Crop circle The circle, which is more than 300ft in diameter, was cut into a field of oil seed rape by Wilton Windmill at Wilton near Marlborough. Photo: PINh
The suggestion applies to the phenomenon of geometric crop circle formations when concepts from advanced mathematics and fractals mysteriously appearing in farmers' fields.
In 2010, a 300foot pattern of lines and circles appeared in a field in Wiltshire, UK.
Crop circle researcher Lucy Pringle found that it contained Euler's Identity, a mathematical theorem that reads (e^{ iπ} + 1 = 0).
The Independent noted that the equation is,
Of course, crop circles like this one have only ever been officially proven to come from sneaky human hoaxers.
Nevertheless, these humans, whatever their true intentions, might be onto something. If aliens want to communicate, it might be through math.
In the video below, Anonymous Official explores the idea that intelligent beings communicate with us through math.
Only this time, they suggest that perhaps the communication has been right under our noses, part of our daily way of life.
What are all these reoccurring numbers appearing, although we take them for granted? Where did it come from...?
The first system of writing and math originated in ancient Mesopotamia 5,000 years ago. The civilization made dramatic leaps in mathematics and in writing.
They credited the information as knowledge from their gods, the Anunnaki, who came from the sky.
The math used so long ago was based around the numbers 12 and 60 and is still in use today.
Frequencies, energy, and vibrations
Mathematics can also be represented as vibrations, in waves of light and the frequencies of sound.
Nikola Tesla once said:
If we look at vibrations, it was Pythagoras (ca. 569 BC  ca. 475 BC) who created the first documented tuning system for music based on numerical ratios of harmonic fifths, an ancient musical scale.
Although Pythagoras didn't know it at the time, he tuned musical instruments to reach an ideal 432 hertz or cycles per second.
That vibration was the way ancient musical instruments were tuned, such as Tibetan Bowls, though to deliver healing harmonic frequencies.
The number 432
Across the globe, the Mayans created an inexplicably accurate calendar, taking into account the wobble of the planet to calculate twelve months of 2160 Earth years to complete the circle.
'Coincidentally',
As Anonymous asks:
Does it all go back to the mathematics that started it all in ancient Mesopotamia, with its standards of measurement?
Is the number 432 a secret to decoding a higher understanding?
Last week, we posted an article about a pilot named George Van Tassel.
He calmly claimed to regularly meet with extraterrestrials who look like ordinary human beings in the 50s. One of the things he learned from them was a mathematical equation that unlocked the means to time travel.
In this below new video, Anonymous also looked at this equation.
They inserted the number for One Great Year described by the Mayans, 25,920 years, in the place of the one. Then, the number 60 is inserted for time.
Once more, the number 432 emerges
The number 432 emerges across the globe in India in the Hindu Kali Yuga, a measurement of 432,000 years.
We know that frequencies of sound have a direct effect on matter, as demonstrated in the science of Cymatics and resonance experiments.
Could the frequency of 432 Hz be of singular importance?
Below is what 432 Hertz looks like when vibrating a drop of water:
The patterns are beautiful, but is there some deeper meaning that we are missing here?
Douglas Adams once joked about the number 42 in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy:
Perhaps, as it turns out, he was one number off...
For more, check out the profound video from Anonymous Official and keep and open mind.
