• SACRED GEOMETRY •
Reality is a consciousness hologram set in linear time to experience and record human emotions. Reality is science and math. The term "sacred geometry" is often used by archaeologists, anthropologists, geometricians, and metaphysicians to encompass the religious, philosophical, and spiritual beliefs that have sprung up around this geometry in various cultures during the course of the human biogenetic experiment.
All consciousness, including human,
is soley based on sacred geometry.
To understand reality is to focus on the patterns that have repeated throughout time,
as if on a higher octave with each programmed experience for the souls.
Science and science fiction are merging in the twenty first century when all becomes clear
and the nature of reality, as based on a sacred geometric design, is understood.
It's really not that complicated.
A modern theory states that reality is created by harmonics following the
patterns of sacred geometry.
For every line in sacred geometry, there is always an associated emotional and experiential aspect.
There is not only a mental component but an emotional component that can also be experienced.
A sacred-geometry drawing can enter human consciousness through the left brain,
but there is a way that it can also enter experientially through the right brain.
Sometimes this emotional/experiential component is not obvious.
Also known as the Golden Ratio. The Golden Ratio and it being the blueprint applied to all of creation.
Metatron's Cube is a symbol derived from the Flower of Life which was used as a containment circle or creation circle. The platonic solids are geometrical forms which are said to act as a template from which all life springs.
Plato mentioned these solids in writing, and it was he who identified the solids with the elements commonly believed to make up all matter in the universe. In Plato's times, people believed that all things were made up of five different atoms. They were fire, air, water, earth, with the fifth being the cosmos (the universe itself). Plato identified fire atoms with the tetrahedron, earth atoms with the cube, air atoms with the octahedron, water atoms with the icosahedron, and the cosmos atoms with the dodecahedron.
The Greeks, who were inclined to see in mathematics something of the nature of religious truth, found this business of there being exactly five Platonic solids very compelling. The philosopher Plato concluded that they must be the fundamental building blocks—the atoms—of nature, and assigned to them what he believed to be the essential elements of the universe. He followed the earlier philosopher Empedocles in assigning fire to the tetrahedron, earth to the cube, air to the octahedron, and water to the icosahedron. To the dodecahedron Plato assigned the element cosmos, reasoning that, since it was so different from the others in virtue of its pentagonal faces, it must be what the stars and planets are made of. The beauty and interest of the Platonic solids continue to inspire all sorts of people, and not just mathematicians. For a look at how one artist used these shapes, you may wish to study the M.C. Escher
The Flower of Life
The "Seed of Life" is formed from seven circles being placed with sixfold symmetry, forming a pattern of circles and lenses, which acts as a basic component of the Flower of Life's design. It is also the blueprint for the creation of matter, sound and consciousness. Effectively everything is formed from this blueprint.
The Sri Yantra is a 12,000 year old symbol and is considered the mother of all Yantras. Yantras are geometrical designs based on the principles of sacred geometry and are used for meditation. Each yantra design contains a centre point or “dot” from which geometric shapes and designs radiate. Traditionally, such symbols are used to balance the left and right aspects of the brain, focus our minds or to focus on spiritual concepts to obtain spiritual benefit.
Held inside the pineal gland
— even in its shrunken size
— are all the sacred geometries and understandings of
exactly how the Reality was created.
It’s all there, in every single person.
The Pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the brain. It produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone, which affects the modulation of sleep patterns in both seasonal and circadian rhythms. Its shape resembles a tiny pine cone (hence its name), and it is located in the epithalamus, near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two halves of the thalamus join.
The Sri Yantra is considered to be a symbol of immense power partly because when you meditate for prolonged periods on it, you focus your attention on the area between you eyebrows which stimulates the pineal gland. This then increases the alpha brain wave activity(this fact is based on controlled EEG studies at Moscow University!). The Sri Yantra (amongst other forms of Pineal gland stimuli) and the Pineal gland complement and serve each other, and harnessing them in tandem could be the most important thing you ever do for your superhuman self!
Interesting Facts about the Pineal Gland:
* The pineal gland is formed at 49 days within the human embryo: the same time that Tibetans believe it takes for a soul to reincarnate. And the same amount of days that the human embryo becomes either male or female.
* In the ancient Vedic energy system of the chakras, the pineal gland is referred to as the ‘Ajna’ or ‘3rd Eye’ chakra. Modern studies reveal that the gland contains rods and cones – just like those found in the retina of your eyes! This is why when you visualize something strongly enough, you can literally see it “in your mind’s eye.”
*Your pineal gland receives more blood flow per cubic area than any other gland in your body. In other words, compared to all your other organs – including your lungs, your heart and your brain – this tiny little gland gets the highest concentration of energy. Hmm…
* Studies show your pineal gland secretes a substance called Dimethyltriptamine (DMT). The interesting thing about DMT is that it causes experiences which can take you well beyond common states of awareness. This is perhaps why the pineal gland is known in many cultures as the ‘Seat of the Soul’, the ‘Gateway to the Universe’, the ‘Mind’s Eye’ and the ‘Doorway to Higher Realms’.
* Your pineal gland is also important to your physical and mental health, and its wellbeing has been linked to memory, creativity, intuition and critical thinking skills. It is also sensitive to light and plays an important role in your sleep and waking cycles. When light strikes the retina of your eyes, it travels through a tiny nerve system and into the gland. When the lights go off, it sends a signal to the pineal gland to begin secreting melatonin, which activates your nervous system to go into sleep mode.