Bonn 2001 – wissenschaftliches Programm
GR 9.2: Fachvortrag
Mittwoch, 28. März 2001, 15:15–15:30, VII
Attempts for a proof for devine character of the Universe via the syntax in the cantata by H. Schuetz No-dqThe Lord looks from heavenNo-dq: Outstanding constellations and gravitational images. — •Hermann M. M. Killesreiter — D-38678 Clausthal-Zellerfeld
With an earlier contribution has been stated [KILLESREITER, DPG 1998] that Theosophic Astronomy transferred obviously unique star constellations into monuments of Culture, e.g. Cross, Crown, Orion and Bears. The present contribution refers to more recent interest in and proofs of gravitational lenses, and, last not least, to a remark by O. SPENGLER in his No-dqTHE BREAKDOWN OF THE OCCIDENTNo-dq(1917, dtv. 1988) thatNo-dqwith the assumption of a non-euclidic geometry and not limited but finally curved space the sun should appear somewhere as star.No-dq
Apart from the well-known unique Sun - Earth - Moon constellation, which allows for unique shaddow coverages and allowed for theosophic interpretation in therms of J. J. SCHEUCHZER’s No-dqPHYSICA SACRANo-dq (1731/38) with small ball monuments on Church towers, the principles of classical geometry will be out- lined why with the assumption of Gravitaional Lenses and Mirrors and by virtue of the congruity of the large with the little Bear the latter could be a mirror image of the large one, the pole star of which allows by some DIVINE LAW for orientation on Earth. Examples will be presented.