I’ve been working on my spiritual witches series. This series delves into Reiki, the afterlife, energy, witchcraft, reincarnation, ancient Egypt, astral travel, time travel, and of course, love. One of the subjects I explored was Sacred Geometry. Sacred Geometry involves universal patterns used in the design of everything in our reality. This includes the Golden Ratio (Phi), Divine Proportion, and Consciousness.
The belief that God created the universe according to a geometric plan has been believed since ancient times. These beliefs were culminated through the study of nature and the mathematical principals at work. These harmonic proportions are found in music, light, and cosmology. Sacred Geometry is used when planning the building of churches, temples, mosques, altars, and other religious structures. It is also used in holy places and in religious art. Sacred Geometry has symbolic and sacred meanings, which are ascribed to geometric shapes of various proportions.
These geometrical patterns can be found throughout nature and history.
The honeybee constructs hexagonal cells to store honey.
The ancient Egyptians geometrically aligned the Great Pyramids with Orion’s belt.
It is said that by connecting with these pattern recognitions of Sacred Geometry that the believer contemplates the “Great Mysteries and Great Design” and that the insight gained may assist in achieving an understanding of the laws of the universe.
In music, modern theorists claim reality is created by harmonics following the pattern of Sacred Geometry. Pythagoreans believed these harmonic ratios gave music the power to heal. Like Reiki energy, music can align the chakras and heal the body by lifting energy vibration levels.
The Flower of Life can be found in all major religions of the world and the Seed of Life is found in every Flower. The Flower of Life is the modern name given to the geometrical figure of multiple and evenly spaced, overlapping circles. These circles are arranged to form a flower like pattern with a six-fold symmetry like a hexagon.
To some, the Flower of Life contains the fundamental forms of space and time, seen as a visual expression to connect all souls, and believed to be a type of Akashic Record for all living things. The oldest representation of the Flower of Life was found in stone at the Temple of Osiris in Abydos, Egypt.
Consciousness and reality are set in linear time. We are here to experience and record human emotion. Sacred Geometry revolves around the Wheel of Time or Karma, where we experience earthly life and evolve. We are eternal souls of light having a human experience, where our consciousness spirals down through the patterns of the Golden Ratio, until we reverse the spiral and return to the Creator.
For more information regarding Sacred Geometry and its portrayal in the Bible, and to further understand the creation of man according to Sacred Geometry, I suggest watching the following video.
A special thank you to www.crystallinks and Sacred Geometry Explained-YouTube