In May 2019, the US Government has released more information about Navy pilots and their interactions with UFOs (UAPs) off the US east coast from 2014 to 2015.
Pilots have stated that some of the UAPs were “Cubes inside circular auras.”
Below are the crop circles which feature cubes. If you know of any others, let me know the links so I can go have a look. Also, if you know who has the copyright to any of the following, do let me know. I’d like to give credit. Thanks!
Squares and Cubes in Crop Circles
What is the Significance of Cubes inside Spheres?
UFOs shaped as 3-dimensional cubes inside spheres doesn’t seem to make sense to us. To my knowledge, a sighting of this sort has not occurred before the USS Nimitz Tic Tac UFO case from 2004 off the coast of San Diego, California. Now, we’re hearing that the Cubes in Spheres UFOs are back and now they’re on the east coast and possibly in the Middle East. One pilot reported that one of these spheres encasing a cube flew very close to his aircraft in a near collision.
Though UAP craft have varied in size and shape from sightings of the past and recently, it didn’t seem up until now that a message was being given from the shape or style of the sighted UAPs.
That may be changing because there does seem to be some meaning attached to the idea of cubes in spheres in the science world. The idea of dimensions popped up in one of the 8 articles I found with a quick online search.
At AmericanScientist.org, on this page, “Multidimensional Mind Benders,” the commenter on the original article addresses cubes inside spheres and the problem of what happens as the number of dimensions changes. Here is a quote, but please do go read the article in its entirety.
I enjoyed Brian Hayes’s column, in which he examined the problem of placing spheres inside cubes in n dimensions. If you invert that idea, and ask about cubes inscribed inside spheres, you get a different insight into the problem that the volume of the sphere vanishes as n goes to infinity. Since the length of the main diagonal of a cube scales as the square root of the number of dimensions, it follows that, in an infinite-dimensional space, no cube of any size, no matter how small, can fit inside a sphere of any finite radius, no matter how large. The diagonal of the cube is just too long to fit into the sphere. Therefore the volume of the sphere must vanish.Doug Robertson, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences. Boulder, CO.
Are these strange craft some sort of message to us about interdimensionality?
What about a simpler look at cubes?
The cube is a three-dimensional square; it is a symbol of stability and permanence, of geometric perfection. It represents the final stage of a cycle of immobility, it can be seen as the truth, because it looks the same from any perspective, it is commonly thought of as the counterpart of the sphere. The cube is, in essence, the squaring of a circle. Scientifically, the cube usually represents salt. It is the earth: a square plus the four elements plus three dimensions. Frequently forms allegories with solidity and the persistence of virtues, hence its relation to thrones or chariots.http://umich.edu/~umfandsf/symbolismproject/symbolism.html/C/cube.html