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Posted by Lake on June 22, 2000 03:38:30 UTC

In holograpghy you have a reference Light which splits into two, one path remaining always unchanged, the other changing according to harmonic law. The harmonically changing part requires a fundamental tone, a single unchanging wave which can always be the relation to the reference. In our universe the unchanging wave is God and the single wave requirement is known as the word or name of God: the fundamental tone for our overtone compiling universe.
So your birthday answer is: hummmmm, be it Om or Aum or Allah or YHWH or Amen (Ah or Ha, right Yanniru!)... the wave mechanics of a circle, a constant vibration for the flesh to be a constant resistant so that the potential difference between God/Heaven and our diverse selves can be a transfer of current. The constant vibration attracts the constant Light of God and allows it to encircle in and through us and then flow on while also emptying us of our excessive energy noise (like the noise of analysis which does not lead to a greater synthesis).
The math: harmonics.
Happy Birthday, Errol!

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