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The auspicious symbol of the umbrella in Buddhist philosophy is perhaps a hidden message, or a hint to the true nature of reality delivered down through the ages to those who might seek to perceive and inquire. However, the mathematical expression of the, “umbrellic transformation,” is one rarely discussed in Buddhist circles that I have encountered if ever, and it is certainly not vocally embodied in the vibrant message promoted and propagated by the majority of the Buddhist community.

This book delivers an algebraic-geometric analysis of the folding circle, as known as the umbrella. The circle that folds up into a cone holds within it the foundation and structure required for realization of the nature of reality and the expanding theory of consciousness that has collapsed into pure geometry.

As the originator of these mathematical vestments, I encourage you to read about them and gain inspiration from them in your galactic travels.

We are only beginning to understand what the meaning of the, “phenomenological velocity,” solution truly means and the curvatures that are present from the compiled, “compacted,” nestled and compressed mathematical solutions within the equation-expression of the height of the cone delivered from simple geometric-algebraic postulates and actual ideal perceptions.

We ask ourselves, “why do the galaxies spiral?” We ask ourselves, what is the phenomenon of, “dark matter,” and we lack answers to these basic questions, but with the Cone of Perception, our answers to explanations of the accelerating universe are clear; acceleration is built into the framework itself from the get go. Time is not a priori. Time is an illusion. It is not a real parameter, but instead, we use parameters of distance, angle, and curvature.

The physicists’ dirty secret is that they have assumed that mass exists as a real phenomenon, and have based all their calculations upon this concept. However functional the postulate of mass’s, “being,” is, it is still an assumption on its face. Does one actually perceive a mass? Or has one inferred that a concept of mass must exist as the basis of reality, and if so, “on what notion was this inference based?” The Geometric Pattern of Perception Theorems base their functionality of describing the motionof and perceived being of, “objects,” in the world through pure algebra and geometry of the transformation of ideal shapes. Through perceiving and describing these transformations phenomenologically, we can extract a plentitude of, “qualia,” and equations of transformation and motion, which act as articulation of perceived phenomena of transformation and motion and may suffice for explaining curvature of space time, including the curvature perceived as correlating with dark matter.

People speak of Energy to describe the phenomenon of that which is neither created nor destroyed, but really, all that is needed to describe that phenomenon is contained within the, “phenomenological velocity,” equation, also known as V-Curvature, since it’s not really even necessary to consider it velocity.