Celebrating our “Reality” as a reflection of the quantum capacity of the plasma state of water to make us perceive it the way that we do.
In essence, our reality is concieved of multiple shadows of further, more complex realities. The study of Lagrange points helps us to define complexities of possibilities, the accumulations of which will define ‘potential’ locations for a reality to exist. A manifestation of that possible reality will occur, when a particular potential is observed in a particular location, in response to a particular environmental condition. Thus the observed reality is a result of the environment that created it, to resolve an unbalanced issue relative to the environment created ~ in accordance with both the environment AND the manifest reality.
The relationships of those realities are best described by the 3 body problem. Thus the relationship of Lagrange points contained within multiple Scalene triangular relationships, arranged about a Toroid or Vortex, until they describe themselves about a singularity, which is both the possibility AND the reality simultaneously ~ regardless of the body-count, initial or otherwise.
Thus reality is ultimately created of itself, our awareness of which is controlled by a plasma, which is observable in water. Such that we are bodies of water, we also unwittingly “describe [ourselves] about a singularity, which is both the possibility AND the reality simultaneously ~ regardless of the body-count, initial or otherwise”. Thus we are indeed “not” a singularity within our bodies, as so many of us are inclined to think … we’re actually quite different and ‘told’ to perceive things in certain ways so that our driver can observe the environmental reality that it requires engaged, acted out as equally required.
For that reason I’m going to express my daily examination of the brain that is water, by means of a fractal reality, described by water in the 3 body model. 360 degrees represented by 7 total lagrange points would be 51.43 degree possibilities. 5 primary locations would be equal to 72 degrees per reality. 72 degree possibilities represented in 3 locations simultaneously would give rise to 24 degrees each, or 1 degree per hour of day as recognised in a human timespan. 3/4 of that timespan is relevant to a human perception thus 18 degrees fractally represented as 5:6 (where the 3Dpentagon represents the 2Dhexagon as a reality) or 60minutes of the hour reflective of the “real” 72. As a dual reality, we represent this with a 12hr day/night ~ which I represent daily, by swimming 1/2km or 30m warm-up + 3(5×30) + 30m warm-down. A total of 510m in memory of the 51.43 degree possibilities ~ as “one” body, within the brain of another.
For World Water Day, I’m going to celebrate the other 3 possibilities of which I am the shadow in this reality, offering to plasma (as water) that I recognise it in a manner that ‘it’ will equally recognise.
I’m going to disregard the initial and final 30m (representative of the skin, shell, cell or membrane that contains me), but multiply the internal reality by 3 further orders, representative of my bodiless self. my 510m becomes 1530m or 51 x each 30m length (representative of the possibilities of lagrange degrees), where the 5:6 relationship would conclude in a single 270 degree reality, 90 degrees offset to itself, once removed:
Now, I’m swimming a 1:10 fractal relationship to my orginal self, as relevant to 30 possibilities of myself simultaneously. I am an Icosidodecahedron, respective of my first stellation as the compound of a dodecahedron and of my dual icosahedron simultaneously, with the vertices of the icosidodecahedron located at the midpoints of the edges of either.
60×30 = 1800 – 1530 = 270 degrees
72×30 = 2160 – 1530 = 630 degrees – 360 = 270 degrees.
Where 180 degrees is representative of 540 degrees.
I am everything, and yet I am not because I am water.
Should be a very interesting and enjoyable swim with that lot attempting to confuse me while I do it.
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