posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 01:34 PM
These are cool and all, but just because they have six branches doesn't make them sacred geometry.
I want to know why you think that? I ask because I consider myself a student of Geometry, both Sacred and the thoroughly practical. Look at the
Metatron's Cube (undoubtedly a part of Sacred Geometry) which has embedded within it a *gasp* hexagon (six sided polygon), within it, the six pointed
star, which contains within itself another hexagon. So, tell me, why does it not make them sacred geometry? "just" because they have six branches
is not really accurate or an adequate explanation of not making them 'sacred geometry'. What, then, I would implore to ask you, is "sacred
geometry" if not the very geometry of Nature.
Or have you forgotten, already, what geometry means? Geo = Earth, Metry = Measure Geometry = Earth Measure. Yes, we certainly have come a long ways
from using geometry to simply measure the earth, it is the very foundation of Mathematical and Scientific reasoning. Is it not, then, justified for me
(individually, anyway) to say, that ALL geometry, regardless of it's origin or purpose, is SACRED in it's own right, in that any geometric shape is
infallible in it's creation.... like anything Sacred, it is transcendental to our own understanding of the workings of the Universe, and reveals
within itself, it's own structure, an underlying truth of the structure of the World As We Know It?
Or are you just saying that it's not Sacred Geometry because it's not a Vesica Pisces, or a Metatron's Cube, or the Flower of Life, or other
commonly known "Sacred" Geometrical figures?