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Sacred Geometry

These geometries exist everywhere, from our galaxy, to cities, sacred sites, music, art, nature including our body and cells. These geometries follows a base principle that all physical reality originates from the infinite according to a universal framework of geometric structures and ordered proportion and are considered sacred.

Pythagoras, Euclid and Plato, among many other, ancient philosophers, have concluded that these fractal patterns are inherent to the design of life itself. It’s as if they are a blueprint for the matrix upon which our reality rests. Flower of Life is said to be the most sacred fractal pattern in the universe, encompassing the essential shapes and connections intrinsic to every aspect of our physicality. It occurs when a repetition of symmetrically balanced, overlapping circles are placed within a six-fold symmetry.

This pattern is one most frequently found in ancient temples, in nature, and even in modern churches. The most common image of the Flower of Life is a simplified, two-dimensional version of the original, since it is in print form.

Metatron's Cube: In early Kabbalist scriptures the sacred geometry of this cube was said to emerge from the soul of the highest archangel of the Kabbalah, Metatron. This sacred cube shows precisely the aesthetic properties and symmetry of the Five Platonic solids. This geometry can be used for healing and protection.

Sacred Geometry