
The titles of my books are "Extrasensory perception of quarks", "Remote viewing of subatomic particles: anima  a yogic siddhi", "ESP of quarks and superstrings" and "The Mathematical Connection between Religion and Science".
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Recent discoveries in particle physics and superstring theory that may relate to the micropsi observations of quarks and subquarks by Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater.
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Contents of "The mathematical connection between religion and science".
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A search form.
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An animated construction of the Sri Yantra.
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The real "God Particle" is the UPA paranormally described over a century ago.
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Excerpt from "Occult Investigations."
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How sacred geometries embody the number 137 determining the finestructure constant and its connection to the superstring structural parameter 168.
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Rare audio tape of talk by Charles W. Leadbeater
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Description of Stephen Phillips' new book.
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Three videos on the life and work of Annie Besant.
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Video about the Standard Model of particle physics.
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Video explaining the nature of matter and its forces
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A video explains quarks in terms of the Standard Model.
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The video explains gluons in terms of the Standard Model.
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The Standard Model explains electrons, protons and neutrons.
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Thge Standard Model explains neutrinos.
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We explore different historical concepts of the fourth dimension of space discussed by Poincare, Blavatsky, Leadbeater, Hinton (tesseract), Bragdon & Ouspensky.
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A Tetrad Principle is formulated that reveals the Pythagorean nature of the parameters determining superstring and bosonic string theories.
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The Theosophists' "physical plane" is related to 26dimensional spacetime and etheric matter is identified as the shadow matter predicted by E8xE8 heterotic superstring theory.
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The true nature of the sacred geometry of the five Platonic solids is revealed.
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The Godnames of the ten Sephiroth prescribe the inner Tree of Life, the first (6+6) enfolded polygons and the (7+7) enfolded polygons encoding CTOL.
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The superstring described with micropsi by Besant & Leadbeater is shown to be the microcosmic counterpart of the cosmic physical plane.
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Superstring structure and dynamics are encoded in the 41tree.
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The first (5+5) enfolded polygons encode the finestructure constant, superstring structural parameters and the human skeleton.
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The first four polygons of the iner Tree of Life encode superstring structural parameters.
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The square encodes structural and dynamical parameters of the superstring.
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The dodecagon is the polygonal Tree of Life because it embodies holistic parameters.
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The meaning of Plato's Lambda and its equivalence to the Tree of Life.
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The tetrahedral generalisation of Plato's Lambda Tetractys is described.
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An analogy is explored between the ten whorls of the superstring and the musical potential of a 10stringed harp.
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The mathematical basis of the ancient Greek musical modes is analyzed and compared with the equaltempered scale.
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Connection is made between the micropsi description of the UPA/superstring, the Fano plane, the Kleinquartic equation and the Lie group E8.
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The intervals between notes in the seven musical scales is analysed and shown to be prescribed by the Godnames. Parallels are made between the UPA/superstring structural parameter 168, octonions, the Klein quartic and the seven musical scales.
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The TitiusBode law is generalised in order to include Neptune and Pluto. An octet pattern appears that is analogous to the octets of electrons in atoms, baryons & mesons, the notes of the octave and the eight unit octonions.
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The I Ching table of 64 hexagrams encodes planetary distances, the oscillations of superstrings and their unified force.
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Parallels are made between the eight trigrams of the I Ching table, the eight church modes and other 8fold systems.
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The algebraic, arithmetic and geometric meaning of the 64 hexagrams in I Ching is given.
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Isomorphism is established between the I Ching table of 64 hexagrams, the 3x3x3 array of cubes and the Klein Configuration.
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The polyhedral counterpart of the Tree of Life is shown to consist of a polyhedron with 144 faces and the disdyakis triacontahedron with 120 faces.
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The faces of the 28 polyhedra contained in the disdyakis triacontahedron as the polyhedral Tree of Life contain 3360 hexagonal yods/ They denote the number of oscillatory waves in the ten whorls of the E8xE8 heterotic superstring described by Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater.
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The 33 layers of vertices of the disdyakis triacontahedron correspond to the 33 tree levels of ten overlapping Trees of Life.
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It is shown that the disdyakis triacontahedron is a geometrical counterpart of the intervals between the notes in the seven musical scales.
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The superstring structural parameter recorded by Besant and Leadbeater is shown to be embodied in the disdyakis triacontahedron.
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The inner Tree of Life and the disdyakis triacontahedron encode the roots of the superstring gauge symmetry group E8.
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The triakis tetrahedron and the disdyakis triacontahedron embody the finestructure constant number 137.
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The triakis tetrahedron, the disdyakis triacontahedron and Plato's Lambda tetractys are shown to be equivalent.
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The composition of intervals in the eight church modes is related to the polyhedral Tree of Life.
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The bone and acupoint compositions of the human body are derived form its Tree of Life representation.
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The human axial skeleton is shown to be the trunk of the Tree of Life.
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The bones of the human skeleton, the superstring symmetry groups E8 & E8xE8 and superstring structural parameters are encoded in the seven layers of vertices of the disdyakis triacontahedon.
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The Sri Yantra is equivalent to the Tree of Life. It embodies the superstring structural parameter 336.
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The 15 polygons defined by the vertices of the disdyakis triacontahedron encode the dimension 248 of the superstring symmetry group E8 and the 840 spirillae in each half of a whorl of the UPA.
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The Tree of Life pattern of seven octaves of the seven musical scales and their counterpart in the disdaykis triacontahedron.
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The disdyakis triacontahedron as the polyhedral representation of the intervals between the notes in the seven musical scales.
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The 64x3 pattern of intervals between notes in the seven musical scales is compared with the 64 trigrams in the I Ching table and the 64 triplets of yods in each half of the Sri Yantra.
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The polyhedral Tree of Life is encoded in its polygonal counterpart.
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The sacred geometries of the Tree of Life, the Sri Yantra, the I Ching table and the disdyakis triacontahedron are shown to be equivalent.
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The sacred geometries of the Tree of Life, the Sri Yantra, the I Ching table and the disdyakis triacontahedron are shown to be equivalent.
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The sacred geometries of the Tree of Life, the Sri Yantra, the I Ching table and the disdyakis triacontahedron are shown to be equivalent.
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When the polygons of the inner Tree of Life are regarded as the bases of pyramids, the latter encode the superstring structural parameters 336 and 16800. They also encode the bones of the human body.
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The eight Church musical modes are compared with the human skeleton as holistic systems.
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The 168 automorphisms of the Klein quartic tessellated on the 3torus are shown to have a Tree of Life nature.
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The disdyakis triacontahedron encodes CTOL and the superstring structural parameter 1680.
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The 1680 1storder spirillae of a whorl of the heterotic superstring as 1680 harmonics of the Pythagorean musical scale.
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Sacred geometries encode the 64 codons of mRNA and the 64 anticodons of tRNA.
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The polyhedral Tree of Life is encoded in its polygonal counterpart.
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Sacred geometries encode structural/dynamical properties of the E8xE8 heterotic superstring and the codon pattern of DNA.
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The two sets of the first four enfolded polygons encode the 248 roots of the superstring gauge symmetry group E8.
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Different sacred geometries are equivalent representations of all levels of reality.
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How the Golden Ratio, Fibonacci & Lucas numbers appear in sacred geometries.
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The Golden Ratio, Lucas and Fibonacci numbers in sacred geometries.
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The connection between Fibonacci numbers and the Pythagorean musical scale is analogous to how they appear in the Platonic solids and other sacred geometries.
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The Godnames EHYEH, YAH & YAHWEH determine the root structure and dimension of E8.
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Four sacred geometries  the inner Tree of Life, the first three Platonic solids, the Sri Yantra & the disdyakis triacontahedron  are shown to have a 10x24 division that manifests as the UPA/subquark state of the E8xE8 heterotic superstring.
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The combined outer and inner Trees of Life and their properties.
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The five Platonic solids embody the five exceptional groups G2, F4, E6, E7 & E8.
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The first 4 polygons embody the dimension 496 of E8xE8 and SO(32).
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A correspondence between the first 10 polygons and the 10 Sephiroth is established.
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The geometrical and yod composition of the three polygons absent from the inner Tree of Life are shown to embody the root structure of E8 and E8xE8 describing one of the two types of heterotic superstrings.
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The seven Type C polygons of the inner Tree of Life embody structural parameters of the UPA/superstring, the dimension of E8 and E8xE8, and the number 137 determining the finestructure constant.
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Tree of Life basis of an astrological era.
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The two 600cells in the 421 polytope embody the paranormally obtained superstring structural parameters 1680 and 16800.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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Sacred geometries embody the number of edges of the 421 polytope whose 240 vertices define the 240 root vectors of the exceptional Lie group E8.
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