Rediscovering the Pythagorean Plato’s Golden Mean Number System

A Grand Unification of the Sciences, Arts & Consciousness:
Rediscovering the Pythagorean Plato’s Golden Mean Number System
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Sunday 3rd April – 6pm

A zoom talk by Professor Scott Olsen

A profound golden mean number system emerges underlying the cosmos, nature and consciousness by combining the insights from #-Infinity theory, Plato’s initiatory insights into the golden mean, and David Bohm’s implicate and explicate orders.

Recognizing the pervasive presence of the golden mean throughout physics, chemistry, biology, cosmology, architecture, music and the arts leads one to a radical paradigm shift.

This Copernican revolution reveals a grand unification of the sciences, arts and consciousness in which the universe is seen to function as nothing less than a golden mean supercomputer.

 

Professor of Philosophy & Comparative Religion at the College of Central Florida, Scott first received international acclaim by successfully decoding the geometric mysteries of Plato.

His recent book, The Golden Section: Nature’s Greatest Secret has received rave reviews, and in 2007 was awarded a 1st place for design by the Bookbinders’ Guild of New York.

 

 

For Members and Associates Only
These meetings are open to those who have paid the current TSE membership or Associate fee. If you wish to apply for membership or register as an Associate,  Visit Here for details… or email office@theosoc.org.uk

Please Register here before Friday 1st April…

 

April 3

18:00

– 19:30

(1h 30′)

Online

Scott Olsen