While I was looking through the pictures of The Joshua Tree Retreat Center, one of the most striking things I noticed were the geometric shapes, that suggested pyramids – both in the construction and the shadows created by the shapes of the shadows, and its general layout and positioning on the ground. Everywhere the photographer looked, the shapes suggest to the mind a pyramidal shape.
Frank Lloyd Wright is one of my most favorite shape creators, believing in combining the outer and inner scapes in harmony and positioning.
Wright believed in designing structures that were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. This philosophy was best exemplified by Fallingwater (1935), which has been called “the best all-time work of American architecture”.
He also added the dimension of light and its interplay on the human psyche into his design.
Wright fully embraced glass in his designs and found that it fit well into his philosophy of organic architecture. Glass allowed for interaction and viewing of the outdoors while still protecting from the elements. In 1928, Wright wrote an essay on glass in which he compared it to the mirrors of nature: lakes, rivers and ponds. One of Wright’s earliest uses of glass in his works was to string panes of glass along whole walls in an attempt to create light screens to join together solid walls. By utilizing this large amount of glass, Wright sought to achieve a balance between the lightness and airiness of the glass and the solid, hard walls.
This is important when you learn about shape power and its ability to attract and define etheric energies. Lines – even suggested lines create energy vortices. The pyramid shape, depending on its angles will direct energy up or down because of the location of the vortex it creates by its angles.
The four corners of the base and the apex are all formed by the intersecting lines of the triangular sides. These corners are where the aether flows concentrate from the triangular sides and form etheric energy flows at these focal points. The magnetic effects created at the corners of the pyramid have also been confirmed in my laboratory testing.
Since all we need are intersecting lines to create etheric energy gradients, which act to concentrate and focus etheric energy into etheric force, this clearly explains why a pyramid shape, made only of the outer edges and base to define the pyramid, functions as well as solid pyramid. In fact, research by Joe Parr has shown that a solid pyramid must have some holes in it to maximize the energy effects. This also is another explanation of why there are “air shafts” in the great pyramid. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjKm_Pi6dTMAhXE4CYKHYrXDyEQFggdMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.free-energy-info.com%2FDavidson.pdf&usg=AFQjCNEvHd7WlG51sVewkre_60dSyn5zyQ&sig2=R8qxTSU3DpnunV2lm1J5KA
Further, after listening to Paul Andrews and Victoria GeVoian speak last night I heard Victoria say that the retreat was built on a ley line and that it has a natural aquifer under it. Kerry Cassidy had an interview with Maria Wheatley that explained the importance of ley lines and aquifers:
Which would further enhance the energies of this retreat space. The HuMan mind creates all the time whether we are aware of it or not. The subconscious mind can see the suggestion of a shape and complete it in our minds for us. So while the entire pyramidal shape is not built, it is still there in our subconscious minds. Thusly, we are all building this shape when we are there surrounded by its suggestion.
Further, I’d be willing to bet that the orientation of these structures magnetically will be the classic – north-south to east west alignments. I’m gonna be looking at that with the app on my phone when I get out there.
Add to all the ground and etheric power of the place thousands of people who are all open and questioning and the subculture that that many minds will create that week end and the consensus built, and we will be primed for the best experience of this nature in our lives. I can feel it in my bones.
I can’t Wait!