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5 months ago

Red, green, blue, triangular pixels make an eye popping scale -like texture. This is just one of hundreds of sacred geometry inspired designs at www.SacredGeometrical.com - Would you wear this?

Red, green, blue, triangular pixels make an eye popping scale -like texture. This is just one of hundreds of sacred geometry inspired designs at www.SacredGeometrical.com - Would you wear this? ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago

That moment of meeting with a wild creature is so sensually magical. Yes? ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago

How many fundamental forms are there? How many shapes do you need to understand to have a good grasp on the basics of geometry (sacred or not)? Well... that depends how you define the terms. But I feel there are surprisingly few of them really. 

The simplest and most symmetrical shapes made from either straight or curved lines, the circle, equilateral triangle, square, pentagon and hexagon - all these certainly need to be included - and their 3 dimensional (and higher dimensional) extensions. The behaviour of spheres and torii (donuts) are particularly important concepts to understand. Phi ratio, spirals, and the concept of fractals... strangely, already we are running out of what can be considered primary patterns. Most other candidates that come to mind are either extensions of these concepts, or else they are far less fundamental. I suppose some would want to include conic sections such as parabola and hyperbola.

Many other geometric forms and concepts deserve lifetimes of study, but arent they all based on these simplest ones ? What would you add to the collection that isnt an extension of these ?

How many fundamental forms are there? How many shapes do you need to understand to have a good grasp on the basics of geometry (sacred or not)? Well... that depends how you define the terms. But I feel there are surprisingly few of them really.

The simplest and most symmetrical shapes made from either straight or curved lines, the circle, equilateral triangle, square, pentagon and hexagon - all these certainly need to be included - and their 3 dimensional (and higher dimensional) extensions. The behaviour of spheres and torii (donuts) are particularly important concepts to understand. Phi ratio, spirals, and the concept of fractals... strangely, already we are running out of what can be considered 'primary patterns'. Most other candidates that come to mind are either extensions of these concepts, or else they are far less fundamental. I suppose some would want to include conic sections such as parabola and hyperbola.

Many other geometric forms and concepts deserve lifetimes of study, but aren't they all based on these simplest ones ? What would you add to the collection that isn't an extension of these ?
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11 months ago

Sometimes I come across poetry that is irresisable ~
________________    
by TRACEY SCHMIDT   
________________   

Building a Shrine ~
My life so far
Has been like
Trying to put a very large love
Through a pinhole.
I have tried to make myself
Small enough to fit into this world.
But finally the shell has rent in two-
And the shrine of my being has emerged.

We are guided home on an invisible thread-
One day the distance between our self and the hole
Simply
Disappears.

And then the love fits perfectly.

There is so much work to do in this world
When we could simply choose
To be estastically happy.
To take rocks and driftwood and build an altar
To all that is good inside of us-
And to set our one shining life
On fire.

Sometimes I come across poetry that is irresisable ~
________________
by TRACEY SCHMIDT
________________

Building a Shrine ~
My life so far
Has been like
Trying to put a very large love
Through a pinhole.
I have tried to make myself
Small enough to fit into this world.
But finally the shell has rent in two-
And the shrine of my being has emerged.

We are guided home on an invisible thread-
One day the distance between our self and the hole
Simply
Disappears.

And then the love fits perfectly.

There is so much work to do in this world
When we could simply choose
To be estastically happy.
To take rocks and driftwood and build an altar
To all that is good inside of us-
And to set our one shining life
On fire.
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11 months ago

My friend Asaf at Zakay Glass with his totally gorgeous version of the 64 tetrahedron grid

My friend Asaf at Zakay Glass with his totally gorgeous version of the 64 tetrahedron grid ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago

This snowflake crystalline design is actually a study of how the 64 hexagrams of the Chinese I Ching can be mapped onto the Flower of Life. In the centre you have a flower with 6 white petals representing 6 Yang lines. Surrounding this you have 6 flowers that each have a different petal missing, representing the 6 hexagrams that have 5 Yang lines and one Yin line. This pattern continues, and there are in total 64 different flowers possible using combinations of petals. Another way to think of this is that each flower is a 6 digit binary number from 000000 to 111111.  Get a good free I Ching reading here https://cafeausoul.com/oracles/iching and find this and many other designs at http://SacredGeometrical.com

This snowflake crystalline design is actually a study of how the 64 hexagrams of the Chinese I Ching can be mapped onto the Flower of Life. In the centre you have a flower with 6 white petals representing 6 Yang lines. Surrounding this you have 6 flowers that each have a different petal missing, representing the 6 hexagrams that have 5 Yang lines and one Yin line. This pattern continues, and there are in total 64 different flowers possible using combinations of petals. Another way to think of this is that each flower is a 6 digit binary number from 000000 to 111111. Get a good free I Ching reading here cafeausoul.com/oracles/iching and find this and many other designs at SacredGeometrical.com ... See MoreSee Less

11 months ago

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