Is there a code to the universe? A cipher that can be used to decrypt the embedded secrets in nature and existence? For students of Sacred Geometry, the answer is most emphatically yes. But what is Sacred Geometry? And what secrets does it unlock? A student of Sacred Geometry will point to the patterns found throughout nature and the mathematical expressions that are common among them as the basis for the study of Sacred Geometry. Put simply, Sacred Geometry is the underlying geometry in nature. It is the principle of oneness— the metaphysical and inseparable relationship of the part to the whole. This interconnectedness reveals the architecture of all form and provides us with a blueprint for creation.
The famous mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras said:
There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres.
And it is with the sphere that we begin our introduction into the myriad of geometric expressions.
Sacred Geometry is the blueprint of Creation and the genesis of all form. It is an ancient science that explores and explains the energy patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way that the energy of Creation organizes itself. On every scale, every natural pattern of growth or movement conforms inevitably to one or more geometric shapes. Mother nature uses geometry everywhere you look, from the spirals of the nautilus shell, sunflower centre and spiral galaxies to the hexagon symmetry of snowflakes, flower petals and honeycomb.
Sacred Geometry is also the modern bridge between Science, Physics and Spirituality. Sacred Geometry is currently rediscovered as a knowledge KEY for shifting to a new paradigm of universal wholeness and the loving inter-connectedness of the Web of Life. Traditional wisdom holds the universe to exist because of a profound harmonic order. From quantum foam to atoms to DNA to galaxies, certain precisely reoccuring ratios and geometric symmetries are the foundation of the whole cosmos.
We live in a mathematically ordered world. All actions on the physical plane obey distinct mathematical laws. All existence exteriorizes itself through harmonic economy. From the dance of atoms to spiraling galaxies, every type of growth and motion is governed by the same set of laws. Sacred geometry describes these laws through a language of number, angle, shape, form and ratio (relationship). It is a universal language of pure mathematical truths based upon the inner workings of nature and the inherent qualities of the circle and sphere.
Sacred geometry shows how primordial forces are transformed to cosmological order. It measures the harmonic vibrations that sustain life on all levels. Sacred geometry shows the quality of relatedness between unique and individual differences, and demonstrates how diverse elements can be organized into a whole, while still preserving their individuality.
Sacred geometry integrates the physical, tangible aspects of creation with the spiritual essence behind them. It is an interface between the seen and the unseen, the manifest and the un-manifest, the finite and the infinite, the mundane and the profound. Sacred geometry has played an integral role in the art,architecture and philosophy of numerous cultures for thousands of years. In the Pythagorean system, as well as other systems, geometric symbolism was held to account for all known states of being.
The ancient Greeks had a geometric/harmonic view of universal order. They saw the world as a vast array of diverse elements, unified and blended into a cosmos through the essence of harmony. Sacred geometry was used as a valuable tool of self discovery in the ancient mystery schools. The goal of many of the arcane schools was to help lead the mind back towards a sense of Oneness.
It is through the experience of the Oneness of all things that Individual Consciousness can harmonize with Universal Consciousness. Before birth, we resided on the spiritual plane of existence. During the transition to the material plane we assumed a physical form. We cannot return to the spiritual plane as long as we have a body, because the resistance of matter prevents it. However, through the spiritualization of matter we can reach an awakened state of spiritual awareness.
The spiritualization of matter occurs when we experience the divine presence in every aspect of creation, but most particularly within ourselves. To achieve this, look within. We are an embodiment of sacred geometry. We unite within ourselves the diversities of heaven and earth. We are spirit and matter combined. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
We are a microcosmic reflection of the macrocosm. The structure of the human body is based upon the same set of principles that are found functioning on all levels of creation. Our body contains within it holographically all the information of the universe.
As you enter the world of Sacred Geometry you begin to see as never before the wonderfully patterned beauty of Creation. The molecules of our DNA, the cornea of our eye, snow flakes, pine cones, flower petals, diamond crystals, the branching of trees, a nautilus shell, the star we spin around, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all life forms as we know them emerge out of timeless geometric codes. Viewing and contemplating these codes allow us to gaze directly at the lines on the face of deep wisdom and offers up a glimpse into the inner workings of the Universal Mind and the Universe itself.
No lesser souls than Leonardo, Kepler, Goethe, Bacon, John Dee, Gurdjieff, Steiner and Fuller and all western spiritual traditions and alchemists held Sacred Geometry close to the core of their beliefs and applications in life. It involved a deep meditative attunement and close observation of nature. Suppressed for thousands of years – this lost knowledge of Truth, Beauty, Evolution and Harmony is slowly being rediscovered.
Sacred Geometry is a study of the universal language of truth, harmony, beauty, proportion, rhythm and order. It is a blueprint of creation, an interface between the seen and unseen, the manifest and unmanifest. Sacred Geometry can be defined as an understanding of the underlying numerical and geometric Principles of Creation.
To truly understand Sacred Geometry we have to understand that everything in the universe is made up of energy and it is in a continual state of transformation. All actions obey distinct patterns, and Sacred Geometry describes these laws.
It is a pathway to understanding who you are, where you are from and where you are going.
Through the study of patterns, shapes, forms, proportions, ratios, you can master Sacred Geometry. It unravels the mysteries of life and explains how we are all from the same source, unity and oneness. It is a study of the underlying principles that make our Universe be able to EXIST!
From the dance of sub-atomic particles to spiraling galaxies, and the concepts of wave theory, Zero point and Holographic fields, advanced systems of healing, Bio Feedback, The Fractal Universe, The Geometry of DNA, Nature, Ancient Civilizations, Alchemy, New Clean Energy Technologies, Sacred Architecture, Art and Design, Kundalini Studies, Bliss and Enlightenment, Magnetism and the ‘WIND on which LOVE Travels.’
It is also a language of symbols, light and art operating via the Right Hemisphere of the Brain that understands Pictures, Colors, Shape, Holographs.
Every culture and society, since the beginning of time has had their version of a synergistic interrelationship with these patterns. Geometry is the common ground between many of the cultures and traditions on our planet going back to the beginning of the human story.
The Ancients such as the Sumerians, Egyptians, Druids, Essences and Mayans incorporated Sacred Geometry teachings into their mystery schools. More recently, these once closely held secrets were transmitted through the studies of Vedic philosophy, vastu shastra, Feng Shui and Taoist philosophy, Western Alchemy, Freemasonry, and the Rosicrucian movement in Europe. Their initiates had to learn the Alchemy of the Soul.
It also involved the study of the Stars and star maps and therefore connected us to the big Picture or Macrocosm, which our Ancestors believed was a mirror of the Small, Atomic, D.N.A Picture or Microcosm. Hence the famous saying “ As Above, so Below.”
Anciently, it developed the ability to measure the Earths circumference, build mighty temples and structures such as the Pyramids, and be able to move huge tonnage of beautiful craved stones into position. It enabled us to create music, art, architecture and the philosophies of who you are, how you are created, where you are going and with what purpose.
Sacred Geometry is the Language of Shape, vibration and symmetry. From the mosaics of Sufi Art, the pyramids of Ancient Egypt, the Mandela’s of Vedic Philosophy, to the calendars of the Aztecs and mystery schools and secret societies in the western world, to the medicines of India, Tibet, China, Celtic and Druid – Sacred Geometry has long bridged the world of spirit and matter. It continues to play an integral role in the traditions of art, architecture, science and cutting-edge physics, alchemy, feng shui, geomancy, music and mathematics.
Nature’s archetypes are reflected in the crystalline forms of gems and stones. Amazingly, the patterns found in your diamond engagement ring may resemble the formation of snowflakes and the shape of your own cells.
Nature’s patterns are echoed in the movement of planets and stars and the cycles of the moon. Perhaps this is why astrology lies at the heart of so many spiritual beliefs.
Similar shapes and numbers are found beneath the sea, from the swirl of a nautilus shell to the movement of the tides.
When studied under the microscope, living cells reveal a highly ordered system of shapes and patterns. From the shape of your DNA to the cornea of your eye, every part of your body follows the same predictable patterns.
Most significant example of this special ratio can be found in Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) – the foundation and guiding mechanism of all living organisms.
Dan Winter has used the theory of the Golden Mean in his teaching of the FRACTAL UNIVERSE and his IMPLOSION theories.
The Greek letter phi (Ø) signifies the golden section, also known as the divine proportion of 1.618 to one. The mathematical formula for f is the square root of five plus one, divided by two.If a line is divided with the ratio of f between the longer segment and the shorter segment, the ratio between the whole line and the longer segment is also f. Given a length of one for the shorter segment, the length of the longer segment is Ø and the length of the entire segment is Ø plus one. Ø plus one is also equal to Ø
The jigsaw puzzle of life is made up of recurring shapes and numbers; leaves, flowers, seeds, and other living things share the same patterns of spirals and other shapes. Honeybees and many insects live highly structured lives that mimic these patterns on another level. When we create a floral arrangement or walk through a labyrinth, we celebrate nature’s innate forms. Take a look around and you will see for yourself the garden is a place replete with sacred geometry.
Stonehenge, metalithic tombs, and other ancient sites stretch across the globe along underground electromagnetic tracks, or ley lines. The energy grid formed by these lines suggest sacred shapes and ratios.