2. Quasicrystals

  1. Quasicrystals

From this X-ray diagram is possible to determine the crystal structure.
If a crystal is composed by triangles, these repeat themselves without leaving any  gap, with the same order.
This was so until the 50s.
Fortunately, the universe moves  towards enlightenment. and science is discovering geometry in nature.

During a demonstration performed with microscope in the American Association for the Advancement in Science in 1937, it was discovered that the crystal structure of tungsten was composed of nine atoms geometrically shaped as cubes.

Since then, science has continued to discover that the physical structure of the elements is governed by geometrical arrangements around a central point.

Thus, the assumption that the physical structure of the elements is composed primarily of solid particles has given way to quantic physics showing us  that
subatomic matter is empty and its nucleus comprises energy patterns.
Theon of Smyrna, a renowned scholar in antiquity, stated that the ten points in the
tetrarchy represent the Ten words of God. For Christians these “words”
were the Ten Commandments; to the Hebrews the ten spheres of the Tree of Life.



Continuing this line, with Girih mosaics, of  pure geometric design, consistent with Phi principles and non-figurative expressionism Muslim, Sufi of Achaemenid Persia, with a total coincidence with the quasicrystals discovered by dr. Dan Shechtman


The whole is more than the sum of the parts, (Gestalt).

Quasicrystals existed before Nobel prize.

Another point, the comet containing Hatyrkita, comet from interstellar universe that came into our atmosphere and crashed in Siberia, showed in its constitutions as a periodical  quasicrystal design

Following this thread we find  ΦBonacci and Phi, in the crop circles,  that originate in the environments of megalithic nodes lines Mary & Michel, within the lines of Hartmann or Curry .

They all refer to the morphological structure of the measure and its morphogenetic archetypes: Φ and ΦBonacci.


Reaffirming and detailing each of the morphological octaves that constitute the morphogenetic hypothesis  we´ll describe issue by issue  the constitution of
1. Crystals
2. Quasicrystals
3. Mosaics girih
4. Hatyrkita meteor
Φ morphogenetic y ΦBonacci structure
6. Crop Circle
7 .Iconic acashic, applications of sub-conscious collective (Jung)
8. Mandálic patterns
9. The fusion of graphene.

  1. Crystals:
    Until 1950, according to the International Union of Crystallography,   a crystal by definition, was: a composition of atoms, molecules or ions that are repeated periodically in the three dimensions of space (the pattern being generally hexagonal).

All crystals have a number of features that depend of  its symmetry, as the external morphology and physical properties. A very important aspect
is that when irradiated with X rays, they present a diffraction pattern given by a series of points that keep each ratio symmetry.


INTRODUCTION a conceptual change


There is an integrative fusion of universal morphology where all geometry is more than the sum of its parts.(Gestalt).

In the world of Φ (Phi), 1.618033, there are golden morphogenetic relationships,

creating new entities.

As they are all new visions, most observers need time to understand.

We begin with the initial image from the atomic microscope of a quasicrystal

It is not a coincidence that the order and rythm are determined by the number of Gold and its dynamic dependent law.

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What is fusion?

Each iconic morphology, is a pentalpha within a circle containing itself a source of multiplicatory energy .

The situation is similar to what happens with spherical tetrahedron in its overlap with the

morphogenetic atom fullerene content, representing geometrically Φ (Phi) in the Buckminster Fuller´ geodesic structure

The Golden Ratio (1.618033), appears in new materials: graphene, nanotubes and fullerene.

Let’s start with the existence of the crystal structures and their typical morphological module: the

sequence regular hexagon.

We follow aperiodic pentagonal quasicrystals with their morphologies