posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 11:13 PM
Nothing new, but it is nice to see an 'expert' pointing out what has been known and used for thousands of years.
The Magic of Architecture
By Herbert Bangs M.Arch.
When we speak of sacred architecture we are not speaking just of churches and temples, but of all buildings that are designed in accordance with the
laws of sacred geometry. Sacred geometry, unlike the Euclidian geometry we learned in school, is primarily concerned with the esoteric and symbolic
significance of geometrical forms, rather than their logical development and mundane application. When the principles of sacred geometry are
understood and correctly applied in the design and construction of buildings, those buildings will possess a "magical" power that can speak to the
deeper layers of our awareness and effect changes in the structure of our lives. Few buildings designed in our time possess this power and deserve to
be called "sacred" architecture.