Thank you for sharing Bluelamp :)Bluelamp said:Here is Laura's Tree of Life...
...The actual geometry (F4 root lattice math-wise) is symmetrical so I could see why turning the tree of life upside down is a possibility.
That one is VERY nice. Kinda coincidental because I bought something a week or so ago that has that "image" inside it. Also interesting that it's my deceased Aunt's birthday and I was thinking about her yesterday (she and I had the same name though I wasn't named after her).gdpetti said:New one looking rather nice: http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2017/cleyhill/cleyhill2017a.html
I saw this yesterday and it made me think of several things that might be completely unrelated. I have been discussing with friends the way to live (so to speak).Beau said:
That makes good sense and could be applied to this CC.We had concluded that at certain levels you should be able to create a crystallized solid structure that should reside within a flexible and adaptable one. Certain values should be solid but you should also be able to adapt and change as the situation arises. And I remember thinking about how to create a graphical representation of this and then this shows up.
A crystallized structure of cubes and pyramids, almost like a crystal with sharp edges; living within what looks like a very smooth and flexible "pillow" looking thing.