the great flow
The Diamond Code, defined by the interplaying dimensions of a circle and a square of equal diameters, has yet more in store for us.
The diamond’s long axis is defined by the circle’s diameter. The short, by the square’s measurement across. The frame rectangle’s ratio is about 1.27 : 1.
The longitudinal gap of 1728ac separating the frames of the two great continents, seemed to insist on some kind of connection. The gap was real, but the very number of the gap’s size was, too: 1728.
The long axes, by referring to the circle, sort of demand the circles to be exposed. Not only a gap defined by continental frames, but also the symbols explaining these images as symbol-bearing geometry, insist on a right to include hidden yet built-in stories.
I drew the circles. Immediately a new story revealed itself: The circles advocated the explaining away of the gap. They had met – touching one another at a certain point. No gap between them, and no intersection, just this slight yet precise touch. As far as my two-meter map could tell.
To excess, the point of touch was located on the very mid-world parallel! Quite exactly right north of Tenerife’s Pico del Teide.
Thus, the two connecting circles make a great figure-of-eight. And thus, also an image of a kind of flow. As if the separated East and West do (or shall, or must) belong together, communicate and interact.
Don’t we observe here a great symbol of unifying purpose, a breathing flow of energy (or how name it?) that incessantly pulsates, making the two great continents display a new yet ageless secret – of oneness?
The secret has been concealed by a vast, dividing ocean. It was quest-ioned, however, by the minimum gap and its Great Pyramid number, 1728. And now, at last, revealed by the joining circles.
So, our World is granted a most expressive image of Oneness, the Dia-mond Code acting as its precious indicator: Duality and unity exposed as independent yet interwoven qualities in one lucid World Concept. Only abstraction was able to reveal this message of unity. And thus, not to be interpreted as the opus of uniforming power, but of the powerful pulse of interplay and love. World unity is indeed a spiritual phenomenon.