035 - Dan Shaw, Modern Alchemist

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035 - Dan Shaw, Modern Alchemist

Postby Grahame Gardner » Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:25 pm

In this episode, I spend the day with American vortex researcher Dan Shaw. We visited the 'Electric Brae' in Ayrshire, a supposed gravitic anomaly where cars roll uphill (it didn't), and the spectacular cup-and-ring marks at Ballochmyle, where we sat down for a chat about vortex theory, the world grid, tetrahedral geometries and other such things.

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Re: 035 - Dan Shaw, Modern Alchemist

Postby Kevin » Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:54 pm

Really enjoyed this podcast( I have this week discovered them)
Could I with respect offer up a thought?
The matrix grid is of universe.
It is of universe in a perfectly packed super dense substance.
That substance is formed of mirror faced geometric shapes that enable multiple dimensions.
The vortex points are of both clockwise and counterclockwise formation that implosion and emmitance into and out of the surface zone around this planets occurs.
That the ratio of implosion over emmitance is of 55/34.
There is therefore a net difference of 21, and that that net difference is currently called gravity.
That there is no force called gravity.
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