Energetic Astrology FAQ

The SCIET defined

SCIET is an acronym for Single Cycle Integrative Effect Topology. It is proposed to describe an isotope of pulsed charges that occur at zero point or the quantum foam at the edge of the void. The pulsing nature of the foam is described as being tetrahedral. This is a supposition based on the qualities of the Void, mainly that change occurs symmetrically and equally in all directions. So if the pulse arrives and departs, it must happen as an expression of the symmetry, in which case it would be able to react in only one way, equally in all directions, forming a center with four reactive legs spaced equidistant apart. This is the underlying pattern of the edge of the Void, a tetrahedral charge pattern that exits for only quantum unit of time. For this reason the ability of space to have form is built on angular relationships that exist incorporating these tetrahedral elements, and are able to do so because they create a balance between them. This means that the first form created in space is a balance of Void points connected a new value created by the boundary of the points in balance. The SCIET describes twenty of these tetrahedral structures forming continuous cycle returning to Void, just as the original tetrahedral forms do in their primeval existence. The Single Cycle Integrative Effect Topology describes how change moves around a center point surrounded by tetrahedral forms, each in resonance with the center point, which is the proxy for the primeval point at the center of each tetrahedral charge structure. The cycle is expressed as twenty subdivisions with three phases each, each one smaller and closer to the center until the last one describes the original center point.