I hope you’ve been following my blog, because I’m on to something here. I pointed out that sometimes artists hide secret “Easter Eggs” in their artwork as a bonus for anyone who takes the time to look for them. After much speculative analysis, I’ve decided that the intelligent universe, too, does this. It hides things everywhere– in synchronicity, patterns, etc.– and sometimes you might get a gut feeling to look here or there and discover those patterns and parallels that, for some, offer a source of guidance for those looking for some guidance from a higher plane.
In the new age conscious truth-seeking community, it’s a phenomena called synchronicity, and it usually happens through “intuitive hits”. Some say it’s how “God” speaks to you. I call it “magic”. Much of the time, people won’t even realize that they’re doing things in a way that is completely organized on a higher level. They go about their lives, leaving behind traces of their presence that sometimes someone might find later on and put together into a greater whole that is interconnected with the rest of the universe.
Case in point: my strange Vicci Martinez parallelogram from my last post.
Hey, what are you doing, purple text?! There can be only ONE caption, got it? What’s that? You’re actually a “subtitle” and not a “caption”? Whatever.
Also, don’t forget the frighteningly bizarre right angle made by the “sailboat constellation”:
I don't understand what your "subtitle" is saying. Do you mean: “here is a right angle orientated symmetrically along the north/south pole axis overlayed on the constellation”, Mr. Smarty-McSubtitle-pants?
Now that level of mathematical perfection doesn’t just happen by accident. Nor does it just keep on repeating itself willy-nilly in a predictable, sequential way if the universe is chaotic and random. And it’s not like my dad and I plotted out all the symmetry on the map before we moved to these places. No, we were guided by an unseen hand, and I am pretty sure that goes for the entire universe and each and every created thing. And it’s reasons like these that folks in the “conscious” truth-seeker community will give you to explain the material world as being made up of just consciousness and vibration.
Yup, that’s what they might tell you. The material world is an illusion, and it’s consciousness that gives rise to material reality, not the other way around. And that’s where “God” comes in, who breathes life into creation each moment so we can experience His love.
There’s now a scientific basis (in the non-establishment community, of course) for the need for God to exist, because the chaotic “universe-that-came-from-nothing” model is falling apart at the seams because it can’t support all this new data and these observations. The science of consciousness can only really be ridiculed and suppressed and censored by “peer review”, and a controlled corporate media platform, but that’s rapidly changing.
People are waking up.
I hope this isn’t too “conspiratorial” for you, but the facts are the facts, and the mainstream establishment just isn’t giving them to you. It’s up to people like me on our own platforms to be citizen journalists (or in my case a laid back satire/humorist blogger) in a media environment where people are told what to think by someone else. And what not to think. I learned this from a professor who studies media way back in 2009 that the media decides for us what “news” is.
When the stars align
I’m arguing that what I’m showing you with these circumstances on the map is not an accidental fluke, but signs of a greater Intelligence and universal mind. These here alignments, which are more comprehensive and inclusive than just ley lines, may yield so much potential to systematically identify people and places of significance in an observer’s life that I felt it necessary to give the study of it a proper name: cartograstrology. It borrows from the words cartography— or map making— and astrology, which is the study of the stars and heavenly bodies and their impact on human affairs. So, cartograstrology is the study of the “stars”, be them natural or artificial places, mapping them as they relate to the observer, and then take subsequent steps that can identify larger patterns (constellations) to help find guidance, make meaningful decisions or observations, or just have fun and be inspired by the wonders of an intelligent universe.
Taking into consideration that so far I’ve developed cartograstrology from looking at only my own “map”, I would have to say that this scientific-sounding “-ology” could really benefit from other people’s interactions with it so I don’t have to present it in such a satirical way. There are profound implications here!
To demonstrate just how systematic it is in uncovering hidden gems for those who dig into it, check out this graphic:
See the fractal pattern emerge with that purple triangle? Incredible! Let’s call this the “Tacoma Triangle”. (copyright!)
Following a pattern of logic, you’d think there’d be something that would align with that last part of the sequence annotated with a “?”. According to cartograstrology, something is likely to be waiting for you to discover and fit into the sequence. When rotating the purple Tacoma-shaped triangle until a side aligns with one of the lines of the sailboat constellation, there are roads and bridges or intellectual points of interest that run parallel with at least one other side, which humans put there. For whatever reason they put those the way they are, whether they were aware of the patterns or not.
There’s now a missing piece of the puzzle. Because all is consciousness, and because I’m aware of this missing piece and therefore it exists, it must exist for a purpose, right?
So, as with any scientific endeavor, when a hypothesis is formed, there’s a process involved and it follows a series of steps. For example, if it involved fossils, you’d dig a layer deeper; stars, you’d examine the spectral lines. In cartograstrology, you look at people, yourself and others, and the intellectual connections to them on a map.
In the case of this “sailboat” comprising a few key “stars” being tied to Vicci, I’ll look there.
Remember back in November I was listening to Lindsey Stirling Radio on my Pandora when “The Arena” came on? I don’t purchase albums very often, but my intuition was telling me it’s time to buy her music instead of just being around when the songs come on the radio. When I delved into the album and looked a bit closer to the song “We Are Giants”, I realized, Wow, all these years I’ve heard this song on Pandora I never noticed that the singer and collaborator, Dia Frampton, knew Vicci from The Voice!
I read Dia’s media blog and saw the parallels in our lives: we both work in food service as our day jobs but have big dreams, we both have an older sibling we share a lot of memories with (“Gold and Silver” kills me!), to name a few. I ended up buying Dia Frampton’s albums as well.
The parallels I was looking for were to be found in one particular song that had “bowtie” in the lyrics. At this stage, anything bowtie-related is going to get my attention. So the search was on.
The stylized “R” and “N” from her album cover fit into the square on the map made by the intersections of Pearl Street and Orchard Street going north and south, 6th Avenue and South 12th Street going east and west. The arc in the “R” goes exactly halfway across the square, and the “N” fits in there perfectly. The diagonal line of the “R” also aligns perfectly with the side of the triangle, and the “R” also stops right on that infamous circle from my previous post. In summary, the proportions and features of that “R” and “N” are perfect in relation to these streets and the Tacoma Triangle. It’s as if the universe was instructing the graphic designer at Universal Republic Records (did you catch that parallel? Did you!?) through the creative process so that someone could get something out of this later.
Okay, cartograstrology: let’s use what we’re learning and find those missing pieces! Now where does that uniquely stylized “A” fit in?
The purple lines are straight, and show how the bars on the "A" are not straight but look more like the streets in Tacoma
The "A" on the album cover is not wide enough for the bars to fit across the streets of Tacoma nicely. Sometimes the data you obtain doesn't fit, and when this happens in the scientific establishment instead of changing the books to fit the data, they change the data to make it fit what's already been accepted. Or they just throw out the data. Not here!
Since I don't wanna make another rotating triangle GIF graphic, imagine the purple triangle rotating and fitting snug between the R and the A, okay?
The “A” has two bars, with a slight curve on the right side, as illustrated, much like 6th and 12th veer to the north a bit going east. The parallelogram runs along those streets, so when you take that “A” and stretch it a bit to align with those streets, guess what? The angle of the “A” will align with the purple triangle, and you’ll get something that resembles the “FR” stylization on the album cover! Okay, speaking of stretching, maybe that was a stretch. But so far, you gotta admit, there are many parallels here.
As for Dia Frampton, she’s since become a favorite of mine. I remember when I first heard the track “Shatter Me” on Pandora in 2014, and my initial response was, Wow, Lindsey Stirling found some inspiration! It would remind me of when I first heard “Angel” as a new Vicci fan. Dia is credited as a writer for Shatter Me. Nice work, Dia!
So, if cartograstrology is good for anything, it’s helping me discover new artists I like. Because seriously, there are like a million artists out there and I can’t listen to them all!
Cartograstrological Side Effects
Another music video I’m jealous about is Lindsey’s music video for her Shatter Me track “Heist”. I couldn’t have envisioned a better music video for this song myself! It would be a travesty if I didn’t mention it on my video game blog, especially since I should point out some issues you might have with this new eye for wanting to find patterns in the mundane.
A side effect, I’m finding, is that now every time I see a triangle, especially rotating ones, I think, Ooh, is there a cartograstrological synchronicity waiting for me to discover?! And then I go and open up Inkscape or Chrome and “check the map.” It can get overbearing.
Case in point: this music video features Lindsey Stirling’s “rotating triangle power attack” unleashed by a violin power-up in the coin-operated arcade game she is inside. It’s got all the lead-ons: Lindsey Stirling: check. In a video game: check. Rotating triangles: check.
In the initial shot of this awesome power attack, Lindsey’s rotating triangle beam is coming straight at the camera and is made up of equilateral triangles. The shot pictured in the graphic is the second shot to feature the beam coming towards the camera, but the beam is off to the side, so the triangles in the front of the string don’t appear equilateral due to perspective. Well, what are their dimensions, now?
As you can see, the triangle beam and the Tacoma Triangle are so similar that the differences are marginal, and I could have used either one in my the animated GIF from my previous post showing the parallel geography and infrastructure.
Does this mean that Lindsey Stirling is keen on the cartograstrology? You’ll have to ask her that question.
My next example is another favorite music video of mine that I’m equally jealous about: “Take Flight”.
Take a gander at these gems:
So there you have it. If you’ve read this far and are intrigued by the sailboat constellation and all the parallels that cartograstrology has to offer, you’ve been warned. You might start seeing parallels everywhere and in everything, because it’s all connected, man!