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WhiteFeather
5th December 2012, 15:35
For the Sacred Geometry enthusiasts, or newbies. In my early awakenings back in 2009, for some reason i was led to the sacred geometry phenomenon for no apparent reason. Now after reading and studying this topic, especially with regards to The Ancient Flower Of Life Symbol that's etched in many ancient structures such as The Pyramids and Ancient China RE: The Fu Dogs Paw, it connects the dots to the universe for me. And IMO as well as others, It's all about thought/consciousness. At first it was a void, then a thought. Here's a great perspective from Charles Gilchrist. Enjoy!



http://www.geometrycode.com/wp-content/uploads/img/sg/metatrons_cube.gif


http://islandbeerclub.com/gallery/FfooDog%20pr.jpg


http://www.kch42.dial.pipex.com/egypttour_osirion.html

The Osirion
At the rear of Seti I temple at Abydos is a very strange structure called the Osirion that holds a number of mysteries.

The Osirion was originally meant to be entered from the Transverse passageway leading from the back of Seti's temple, but at the moment this passageway is not open to the public, and visitors must exit Seti's temple at the rear and approach the Osirion from above at modern ground level. The first thing of note is the enormous size of the red granite blocks used in its construction, which draws parallels with similar Old Kingdom megalithic structures, like the Valley Temple, and the Sphinx Temple at Giza. The similarities are inescapable - the stark and simple megalithic design, the lack of prolific inscriptions, and the fact that some of the larger stone blocks weigh up to 100 tons. This suggests that the Osirion pre-dates the temple, dated to around 1300 bc, by at least a thousand years.

Inscribed on some of these blocks and visible from the metal staircase can be seen a number of 'Flower of Life' patterns of interlocking circles, which were first drawn to my attention in the writings of Drunvalo Melchizedek. Many wild claims are made for the dating of this pattern, which can now safely be dispelled.
http://www.kch42.dial.pipex.com/images/EA_abydos_flower12.jpg


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvdmISdytXg

Wind
5th December 2012, 16:00
We are being brainwashed by our schools, by our religions and by our (twisted) cultures. Everything is upside down.

It's not easy to be awake.

noprophet
5th December 2012, 16:48
This is an excellent introduction to the subject as well for those interested.

secrets of...Melchizedek (www.4shared.com/office/aqmY0ZoY/_Geometry__-_Melchizedek_Drunv.html)

Flash
5th December 2012, 17:03
It is thaught in Waldorf Steiner school, if you can afford it for your children.

DeBron
5th December 2012, 18:09
We are being brainwashed by our schools, by our religions and by our (twisted) cultures. Everything is upside down.

It's not easy to be awake.

It isn't really brainwashing if that is what you learn first. Brainwashing is forcibly changing someone's ideas and beliefs. The ideas and beliefs that a lot of us on this site have decided to reject are the ones we were taught first, and through our own re-education have decided was wrong.

And we are taught geometry, it is just not deemed as important as the theories of algebra or calculus, which are disciplines needed for more precise physical workings. Geometry is vastly important especially in the realm of abstract thought because shapes are what these various equations create. So in traditional schools the brick is more important than the building, but in geometry the whole thing is important; the brick, the building, the ground, the air around it are all part of a bigger picture.



A practice I have heard of is very helpful. Visualize a simple geometric shape for an extended period of time(30 seconds and over time build up to longer periods of concentrated visualization) eventually you visualize more complex shapes, culminating to the flower of life. The ability to hold that image in your mind directly affects your ability to create something in this actual reality.



Just ramblings of a guy in a cubicle.

spiritguide
5th December 2012, 18:17
It is what it is! So be it!

write4change
5th December 2012, 18:47
I was taught alegra before geometry. I mostly learned it by rote, learning to recognize patterns in developeing equations etc. I succeeded but did not understand it. That was as a hs freshman. As a sophomore I got plane geometry first semester and solid second. I loved geometry. It was the first time I had a concept of thought processes. I thought about it a lot. What was more stunning to me is when I actually got the point of running a major rance--I found that everything I had learned from my whole life came into play and most of all, geometry.

Geometry seems to be taught less and less because we have few teachers that can do it.

CD7
5th December 2012, 19:44
Geometry taught in school I believe has nothing to do with SAcred geometry...whole different ball of wax

Sacred geometry touches more on the metaphysical structures within...school generally teaches you how to make boxes ...you know the kind we live our life in

greybeard
5th December 2012, 19:58
Nassim Haramein
Couldnít resist posting this video again.
While I dont understand the physics--- I suspect if I had of had a teacher with the enthusiasm that Nassim has I might have learned something.
He certainly thinks out of the box and combines the modern and ancient.

Chris


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y5bXdx5UrE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y5bXdx5UrE

Dorjezigzag
5th December 2012, 21:11
Thanks for this WhiteFeather,

I am an Artist myself and a lot of my work is not planned it just kind of evolves and happens. I start it and then I'll meditate while working and it will becomes something else and then this continues until the final piece is very different from my original conception. From a child I have been drawn to spiritual art and whatever my original conception it seems to go that way, but I spent many years resisting this because in many ways this is frowned upon within the contemporary Art world. Now I don't care and I just let it happen.

What is interesting is that although I don't consciously intend it to happen, many patterns and symbols reveal themselves within the painting. That can be related to Sacred Geometry.

I have learned so much through my Art and I have often thought this is why my kind of Art is not encouraged, Because it is self empowering and reveals secrets that some would rather you would not know.

Mainstream Culture does seem to be set up to be very surface and vacuous with little spiritual depth, but luckily we live in a time that we can get hold of so much information outside of the mainstream. We choose our own path.

Interesting coincidence that I read today that in the UK they are downgrading the importance of the Arts such as painting and drama to periphery as apposed to core subjects.

I think that just means that us as parents need to introduce these concepts to our children.

andrewgreen
5th December 2012, 21:53
John West and his book 'Serpent in the Sky, the high wisdom of ancient Egypt' is brilliant and offers a huge insight into this topic.

In the top three books I've read, a must read because not only is it very informative, eye opening and enlightening it connects dots from different ages, times religions and philosophies.

Jayke
5th December 2012, 22:49
Another great video on this subject is Sacred Geometry - the language of consciousness by Drunvalo Melchizedek


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0ti30lzlNo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0ti30lzlNo

modwiz
5th December 2012, 23:28
It is thaught in Waldorf Steiner school, if you can afford it for your children.

It's kind of hard to send your kids to a Steiner school with cigarettes at almost 10 dollars a pack and cable subscriptions so high. Not to mention the kids cell phone texting bills. :rolleyes:

Good of you to mention the excellent education that is available for those who insist on, and can afford, the best for their children. It shouldn't be that way. Our governments are our adversaries in the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.

I got an excellent academic education for free. You have to remove a lot of unwanted programming. It's like a lot of free web applications and software, it comes with so much crap, it's not really free.

modwiz
6th December 2012, 00:43
This one is for you Starseed.
Apparently, living in Finland will give you the education you want..........for free.
http://www.businessinsider.com/finland-education-school-2011-12?op=1

westhill
6th December 2012, 01:57
This was posted on another thread but worth repeating here.

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I did buy his book! Everyone should read/see it.
It's full of the structures, art, diagrams, shapes, thoughts, wisdom. So wonderful!
http://www.ozpod.com/zome/construct.gif

Poly Hedra
6th December 2012, 02:36
I have that book too, love it! On his website he has a collection of work books, quite expensive to send to the UK though. Definitely on my wish list. I love sacred geometry. :)
That Michael S Schneider video... is it a radio show or an actual video from Schneider? I cant watch any videos at the moment because I have very limited internet.
I would be very happy to watch more videos beyond the introduction phase of learning about it. I would love to know more.
Awake in a Dream told me about this book too 'The Story of Creation According to Sacred Geometry' by John Michell.

Samsara
6th December 2012, 02:48
If they had taught me that in school, I may have stayed a bit longer. Oh well... never too late to learn. I was always interested in symbols, but what got me to study a bit of sacred geometry was a dream. I have read volume 1 of the Ancient Secrets of the Flower of Life, and am slowly going through volume 2. I got myself a very basic set of geometry tools to practice on drawing the flower of life. My 5 yr old grandson saw my drawings and got very interested, expecially when he saw the geometry tools. We sometimes play at drawing and we will soon get to the seed of life. He's in a Montesorri school (kindergarden), and I have no idea if he will be taught sacred geometry there or not. One thing is sure, he's already turned on, and I will feed his interest.

Marin
6th December 2012, 08:07
Have enjoyed many of your sacred geometry threads WhiteFeather. :)

Drunvalo is one of my favorites. It took some time to get through his book, "The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life" Volume 1 and 11. It's one of those books you often find yourself going back to. Again and again.

Here's a recent interview he did on Coast to Coast a few weeks ago (November 22nd 2012). It's what I was listening to when I stumbled onto your thread:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW9DkqpIujE
(start at 37 minutes 30 seconds in)

And here's a more recent series of interviews that references some useful material; Q and A's (Episode #1-6)
http://www.drunvalo.net/QandA/index.php

soleil
6th December 2012, 16:41
just started (in the middle of) reading 'beginners guide to constructing the universe' where sacred geometry and the archetypes of numbers from 1-10 :)
i really wish i learned math like this in school. :)

Wind
7th December 2012, 03:24
This one is for you Starseed.
Apparently, living in Finland will give you the education you want..........for free.
http://www.businessinsider.com/finland-education-school-2011-12?op=1

Yes, that's one of the few good qualities that this northern country has, but... Personally I have learned more in the recent years just through being by myself, reading and meditating than I ever learned in schools. However, I did enjoy music, art, history and spirituality (religion) classes. Schools are not for me (anymore). Too restricting and boring.


PS. Trust me, you wouldn't want to live here right now. It's so dark and cold that all you want to do is to sleep for months straight... Oh Sun, where art thou?

Flash
7th December 2012, 03:47
It is thaught in Waldorf Steiner school, if you can afford it for your children.

It's kind of hard to send your kids to a Steiner school with cigarettes at almost 10 dollars a pack and cable subscriptions so high. Not to mention the kids cell phone texting bills. :rolleyes:

Good of you to mention the excellent education that is available for those who insist on, and can afford, the best for their children. It shouldn't be that way. Our governments are our adversaries in the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.

I got an excellent academic education for free. You have to remove a lot of unwanted programming. It's like a lot of free web applications and software, it comes with so much crap, it's not really free.

Ihave a small story about this. The title of the thread being why is it not taught at school, well there is one place teaching it. But true, one learns more by himself sometimes and we do have everthing we need to study at home.
The story: there was one guy at the ministry of education who was in the committee (you know government run through commitees to ensure nothing is done), and their job, mainly his, waa to develop a new school curriculum for the whole province.

He studied in depth the curriculum at Steiner schools, added up some new but old science such as many entrance doors for learning namely using all the senses, and built the curriculum fighting to get the Steiner approach in public schools. He almost won, some of the ideas were used, but transformed, after he died.

The program mainly flunk for two reasons, one, it was transformed were crucial thing should not have been, second, no budget was given to train the teachers, so they did not understand the program. I personnaly thought it was an excellent program, but not understood.

But mostly, although the guy was in his sixties, he suddenly died before the program was released. As by chance, he died. So he could not supervise the implementation of the program in public schools, nor make sure the budget were in place for the teachers.

So we remained with the same old school, a not working new curriculum that is now be reshuffled into the old one.

westhill
7th December 2012, 14:59
Just found a new home...
http://www.youtube.com/user/martyleeds33?feature=watch

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For those who love tarot...
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Poly Hedra
18th December 2012, 05:06
This is amazing: A ceremony based on sacred geometry. Its a group called The Template. never heard of them before but they seem to love sacred geometry. The shapes are the best I've seen yet.
The video was made by a guy called Zak Human. Enjoy :)
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Teti75
18th December 2012, 06:11
I found Dan Winter's work fasinating
Check it out


http://youtu.be/yT35qxYm_Io

Cheers

wavydome
18th December 2012, 08:30
OSX Dictionary:
sacred |ˈsākrid|
adjective
connected with God (or the gods) or dedicated to a religious purpose and so deserving veneration: sacred rites | the site at Eleusis is sacred to Demeter.
ē religious rather than secular: sacred music.
ē (of writing or text) embodying the laws or doctrines of a religion: a sacred Hindu text.
ē regarded with great respect and reverence by a particular religion, group, or individual: an animal sacred to Mexican culture.
ē sacrosanct: to a police officer nothing is sacred.

I've tended to avoid reverence, veneration and doctrines.

Avoid~ fixating in the place of appreciating or understanding perceptions.

I appreciate presentations, opinions and insights and am thankful.

Especially after years of exploration and self discipline in an art like geometry.

I love being inspired and even thrilled with explorations or realizations.


http://harmoniouspalette.com/Fractal/stahtequilibrium.gif

http://harmoniouspalette.com/Fractal/FractalStarTetrahedronCognitions.html

ulli
18th December 2012, 11:40
I found Dan Winter's work fasinating
Check it out


http://youtu.be/yT35qxYm_Io

Cheers

Before checking out Winter's "work" google "Dan Winter Plagiarism" ans see what comes up.

Shade
18th December 2012, 12:21
I found Dan Winter's work fasinating
Check it out


http://youtu.be/yT35qxYm_Io


Cheers

Before checking out Winter's "work" google "Dan Winter Plagiarism" ans see what comes up.

I would be careful what you give credence to with that. Purposeful discrediting has been afoot. Dan's work is wonderful and he is a genius. He was targeted because of that. His work is right up there with the best of them and should be recognised as such. His level of consciousness is extraordinary <3

ulli
18th December 2012, 12:45
I found Dan Winter's work fasinating
Check it out


http://youtu.be/yT35qxYm_Io


Cheers

Before checking out Winter's "work" google "Dan Winter Plagiarism" ans see what comes up.

I would be careful what you give credence to with that. Purposeful discrediting has been afoot. Dan's work is wonderful and he is a genius. He was targeted because of that. His work is right up there with the best of them and should be recognised as such. His level of consciousness is extraordinary <3

Thanks for the reminder, but I'm pretty careful by nature.
Anyway, if Stan Tenen's name was as memorable as Dan Winter's he might have had a better chance.
Fact is, Dan Winter is on the run, and that after he signed this statement:

CORRECTIVE NOTICE Stanley N. Tenen, Research director of Meru Foundation, a California non-profit foundation, is the creator of original "flame letter" sculptures. Mr. Tenen owns the copyrights on these sculptures, which he has licensed to Meru Foundation. I am not now, and never have been, an associate or colleague of Meru Foundation or Mr. Tenen. I acknowledge Mr. Tenenís copyrights as valid and enforceable. There are many ways to model Mr. Tenenís "flame letter" sculpture on a personal computer by a spiral strip or a line that will cast letter-form shadows. One need not use a Golden Mean spiral to do it. Thus, the Golden Mean spiral is an irrelevant overspecification for creating Hebrew, Arabic, Roman, Greek, and English (or any other) letter-forms. Mr. Tenenís legally required notifications of my violations of his copyrights were not harassment and I refute and apologize for having made that false claim and for my other personal and technical untruths, personal disparagements, and anti-Semitic characterizations. Mr.Tenen never refused to make his works available to others who asked first and honored his copyrights. Mr.Tenen produced copyright computer graphics of his "flame letter" vortex sculptures in 1987, before I did. I hold no technical or medical degrees. Mr. Tenenís scholarly concern for the integrity of his works is, and has been, fully warranted, and Mr. Tenen is neither greedy, a fanatic, nor secretive, nor a "Jewish or Hiburu priest." I regret that others have been misled by my false claims, and I strongly encourage Mr. Vincent Bridges my publisher, and Drunvalo Melchizadek, a/k/a/ Bernard Perona d/b/a Flower of Life, Inc., and all others who have repeated my false and hurtful reports, to stop doing so. I refute my misstatements and apologize for all of this, and I request that others now pass on, post, and report this Corrective Notice everywhere that false reports have appeared. For further information on the "flame letter" contact: Meru Foundation PO Box 503 Sharon, MA 02067 Internet: http://www.meru.org Email: meru1@well.com I want to be clear: I have posted this Corrective Notice because I believe it to be the complete and simple truth. I request that my friends support my efforts to end these matters by scrupulously honoring and defending Mr. Tenenís and Meru Foundationís copyrights and good reputation. Do not pass on and please do not make any further copies or derivations of the "flame letter" vortex and alphabet forms or their derivatives. Date 7/28/98

Signature as it appears on www.danwinter.com, per Order of Hon. Charles J. Siragusa, September 11 1998. Daniel Winter

Shade
18th December 2012, 12:53
Whatever happened between them, Dan should now have to pay forever, and with the totality of his work for a fight he had with someone on the net? No. The extent that it has been taken to, however, appears to me that Dan has been made a scape goat. His work stands alone as fantastic. Everyone has fights with people, says things that other people don't like and that sometimes they regret and sometimes not. And from what I have seen, copyright laws can be downright stupid. I like Dan's work, I always have and I think that enough is enough with HIS harassment. I also think that his harassment has been from the Cabal, because his work and his ability all round threatens them. His work should be enjoyed and learned from because it's among the best out there and it's as simple as that.

wavydome
18th December 2012, 13:44
Shade, I happened to start my website around the same time as Dan did... In those days, surprising it may be, there was no google and very little to search for. The concept of the search engine was wholly a grail...The best search tool i knew of was a sort of blog called dejavue(?)... Bandwidth was minuscule and most of us had to spend a buck just to save 1 MB.

If a geometry modeler simply presents their models as a free exchange of idea, how might a law suit develop? I actually do wonder if a law suit would develop, in a case a geometer or an artist simply makes art works and freely presents them to the world. However, if owner claims are made with contracts involved, then legal exposures start. Did such things occur? I don't know. Except how else would expensive law suits get traction? Please anyone, enlighten us.

ulli
18th December 2012, 14:12
Shade, I happened to start my website around the same time as Dan did... In those days, surprising it may be, there was no google and very little to search for. The concept of the search engine was wholly a grail...The best search tool i knew of was a sort of blog called dejavue(?)... Bandwidth was minuscule and most of us had to spend a buck just to save 1 MB.

If a geometry modeler simply presents their models as a free exchange of idea, how might a law suit develop? I actually do wonder if a law suit would develop, in a case a geometer or an artist simply makes art works and freely presents them to the world. However, if owner claims are made with contracts involved, then legal exposures start. Did such things occur? I don't know. Except how else would expensive law suits get traction? Please anyone, enlighten us.

The thing is this...one the one hand I don't want to take this off-topic.
Yet some stuff has to be addressed.
Sacred geometry is the essence behind astrology, which works totally by geometry, by measuring geometric angles between planets.
When angles are exact then inter-dimensional star gates open and condensed streams of energy pass from one dimension to another, higher density to lower density and vice versa.
There are many people who study this, who publish their findings and who are also not always harassed by the cabal.

And like in every field there are the charlatans...people whose egos are so huge they even though they may have some inspiration coming in, yet they have not done their inner work and transformed and matured.
The field of astrology is full of such people...I have seen astrological websites that are so full of false statements it was shocking. Yet they are attractive in their web design and give gullible people an impression that they would learn something of substance there.
It is in the interest of the cabal to keep the public confused, and charlatans are perfect tools to maintain the level of confusion high.
Plagiarisms is a bit different...especially if it takes the truth and publishes it...the way Dan Winter did.
I first found Dan's website, later studied Tenen's.
I even did Dan Winter's chart to check on his integrity or lack thereof.
His ego might have actually served a purpose, which was getting Tenen's work out there.
But Stan Tenen who really deserves the credit remained in obscurity.
Obscurity, occult, hidden... All these terms are related.

Lots of layers here.

wavydome
18th December 2012, 15:10
Ulli, Your inclusion of astrology here does make sense to me... The word sacred includes many subjects. Astrology does involve geometry, indeed. So thanks for your inputs here....

I admit to very little study of astrology but have direct experience of seeing a chart, shown me around 1972 or so-- It did predict huge issues in the years we are living in, here and now. (The major planets aligning or something like that, with dire expectations). So i respect astrology for that proven prediction... plus... I have appreciated many smaller aspects shown to me as well.

I accept the invocation to regard geometry with respect. In maintaining definitions. "Respected Geometry" as a term is very lacking besides.

So, just where alignments point too is actually very interesting. Point on! Where does sacred geometry really point?