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Talisman geometry

on Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:54 pm
I would like to share some cool things once found out about the Talisman's geometry. Maybe I'm crazy but here we go!
First of all, not necessarily mind-blowing, but still pretty interesting. The ratio of the outer pyramid to the inner pyramid is exactly the golden ratio ( I took a long time measuring and even enlarged the Talisman online to get a more accurate measurement). If you don't know what the golden ratio is , then google it! It's fascinating (well for me at least)! I then found that the Talisman displayed on the loading screen for the mobile version of the Portal fits exactly into our physical Talismans. Is it just a coincidence? There's better stuff ahead, so just hold on! That was just for starters! So if you place your Talisman upside down over the image of the Talisman with the eye being in the same place, you will get the Star of David and two interlocking circles. The two interlocking circles are known by a few names, one being the Mandorla. Note that the Eye is actually formed by the overlapping of the two circles. Now I got this from a site about the Mandorla. I think it really applies to the Illuminati's teachings! Take a read!
"As human beings, we can exist on multiple planes of being; the one that we are usually most aware of, however, is the material world. By its nature, the material world is a place of duality – a place of opposites that we often experience as being in conflict with one another. Examples include heaven and earth, light and dark, masculine and feminine, loyalty and betrayal, to name but a few. The polarity between these opposites creates a fundamental tension at an evolutionary level that has the potential to be either profoundly destructive or powerfully generative and creative. The evidence of the destructive consequences of this tension lies all around us in the terrible scourges of war, inequality and conflict within and between individuals, groups and societies.
The key to transforming the destructive consequences of conflict into life-affirming outcomes lies in how we relate to the tension between opposites. When we can hold the tension within ourselves, bearing the pain, beauty and terror that this brings, we bring the two opposing elements together, creating a space in which the split between the two can be resolved. We call this space the 'mandorla' – a word derived from 'almond' in Italian, which refers to the almond shape created when two circles overlap. The mandorla also known as the 'Vesica Piscis' is the sacred space of our soul work; when we stand in this place, we have the ability to transform what once was a curse into powerful medicine for the soul. Its energy is that of the Father Mother Principle in the Divine Union, the Mother of all Forms and the Yin and Yang that has been known to us for decades."
So what does this all mean to you?
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Re: Talisman geometry

on Mon Sep 04, 2017 6:35 pm

It means you just verified some things I have been discovering also!
Wow!! I am super excited you posted this!
I'll make sure my tattoo is exactly the size of my talismans~
Thank you Josh!!!
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Re: Talisman geometry

on Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:41 pm
I found it really exciting especially the Mandorla space. I hope I got the spelling right otherwise please forgive me. I have read it before also but regarding talisman and it's association to this is beautiful.
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Re: Talisman geometry

on Tue Sep 05, 2017 11:50 am
I would definitely like to learn more about the Mandorla space. Thank you for sharing this.
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Re: Talisman geometry

on Tue Sep 05, 2017 2:46 pm
I've read this about 5 times and each time it intrigues me. Thank you for posting this!
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