Slow Notes to the Quick
According to health as it were ones reading of Pi is an example of adding one’s transitive state to the successive divisions ie from a brane or the portals of one own steps and this is very reflective of the creative process. In sickness, as in long term covid the body may read sensation as threatening after the threat has passed.
On an abstract level then the interference patterns of nature are wave lengths that distorted in their own progression as for example the integers place variance in the proportions they describe (i.e. you will get variance in the arrival of “reciprocals”..) This variance being a lensing which in turn can particularly envisioned to unity in the harmonic series. The notes then by Natalie Walchhover relating the dimensions of string theory ( by which freedom of extension as dimension links to progressions thus within the harmonic and integer distortion via brane portal to next level : lead me to observe towards the relation then the gravity sympathetic constant of .1389 what I will render per .1382 as a fluctuation level of the golden section ( link between square roots of two and three embedded in square root of 5 of which the section is a wing reciprocal) the difference of .0074 is that of the universal constant A…. : .1382 is the reciprocal of the square root of 5 at one quarter and this fall back can be considered dimensional transpose describing orbits or complete arrivals in integers ie .618 .718 etc as advancing of which the relation of square root of three has in reciprocal the tripartite seeds of two and these embedded dimensions particularly play on 7.888 from which the description of 1.8, 1.888 and ,118 are reflected in the .618 series as describing two and three, center and edge as the numbers of perception…
The creative result is that it becomes easier to see and harder to say…
In the drawing I have developed a scale of the section at .09 as its 4th dimension in a mode of center to edge and edge to center transpose….
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