Have You Seen The Honeycombs?
Have you seen them? They’re everywhere: in movies and TV shows, on ads and product packaging, in architecture, design, floor patterns, the Olympics, online, and even on the paper wrapped around hero sandwiches. They are honeycombs and hexagons, and they are taking over. Sure, design styles come and go, but why has this one seemed to have popped up so suddenly, become so incredibly prolific, and been so invisible to so many? Of course, now that you’re in the know, you’ll begin seeing them too (if you haven’t already). The question is why are they here, what do they mean, and why should you care?
Honeycombs, Hexagons, Tesseracts,
and Dodecahedrons, Oh My!
The first time I noticed the honeycombs was in the recent horror/sci-fi film, The Cabin In the Woods, which I saw back in April. In the movie, a powerful force field that separated realities (or dimensions) was comprised of hexagons forming a honeycomb pattern. Since I’m usually sensitive to repeating patterns in various movies, TV shows, and life, I made a mental note of the pattern, especially since the film followed a “life as illusion” theme, one where reality is not what it seems.
This theme is a favorite of mine since I happen to believe that the physical world we live in is illusionary and that these films provide clues about the details of its nature. The clues I’ve put together so far have led me to believe that this illusionary world we live in is, for the most part, a world of our own creation. Our collective thoughts create the events we experience as a population and our individual thoughts create the various scenarios of our individual lives.
I’ve already had countless confirmations of this, but because these clues are part of the experience I am creating, what may be true of my experience may not be true of yours. What does seem to be true for everyone however, is that the more you notice these little clues, the more of them you seem to get. So it’s not surprising to me at all that as soon as my attention was drawn to the honeycombs, I began to see more and more of them.
Many might argue that they were always there, but I was just noticing them more now. Even if this is the case, the honeycomb design pattern has definitely skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. This leads me to another of my beliefs.
I believe that artists, storytellers, musicians, and poets are like modern-day shamans who pick up on the messages of our collective unconscious and—often without realizing it— translate them in ways that are possible for us all to understand. These translated messages show up as art, symbols, metaphors, and archetypes, and all contain deeper, hidden messages beneath the surface. Although most of us only understand these messages on a subconscious level, each will resonate with those of us who are meant to hear it, even if we are not consciously aware of it.
If it’s a message meant to resonate with many of us, like the message of the original Star Wars film, many people will be drawn to it and subconsciously incorporate it into their psyche. For the most part, many Star Wars fans believe that there is a guiding force that surrounds us, that we should trust our instincts, that there is good in everyone, and that we each have a destiny we long to uncover and follow. These beliefs could’ve very likely been inspired by the film, and most of us don’t even realize it.
There are also more individual messages, meant for only you and your specific destiny. Usually, these are the symbols, clues, and characters that keep showing up in your life, but they can also just as easily show up in movies and on TV, because, as I believe, you are creating all of that too.
My beliefs about how the world works are why the honeycomb patterns and the meaning behind them seem significant to me. But if these beliefs are correct, these patterns may be important to you and our entire world as well.
Shortly after noticing them in Cabin In The Woods, I began noting the honeycomb patterns everywhere: in an ad on the wall at my gym, in the sidewalk they were repairing in the park by my apartment, on the floor of a restaurant I was eating at (Serendipity 3, interestingly enough). They also began showing up a lot on TV—especially in other shows with the “life as illusion” theme like NBC’s Awake, when it showed up on the floor tile the main character was dripping blood onto, moments before he began to question whether that reality was, in fact, really real. The honeycombs then seem to be a clue to our awakening.
Various geometric patterns have also shown up quite frequently in Tim Kring’s (Heroes) recent productions including Fox’s Touch about a boy who’s sensitive to another reality and invisible connections between people and Daybreak an online miniseries about a secret technology hidden within the earth. Both shows prominently feature references to geometric shapes, particularly, the dodecahedron—a 12-sided polygon forming a honeycomb-like pattern out of pentagons. Is this geometry all being presented just because it looks cool and feels futuristic, or is there some hidden sacred geometry at work here?
There is definitely something going on beyond a design fad. The first question we have to ask is where do these fads come from? Why do certain styles stick while others don’t go anywhere? Why do some come at a certain time, disappear, but then suddenly reappear? I would say that everything happens for a reason; that these designs and styles come about because they symbolically represent the zeitgeist or energies of the times. Artists and designers are sensitive to these energies and design accordingly.
To me, the see-through plastic popularized by iMac in the late 90s could relate to the time period we were entering—one where the illusionary veil was beginning to be uncovered and we would have access to the mechanisms of the universe. The word “apocalypse” actually means “revelation” or “uncovering.” We are continuing to see more and more of what our world really is. And the creatives behind the iMac design were sensitive to that.
Getting back to the geometric patterns, based on my own reasoning it may seem that these patterns must be more of a message for me personally and not for the world. After all, I’m the one that’s been noticing them and the movies and TV shows where I’ve seen them have not exactly been mega blockbusters. But in fact, the shapes have been showing up in mega blockbusters and when they did, I actually wasn’t noticing the connection. It took a fellow Lost* fan (Joanne Silverman) to point out that these geometric shapes have been showing up in all the recent Marvel superhero movies lately as the powerful Cosmic Cube or Tesseract.
Featured in Captain America: The First Avenger, Iron Man II, Thor, and The Avengers (visit http://marvel-movies.wikia.com/wiki/Tesseract for details), the Marvel Tesseract is described as a cosmic object of unparalleled power. In reality, a tesseract is actually a four-dimensional equivalent of a cube. Not only had all of this originally gone over my head, but so did the name, “tesseract,” even though it sounded very familiar. Little did I know at the time that I had first heard about this object over twenty-five years earlier, but once again, it took a fellow myth fan (Hannah Custis) to inadvertently lead me to the connection after an email conversation we’d had about missing fathers in fairytales.
I’d vaguely recalled the missing father theme in the first sci-fi book I’d ever read, and upon doing some research on its storyline, was amazed to discover that a tesseract was mentioned in the book’s plot as the reason the father went missing. The book is Madeline L’Engle’s A Wrinkle In Time. Keep in mind that while Joanne and Hannah’s email conversations were completely unrelated, they just so happen to have timed out close enough to make me notice the connection. When I write about the universe providing clues, this is what I’m referring to.
In A Wrinkle In Time, a young girl’s father, a government scientist, goes missing after working on a mysterious project known as a tesseract. Whenever I hear a story of a father who goes missing when trying to bring some incredible enlightenment to the world and who must be found by his children in order for it to be fulfilled, I immediately go to messianic myth. Embedded in our subconscious is this notion of a savior who returns to our world to bring enlightenment to humanity once we have grown ourselves enough through various challenges, in order to be worthy of it.
Besides the tesseract, the missing father theme of A Wrinkle In Time also connects to the Marvel movies. As I’ve discussed in a previous post, superheroes are usually orphans which is similar to the missing father theme except the message is more about the heroes needing to be the change they want in the world (superpowers) instead of finding it outside themselves (missing father). Superheroes make these changes themselves, just as we have the power to make them when we let go of the safety of the world we grew up in (our parental protection). In The Avengers, the superheroes were all joining forces to get the powerful tesseract out of the hands of evil (representing the material world) and into its rightful, heavenly domain—which in the movie could only be accessed through a doorway into another dimension. There’s that connection between polygons and other dimensions again.
Thank you for bearing with me up to this point. Because all these seemingly random geometric shapes—hexagons, honeycombs, dodecahedrons, and tessearacts are all about to fit together into one gigantic jigsaw puzzle, along with several missing pieces I’ve yet to reveal. Remember way back at the beginning of this post when I mentioned how Cabin In The Woods was the first film where I noticed the honeycombs? As I mentioned, the honeycomb pattern has been out there for years, and I’m usually pretty good at noticing patterns. So why did I not notice it until this film?
I think it’s because my area of interest is about this world being an illusion. And as I wrote, the honeycomb shapes in the movie were on a barrier that separated realities or dimensions from one another. The honeycombs were acting as a sort of net, similar to the honeycomb pattern you’ll see on chicken wire or actual nets. (When I began this post, I wasn’t entirely clear on the meaning of the honeycombs myself. It’s all been coming to me as I’ve been putting this together. I also didn’t know how I was going to fit the Yankee Stadium ball net image I’d found into this post and make it relevant beyond just its honeycomb pattern. The net metaphor just came to me. Our higher selves usually know what we’re doing before we do. We just get the pieces, but they have the benefit of seeing the big picture.)
This energy net may very well be like an invisible infrastructure that is creating the illusionary existence of our reality. It is this net-like foundation, made up of a honeycomb pattern, which the apocalypse could reveal. In other words, the energy net could be the literal entity behind the metaphorical veil that separate realities.
So, we have one movie where the honeycomb shape relates to a barrier between dimensions (Cabin) and another (Avengers) where a gateway between dimensions is unlocked with a tesseract shape. I had a feeling that these two movies fit together mythologically, but whenever there’s such a link, the universe usually gives me a real-life connection—a major actor, song, or name to verify it.
In “Deciphering Hollywood’s Hidden Messages” I discussed how the song “Cherry Bomb” from The Runaways movie connected to the name of the plane “Cherry Bomb” in the next film I saw, Sucker Punch, which connected to the actress, Abbie Cornish who was also in the next film I saw Limitless. This usually is only relevant in movies I see in close proximity to one another, and I saw Avengers right after Cabin. The common link between the films is Chris Hemsworth who played the jock in Cabin and Thor in Avengers—both warrior archetypes. And what do warriors typically do? Sacrifice themselves for the greater good. There’s that messianic/missing father myth again. So weird how all these seemingly random things are leading us in the same direction.
These movie and geometric shape connections are all intriguing but what do they have to do with our world? A world that does not have any apparent barriers between realities, no inter-dimensional gateways, or ancient geometric objects made powerful because of their shape. The key word here is “apparent” because the illusionary veil (or energy net) is concealing our true reality. As far as we know, we live in a three-dimensional world where what we see is usually what we get. But based on all the clues I’ve been seeing, I think we are about to have much more revealed to us, something on a huge, universal scale. One such clue comes in the form of a shape I mentioned earlier—the dodecahedron.
How do I connect dodecahedrons to “universal scale”? Very simply. It was recently brought to my attention that back in 2003, scientists discovered that our universe is probably shaped like a dodecahedron. And continuing with the connections, apparently the dodecahedron is the same geometry as a tesseract, only the latter is tilted so you can better define its six sections.
You can very easily get sucked into the rabbit hole from here as these shapes can lead to Eve’s Grid which can lead to Metatron’s Cube, which leads to the Tree of Life and so on. I’m not really up on my sacred geometry. All I know is that there seems to be patterns and shapes that nature favors over others. But besides being used for actual honeycombs, where else in nature might the honeycomb shape show up where it might give us a clue to its actual significance?
This is where my connection number three comes in. My friend Rick Knight gave me a copy of David Wilcock’s audio book, The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations Behind the 2012 Prophesies. The audio book is around 18 hours long, so it’s taken me some time to go through it. Strangely enough however, just as all this honeycomb stuff was coming to light for me, I reached the end of the second section, a bit over twelve hours into the book, when Wilcock began talking about the “honeycomb pattern” inside the wing casing of certain bugs—the Bronze Poplar Borer to be specific.
It’s a bit of a challenge to summarize the twelve hours of information that can lead to this conclusion, but Wilcock argued that this honeycomb pattern may help these large bugs to fly since the vibration of atoms in the pattern may cause some of them to flip from our dimension of space-time to time-space where levity is slightly more powerful than gravity. Besides being able to levitate in time-space, Wilcock also argues that we can time travel, and that little gliches of both time travel and levitation slip through our world all the time— rip in the veil so to speak. This was another piece in a puzzle that was slowly coming together. However, there are a couple pieces that I haven’t yet shared.
Winged Serpents and Spinning Spirals
Besides honeycombs and hexagons, there is another image that kept popping up for me this year: that of a dragon. To me, the dragon archetype can represent a lot of things, everything from comets, chakras, spaceships, time, and inter-dimensional portals to Quetzacoatl the winged serpent god, and of course, the Chinese New Year for 2012. Interesting how all of those mythological interpretations seem to fit into what I’ve been describing here. To put it all together, I took the dragon imagery as a symbolic representation for a new energy which would be gracing us with its presence towards the end of 2012 and revealing new understanding in its wake.
But from where will this new energy originate? To answer that I’ll need to share the second missing piece of the puzzle, one I only discovered while looking for images for this article and which amazingly manages to bring all these seemingly mixed up bits of info together into one unified whole.
Unlike the previous Spider-Man films, the recent Amazing Spider-Man focused more on Peter Parker’s vanishing parents, particularly, his father. There’s that missing father theme again. And while the other Marvel films connected to the tesseract, this one connected directly to the honeycomb pattern as seen in this image from the film.
The honeycombs make up the structure of the OSCORP building where Peter Parker is transformed into the hero. This once again connects a polygon pattern to our transforming new superpower—either one that comes from without or within.
(For the record, I’ve traced back the modern honeycomb pattern in design to possibly originating from the 2008 Beijing Summer games. It was very prominently used as part of the architectural design of the aquatic center there known as “The Cube” (not unlike the Cosmic Cube previously mentioned), where many mortals revealed their super-human skills. More humorously, the honeycomb/superpower connection may also explain why a honeycomb pattern found its way onto the wrapping for my chicken parmesan hero (Click image for details). The mythological hero transcends the confinements of his comfort zone, a definite hint as to the meaning of the honeycombs—we will be challenged to grow in order receive the power that is hidden by the honeycombs.)
Interestingly, in some shots from Spider-Man that I found, the OSCORP logo on the honeycomb-designed building is clearly shown on the side, whereas in others, it is hidden (see images below and click for details). To me, this seems to indicate a hidden message behind OSCORP.
Lost fans are well aware of the messages that were hidden within the show, usually in the form of anagrams, character names, or both (Ethan Rom was an anagram for “Other Man” and he did turn out to be one of the “Others”).
In this case, it didn’t take much work to turn OSCORP into SCORPiO. The fact that it’s missing the “i” could even relate to the fact that we can’t see the clue itself or what the clue is referring to with our “eyes.” (For the record, while this kind of interpretation may seem like I’m really stretching things, in fact, this is exactly how hidden meanings are uncovered in Biblical interpretations, particularly, mystical ones which make up much of Kabbalah. There are no accidents.)
So what possible connection could a hidden element of the Scorpio constellation have with a new energy that could be revealed soon in our reality? There is said to be a 13th sign of the zodiac that most people aren’t aware of. It’s connected to a constellation between Sagittarius, and you guessed it, Scorpio and our sun passes through it in late November through late December. It is called Ophiuchus (or Aesculapius in Greek) and known as “The Healer.” But even more intriguing, Orpiuchus’ archetypal image is seen wrestling a serpent. In many traditions, serpents represent the passage of time, so to me, this constellation relates to an energy enabling us to see through the illusion of time as we know it.
Mythologically speaking, this serpent that Ophiuchus wrestles is the same as the one that appears in the Garden of Eden in the Tree of Good and Evil (relating to the polar opposites aspects that exist in our material, illusionary world, as opposed to right and wrong) and also the same serpent as Quetzalcoatl and Kukulkan, the feathered serpent in Aztec and Mayan mythology respectively that I spoke about in detail in “The Mayans Predicted the Coming of Green Lantern”.
For those of you familiar with mythology, your minds may be spinning now with all the connections that this brings up between the Mayan Sacred Tree, our own Milky Way, time, the alignment on December 21, the trees in the Garden of Eden, Quetzacoatl, and much more. I invite those looking to learn more about this to read the Green Lantern post I mentioned above, where I explained a bit more about these connections.
To briefly summarize the relevancy here, on December 21, 2012, the sun will perfectly align with the center of our Milky Way galaxy as seen from earth. This alignment will occur in the Ophiuchus constellation, at the location where the archer representation of Sagittarius is said to be pointing his arrow. Mayans believed that when this alignment occurred, the winged serpent would visit the earth (i.e.,an energy portal would be created, giving us a peek behind the veil that creates our illusionary world, including the illusion of time). So once again the clues lead to some kind of energy transfer or enlightenment.
Astonomers believe that there is a massive black hole at the center of our galaxy. Even if you don’t believe in astrological or mythological predictions, it is interesting that on December 21 the Earth, sun, and the black hole at the center of our galaxy will all be aligned. Skeptics will say that this alignment has basically been happening every December 21 for years, and 2012 is just slightly different. To that I say, ever trying opening a lock with a key copy that is just slightly off? You can line it up with the original key and it may look exactly the same, but it doesn’t work until you bring it back to the hardware store and they make a slight adjustment. Slight differences can make all the difference.
Even without the alignment, isn’t it interesting that around December 21 every year we are experiencing the holiday season: celebrating the birth of Christ or Christ consciousness, getting into the spirit of giving and sharing, and retelling tales of a bright star in the sky that guided the way? Now add an alignment with the sun (the son) and a black hole at the center of our galaxy (the Sacred Tree or Tree of Life) and imagine that holiday spirit energy multiplied by those elements.
As I mentioned earlier, in addition to the honeycombs, I’ve been seeing a lot of dragons too. Besides a connection to 2012, Quetzalcoatl, and time itself, it can be seen as a yang or male energy, while the hexagons or honeycombs can be seen a yin or female energy. And when they come together, the union births a new consciousness.
The reality of this is obviously all very complicated. Too complicated for our brains at their present level of evolution to understand. That’s why my brain, not knowing what to make of all these energetic clues, translates them into dream-like symbols (honeycombs, dragons) that I can later consciously interpret. All symbols, metaphors and archetypes in art, dreams and stories stand for something more. That’s why so much of this symbolism is showing up lately in architecture, design, and movies: creative shamans are sensitive to it and feel compelled to make sense of it, whether they are consciously aware of it or not.
Another mythologically inclined connection of mine, Rob Lesman, recently introduced me to an artist who is working with combining hexagons and spirals (i.e., our galaxy, DNA strands, black holes, etc.) The fact that this artist is connecting the spiral to the hexagon gives further weight to the connections between the shape (which makes up the honeycomb pattern) and our galaxy as a whole (as well as connections to our DNA and carbon-based make-up).
Seeing that spiraling nautilus in the center of the hexagon immediately brought my mind to the supposed spiraling rocket swirl in the sky that was created in Norway back in December 2009. Even if the dazzling display was from a rocket, I would still argue that this is something we created as a subconscious belief relating to the black hole at the center of our spiraling galaxy (at the end of the display, the spiral transforms into what looks like a black hole) and the time/energy portal that may be created with the coming alignment.
The dragons, hexagons and honeycombs are all symbols of something real—something we’re not quite advanced enough to understand. I do believe that they represent energies that are coming together, and when they do it will unlock a worm hole, energy vortex, or inter-dimensional portal through which we may be bathed with a powerful energy or new download so to speak: Earth 2.0 or the newest humanity upgrade.
Just as the swirling symbol relates to our galaxy on a macro-scale, it also relates to our DNA on a micro-scale, and I think the human upgrade is directly related to whatever may happen cosmically. While reading this, some of you may have been thinking about how the carbon molecule is represented by a hexagon. Since all humans, and most life on our world contains carbon, the hexagon pattern could relate to us as well, something also noted in the Spider-Man film by the hexagonal carbon molecule seen on the chalkboard.
The message seems to be that whatever is happening out there, relates to what is happening down here. As they say in Kabbalah, as above, so below. And in galactic astrology, the center of the galaxy is analogous to the Higher Self. So anything that happens in the cosmos, would relate to what happens to our conscious.
So, what does any of this mean? Is our world about to evolve from a third dimensional reality into a fourth or even fifth, as the tesseract symbolism may suggest? Is our entire universe going to evolve, as the dodecahedron may be hinting at? Are humans about to get an upgrade from some celestial source or break through some invisible barrier, as might be interpreted by the hexagons and honeycombs showing up everywhere? Does all this fit in with mythology relating to The Garden of Eden, Tree of Life, winged serpent gods, and secret Ophiuchus zodiac sign? All I know is that all of these symbols are coming up now, and they all seem to be related to each other so there is likely a connection between them all.
My feeling is that a new energy is going to be introduced beginning on December 21 of this year, and this energy is going to help us better understand what we are and what our place in the universe is. I think this relates to the apocalypse mythology as a revealing of truth, allowing us to see the illusion of time and how we can all create our own realities and heal the state of our world (superpower mythology).
There is a film coming out called Cloud Atlas, which gave me the chills when I watched the trailer. The story is about how we are all connected and that those connections extend beyond our current lives. Not surprisingly, the honeycomb pattern showed up once again in this film, signaling to me that this movie contains another message for me, and possibly you considering you’ve managed to read this far.
I did not write this post attempting to definitively explain the purpose of all these symbols, but just to bring all these connections to your awareness so that you might discover a meaning for yourself. At the very least, I have no doubt that you will begin noticing more honeycombs and hexagons, and maybe even tesseracts and dodecahedrons. Maybe you’ll notice dragons and serpents, or take more of an interest in Biblical or Mesoamerican mythology or sacred geometry.
Just as I notice clues, I hope this article has revealed something for you. At the very least, it may encourage you to watch or re-watch certain films with new eyes—eyes that now see the clues hidden beneath the surface storyline. And eyes that will be able to see and understand the new story for all of us as it begins to unfold.
May Your Inner Spark Grow To Light Your Way,
Some people have requested a clearer explanation on what exactly the hexagons mean and what the spiral has to do with anything. Due to the length of this article, I opted to let readers put the pieces together for themselves, but upon further reflection I think I can clarify the connections without writing another ten pages.
Throughout this article, I made conclusions based on associations, because that’s how clues often work for me. The hexagon shape is the six-sided polygon that makes up the honeycomb pattern. I’ve been seeing this pattern in many places, especially movies, showing up as electro-magnetic nets or barriers between dimensions/realities. This relates to the myth of the apocalypse, which literally means a revelation or uncovering. In Kabbalah, the apocalypse relates to the removing of a veil that hides the true reality from the illusionary one we live in.
The hexagonal shapes in chemistry represent a molecule, with each point being an atom, usually carbon. Carbon is also made up of six electrons and is often bonded together in a hexagonal structure, so it was the closest connection to the six-sided hexagon for me, and since it relates to life, seemed to connect the invisible barrier to life on earth.
The spiral was introduced by the spiraling black hole at the center of our spiraling galaxy. The center of the galaxy will line up with the earth and the sun on December 21st of 2012 in the Ophiuchus (the hidden 13th sign) constellation. As I wrote in an earlier post, many believe that the alignment will open a channel for cosmic energy to flow to earth, raising us to a higher vibration. Ophiuchus is located next to the Scorpio constellation, an anagram for which is OSCORP, the building with the honeycombs on it in The Amazing Spider-Man, a movie about the missing father or “father quest” myth. This myth can relate to the messianic theme of reuniting with a wise ancestor of ours who will unlock hidden truths for us after we’ve grown enough through a series of challenges.
A famous father quest book is A Wrinkle In Time, which centers on a tesseract—a geometric shape that connects to the dodecahedron, which our universe is said to be in the shape of. So, the net or web-like structure of the barrier appears to be a universal truth, but a truth we are not currently conscious of.
The confirmation I received that the spiral connects to the hexagon came in the nautilus-hexagon artwork that was forwarded to me by a friend of mine who also focuses on synchronicities. A lot of levels, I know, but everything is connected—and that confirmation came in the form of the Cloud Atlas trailer that contained, you guessed it, honeycombs.
Symbols and Geometry
These symbols and shapes all represent certain energies that are headed our way or are being revealed now. Our minds are not yet advanced enough to interpret them so they show up as bizarre patterns and symbols like those we get in dreams. It’s kind of like how when your computer gets a command it doesn’t understand and spits out a jumble of random letters and patterns because it is trying to make sense of it all. Our brains are doing the same thing with these energies in our waking life and in our dreams. Subconsciously, we sense something is there, our brain gets confused and creates these forms. Creative types are most sensitive to it, explaining why these patterns have been showing up in so much art and storytelling lately.
The hexagons and honeycombs are our minds’ shortcut to the more complex messages about the real world which is now being revealed to us—an event known as the apocalypse. So honeycombs = the apocalypse. But this is not the end of our world as much as it is the beginning of a new one. One where we are more awake to how it really works and how we can make it better with much less effort than we’re doing now. Obviously, there will be an initial…how to put this…adjustment factor, but those in the know that can see the bigger picture and are aware of what’s going on will be more likely able to handle it. You are one of those people.
If you still are unclear or have any further comments or questions, please post them below.
7/27/13 UPDATE: I just saw an episode of Adventure Time called “A Glitch Is A Glitch” that originally aired 4/1/13 on Cartoon Network. In the episode, the Ice King releases a glitch that begins to destroy the world. Heroes Finn and Jake jump into the missing reality and find themselves in a dimension of honeycombs that Jake declares is “the universal source code.” Each hexagon that makes up the honeycombs is an icon that represents a different element of their world. Or, as Finn puts it: “I think these shiny things (the hexagons) are the building blocks of the universe man! They store every single thing that’s a thing back on thing.” Similar to Wreck It Ralph, they get to see the computer source code representing their world and watch as a glitch eats it up bit by bit, causing chunks of their world to disappear. So either these writers are reading my blog, or we’ve all independently come to the exact same conclusion: the honeycombs are the pixel-esque building blocks of worlds, maybe even our world.
8/12/13 UPDATE: Sam Hughes posted this link on The Myth of Lost Facebook page (http://www.thehoodedsage.com/2009/01/matrix-codes/). It’s by etheric healer and metaphysical teacher, Khris Krepcik . I agree with Khris that the honeycomb/hexagonal grid acts like a barrier between this world and the next. As far as whether the grid exists to control us and has a dark intent, I only partially agree.
From a fish’s perspective, the glass of their tank may seem to control their existence and have dark intent, but the truth is that it exists in order to allow for a certain experience—life in a manufactured environment among other fish that the fish is meant to interact with. It is neither evil nor good. Similarly, the grid of our world exists to allow us to have a certain experience. One that allows for our soul to interact with others, challenge itself, and grow stronger by doing things outside our level of comfort. If the grid controls us, it only controls the experiences we have so that we might grow. It does not control our mind or actions. In fact, whatever influence it has on us, I believe it’s intention isn’t for control, but for us to break past that influence.
The influence is our comfort zone. It consists of the strings that cause us to react to stimuli like a puppet. The goal, though, is to do the uncomfortable thing and cut the strings—leave behind what society, our family, and even what our mind says it thinks we should do, and instead to go with our gut: our higher soul that is aware of its purpose. The honeycombs/hexagons create the stage; the playing arena where we get to act out the role of our lives. It offers a general script. If we follow the script word for word, we haven’t grown at all. We have to improvise in order to strengthen our character. Take it on a hero’s journey. That’s why movies inspire us. They are filled with the clues and symbols meant to grow our soul, and—as with the case of the hexagons—sometimes they even contain the details of the illusion in which we’re all living.
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Marc Oromaner is a spiritual author and speaker who teaches how we can discover our destiny using clues found in the media and in our lives. His book, The Myth of Lost deciphers the hidden wisdom of the hit TV show and explains how we can use this wisdom to overcome our own challenges. His blog, “The Layman’s Answers To Everything” points out the patterns that run through all great stories including our own. These patterns are clues that are meant to guide us towards a life full of love, light, and fulfillment.