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The nonagon (Method „A“) « Sacred geometry. THE NONAGON (Method „A“)with example of trisection of angles larger than 90° Foreword to Chapter Eight Before we say anything about the nonagon, we will „single out“ one of the fundamental laws of sacred geometry that we might have noticed in our presentations up to now and which will be deepened in our forthcoming chapters. In addition to the fact that in sacred geometry all curves and straight lines are given in their full circumference, meaning in arched full circles and straight lines across all areas of the circles, and as we have said, all intersection points incurred by such inscribing are new data and as “controllers” of the accuracy of the geometric plotting and data, the fundamental law would read: The initial – central circle is the mirror of all the other radii originating outside it and within it.

An example is the hexagon (scheme – pattern – validity). Its radius divides a circle’s arc into six segments. We inscribe their chords and bisectors. We insert the inscribed circle. Music and Sacred Geometry | Sacred Geometry Web. In the Brahma Samhita story written in Sanskrit the first born son of the creator god is called Narada which means Music.

I take this as an acknowledgement of the importance of Music as one of, if not the, primary language and metaphor that creates existence. Music spans the gulf between the impersonal patterns of number woven into frequencies of sound and the very personal emotional response to the archetypes of embodied experience. It strikes me as interesting that it is not just being suggested that vibration is the source of existence but that it is the beautiful patterns that can be perceived within the vibrations ! Since at least the days of Pythagorus we have understood that harmony is dependent on simple numerical ratios of vibration. All cultures seem to have discovered the Octave, the extreme consonance of vibrations in the proportion of 2:1, and most cultures also discovered what we call the ‘fifth’ created by proportions of 3:1.

Ani Williams – Geometry, Music and Healing. The revival of an ancient science. At the other end of the scientific spectrum of contemporary science an ancient science is being restored. For ages it has been preserved carefully. It is more or less an art form and it is called ‘sacred geometry’.

Why sacred, what is so sacred about geometry? In spiritual mystery-schools of the past it was taught that sacred geometry has been used by God to create the universe. We now know that sacred geometry contains many mysterious elements that elegantly describe many phenomena such as the growth of plants, the proportions of the human body, the orbit of the planets, light, the structure of crystals, music. The list goes on and on. We’ll give a few examples in this chapter. Now why do we introduce sacred geometry in a book that is about contemporary and groundbreaking science? Surprisingly enough sacred geometry also shows up in many crop circles that have been appearing in the last two decades all over the world.

It is called the genesis pattern. Cube of Metatron Platonic solids. The Flower of Life. The flower of life holds a secret through which one can discover the most important and sacred pattern in the universe. This is the source of all that exists; it’s called the Fruit of Life. It contains 13 informational systems. Each one explains another aspect of reality. Thus these systems are able to give us access to everything ranging from the human body to the galaxies. In the first system, for example, it’s possible to create any molecular structure and any living cellular structure that exists in the universe. If you overlay a map (after getting the correct scale) with the complete flower of life, all sacred sites, standing stones etc, will sit at the centre of six points. The creator’s consciousness is said to exist within the sphere and the only thing that physically exists is the membrane of the sphere itself.

This “first step” is not to be confused with the “first day”, the latter being in reference to the seven days of creation. The Egg of Life The Flower of Life Fruit of Life.