YANTRA – MA NET … THE CONSCIOUS GRID : Ma’AT – Ma’AT – ics SYSTEM OVERRIDE
FLYING AT HIGH SPEED
Yantra (Sanskrit) (literally “machine, contraption”) is a mystical diagram, mainly from the Tantric traditions of the Indian religions.
A yantra literally means a machine.
A machine is a combination of very purposeful forms.
For example, a computer is a product of our minds, but still, if we are asked to multiply 1736 with 13,343, we reach for a calculator – a yantra.
It is not that the calculation is not possible in the mind, but this purposeful form or yantra allows us to use our body in a much better way.
Even though you already have the body – the most sophisticated yantra – with you, it is possible to perform different types of activities better with specific machines for those activities.
How low friction levels are kept determines how far you will endure.
LOWERING FREQUENCY TO SUBDUE THE CREATIVE
When friction increases ie lowering vibration … this creates struggle and is why this dimensional construct was deliberately lowered in frequency vibration.
It does not matter how important a certain goal is for you, if friction happens every day when you step out and try to do something, you will slowly develop an aversion to that very dear goal of yours.
Metatron is Ma’At On
African Mathematic Ma’AT-Ma’AT-ics Systems.
Tron Legacy The Grid
META – TRON
THE GRID SYSTEM
Metatron Cube is the first and most important informational system in the universe, the universe is proprietor its Ma’at, at nin9.
The pattern of thirteen independent circles is one of the most sacred forms on the earth.
Hidden within the lines connecting all the centres of the circles are the five Platonic solids; Tetrahedron, Cube, Octahedron, Icosahedron, and the Dodecahedron.
Meditation, Look at the image carefully, by erasing certain lines and connecting other centres you can find five 3-dimensional objects, the Platonic Solids coming out of the pattern, you actually get two of each object – one inside the other.
Tron in Greek, suffix indicating instrument, tool, device, from Old French trone, from Latin trutina, from Greek trutanē balance, set of scales.