Listening to conversations between Arjuna and Krishna, my higher and lower self, from the Sacred Verses of the Bhagavad Gita; I began to paint for the first time in my life plagiarizing drawings from the Ancient Secrets of the Flower of Life and the five Platonic Solids: different aspects of the same Buddha.
Platonic solid: any of the five geometric solids whose faces are all identical, regular polygons meeting at the same three-dimensional angles. Also known as the five regular polyhedral, they consist of the tetrahedron (the plank object), cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron.
In altered states, I shaded these sacred objects with musings on vibration and frequency while Hu-ing, the sound of the soul, under my breath breathing life into two-dimensional shadows aspiring to become 3D visions of the sound of Om, vibrating at the frequency of 432 Hz! Pondering the Science of Cymatics, Morphogenetic Fields, Tesla and the increasing Schumann Resonance of the biosphere in which my species is embedded.
The morphogenetic field would provide a force that guided the development of an organism as it grew, making it take on a form similar to that of others in its species. DNA was not the source of structure itself, but rather a "receiver" that translated instructions in the field into physical form.
Why sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
Icarus Lewis Carroll Flyby - jest saying
Crazy or not I have decades of experience in GIS, Geographic Information Systems where I learned about the best efforts to collect spatial data as opposed to reality on the ground, where I learned about database technology, system administration, thin clients, VMWare, and Citrix. I have worked in forestry, manufacturing, municipal and consulting environments, and in the early Spring of 2011, I found myself, suddenly lucid, at a pivotal moment in the history of our civilization when solar power was ramping up for the inevitable crossover in cost benefits with fossil fuels.
I thought about what the MAC Laptop of the day predicted regarding the costs of building and maintaining a large data center.
Very Large Solid State Drives SSD
High Capacity Lithium Batteries
Low Power RISC processors
In 2011, swarms of low earth orbit satellites were in the future but everything else was already up in the air with satellite GIS tied to ground mapping in Woss, British Columbia where I worked with high-resolution images, and spatial forestry data.
Up the highway, just past nowhere, you'll see a sign that says Woss. I once considered an actual Russian rocket scientist for an Oracle database position, simply because I was working in the middle of nowhere, and he was in Siberia. In any case:
It was pretty clear that SSD's were going to get very large, that solar and lithium complemented the low power of RISC and that data centers were going to become cheaper to run.