This is a truly mind blowing documentary about origami, and a collection of artists and scientists who push folded paper way beyond what anyone had ever imagined might be its limits! Folding is of course one way to move between dimensions, as when we fold up a cube from six squares in a cross form. […]
Here’s an interview I did a few days ago with Dr Heike Bielek from In2Infinity.com. I feel that it was good practice, (and that I need the practice). Some of the time I sound clear (to myself at least), but other times pretty foggy. Sacred geometry is such an exciting subject as the conversation can […]
This video is a good recap on the history of this major thread in Western scientific thought and religious experience. The Hermetic tradition is arguably the source of the wisdom we call sacred geometry.
This is a sequel to ‘What Is Reality?’ by Quantum Gravity Research Group. Equally entertaining and educational, if not even better than the original. Clearly this crew enjoy their work of enlightening the world to the latest in higher dimensional physics theories. Their own theory is called Emergence Theory. You can follow up with them […]
This is the first of a number of productions by the Quantum Gravity Research group. I highly recommend their take on higher dimensional physics, and this is a wonderfully entertaining introduction to it. I only discovered QGR towards the end of writing my book ‘Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life’, and I had […]
Foster and his partner Kimberly are the directors of the most widely watched independent documentary movie of ever, Thrive, which has actually been viewed 80 million times in 27 languages. Narada is the creator of www.SacredGeometryWeb.com and takes this chance to ask Foster about Sacred Geometry, his recent journey to the world’s oldest yet discovered […]
http://www.facebook.com/gregorycolbert Gregory Colbert has used both still and movie cameras to explore extraordinary interactions between humans and …
One aspect of sacred geometry is the relationship between beauty and underlying geometric forms. Everyone knows the saying ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’, but is it true? If so, does the eye prefer to see the same geometric patterns from which it is made? Where do these patterns come from? This is a […]