Try to imagine looking at a special sort of shape, that as you look deeper into its form, you see the same patterns repeated, over and over. This is the sort of thing you would see as you peer deeper into a fractal shape known as the Mandelbulb. Using this as an analogy, David Wilcock explains the nature of our universe, as deeper iterations of a single photon. These iterations align perfectly with sacred geometry and with a fundamental constant in quantum physics known as Planck’s constant. This presentation was originally webcast October 17, 2016.