Physical Binary Harmonic Evolution

I-Ching Tree of Life

Binary harmonic evolution is not a new concept. The ancient Chinese Sage King Fu Hsi used it to create the First Heaven Sequence of the I-Ching – 5000+ years ago. Binary harmonic expansion starts relatively simply and expands out and in simultaneously, co-existing states eternally in that same simplicity so it can be understood as a simple system throughout. It is fractal and holographic in that sense. Because the binary harmonic fractal expands quickly with its binary harmonic doubling pattern, it becomes complex very quickly. By the time physical binary harmonic expansion reaches the end of just three levels of physical evolutionary expansion, it has already messaged for the evolution of all of the atomic elements and for them to reproduce nearly an infinite number of times to create the Super-Galactic Central Sun, billions of Galaxies, billions of billions of Stars, and billions of billions of Solar System Planets. The…

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