View single post by R Roffel
 Posted: Tue Nov 3rd, 2009 05:22 am
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R Roffel


Joined: Tue Sep 15th, 2009
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Thats exactly where I started, with Jung's idea of synchronicity.

Over the past decade, I have been trying to wrap my head around the physics behind the motion of the cards and how the shuffling creates patterns over time. Thats when I discovered Chu Spaces.

Though I am no mathematician, I have developed a simple formula describing the process behind a divination session. I will post the formula as soon as I can find the folder that I put my research ideas and notes in.

One thing I know for sure is that you can map any form of divination session onto a single butterfly-cusp catastrophe diagram quite easily.

The 5 axes of the diagram represent:
a) the readiness of the reader (or querent) to understand the symbols,
b) the readiness of the person for whom the reading is done to understand the interpretation,
c) the motion of the objects used and
d) the timeline for the reading.

The "catastrophe" itself is the actual moment the objects fall or are put into a pattern that can be interpreted.

Some day I may post some of my ideas and diagrams online. I suspect that it will generate a lot of interest to readers of this forum and controversy as well.

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