Duality Nature Project: The Importance of Sacred Geometry

Monday, January 25, 2010

The Importance of Sacred Geometry

When I first discovered Sacred Geometry, I didn't think much of it. It's easy to overlook it's significance, and most do. Sacred Geometry is not easily explained however there is one key feature that is present in all geometries that are said to be sacred: the key is called the ratio.
There are various ratio's and all of them are what you would call 'mysterious'. Pi would be my first example and the one you are probably most familiar with. If you can recall high school geometry for a moment, Pi is the circumference around a circle.

However Pi is very strange. As you might know, people sometimes become... obsessed with pi you could say. This is because, in spite of logic, Pi is wholly irrational. This really pisses smart people off sometimes who desire to know everything. To date, Pi is one of those things in existence which no one has been able to really explain.

Pi is just one ratio out of many but all the ratio's in sacred geometry, including pi, are direct explanations of the physical world. Basically, they represent patterns in nature. The circle for example, or Pi, is universal: All circles found in nature are similar and have the same ratio's.

The circle is generally overlooked in importance which is a shame. The few that do realize it's importance often become obsessed with it as well which is ironic however anyone can understand Pi or the circle because circles are everywhere.

Circles are a primary structure of reality. The sun, earth, and moon are circles for example. Machines often have circular parts as well. If you could understand the nature of a circle then you might better be able to understand how the wheel of a car turns.

A circle is essentially a line which have curved in on itself to become a loop. Other curved lines found in nature are generally referred to as logarithmic spirals.

Logarithmic spirals were first proposed by Rene Descartes. Rene Descartes was the guy who first said, "I think therefore I am." Personally I feel he is one of the most influential people in history and ranks higher than Da Vinci but you probably have your own opinions, if any but Descartes is definitely a recurring theme in my topics.

Logarithmic Spirals look like this:

This very pattern is found everywhere in nature, only typically we don't notice it. The pattern is represented by ratios. We can explain using geometry:

Thus we call it, Sacred Geometry: The Geometry of Life. Why life behaves this way or why things like entire galaxies or single conch shells find it most useful or natural to form themselves in this spiral pattern however, Is a complete mystery.


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