The magazine MAQ September 2018 MAQ Magazine November 2018 - Page 192

Plato’s ethical Science-Art educational program was comprised of arithmetic, plane geometry, solid geometry, astronomy and harmonics. His ideas became an integral aspect of the 20th Century concept that the universe functions as an infinite fractal holographic entity.

This concept is now gaining credence during the 21st Century. In 2017 “UK, Canadian and Italian study has provided what researchers believe is the first observable evidence that our universe could be a vast and complex hologram” (University of Southampton. 31 January 2017). This astute observation is correct but the first visual evidence concerning Plato’s invisible ethical spiritual mathematics, hidden in plane geometry became visible in association with the evolution of human stereoscopic vision. This was pioneered last century by Salvador Dali, as demonstrated within the Dali Stereoscopic Museum in Spain, in which two paintings were required in order to reveal the 3D images.

However, viewing paintings through patented asymmetric electromagnetic glasses now

reveals that some paintings contain intuitively created complex interlocking 3D planes.