In the last few decades the main stream modern science has started accepting concepts like uncertainty principle, wave mechanics, quantum mechanics, and periodicity of the wave pattern. Most importantly it is about the fundamental wave pattern of any energy or matter and the harmonics of these wave patterns falling in a particular form and proportion which is dictated by geometry / mathematics. In all the modern scientists are still trying to understand the depths of science of the subtle aka the sacred spatial geometry.
Most of the eastern philosophies have mastered this science and have codified these natural laws as a part of their religion, which is often dismissed as superstition. Earlier we have learned that in Tamil and Sanskrit the meaning for word Science (Vingyanam) is “Knowledge of the Space”.
Modern science is moving in the right direction albeit very slow and they are trying to understand as to how elements are bonded within a molecule in addition to what elements constitute them. For example Chlorophyll molecule consists of Carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and magnesium (Mg at its core) has a complex 12 fold Pattern – just one such typical pattern which can convert sunlight into life substance. The same pattern exists in our RBC cells just that it has an iron at its core instead of magnesium.
The understanding about the human body especially, “the spatial awareness that exists in each and every cell is due to the different sensory organs tuned at frequencies”, led the scientists to unravel the innate spatial geometry of life.
Be it living, non‐living beings, abstract forces like gravity, nuclear force, electromagnetism, heat, movement of astronomical bodies it does not matter what, everything in this universe adheres to a vibration / periodicity and is reducible to a number or a ratio. As a wise man said, “Mathematics is the language of gods”. This primordial rhythm & its harmonics are captured under the topic “Seelam” by Mamuni Mayan in ancient Tamil texts. We will explore more in detail tomorrow.
Time = Space by Raguram Gopalan, http://ragsgopalan.blogspot.com