The Secret of the Universe [2008] Slides 2 of 2
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June 6, 2013 at 8:36 pm


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This is part 2. Part 1 is here.

Slide 185

What do the Freemasons Think? 
 
Slide 186

Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 
 
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Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 
 
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Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 
 
Slide 189

Pyramids in the Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 
 
Slide 190

See those lines up the sides of the pyramids? 
 
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They point to where a right angle intersects the sides. 
 
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At the 1.272 : 1.0 ratio. 
 
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1.272 : 1.0 
 
Slide 194

This symbology can be extended to other pyramid designs in the same room. 
 
Slide 195

Pyramids surround the sun. 
 
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These ones feature an additional design element. 
 
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If we look closely at the 16-fold sun, we can see that it is actually based on a design of two squares. 
 
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If we look closely at the 16-fold sun, we can see that it is actually based on a design of two squares. 
 
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The base of a pyramid is a square. 
 
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This energy pattern of the sun is what the pyramid interacts with. 
 
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The base of the pyramid meets one of these squares. 
 
Slide 203

From a bird's eye perspective, the base of a pyramid meets one of the squares of the 16-fold pattern. 
 
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And what of the remaining square? 
 
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It also meets the pyramid... but not just anywhere. 
 
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It interacts at the position above where the right angles intersect.
In the upper part of the pyramid. 
 
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This is why the pyramids around the sun have the additional golden element in the upper part. 
 
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And it's why this element begins at the point where the right angle divides the sides. 
 
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A division of Phi within the pyramid. 
 
Slide 210

Moving to another wall in the same room, we see another version of the pyramid in stunning detail. 
 
Slide 211

Artistic impressions of magnetic forces at work. 
 
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You should be excited. 
 
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For those that may doubt... 
 
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A close examination of the two depictions of the pyramids reveals the similarities. 
 
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And the remaining unknowns... 
 
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...can be explained. 
 
Slide 217

The Pyramid and the Flywheel 
 
Slide 218

Ed's Flywheel 
 
Slide 219

The star in the center of the flywheel generates the 16-fold pattern we have just seen at the masonic temple.
 
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And then the pyramid... 
 
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A pyramid shape goes into the top of the flywheel. 
 
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Notice the four openings.
 
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These allow a greater amount of 'individual magnets', as Leedskalnin would call them, up the sides of the pyramid. 
 
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You can see it here as well, the lines up the sides. 
 
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Pyramid on the Flywheel. 
 
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Slide 228

And we aren't even finished with the code.
 
Slide 229

Back to the Code.
 
Slide 230

7 129 6 105 195
The 7 and the 6. 
 
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The secret to understanding the 7 and the 6 is... 
 
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Multiply each of them by the number of divisions on the wheel: 24. 
 
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7 (168) 129 6 (144) 105 195 
 
Slide 235

To apply these numbers, we need to go back and look at what number sequences these values relate to. 
 
Slide 236

The 7 from 7 129 
 
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7 (168) 129
Earlier, it was shown that 129 derives from the sequence of adding prime numbers together. 
 
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Because 7 is a part of the same 7129 line, its answer also lies in the sequence of prime sums. 
 
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7129
6105195 
 
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Is 168 (7 x 24) anywhere in the sequence of prime sums? 
 
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168 just happens to be the sum of 4 consecutive prime number.
37 + 41 + 43 + 47 = 168 
 
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And not just any prime numbers. 
 
Slide 243

These prime numbers surround the 195° axis. 
 
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Believe it or not, the Freemasons agree. 
 
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We need to add a square into our chart that represents the base of the pyramid, as it would sit on the flywheel. 
 
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Slide 247

A Closer Examination... 
 
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We can see how each side of the pyramid is subject to the magnetism of 7 magnets. 
 
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However the 168 tells us to use only this position. 
 
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328 - 160 = 168
Along the very side of the pyramid. 
 
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We don't want all 7. 
 
Slide 252

We only want 5. 
 
Slide 253

The Masons Show The Same. 
 
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What we don't want.
Notice how there are 'knots' on each side of the pyramid.
 
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This is what we need to do.
Notice each side now shows artistic magnetism instead. 
 
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Notice how the magnets from the corners have been ignored. 
 
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That is the meaning of the 168. 
 
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Only take the side. 
 
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It's all in the masonic temple. 
 
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It should be simple. 
 
Slide 262

And when we peek at what's on the INSIDE of Ed's flywheel... 
 
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...everything lines up. 
 
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144 and 288 
 
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7 (168) 129
6 (144) 105 195
The remaining part of the code is the number 6, or 144. (6 x 24 = 144) 
 
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This is even better. 
 
Slide 267

6 (144) 105 195
We earlier determined that this line is related to both prime quadruplets and angles. 
 
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Following the same logic as before with the 7129... 
 
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Because the 6 is part of the 6105195 line, it should also be related to prime quadruplets. 
 
Slide 270

Does the number 144 come up anywhere in the prime quadruplets? 
 
Slide 271

Prime Quadruplets under 2000 chart. 
1: 5, 7, [9], 11, 13
2: 11, 13, [15], 17, 19
3: 101, 103, [105], 107, 109
4: 191, 193, [195], 197, 199
5: 821, 823, [825], 827, 829
6: 1481, 1483, [1485], 1487, 1489
7: 1871, 1873, [1875],1877, 1879 
 
Slide 272

144 isn't a prime number itself, so it won't be part of a prime quadruplet, so we need to look at the prime sequence numbers. 
 
Slide 273

Prime quadruplets chart with sequence numbers.
 
 
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Prime numbers in both the 5th of 7th prime quadruplet are in position 144 and 288! 
 
Slide 275

Not bad, with prime quadruplets being so rare and all... 
 
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144 and 288 in the 5th and 7th prime quadruplet. 
 
Slide 277

Pyramid in the Number. 
 
Slide 278

Remember where the magic is? 
 
Slide 279

In the centers of the prime quadruplets. 
 
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Let's take a look at the center of the prime quadruplets at prime sequence positions 144 and 288. 
 
Slide 281

The associated primes to 144 and 288 are  825 and 1875.
 
Slide 282

You'll never believe this... 
 
Slide 283

825 and 1875
These two values create exactly the same ratio as a right angle in a pyramid. 
 
Slide 284

 
Slide 285

1875/825 = 2.727 
 
Slide 286

These values from the centers of prime quadruplets can be assigned positions on the pyramid itself. 
 
Slide 287

It's like this pyramid diagram.
Pyramid value at the top: 1875 (288) Pyramid value at the center: 825 (144)
1050 / 825 = 1.272 Upper Length / Short Length = SqRt(Phi) 
 
Slide 288

Knowing these co-ordinates, we could map a complete spiral of numbers in the pyramid.
(That might be fun.) 
 
Slide 289

Again... the centers of prime quadruplets correspond to angles. 
 
Slide 290

6 105 195
We've seen how the centers of prime quadruplets are also angles. 
 
Slide 291

105° to 195° 
 
Slide 292

Meaning, we don't just know a particular height in the pyramid... 
 
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We know what side of the pyramid as well. 
 
Slide 294

And:
825 MOD 360° = 105°
 
Slide 295

Now we know that the center of the prime quadruplet that meets prime sequence number 144 is at 105° on the pyramid, and at a height where a right angle would intersect. 
 
Slide 296

The Code Almost Solved 
 
Slide 297

7 (168) 129
6 (144) 105 195
In case you haven't noticed.
 
Slide 298

Our analysis of the 7 (168) lead us straight to the 195° axis, with no height.
 
Slide 299

And the 6 (144) sent us to the 105° axis, with a height on the pyramid. 
 
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The Norman Hall room, decorated by George Herzog, also a Freemason. 
 
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Ed has designed his 'built to last' flywheel in such a way that our numbers, derived from his clues, match its internal configuration. 
 
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Slide 303

So, a height at 105°, and no height at 195°. 
 
Slide 304

1 is the 7 x 24 = 168.
2 is the 6 x 24 = 144. 
 
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Number 1 has no height, while number 2 does. 
 
Slide 306

The flywheel. 
 
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The height around 105° is actually the handle (2) of the flywheel.
 
Slide 308

Notice how this appears to approximately match the 1.272 : 1.0 ratio when a pyramid square is overlayed. 
 
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A round bit of metal (1) is attached to the star, to assist in collecting 168. 
 
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The alignment here is perfect.
 
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And the orientation of the star... 
 
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Slide 313

Matches the other star. 
 
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Slide 315

The Angle over the Star.
 
Slide 316

At the masonic temple, the star is inside a deliberate angle. 
 
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Slide 318

This may look like it is a right angle, however this angle is a little oblique, less than 90°. 
 
Slide 319

In this case, it is not the specific angle that's important. 
 
Slide 320

The answer is hidden in the alignment. 
 
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Slide 322

The angle is  representative of collecting the 168.
 
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We need to count the streams within the alignment. 
 
Slide 324

We can label the north (N) and south (S) pole streams of magnetism. 
 
Slide 325

Polarities. 
 
Slide 326

This matches the magnets that we need to take from the side of the pyramid. 
 
Slide 327

Take it from Sweet 16. 
 
Slide 328

 
 
Slide 329

Ed's Sweet 16. 
 
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Generated by the star. 
 
Slide 331

Just don't forget to ring twice. 
 
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It is interesting that one of the oldest manuscripts in the Hebrew Bible, the Leningrad Codex, makes the same connection. 
 
Slide 333

Tying it Up. 
 
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All the codes indicate that the values should be accessed in this order: 
 
Slide 335

168 144 Then drop it below. 
 
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Drop it below? 
 
Slide 337

ADM.10c.
DROP BELOW. 
 
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Now it can make sense. 
 
Slide 339

And that cutaway at the top represents the span of prime numbers adding to 168.
[note: this is now known to be incorrect] 
 
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[note: this is now known to be incorrect - the top should be 0° and the bottom 180°] 
 
Slide 341

[note: this is now known to be incorrect - the top should be 0° and the bottom 180°]  
 
Slide 342

Dropping it below, is the last step. 
 
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DROP BELOW. 
 
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And guess what? 
 
Slide 345

There is a place to attach a wire... 
 
Slide 346

Underneath the flywheel. 
 
Slide 347

Ed knew what clues would last through time, and planned each one, carefully. 
 
Slide 348

Drop below. 
 
Slide 349

The masonic temple is Philadelphia is older than Coral Castle.
The architect was James Windrim, a Freemason. 
 
Slide 350

The Norman Hall room, decorated by George Herzog, also a Freemason. 
 
Slide 351

Now we can appreciate its true value. 
 
Slide 352

The Freemasons have kept these secrets forever. 
 
Slide 353

This is the oldest science in the world. 
 
Slide 354

The secrets used to construct megaliths weighing amounts beyond comprehension. 
 
Slide 355

The ultimate secret of magnetism and antigravity. 
 
Slide 356

"It's not difficult really, the secret is in knowing how." - Edward Leedskalnin 
 
Slide 357

Edward Leedskalnin claimed to know the secrets of antigravity and magnetism. 
 
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He proved it by building Coral Castle. 
 
Slide 359

Modern archaeologists like to think they know how these huge structures were built. 
 
Slide 360

They just can't seem to figure out where all the people required to build them could even have room to stand. 
 
Slide 361

There are ancient stories of floating stones from all around the world. 
 
Slide 362

But they are just myths... 
 
Slide 363

...right? 
 
Slide 364

YOU WILL BE SEEING UNUSUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT. ED. 
 
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Let's build this thing. 
 



 
 




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