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The Etymology of Number

Elective Overview

The Etymology of Number is a four-part video lecture series that examines the discovery and evolution of the human understanding of numbers and their role in physics, chemistry, photonics, gravity, music, art, architecture, mathematics, measurement, time and human awareness.

This course builds upon history and secular teaching from the great philosophers and polymaths of antiquity to today, each of them equally scientists, mathematicians, psychologists, musicians, architects, artists and sculptors since the dawn of recorded human history. We examine the works of Pythagoras, Plato, Archimedes, DaVinci, Shakespeare, Kepler, Descartes, Newton, Einstein and Russell, among others. We also investigate the role of numbers through history within the human psyche, spirituality, Gnosticism, esotericism, self awareness and actualization.

Elective Outline

Four recorded video lessons - each includes presentation + Q&A session

Session 1 – The Etymology of Number 

  • 2 Hours, includes Q&A

Session 2 – The Mystery of Constants

  • 2 Hours, includes Q&A

Session 3 – The Language of Light

  • 2 Hours, includes Q&A

Session 4 – The Mirror of Consciousness

  • 1.5 Hours, includes Q&A