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Crop circles as an educational tool

If we were to say that crop circles were here as an educational tool to take humanity to a higher level of understanding of sacred geometry and energy dynamics in shape and form what could we learn.

Well firstly even if they are 50% man made so what bet most of those boys know nothing of energy harmonics and the dynamic energy constant of the universe and theorems of particle matter in shape.

So what or where should we start in studying the patterns themselves.

Like all things at the beginning is always a good place to start but the beginning in this equation is not as simple as it sounds.

For instance particles of matter that have their own shape and form also harness their own energy signature from the universe itself. A dynamic force that exists everywhere and those particles of matter know exactly how to harness it through the art of geometric manipulation in shape so they hold themsleves in specific forms to maintain that force as a constant.

If the shape is the key then the scale of design must be varied relative to the energy you are trying to harness.

So the simpler the shape the lower the force the more complex the shape the higher the force.

MUch like a small magnifying glass can do a certain amount a larger one can do more so size also matters.

We observe molecules and atoms and protons and neutrons and particles of matter and never consider for one moment why they are the shape they are!

There is a good place to start!

128 Responses to “Crop circles as an educational tool”

  1. moryah4 Says:

    As a laymen if you have ever wondered why the circular enclosure of Crop Circle designs designs check out Ilexa Yardley’s website who it seems, in a very round-about way ,has come to know the meaning of the circle quite intimately.
    Yardley holds an MBA in finance from New York University as well as masters and bachelors degrees in education from the State University of New York. She also attended Harvard, Columbia and Rice Universities as a post-graduate student studying psychology, physics, mathematics, and philosophy. Yardley’s clients and employers have included A T &T, Mobil Oil, Phillip Morris, Bank of New York, Deutsche Banke, Credit Suisse First Boston, Merrill Lynch, and the US Treasury/Internal Revenue Service.
    Ilexa Yardley, Conservation of the Circle, and The Circular Theory
    By trade, Ilexa Yardley is a financial intermediary (www.YardleyandAssociates.com). In her spare time, and quite by accident, Yardley figured out the circle (as a scientific entity and process) is the obvious underlying dynamic present within, connecting, creating, and explaining, all entities and systems (so obvious we’re all, on some practical level, ‘missing’ it, and, yet, on another more intuitive level, we totally ‘get it.’). According to Yardley’s’Circular Theory,’ the circle is an obvious unifying entity AND process (science, philosophy, psychology, religion).
    Yardley’s books, Absolute Intelligence, Relative Realities, Opposite Approach, Partial Truth, and web-site, Circular-Theory.com, articulate the scientific principal, Conservation of the Circle, the most basic of basic ideas; that is, the circle is the basis for (creates and is) reality (science, philosophy, psychology, economics, mathematics, history, and art).
    Conservation of the Circle, or the ‘Circular Theory,’ is this: the circle conserves itself by expressing through ALL entities as opposite pairs, providing, and producing, as entity, and process, the ‘why’ and ‘how’ (and also the ‘what,’ ‘where,’ ‘when’) for everything. All entities, real, ideal, physical, and symbolic, occur as one side of an opposite pair, and every opposite pair is the diameter of an invisible, imaginary, circle. The circle causes the circle (particle is wave; substance is movement) creating everything else in, and as, its process. The ‘circle’ is always present. All relationships are circular (and this is a staggering thought).
    According to Yardley, Conservation of the Circle is the basis for Einstein’s Conservation of Energy. Energy and mass are in a circular relationship with each other creating, always, light. Conservation of Form provides the missing puzzle piece, analogous to Einstein’s theory, because form and substance are also in a circular relationship with each other, creating, always, sound. Conservation of the Circle ties light and sound together (solving the problem of ‘gravity’). “Once we see that light (linear movement or line) and sound (circular movement or curve) are different expressions or versions of the same ‘circle’ (movement), we have solved all of our remaining puzzles and mysteries (any and every movement is a circle, and everything ‘moves;’ sound and light are circular and linear movement creating integrated circles of varying size and speed; every wave, oscillation, or ‘beat,’ no matter its shape, is a circle).” Every entity is some combination of sound (curve/size) and light (line/speed) (and, thus, a ‘beat’ or oscillation).
    To understand any single entity or process we must analyze it against, and with, its opposite entity or process. All entities and processes are comprised of a set of opposite entities and processes. Understanding that the extraordinarily simple circle creates a set of circles so complex we cannot ’see’ them is a breathtaking insight that anyone can experience (all entities are ‘circles’ and all circles, independent of size, speed or location, are the same). According to Yardley, Conservation of the Circle, the circle beneath EVERY opposite pair, is certainly the most basic, and, therefore, the most important, idea, and discovery, of all time. Conservation of the Circle unifies, integrates, and equalizes, all people (places and things), and is, therefore, an essential, basic, creative, and hopeful humanistic idea, principal, and process.
    Yardley’s ideas integrate and build on the work of Thales, Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle, Hegel, Einstein, Jung, Newton and Noether. Conservation of the Circle is the physicist’s ‘theory of everything’ and the philosopher’s ‘infinite intelligence,’ solving the problem, finally, of the relationship between science and religion, and answering the age-old questions, ‘why are we here’ and ‘how do we operate.’ All entities, according to Yardley’s theory, are circles circling circles. The circle integrates everything with everything because all circles, independent of size or speed, are the same (in one dimension, all pi). The circle is the entity and process beneath all entities and processes. Finance and economics, commerce and trade, price and price movement are all based on the circle (cycles). An individual’s relationship to the, or a, market is a circle (circling circles). Investment, saving and spending are all created by, and creating, circles of circles.
    In finance, the circle is obvious: assets, liabilities, income, and expenses are connected and bound by the circle. Permanent prosperity is now within reach as we decide to apply circular principals in finance. The size of a project, or fortune, is determined by what the circler (person) decides to circle.
    Because the circle is a guaranteed 49-51%, every other day, every other person will decide to notice: everything’s a circle (no use arguing, 100% will NEVER agree on anything). But because the circle means everything is 50-50, we ALL have a shot at everything, at least sometimes, and this is the underlying foundation, or basis, for equality. Conservation of the Circle is the idea we need, and, now, have, to achieve World Peace because the circle is also the basis for conflict, arguments and a guaranteed ‘at least’ two points of view.
    o
    So, we can stop arguing now. (she says)
    o
    World Peace
    It’s All About the Circle
    o
    The Circular Theory is currently under scientific review. Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson, Phd, has discussed how it can be modeled for more rigorous scientific study in a talk at
    Lindau (July 2008) entitled ‘Which Way for Physics?’
    If you are a physicist, this it the unification idea (theory-of-everything) you (we) seek (need, now have).

    Check out her amazing website at relating to the Circular Theory
    http://www.circular-theory.com/circular-theory/

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