Sacred Geometry Introductory Tutorial by Bruce Rawles. Great site on natural law and basics of sacred geometry….check it out!
-A.M. In nature, we find patterns, designs and structures from the most minuscule particles, to expressions of life discernible by human eyes, to the greater cosmos. These inevitably follow geometrical archetypes, which reveal to us the nature of each form and its vibrational resonances. They are also symbolic of the underlying metaphysical principle of the inseparable relationship of the part to the whole. It is this principle of oneness underlying all geometry that permeates the architecture of all form in its myriad diversity.
The Sphere. Sacred Geometry. Nassim Haramein - Sacred Geometry and Unified Fields. Physicist Nassim Haramein presents new concepts explaining how we are all interconnected and can access infinite knowledge.
“My brain is only a receiver. In the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength, inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know it exists.” -Nikola Tesla As early as 9 years old, Nassim was already developing the basis for a unified hyper-dimensional theory of matter and energy, which he eventually called the “Holofractographic Universe.” Nassim Haramein was born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1962.
Combining this knowledge with a keen observation of the behavior of nature, he discovered a specific geometric array that he found to be fundamental to creation, and the foundation for his Unified Field Theory emerged. This groundbreaking theory has now been delivered to the scientific community through peer-reviewed papers and presentations at international physics conferences. In addition to his scientific papers, Mr. The Meaning of Sacred Geometry. Most of us tend to think of geometry as a relatively dry, if not altogether boring, subject remembered from our Middle school years, consisting of endless axioms, definitions, postulates and proofs, hearkening back, in fact, to the methodology of Euclids Elements, in form and structure a masterly exposition of logical thinking and mental training but not the most thrilling read one might undertake in their leisure time.
While the modern, academic approach to the study of geometry sees it as the very embodiment of rationalism and left brain, intellectual processes, which indeed it is, it has neglected the right brain, intuitive, artistic dimension of the subject. Sacred geometry seeks to unite and synthesize these two dynamic and complementary aspects of geometry into an integrated whole. Geometry as a Woman Further differentiating Sacred Geometry from the ordinary geometry of our school days is its’ relation to number and symbol. An old Masonic lecture from several centuries ago states: Fractal Recursions.
The Philosopher Stoned: Rodin Fibonacci Wheel Symmetries. I would like to take a slightly deeper look at the Fibonacci/Rodin number wheel.
But first, a quick review of Marko Rodin's vortex based mathematics for those that aren't so familiar. It is based on reducing all numbers to whole numbers, for example 25 = 2+5 = 7 or 1.156 = 1+1+5+6 = 13 = 1+3 = 4. From this we see very interesting patterns emerge. It may seem simple at first, but I believe it has far-reaching applications some of which we have seen in the development of the Rodin Coil. Take a look at this simple multiplication table - thanks to Chris Te Nyenhuis for this.
Notice first how 9 repeats itself always. These 6 remaining numbers can also be depicted as a doubling/halving circuit on the lazy infinity shape on this wheel. Now we turn to the Fibonacci wheel. Watch what happens when we run the Fibonacci series as Rodin numbers. First off, we notice that each number is directly opposite its inverted pair. Sacred Geometry International - The World Is Our Classroom. Metatron Cube Meaning. Bisection of Yin and Yang. The flag of South Korea (and of Kingdom of Korea from 1883) contains the ancient yin-yang symbol (Taijitu in Chinese, Tomoye in Japanese and Taegeuk in Korean) that represents the struggle, merger and co-existence of two opposites (could be hot/cold, male/female, sky/earth, moon/sun, etc.)
In the diagram Yin (the negative aspect) is rendered in black, with Yang (the positive aspect) rendered in white. Ley Lines and Earth Energy. Vedic Square. Digital roots and vortex maths. John Adams' Extended Fibonacci Series. Pattern in Islamic Art. Teachers' resource: Maths and Islamic art & design. Tiles, fritware with lustre decoration, Kashan, Iran, 13th-14th century, Museum no. 1074-1875. © Victoria & Albert Museum, London This resource provides a variety of information and activities that teachers may like to use with their students to explore the Islamic Middle East collections at the V&A.
It can be used to support learning in Maths and Art. Included in this resource are sections on: Principles of Islamic art and design Pre-visit activities Activities to do in the museum Activities to do back at school Islamic art explores the geometric systems that depend upon the regular division of the circle and the study of Islamic art increases appreciation and understanding of geometry. Approaching an abstract subject in a concrete way provides a means of extending maths into other curriculum areas. Islamic Middle East (Room 42) and South Asia (Room 41) are referred to in the Museum activities.
National curriculum links Preparation for a visit Download octagon template (PDF file, 43.5 KB)