connecting the centers of the “Golden Ratio” spheres. The illustration shows how the lattice is generated and then how the ¬†structure is extracted from the space-fillingContinue reading DYNAMIC SPHERES: GOLDEN RATIO ARCHITECTURE

Geometry Divine Proportions

“3D Thinking” Pages 67, 75, 77, 210 to 213: Ideas of “Divine Proportions” originated in the distant past. For the Pythagoreans whole numbers resonated throughout the cosmos in sacred music, in geometry and in number. For the Harrapans of the Indus Valley they found expression in fire altars of different shapes but of constant areasContinue reading Geometry Divine Proportions