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“Water is the driving force of all nature.” -Leonardo da Vinci

Where there is water, there is life. That is what is so exciting about finding water on other planets, the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

Suomi NPP space telescope took this in 2012. Image credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring

Suomi NPP space telescope took this in 2012. Image credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring

Our planet’s surface is covered in mostly water. Our cells are made of mostly water. Seawater and blood are chemically similar. “[Seawater] has even been used in transfusions in emergency situations when blood or plasma wasn’t available and the patient needed to have his blood volume maintained.” –Source

I looked into the structure of water, and was surprised to find that scientists aren’t certain of the geometry of the water molecule. “A recent review listed 46 distinct models, so indirectly indicating their lack of success in quantitatively reproducing the properties of real water.” –Source

The most popular water model (SPC/E) lists the distance between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms at exactly 1 Å (1 angstrom = 10^-10 m). The angle between the hydrogen “arms” (shown as theta in the chart below) varies from 102.7° to 113.24° across the 46 models.



One of the most complex models, Six-site, has the angle at exactly 108°, well within the limits of the rest of the models. Knowing what I do about sacred geometry and the divine proportion, I’d like to propose my own water model. Here it is:

My water model

My water model

The beautiful thing about my model is that water is based on the pentagon/pentagram, the symbol of life. I wrote about this in my Snowflake and a Flower post back in 2011, “5 is the number of life.”

Furthermore, when water freezes, it spontaneously orders itself in hexagonal structures. I wrote, “6 is the number of structure.” Water is its own 6/5 relation, no flower needed.

You can see the hexagonal structure at the molecular scale…

The molecular structure of water ice. Image by P99am CC BY-SA 3.0

The molecular structure of water ice. Image by P99am CC BY-SA 3.0

…and much larger at the scale of snowflakes:


A question I posted on Facebook is, “How does each arm of a snowflake ‘know’ to grow itself in symmetry with the other arms? The arms are very far away from each other, atomically speaking. There must be a field that causes the spontaneous order to emerge.”

Some say it is sound that structures snowflakes but all you hear in a snowfall is silence. Some say it is the environmental conditions of pressure, temperature, humidity, etc that allows the crystals to grow exactly as they do. That is some “environment” or “music” to vary itself with such granularity such that every snowflake grown is unique.

My pond in winter

My pond in winter

Every snowflake appears to me like a crop circle design it is silent brilliance. If geometry were a song or a language then a snowfall would be a symphony or a work of treasured literature. If only we had the ears to hear or eyes to decode the geometric language, what we might learn!

“God geometrizes continually.” -Plato

There are 333 million cubic miles of water on Earth, an interesting volume. Of that only 0.003% is fresh, unpolluted water.

Fir0002/Flagstaffotos CC BY-NC

Fir0002/Flagstaffotos CC BY-NC

“You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” -Rumi


I’ve discovered amazing synchronistic connections between the former World Trade Center towers in NYC, an ancient temple on Malta, and Lake Nasser in Upper Egypt.

WTC Nasser1

I drew a line from the former location of the Great Spherical Caryatid (known as The Sphere) in between the WTC North and South Towers (destroyed on 9/11) to a point in Lake Nasser just south of the Aswan High Dam such that the line passes directly over the Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni on Malta.

Watch Bobzimmerfan’s video to understand the significance of The Sphere between the Twin Towers:

The Great Spherical Caryatid between the Twin Towers reminds me of Pomodoro’s series of Sphere within Sphere sculptures I mention many times in my video series. This Sphere represents the Earth (with 52 bronze panels representing weeks, rotating once every 24 hours) or bottom sephiroth in the kabbalistic Tree of Life.


The [Sphere] artwork was meant to symbolize world peace through world trade, and was placed at the center of a ring of fountains and other decorative touches designed by trade center architect Minoru Yamasaki to mimic the Grand Mosque of Mecca, Masjid al-Haram, in which The Sphere stood at the place of the Kaaba. –Source


The Kaaba in Mecca

It is a great irony that the official story of 9/11 is of Islamic terrorists who destroyed what the architect who designed the WTC saw as an exquisite monument to Islam.

Bobzimmerfan’s above video reveals that the term caryatid in the “Great Spherical Caryatid” means “replacement pillar”. Imagine an invisible pillar between the Two Towers.

If the twin towers represent Boaz and Jachin, severity and mildness, strength and beauty then the High Priestess Tarot card shows how the third pillar is the human body. The pomegranates are arranged in the Tree of Life pattern. The moon goddess Isis/Mary is holding the Torah.

High Priestess

Read on to find out why I drew the aforementioned line and how these sites are connected in meaningful and unexpected ways.

World Trade Center

An architect friend David Shipway had a hunch that the original Twin Towers might match the proportions of the columns of Boaz and Jachin (as described in the Bible) that were part of Solomon’s temple and a part of every Freemasonic lodge in the world. I made a model in SketchUp and verified this is indeed the case. The Twin Towers are overlaid as rectangles, drawn with real-world proportions:

BoazJachin WTC Proportions

Recall that Towers 1 and 2 had 110 stories each. If you include the roof level, the North and South towers had 111 floors.


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If you read my post on Repeating Ones you might recall that after analyzing many pairs of obelisks, minarets, pillars, and towers I came to the conclusion that they all symbolize the two halves of the human brain. Here’s what I said:

My personal opinion about what 11 is all about is integrating our bicameral minds into a state of balanced consciousness. Schooling emphasizes the left brain at the expense of the right. Advancement in society is almost entirely a left brained affair. The feminine right side of our consciousness is being systematically suppressed.

Cerebral lobes

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At Bruce Lipton‘s open evening talk at Hollyhock that I recently attended he said,

“9/11 destroyed the intelligence of an entire nation.”

After discovering the work of Dr. Judy Wood I have to agree with Bruce. Andrew Johnson contacted me and suggested that I listen to his interview and Dr. Wood’s interview on Red Ice radio. I did and are these topics ever secrets in plain sight !

How buildings turned to dust before our eyes and why many still can’t put two and two together is astounding. The War on Terror/Terra is literally a War On Consciousness. It has largely shut down critical thinking in large numbers of people.

WTC dust

Image source

Consider the parallels with this Tarot card:

The Tower

Do you believe in Magick? How about directed energy weapons?

Hypogeum of Hal-Saflieni

This 5600 year old underground temple consists of halls, chambers and passages hewn out of the living rock. The site was discovered accidentally by a stone mason in 1902.

The Hypogeum was depicted on a 2 cents 5 mils stamp issued in the Maltese Islands in 1980 to commemorate the acceptance by UNESCO of this unique structure in the World Heritage Site list.

Hal Salflieni

I was reading an article about the Hypogeum at that really resonated with me:

Science Officer at the Hypogeum, Joseph Farrugia describes unusual sound effects in the UNESCO World Heritage Site: “There is a small niche in what we call ‘The Oracle Chamber’, and if someone with a deep voice speaks inside, the voice echoes all over the hypogeum. The resonance in the ancient temple is something exceptional. You can hear the voice rumbling all over.”

Linda Eneix, President of The Old Temples Study Foundation Foundation, dedicated to archaeology research and education related to the ancient temples of Mediterranean Malta says, “Standing in the Hypogeum is like being inside a giant bell…you feel the sound in your bones as much as you hear it with your ears. It’s really thrilling!” –Source

OK that may be interesting, but so what? Here are the facts that floored me:

“Stone rooms in ancient temples in Malta were found to match the same pattern of resonance, registering at the frequency of 110 or 111 hz. This turns out to be a significant level for the human brain. Whether it was deliberate or not, the people who spent time in such an environment were exposing themselves to vibrations that impacted their minds.

Findings indicated that at 110 hz the patterns of activity over the prefrontal cortex abruptly shifted, resulting in a relative deactivation of the language center and a temporary switching from left to right-sided dominance related to emotional processing. People regularly exposed to resonant sound in the frequency of 110 or 111 hz would have been “turning on” an area of the brain that bio-behavioral scientists believe relates to mood, empathy and social behavior.” –Source

So the 110-111 hz signal helps us to integrate the two halves of the brain into a state of balanced consciousness.


To get a better sense of this I used a sound generator to create the following track which plays two sawtooth signals at 110 hz and 111 hz. It’s nothing like the resonance one must experience in the Hypogeum but it’s as close as I can get without traveling to Malta.

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The same article on Viewzone goes on to describe how omphalos stones were discovered deep in ancient Maltese temples. This rang a few more bells in my head and ties in perfectly with my post on Omphale.

Be sure to also check out my post on Tina Silver’s discovery of The Temple of Woman which is about a mile and a half from the Hypogeum of Hal-Saflieni in Valetta.

It’s amazing how so much of what I’m tuning into is interconnected. I am led forward by “coincidence” if you believe there truly is such a thing. As for me, I’m not so sure.

The Healing Voice

Two nights ago I just went to another opening evening at Hollyhock, this time with Jill Purce (whose husband is the very interesting Rupert Sheldrake best known for his theories of morphic resonance). Jill gave a fascinating and brilliant talk about sound. She says we have lost our voices in modern times. People in the past more or less were continually singing when they worked. The song did the work. She posed the question of if we are to sing what song will it be? She concluded that one note is all that is needed. You can’t be out of tune if you are only singing one note.

After she concluded the talking portion of the evening she gave a mind-blowing demonstration of this one note in the form of overtone chanting.

Overtone chanting makes audible the natural harmonic spectrum of the voice in its pure rainbow colours, so that unearthly, angelic and bell-like tones are heard floating above the deep voices of the chanters.

It is a form of chanting on one note where the partials – constituent parts (overtones or harmonics) are selectively amplified by changing the shape of the resonant cavities of the mouth, larynx and pharynx. These notes are always present in any note, but while they colour the note and give it its quality they are usually inaudible.  –Source

This one note contains an abundance of overtones like white light which contains a rainbow of colours. I wonder if this one note doesn’t hover around 110-111 hz? It seems to me that this must be the one note that was sung in the Hypogeum and probably at many ancient temples around the world.

This one note reminds me of Aum, the great omnific word behind all creation:


Aum is pronounced in three sounds – A (aaa) , U (ooooo) and M (mmmmm) and signifies Right (A) and Left (U) Sympathetic Nervous Systems (SNS) and (M) Parasympathetic Nervous System. Right SNS (controlled by Left part of brain) looks after the actional aspect where as the left SNS [controlled by the Right part of the brian] looks after the emotional aspect of human beings. –Source

Lake Nasser

Lake Nasser was created with the completion of the Aswan High Dam which I’ve mentioned in several previous posts. I did a fair bit of research but wasn’t able to locate the precise GPS coordinates of the original sites of the Temples of Dendur, Debod, Taffeh, and Ellesyia which nonetheless are in today’s Lake Nasser. UNESCO spearheaded the rescue of the Nubian monuments from Philae to Abu Simbel in the 1960’s. These temples were moved to New York, Madrid, Leiden, and Turin.

The point at the end of the line is north of Abu Simbel and south of Aswan and Philae, right where these four ancient Isis temples were originally located. Perhaps the circle is a bullseye on one of the temples?


Here’s another coincidence:

Lake Nasser holds 111 cubic kilometers of water –Source

Other Encoded 110-111s

As I mentioned in my Snowflake and the Flower post, the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth UK is 555 feet high but its roof is 110 meters high.

450px Spinnaker Tower mascot

Image courtesy Unisouth under the  Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license

One Times Square, also known as the Crossroads of the World at 42nd and Broadway, is 111 meters in height. This is the location of the 77 foot Time Ball Drop mega-ritual that has been happening there on New Year’s Eve since 1907.

Times Square Evening

Image courtesy Michael McDonough under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

As mentioned in Geomantic Triangles, the Flagler Obelisk which marks one corner of the Bermuda Triangle is 110 feet high.

Flagler island monument 1922

Flagler Monument Island

In my Paris Part 3 episode I discuss the many secrets encoded in the Grande Arche in La Defense.
One such fact is that the structure’s height is 110 meters.
Grande Arche depicted in the center
I couldn’t make this stuff up if I tried. The truth is stranger than fiction. Speaking of, this just in…
The Rising memorial, created by architect Frederic Schwartz, honors the 109 men and women of Westchester County who were victims of the 9/11 event.
Image courtesy Bo Gehring under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

From the base, 109 steel rods, one for each of the victims remembered by this memorial, extend like spokes of a wheel which then intertwine. A 110th rod was crafted for the memorial as well, but that rod was cut apart so that each portion could be presented to an individual who helped make this memorial possible. –Source

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