Viruses are tiny, infectious agents that cause disease in humans, animals, and plants.
Despite their destructive potential, viruses are also incredibly complex and mysterious organisms.
What if I told you that sacred geometry, the ancient study of patterns and shapes, holds the key to unlocking the secrets of viruses?
A fascinating connection has emerged— one that promises to deepen your understanding of viruses and potentially revolutionize how we can build resiliency against them.
Could it be that viruses are not just mindless pathogens, but rather intelligent creations with a purpose? Could they be here to teach us something about the nature of reality?
These are just some of the questions being raised by new research I’m sharing with you today.
Read on to discover:
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First, let's talk about viruses themselves. Viruses are incredibly small, much smaller than a single human cell. But within their minuscule structures, there lies an elegant geometry that scientists are only beginning to understand.
Viruses are microagents made of either DNA or RNA wrapped in proteins. Unlike living cells, they can't reproduce on their own and need to hijack other cells to replicate, causing infections.
Some examples of DNA (double-stranded molecule) viruses include:
Some examples of RNA (single-stranded molecule) viruses include:
Under a microscope, each virus reveals a unique and intricate molecular architecture. Each shape within the structure of a virus functions like operating instructions telling the virus how to behave.
One of the intriguing aspects of virus geometry is its symmetry. The icosahedron, a shape with 20 equilateral triangles, is one of the most common polyhedra found in viruses. Picture the shape of soccer balls and geodesic domes – the icosahedron shape is known for its strength and efficiency. This highly symmetrical structure allows viruses to be very efficient at replicating and spreading.
In 1956, the renowned scientists Francis Crick and James Watson, famous for their discovery of “the secret of life” – the DNA double helix, ventured into explaining virus structure. They proposed that viruses follow a form of symmetry found in the organization of their protein shells, known as capsids. The capsid protects its genetic material and is often shaped like a polyhedron. Viruses can only carry instructions for a limited number of different capsid proteins, which is why they are always symmetrical. (1)
Now that you can see how geometry is essential to the integrity of the outer shell of a virus - let’s go back to the core of a virus's structure: the DNA or RNA genome. I believe it’s important to understand how a virus's core is inextricably linked to metaphysics.
DNA and RNA are carriers of a massive amount of information that is constantly flowing back and forth between our metaphysical reality and the physical world. This feedback loop allows information from time and space to reconfigure the life-form and change the activation of certain genes.
The golden ratio, a mathematical constant that is found throughout nature, is essential for this feedback loop to occur. The golden ratio allows DNA and RNA molecules to be organized in a way that allows information to be compressed to an infinite point and flow back and forth between time and space.
In other words, the golden ratio structure of these molecules makes it possible for us to receive and transmit information from the metaphysical realm. This is all possible because fundamentally, the genetic codes within DNA and RNA are related to Platonic solids and the Fibonacci sequence. (2)
Now you can think of viruses, and your own body’s cells, as complex machines with specific parts made of geometric shapes. These geometric shapes help scientists identify where these parts fit together, similar to how jigsaw puzzle pieces come together to form a complete picture.
Take a moment to explore this geometric version of the Periodic Table of Elements. Each element, like oxygen, hydrogen, or carbon, has its unique place on this table. What's fascinating is that even these basic elements, the building blocks of everything around us, have their own distinct geometric makeup. This geometry, like a hidden code, helps scientists understand how these elements behave and combine to create everything we see and touch. (3)
In science, researchers have begun to explore how geometry affects stem cells. Stem cells are like the building blocks of the body, and geometric cues can guide their behavior. This insight could have significant implications for regenerative medicine and understanding how your body heals.
The University of Chicago published a study focusing on star and flower-shaped patterns. When exposing identical stem cells to these two different shapes, the outcome was drastically different. Stem cells exposed to star shapes became bone, whereas the stem cells exposed to the flower shape became fat cells. This means, there is a guiding force. The sacred geometric patterns of the universe provide information that weaves together the fabric of your very being! (4)
Scientists are also looking into how geometric patterns might help us fight viruses better.
Understanding virus geometry isn't just about appreciating their beauty; it's about unraveling the mysteries of how viruses work and, more importantly, how we might combat them. By studying these geometric patterns, scientists can gain insights into virus assembly. Viruses come in various shapes and sizes, and knowing their structures could help scientists create treatments and vaccines.
In the 1960’s architect Richard Buckminster Fuller built special domes that looked like giant soccer balls. Scientists studying tiny viruses saw these domes and got inspired. They used similar ideas to understand how viruses are put together. Fuller constructed a wooden model of the polio virus, a disease that tragically took his daughter's life. (1)
Scientists today use techniques like X-ray crystallography, electron microscopy, and simulations to see the tiniest details of viruses. Symmetry in a virus's shell, called capsid symmetry, is essential for its stability. Some viruses are spherical like icosahedrons, while others are more complex. This knowledge helps us develop vaccines and therapies. (5)
The synergy between geometry and science is evident in recent research during the C0V1D-19 pandemic, and understanding the structures of different viruses was crucial. Scientists used the shapes and patterns from sacred geometry to design special DNA structures. These structures are like tiny traps for viruses, including ones like SARS-CoV-2, which causes diseases. By using these geometric shapes, scientists have found a way to stop viruses from infecting cells. It's kind of like building a wall that the virus can't get through, and it's all based on the idea of balance and harmony found in sacred geometry. (4,6)
Imagine creating a molecule that precisely fits into a viral component, preventing it from functioning correctly. That's the power of understanding virus geometry—it's like knowing the enemy's blueprints.
In the intricate world of viruses, the hidden language of geometry has emerged as a powerful key to unlocking their secrets. This fusion of science and geometry offers hope in the ongoing battle against these tiny adversaries.
Nikola Tesla once said, "If you want to find the Secrets of the Universe, think in terms of Energy, Frequency, and Vibration." And in the realm of viruses and cells, it seems we should also think in terms of Geometry.
In our recent Vibrational Revelations episode, Alejandro and I delved into the vibrational frequencies of viruses, including SARS-CoV-2. Excitingly, we're introducing two new measurement categories: one for alignment with low-frequency AI agendas and another for alignment with human evolution.
Join our private community for an in-depth discussion on these topics and more! Together, we continue to unveil the universe's secrets.
It's essential to approach this newfound knowledge of the fascinating world of viruses and sacred geometry, with curiosity rather than fear. Remember, you have the power to view new information with compassion, love, and unity.
Viruses, bacteria, and parasites may seem mysterious, but they carry valuable information. How this information affects you depends on how you interpret it. This is clear with something like C0V1D-19, where people have different opinions. You can choose how to see this information, and sacred geometry can help you do it in a positive way.
What does this all mean? The truth is, no one has all the answers, but one thing is clear: Viruses and other entities are part of your awakening process. They challenge you to grow, explore, and take better care of your body. They contribute to your evolution in their own unique way.
I desire that you are encouraged to delve deeper, engage in important discussions, open new doors, and think outside the box. Whatever the source of this intelligence, its language is geometry, math, and vibration. The key is to determine which information is contributing to your personal growth and expansion.
So, as you reflect on all of this, ask yourself, "What does this mean to me?" The answer is something you are meant to discover on your unique journey.
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2. Hill, Vanessa, and Peter Rowlands. “(PDF) Nature’s Code - Researchgate.” Nature’s code, October 2008. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228347440_Nature’s_code.
3. José. “1045. The Periodic Table of Polyhedra.” 1045. The periodic table of polyhedra, January 1, 1970. http://joselorlop.blogspot.com/2016/12/1045-periodic-table-of-polyhedra.html?m=1.
4. Erlach, Thomas C. von, Sergio Bertazzo, Michele A. Wozniak, Christine-Maria Horejs, Stephanie A. Maynard, Simon Attwood, Benjamin K. Robinson, et al. “Cell-Geometry-Dependent Changes in Plasma Membrane Order Direct Stem Cell Signalling and Fate.” Nature News, February 12, 2018. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41563-017-0014-0.
5. MK, Parvez. “Geometric Architecture of Viruses.” World journal of virology. Accessed September 11, 2023. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32923381/.
6. Spatially patterned neutralizing icosahedral DNA ... - ACS publications. Accessed September 5, 2023. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jacs.2c02764.