5. Proof Of Afterlife By Geometry
Geometry is a branch of mathematics that deals with the question of spatial relationships. Geometry arose independently around the world as ancient societies began dealing with length, areas, and volumes. The Great Pyramid below was built almost four thousand years ago. It shows the ancient Egyptians had knowledge of line, plane, and space – the elements of geometry.
Geometry was developed out of practical concerns such as surveys, measurements, areas, and volumes. Around 300 BCE Euclid, a greek mathematician, formalized geometry by writing “The Elements.” The Elements is regarded as one of the most influential works in the history of mathematics. It became the textbook for teaching geometry. The Elements deduced the field of geometry from a small set of axioms. It formalized the concepts of point, line, and plane. It provided the foundation for mathematicians to build upon for over 2000 years.
The giants of geometry, Euclid and Descartes, developed a language to explain the surrounding world. Almost immediately it became apparent their concepts made sense. This wasn’t an arbitrary concept that overlaid the actual world. These were fundamental concepts that seemed to get at the way the world functions. In ancient society there was no understanding of area, volume, and numbers. This work arose out of societies need to measure and count. The great pyramid shows a firm understanding of measurement. It was built not long after the first cities arose Mesopotamia. Recorded history began in this region in 3100 BCE. The Great Pyramid was build in 2560 BCE. Geometry was firmly entrenched in Egypt a mere 500 years after the dawn of recorded history.
The geometrical concepts of ideal points, planes, space were used extensively in the ancient world because they made sense. You cannot build a pyramid that measures 480 feet tall without it. The accuracy of the base is such that the four sides have an average error of less than 3 inches. The base is flat to within 1 inch. Clearly the ancient Egyptians had a working knowledge of point, line, and space.
Geometry is the perfect toolset for understanding life. It provide a thought-framework for understanding the surrounding world. It works so well to describe our environment that some wonder if we actually use geometric equations to manifest our reality in our minds. Is geometry the framework for life or is life the representation of geometry? The two are close. Geometry, built from the simple concepts of point, line, and space describe our environment remarkably well.
In this section I will use Geometry, the language of the environment, to prove afterlife. I will takes these basic elements of point, line, plane, space, and time, that have been in use since the dawn of civilization, to prove afterlife. These basic elements are all I need to prove afterlife beyond any doubt. There is no subjectivity in this section. There are no leaps of faith either. This section takes you one step at a time and concludes exactly what afterlife is at the conclusion. If you follow this section through to the end you will understand afterlife. You will understand afterlife in specific terms. You will see what happens at the end of life. You will also see why afterlife is feasible.