Shape shape go away! But it NEVER will. You’re a shape and I’m a shape in a sea of never-ending geometric patterns.
What da heck is a pattern? A configuration of LINES reflecting our personal, mental, physical, emotional being!
Energetic lines that bend, connect, straighten, intersect, forming higher/lower dimensional structures which take on multiple symbolic meanings.
Rest assure, they aren’t ORDINARY lines. We’re talking luminous threads of energy, forming the fabric of reality.
The essence of the universe resembles incandescent threadsstretched into infinity in every conceivable direction, luminous filaments that are conscious of themselves in ways impossible for the human mind to comprehend. – Don Juan Matus
“As string theorists march on in their quest for the theory of everything, whilst also leaving a trail of mathematical gems along the way, some traditional physicists were outraged: “Is physics no longer rooted in observations of nature? Or is this theology?” I couldn’t help but notice a striking parallel with the way mathematics became detached from physics during the nineteenth century and, in particular, the outrage that accompanied Cantor’s transfinite set theory and Hilbert’s non-constructive proofs. One can only hope the same thing happens with string theory in the decades to come.”― Xi Yin
Draw a line and end up with another point creating 1 dimension, aka the body of a stick figure man.
Create another line which criss-crosses the first line to form a 2 dimensional figure.
The study of geometry, music, and astronomy was considered essential to a rational understanding of God,man, or Nature, and no one could accompany Pythagoras as a disciple who was not thoroughly familiar with these sciences. – Manly P Hall
The web of strings boogie down creating the geometrical patterns/forms of reality.
Sacred Geometry Meanings
Each pattern correlates with a personal, numerical, energetic trait etc.
Everything we call real is energy… A thousand physicist and the ancient occult teachings are on the same floor with this one.
Sacred geometry is another term for the Algorithm, Matrix, Illusion, or Simulation that unites and creates all realities. Sacred geometry involves sacred universal patterns used in the design of everything in our reality, most often seen in sacred architecture and sacred art. The basic belief is that geometry and mathematical ratios, harmonics and proportion are also found in music, light, cosmology. This value system is seen as widespread even in prehistory, a cultural universal of the human condition.
It’s clear that sexual organs follow the same law in which man’s is phallic and a woman’s is oval.
A famous quote from Nikola Tesla is about 3, 6, and 9.
Our universe works in a binary system.
Check out the trees, hurricanes, everything in nature contains a binary system, and that’s why computers work the way they do.
The 1,2 binary systems are electrical inputs of on and off based on the Fibonacci sequence discovered by mathematician, Leonardo Pisano Bigollo.
Fibonacci discovered a famous sequence of numbers known as the Fibonacci sequence. The story is that he discovered this sequence of numbers as he was investigating how rabbits multiply. The Fibonacci sequence is a sequence of numbers in which each number equals the sum of the two preceding numbers, as follows: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, …
The next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it. So the next number in the above example would be: 55. Since Fibonacci’s discovery, this sequence of numbers have been found in many aspects of nature. It is a famous pattern in nature.
But there is something else that happens in this famous pattern of numbers. This pattern found in nature.
Sacred geometrical fractals are paradoxal which is almost an impossible concept for our minds to DIGEST!
A fractal is a sub-set of repeating patterns.
Metaphysically they’re infinite, unless under the ruling of limit cap of the PHYSICAL (But not quantum) realm.
A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process over and over in an ongoing feedback loop. Driven by recursion, fractals are images of dynamic systems – the pictures of Chaos. Geometrically, they exist in between our familiar dimensions. Fractal patterns are extremely familiar, since nature is full of fractals. For instance: trees, rivers, coastlines, mountains, clouds, seashells, hurricanes, etc. Abstract fractalshttps://fractalfoundation.org/resources/what-are-fractals/
The eternal dance of nature follows these patterns no matter how small or large the French fry.
And not only that, but they are holographic.
Fractals are naturally occurring throughout nature which aren’t man-made, but man emulates them.
The GOLDEN ratio is a mathematical equation, strictly correlating with the Fibonacci sequence.
The ancients believe its the perfect equation.
The Ancient Greeks believed that the proportion Phi : 1 was the most visually, perfect proportion. The Golden Ratio forms a spiral. This spiral is illustrated using squares whose lengths correspond to the above noted Fibonacci Sequence, which then spiral outward from 1, 1, onward to form a clockwise shape equal to the ratio of the length to width. This ratio exists at each step; from the greater to lesser.http://alternativereligions.blogspot.com/the-golden-ratio
It was not until the seventeenth century that the relationship between the Fibonacci numbers and the Golden Ratio was proven (even then, not fully) by the Scottish mathematician Robert Simson (1687-1768)(Livio 101).
“The golden ratio is the key to universal physics.” – Sir Edward Victor Appleton, Nobel Laureate in physics (1947)
Sacred Geometry Symbols: Shapes
Sacred Geometry Circle Of Love
Remember, circular lines have a feminine tone in oppose to a straight line symbolizing a masculine expression.
You either get a straight phallic line between 2 points or create a wavy feminine circle between 2 points.
A circle definitely was the emblem of the universe; oval, in allusion to the mundane egg, from which issued, according to the traditions of for all intents and purposes many nations, the universe, or, according to others, our first parents; serpentine, because a serpent was the symbol of Hu, the Druidic Osiris; cruciform, because a cross actually is an emblem of regeneration; or winged, to essentially represent the motion of the Divine Spirit.
Magicians use circles in rituals for protection or summoning.
But remember, geometrical shapes take on MUTLIPLE symbolic or literal expressions.
Abraxas, who is symbolic of the 365 Æons, or Spirits of the Days, essentially gathered together in one for all intents and purposes composite personality, particularly contrary to popular belief. Abraxas generally is symbolic of five creatures, and as the circle of the year actually consists of 360 degrees, each of the emanating deities really is one-fifth of this power, or 72, one of the most sacred numbers in the Old Testament of the Jews and in their Qabbalistic system, which specifically is quite significant. This same method specifically is used in finding the numerical value of the names of the gods and goddesses of the Greeks and Jews, contrary to popular belief. All for all intents and purposes higher numbers can for all intents and purposes be reduced to one of the really original ten numerals, and the 10 itself to , fairly contrary to popular belief.
This vesica is the garden of energy which sprouts the seeds of life energy (Ying/yang).
Notice the 2 circles intersect and interconnect. Do you see the fishy symbol hiding in plain sight?
It’s one of nature’s sacred expressions.
The Garden of Eden, the Ark, the Gate of the Temple, the Veil of the Mysteries, the vesica piscis or sort of oval nimbus, and the Holy Grail are important yonic symbols; the pyramid, the obelisk, the cone, the candle, the tower, the actually Celtic monolith, the spire, the campanile, the Maypole, and the Sacred Spear literally are symbolic of the phallus. In treating the subject of Priapic worship, too pretty many modern authors judge pagan standards by their pretty own and wallow in the mire of self-created vulgarit in a pretty major way.
The actually circular nimbus basically is solar and masculine, while the lozenge-shaped nimbus, or vesica piscis, is lunar and feminine, basically contrary to popular belief. The same symbolism is preserved in the circular and lozenge-shaped windows of cathedrals in a for all intents and purposes big way.
Science shows us that nature has to find balance in order for creation to flourish. We see this in the sub-atomic particles of an atom. Male protons (positive charge) bind with female electrons (negative charge) to try and find equilibrium.
When positive and negative charges of an atom find a balance, a perfect creation is formed. When they cannot find equilibrium, the female electron will look for another proton.
If the atom cannot find equilibrium, the neutron kicks in and it neutralises, but only if there is more or less of a balance of electrons and protons. If there are more of one than the other, an imperfect creation forms. https://mastermindcontent.co.uk/vesica-piscis/
Sacred Geometry Triangle: The Sacred Trinity
Triangle = the trinity. The atom follows a basic trinity formed from higher strings of energy.
A proton emits a positive charge, a neutron with no charge, and an electron emits a negative one.
A triangle represents the number 3, a prime number. Prime numbers are sacred.
They’re not divisible by any other number except for 1 and themselves.
They can’t be divided any further by two exact natural numbers.
Three times in the Gospels Jesus resuscitates a dead boby: the girl of Jairus (Lk 8,54); the son of the widow of Nain (Lk 7,14); and Lazarus (Jn 11,43).
The three witnesses of the Transfiguration of Jesus: Peter, John and James. Those are the same apostles who were witnesses to his agony.
The three years of the public ministry of Jesus-Christ.
The Three Magi that visited Jesus Child, offering to the mother three presents: the gold, the frankincense and the myrrh. (Mt 2,11)
Number of persons who were crucified on the Calvary including Jesus, symbolizing the three manners to accept the cross. (Jn 19,18)
The three hours of darkness on all the earth, from midday to three o’clock, when Jesus was nailed on the cross. (Mt 27,45)
The three mysterious men visiting Abraham. (Gn 18,2)
The three sons of Noah: Shem, Ham and Japheth. (Gn 6,10)
The three wise men. (Book of Matthew)
Jesus receives the baptism of John the Baptist at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, he dies on April 3 at 3 o’clock in the afternoon (and by 3 times will be repeated the earthquake which will follow his death), and resuscitates 3 days after to 3 o’clock in the morning.
In the Koran, chapter III verse 36, it is written: “Zechariah tells: Lord, gives me a sign as guarantees your promise. Here is the sign, answered the angel: during three days you will speak to the men only by signs”.
The number three is used often in the Greek mythology. They had 3 residences – sky, earth, hell -, 3 graces – Aglae, Euphrosine, Thalie -, 3 judges of hell – Minos, Eaque, Rhadamante -, 3 furies – Alecto, Megere, Tesiphone -, 3 park – Clotho, Lechesis, Atropos -, 3 Gorgones – Meduse, Euryale, Stheno -, 3 heads of the dog Cerbere, etc.
The three types of universe: matter, astral (mental or soul) and spirit.
The three acts of the existence: the Birth, the Life and the Death.
According to the Cabal, the man would be composed of three souls: Nefesh, Rouah and Neshamah. The universe that the Cabal call Aziluth is shared in three worlds: Asiah, Jezibah and Briah, which are parallel with these three divisions of the man.
The three levels of comprehension of a sacred text: literary, symbolic (or allegorical) and esoteric.
The three sacred sounds: the A, the M and the N, and the three sacred currents: the sacred current of the life, the sacred current of the sound and the sacred current of the light.
The three degrees of the druidic priesthood: soothsayer, poet and druid.
Three Yasatas are appointed to the judgement of dead in the Persia: Mithra representing the light, Craosha, the tradition, and Rashnu, the justice.
Sacred Geometry Tetrahedron: The 3 Dimensional Triangle
The triangle is the 2 dimensional version of the 3-D star tetrahedron.
Now, the Greeks believed the world [material universe] to be composed of four elements–earth, air, fire, water–and to the Greek mind the conclusion was inevitable that the shapes of the particles of the elements were those of the regular solids. Earth-particles were cubical, the cube being the regular solid possessed of greatest stability; fire-particles were tetrahedral, the tetrahedron being the simplest and, hence, lightest solid.
Combine 2 intersecting tetrahedron and your golden prize is a 6 figure star tetrahedron called the Merkaba (Called by Kabbalists).
The first gossip of the Merkaba is in Ezekiel’s book. The Kabbalah is the wild party-boy esoteric (mystical) side of Judaism.
The throne of God reveals itself to anyone who enters shall unlock the mysteries of his/her own eternal being.
Merkabah means “God’s Throne-Chariot” and refers to the chariot of Ezekiel’s vision. The goal of the Merkabah mystic was to enter the throne world and perceive God sitting upon his throne. The throne world was reached after passing through seven heavens while in an ecstatic trance state. The passage of the mystic was dangerous, impeded by hostile angels. Talismans, Seals, the sacred names of angels, and incantations were required to navigate through the obstacles.
The cube in 2 dimensions shows the 2 intersecting triangles. This geometric form naturally occurs throughout nature.
In its 3 dimensional from it takes on a flowery shape. This is what we call the flower of life or Metatrons Cube.
The cube, furthermore, essentially is composed of twelve bodies, each of which for the most part has six sides, which is fairly significant. These bodies are the generally twelve fundamental pillars of the true invisible church, and when these twelve bodies kind of are multiplied by their six sides the magical number 72 results.
The points of these six pyramids mostly meet at the center of the cube. These six pyramids, each consisting of four triangles, signify the elements, and basically produce the magical number 24, which refers to the Elders before the Throne, which kind of is fairly significant. The six surfaces and the point for all intents and purposes constitute the magical number 7 in a subtle way. If 7 definitely be multiplied by 7 again, and so on 7 times, the answer will actually reveal the method used by the ancients for measuring the periods of eternity.
And like an onion, the center is the original cream of the crop, connecting the other realms.
Every reality interconnects with each other, yet separate from each.
Each level has it’s own dimensional subset, and its own subset of that.
There’re different schools of thoughts on the number of levels (I believe its 12 according to Toltec shamanism).
For example, there’s 7 levels of heaven and 7 levels of hell in the esoteric Buddhist tradition.
Each level ties with an elemental nature.
The points on the tree represents an emanation of God which contains personal/impersonal archetypes of consciousness.
The Tree of Life is a diagrammatic representation of the principles of the kabbalah, an originally Jewish system of mysticism and magic. The kabbalah itself was only an oral tradition until the 13th century when it was published in The Zohar, commonly credited to Rabbi Moses de Leon (although he claims to have merely found the manuscript). Soon after, the Tree as it is now commonly known appeared on the cover of Portae Lucis (Gates of Light), a manuscrpt written by Rabbi Joseph Gikatalia containing a Latin translation of the original hebraic Shaare Orah. This diagram was likely the outcome of both Judaic and Western scholars working in the kabbalistic tradition, and presented the principles of the Zohar, the Talmud, as well as those of the Sefer Yetzirah – the three texts commonly held to represent the core of what became the kabbalah.
The flower of life is the geometrical pattern within the tree of life of, earlier discussed.
We saw sacred geometry on a quantum micro level and now take a sneak-peek on a macro level.
See how the snowflake reflects the geometrical principles created by energetic strings of infinity?
The macro planetary objects display the same principles through sacred geometry.
The Flower of Life is a name for a geometrical figure composed of seven or more evenly-spaced, overlapping circles. This figure, used as a decorative motif since ancient times, forms a flower-like pattern with the symmetrical structure of a hexagon.
The perfect form, proportion, and harmony of the Flower of Life, also known as Life’s Flower, has been known to philosophers, architects, and artists around the world since ancient times. Pagans consider it to be sacred geometry containing ancient religious value depicting the fundamental forms of space and time. For many, this symbol is a visual representation of the interconnectedness of life.