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Heptagon


Figure 20 – The creation of Zezulka’s Creative Four is composed of seven points. Seven is the beginning of all that is manifested.

Figure 20 – The creation of Zezulka’s Creative Four is composed of seven points.
Seven is the beginning of all that is manifested.



Figure 21 – The next symbol represents a heptagon

Figure 21 – The next symbol represents a heptagon

 

A heptagon – another shape of the 0, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 series. Seven is the penultimate number of the first, odd series, before nine; followed by the 2, 4, 6, 8 series like the even side of the same coin. Those with eyes will see.
 

There is no more important number than seven. It is the beginning, and without the beginning there is no end. In reality, all the levels are of the same value. My body’s nail cell constitutes a whole, just like a cell in my brain. Once we replace the contest (fight) with mutuality, other “things” will get better too.

Consider the Fibonacci sequence, approximating Φ which has a value of 1.618. This ratio and proportion number gives the golden ratio – the next part of understanding the “shape” of spacetime, particularly in the biological field. We too, like Pythagoreans, can comprehend the relation of a number and shape…

Plato is another philosopher who left us something significant, namely the affiliation between the shapes of the “Platonic solids” and EIUA being the elements of earth (E), air (I), water (U) and fire (A).

 
 
 
 
Tomáš Pfeiffer – SPACETIMESample from book Tomáš Pfeiffer – SPACETIME
Translated from the Czech original Časoprostor (ISBN 978-80-85238-39-6)
Published by © Tomáš Pfeiffer – Dimenze 2+2 Praha, Soukenická 21, 110 00 Praha 1,
Czech Republic, 8 March 2017, www.dub.cz, ISBN 978-8085238-38-9
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Bibliography: Josef Zezulka, BYTÍ - EXISTENCE - A Philosophy for Life, 30 March 2008
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