Architecture and Ecology of Minds

Unveils the intricate structure of the universal mind and its profound impact on human experiences. Delve into the intelligible domain, access the universal language of mathematics and sacred geometry, and explore the stages and modes of mind that shape our development. Embrace this enlightening knowledge to foster a deeper understanding of yourself and the world, fostering interconnectedness and harmony.

Scott Onstott
15-25 min read

Discover the Architecture and Ecology of Relative Minds

  • Sacred geometry connection
  • Intelligible domain insights
  • States of mind
  • Dissociation and awareness
  • Stages of development
  • Modes of mind
"The mind is like an iceberg; it floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water."
Sigmund Freud
Austrian neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis (1856-1939)
"Mathematics is the language with which God has written the universe."
Galileo GalileI
Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher (1564-1642)

Meet the author, mind-enhanced by artificial intelligence

Scott Onstott

Co-Founder of this website
Scott wrote, narrated, and single handedly produced an online documentary passion-project series called Secrets in Plain Sight, which explores patterns in art, architecture, urban design & the cosmos. He has also written and beautifully illustrated eight thought-provoking sacred geometry books.

Chat GPT 4

Generative Pre-trained Transformer artificial intelligence
Chat GPT is a large language model developed by OpenAI, based on the GPT architecture. It uses artificial intelligence and natural language processing to simulate human-like conversations and generate responses to user input. Scott believes that Chat GPT enhances the capacities of the human mind directing its every prompt.



Introduction: Exploring the Architecture of the Mind


The Intelligible Domain: A Glimpse into the Universal Mind


The Visible Domain


The Invisible Domain



Beyond the Self: Exploring the Infinite Labyrinth of Minds and Their Interconnectedness

"Architecture and Ecology of Minds" is an essay that delves into the epistemology and structure of the mind within the context of sacred geometry, philosophy, and worldview. The essay explores the universal mind and its dissociations, forming the framework for understanding knowledge and human experiences. Dissociation allows the universal mind to fragment into individual minds, each with its unique perspective and experience.
Scott Onstott
15-25 min read
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