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October 23, 2012
‘Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life – a Higher Dimensional Perspective on an Ancient Wisdom Stream’ is a lavishly illustrated tour of many facets of the multidimensional sacred geometry crystal.
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June 30, 2016
The second edition of ‘Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life’ is on its way to the printers.
This edition has an extra 8 pages that round out the information, and many of the pages have been almost rewritten. Not so much to change the content as to make it more complete and as readable as possible.
There is one extra page at the beginning so that we now cover the more recent history of sacred geometry within the European mystery schools and secret societies. We point out the influence of the Hermetic writings around the 1600s, and introduce the idea of ‘contemplative geometry, that was popular throughout the last millennia. This allows the next page about the influence of the Greek Philosophers to be more focused on their immense contribution to Western thought and culture.
There is a new section in the middle of the book about numbers and mathematics, as it seemed crazy not to acknowledge that the more abstract numerical patterns are just as important as the more visual and spacial geometric patterns.
And lastly, there is a new page that more fully honours the contributions of the Vedic culture to mathematics and geometry and the idea of sacredness.
Watch this space for news of its upcoming release 🙂
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