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The Shape Theory

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posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 08:00 PM
Evidence is lining up for the Shape theory. It seems that shapes are everywhere in the ancient world. Triangles, Circles, and Squares are in crazy designs that apparently have no meaning. From the perfectness of the Great Pyramids, to the sloppy thrown together job of Stonehenge these giant monuments were obviously more than monuments to the “Gods.”

What exactly is the Shape Theory? Well, it can be best described as a connection to all shapes in the ancient world and possibly the modern world. The Shape Theory is not found in any textbook or any classroom. This is just pure speculation that the ancients were connected in some way through Shapes and eventually mathematics.

Every society knew about the basic shapes. The square, triangle, circle are all apparent in every society since ancient Sumer to the capital of the modern world in Washington DC! Crazy monuments are found throughout the world formed through basic shapes that we see in our monuments everyday. Skyscrapers are rectangles, the Washington Monument is a triangle, and the Pentagon well is a pentagon! Will these buildings be left for our descendants to study? and will they ask why did we build such crazy monuments?

It is a proven fact that up until recently with the advent of computers and CAD computer drafting systems it was impossible to construct the great pyramids as precisely as the ancients did with the knowledge and technology they are supposed to have had. We still cannot build a monument representing Stonehenge or the rock lines of the Nazca. What forced the ancient people to build these miraculous stone structures? How did they know about the shapes?

It was probably taught to them by the “Gods.”

More unconventional theories state that the monuments were not the monuments to the “Gods,” but monuments for the “Gods.” Meaning that once the monuments were completed that was where the “Gods” were stationed by the ancient UN to regulate and rule over ancient man.

It would certainly explain how and why the Ancients would waste time building these monuments while they were clearly interested in other things. Was this punishment by our alien creators because of certain people thinking about things and not working for them? It also explains why generations of man worked on the pyramids and other monuments without any knowledge of why. If modern Egyptologists believe that the Pyramids were constructed for a human leader, then their great-great-great grandfather would have had to start the project and made sure that it was completed on time. What a very strange system and idea! However, the pyramids' construction time would be equivalent to reheating leftover dinners in the alien time-line. This was obviously an early attempt by the “Gods” to stop and halt any and all human advancement.

The ancient people were always looking up at the stars and wondering about where the, “Gods came from heaven.” Many researchers take this as a religious sense but there is no evidence that it cannot mean literally from heaven or in their time space!

Back onto the topic of shapes since all cultures knew of shapes how did they know? The scientific answer again is because they just realized. However, this lies on the fact about the ancient knowledge and that as we go farther back in time before Sumer we are beginning to understand that these people were more highly advanced than realized.

The shape theory does not pertain to just the basic shapes. As purposed by Dan Brown in the Da Vinci Code all shapes and symbols are just reused over time. It is a known fact the Hitler did not create the Swastika but was used by the ancient people to depict the sun God in certain cultures. It is only through modern paranoia that the Swastika is deemed an evil topic!

posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 08:56 PM
This is a good topic friend. I have read much about shapes and certain geometrical figures producing emotional effects in people, not to mention that some structures have certain magnetic features to them when placed at certain points. There have also been many theories that some structures such as stone henge produce extraordinary tonal qualities when drums are played at certain areas within the remains. They even go as far as to say that some of these tonal qualities could produce trance-like effects in individuals. I believe all of this to be true, but why and how did these ancient cultures produce such marvelous structures? It's a question I don't think anyone living can answer, much to our dismay. If only history could teach us more. Good post!

posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 09:49 PM
reply to post by toxicblud

Thanx! Your reply is a good one, and its also a good addition to my theory. More research definitely needs to be done on these structures. One theory I'm leaning towards is that it could definitely be some sort of radiation, perhaps from UFOs that landed on those sites in ancient times before our peoples were there.

But again, how did they just know? How did they realize about these shapes connecting to each other to produce these effects? Why and how did they build them?

posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 10:20 PM
Interestingly, in relation to the pyramids, specifically, they are constructed using 4 triangles resting on a square framework.
Most structures use the triangle, or triangulated shapes...
Think bridges. Structurally it represents one of the strongest configurations of shape. Is there a correlation between the three sides of a triangle, its strength, trinity stories?!
The number 3 (or multiples of it) figure strongly in many 'stories'.

posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 10:28 PM
reply to post by jjf3rd77

It is more than shapes. The ancients lived more with nature, and observed what nature did to solve problems. If you emulate nature, you find a successful solution to almost any problem. This is why it took so long for us to learn to fly: we had to think outside the box and create a fixed wing craft. All attempts at making flapping wings failed, mostly because our "flapping" didn't account for the true ability of lift in birds. But we tried.

In S. America, it seems that natives watched birds that made nests in solid stone, using a plant that has chelation type properties. Seeing this, they learned how to dissolve rocks, and created mind boggling monuments.

Pythagoras did all his amazing work with music and geometry, solely by observing nature. Victor Schauberger almost brought victory to the Nazi's with his torus observations from watching Black Forest rivers and streams.

To do magical things, you must harness the forces of nature. The boundaries of these forces are what we call "laws" and "principles" in science. The better your ability to observe and comprehend even the most innane forces and events, the more keen your ability for sorcery.

I bring this up because you mention shapes. You are right, but don't realize how. It isn't the simple shapes that were so amazing to the ancients, nor modern man. It is the more sublime artistry of the fractals, and how they provide the very basis of reality, that tantalizes the mind. And these interactions creating various fractal designs are part of the "secret knowledge" of the ancient initiates.

posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 11:07 PM
reply to post by jjf3rd77

"...since all cultures knew of shapes how did they know?"

They saw them in the natural world?
The sun is round, the moon is round, some river rocks are round, a person's pupil and iris are round.

The space between criss-crossing tree limbs can form a triangle shape, rhombus, or a square-like shape.

Rocks come in all shapes and sizes. And pieces of tree bark too. Oooo... think about early man staring at a campfire. Those sticks piled atop one another. The fire illuminating the spaces between logs/branches. They warmed themselves and cooked their meals, while visions of shapes danced in their heads! Maybe.

I think nature is a great teacher... when we pay attention.

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posted on Aug, 28 2011 @ 09:40 AM
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan

I did not know all that. Thank you for that info. The ancients must have been pretty close to nature

posted on Aug, 28 2011 @ 10:34 AM
reply to post by jjf3rd77

If you are truly interested in this, i would strongly recommend three things:

1. Read Manly Halls "The Secret Teachings Of All Ages"
2. Study everything you can find on Pythagoras. Not much survived the burning of his archives when he was burned to death. But you can find some stuff out there, such as his observations of the nature of frequency and wavelength, and how it effects the formation and position of the planets. "There is music in the spheres"
3. Study as much as you can on Victor Schauberger. There again, his best stuff is under "Top Secret" status due to the US Project Paperclip. However, you can get a glimpse of what he was seeing, and working on.

THere is a ton more, but that is what was most profound to me.

ETA: all of the above are freely available on the web. No fee for admission.

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posted on Aug, 28 2011 @ 10:35 AM
The ancient Pythagoreans had a special insight into the meaning of geometrical shapes. You can read about what academics now speculate about what they knew, based upon distorted, fragmentary commentaries left by other philosophers and mathematicians not privy to the secrets of the Pythagorean brotherhood at Croton in southern Italy. Or else you can study the truth about Pythagorean mathematics, sacred geometries and the amazing power of the polygons and sacred shapes, as revealed at:
Once you have studied and mastered the challenging discoveries discussed there, you will NEVER look at simple shapes in the same way again. You will see them as integral expressions of a Whole, the properties of which are embodied in each of its component parts.

If you only want to learn about REAL sacred geometry (as opposed to all the nonsense going by that name on the internet), then ignore the section titled "Occult Chemistry", which refers to the book by two well-known Theosophists, and the section titled "remote-viewing of atoms", although it turns out that they are profoundly connected to the way in which geometrical shapes embody numbers central to superstring theory. Instead, examine the material in all the sections below them. The section "Power of the polygons" is particularly relevant to this thread.

It will take you six months to study and master it all. But, as you go through it in a systematic manner, you will soon begin to discover for the very first time what TRUE sacred geometry is - how to recognize it, how amazing it is, how it connects different religions and how to decipher the information it contains. This was the great secret of the Pythagoreans: they used the tetractys to turn geometrical objects into numbers. When the geometry of these objects is truly sacred (and the website provides powerful criteria to recognise it), those numbers have universal and fundamental scientific significance because they are part of the cosmic blueprint - the "theory of everything" that physicists currently seek. In other words, TRUE sacred geometry provides clues about what the ingredients of this theory is and how it is connected to the mathematics of music and to human DNA, etc. But you have to be able to recognize it and to learn its rules in order to decipher the information - both scientific and spiritual - that it encodes. That is what this website helps you to do.

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