Sacred Geometry and Science
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The principles of Sacred Geometry are an extremely fertile field for scientific investigation.
Mathematics is after all the default language of science, and many scientists throughout the centuries have intuited that the secrets of the universe are not only mathematical but also geometric. Therefore one would expect that great insights may be gained through studying the fundamental forms of Geometry.
There have been some spectacular failures in the attempts to find the laws of the universe through geometric principles though. For centuries it was thought that the planets orbits must be perfect circles, and it was quite a shock, especially to Kepler who was seeking to prove this assumption, to discover that in fact the orbits are ellipses. Not even perfect ellipses at that as all the other stellar bodies influence the orbit in small ways.
And it gets worse once Einstein proves that all motion is relative, and so one can only define an objects movement relative to a ‘frame of reference’.
However, there has also been a steady progress in understanding the fundamental geometric principles, and it is possible that we are at last beginning to understand the geometric causes of existence, the way matter arises from empty space.
I am not a scientist myself though I find science fascinating. And I am even less of a mathematician. I approached the field of Sacred Geometry through the archway of Art and Mysticism. However I find it very reassuring that there seems to be a movement back to geometric principles among the cutting edge scientist of our time. For instance Scientific American had a cover article a few years ago showing a dodecahedral model for the shape of the known universe. And there have been quite a few atomic theories based on higher dimensional space. The current models of the quantum and cosmological worlds contain more geometry than most people would realize.
There are two Sacred Geometers I would like to introduce here as they are scientists and quite revolutionary in their understanding of reality. It makes them even more relevant that they are both working on technological devices to utilize their insights. Interestingly, both of them speak on a wide range of subjects, from alternative galactic and planetary histories, to the secrets of DNA and subatomic physics, and of course the geometric patterns underlying everything.
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I highly recommend watching some of his presentations available on Youtube, and perusing his voluminous and rather disorganized website to discover some of the treasures he shares. Share-ability is is one of his core concepts!
[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B00798D2JW” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41y0CpJzoGL._SL160_.jpg” width=”120″][easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B00589Z68E” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51-Qo5HChGL._SL160_.jpg” width=”103″]Nassim Haramein: More recently I would say that Nassim Haramein has made the biggest splash in the Sacred Geometry pool in the last 10 years or so. His first published scientific paper was ‘the Schwatzchild Proton’ in which he describes subatomic particles as rotating black holes, and does away with the need for a theoretical ‘strong force’ or ‘weak force’ that are foundations of mainstream physics. Since then he has published a follow up work that is even more astounding in its implications. And all of his physics is deeply grounded in an understanding of the geometry of space. He often says that we are spending all our time studying the .0001 percent of the universe that is matter and ignoring the 99.9999 percent of the universe that is space.
His work integrates ‘spin’ back into the gravitational equations where it had been removed because it created ‘nasty infinities’. (Yes that’s what mathematicians call them).
Currently he is overseeing ‘the Resonance Foundation’ that runs online courses in the new physics, and working on his devices to extract energy from the vacuum the way every particle in existence already does.