Everywhere around us, we see the same shapes, angles and patterns. From the structure of the atoms in the smallest grain of sand, through the forms of animals and plants, the structures of sacred buildings, all man-made structures and even the workings of the greater cosmos – in the turning of the galaxies and the unfolding of the observable universe, the same sacred geometry patterns appear.
These breathtaking natural forms follow the same geometry without fail, and the patterns they trace can be mapped out in the sacred geometry of the Modern Mystery School.
As the sacred geometry patterns of the universe take shape on the page before us, we grow to understand the process of creation and how it is innately within us and in all living things in the world. In the process, we grow closer to the truth within ourselves and are more connected to the physical world around us. We can see the beauty inherent in sacred geometry when we look at complex, all-encompassing marvels like Metatron’s Cube, but the same universal patterns are everywhere in nature – they decide the growth of a nautilus’ mathematically perfect spiral shell, pictured below, or the angles and shapes formed as the veins within a leaf grow. This is also known as the Phi, Golden Ratio or Divine Proportion. Leonardo Di Vinci, an initiate of the Mystery School, has long been associated with the golden ratio.
Another of Da Vinci’s most famous works is that of the Vitruvian Man, created around 1490. The official title of the drawing is “Le proporzioni del corpo umano secondo Vitruvio,” or “The proportions of the human body according to Vitruvius.”
Perhaps one of the best illustrations of its use is in “The Last Supper,” painted between 1494 and 1498. Various design and architectural features show very clear golden ratios.
Phi appears in:
- The proportions of the human body
- The proportions of many other animals
- The solar system
- Art and architecture
Simply put, sacred geometry is the connecting thread in all creation – the code through which everything can be understood. When we decipher and transcribe these shapes, we are getting a glimpse into the order beneath all things!
As an example, consider the Flower of Life. Seen below, this pattern is made up of intersecting circles which all grow from the same central point. Like cells dividing as an embryo grows and a seed germinates, the circles in the pattern replicate.
As more circles are added, the sacred geometry begins to present itself.
At last, the Flower of Life is complete. This pattern is the precursor to the Cube of Metatron, which contains all three-dimensional possibility within its complex form – and it all started as one single circle.
If you would like to know more about sacred geometry, you can get in touch with one of the spiritual advisors at the Modern Mystery School on +44 (0)207 183 7880 or use the contact forms on this site to submit a question. The dedicated spiritual advisors on the other end of the line will be happy to provide advice and information, but the best insight into the sacred geometry symbols isn’t something that can be pass over the phone – it must be seen and experienced at one of the Modern Mystery School’s Sacred Geometry Classes, available on this site.
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