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The Auras of Circles and Other Abstract Geometry, Their Interaction with Space-Time, and Their Effects on the Mind's Perception.

Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen

Using the well documented technique of dowsing abstract geometrical shapes, this paper is one of several demonstrating that perception and hence consciousness is linked into the structure of universal space-time as evidenced by a linear relationship to geometry with a high correlation coefficient and the possible involvement of universal constants. This is augmented by local space-time variables such as the earth's spin, magnetism and orientation also affecting auras of abstract geometrical shapes, and hence the mind's perception.

Comments: 9 pages.

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Submission history

[v1] 28 Feb 2011
[v2] 5 Apr 2011

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