Diameter of a Circle


The diameter of a circle is a straight line dividing the circle into two equal halves. A full circle represents neutrality or non-judgment, and a circle divided into two halves represents judgement or polarity.

It is important to state clearly that the straight line representing the diameter of the circle is equal to the full circle if it stands alone. In other words, if the diameter of a circle is AB the straight line AB is equal to the circle. The straight line is the Axis Mundi, where the centre of the circle is zero or the mirror (the sky), and the radius r is the Father.

The magnitude of man in the Axis Mundi is calculated from the diameter if the magnitude of the Father is known.

D = x + y 

Where, 
D = Diameter
y = Father (God)
X = Son (man)

Since the Father is equal to radius (r), 
D = x + r
D - r = x

Radius (r) = D/2 

Hence, D = 2r

Substituting 2r for D, 

2r - r = x
r = x

This means that man (x) is equal to God when the two are arranged to form the Axis Mundi. What makes them equal is the mirror placed between them. The mirror is the sky, man is on earth and the Father is in heaven.

Consequently, the earth is the reflection of God whose habitation is on the other side of the sky. Since the object is real and the image virtual, the Father is real and man is virtual. God is π, the sky or mirror is 7, and man is π`.

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