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Endless Knot

Endless knot.

The Endless knot is the auspicious sign symbolic of how all people and things are intertwined or woven together to form the net (internet) or web (WWW) called space-time continuum. Namkha and the endless knot are essentially the same, except that endless knot represents the white light formed by uniting all the colours of the rainbow and namkha is the rainbow formed by the dispersion of white light.

Endless knot and namkha are fabrics created by weaving threads together. A copy of this fabric specific to a particular religion, organisation or culture is a degraded copy of the cosmos created through the process of interlacing.

Interlacing (also known as interleaving) is a method of encoding a bitmap image such that a person who has partially received it sees a degraded copy of the entire image. - Wikipedia.

The fabric has a single colour in the case of the endless knot and multiple colours in namkha.

The foursquare or perfect square is a subunit of the raster graphic called endless knot. In namkha, the perfect square is a cocentric square comprised of four squares of different colours, equal to four concentric circles.

Namkha fabric is the coat of many colours Israel made for his son Joseph. The coat is emblematic of the love Jacob had for Joseph.

"Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age: and he made him a coat of many colours." (Genesis 37:3) "KJV"

The difference between namkha and endless knot is that the diversity (the different colours) are visible in namkha and only unity (a single colour) is seen in endless knot. Also, namkha is made of wool and silk and endless knot is made of linen.

The Bible spoke of the bride clothed in white linen.

"She has been given clean shining linen to wear." (The linen is the good deeds of God's people.) (Revelation 19:8) "GNT"

The bride is the holy city (the new Jerusalem) and the shining linen is the endless knot created by uniting or weaving together the knowledge of the cosmos in different religions, cultures, subjects, places and nations.

Endless knot is where emptiness and "interdependent origin" meet. Emptiness is the vacuum created when the earth with all that is in it is diminished to zero at the axis mundi. At this point, the concept of heaven and earth ends. Earth is no more a separate entity but an infinitesimal part of a single cosmos. The earth is reduced to a spec of dust or point in a raster graphic of the gigantic cosmos.

The axis mundi is the Monad whose center is zero and whose circumference is the light of dependent arising. It is a two-dimensional structure of a light cone.

Note that a point on the circumference of the Monad is equal to 1, such that its radius is a straight line drawn from point 0 (the center of the circle) to point 1.

Endless knot is "endless love" because the knot stands for love and the term "endless" means boundless, infinite, eternal, everlasting or continuum.

Endless knot is the love worshipped when all people turn back from different directions and face the center of the qibla compass. It is the point of reconciliation between science and religion, Atheism and Theism, and religion and secularism.

Endless knot is the point of ultimate unity where all people and things are converted into binary numbers and transformed into geometric shapes and patterns representing universal harmony through wisdom and compassion.

Endless knot is an educational system - a place of learning or enlightenment called cosmic tree, world tree or the tree of life.

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