By coincidence or not Athanasius Kircher (1602–1680), a well regarded intellectual known to be the last man to know everything, appears to have understood something along the lines of what Kelvin Abraham has been working to extrapolate through his Tetryonics. Discovered independently of course, there may be some additional gems of information available to those seeking more connections in this regard. I'll continue to seek out the writings of Athanasius Kircher and will post any relevant information that may result from a continued investigation.
Quick Update, for what it's worth. I am not sure if this is a pointless exercise or not, but I can't help but be curious when similar images appear in manuscripts of the past. I discovered that the image I posted originates from a book titled "Mundus Subterraneus" and the section where it's found is called "Physico-Mathematica" which I find fascinating in itself. Then, in the section called "De Alchymia Sophistica" I found more equilateral triangles inscribed in circles.( page 311 ). Were these philosophers just stumbling on something or was there more going on below the surface so to speak?
Posted on Fri, January 2, 2015
by Richard Blankenship