There comes a time in everyone’s life when they ask themselves,
“What is Life Really About?”
The classic movie, ‘Forest Gump,’ starring Tom Hanks, tackles head-on one of life’s biggest questions,
“Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
An example of randomness. Or is life as Lieutenant Dan believes, simply a matter of ‘destiny’ ?
Is there really a purpose to our life or are we just pawns in a chess game which has already been decided?
Truly a tough question for any of us to come to terms with.
Many people accept that the world is a divine creation and they agree to follow the teachings of their religion based purely on faith that the doctrine they are taught is correct.
Then there are those who need evidence upon which to base their beliefs and to instill confidence in their decisions.
When and where the idea of Sacred Geometry was first grasped is in dispute, but it was at least a few thousand years before the famous quote,
“God geometrizes continually.” –Plato
When did humans first identify the mathematical precision of the celestial heavens? Was it at Stone Hedge or earlier? Much earlier is the best guess of today’s greatest minds.
It was just in the 1950’s that Watson and Crick discovered the geometric pattern of the double helix which forms our own DNA.
The whole idea of Sacred Geometry is that the creation of our existence and the universe itself is built upon mathematical formulas which create reoccurring geometric patterns.
The idea is not that God does not exist, rather that he does exist and the proof can be found and understood by studying geometric patterns from the smallest to the largest scale; From studying the precise movement of the stars to studying the apparent mystery of random motion in quantum physics.
Sacred Geometry is about much more than our modern philosophy of ‘Go with the Flow,’ rather Sacred Geometry is the process by which we can understand the flow and thereby understand how life is suppose to work and how we should live our lives to be at peace with the universe.
There is both great wisdom and great understanding to be found by studying Sacred Geometry.
I would start with, ‘A Beginners Guide to Constructing the Universe,’ by Michael S. Schneider.
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