Originally posted by helpmefindtheway
I thought the sweet sixteen reference was mathemetical, not referring to an actual object? I read this on the code144 board.
Literally, 'sweet sixteen' or just 'sixteen' was referenced through his writings:
1) Agnes, his sixteen year old fiance who jilted him at the alter,
2) The perfect age of a girl,
3) that he was building a home for his new sweet sixteen.
All very real things, not math.
Personally, I don't buy into numerology or the 'code144' theory. The numbers etched into the doorway were simply his ID numbers. It was common
practice for immigrants to do this in those days, just in case 'immigration' came by they wouldn't forget them. I think vandals etched the whole
'The secret to life is...' later after Ed had moved on.
With that said, you can take many ideas on here with a grain of salt, including my ideas as well. But I really don't think Ed's 'new sweet
sixteen' was about a girl at all... While having a cup o' Java of my own, almost every day for the past several years, my brain downloaded
something COMPLETELY different from these infinite vibrations that is our multiverse.
... Also, if the flywheel holds water, do you think cymatics plays an important role with respect to the bell? (Ring twice). Do you think it is
used for vibration to charge the water?
I don't think the flywheel held water. I mentioned cymatics in the context of the study of morphologies of frequencies. The medium can be anything
that reacts to frequencies... sand, water, smoke filled air... even fire
. Extrapolate that knowledge to the EM dimension.
Ring the bell twice? I do think that is a clue... the most simple answer is in symbolic reference to N. individual magnets, and S. individual
magnets... but I think there may be a connection to the mechanical functioning of the system as well, (sorry, that's proprietary stuff so don't
BTW, I'm glad you share our fascination with this subject and I hope your searching brings you wisdom.
[edit on 10-3-2009 by Flux8]