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The “Flower of Life” (fifth analysis)

CHAPTER 19

THE “FLOWER OF LIFE”
(fifth analysis) 

Since I remain obliged to finish part of the fourth analysis of the fourth ring of the “Flower of Life” from the 12 poles of the fifth ring respectively or of its circumscribed circle, I will execute this in a couple of pages along with its definitive fourth depiction and then move onward to the fifth circle of the “flower of life” with all five of its radiuses from its 6 poles, which of themselves, particularly with a few divisions that are “sure” along with one that is uncertain; because as we have seen, a greater number of divisions calls forth greater possibilities of error with the use of this primitive tool of ours – the compass. It could be that I’m repeating myself but this is more like my “cry for help” to this new, progressive and technologically advanced and sufficiently mature generation to direct their attention to things that will soon be indispensable and relevant in the “newness” that is certainly approaching in many branches of science and technology. So, whether we like it or not, we will have to move on into a new age of technology, the way mankind has already gone through various other periods, if for nothing else, then at least to acquire knowledge that leads to new possibilities, which in spite of what is now new, we cannot even foresee. It is not possible to determine in advance how good or how bad this is, but if we follow the principle of equilibrium, or of the ancient saying: „Where there is bad, there is always more good”. It is up to us to choose and decide which road to take as it was, according to legend, given to the ancients. Judging from the history of humankind we have gone through various phases, although many will say that these phases did not teach us anything. I wouldn’t agree, because progress on this road of ours surely exists, and just like in school, we have to go through some segments over and over again, supplementing them with what we do not know, to make our “final achievement” successful. Perhaps this analysis of the “Flower of Life” might, on the dot, clarify my message when in the final and complete depiction I illustrate the high idiosyncrasy and beauty of the “Flower of Life”. I sincerely look forward to this and I’m sure I won’t be alone, because whoever has seen the “Flower of Life” in its simplicity, will now see it a bit differently… in its attachment to “angelic geometry” – only with a compass, and that would be the “cry for help” – to programmers to accept the challenge. 

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So, let’s start with the “rainbow” – the fifth ring (described circle) of the “flower of life” from 12 poles of the fourth ring. 

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A constellation forms outside of the “flower’s” described circle and inside the initial circle within it. Sets of intersections each with their specific radiuses. So, let’s see how they divide the arc of the described circle of the “flower of life”. 

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First, the last intersections. Their radius divides the described circle of the “flower of life” into 8 parts – a spherical star-shaped octagon. 

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The third external intersections (we skip the second) divide the circle into 16 parts. (Angular magnitudes are acquired by formula: 360° divided by the number of divisions) 

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The fifth external intersections (the fourth is skipped) divide the described circle of the “flower of life” into 13 parts. 

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And the sixth intersections divide it into 11 parts. We do not analyze the interior ones since they demand an accuracy that cannot be achieved with a compass.

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As a final constellation we present the “depiction” of all five rings of the “flower of life” from the 12 poles of the fourth ring. 

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That would be the construction of 12 poles of the fourth ring. Just by briefly looking at it tells us how much has been deliberately omitted because of the singular analysis and drawing only with semicircles. Unfortunately, such analyses will have to wait “for some other times”.

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We won’t waste time, so let’s go on to the fifth ring and all the other radii intersections of the “flower of life” from 6 poles of its described circle. 

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Therefore, let’s start with the same radius as the radius of the described circle (in the first book we have already established that its division forms a trisection code on its initial circle – the first ring – which it divides into 18 parts –20° angle). The intersections of the described circle’s radius now divide the circle into 3 parts (a spherical equilateral triangle – from one pole – the peak pole).  

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The fourth ring. Its constellation of 6 poles of the fifth circle.

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The exterior intersections divide the described circle (their radius), the fifth ring – circle of the „flower of life“ into 24 parts. 

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Circles of the third ring of 6 poles of the fifth ring of the “flower of life”. 

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They form one internal and one external radius of the “flower of life”. 

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On the internal radius we implement full-circle drawing, but here we detect some imprecision – a large number of divisions – approximations – hence we don’t take this detail seriously but use it to show why there is a need for inventing an “electronic compass”. 

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The external radius is acceptable. It divides the arc of the described circle of the “flower of life” into 40 parts.

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The second ring of the “flower’s” intersections from 6 poles of the fifth ring. – External intersections. 

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The radius of these external intersections divide the described circle of the “flower of life” into 36 parts. Don’t forget: division always starts from the peak pole and goes on until we come back to that pole. 

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These were a few examples of the fifth analysis of the “flower of life”. Five rings – five radiuses of 6 poles of the fifth ring and the effect of the new radiuses on it (on the “flower’s” described circle). 

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This is what the analysis of the fifth ring and others of its 6 poles would look like. It is just a partial analysis but it gives geometric progressions of angle magnitudes, and they are a step closer to our gaining knowledge about the “flower of life”.

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Closing words regarding the fifth analysis

I must admit that as of lately I have more than otherwise thought of discontinuing this manner of spherical geometry only with a compass, and it could be that the reason, or one of the reasons is because this geometry, this orbicular mode, does not belong to us human beings since we are accustomed to additional rectilinear drawing on the one hand and on the other hand it is so ancient that it only belongs to times long past. Regardless of whether I admit it or not, I sometimes believe it is not of our humankind. Who knows? Perhaps stories, legends, myths could help me, or somebody who to this very day still safeguards the holiness of the “Flower of Life”. For example, in India or in China’s “Forbidden City”. The Cabalists in Israel are somewhat too esoteric, the Egyptians lack consideration for it, in spite of its being marked in Abidos by the Creator and found in the ruins of “something”, as verified by everyone, that came into existence earlier than the pharaohs (irrespective of the stories that it was drawn by the followers of Pythagoras) – but if they actually had knowledge of its meaning, then there would no longer be any enigmas. But “somebody” did know and transferred it all over the world. Who? Nobody knows.

All these unknowns are a bit tiresome to the mind, but nevertheless something keeps driving me onward, especially when after arduous analyzing I achieve a compact depiction – a partial analysis of the “Flower of Life”, even though I realize that this is just a component because the analysis was only effected on the circumscribed ring, which means that it was unilateral. And what would it be if all other components were analyzed? Judge that for yourself, because it confirms what I have recently said: “beyond the hill of the horizon lies another hill”. And at this point a man does not know whether to mourn or rejoice. I say this irrespective of other men, for if I had listened to the judgements of people belonging to the present time, I never would have come this far on this geometrical road. I’m certain that all this is for some future generation, and as for this one, only for those who possess a different spirit.

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4 Responses to “The “Flower of Life” (fifth analysis)”

  1. Kriztovel says:

    I was plagued by a vision of 10 circles evenly divided inside one circle as well as a ten-pointed star. Before i read your article, i thought it to have a divine meaning, or divine symmetry. I now you have confirmed it that i was right about what it means. I really enjoyed your article.

  2. […] and taking it further you can get a 16-pointed star (right). I recommend that you read check out The “Flower of Life” (fifth analysis) for more […]

  3. Marcus Kennedy says:

    Are you familiar with the”circle of fifths”, in music theory? Think it has to do with octaves & such…n? And if so does this have the same exact meaning in principle?

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