Thursday, April 29, 2010

the heart of the matter

Wow... I am so glad I couldn't sleep this morning, otherwise I might not have stumbled upon this video of a presentation by Frank Chester! This is my introduction to his work and I am so excited to delve deeper into his findings. With his discovery of the 7 sided platonic solid and application of understanding of vortex energy he can back up the statement that the heart is not a pump, which leads to so many other fascinating implications! Some background on platonic solids probably helps to understand this presentation which are described briefly in the series Dimensions of which I have previously posted, or the book The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life Vol 1 by Drunvalo Melchizedek has a part dedicated to explaining these forms, and there are many other good sources as well (*such as the recommended videos by Boatloader in the comments below). Anyhow, the connections that Frank Chester has made with his creative mind are awe inspiring, and I highly recommend watching all 9 videos, by the last video your right and left brain will be singing together as you watch the scientific work merge with art, the mythology of the holy grail, and the philosophies of Rudolf Steiner, unfolding into the possibilities ahead of us and what ancient cultures were speaking of before us. His work is a scientific and creative affirmation of some of what I was feeling and contemplating in my previous post listen to your heart, although now I am inspired and full of so many more thoughts! If you don't want to watch the video, as admittedly it can be hard to follow at times, but you are interested in the information, you can also find a summary of Frank Chester's findings on his website (where the image used above can also be found).

At the time of my previous post I was struggling with the words to describe (and I suppose I still am) the connections between the heart, the whorling nature of the blood, and to both the physical and astrological Moon. The physical Moon being connected to the fluctuation of the tides as well as the menstrual cycle. Astrologically the Moon is the ruling planet of Cancer, which in turn presides over the body part of the chest/heart. In astrology, the Moon represents our subconsious, predisposition, instincts and intuition, based on what we have learned in the past from others and our experiences. Essentially the Moon represents what has shaped us and thus how we will instinctively react and manifest the world around us, as well as what we find makes us feel secure and safe. It is interesting to point out also, that in the Tarot the Chariot card is describing a vehicle, and it also happens to be associated with the relation to the subject of reincarnation it kind of makes you think, huh? Which is a connection shown at the end of the video, with the image of the Egyptian art; the "bells" cascading down from the heavens. Additionally, when we are growing in our mother's womb, (motherhood and fertility also being associated with the Moon and the sign of Cancer) the first organ to form is the heart. It is all so amazing. And now, after watching Frank Chester's demonstration, the scope is widening...


  1. here's my favorite intro video to sacred geometry.

    and part 2

  2. thanks matt! i might need to update the post to include these videos :)


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