April 5, 2014 3 Comments
By: David Weitzman
As plainly as it can be stated, geometry is a branch of mathematics. It is generally described as the study of shapes and patterns and their sizes and positions. For the majority of us, geometry is something we learn while in school only to be forgotten soon after.
What then is Sacred Geometry?
When did “sacred” enter into the picture?
Sacred means something holy or connected to “God”, and just when is any lowly geometric shape ever sacred? To the uninitiated, the very idea may be totally absurd. Sacred Geometry after all is a kind of philosophy not very many people can easily wrap their minds around especially when contemplating about it for the first time. Read more of this post