Proof Of Afterlife By Geometry
5.3 Section Three – Pyramid Geometry
5.3.1 Imagine A Pyramid
Imagine magine a pyramid. This is a perfect pyramid made from four geometric planes. The sides of the pyramid extend out to the limits of your universe. Place yourself – your point of view – at the apex of a pyramid. The pyramid looks like this:
We have a pyramid sitting in the universe with your point of view at its apex. The sides of the pyramid extend out to the limits of your surrounding space. The apex sits at the center of your universe.
5.3.2 Slice The Pyramid
Take a geometric plane and make a horizontal slice through the pyramid as shown below. The horizontal slice intersects the pyramid forming a plane. The small drawing in the upper right shows a side view of the plane intersecting the pyramid. The large main drawing shows the pyramid slice in perspective.
You can see how the plane slices through the pyramid. The intersection of the pyramid and slicing plane is shown in yellow.
5.3.3 Place Two Boxes On The Pyramid
Take two cubes, exactly the same size, and place it on the pyramid as shown. The base of both cubes sit exactly on the intersection formed by the slicing plane. They look like a single box because they are the same size and in the same location. Two identical boxes sitting on the pyramid looks like this:
The drawing in the upper right shows the cubes sitting on the slice from a side view. The center of the cubes sit precisely at the apex. The large drawing shows the cubes in perspective sitting on the slice.
5.3.4 Move The Boxes On The Pyramid
Take one of the two boxes and make it slightly smaller. Take our box and push it upward, toward the apex of the pyramid while keeping on it the pyramid. As we do this the other box makes a corresponding opposite move to become slightly larger. The boxes on the pyramid look like this:
The thumbnail diagram in the upper right shows the inner box has become slightly smaller. Correspondingly the outer box has become slightly larger.
This behavior, where making the one box smaller causes the other both to become correspondingly larger, is called an inverse relationship. We are going examine how an inverse relationship works in the next section.