Music and Math

[Excerpt from TT: 2007-11-04]

[Glenn] I have a question about the implicit structure of the universe. I’ve studied Indra’s Net, Michael Math, the Golden Mean, Sacred Geometry, Quantum Physics, and music. I’ve had dreams and vision quests which have shown me numerous complex matrices and structures. I don’t know how to bring them into physical reality. I guess my question in brief is why have I come across this information and how can I best utilize and/or transmit it?

[Michael Entity] The collective consciousness of your particular Cadre specializes in this particular area of the universe and so it is not surprising to find your interest blooming within your lifetime, especially given your particular Entity’s position within your Cadre. We have regular contact with what might appear to you as being your “future” selves in terms of your collective cadre consciousness as it exist within the Causal Plane. A common reference to this collective has been “Mentax.” This response helps bring insight into the why of your interest and strong attraction to this angle of study of the universe.

In terms of how to best utilize and transmit this information, we can only suggest that it is a process of study at this point; an exploration of patterns and potentials, but not one of conclusions that need be “transmitted” within this lifetime. The closest we can come to describing how you may already be expressing this geometric spirituality is through the construction of musical notes and your exploration of the impact of melodies, notes, and the spaces between those very notes on space and senses.

It appears to us that there might begin to be an emphasis of movement and composition away from a linear exploration and into a more circular exploration, leading to a more spherical experience at some point; if this makes sense to you.

[Glenn] Spherical and spiral. It makes total sense to me.

[Michael Entity] As music and math are “two sides of the same coin,” it makes sense to us that your explorations are between these intimate sciences