Journal Notes 1, twelve colors

Here's another page of notes, an outgrowth of my journal. The real journal is far from web-ready. Later, these notes will appear in context and related to a comprehensive view with aspects of geometry, color, and visions of consciousness.

carpet In 1997 I discovered the work of Dr. Yitzhak I. Hayutman of the Academy of Jerusalem. His online site is at I found a beautiful graphic of 12 rainbow colors, saved as a carpet design. However, I missed yellow orange. I started by modifying the 12 colors, picking them from the Web-216 Color Lookup Table. Here is my version of the carpet.

Following are some graphics showing how the colors apply to 12-fold geometries in my realm.

EIE frame This graphic is an attempt to show all the geometric relationships in a geodesic sphere by flattening it to 2D. Do you recognize Buckminster Fuller's bamboo dome design? The framework is made of 12 great circles rather than six, however. The rainbow-colored nodes show the 12 pentagons of the integrated dodecahedron. The dark indigo-colored triangles show the 20 triangles of the integrated icosahedron. One of the wonders of this form is that it includes inverse or dual or rectification relationships within one context. That is, the centers of the faces of the two solids are related, creating each other. I call this model an EIE.

I lived in a dome based on this geometry for two years, not realizing its deep relevance. Gradually I've learned more. The more I learn, the more established this form becomes as a model of expanded consciousness.

Briefly, the idea begins with the idea that in a single normal human brain cell information storage is a cube model. Within the cube are two overlapping tetrahedrons. During transition to expansion of consciousness both the tetrahedron and the cube faces join to form an interim model. This model is a rectification of Buckminster Fuller's Vector Equilibrium (cubo-octahedron).

A stable form of expanded consciousness consists of a synergy of five normal brain cells. The framework of an EIE is composed of the edges five cubes rotated and ten tetrahedrons rotated. See links to more information. This visualization is pertinent as a common model for human and artificial intelligence.

Here are some rough sketches relating to the twelve colors of EIE.

Twelve color wheel Twelve color wheel.

Twelve colors and tetrahedron Twelve colors and tetrahedron.

Color layout opposites diagram Color healing layout opposites diagram. The graphic, color weather cyberspace layout, is here. Here are more explorations into the application of the rainbow rings.

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