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Re: Theos-World Particles

Nov 02, 2007 12:53 PM
by Leon Maurer


I don't have the reference, but HPB mentioned the "Diamond Heart"  
when she explained the origin of the universe in the SD.
The Tibetan Buddhists' highest initiated Lamas have a real diamond  
encapsulated in the exact center of their bronze Dorje scepter that  
represents the primal beginning. See:
Incidentally, I was a close friend of the person guarding the late  
Red Cap Panchan Lama's briefcase while he was in a hospital in New  
York.  He showed me the Dorje -- which I handled and looked at very  
closely, but couldn't figure out how they put the half inch pyramid  
cut diamond inside the four barred bronze cage in the center  
(slightly different than the one shown in the above picture).

Check out the below illustrations and note the spherical geometry  
combined with the pyramidal (diamond) geometry.
(In the fourth physical field, can you see the phantom cube inscribed  
in the sphere?)
Also, all the five Platonic Solids < 
Platonic_solid> as projections of the octahedron (pyramidal)  
geometry, can be similarly inscribed in the sphere.

As Pythagorus and Plato said, "The universe geometrizes." This, more  
or less, proves it.

Warm regards,


On Nov 1, 2007, at 11/1/079:08 PM, "Cass Silva" wrote:

> ----- Original Message -----
> From:  <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2007 8:40 PM
> Subject: Theos-World Particles
> Is there anyone who can explain to me how a geometric shape can  
> represent
> the process of creation.  I have tried to get my head around platonic
> geometry for years but I think the link may be too abstract for me.
> Cheers
> Cass

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