Gene Ray and Time Cube EXPOSED!!!
My brother has this real neat book on Native Americans that has a dedicated section on the Iroquois Confederacy and its influence on the United States Constitution. The book even had a side by side comparison with the Iroquois charter on one side and extremely similiar passages of the U.S. Constitution on the other side. To my eyes, skimming the section, it did appear like our founding fathers were heavily influenced by the Iroquois principles.
Well today, walking in downtown Wichita, I stumbled upon a more surprising, more shocking discovery of uncredited Native American influence. I think Gene Ray based his ground-breaking “Nature’s Harmonic 4-Day Time Cube” from the Plains Indians!!! I passed the following sign near the Arkansas River. It illustrated and explained the Sacred Hoop of the Plains Indians:
The Sacred Hoop
Equally significant was the number four. The four quadrants of the hoop were symbolic of the four seasons, four directions, four times of the day and the four elements.
Each quadrant, when placed to correlate with a specific direction, is represented by a unique color, animal, element and plant
The important of the number four. The quadrants. The four times of the day! This is very similiar to one of Gene Ray’s illustrations of how there are actually four days in each rotation of the earth. Instead of an animal or element representing each quadrant, Gene Ray has Einstein, Bill Clinton, Socrates and Jesus:
Gene Ray explains Time Cube
I’m not saying plagarism. I’m just saying– the similiarities are shocking.
Of course, I saw no indication the Plains Indians used phrases like “educated stupid”, “snotbrains” or “Biblistic Selfnic Bastardism ”
Perhaps Gene Ray had some original material after all. 🙂