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Khamical X

My symbolic description of the ALL - MIGHTY

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Imagine flying in the cosmos with xray vision being able to see every pulse of the Universe.

This superior pulse or heartbeat is what we could call God ?

To the average person this might be hard to grasp, but would not be surprising.

God is an unseen/seen energy that has the highest vibration in creation.

What is this vibration ?

This vibration is creation........ Creation in actuality is infinite, going on and on,

reflecting above and reflecting below with a simple applied science.

The simple applied science of creation is the microcosm of the macrocosm.

Microcosm of the macrocosm results in under standing, inner standing and over standing.

This is symbolic vocabulary that denotes one who knows creation for what it is.

INFINITE with no direction.

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It is a triquetra and means different things to different peoples.

http://tattoo.about....etra-Symbol.htm

Thanks,

Now to me it means Infinity and has origins with the pyramid, which is another symbol of the Universe:

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To me it represents time The points are change and the center circle is the Universe becoming and unbecoming in a cycle of birth and death.

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San He Tao.

The way of three in one.

I studied Druidic lore when I was younger and was surprised to see so many common elements and concepts when I turned my attention to Taoism. Although, now it seems quite appropriate, after all, human consciousness is the source of both.

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690px-Lindisfarne_StJohn_Knot2_3.svg.png

To me it symbolises and conceptualises the human ability to symbolise and conceptualise.

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To me it symbolises and conceptualises the human ability to symbolise and conceptualise.

True, the knots represent infinity which has a variation of symbolism but all initially representing the Universe and/or Creation.

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