Nature's Harmonic Simultaneous 4-Day Time Cube
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Nature's Harmonic Simultaneous 4-Day Time Cube, or simply Time Cube, is a theory of abstract meta-geophysics, proposed by Gene Ray, holding that the Earth is cubed in higher space, producing four simultaneous "corner days," each in a pyramidal form, during each rotation of the planet (as opposed to a singular 24-hour clock day encompassing the whole planet, which non-Cubists are accused of conspiring to impose on humanity). This distinction in the quantifying of time is held to have importance for the analysis of individual human polarity, linking creative force to the union of opposing polarities, major and minor, as human beings, like the 4-day planet, exist in pyramidal forms (as "personified pyramids").
Ray's theory was first published online on his website TimeCube.com (now offline; archive.org).
- Dawei, Bei (February 2004), "Proving Human Stupidity": Time Cube, Gnosis, and the Challenge of Radical Cosmology, Hsinchu, Taiwan: Hsuan Chuang College of Humanities, http://web.archive.org/web/20070927220333/http://www.lib.hcu.edu.tw/journal/files/CAS/CAS0206.pdf
- Inspired the Scottish heavy metal band Alestorm's song "To the End of the World" on their album No Grave But the Sea (2017).