Speed of Light and the Great Pyramid - Episode 44
Could the speed of light actually be encoded in the Great Pyramid using the metric system? It seems fanciful until we realize that the metric system itself was defined by applying base 10 to the meridian circumference of the Earth, a system which might have been merely rediscovered at the end of the 18th century.
Dali's Last Supper - Episode 43
Scott and Geoff discuss the geometry underlying Salvador Dali's Sacrament of the Last Supper (1955) and how Dali must have learned Leonardo da Vinci's secret geometry and encoded it into his version of the biblical scene in a way that uplifts the savvy viewer into higher realms.
La Belle Ferronniere - Episode 42
We discuss the geometry underlying Leonardo da Vinci's La Belle Ferronière and the hidden messages relating to both physical eyes and subtle vision. Scott explains how he believes Leonardo dressed science with art, a potent combination which moves us centuries later.
Platonic Solids and Synchronicity - Episode 41
Geoff recounts his real life story about the dodecahedron, phi, and synchronicity. We discuss the sum of the angles of the regular polyhedra and two methods encoding the diameter of the Earth in miles from the Platonic solids.
Mystery of 273 - Episode 40
Geometric relationships between circles and squares encode a mysterious order seen in the sizes and periods of Moon and Earth, in water, human biology, and beyond.
Mind the mysterious gap - Episode 39
Scott and Geoff discuss the mysterious, nearly identical (99.9%) gap inherent to disparate phenomena including number in itself (pi, phi, and e), number in space (an almost Pythagorean triangle made of these constants), number in time (music theory of the Pythagorean comma) and number in spacetime (astronomical observations of Earth's relationship with the Sun) suggesting deep perfection underlying surface imperfection and unity in number.
Michelangelo's secret encoded in the Creation of Adam fresco in the Sistine chapel - Episode 38
Using two precise golden ratios, Michelangelo depicted not only the tension between the material body and transcendent soul, but by drawing a line between the physical eye and neuroanatomy of the third eye, he secretly encoded the timeless message that the divine is within us all.
Leonardo's secret encoded in the St. John the Baptist aka Bacchus - Episode 37
By analyzing Leonardo da Vinci's St. John the Baptist aka Bacchus painting, Scott Onstott reveals its geometric template which adds a new layer of meaning to its interpretation as expressed by the Hermetic philosophy of 'As above so below.'
Earth's surprising relationship to the other planets in our system - Episode 36
By taking the ratio of the size of all the planets in our solar system to the size of Earth, a pure mathematical constant emerges quite unexpectedly, with 99.99% accuracy.
Golden Ratios and the Numeral 5 - Episode 35
The golden ratio and its reciprocal can be written in terms of mathematical operators applied to the numeral 5 alone. This is both surprising and beautiful as the golden ratio has deep connections with 5 sided shapes.
Venus - Earth Relationships - Episode 34
Venus and Earth trace out a beautiful pattern in the heavens as seen from both geocentric and heliocentric perspectives. We discuss this pattern and its mythological implications as well as an unexpected pattern which emerges by squaring the circle by area on Venus alone.
Chakras and Geometry - Episode 33
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image Scott made showing a geometric basis for the human subtle energy system starting with an equilateral triangle and moving up through square, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, to nonagon.
Geometry of the Forbidden City - Episode 32
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the images Scott made showing the geometry underlying the Forbidden City of Beijing, China. We see golden ratios, the Great Pyramid slope angle, the human body as master temple, and its energy centers represented by palaces, halls, and gates.
666 and the Earth - Episode 31
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the images Scott made showing uncanny correlations between the number 6 and deep structures of the Earth from sizes of continents to the planet's orbital velocity, tilt angle, and in systems of measure.
Golden rectangles in time image - Episode 30
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image Scott made showing a cascading series of golden rectangles correlating with both natural and cultural evolution.
Kepler triangle image - Episode 29
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image Scott made showing a Kepler triangle, featuring golden ratio proportions, encoding the size of the Earth and Moon with 99.9% accuracy. In addition, the geometry also "squares the circle" by lengths.
Pantheon Blueprint image - Episode 28
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image of the Roman Pantheon Scott made showing John Michell's classic sacred geometry overlaid, clearly revealing a blueprint with ancient provenance, which encodes the true proportions of Earth, Moon, the Great Pyramid, and now the Pantheon.
Molecules image - Episode 27
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image of molecules Scott made showing similarities between caffeine, theobromine, adenine, dmt, serotonin, and melatonin molecules based on the geometry of a hexagon bonded to a pentagon.
Cosmological diagram over Dendera zodiac image - Episode 26
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image comparing John Michell's cosmological diagram with the Dendera zodiac in Egypt. The uncanny geometric resonances suggest this diagram is ancient and has only recently been rediscovered.
Earth Heart image - Episode 25
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the image comparing the magnetic fields of the human heart and the earth. We also talk about the linguistic similarity by transposing one letter between "heart" and "earth."
Rumi quote - Episode 24
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott unpack the Rumi quote, "You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop."
Frank Lloyd Wright quote - Episode 23
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott unpack the Frank Lloyd Wright quote, "The space within becomes the reality of the building."
Leonardo da Vinci quote - Episode 22
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott unpack the Leonardo da Vinci quote, "Let no one who is not a mathematician read my works."
Bruce Lee quote - Episode 21
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott unpack the Bruce Lee quote, "I cannot teach you. I can only help you to explore yourself."
Hermes Trismegistus quote - Episode 20
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott unpack the Hermes Trismegistus quote, "As above so below."
Krishnamurti quote - Episode 19
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott unpack the Jiddu Krishnamurti quote, "The observer becomes the observed."
Jill Purce - Episode 18
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott talk with Jill Purce, who Terence McKenna called the leader of the elfin choirs of hyperspace. We discuss her Healing Voice and Family Constellations workshops, overtone chanting, and her living mandala ceremony.
Robert Edward Grant — Episode 17
Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick conduct an interview with Robert Edward Grant in 3 parts where they compare their individual journeys of self discovery catalyzed by study and immersion in the universal language of geometry (Part 3).
Robert Edward Grant — Episode 16
Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick conduct an interview with Robert Edward Grant in 3 parts where they compare their individual journeys of self discovery catalyzed by study and immersion in the universal language of geometry (Part 2).
Robert Edward Grant — Episode 15
Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick conduct an interview with Robert Edward Grant in 3 parts where they compare their individual journeys of self discovery catalyzed by study and immersion in the universal language of geometry (Part 1).
Platonics — Episode 14
Scott and Geoff discuss the five Platonic solids and how the sum total of their angular measures encodes fascinating correlations with the Earth, how we measure time and space, and how heaven and earth are poetically commensurate.
Cergy | Ygrec — Episode 13
Cergy Pontoise, an agglomeration community made in the 1970s northwest of Paris, is symbolic of the exoteric and esoteric duality present in many secrets in plain sight the world over. Geoff and Scott discuss the "serpent wisdom" inherent in this symbolic architectural complex.
City of Light — Episode 12
Paris, the City of Light, is the subject of this discussion between Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick about the esoteric and solar symbolism encoded in many of the monuments along the historical axis from the Louvre Pyramid to the Grand Arche.
Lines — Episode 11
From the simplest one dimensional geometric archetype, Scott Onstott and Geoff Fitzpatrick manage to take a few metaphorical tangents on their way along the shortest path between points A and B to higher dimensions, implicate wholeness, higher selves, and transcendence.
Time Ball Drop — Episode 10
Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott discuss the Times Square ball drop ritual that a billion people witness each year, the amazing sacred geometry of the Waterford crystal ball, the ways we measure time, and some of the strange and comforting ways we celebrate holidays.
Kate Cassidy — Episode 9
Kate Cassidy of The-Secret-Work.com is interviewed by Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott. We discuss the esoteric tradition stretching back 2160 years, identifying its threads in Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, in the brilliance of Francis Bacon, secrecy in general, and how to use the lessons of the past to help one grow in the present. We touch also on the fear of death, the recent Jupiter-Saturn conjunction, and find seeds of hope in how the pandemic is changing the way increasing numbers are interacting online.
David Warner Mathisen — Episode 8
David Warner Mathisen of starmythworld.com & undyingstars.com is interviewed by Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott. We discuss Ophiuchus, the zodiac constellation with one foot in the mundane and the other in the sacred, the resonances it has not only with mythical figures such as Lilith, Athena, and Brigid, but also as a metaphor for accessing one's higher self.
Karen Alexander — Episode 7
Karen Alexander of TemporaryTemples.co.uk is interviewed by Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott. We discuss her long involvement with crop circles, drawing the designs, sacred geometry, consciousness, community, creativity, how this multivalent phenomenon can be simultaneously intimate and transpersonal.
Ebba Karlsson — Episode 6
Ebba Karlsson of TrueStarCoaching.com is interviewed by Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott. We discuss her life from being a young model in Paris to being sexually abused at the agency, to marrying a famous pro golfer to writing her autobiography, to being drawn to Scott's Secrets in Plain Sight, receptivity to Vogel crystals, transformational journeys to Egypt, and much more.
Meredith Sands Keator — Episode 5
Meredith Sands Keator of geometryofhealing.com is interviewed by Geoff Fitzpatrick and Scott Onstott. We discuss her initiation into the geometry of the body's subtle energy in her Kundalini awakening experience 25 years ago and her life's mission to understand and later to teach the geometry of healing.
George Leoniak — Episode 4
George Leoniak of KnewGeometry is interviewed by Geoff Fitzpatrick & Scott Onstott. We discuss George's discovery of phi circles inside the flower of life and their connections to polyhedra, earth grid duals he created called the Geohedron and Gaiahedron, plus his connections to Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion, Becker Hagen's Earth Grid, and Frank Chester's work in the Chestahedron.
The Circle — Episode 3
In this episode Geoff and Scott discuss the geometric archetype of the circle and its many interpretations from zero, to one, to infinity. They also talk about how the circle defines a boundary and the experience of passing beyond the relative confines of the circle and exploring the boundless absolute.
Expanding Consciousness — Episode 2
Geoff and Scott discuss the misnomer of 'expanding your consciousness' wherein the finite aspires to the infinite, and how cognitive development shakes or stirs states and stages.