If you were travelling on the ocean and had no way to determine a frame of reference for your location or your desired

Destination – the results would likely end in catastrophe.  Hence the need for and use of items like the compass and map

And the importance of time and space coordinates.


But if life were like an ocean and your mind was the vessel, what happens to the being that lacks these items in the realm

Of mind?  Same thing, catastrophe…. or almost as bad, never getting started properly on your journey of actualization properly.


Like normal material 3D objects parts of the mind, especially those that are dealing with interfacing with the external environment,

Use and respond to PITCH, YAW, ROLL.  This is why people change the angle of their eyes when remembering or when



Recall from a previous post to the group, I shared the below ( see full post of this repeated at end of this document)


From: Donald Adams

Subject: [The Sound of Stars] 1. Shape is memory storage

To: "The Sound of Stars" <soundofstars@groups.facebook.com>

Received: Saturday, November 3, 2012, 3:42 AM


1. Shape is memory storage 2. Artworks are...           


So, if memory is associated with shape, then when the persons eyes are changing their tilt angle, its likely because they

are unconsciously following the contours of the memory in their imaginal representation of an historic event.  Got that?


Note, however, that not all parts of mind are constrained to a 3 D range of motion, but that’s a topic for another discussion.


Developing an appreciation and understanding of 3 D motion as it occurs inside the mind is enormously beneficial and a

good place to begin in getting educated on the topic of mental navigation.



Further, keep this in mind, its equally important ; Not only is your current inner mental, emotional angular orientation important for your own well being and your relationship to your external environment but its also critically important in your relating with other

People and even with your goals.  If you were the captain of a ship at sea, you would at some point have to dock your ship

With a port, and to do so requires that your ship moves properly in relation to the destination, that means they have to line up

Properly – it’s the same thing with your life.  For more info on this see the following LINK


Following below are some additional and relevant links which may be of further interest ;


Tom Bearden - Speed of the Conscious and Subconsc. Mind (2)




























From: Donald Adams <notification+hkh3__p_@facebookmail.com>

Subject: [The Sound of Stars] 1. Shape is memory storage

To: "The Sound of Stars" <soundofstars@groups.facebook.com>

Received: Saturday, November 3, 2012, 3:42 AM


Donald Adams posted in The Sound of Stars

1. Shape is memory storage 2. Artworks are...    

2. Artworks are maximal memory stores

3. Shape is the process-history recovered from the present state.

4. Tension goes from the present state to the past state, i.e; corresponds to the recovery of process-history.




The emotional expression is given by the configuration of tension, but tension is recovered process-history.

Therefore emotional expression is recovered process-history (i.e., memory storage).

Thus our rules for the recovery of process-history, i.e., memory storage, are the rules of emotional expression.

This allows us to systematically and completely map out the emotional expression in an artwork.


Differential Geometry -> Emotional Expression


What happens if Differential geometry is incorporated into Design and Manufacture?


ART LAW : The Fundamental Laws of Art = The Fundamental Laws of Memory Storage. According to this, Shape functions as memory storage. We have seen that the laws produce process diagrams, which give the actions stored in an artwork. That is, the diagrams actually represent the stored memory. Thus, according to this theory, the process of creating the work is that of loading histories into the work, and the process of understand the work is the process of recovering those histories. All the rules of art come from the First and Second Fundamental Laws of memory Storage. These are formulated respectively as the Asymmetry Principle and the Symmetry Principle. That is, the Asymmetry Principle and the Symmetry Principle are , in fact, the fundamental laws of art. Let us now make sure we carefully understand this, as follow: The Asymmetry Principle states that any asymmetry in the present is assumed to have arisen from a past symmetry. And the Symmetry Principle states that any symmetry in the present is assumed to have always existed. Furthermore, to use these two laws, one goes through the simple three-part prcedure given in section 1.4, for recovering the past. One merely partitions the present into its asymmetries and its symmetries. Then one applies the Asymmetry Principle to the asymmetries; and one applies the Symmetry Principle to the Symmetries. : Leyton


" In Leyton geometry, a broken symmetry at a given level does not lose the symmetry information, and it also generates a new symmetry at the next higher level. Hence it increases the overall symmetry. This is necessary, in order for a negative entropy process to exist and for it to absorb and coherently integrate disordered vacuum virtual energy into real, observable, ordered EM energy. Leyton’s discovery of the resulting hierarchies of symmetry {10a} is thus another giant revolution ticking away in physics. Tom Bearden "


Quasicrystals are structural forms that are ordered but not periodic. They form patterns that fill all the space though they lack translational symmetry.