The number of circles surrounding the 6 x 6 red grid in the Geometric Key brings information about the release of energy. Thermic (heat) energy and a luminic ( light) energy are quantified by the number of surrounding circles.
For one quadrant of the Geometric Key, the 72 purple female circles represent a fractal element of luminic energy and the 39 yellow male circles represent a fractal element of thermic energy.
Therefore in each half of the Geometric Key there are 144 purple female circles and 78 yellow male circles. Each half of the Geometric Key can be viewed as a manifestation of conical etheric energy with one flowing upward and the other one downward from the center of a torus or double star tetrahedron.
The Geometric Key can be interpreted as an energetic toroidal field map. If we consider the Geometric Key as a blueprint of numerical information we are able to investigate sub atomic structure beyond any previous physical descriptions.
In the Windmill Hill crop circle there are a total of 288 purple circles representing the feminine aspect (total luminic energy). Looking at the Geometric Key in four dimensions, we multiply 288 by 288 giving a possible mass of 82,944 which is the numerical fractal in the volume of a single cube inside Hypercube 216.
When the feminine and masculine energies unite a voltage is created. In one quadrant of the Geometric Key the 39 male circles and the 72 female circles produce an energy frequency voltage of 2808.
When we divide the equivalent mass of 82,944 by 2,808 we get a value approximate to the number of days in a lunar month (full moon to full moon).
82,944 ÷ 2,808 = 29.5384
Every full moon = 29.5306 days
2,808 is 216 multiplied by 13 (13 moons). 216 is one tenth of the diameter of the moon in miles. Each single cube inside Hypercube 216 has an energy frequency voltage of 13 and an equivalent mass of 384 (384 x 216 = 82,944). Every 28 lunar days Hypercube 216 spins 216 times to complete a cycle. In one year it will spin 2,808 times (28 x 13 = 364 days).
© [10/04/2017] by Salah-Eddin Gherbi