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Sacred Geometry Explained Part 1 of 2

Sacred Geometry Explained Part 1 of 2

sacred geometry How Can Sacred Geometry Help You? * Visit in5D Connection where you can find your soul mate or join one of our amazing groups. EVERYONE is welcome! by Caroline Nettle In times gone by, humans were more in tune with the environment they lived in. Today, we have little connection to nature and the planet. These shapes or patterns were universal and governed the way in which the world replicated itself. Patterns and natural laws could be broken down into a variety of different representations. The recurring patterns in nature became Sacred Geometric patterns in these early cultures. The Flower of Life Literally appearing as a beautifully balanced and perfectly proportioned flower, this geometric shape is recognized in many cultures around the world. As a symbol the Flower of Life is considered to demonstrate the whole of the universe as well as its diverse components working together in harmony. Metatron's Cube Wearing the Metatron's Cube will provide you with inner peace and spirituality. Perfect Solids Nautilus Shell source

sacred geometry Reflections sacred geometry Geometry in Your Body Sacred geometry As worldview and cosmology[edit] The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has ancient origins. Plutarch attributed the belief to Plato, writing that "Plato said God geometrizes continually" (Convivialium disputationum, liber 8,2). In modern times the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss adapted this quote, saying "God arithmetizes".[2] At least as late as Johannes Kepler (1571–1630), a belief in the geometric underpinnings of the cosmos persisted among scientists. Closeup of inner section of the Kepler's Platonic solid model of planetary spacing in the Solar system from Mysterium Cosmographicum (1596) which ultimately proved to be inaccurate Natural forms[edit] Art and architecture[edit] Geometric ratios, and geometric figures were often employed in the design of Egyptian, ancient Indian, Greek and Roman architecture. In Hinduism[edit] Unanchored geometry[edit] Music[edit] See also[edit] Notes[edit] Further reading[edit] External links[edit] Sacred geometry at DMOZ

Geometry in Your Garden Understanding Planetary Dignity and Debility - Part 2: Understanding Ptolemys Table of Essential Dignities How to read Ptolemy's table of Essential Dignities The first column of the table indicates the signs of the zodiac. The second column shows the traditional rulers of the signs. Apart from the Sun and Moon, each of the planets rules one sign by diurnal expression (D) and one by nocturnal expression (N). In considering the traditional scheme, note from the illustration at the top of the page how the planetary rulerships fan out in a symmetrical pattern from the union of the Sun and Moon. The third column shows where each of the planets are exalted. The fourth column shows the planetary rulership of the triplicities. In triplicity rulerships the planetary rulers change according to whether the chart is a daytime chart, (which features the Sun above the horizon), or a night-time chart, (where the sun has set). The fifth column shows the degrees where rulership by term transfers. Notice that the Sun and Moon do not rule any of the terms. Test your ability to read the table correctly

Geometry in the Sea Pallas Athene - Unlocking Doors to Our Future. The Asteroid Pallas in the Natal Chart - Dena L Moore, Through Night's Fire Astrology I am pleased to share my other sites with you: This page was last updated August 4, 2012 Copyright July 2001 - 2012 All Rights Reserved The heart and Fire Angel graphics on this site were created exclusively for Through Night's Fire Astrology by Ginnie EL Fenton. Through Night's Fire Astrology is written, designed, and maintained by Dena L Moore. by Dena L Moore, Intuitive Evolutionary Astrologer - copyright April 2010 Homeric Hymn to Pallas Athene To Athena I begin to sing of Pallas Athene, the glorious goddess, bright-eyed, inventive, unbending of heart, pure virgin, saviour of cities, courageous, Tritogeneia. Snake Energy The snake is one of Pallas Athene’s primary symbols and has accompanied her throughout history, beginning with the seeds of her origin within the great Goddess Neith (6 )or the earlier Mistress of the Waters. In the myth of the slaying of Medusa, we see the more destructive side of Pallas Athene’s snake energy. Pallas Athene in the Horoscope Pallas Athene Keywords 2. 3. 4.