About: JonathanQuintin

Cosmologist & Multimedia Artist I was born and raised in New Zealand. I experienced a great deal of difficulty through my school years because of dyslexia. At every opportunity I would escape the classroom to wander the wilderness (the school was next to a mountain range). The great outdoors became my classroom and the wisdom of nature my teacher. At an early age I began travelling extensively and lived in different countries around the world. I was especially fascinated by ancient civilizations and observed that many of them, although separated by thousands of miles and thousands of years… applied the same geometric principles in the construction of their pyramids, temples, monuments etc. Even more amazing was that many ancient structures modelled aspects of universal order and produced resonant fields that were conducive for experiencing states of higher consciousness. The same geometric principles appeared in traditional art as well, providing further ways of connecting with the harmonics of nature. I found sacred geometry so fascinating that I decided to dedicate the rest of my life to it, which was over a quarter century ago. As an artist, sacred geometry provides me with an unlimited source of material for artistic expression; as a cosmologist, it provides me with precious tools for exploring universal order. The purpose of my work is to provide various modalities that can help attune human consciousness to the harmony of universal order. My work is based on simple mathematical principles and processes that reveal a profound order existing on the archetypal planes. This order emanates from source and opens us to a state of harmony that exists beyond space and time and can only be known to us through geometry. The geometries are keys that can help bring us to a state of self-awareness and open us to unity consciousness. This time on Earth is unlike any other. The old world is dying and a new world is being born. Sacred geometry provides a means through which we can move with the changes rather than be overwhelmed by them. Sacred geometry offers unchanging principles in a rapidly changing world and opens us to the oneness of all things.

The first time I came across Jonathan Quintin it was because of his incredibly complex designs using fivefold symmetry. Jonathan’s multimedia […]