The logic behind Sacred Geometry is simple. The patterns of symmetry which we observe in nature are too organized, too perfect to have emerged simply by chance.
Therefore every scientist has an obligation to at least consider the possibility that our universe was designed by some form of intelligence.
Perhaps long before our physical universe was ever created, a consciousness naturally evolved in the neverending “Infinitude of Existence.”
Over time this consciousness would have developed into an intelligence capable of establishing all the laws of mathematics, geometry, and physics that are required to create a balanced, properly functioning universe.
This has been the assumption held by many of history’s most prominent philosophers. The most notable, of course, being Plato with the famous quote, “God geometrizes continually.”
The knowledge of Sacred Geometry dates back at least 6000 years to the Ancient Egyptians. They began to study the laws of geometry and realized that the symmetrical patterns they were drawing on papyrus leaves were also prevalent in the natural world.
It appeared as though the universe was already well versed in the laws of geometry that they thought they were the first to discover.
The Golden Ratio and Golden Spiral can be seen throughout the natural world: in flowers, mollusk shells, our faces & bodies, hurricanes, and even in the spiraling of the galaxies.
The Ancient Egyptians only explanation behind the precision in nature was that the Universe must be the product of an intelligence similar to their own.
The Flower of Life pattern has been found all over the ancient world from Egypt to China. It was believed to be the pattern that the “Great Architect of the Universe” followed while forming physical objects from nothing.
Even modern history’s most renowned physicist, Albert Einstein, observed the precision of the universe and openly expressed his belief in the possibility of some form of intelligence behind its creation.
Einstein entertained the idea of the pantheistic God of Baruch Spinoza. Spinoza believed in a kind of anthropomorphic deity who created the laws of the universe, set it in motion, but then doesn’t interfere.
Today, theoretical physicists are still attempting to explain nature’s precision and are using extremely advanced mathematics to make some startling revelations in what is called String Theory.
String Theorists describe our Universe as being composed of 1-Dimensional Strings of Energy that interact with one another to form physical matter.
The theory attempts to mathematically describe all the elementary particles by modeling them as systems of vibrating elastic strings.
Strings of Energy must be arranged in specific geometric configurations in order to form the different elementary particles. The physical properties of each particle are defined by the unique geometry of its strings.
The complex mathematics of String Theory allows for a large number of potential geometric configurations that can not exist in our physical reality. This is because the strings must ultimately come together to form stable physical objects.
One way to understand String Theory is to think of each particle as a spherical musical instrument containing intersecting elastic strings. Strings may be played at different strengths to control their amplitudes. And the intersections, or nodes, can be activated or deactivated to control the particle’ s frequency pattern and define its physical properties.
An elementary particle, just like a song of music, is composed by playing strings in a specific order and geometric pattern to create the particle’s rhythm. The songs of the elementary particles interact with one another to create the musical symphony that our eyes perceive as physical reality.
If geometry is such an important defining attribute of the elementary particles, then what about Sacred Geometry? Personally, I find inspiration in the famous quote from Renee Descartes, “As above, so below.”
We know from observing the Divine Proportions in nature that physical objects are subject to the principles of Sacred Geometry. It’s only logical to assume that the strings of energy that compose them should be as well.
Maybe there really is a Divine Intelligence behind the evolution of our universe. After all, can anyone really explain why the universe is trying so hard to make increasingly complex, emotionally intelligent organisms such as ourselves?
To test our theory, let’s pretend we are the Great Architect in the infinite void of existence and the only tool at our disposal is our mind’s imagination.
How do we create a Universe?
(For simplicity, 3-D figures are depicted as 2-D figures when necessary.)
From the Author
The principles of Sacred Geometry are already being integrated into modern technology without many of us even knowing.
By utilizing the Ring Torus and the Divine Proportions in electromagnetic systems we’re able to create systems that are faster and more efficient.