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By Russell A Smith

Metaphysical dialogue of the lessons of Gurdjieff with emphasis on numerological and mathematical features. themes comprise: the Enneagram, legislation of 3, legislation of 7, Ratio of the Cosmic Rumple, 3 internal octaves, researching the better Emotional and better psychological facilities, Atoms, Quarks, Dualities, Oscillations, Octaves within the Universe, RNA & DNA, the Periodic desk, and lots more and plenty extra. Illustrated with diagrams. Cosmic secrets and techniques is the seminal paintings of Russell A. Smith which brings the ever-present underlying target constitution of the macro- and micro-cosm into concentration for the seeker of fact. utilizing basically primary maths, he has offered in a single quantity either the data and the instruments required to arrange one’s internal international in keeping with a formal law-conformable paradigm. From the hole strains of the Author’s be aware: “As we trip into the substantial, difficult terrain of the legislation of World-creation and World-maintenance, it is going to serve us good: to grasp the place we're; bear in mind the place we now have been; and comprehend the place we're going. because in our endeavors we will not just enterprise horizontally–along an identical scale, yet vertically–traversing many scales…following guideposts…added to aid the intuitive tourist locate his way…” His exposition illuminates the reply to a question that has been at the brain of guy because the sunrise of cause: WHY ARE issues the best way they're?

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So goes the reasoning of Sperry (1965), who, emphasizing the specificity of connections between neurons within the motor systems as well as within the sensory systems, has revived and greatly extended Ramon y Cajal's and Forssman's idea of chemical affinities mediating selective growth between similar types of fibers in the nervous system (reviewed in Ramon y Cajal, 1928). The central idea here, in the hands of Sperry, is that nerve cells 26 GILBERT GOTTLIEB (and their fiber tips) have a distinctive biochemical (cytochemical) composition which is matched only by cells and fibers in some other part of the system and, because of these cytochemical identities, synapses are formed between these particular cells and not other cells.

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