Do You Know Any Resrouces on Sacred Geometry?

Anonymous (@) 9 years, 4 months ago

Anyone know of any good resources to learn about Sacred Geometry?

August 23, 2012 at 4:14 pm
Daniel (316) (@qwuakeup) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

Good video to help you get into it mate:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7GJ-8SY068

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Jon Leo (78) (@d503) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@wabasabi, Best resource you could ask for on this subject.

A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe – Michael Schneider

Easy ready, very informative. Contains a lot of detail, background information on the esoteric significance of shapes, numbers and ideas.

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sweetLou (6) (@sweettlou) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

this needs to be preached. now. my mind = blown.

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Anonymous (0) (@) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@qwuakeup, Awesome video, thanks!

@d503, I’ve got to check this out, thanks.

I just read that Tool the band was into some of this sacred geometry so I felt like looking it up, interesting stuff.

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veritus (1) (@veritus) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

Hey guys, I’m in indie Researcher/Journalist and I got into Sacred Geometry a while back. Theres alot of good info out there if you search youtube or google, but Ive compiled some pretty interesting info on how Geometries actually govern our existence, which is what I think Sacred Geometry research is leading us to anyway. If you want you can check it out on my academia page: http://independent.academia.edu/TateM/Papers/1841777/The_Geometric_Reality_of_Existence_A_Molecular_Frequency_Observation
I just recently wrote the paper and the data in it is fairly unknown, for the most part.

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O’Reilly (804) (@oreilly) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

I’m loving the Spirit Science videos on youtube. These are great.

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veritus (1) (@veritus) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@oreilly, Ya, those spirit science videos are interesting.

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veritus (1) (@veritus) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@theequinox89, Thanks. The flower of life is what its all about. You know, there is a place in Egypt where all the structures are are more ancient than anything else that we know of in that region and the walls are all bare without any hieroglyphs, except for what seem to be ancient laser etched symbols of the Flower of Life. It’s really interesting.

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Vteezy Living (33) (@groig22) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@wabasabi, https://www.highexistence.com/videos/view/fibonaccis-fractals/ i like this one, just came up a few days ago.

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Alicia Lee (146) (@aliwine) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@veritus, Do you have the resource for the laser etchings in Egypt?? I feel really skeptical about what you say.

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zowie (115) (@zowie) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

Isn’t sacred geometrys fundamentals just trying to reach physical perfection? e.x. Lines(males) curves(females) coexisting as one in balance(perfection)? Flower of life, metatrons cube, yin and yang etc. But our existence is to experience all the good and bad in this balanced world. I don’t know… Just shooting ideas out there. correct me if I’m wrong.

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cheeky (76) (@cheeky) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

Try meditating on the flower of life. It always relaxes me and will expand the shit out of your awareness.

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cheeky (76) (@cheeky) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@aliwine, Its called the Temple of Osiris. The Flower of Life etchings….Look at the size of those blocks! I’d sure love to know how they were moved.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abydos,_Egypt

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Cascade (272) (@tophthetomboy) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

I’ve had my doubts for Sacred Geometry, but I still find it interesting anyway.

This isn’t exactly pointing to Sacred Geometry, but it’s an interesting documentary on crop circle findings. Watching this you can start to recognize some patterns and symbols from Sacred Geometry, and seeing this has made me doubt less about Sacred Geometry. At 1:06:35 you see a crop circle that looks something like the flower of life.

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Alicia Lee (146) (@aliwine) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@cheeky, Rolling them on logs, pullies, winches and loads of slave labour. Humans were a lot more productive before technology.

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cheeky (76) (@cheeky) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@aliwine, I don’t believe you could move these megaton rocks this way.. Modern equipment would have trouble moving these.

Check out the second to last picture, this example weighs over 1200 tons.

http://sacredsites.com/middle_east/lebanon/baalbek.html

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Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@cheeky, How they were moved? EFFORT, WILLPOWER, STRATEGY, SMART MANAGEMENT, AND TOOLS.
It’s no rocket science, really, just a bunch of big rocks. Like @aliwine says, people were a lot more productive back then. And a lot stronger.
Not to mention that the Egyptian “elite” were very smart, knowledgeable “illuminated” people.

Sacred geometry was used for designing the buildings and some of the tools, but the materials were moved and assembled the same way it’s always been done: By effort and smart decisions.

As for modern equipment having trouble moving those things, that’s simply not true, it’s the kind of lies that originate from people who want to make things seem more incredible than they really are. Modern equipment could easily lift a 1200 ton slab.
But generally, there are not many projects that call for this type of equipment so they’re not that well-known or mass produced.

Why would builders of today want to use big-ass stone slabs? That’s just “barbaric” and not very aesthetic or modern-looking, not to mention that it’s highly impractical.
Imagine how long it would take to install electrics and plumbing and internet/phone lines and shit in a solid rock. And how tricky and time-consuming it would be to create nice aesthetic facade with it. And how short the supply of big-ass stones is, compared to concrete, iron, and so on.

If we wanted to build great pyramids, we could. There simply is no great demand for it, however there is much demand for skyscrapers, aesthetic houses and futuristic-looking buildings, so that’s what’s being built.
A crude pyramid shaped building is neither aesthetic nor practical.

Sacred geometry, however, is used a lot more these days. In fact, there are very few “important” buildings that are not designed with sacred geometry in mind. Not only sacred geometry, but a lot of symbolic stuff too. If you keep look closely, you’ll see that many modern day “important” buildings are just as impressive as the pyramids.

Pyramids and zigurraths and all that stuff were just the early basic stuff. The application of sacred geometry these days is much more developed and sophisticated.

As for the massiveness of many ancient buildings, one should note that some ancient civilizations knew how to use cement/concrete, and that some of it was in fact much stronger and much more rock-like than the stuff we have today. This kind of cement is considered one of the “lost inventions” (another example is the fire siphon which is basically an ancient flamethrower.)

There are many possible, logical conclusions that don’t require farfetched leaps.

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cheeky (76) (@cheeky) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@manimal,

“Why would builders of today want to use big-ass stone slabs? That’s just “barbaric” and not very aesthetic or modern-looking, not to mention that it’s highly impractical.
Imagine how long it would take to install electrics and plumbing and internet/phone lines and shit in a solid rock. And how tricky and time-consuming it would be to create nice aesthetic facade with it. And how short the supply of big-ass stones is, compared to concrete, iron, and so on.”

Why would they use these massive slabs back then? It was definitely not the easiest thing to do for them to do. Do you believe they woke up and said ” lets go down to the quarry, dig out and cut down the biggest ass block we can find and make a structure with it?” With our current knowledge of these projects, IMHO, the current research simply does not add up. From what I have read, the Greeks/Lebanese built on top of these rocks, they didn’t even know their origins.

The understanding of other universal energies that my have helped ancient civilizations achieve their objectives are not in anyway far fetched. Current civilization has been made lazy with technology, myself included. Who’s to say these civilizations were not onto an even better technology than what we currently have? Many ancient civilizations thrived investigating other states of consciousness revealing cosmic knowledge that current civilization has yet to discover.

No matter the method of construction used, I’d like to see how it was accomplished.

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Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

“Why would they use these massive slabs back then? It was definitely not the easiest thing to do for them to do.” @cheeky

Easy? No. But it was new, it was impressive, it was a challenge. Now it’s already been done, so it would just be a waste of energy. Just like artists today don’t make Mona Lisa, because while it is indeed a wonderful painting, it’s already been done.
Egypt, south Europe and the middle east were run by masons and hermetics in the olden days, and their amibition is to carry out “the great work,” if they would just keep shaping things today in the same way they did back then, they wouldn’t be carrying out “the great work.”

And for the purpose of their project, massive stones were probably the easiest medium.

If those civilizations had better technology, there would still be remains of such things being dug up. And how do you explain that those things are not around today, considering how useful they were, how could they just stop being made? Hmm?
And how do you explain that these civilizations were wiped out, if they had such superior equipment?

“Many ancient civilizations thrived investigating other states of consciousness revealing cosmic knowledge that current civilization has yet to discover. ” @cheeky

That’s fallacious. The knowledge wasn’t lost, it’s still known and practiced by current civilization. Current civilization probably even knows a lot more than they did, having had time to build upon the knowledge.
You’re confusing the masses with civilization. The masses don’t know shit, the masses have been made lazy, the masses can’t access other states of consciousness, etc. But the people who actually make up civilization do, just like it was back then.

What you fail to understand is that “normal” people are to present civilization what camels, oxen, elephants and slaves were to the ancient civilizations. “Normal people” are just livestock to our civilization, nothing more. They don’t make or shape civilization, they’re just a tool for the people who do. A tool requires no knowledge, it’s just a tool.

Speaking of elephants, it is not unlikely that the ancient Egyptians used elephants to pull the massive stones. Elephants are very heavy and very strong, using a herd of elephants they could pull rocks like that. Whether they did or not, I don’t think anybody knows. But, like I said, there are many possible explanations to how they went about it if you just look around a bit.

I agree though, that it would be very nice to see how they accomplished it.
Even more interesting would be the sphinx. How did they even get it there? The surface has been very eroded by rain, it very rarely rains in Egypt, and nothing in the surrounding is eroded like that. From what I’ve read, this erosion is estimated to have taken place thousands of years before the Egyptians built their other impressive structures.

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cheeky (76) (@cheeky) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

“And for the purpose of their project, massive stones were probably the easiest medium.” @manimal

again, you are saying this is “easiest medium”. Just so you realize the magnitude of your guess (a reasonable guess btw), elephants can pull around 1200 lbs. We’ll call it 1 ton for easy math (2000 lbs)

Block = 1200 tons = MINIMUM of 1200 elephants. Herding this many elephants?? Very doubtful, although I agree there is obviously an explanation because it happened.

Not to bring up old shit, but i missed this comment:

“A crude pyramid shaped building is neither aesthetic nor practical.”

What we know: Pyramids were constructed because they are the largest conductors of cosmic energy. Research has shown, at the EXACT dimensions, this energy is used to stop decay (Pharaoh burials) and produce cosmic energy to increase meditational power. Back to what I was saying about knowledge being lost…. this knowledge has been deemed non important, and is all but lost, to current culture and may hold the answers to how and why these creations were conceived and constructed. This ‘new age” interest spreading like wildfire is digging up past cultural remnants because modern science is lacking explanations.

Regarding the Sphynx, I heard the blocks came from several hundred miles away. Another complete mystery.

All I am saying is that we don’t have all the answers and need to remain open to every possible fork of knowledge, especially those revered by our ancient ancestors. It would appear our survival may depend on it.

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Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

“Block = 1200 tons = MINIMUM of 1200 elephants. Herding this many elephants?? Very doubtful, although I agree there is obviously an explanation because it happened.” @cheeky

You’re forgetting important factors, such as winches, log rollers and things like that. It’s a fully possible solution, like you said we need to remain open to the possibilities.

And it’s probably the easiest medium for the purpose of the building. If you read the Pyramid texts and/or the Egyptian book of the dead you’d understand what I’m talking about.

“Pyramids were constructed because they are the largest conductors of cosmic energy. Research has shown, at the EXACT dimensions, this energy is used to stop decay (Pharaoh burials) and produce cosmic energy to increase meditational power.” @cheeky

Right, research… I did some looking around, and I did not find any research material whatsoever to support this claim. Would you please show me the research you’re talking about?

The reason the pharaohs don’t decay is because they’re mummified, nobody’s ever needed a pyramid for this stuff. It’s not about some spiritual shit, it’s about removing the things that cause decay and adding preservatives, it’s pragmatic PHYSICAL knowledge and practice.
The way a pyramid aids in meditation is a simple one, it’s the same effect as meditating in a cave or bomb shelter, the “background noise” is lowered because so much of it can’t get through the stone. It’s really that simple.

“ack to what I was saying about knowledge being lost…. this knowledge has been deemed non important, and is all but lost, to current culture and may hold the answers to how and why these creations were conceived and constructed.” @cheeky

Again with this stuff? It’s not lost, there are still lots of illuminated/quickend/enlightened/call-it-what-you-will people who know about it. Just because the dumbass masses don’t know it doesn’t mean it’s lost.
I repeat, “normal people” are not today’s civilization, “normal people” are the livestock of the current civilization.

Most people are extremely ignorant, that doesn’t mean everyone is. This knowledge was never lost, it lived on just the same as it’s always done, through “mystery schools.”
But the “mystery schools” of today are not like the ones the woo-woo people imagine, it’s not spirit stuff these days, like I said earlier A LOT OF PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE.

This spirit stuff is to the quickened what cave murals are to you; outdated and dumb.

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cheeky (76) (@cheeky) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@manimal

Hey brother, I can completely relate to your outlook of spiritual phenomenon because I had the exact same stance. This is all pretty new to me as I thought it was hokey bullshit but, from first hand experience, I can tell you its not.

It’s something that you cant possibly believe until it happens to you… I was the most skeptical person before last year when, for about 30 days, was thrown into viewing another realm, visions and other crazy ass shit and I will post up soon as I’m done organizing it.

Many of these things continue to this day so I urge you to be open to these possibilities.

Here are a few resources to folks that have researched Pyramid phenomena:

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/piramides/esp_piramide_18.htm

http://www.iempowerself.com/84_pyramid_power.html

http://www.realitysandwich.com/?q=great_pyramids_russia

http://www.rexresearch.com/golod/golod.htm

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Egarim (363)C (@egarim) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@manimal,

You sound like a well educated and knowledgeable individual but your steadfast denial of any possibility of the existence of the spirit and the like shines light on an ignorant side.

To understand anything completely you must see things from all angles. Once you take sides and start bashing other disciplines and studies you wall your mind in and shut yourself off from other forms of knowledge and new ways of thinking. It’s hard to disprove something that is not readily observable or testable.

Therefore remember this: “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence”

Many ancient civilizations built structures in manners nearly impossible without some form of advanced technology or tools. Sometimes the possibility that there is much more to it than meets the eye is more than a likely assumption. We as humans need to be more humble and accept that there is still much to learn and that we shouldn’t shoot down or refute certain things before it’s had it’s proper time in the light. Now that we have come so far in the field of science, we should try to combine our scientific studies with spiritual studies to further understand the underlying connections if there is one.

Not everything is voodoo, but if you run away (ironically in the same manner of running away as some religious folk or spirituals do from science) then it might as well be.

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Cascade (272) (@tophthetomboy) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@egarim, You don’t know how much this made me happy to read, I felt like I was nearly alone on the idea of scientific and spiritual knowledge being combined in order to understand things in a different way.. or maybe even a deeper level of understanding.

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Manimal (2,998) (@manimal) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@cheeky, That’s funny, since I’ve had your stance too in the past.
I’ve had plenty of experiences like that, but I realized that they’re not necessarily anything out of the ordinary, and that ascribing such labels/meanings to it only closes the mind and distorts one’s perspective.

Just because you can’t describe it, doesn’t mean it’s otherworldly, in fact giving something such a label is a false understanding. Let go of the need to label it, stop adding meaning, and you’ll see what I’m talking about.

Thanks for those links, some of them look pretty good.

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