Sunday, October 25, 2015

Water and Sacred Geometry | Sound and the Formation of Hexagonal and Pentagonal Relationships

Water is one of the most abundant substances on Earth, yet it is little understood by the scientific community. 

One interesting property of the H2O molecule is that it seems to have a pentagonal geometry in relation to the angles at which the hydrogen and oxygen molecules bind to each other. Yet when this molecule interacts with other substances, it creates hexagonal patterns. One of the most recognizable formations of this pattern is a snowflake. 

The so-called fourth phase of water is another of these hexagonal formations. Under certain conditions, water forms loose ionic bonds to form H3O2, a lattice structure that is essential for biochemical interactions. Biological life actually produces vast quantities of H3O2 via infrared light; heat.

Related he Water of Life | H3O2 the Healing Power of 'Structured' Water - What Is The Fourth Phase of Water?

Related How to Use Structured Water - Raising Health and Consciousness with Geometrically Structured Water | H3O2 - The Fourth Phase of Water

In the following article by Scott from Secrets in Plain Sight, he describes how sound maybe responsible for the formation of snowflakes. If we consider for a moment that sound is a form of electromagnetic vibration, then it stands to reason that magnetic fields can and do reorient the water molecule. This idea is approaching the study of Cymatics, which states that matter is organized via sonic principles of motion. 

Related Why Sound Heals | Cymatics, Entrainment, Mandalas, Frequencies and DNA

And of course there is the infamous Dr. Emoto experiments with water and sound, wherein he formed ice crystals in the presence of music of various types, each creating their own unique pattern dependent on the harmonic inclusiveness of the music being played. He also conducted experiments using emotion as an organizing force, which similarly produced patterns in the forming ice.

Related How Water Molecules Are Affected By Emotions by Paisley Hanson

Perhaps there is more to this simple substance than we have been led to believe. 

- Justin

Source - Secrets In Plain Sight

“Water is the driving force of all nature.” -Leonardo da Vinci
Where there is water, there is life. That is what is so exciting about finding water on other planets, the possibility of extraterrestrial life.
Suomi NPP space telescope took this in 2012. Image credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring
Suomi NPP space telescope took this in 2012. Image credit: NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring
Our planet’s surface is covered in mostly water. Our cells are made of mostly water. Seawater and blood are chemically similar. “[Seawater] has even been used in transfusions in emergency situations when blood or plasma wasn’t available and the patient needed to have his blood volume maintained.” –Source
I looked into the structure of water, and was surprised to find that scientists aren’t certain of the geometry of the water molecule. “A recent review listed 46 distinct models, so indirectly indicating their lack of success in quantitatively reproducing the properties of real water.” –Source
The most popular water model (SPC/E) lists the distance between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms at exactly 1 Å (1 angstrom = 10^-10 m). The angle between the hydrogen “arms” (shown as theta in the chart below) varies from 102.7° to 113.24° across the 46 models.
One of the most complex models, Six-site, has the angle at exactly 108°, well within the limits of the rest of the models. Knowing what I do about sacred geometry and the divine proportion, I’d like to propose my own water model. Here it is:
My water model
My water model
The beautiful thing about my model is that water is based on the pentagon/pentagram, the symbol of life. I wrote about this in my Snowflake and a Flower post back in 2011, “5 is the number of life.”

Furthermore, when water freezes, it spontaneously orders itself in hexagonal structures. I wrote, “6 is the number of structure.” Water is its own 6/5 relation, no flower needed.
You can see the hexagonal structure at the molecular scale…
The molecular structure of water ice. Image by P99am CC BY-SA 3.0
The molecular structure of water ice. Image by P99am CC BY-SA 3.0
…and much larger at the scale of snowflakes:
A question I posted on Facebook is, “How does each arm of a snowflake ‘know’ to grow itself in symmetry with the other arms? The arms are very far away from each other, atomically speaking. There must be a field that causes the spontaneous order to emerge.”



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