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25/09/2015 11:15 am  

The Secret of the Unicursal

It stands for something else...


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25/09/2015 12:10 pm  

Nice!

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25/09/2015 7:00 pm  

93!

It's the little movie I made and uploaded some 5 or 6 years ago to illustrate some point made by Steve Wilson in some thread. I forgot which one.

And it is nice to see it again....

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25/09/2015 8:04 pm  

Good work, Lutz! Glad to see it properly credited.

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25/09/2015 8:33 pm  

And it "appears" as if someone named their avatar after this little movie and posted it, saying, "It stands for something else…"

Perhaps this is an enigma or a riddle; but what else does it stand for? And who is Cube? Why is the Unicursal Hexagram "Secret?"

Maybe it stands for "The Meaning of Life," and maybe he/she is "the axle of the wheel, and the cube in the circle."

Maybe I'm just secretly confused <haha>
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25/09/2015 9:01 pm  

Lutz: 93!

Perhaps this is an enigma or a riddle

protip: Juan de Herrera


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25/09/2015 9:46 pm  

"Juan de Herrera (1530 – 15 January 1597) was a Spanish architect, mathematician and geometrician.

One of the most outstanding Spanish architects in the 16th century, Herrera represents the peak of the Renaissance in Spain. His sober style was fully developed in buildings like the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. The Herrerian style was named after him, and was representative of the architecture of the Spanish Empire of Philip II and his Austrian successors.

As a Renaissance man, Herrera was interested in all the branches of knowledge of his times. His Discurso sobre la figura cúbica (Discussion of the Cubic form) tells us about his notable knowledge about geometry and mathematics. He also participated in the military campaigns of Charles V in Germany, Flanders and Italy."

- Wikipedia

Okay, so it's an enigmatic guessing game. Cubic form. How square!


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27/09/2015 9:43 am  

Just somethin
g I spotted in the mid 80s, before developing the Unihexal Cursogram (OK, not my joke but I like it) I think the idea was a 3d banish/invoke symbol, nothing much more.


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Cube
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28/09/2015 1:53 pm  

so it’s an enigmatic guessing game. Cubic form.

no.


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Shiva
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28/09/2015 2:42 pm  

since Cube didn't create it, how can he say yea or nay?
(and have any credibility).


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Cube
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28/09/2015 3:54 pm  

since Cube didn’t create it,


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Shiva
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28/09/2015 5:11 pm  

This thread is now degenerating into idiocy, so I'm going to cash in my chips and go play some other game.


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Cube
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28/09/2015 5:35 pm  

degenerating into idiocy


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29/09/2015 1:09 pm  

As they say in Sweden, qu'est ce que fuck?


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29/09/2015 9:24 pm  

Follow th line for the remaining corners of the cube and you get the complete three
lines from a single corner. Then the straight axis goes through the middle. This
covers Trigrammaton completely!


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