Monday, January 9, 2012
This design, among others, is an example of the 64 parts analysis of the universal torus model which applies to all that is natural from the smallest to the largest, it comes from the film "Thrive" and is part of a presentation on universal alignments and similarities in design and structure. This is a worldview that has existed in the Dakota Oyate for generations, although the description and interpretations may vary somewhat, the understanding of the general premise is a given among the Dakota Wichasta and the wakan wichasta. As you continue to explore the language and the nuances of language you will begin to see the worldview as in incorporates that universal design premise. But in addition to this premise there is also an understanding that there is no understanding as all remains a superior mystery and to accomodate your thought process to encompass or grasp this empirical view is to be close to the Creator or within the range of Wakan Tanka, or spiritually enlightened, some would say.