We have seen that certain frequencies of sound move dust particles, suspended in a fluid, into geometric patterns. Interestingly enough, the universe moves super galaxies and nebulas in a very similar way. It is as if space-time were a fluid-like substance and vibrations in this fluid acts like a universal heartbeat to guide all matter into perfect geometric patterns. As we look to the patterns formed in many crop circles we find repeated examples of this galactic geometry. This presentation was originally webcast on December 5, 2016.