Sacred Geometry Used to Predict Cryptocurrency Trends
Investors in cryptocurrency have grown by more than 300 percent in the last year alone. With the world coming out of one of the most tumultuous times in modern history, people are flocking to digital assets, but why? Could investors have found a key to unlocking the secrets of the crypto market by using sacred geometry?
Cryptocurrency, a one-time novelty used by tech-savvy individuals as a digital storehouse of wealth is now being adopted by some of the largest institutions around the world; cryptocurrency has gone mainstream. But with growing demand comes the need to better understand these new markets. Some investors have found the use of sacred geometry as a way to track the trends of digital currency. Known as Fibonacci retracements, this sacred geometric tool has been used to predict potential support and resistance levels for price actions in financial markets.
But what is sacred geometry, and in particular the Fibonacci sequence?
Sound Shows Evidence of a Hidden Structure Throughout Universe
Sound is a powerful force, and as humans, we know this intuitively from the day we’re born. Even for those born deaf, sound can be felt physically, such that it can still evoke a response.
When we think about sound at its most basic definition, it seems relatively simple — acoustic vibrations resonating as waves through some medium. But the way sound makes us feel is more complex, nuanced, and often ineffable.
Sound can elicit chemical changes in our brain and take us into transcendent states of euphoria; it alerts us to impending dangers or opportunities in our environment; it can distract or focus our minds on a task at hand, and it can even drive us to the brink of insanity if used nefariously.
Sound is also one of the major tools we use to manifest material reality and bring our ideas to fruition — in fact, verbal communication is like magic when you consider the impact it can have on others.
The etymology of every magician’s favorite utterance, “abracadabra,” is ambiguous and contested, but many believe its roots come from ancient Hebrew or Aramaic where it means, “I will create as I speak,” or “I create like the word.”
In nearly every religion, the origin story of the universe begins with sound. In Eastern philosophy, “aum” was the primordial reverberation that sparked existence; in Christianity, God spoke the universe into existence; in Jewish mysticism, creation texts like the Sefer Yetzirah, stress the significance of specific Hebrew letters and powerful root words used to create the universe.
And beyond contemporary religion, this concept of a “sound of creation” was even taught in ancient Egyptian schools with Ptah, the god who gave life to all through his heart and tongue.
When we consider the physics of sound, these creation stories actually make a lot of sense, as sound and matter are intrinsically connected. Because sound is unable to travel through the vacuum of space, some physical medium is necessary to not just generate it, but to propagate its waves — whether that be a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma.