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The Flower of Life is a sacred symbol found within all major faiths of the world and even in the first vibratory patterns of the universe itself. In the archaic Egyptian Temple of Abydos, where most monotheistic faiths have their roots, the Flower of Life can be seen there. In Israel, the Flower of Life has also been found within the archaic synagogues of Mesada and of Galilee.
The components of the Flower of Life may even be found in the very first impressions of energy from the "Great Void" during the first stages of creation. All things materialize from the perfectly organized quantum energy patterns of the Supreme Being; all matter, all creation is the emanation of God. The Flower of Life, forever radiating a pattern of profound elegance and meaningful beauty, is considered to be the most sacred of all geometry symbols.
The Construction of the Flower of life
Several stages occurred in the creation of the Flower of Life, one of which was the Seed of Life (See the original article about the seed of life), which through the same kind of "vortex movement" became the Egg of Life (see figure 8 in the diagram below). In three (3) dimensions, it looks similar to figure 4. Because all the lengths between the spheres are the same as the lengths between the notes and half notes in the application of music, this design provides the foundation of all melodies.
The configuration of the third stage of cell division in the embryo is that of the Egg of Life. Each time a cell divides, it becomes two cells, which then divide into four, and then eight, etc. until a complete human organism emerges along with all the energy patterns, chakras, and spiritual bodies such as the Merkaba. When more and more spheres are added, one arrives at the design exhibited in figure 8a. This configuration is known as the Flower of Life.
The Flower of Life Contains a Secret Symbol
Within the Flower of Life, one can discover a secret design by selecting thirteen (13) spheres from the Flower of Life as illustrated in figure 8b. By drawing out these thirteen (13) circles, one finds the origin of everything, this sacred geometric symbol is known as the Fruit of Life. These thirteen (13) circles provide thirteen (13) systems of knowledge with each one illuminating a different facet of existence. All information regarding the human being to the island universes throughout the cosmos is available through these systems.
In the first system, for example, it's possible to create any molecular structure and any living cellular structure that exists in the universe. Any thriving cellular organism or molecular configuration in existence, for instance, could be constructed using information from the first system. In other words, all thriving beings.
Finding the Platonic Solids inside the Flower of Life
One arrives at the configuration seen in figure 8c, when one connects all the centers of the 13 spheres with a line. This shape is the Metatron Cube which contains the five Platonic solids. The five Platonic solids and all that can be constructed from them are the basis of all the designs in existence, such as the cellular patterns of all living organisms. By sketching the "Flower of Life" without some of its external spheres and inscribing two spheres around the inner spheres one arrives at a design resembling the internal and external sheafs of the ovum encompassing the embryonic cells.
The Flower of Life During the Reign of King Akhenaton
In Ancient Egypt, during the time of King Akhenaton (the Eighteenth Dynasty), the unique attributes of the Flower of Life were given out as lessons to others. Akhenaton created three branches of mysticism:
The Right Eye of Horus: Related to the left or "male" hemisphere of the cerebral cortex, which regulates reasoning, mathematics, distance determination, and the comprehension of geometric shapes and solids. The goal of this branch of mysticism was to show that Spirit lives within all things and can be found anywhere.
The Left Eye of Horus: Related to the right or "female" hemisphere of the cerebral cortex which regulates emotion and sensitivity.
The Middle Eye of Horus: Related to the experience of life itself. The goal of the three branches (schools) of learning was to emphasize the experience of the oneness of God within all things everywhere.
The ancient Egyptians exhibited advanced knowledge regarding the subject of dimensions. They also had a very serious and extensive understanding of the "fourth dimension" or the life beyond the physical. They actually used to visit the afterlife dimension through the astral projection of their spirits while their bodies remained in a cataleptic state within some of the chambers inside the Great Pyramids.
The natural abilty to connect with the afterlife dimension, which came from the advanced Atlantean culture, was lost during the obliteration of Atlantis. The final destruction of the civilization of Atlantis occurred when a comet hit the North American continent over 12900 years ago, resulting in the mass extinction of many species of mammals, and a melt-down of vast ice-caps and glaciers resulting in the sinking of the continent (or island?) of Atlantis which was already quite low (and perhaps surrounded by levies) to begin with.
Unfortunately, this huge loss resulted in the creation of a world much more physically oriented and bound to the satisfaction of the physical senses instead of spiritual realization. This great separation from the experience of our soul's true nature lead to the long reign of "good-evil" duality and materialism.
King Akhenaton, who may have been a messenger of the ascended masters, reawakened in his people, the ideals of monotheism which had been long lost to the distant past of the Atlantean culture. In the time of this pharaoh, they considered all the Egyptian gods simply as aspects of the one true God or the "Neter Neteru" beyond all phenomena and that which can be comprehended.
Their mythology became symbolic of the transformation of spiritual states and psychic realms and their religion taught the harmony and simplicity of oneness and monotheism. When King Akhenaton passed away, he left a heritage that became the origin of all the contemporary monotheistic beliefs.
One of the most widely known Sacred Geometry Symbols is the Tree of Life. Like the "Personal Creation" symbol, the "Tree of Life" also showed up as a crop circle near Barbury Castle. Go here for more information on the "Tree of Life" as a crop circle formation.
The sacred design of the Tree of Life symbol closely relates to the Jewish Kabbalah and has also existed in Ancient Egypt, over three thousand years ago. The Tree of Life design shows up in many locations throughout the spiritual cosmos. The Tree of Life design can be found in nature and has a connection to the Flower of Life.
Both the Tree of Life and the Seed of Life can be derived from the same source pattern: the Flower of Life. The Tree of Life comes from the centers of the spheres of the Flower of Life and the Seed of Life. (See figure 3 in the diagram on this page).
The thirty-two (32) paths containing the ten (10) sefirot and the twenty-two (22) paths they go through is represented by the Kabbalah Tree of Life. The descent of the divine spirit into the material world and ways to return to the divine spirit while still living in this world, can found in the Tree of Life. The Tree of Life is a diagram of the human mind, and of the systems of both manifest and non-manifest phenomenon. It is vital to know that the real quality of divinity is oneness or unity, and that the illusory life of separation exist only from the perspective of that which is externally manifested.
The designations and numerals of the ten (10) sefirot are listed in sequence below:
1 - Kether (Crown) or Kether Elyon (Supreme Crown)
2 - Chokmah (Wisdom)
3 - Binah (Understanding or Intelligence)
4 - Chesed (Mercy or Grace) or Gedullah (Greatness)
5 - Geburah (Severity or Power), Din (Judgement) or Pahad (Fear)
6 - Tifereth (Beauty) or Rahamim (Mercy)
7 - Netsach (Victory or Constancy)
8 - Hod (Glory or Majesty)
9 - Yesod (Foundation) or Tsedek (Justice)
10 - Malkuth (Kingdom) or Shekhinah (Divine Immanence)
Tree of Life and the Struggle Between Light and Darkness
The struggle between good and evil can be explained in the following symbolic parable that helps one to understand the vital significance of the Tree of Life:
The duality of creation or our apparent separation from God, the Creator occurred because one of the most magnificent and powerful principles or angels of natural creation invented a false reality, void of the perception and will of God. This angel was called Satan (or Lucifer meaning "the bright and shining one" because he was the most brilliant angel ever) knew all of creation's secrets and all about the Flower of Life.
He spun the design of the Egg of Life into a perspective different than God's intended "star tetrahedron" point of view which can be found in the Flower of Life, thereby altering humanity's perception of reality. Instead of following the will of God, Satan duplicated his own process of creation from the great void over and over again throughout the universe.
In place of duplicating the Divine plan of creation and manifesting the Seed of Life structure and producing one sphere at a time in a spinning vortex, he divided spirit into two perspectives, making two centers (see figure 2-2C on this page) instead of one centered in God.
Satan is simply the evolutionary principle of nature acting out its plan of destruction and Darwinian competition through the evolutionary brain or ego, that separates one's sense of self from God (absolute freedom, wisdom, joy and love) and keeps the soul tied to fear, suffering, lust, addictions, attachements, and all the other physical limitations of the body.
The Difference Between Light and Darkness
Satan's creation process went on throughout the universe like cell division but with a tendency toward the kind of entropy, disease, aging, and chaos typical of the physical world and without the "vortex motion" of manifesting one sphere at a time. This process is only a counterfeit of God's method of manifestation which can be seen (for example) in embryonic cell division which creates pristine organization during mitosis throughout the various levels of maturation. Light is God's laws of creation, wisdom, and perfect organization, while Darkness is chaos, disease, ignorance, suffering and death.
The Tragic Illusion of Separation
This principle of nature created the perspective of separation from the infinite love and joy of God and from the realization that we are infinitely powerful spiritual beings having a physical human incarnation experience.
This version of reality is a tragic illusion, because if not endless confusion, endless searching and suffering is the fate of anyone separated from the reality of Sprit and the Oneness of all life. As long as one does not fully understand the unity between one's sense of self and all the events of one's life, one will experience reality as good and evil.
The Tree of Life in Contrast to the Tree of Knowledge
The Tree of Life (God's original creation that "thou mayest freely eat") and the Tree of Knowledge (Satan's invention) are described in the Old Testament:
And the LORD God commanded the man, saying, Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat:
But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die. Genesis 2:16-17 (King James Version)
One cannot inscribe the Tree of Life on Satan's counterfeit flower of life, because they do not match.
The Tree of Life Pendant
The key to God's intended creation (God's will) is symbolized in the sacred Tree of Life pendant. The design of the Tree of Life pendant perfectly matches key points within The Flower of Life and the Seed of Life. Because each of the above patterns create a perfect match, they can all be used as symbols of love and unity. God's will for all is everlasting unconditional love. God's intention is to make possible real fulfillment of one's destiny and true potential.
THE MERKABA - An Effective Instrument for Rejuvenation and Spiritual Evolution
How Does One Define the Merkaba?
One needs to know about the stream of prana and pranic patterns of vibration that encompass the person, if one is to understand the Merkaba. The primary explanation is that the flow of energy or Chi, which constitutes the life force, is a ubiquitous field of prana that saturates everything in creation in huge amounts. There is a gap in the skull bone at the top of the head of the unborn fetus which is supposedly a way in which more prana can enter into the new body. A current or stream of life force energy runs all the way up through and beyond the midsection of the spine like a pipe, feeding into eight major energy centers or chakras. The Indian word, "Chakra" is Sanskrit for "spinning circle" because of the way these chakras appear. The ancient Egyptians said the human being contains thirteen (13) energy centers, "wheels" or chakras.
Meridians or lines of energy branch out from the chakras into every cell of the body. The body is encompassed by a field of energy or auric field which is an effect of the line of energy (meridians) throughout the body. Our ideas and sentiments affect the hues and colors of this oval-formed energy pattern that encompasses the body. In addition to the auric energy pattern that emits from the body, there are countless bioelectric fields which consist of exact geometric patterns such as the star tetrahedron which is like the Star of David except in three dimensions.
An ancient Pranayam or breathing exercise can be used to spin two of the three tetrahedron energy patterns in diametrically opposed directions which would produce a massive seventeen (17) meter auric pattern, or luminous vessel, the Merkaba.
Merkaba for Vitality and Centeredness
Benefits of utilizing the Merkaba may vary a great deal. It can be used for protection and cell regeneration. The age-old Pranayam can recover the flow of energy through the center of the brain where the pineal gland resides. Having been nearly inactive for 13 millennia, one's remote viewing, mind-reading, and other psychic abilities can be enhanced by the renewed utilization of the pineal gland.
The integration of the right and left hemispheres of the cerebral cortex can be enhanced and harmonized by the Merkaba. Typically, only five to ten percent of the brain is used. One's subtle sensory and intellectual abilities can be improved by this exercise. A higher range of mental awareness and deeper spiritual experience can be acquired through the use of the Merkaba.
The Merkaba can help others and ourselves find wholeness through genuine love. It provides the means of materializing any type of balanced and peaceful life we want. Only the limits of one's mind affect the ways and degree to which the Merkaba can be set up to do anything. The Merkaba can be utilized for transcending into higher realms. Various sources of the Merkaba such as from the Kabbalah, the Bible, and the customary Tarot decks that were restrained for centuries are now being resurrected and appearing everywhere.
A compelling design and memento of the tremendous power, rejuvenating effects, and psychic shielding qualities of the Merkaba can be enjoyed in the wearing of the Merkaba pendant.
"Meditate on the symbols I give thee. Keys are they, though hidden from men."
This meditation came to me three years ago during a Merkaba meditation session. The story of the meditation came about with an enigma that is connected to Sefer Yetzira, to the Merkaba meditation or the kabalistic seven gates meditation, the Sefer Hazohar by Rabbi Shimeon bar Yochai, and the jewelry that I design.
The meditation itself is an excellent tool for any kind of manifestation both spiritual and physical. When you start this meditation you have to keep in mind that the true nature of creation is unconditional love (I have separated myself from myself so that I will be able to love myself). Do not try to use this meditation in order to gain something for yourself alone. Remember all is one and everything is in its own perfection inside the whole.
So Let's Begin...
Start with a meditation (I use the Merkaba meditation) and let your thoughts dissolve and disappear. Then place yourself in an empty endless void. Now place your wish or goal in this void and turn it into a bright shining white Spark in the endless void, creating an axis from this spark-up and down. The next step is to create another axis at the same length as the first one, this time create it from the middle of the first axis, where the first spark is and pull it backward and forward. The next step is to create another axis from the middle to the left and to the right, and then connect all the end points of the axis to each other.
The structure you'll create is an octahedron, a double pyramid. If you know Sacred Geometry, then you are probably familiar with the five Platonic solids. These five elements are the basic foundation for every structure in existence. One of them, the Octahedron (the double pyramid) is the basic foundation for the three dimensions.
The next step is to rotate the octahedron on each one of the axis. This will turn the octahedron to a sphere. At this point, in order to bring our idea to life we will repeat the process of the embryo cell division. Keep in mind that the secret of creation is the one who separated itself from itself. Everything beyond this false reality is one, however this one separated itself into a multitude of beings, therefore creation always starts with division. That is the reason the first chapter of genesis starts with the Hebrew letter "Beit" which equals 2.
So the next thing we will do is to divide the sphere into two spheres, in two dimensions it will be the Vesica Pisces, the two circles crossing each other in the middle, the symbol of the first day of creation and the symbol of light. The next step is to divide these two cells to four; place three spheres at the base and one at the top so that you will create a tetrahedron, the four-facets structure that symbolizes the four faces of God.
The next division (the third) will create the eight cells structure of the Egg of Life.
If you will connect all the middle points of the spheres you will get a three dimensional Star of David. This eight cell structure contains the secrets of the musical scales which are the keys to the different dimensions. This structure contains the infinite potential of every living creature.
At this point there is a perfect balance of both masculine and feminine forces that is the point of balance. It is also connected to the structure of the Cube octahedron which contains all the five Platonic structures.
From this point all you have to is to multiply the 8 to 16 (just focus on the numbers), the 16 to 32 ,the 32 to 64,the 64 to 128, the 128 to 256 and the 256 to 512.
Every multi cell living creature starts to wear its own unique form. Now say the Hebrew word "Chai", alive, and know, feel and believe that your thoughts taken here are already formed in the higher planes of existence.
I used this after I studied sacred geometry, and to my surprise I found out the next description of the beginning of creation from the Ancient kabala book "Sefer Hayetzira" (the Book of Creation):
"He (God) selected three letters from among the simple ones and sealed them and formed them into a Great Name,
I H V, and with this He sealed the universe in six directions.
Fifth; He looked above, and sealed the Height with I H V.
Sixth; He looked below, and sealed the Depth with I V H.
Seventh; He looked forward, and sealed the East with H I V.
Eighth; He looked backward, and sealed the West with H V I.
Ninth; He looked to the right, and sealed the South with V I H.
Tenth; He looked to the left, and sealed the North with V H I.
Behold! From the Ten ineffable Sephiroth do, proceed the One Spirit of the Gods of the living, Air, Water, Fire; and also Height, Depth, East, West, South and North."
Merkaba Meditation and the Cosmic Language
Here are some interesting things that I've discovered. At one point when I came up to the end of the meditation I saw the Hebrew letters "Reish," "Sheen," "Beit" and "Yood." At first I didn't get it, but a short calculation brought up the number 512. The name Rashbi is the name of Rabi Shimeon Bar Yochai who is considered to be the author of the "Zohar." When I checked it out I've found a quote from an ancient kabalistic book from the 11th century which is called "The writings Of the Temples and The Merkaba."
It deals with the higher planes of existence and "The Seven Palaces" with the different guardian angels standing on each gate and so on. On the seventh palace the traveler will see the four Serafim with the four faces lion, bull, eagle and man. Then he will see 64 faces, 128 eyes and 256 wings before he will watch the throne of God.
If you will look and count the steps you've just made in the meditation from the four cells or the tetrahedron point you will see that it takes seven steps to go to 512!
The book goes on and says that if the traveler's soul is pure enough he will enter the seventh gate and stand before the throne. What I've discovered is that the meditation opened a path to a flow of knowledge that appears as a cosmic language, that can be found in symbols and "hints" in the everyday aspects of life. Two months later, I have created the Genesa Crystal pendant.
Merkaba from the Biblical Prophet
Now this whole theme describes the Vision of The Merkaba from the biblical prophet Yehezkel and the structure of the cube octahedron represents the "Ofanim," the wheels within wheels that create the Merkaba.
The ascension of the Messiah, eight millennia into the future is depicted in the amazing science fiction story called "Dune" written by Frank Herbert. The power of being able to exist in two places simultaneously is called in ancient Kabbalah, "qfitzat haderech." This same term was used by Herbert in "Dune" to describe the Messiah, whose rise to power and the world he existed in was depicted in elaborate detail. Because Herbert was such an expert in many subjects including ecology, psychology and eastern philosophies, his ability to conjure up an imense and highly detailed reality was quite remarkable. His work was also filled with wisdom and spiritual truths that could really help the truth seeker on his path to higher consciousness.
The hero of the book, Paul Atreides, goes through a sequence of transformation into higher states of spiritual awareness and cosmic consciousness while acknowledging our transcendent self that dwells in all beings.
The hidden formula of genuine spiritual enlightenment is supposedly found in one of the phrases in the book, which is: "that which submits rules." All phenomena in the universe come from one creative force, or one power or energy. The spiritual aspirant, through certain practices, becomes unified with this cosmic force by slowly peeling away his false identity or ego and his attachments to materialism. Eventually, the aspirant fawakens to being fully aware of the entire universe every moment in time.
Genuine consciousness of all the events in the cosmos is the result of the awakened being's understanding and encounters with universal completion. Awakening to the "oneness" that underlies all reality, allows one to experience faculties, clairvoyance, and insight far beyond the common individual still mired in the world of materialism and ego.
Transformation of Paul Atreides
Paul Muad'Dib (Paul Atreides), the leading protagonist of the novel, provides the role model of an advanced level individual transformed and in tune with the greater good. After he was accepted by the Fremen as one of their own, Paul Atreides adopted the name "Muad'Dib" After Paul drinks the "Water of Life" the transformation into the "Kwizatz Haderach" is accomplished. The "Kwizatz Haderach" is a person who can transcend the duality (male and female aspects) of the phenomenal world and find unity with the "oneness" of the great void beyond the relative realms of time and causation. "Kwizatz Haderach" comes from the Kabbalah phrase, "qfitzat haderech" or "short cut" which alludes to the ability of bilocation or capacity to exist simultaneously in multiple locations.
Was Dune a Prediction of the Future?
Many similarities to major events in the Middle East after 2001 and up to 2008 were found in this novel which was written in the early 1960s. Interestingly enough, the dedication of the book read: "Those whose actions differ from the realm of ideas to the kingdom of solid reality. To the ecologists of the desert plains, whoever they may be, in each generation, to them I dedicate this experiment in predicting the future with humility and admiration."
The U.S.S.R and the U.S.A. were the main superpowers at the time of the creation of this novel. However, the author foresaw the rising power of the Jihad and Islamic extremism taking over the civilized world. Many uncanny similarities to Gulf War events after 2001 can be found. The Caesar who is defeated in the novel is called, "Shaddam" (very similar to "Saddam"). "Arrakis" (which sounds rather like "Iraq") is the world where the battle for the "Spice m'lange" (oil) occurs. Although a part of the Iraqi Insurgency, there was the ascension of the young Shi'ite leader of the Jaysh al-Mahdi militia (Mahdi Army) in Baghdad and Sothern Iraq from 2003 to 2008 whose followers call the "Mahdi."
In the novel, which contains many Muslim names, Paul is also called the "Mahdi" which is the Muslim Messiah. According to Shia and Sunni Muslims, the Mahdi is the prophesied redeemer of Islam who will remain on Earth for several years preceding the Day of Judgment and, alongside Jesus, will rid the world of wrongdoing, injustice and tyranny.
Dune Ring Engraving - That Which Submits Rules
"He who surrenders rules" is engraved in Hebrew on the Dune ring. According to Judaism in the ancient Gemmara, there is a story where the Creator, during the time he gave the Ten Commandments to Moses, also revealed future events. Moses was shown an individual named Rabbi Akiva who will be given the key to the mystery of the "Tagim" or crowns which are the fine marks protruding from the tops of the Hebrew letters in the Torah Scrolls. Noticing the humility and purity of Rabbi Akiva, Moses asked the Creator to give the Commandments to Rabbi Akiva. The response from the Creator was to "keep silent - rise within the thought." As explained in the Gemmara, the word "keep silent" in ancient Hebrew doesn't mean "shut up!" it really means "cancel yourself." The Creator meant Moses was to transcend himself and become one with the Cosmic Thought.
Components of the Dune Ring
The insignia of the House of Atreides is the hawk that shows up in the center of the Dune ring. The "Qwitzat Haderach" is derived from the House of Atreides. The hawk symbolizes the transcendent oversoul who contains the universal conception of all events (the big picture) along with the comprehension of the "Cosmic Thought."
The blackened exterior of the Dune ring is decorated with green emerald stones which represent the black and green flag of the House of Atreides. Compassion and the heart center energy vortex is also represented by the green emerald. The Arabic engraving on the Dune ring, "lisan il gayeb" meaning "The language of the one who came" is a variation of the Arabic nickname of Paul Atreides. The Hebrew lettering "hanichna hoo hasholet" or "That which submits rules," engraved on the ring, came from the Dead Sea scrolls.
The Dune Pendant
The Hebrew words inscribed on the Dune pendant when translated means, "from the waters shall come all life." The water jewelry worn by the natives of the desert planet Arrakis inspired the design of the Dune pendant.
The Dune pendant is actually a sealed vessel containing spiritually energized water! The higher energy resonance of the water may have an initial effect on the wearer until the person gets used to the elevated vibration of the Dune pendant. The molecular secret of water, shared by many of the world's religions, is also imparted by the pendant. The key to all life in the cosmos is inherent within the triangular structure of the water molecules found inside the Dune pendant.
In Frank Herbert's novel the native people of Dune (where everywhere was extremely arid) revered water as being the key to all life in the universe, and was valued so greatly, it was proudly displayed on their bodies like a treasured gemstone.
The symbol of the Vesica Pisces (Piscis) looks like two overlapping circles and represents the formation of the Prime Radiant or very first particle resulting from the first act of creation which was the first separation from the Great Oneness. The actual nature of all reality is oneness or the one true or original Substance of all reality which we experience every day outside ourselves as space and within our selves as consciousness. From this universal space which contains all dimensions, comes all things. The first separation from our true Self resulted in an endless vibration as the oneness (now separated into "twoness") tries to go back into itself and instead only intercepts at its original point of separation temporarily, and swings back through itself the other way like a pendulum, except more like a vibrating string or membrane as in "Membrane Theory."
This first act of separation instantly repeats itself endlessly becoming universalized and infinitely complex, resulting in all creation as we know it -- full of vast quantities of energy in all manner of forms and dimensions. All it really is, is our great One Self vibrating or expanding out from its own origin and expressing itself in all manner of ways but starting out as quantum or zero-point energy. Energy is created by our observation of it, because consciousness separating from itself is the actual source of this universal energy. As soon as separation consciousness stops, and Oneness prevails, then all things cease to exist except in an state of perfect equilibrium, stillness or perfect order. The point of balance (equilibrium) between all states of vibration is this state of perfect stillness or potential of creation that lies beyond the visible horizon of the universe. Wherever the waves of electromagnetic radiation cancel each other out is where the one substance of all space is in greater equilibrium.
How the Vesica Pisces Explains the Arrow of Time
The Vesica Pisces is two circles overlapping one another each representing a spontaneous dimensional expansion out of its original state of the Oneness as represented by the original circle. As the observer observes (or becomes "aware" of itself through spontaneous dimensional expansion) a very significant event occurs that establishes the permanent arrow of time created by the polarity of the observer and the observed because one must always follow the other in a very definite sequence. The Observer (God) always comes first, followed by the observed (Creation), and coincidentally, the two "O's" in the Vesica Pisces are like overlapping initials "O.O." standing for both the Observer and the Observed.
Time therefore always goes forward in this sequence of the "oneness" followed by the "twoness" (duality of the observer and observed) creating a universal polarity of space, all logical sequences, the thermodynamic arrow of time, and the universal order of creation itself. This is why time (the universal flow of energy) never goes backward, and why time is basically asymmetric and not always symmetric, why there is more matter than antimatter, and why the whole universe is always expanding and never contracting.
The universal vibration started by the original separation from the Oneness is so intense that it causes all space to have an ever-expanding sub-atomic quantum energy texture or pattern which sustains all things in creation. Atoms could not be sustained without this quantum energy, the electrons vibrating around every atom would simply collapse into the nucleus, which in turn (being a vibration of the quantum texture of space) would dissipate into nothing. All living organisms, including the human form are sustained by this cosmic (dark) energy. Because it is so ubiquitous, ultra fine, and constant, materialistic scientists don't fully grasp the extent to which it does and can sustain human life. Some people claim to live entirely without food and live on this universal energy instead.
Consciousness, the thermodynamic arrow of time, quantum (or zero point) energy, and what many religions term "God" "Shakti" "Prana" "Chi" "Om" the "Shabd" the "Holy Spirit" and the cosmological "dark energy" causing the vast expansion of the universe, are all various aspects or definitions of roughly the same quality. Like the overlapping circles of the Vesica Pisces, many of the above concepts and phenomena actually overlap one another as almost being, if not entirely being, one and the same phenomenon.
Whole Essence of the Universe and Root of all Sacred Geometry
God was symbolized as a circle in the earliest cultures, having no beginning or end, eternally existing, perfectly shaped and absolutely symmetrical. The creation of a second circle symbolized the start of the duality of god and goddess, male and female. When two circles intersect, the form of the Vesica Pisces is created as if the god and goddess formed a divine offspring. The Vesica Pisces design and its offshoots, the Flower of Life, Tree of Life, and fundamentals of geometry, go back thousands of years preceding nearly all of today's major religions.
There are various meanings ascribed the Vesica Pisces, which is basically the intersection of two, overlapping spheres; such as the union of heaven and Earth in the body of Christ, the root element of the Flower of Life, the merging of God and Goddess, the vagina of the female goddess, the first pattern at the basis of all trigonometric configurations, square roots and harmonic dimensions; a source of great power and vitality, and as an overlying template that intersects with all the points on the Tree of Life. The Tree of Life, Flower of Life, and the Seed of Life overlap perfectly, with the Vesica Pisces providing all of the elements of the Flower of Life and all the coordinates for the Tree of Life.
The Vesica Pisces represents the Pythagorean "measure of the fish" or mystical conjunction of the spiritual world with the physical world and, with one end extended to look like the tail of a fish, was used as a simple "fish" symbol for the early Christian faith. The Vesica Pisces also symbolizes the miracle of the fishes. Amazingly, the Gospel of John (21:11) reveals the numerical formula, "153" found in one of the mathematical ratios (265:153 = 1.7320261...) for the Vesica Pisces: "Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full of great fishes, an hundred and fifty and three: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken." Go here for more information regarding the Vesica Pisces and its relationship to the number of fish caught in Chapter 21 of the Gospel of John.
The Vesica Pisces is one of the most important geometrical designs of archaic and modern times. The Vesica Pisces can be found on nearly every medieval church in Europe. Many of these churches were devoted to the Virgin Mary or to Mary Magdalene, in other words, the goddess. In northern France, some of the churches are located in such a way as to resemble the locations of stars in the constellation Virgo.
The Chapel of St. Mary, located In Glastonbury (also called Avalon, the island of the Goddess), England, is decorated with the Vesica Pisces. In that area, there is a "goddess' garden" containing the Chalice Well decorated with a "Vesica Pisces" iron grid and a garden pond shaped like two overlapping circles. Many of the religions who acknowledge the importance and energy of the goddess, use the Vesica Pisces to identify her.
In geometry, the ratio of the width of the Vesica Pisces to its height is the square root of 3, or 1.7320508... Also two equilateral triangles join along the edge where straight lines are drawn connecting the centers of the two overlapping circles with each other. The square roots of three of the first digits of the Fibonacci Numbers, 2, 3, and 5, can be geometrically determined using the shape of the Vesica Pisces. The ratios 265:153 = 1.7320261... and 1351:780 = 1.7320513... are two of a series of approximations as close as one can get to the actual square root of 3, and no greater similarity in value can be obtained with smaller whole numbers.
Many crop circles have also appeared in England consisting of or containing the Vesica Pisces design in various ways. In a 1996 crop circle with the shape of the Vesica Pisces, a terrific surge of energy could be felt while walking into the center portion where the two circles overlapped.
The Design of the Vesica Pisces Pendant
The design of the Vesica Pisces pendant (see image below) contains the two angels (the "Cherubim") that sat on top of the Ark of the Covenant, each holding the overlapping circles of the Vesica Pisces. There is an inscription on each side of the pendant: one is "Tohu Va Vohu" (motion followed by stillness) and on the other side it says, "eheye asher eheye" or "I am becoming what I am becoming."
"Tohu Va Vohu" - Motion Followed by Stillness
In the first sentence of the Old Testament it states, "Bereshit bara elohim et hashamaim veet haaretz vehaaretz haita tohu va vohu vechoshech al pney tehom" or, "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep."
The book of Genesis states that in the beginning, God created the earth and the sky and that the earth was "Tohu Va Vohu" (darkness upon the void). Most people understood the Hebrew phrase, "Tohu Va Vohu" to mean complete disorder. However, it is written that "the land was darkness upon the void" and void or emptiness, which is nothing, can't possibly be in a state of chaos or disorder.
The mystery can be solved when one looks deeply within the phrase "Tohu Va Vohu" and how it sounds. By saying the phrase, "Tohu Va Vohu" over and over, it rhymes with itself, creating "movement then rest." Also, the initials for "Tohu Va Vohu" spell out "TAV" which is the Hebrew word for a musical note. In turn, "TAV" is also the initials for "Tenooaa Vemenooch" which means movement and rest in Hebrew.
The composition of matter can be broken down into atomic structures which in turn are made from quantum particles or fields of energy (depending on how they are measured) and these waves or energy fields vibrate at immense speeds of various notes or frequencies.
All Things Vibrate at Certain Frequencies
Vibration is a universal phenomenon which by definition is a motion that repeats itself at various frequencies, notes, or oscillations per second, per hour, or per year, etc. The ocean for instance is constantly "oscillating" as wave after wave hits the shoreline. Sound is a much higher oscillation of the atmosphere ranging from one to millions of vibrations per second. Light is the electromagnetic vibration of the very geometry of space itself, which can carry far higher and finer frequencies than sound: up to billions of oscillations per second. Matter itself is made of this vibrational "substance" without which nothing can exist. Therefore all things are made up of vibration and therefore must have some kind of frequency or pattern to it.
"Vayomer" or "God said"
In a sense, God created a sound or "spoke" all things into existence, which are made up of finely tuned vibrational frequencies of light. For this reason, one calls the things around oneself, "dvarim" which means "things" and is derived from the Hebrew, "deebur" which means to verbalize. "Dvarim" also means "things that were spoken." The Hebrew, "Vayomer" means "God said."
Two significant sacred geometry designs, the Fibonacci spiral and the golden mean (phi) spiral are combined to create the Golden Spiral pattern. In 1999, a spiral-shaped crop circle appeared in an English wheat field that was designated the "Hackpen Hill Formation." The Golden Spiral pendant (shown below) was based on that crop circle design.
PHI - The Geometric Blueprint for Life
Because the digits utterly go on forever without reoccurring, there is no mathematical solution to Phi. The unique thing about this number is that it can be found incorporated in all known organic structures. The universal design of the golden mean seems to be a geometrical blueprint for life itself. Phi can be seen in all biological configurations such as the seed pattern of a sunflower, the spiral pattern of a sea shell, the proportions of human and animal skeletons, and in the patterns of certain types of cactus plants. This value was known by Plato as being "the key to the physics of the cosmos." Phi is approximately 1.6180339+..., yet it's entire sequence cannot be worked out arithmetically, Phi can be easily obtained with a compass and straightedge.
How to Determine the Golden Mean
The Golden Section can be found in two fairly straightforward ways:
Method one: If you take two equal squares, side by side, (a 1x2 rectangle), divide one of the squares in half, and with a compass, swing the diagonal down to the base of the other square, the point where the diagonal touches the base will be phi, or 1.6180339+, in relation to the side of the square, which is 1 (This formula also describes exactly the rectangular floor of the King's Chamber).
Method two: The other method of determining the Golden Section is by dividing a line segment, AB, at a point C, in such a way that the whole line is longer than the first part in the same proportion as the first part being longer than the remainder. AB/AC = AC/CB = 1.6180339 (notice the fractal and holographic nature of this ratio...).
The Golden Mean in Art and Architecture
The Golden Mean number can often be found in many forms of art, in symbols of religion, and in architecture. The golden mean is usually seen in the paintings of Da Vinci and Kandinsky. Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Guggenheim Museum like a shell. Whatever exhibits the golden mean measurements, whether it be a face, a work of art or a building, people will tend to find it quite elegant. "Whoever cultivates the golden mean, avoids both the poverty of a hovel and the envy of a palace." --Ancient Roman poet
The Phi ratio can be recognized in the composition of the Great Pyramid in the triangle created by the height, half-base, and the apothem, or diagonal. The Golden Section can be found in the main cross-section of the structure. If the half-base is given a value of 1, this gives the value of phi for the apothem, and the square root of Phi for the height. The Golden Section can be found to show up repeatedly in Giza and in much more mysterious and exhausting ways. There are many publications (entire volumes of diagrams and written material) available regarding the geometries involved in the pyramid's construction. In addition to the above proportional relationships, photographs from the air reveal that each of the center points of the pyramids at Giza precisely line up in a way that defines a Fibonacci spiral.
How the Fibonacci Sequence Relates to Phi, the Proportion of the Golden Spiral
The Fibonacci sequence is a progression of numbers that have a highly relevant correlation with Phi. Leonardo Fibonacci (1170-1250), an Italian mathematician from the Middle Ages, first discovered this progression while trying to understand the growth patterns of plants. This progression is: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,89,144,233, etc., which is created by combining the previous two figures of the progression to get the succeeding number, for example: 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 2+3=5, 3+5=8, 5+8=13, etc.
How does this progression of numbers relate to Phi? By dividing the next number with the previous number, and the further down along the succession one gets, one arrives closer and closer to the hypothetical number of Phi which is best described as: "1.6180339+..." For example: 1/1=1 2\1=2 3\2=1.5 5\3=1.66 13/8=1.625 21/13=1.615 34\21=1.619 55\34=1.617 89\55=1.6181 ... Phi, or "1.6180339+..." can never be arrived at exactly, because it cannot be solved mathematically, instead it only approaches closer and closer to an infinite sequence of numbers looking more and more like this: "1.618 033 988 749 894 848 204 586 834 365 638 117 720 309 179 805 7+..." Go here to see what Phi looks like at 2000 decimal places and here for 10,000 decimal places at the Golden Section ratio: Phi website.
The Fibonacci Spiral is a graph of the Fibonacci procession of numbers in the shape of a spiral.
This spiral is nearly the same as the diagram of the logarithmic spiral of the Phi ratio, or the Golden Mean Spiral. The Fibonacci spiral is based on a whole number equivalent of the arithmetically impossible Golden Mean spiral, which has no start or finish, while the the Fibonacci spiral has an obvious beginning.
That which is below is from that which is above, working the miracles of one.
(Emerald tablet of Hermes)
Many spiritual concepts that have long been a part of sacred geometry are consummated in the Mobius ring. A Mobius strip can be created from cutting out an eleven (11") inch long by one (1") inch wide strip of paper from a standard (8.5") by (11") inch sheet. Twist one end one-half (1/2) a turn and then join the two ends together. What you end up with is a ring that has only one side, and you can prove this by drawing a line all the way along the one side and you will finish up on the same side where you started the line in the first place.
Knowing that there is no distinction between the inside and outside of the ring, but only one, long, continuous side, one can realize the oneness in all things and that God created everything from Himself, never from something other than or different from Himself. Materialistic thinkers, under the illusion of separation, tend to not be aware of the one energy behind all creation, and therefore remain under the sway of good and evil.
What Happens When You Cut all the Way around the Middle of the Mobius Strip?
Cut along the middle of the Mobius strip all along the same path as the line you drew along the center. Instead of getting two strips, you will end up with a much longer strip that twists itself into an infinity symbol! This again illustrates the illusion of separateness, and all that appears to be outside one's self, is really the same thing as that which is within you. You (the observer) and the observed infinite universe all around and about you, are actually two sides of the same thing, only viewed from a different angle!
Cut along the Mobius Strip a Third Time!
Try cutting along the middle of the strip a third time and see what happens. This time, if you cut all the way around, instead of along the center and for symbolic purposes, cut two-thirds (2/3) over to the side so that one side is one-third (1/3) wide and the other side is two-thirds (2/3) of the original thickness, you end up with two (2) separate thinner loops, yet interlocked with each other that look like two (2) infinity symbols, one thinner than the other, both having the same length of the original infinity symbol.
What does all this mean? The broader ring would stand for the infinity of the Creator, or the unmanifested Infinite Father, beyond space and time. The thinner ring, effortlessly and perfectly aligned with the broader ring, stands for the manifested creation itself along with all its creatures and other living things, which is in itself quite vast and endless, but not quite as strong as the infinity of the Creator Himself!
I (Shaktivirya) never imagined so much cosmic meaning and spiritual insight could be found within the Mobius ring! What a profoundly significant design by David Weitzman in either gold or silver to help remind us of who we truly are.
The idea of an interconnecting global energy pattern is not entirely a new concept. In Plato's compendium, Timaeus, he explained that this pattern or grid is "The ideal body of cosmos" and is the synthesis of the platonic solids. As an outflow of creation, the five platonic solids make up the grid that surrounded the Earth. According to Plato, the primary configuration of the planet proceeded in transformation from basic geometric shapes into more complicated shapes. The Tetrahedron, the Hexahedron or cube, the Octahedron, the Dodecahedron and the Icosahedrons (in order of increasing number of sides) are the five shapes that created the elements of the the crystalline matrix.
In the science of sacred geometry, the Platonic Solids were envisioned to be the basic elements of the cosmos. The only forms who's apexes are known to consistently intersect or touch the inner surface of a sphere are the Platonic Solids. Many civilizations accepted these forms as being quite sacred.
The Design of the Christ Consciousness Pendant
The dodecahedron (12 five-sided facets) and the icosahedrons (20 triangles) are the two Platonic Solids combined to create the design of the Christ Consciousness pendant. The design of the Christ Consciousness pendant is based on the third level (Christ) consciousness grid of the human race. The Christ Consciousness grid is a bioplasmic field of united human consciousness that encompasses the planet. The idea of a collective human consciousness is fairly well known, and this concept is based on the underlying principles related to chromosomes and Jungian theory. Some of the ideas behind this concept have been further developed through the teachings of Drunvalo Melchizadek.
How an Experiment with the Christ Consciousness Pendant Seemed to Halt the Jerusalem 2001 Bombing
In 2001, in a certain part of Jerusalem, many bombings took place. During that time, someone visited David to see his jewelry designs. There was one design he very much fell in love with, it was, of course, the Christ Consciousness pendant! He sensed it strongly emanated agreeable and peaceful qualities. He had an interesting idea, suggesting to David to try an experiment, and distributed thirty Christ Consciousness pendants everywhere around Jerusalem. On that same day, the bombing came to an end!
THE ENNEAGRAM - "Three is the mystery, come from the great one. Hear, and Light on thee will dawn."
How Gurdjieff Used the Enneagram Design to Achieve Higher Consciousness
Being one of the most archaic universal designs, the Enneagram exists throughout the globe. Its huge acceptance is partially caused by George Gurdjieff's utilization of this design to characterize psychological and spiritual human patterns based on nine "prototypes" represented in the nine connected points around the edge of the "Enneagram of personality." Gurdjieff stated that individuals are unable to experience true awareness in their present condition as they do not have complete consciousness of all aspects of their true nature. Instead they tend to live in a hypnotic "waking sleep."
"Man lives his life in sleep, and in sleep he dies." Everyone, because of this level of consciousness, sees things in a totally prejudicial way, and that wars would not be possible if people were more awake. Gurdjieff claimed that instead of existing as "unconscious automatons" one can fully awaken to become a much more complete human being through the careful understanding of all one's traits via the Enneagram. However, the significance of the Enneagram even goes much deeper than these or similar concepts.
Enneagram - Three Aspects that Come from the Oneness
As noticed in other symbolic designs such as the Mobius strip, the Gordian knot and the Vesica pisces pendant, the concept of "unity" or "oneness" always seems to have a "tri-unity" or three aspects that closely relate to it. The conventional design of the Enneagram was changed by the designer so that the bottom points are connected thus creating three complete overlapping triangles instead of leaving an open gap at the bottom. This alteration was done in order to enlarge upon the concept of the three aspects of existence, neutral, positive, and negative which are represented by the three triangles of the Enneagram.
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From both a mystical and analytical direction of approach, the concepts of sacred geometry has always been quite interesting. Sometimes, those interested in one aspect of sacred geometry would attempt to invalidate those studying another aspect of it. Regardless of whether sacred geometry be used for scientific reasons or mystical enrichment, it can be quite mind-blowing with all its amazingly intelligent and universal interrelationships, mathematical and coincidental designs of precision.
What is the Definition of Sacred Geometry?
There are two ways that sacred geometry can be understood, one from the academic perspective, and another from the spiritual perspective.
The analytical or academic way to define sacred geometry involves the study of the mathematics and calculations discovered within the geometric forms themselves. Much of the geometry discovered seems to happen naturally because they can be found in many living forms and as a result of the laws of nature, such as hurricane patterns and galactic spirals.
The mystical concepts and use of sacred geometry transcend the scientific and analytical formulas through direct conscious realization of these shapes. By visualizing certain three-dimensional shapes, especially moving ones (thereby adding a fourth dimension) greatly expands one's consciousness. Use of mandalas in meditation, for example, can lead one to a direct intuitive experience of what the shape actually means universally and in a non-analytical way. Much satisfaction and purpose can come from understanding the designs of creation through the use of sacred geometry.
To fully enjoy the beautiful designs and patterns of sacred geometry, one does not have to be scientist or expert in mathematics. For the average individual who does not concern himself with any particular approach to this subject, sacred geometry can still be appreciated as an art form.
The ancient Egyptian "Ka" is the idea of the soul or essence of life that abides within the living human being and is absent in the dead person. When the ka completely vacates the physical form, death is the result. The Egyptians knew that nourishment and fluids sustained the ka. As a result of this idea, offerings of food and drink were presented to the dead. The ka is the essence of the individual said to live on in the afterlife.
The KA Bracelet
Certain aspects of the Emerald Tablets and the traditions of Ancient Egypt are included in the KA Bracelet. The KA Bracelet contains the lotus flower, representing the cycle of birth and death by virtue of the fact that the lotus flower stays on the top of the water during the day while it goes beneath the surface of the water under the sheath of darkness from dusk to dawn.
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The Flower of Life can be found in all the major religions of the world. In Egypt, whose tradition many people believe is the source of all the monotheistic religions, the "Flower of Life", can be found in the ancient Temple of Abydos. In Israel, you can find it in the ancient synagogues of the Galilee and in Mesada. Go here to learn more.
The SriYantra Penadant: The structure of the SriYantra pendant is one that provides abundance, beauty, and balance between male and female and between spiritual and material. Yantra is a mystical hindu concept that describes a structure or diagram used to balance or focus the consciousness... Go here to learn more.
The Golden Spiral pendant generates harmony and tranquility and is a symbol of natural beauty. The Golden spiral structure represents two well known sacred geometry shapes: the... Go here to learn more.
The Seed of Life is a symbol for the days of creation. It is treated as a stage in the process of creation of the flower of life - a geometrical shape that symbolizes the whole universe. Go here to learn more.
The Vesica Pisces is derived from the intersection of two circles, the Pythagorean "measure of the fish" that symbolizes the mystical intersection of the world of the divine with the world of matter, and correspondingly, the beginning of creation. Go here to learn more.
The Tree of Life is one of the most familiar of the Sacred Geometry Symbols. The structure of the Tree of Life is connected to the sacred teachings of the Jewish Kabbalah but can be seen in other traditions as well, such as the ancient Egyptian tradition. Go here to learn more.
The Golden Spiral structure represents two well known sacred geometry shapes: the golden mean (phi) spiral and Fibonacci spiral. The Golden mean spiral is the secret proportion of beauty as it exists in nature. Go here to learn more.
The Emerald Tablet bracelet contains the symbols of the ibis bird and the feather of Ma'at. The Ibis bird symbolizes Thoth, known as the ancient Egyptian god of wisdom and the scriber of the words of the gods. The feather of Ma'at is the symbol of the goddess of justice, truth and harmony. Go here to learn more.
The Nautilus pendant is based on the structure of the Nautilus shell. The Nautilus shell is one of the known shapes that represent the golden mean number. The golden mean number is also known as PHI - 1.6180339... The PHI is a number without an arithmetic solution... Go here to learn more.
The Christ Consciousness pendant radiates a very high and subtle vibration and posseses excellent healing characteristics. It is called Christ consciousness because it looks like the human consciousness grid... Go here to learn more.
The Mobius strip, also called the twisted cylinder, is a one-sided nonorientable surface obtained by cutting a closed band into a single strip, giving one of the two ends thus produced a half twist, and then reattaching the... Go here to learn more.
The Shefa symbol was received in direct transmission from Archangel Metatron by Dvora Pearlman. It was received as a teacher and a tool to learn, to use and to connect with the... Go here to learn more.
The Merkaba pendant symbolizes the flow of Prana energy (life force energy) in our body. By utilizing the ancient Prana breathing technique, we are able to restore the Prana flow through the pineal gland at the center of our brain. Go here to learn more.
The Flower of Life shape contains a secret shape known as the fruit of life. It consists of 13 spheres that hold many mathematical and geometrical laws. These laws represent the whole universe. Giving the flower of life to someone is like giving them the whole universe in... Go here to learn more.
The Christ Consciousness pendant is made from a combination of 2 platonic solid shapes - the dodecahedron (12 five sided facets) and the icosahedrons (20 triangles). The structure of the Christ Consciousness pendant creates the third level consciousness grid of the human race, which is an electro magnetic field that surrounds planet earth and... Go here to learn more.
The Gordian Knot pendant symbolizes the idea of unity which binds everything into one. The Gordian knot... Go here to learn more.
The Ka Bracelet contains elements from the emerald Tablets and the culture of ancient Egypt. A translation of the hieroglyphs engraved on the bracelet is: "Rise up and awaken, you are not dead, your Ka will remain within you for eternity." Go here to learn more.
The Merkaba symbol is based on the Prana energy field and the aura field. It is one of the most powerful symbols in the world. The Merkaba also helps in our spiritual growth and the connection to the higher self. Go here to learn more.
The Flower of Life can be found in all major religions of the world. In Egypt, the source of all the mono-theistic religions, the "Flower of Life" can be found in the ancient Temple of Abydos. Go here to learn more.
Personal Creation pendant contains the geometrical and mathematical patterns of creation itself as it can be found in nature. The Personal creation shape appeared in the year 1991 in Wessex, England, in a wheat field. Go here to learn more.
The Golden Spiral structure represents two well known sacred geometry shapes: the golden mean (phi) spiral and the Fibonacci spiral. It is a based on a crop circle shape known as the "Hackpen Hill Formation" that formed in an English wheat field in 1999. Go here to learn more.
The Gordian Knot pendant symbolizes the idea of unity which binds everything into one. The Gordian knot... Go here to learn more.
The Abundance Ring Shefa is a word in Hebrew that literally means Abundance. This word, in its highest and most profound meaning, means a tool for creating abundance. It holds powerful kinetic energy, the kind of energy that when coupled with one's intent for the highest goodness and aligned with the Divine will, can move mountains or feed... Go here to learn more.