Sacred Geometry: Math of the Ancients

It is common to attribute the discovery of Geometry to Pythagorus and the Greeks; however, an honest look deeper into history reveals more ancient origins. Proper study of the ancient megalithic structures indicates that the builders possessed advanced knowledge of mathematical principles, with equally advanced knowledge of the celestial mechanics of astronomy. Time and again we see Pythagorus’ triangle consecrated in stone at the pyramids in Egypt, with even the flower of life burned into a stone at Osiris Temple. How these civilizations came to know of such advanced architectural techniques and geospatial dynamics is a complete mystery; but that their monuments still stand to prove it merits further study in this area.