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The Circle, As Entity and Process, Explains Reality
A circle is a ubiquitous oscillation or 'beat,' a general X and Y, a 50-50 reality. A circle as entity creates a circle as process and vice versa. Only a circle can create a circle. Circling ties any opposite pair together.
Science and religion seek an answer to the same questions: Why are we here? How do we operate? Is there a unifying entity and-or process we can understand and articulate? Universes, planets, the sun, moon, earth, clocks, compasses, wheels, DNA, revolution and rotation, all in the shape of a circle, are an obvious clue. But though we may intuitively realize it, most of us have never intellectually considered: the circle, an inanimate form, is in control of, and responsible for, (is) every entity's reality. This may be because the circle is 'still' and we are 'moving' and we have yet to draw the 'circle' between still and moving. As we take even a little time to think about it carefully, though, it is very easy to see, we are, everything is, individually and collectively, whole and part, a circle (simple and complex in the very same moment). A circle is where 'center' is never 'center.' (Everything moves.) Any movement, as a general X and Y connection, or relationship, forms a circle. Moving (circling) turns any entity, process or system (circles), into a circle. Only a circle can create a circle.
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We see the circle (at least) twice every day: it is the outline, or form, of both sun and moon. We are standing on a circle that is traveling in a circle, around a circle that is traveling in another circle. We live in a circle (even though it looks like a square), we drive on four circles, we eat trillions of circles to survive, and we wrap ourselves in various circles for protection. Reproduction, sex and the family are all based on the circle. We see the circle in weather, seasons, DNA, molecules and atoms. We see it in the jiggling Brownian motion of particles, and in the rotation and revolution of planets and stars.
Yet we hear surprisingly little, and we learn, and we know, almost nothing about the circle, even though the circle is ubiquitous, constant, and very obvious. Normally, we 'think' and 'order' into big-little, slow-fast, near-far, with an emphasis on how things are different, (because these are the most basic dichotomies the circle creates). We are taught, and are used to 'thinking,' in hierarchies (triangles); that man or god or some other entity is the, or a, 'superior' entity, even though hierarchies (triangles) have failed to deliver any definitive answers. The whole notion of 'difference' comes from relativity, however; and relativity comes from the circle. Any two entities, similar or different, are joined by an invisible line which is always the diameter of a circle. A big or little, near or far, slow or fast circle is always a circle; all circles are the same no matter where, when, how, why, what, whom they are. (This is the unification all sciences and religions ultimately articulate, though they may do so using different words). So, understanding one circle ensures, or guarantees, we understand all circles.
So what is a circle? A circle is a pair of opposite pairs. Between any two entities there is a line (invisible, perhaps, but a line, just the same) that is (must be) the diameter of a circle. This means any two anything forms a circle. Therefore, everything's a circle because an entity, in relationship to whatever is not that entity, is on a circle, and, therefore, in a circular relationship with the circle, and, thus, has to be, especially from the circle's point of view, a circle. A circle, and, therefore, any entity, is comprised of, or articulated as, a pair of pairs (though one of the pairs may be invisible) which are eventually, or ultimately, circles (which may also be invisible but are present just the same). If all entities are pairs of pairs, then the relationship between the pair is important, central, or basic, and not any pair. This is the unification idea, or theory, we all need to move forward (in a line, and at the same time, a circle). Two is always one and one is always two.
When you see two entities together, any two entities, you can connect them in your mind by drawing an invisible circle around them. This is the true reality for the two entities - how they 'know' each other and how they 'communicate.' You can also draw a circle around your observation of them, or you and them. As you draw a circle around whatever it is that you want to observe (or 'know'), you create a 'frame.' A frame is a circle; that is where/what/when the observer decides to observe is a circle because the observer and the observed is in a circular, and also a linear, relationship. So a frame has to be a circle (even if it is in another shape).
It is impossible to say definitively what an entity is (where the frame is); except, that is, that all entities are circles; so a person, a couple, a family, a neighborhood, a community, a region, a country, a continent, an ocean, or a group of these are all circles. All circles are circles of circles. And if an entity is on or in a circle, that entity must be a circle (because he, she, or it, is in a circular relationship with the circle). The circle is NOT hierarchical until we draw a frame and assign some hierarchy. The circle is arbitrary according to where the circler decides to circle. This can get tricky. For example, with clouds, or water, saying where the entity is, or what it's made of, is not exact (the circle is fluid or moving but it is still present). One thing is clear, however; circles always occur in pairs. (So to understand anything you must draw the line and the circle, or find the appropriate pair.) The circle is the unifier, entity and process, both science and philosophy (religion) articulate (and are seeking).
Circles can only circle; so, if everything's a circle, we would expect to see the circle in all processes and systems. In some ways, it is easier to see the circle as a process then as an entity: televisions, computers, telephones, video games, recording devices, books, music, films, words, numbers, card games, sports (the symbols we use to enjoy our reality) are all based on circles, or, more accurately, are all circles creating circles (think of a basketball, football game or tennis match: the players and their basketball/football/tennis balls are circles creating circles of different size, and speed, as the balls move back and forth, side to side, up and down, left and right, on the court). We must frame (circle) the game (circle) in our minds (circle it); only the frame (circle) can create a frame (circle); the circle between us and the game (frame) has created the circle (circle of circles). Whatever we are experiencing, seeing, hearing, observing, are all based on circles, because sight, and sound, (smell and touch) are linear, and circular, processes (again, circles creating circles). Once we see that a line is a circle (because any line is the diameter of a circle and, then, a set of circles), then it is easier to see everything's a circle. All processes are circles (examples: weather, photosynthesis, breathing, digestion, reproduction, markets, etc). Once we 'see' the circle it is very easy to understand its role, and presence, in everything. Once we use our minds to turn everything into a circle, we can take advantage of the power unity provides.
The circle, then, connects, and creates, time and space, form and substance, and energy and matter (force and particle, string and dimension), appearing to us as substance and movement, expansion and gravity, light and sound (slow-fast, big-little, close-far, hot-cold, wet-dry, push-pull, etc.), always a yin and yang of some kind, (noun and verb and-or subject and object) always a pair of pairs, an opposite pair, and-or, a circle.
Form (tied to substance, energy and mass) is playing a major role in the creation of all substance, thought, and the symbols we use to understand these. (Circular) Sound is the circle, or relationship, of form and substance, which produces substance and relative size (space). (Linear) Lightis the circle, or relationship, of energy and mass, which produces movement and relative speed (time). (Circular-Linear) Reality is the circle, or relationship, of time and space (light and sound, movement and substance), which produces dimension and relative proximity (shape). Circular and linear (circumference and diameter) sound and light (space and time) are integrated and unified by, as, and within, the circle; they can never be separated (gravity).
Ignoring size, speed and proximity, all entities reduce to a one-dimensional circle (absolute relativity). The circle is conserved, or survives, and preserves itself, by expressing through all entities, physical, intellectual, emotional, and intuitional, as a set of opposite pairs, providing the reason and reality for all entities. There are no entities that are not comprised of, and affected by, an opposite pair. (In order to understand any 'one' we must examine it in the context of 'two.') There are no entities that are not eventually, and, even now, circles (every entity is connected to every other entity by an invisible line which is ALWAYS the invisible diameter of an invisible, but absolutely present, nonetheless, circle). The circle, as it preserves, conserves, and expresses itself through all other entities (as movement and opposite pairs), is running the whole show; this may sound like science fiction, but it is the most realistic, simplest, reliable, verifiable science we will ever 'discover.' All relationships are circular; only a circle can create a circle.
The circle will always create an argument (two points of view) as it drives everyone, and everything, into two (at least) points of view (neither one absolutely correct; both relatively correct). (So half of us must say, not a circle, a line.) The circle guarantees opposites will attract and then repel (or, at least, change places) causing havoc, eventually, in all relationships. (There is always a circle AND line). So the circle is the basis for 'what goes around comes around.' Understanding the circle helps us all to live more productively (deal with the negatives we encounter by understanding where they come from). The circle is the basis for humanity, and for humanism, in general. It solves all problems, establishes priorities, and provides, for all of us, everywhere and anywhere, in all situations and all circumstances, a perfect, and enhanced, understanding of existence and perspective. All entities are connected by an invisible line (light), which is always the invisible diameter of an invisible circle (sound); all circles, no matter the size, speed, or location, are the same; the circle is conserving itself by expressing in, through, and as, all other entities as equal, and unequal, opposite pairs. The circle integrates and equalizes all entities. A cycle, wave, particle, orbit, sphere, oval, line, triangle, square, star, oscillation, movement, connection, and-or spiral, is a circle when time and space are removed.
The presence of a prime is the reason for a constant which is how (and why) we have many primes, many constants, many circles, which appear as an accelerating (moving) circle which is also a decelerating (contracting) circle (eventually a line) which appears as a point, a singularity, which came from (destines at) a duplicity (duality). This entangled one and two (one as two, two as one) (complementarity, uncertainty) is the basis for reality (pi is the hidden arbiter between any X and Y; X and Y is forced by pi).
Only a circle can create a circle, not god, man, or any other entity; not a hierarchy of any kind (unless, they, too, are circles); we must begin to integrate circular reasoning into our intellectual processes because we exist in a circular reality where entity and process are in a circular relationship, where ALL relationships are circular, where the equal sign (in mathematics, and otherwise) connotes a circle. A circle is, always, a general X and Y, a 50-50 reality, producing singularity as duality, certainty as uncertainty, survival as reproduction.