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Sacred Geometry quotes by Alison Charlotte Primrose
#1. The Great Pyramid was a fractal resonator for the entire Earth. It is designed according to the proportions of the cosmic temple, the natural pattern that blends the two fundamental principles of creation. The pyramid has golden ratio, pi, the base of natural logarithms, the precise length of the year and the dimensions of the Earth built into its geometry. It demonstrates.... As John Michell has pointed out in his wonderful little book, City of Revelation, 'Above all, the Great Pyramid is a monument to the art of 'squaring the circle'. #Quote by Alison Charlotte Primrose
Sacred Geometry quotes by Ian McDonald
#2. It's one thing building a cloister to reflect the 768 of the numerological Bismillah, it's another planning a giant alphabet out of an entire city before you've even built your first mosque.'
'It is, but remember, Sinan was chief architect and city planner at the time of the conquest of Cairo. He practised on that city; demolishing and building where he liked. I have no doubt that he was already forming the idea of a sacred geometry. His first building as Architect of the Abode of Felicity was the Haseki Hürrem Mosque for the Kadin Roxelana. Not his greatest work by any means, and he was working from existing designs, but it was identifiable as his first mature work. There's a story in his autobiography Tezkiretül Bünyan that while he was surveying the site he noticed that children were pulling live fish from a grating in the street. When he went to investigate he discovered an entire Roman cistern down there. Perhaps it was this that inspired him to realize his vision. Hidden water. The never-ceasing stream of Hurufism. #Quote by Ian McDonald
Sacred Geometry quotes by Guy Murchie
#3. The Fibonacci Sequence turns out to be the key to understanding how nature designs... and is... a part of the same ubiquitous music of the spheres that builds harmony into atoms, molecules, crystals, shells, suns and galaxies and makes the Universe sing. #Quote by Guy Murchie
Sacred Geometry quotes by Albert Einstein
#4. [The golden proportion] is a scale of proportions which makes the bad difficult [to produce] and the good easy. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Sacred Geometry quotes by Stefan Emunds
#5. Try to imagine this formless, liquid abyss of many waters and surfaces. With and within this awesome, abysmal substance, God Mother creates universes. We are made from this stuff, literally! And we literally live, move, and have our being in this fathomless, multi-dimensional matrix. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Sacred Geometry quotes by Willem Witteveen
#6. The golden ratio, as well as the Great Pyramid as an expression of it, is an important key to our universe containing the Earth and the Moon. ... The ratio between the Earth and the Moon is in fact the basis for the mathematical concept of 'squaring the circle' ... #Quote by Willem Witteveen
Sacred Geometry quotes by Drunvalo Melchizedek
#7. According to Thoth, because of the placement of the Great Pyramid on the Earth connecting into the Earth's huge geometrical field - specifically the octahedral field of the Earth, which is equivalent to our own fields - and because of the pyramid's mass and the geometries used in it, the white-light energy field spirals upward and becomes extremely strong, stretching all the way out to the center of the galaxy. The dark-light energy comes in from above, spirals through zero point and connects with the center of the Earth. In this way the Great Pyramid connects the center of the Earth to the center of our galaxy. #Quote by Drunvalo Melchizedek
Sacred Geometry quotes by Robert Lawlor
#8. The golden ratio is a reminder of the relatedness of the created world to the perfection of its source and of its potential future evolution. #Quote by Robert Lawlor
Sacred Geometry quotes by Marja De Vries
#9. The Golden Ratio defines the squaring of a circle. Stated in mathematical terms, this says: Given a square of known perimeter, create a circle of equal circumference. According to some, in ancient Egypt, this mathematical mystery was encoded in the measurements of the Great Pyramid of Giza. #Quote by Marja De Vries
Sacred Geometry quotes by Stefan Emunds
#10. And our Divine Parents have been molding God Child's soul from stardust. And They have been breathing life-breath into its nose, and God Child's soul has been existing as a Soul of Life. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Sacred Geometry quotes by Dan Brown
#11. When the ancients discovered 'Phi', they were certain they had stumbled across God's building block for the world. #Quote by Dan Brown
Sacred Geometry quotes by Maggie Macnab
#12. In geometry, as in nature, the circle is the archetypal shape of wholeness and inclusion. It is an effective shape for nonprofits or community-focused efforts. #Quote by Maggie Macnab
Sacred Geometry quotes by John Michell
#13. The water beneath the Temple was both actual and metaphorical, existing as springs and streams, as spiritual energy, and as a symbol of the receptive or lunar aspect of nature.

The meaning of that principle is too wide and elusive for it to be given any one name, so in the terminology of ancient science it was given a number, 1,080. Its polar opposite, the positive, solar force in the universe, was also referred to as a number 666.

These two numbers, which have an approximate golden-section relationship of 1:1.62, were at the root of the alchemical formula that expressed the supreme purpose of the Temple. Its polar opposite, the positive, solar force in the universe, was also referred to as a number 666. Not merely was it used to generate energy from fusion of atmospheric and terrestrial currents, but it also served to combine in harmony all the correspondences of those forces on every level of creation. #Quote by John Michell
Sacred Geometry quotes by Schwaller De Lubicz
#14. The impulse to all movement and all form is given by [the golden ratio], since it is the proportion that summarizes in itself the additive and the geometric, or logarithmic, series. #Quote by Schwaller De Lubicz
Sacred Geometry quotes by Jay Kappraff
#15. Thus nature provides a system for proportioning the growth of plants that satisfies the three canons of architecture. All modules are isotropic and they are related to the whole structure of the plant through self-similar spirals proportioned by the golden mean. #Quote by Jay Kappraff
Sacred Geometry quotes by Midhat Gazale
#16. The golden era of the golden number was the Italian renaissance. The expression divine proportion was coined by the great mathematician Luca Pacioli in his book 'De divina proportione', written in 1509. #Quote by Midhat Gazale
Sacred Geometry quotes by Alexey Stakhov
#17. In the pentagram, the Pythagoreans found all proportions well-known in antiquity: arithmetic, geometric, harmonic, and also the well-known golden proportion, or the golden ratio. ... Probably owing to the perfect form and the wealth of mathematical forms, the pentagram was chosen by the Pythagoreans as their secret symbol and a symbol of health. - Alexander Voloshinov [As quoted in Stakhov] #Quote by Alexey Stakhov
Sacred Geometry quotes by Iva Kenaz
#18. If someone gave you the rules to the game you have been playing right away, you would miss the most exciting part – the details. Sometimes it's all about the details, they make the whole more meaningful. #Quote by Iva Kenaz
Sacred Geometry quotes by Jason Mraz
#19. I call it sacred geometry. When everything's just right and it feels really balanced, so that when it unfolds to the next part, you feel totally familiar and at ease within the song. #Quote by Jason Mraz
Sacred Geometry quotes by Virginia Petrucci
#20. I like my things
hurried and haunted. Night tea

Sacred geometry, secret geometry
petal-flame whisper: I am here, and you aren't. #Quote by Virginia Petrucci
Sacred Geometry quotes by Stefan Emunds
#21. Since time immemorial, the serpent has symbolized organic vitality. Serpents move in curves and so does energy. The serpent developed from the Light created on the first cosmic day. In the firmament it manifests as the life-breath that animates souls. In the physical universe it manifests electro-magnetism, the light in substance so to speak. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Sacred Geometry quotes by H.E. Huntley
#22. The description of this proportion as Golden or Divine is fitting perhaps because it is seen by many to open the door to a deeper understanding of beauty and spirituality in life. That's an incredible role for one number to play, but then again this one number has played an incredible role in human history and the universe at large. #Quote by H.E. Huntley
Sacred Geometry quotes by Francene Hart
#23. Reverence for the natural environment, and experiencing the interconnectedness between all things has long guided me to create watercolor paintings of beauty and spirit. Life's continuing adventure has led me into an exciting exploration into the wisdom and symbolic imagery of Sacred Geometry. These paintings act as a bridge between this reality and a metaphorical world of healing, continuity, and transformation. I use multiple transparent watercolor glazes coupled with image overlapping techniques, and sacred geometry to produce visions of a multi-dimensional reality. It is my intention to create art that embodies the vibration of Universal Love and expresses the joy and gratitude I feel for the honor of being part of this earthwalk."
~Blessings, Francene~ #Quote by Francene Hart
Sacred Geometry quotes by Einar Thorsteinn
#24. Buckminster Fuller explained to me once that because our world is constructed from geometric relations like the Golden Ratio or the Fibonacci Series, by thinking about geometry all the time, you could organize and harmonize your life with the structure of the world. #Quote by Einar Thorsteinn
Sacred Geometry quotes by Stefan Emunds
#25. God Child is a free and inspirational translation of Adam. Adam means 'human', not 'man'. The Hebrew for 'man' is 'aish'. In English man can mean both man and human, which may have caused the confusion in the first place. If Adam isn't the first male Homo sapiens, who or what is he? #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Sacred Geometry quotes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
#26. I find that I never lose Bach. I don't know why I have always loved him so. Except that he is so pure, so relentless and incorruptible, like a principle of geometry. #Quote by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Sacred Geometry quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#27. Be glad for the sacred breath. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Sacred Geometry quotes by Carl Sagan
#28. His argument was not with God but with those who believed that our understanding of the sacred had been completed. Science's permanently revolutionary conviction that the search for truth never ends seemed to him the only approach with sufficient humility to be worthy of the universe that it revealed. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Sacred Geometry quotes by Aleksandra Ninkovic
#29. We seek for an explanation,
crawling on this sacred Ground,
that is crying for salvation,
but not many hear the sound.
We yield to regeneration,
lost,we hope we could be found..
once exalted Gods creations,
fallen,but not yet profound.
Only Love,gives clear reflection,
that can turn our fate around.
Once we accept imperfection,
to ourselves we'll be rebound. #Quote by Aleksandra Ninkovic
Sacred Geometry quotes by Lewis Mumford
#30. Today, the degradation of the inner life is symbolized by the fact that the only place sacred from interruption is the private toilet. #Quote by Lewis Mumford
Sacred Geometry quotes by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
#31. When you consider Life as sacred,Nature waits on you #Quote by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Sacred Geometry quotes by Col. Thomas Aspinwall
#32. In history, truth should be held sacred, at whatever cost ... especially against the narrow and futile patriotism, which, instead of pressing forward in pursuit of truth, takes pride in walking backwards to cover the slightest nakedness of our forefathers. #Quote by Col. Thomas Aspinwall
Sacred Geometry quotes by Gustave Flaubert
#33. Since you are now studying geometry and trigonometry, I will give you a problem. A ship sails the ocean. It left Boston with a cargo of wool. It grosses 200 tons. It is bound for Le Havre. The mainmast is broken, the cabin boy is on deck, there are 12 passengers aboard, the wind is blowing East-North-East, the clock points to a quarter past three in the afternoon. It is the month of May. How old is the captain? #Quote by Gustave Flaubert
Sacred Geometry quotes by Keith A. Mathison
#34. believe firmly that all truth is God's truth, and I believe that God has not given revelation only in sacred Scripture. Scripture itself tells us that God reveals Himself in nature, which we call natural revelation. I once asked a seminary class, a conservative group, "How many of you believe that God's revelation in Scripture is infallible?" They all raised their hands. I then asked, "And how many of you believe that God's revelation in nature is infallible?" No one raised his hand. It's the same God giving the revelation. #Quote by Keith A. Mathison
Sacred Geometry quotes by Mark Galli
#35. It pleases me that you teach sacred theology to the brothers, as long as - in the words of the Rule - you 'do not extinguish the Spirit of prayer and devotion' with study of this kind. - Francis of Assisi #Quote by Mark Galli
Sacred Geometry quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#36. Life is gift. Accepts the sacred existence. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Sacred Geometry quotes by Elizabeth Bear
#37. What was a book? Not just ink and fiber and stitchery: a series of processes. To a wizard, it was not a static object
but a human thought caught and bound, made concrete through sacred technology. Magic, then, and a deep form of it. #Quote by Elizabeth Bear
Sacred Geometry quotes by Sue Monk Kidd
#38. We need Goddess consciousness to reveal earth's holiness. Divine feminine imagery opens up the notion that the earth is the body of the Divine, and when that happens, the Divine cannot be contained solely in a book, church, dogma, liturgy, theological system, or transcendent spirituality. The earth is no longer a mere backdrop until we get to heaven, something secondary and expendable. Mater becomes inspirited; it breathes divinity. Earth comes alive and sacred. And we find ourselves alive in the midst of her and forever altered. #Quote by Sue Monk Kidd
Sacred Geometry quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#39. We are brothers and sisters. We are one sacred family. #Quote by Lailah Gifty Akita
Sacred Geometry quotes by Horace
#40. Every old poem is sacred. #Quote by Horace
Sacred Geometry quotes by Molly Friedenfeld
#42. When we move about the planet seeing with the eyes of the heart, we connect with humanity on the deepest level possible and remember one of our soul's promises: to bring the wonders of Heaven, which reside in the Sacred Heart, to earth in physical form. #Quote by Molly Friedenfeld
Sacred Geometry quotes by Wassily Kandinsky
#43. All methods are sacred if they are internally necessary. All methods are sins if they are not justified by internal necessity. #Quote by Wassily Kandinsky
Sacred Geometry quotes by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
#44. Mother Nature did not attend high school geometry courses or read the books of Euclid of Alexandria. Her geometry is jagged, but with a logic of its own and one that is easy to understand. #Quote by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Sacred Geometry quotes by Adolf Hitler
#45. State authority can never be an end in itself; for, if that were so, any kind of tyranny would be inviolable and sacred. If a government uses the instruments of power in its hands for the purpose of leading a people to ruin, then rebellion is not only the right but also the duty of every individual citizen. #Quote by Adolf Hitler
Sacred Geometry quotes by Lawrence Block
#46. Is that what I am? I don't know what the hell I am anymore."
"Oh, bullshit. You're a guy, a human being. Just another poor son of a bitch who doesn't want to be alone when the sacred ginmill closes. #Quote by Lawrence Block
Sacred Geometry quotes by Helen Keller
#47. But there is not space to mention all my friends and indeed there are things about them hidden behind the wings of the cherubim, things to sacred to set forth in cold print. #Quote by Helen Keller
Sacred Geometry quotes by Cormac McCarthy
#48. The world shrinking down about a raw core of parsible entities. The names of things slowly following those things into oblivion. Colors. The names of birds. Things to eat. Finally the name of things one believed to be true. More fragile than he would have thought. How much was gone already? The sacred idiom shorn of its referents and so of its reality. Drawing down like something trying to preserve heat. In time to wink out forever. #Quote by Cormac McCarthy
Sacred Geometry quotes by Larry Gates
#49. Sycamore trees were held to be sacred in ancient Egypt and are the first trees represented in ancient art. The sycamore, also, was sacred. Peasants gather around them in rituals. In the Land of the Dead there was a sycamore in whose branches the goddess Hathor lived; she leaned out of it giving sustenance and water to deceased souls. In Memphis, Hathor's epithet was Lady of the Sycamore. #Quote by Larry Gates
Sacred Geometry quotes by David Foster Wallace
#50. I've gotten convinced that there's something kind of timelessly vital and sacred about good writing. This thing doesn't have that much to do with talent, even glittering talent ... Talent's just an instrument. It's like having a pen that works instead of one that doesn't. I'm not saying I'm able to work consistently out of the premise, but it seems like the big distinction between good art and so-so art lies somewhere in the art's heart's purpose, the agenda of the consciousness behind the text. It's got something to do with love. With having the discipline to talk out of the part of yourself that can love instead of the part that just wants to be loved. #Quote by David Foster Wallace
Sacred Geometry quotes by John Philip Kemble
#51. When you read the sacred Scriptures, or any other book, never think how you read, but what you read. #Quote by John Philip Kemble
Sacred Geometry quotes by Lewis Mumford
#52. In hunting and agriculture work had been a sacred function, one of collaborating with the forces of nature, and invoking the gods of fertility and organic abundance to countenance with their favor the efforts of the human community: pious exaltation and cosmic wonder mingled with strenuous muscular exercise and meticulous ritual. But for those who were drafted into the megamachine, work ceased to be a sacred function, willingly performed, with many pleasurable rewards in both the act and its fruition: it became a curse. #Quote by Lewis Mumford
Sacred Geometry quotes by Andrei Bely
#53. The bast, dispersing in shreds in the sunset whispered "Time has begun." The son, Adam, stripped naked, descended into the Old Testament of his native land and arrayed himself in bast; a wreath of roadside field grass he placed upon his brow, a staff, not a switch, he pulled from the ground, flourishing the birch branch like a sacred palm. On the road he stood like a guard. The dust-gray road ran into the sunset. And a crow perched there, perched and croaked, there where the celestial fire consumed the earth.

There were blind men along the dust-gray road running into the twilight. Antique, crooken, they trailed along, lonely and sinister silhouettes, holding to one another and to their leader's cane. They were raising dust. One was beard-less, he kept squinting. Another, a little old man with a protruding lip, was whispering and praying. A third, covered with red hair, frowned. Their backs were bent, their heads bowed low, their arms extended to the staff. Strange it was to see this mute procession in the terrible twilight. They made their way immutable, primordial, blind. Oh, if only they could open their eyes, oh if only they were not blind! Russian Land, awake!

And Adam, rude image of the returned king, lowered the birch branch to their white pupils. And on them he laid his hands, as, groaning and moaning they seated themselves in the dust and with trembling hands pushed chunks of black bread into their mouths. Their faces were ashen and menacing, lit #Quote by Andrei Bely
Sacred Geometry quotes by Walter Lippmann
#54. The principle of majority rule is the mildest form in which the force of numbers can be exercised. It is a pacific substitute for civil war in which the opposing armies are counted and the victory is awarded to the larger before any blood is shed. Except in the sacred tests of democracy and in the incantations of the orators, we hardly take the trouble to pretend that the rule of the majority is not at bottom a rule of force. #Quote by Walter Lippmann
Sacred Geometry quotes by Robert Green Ingersoll
#55. The rights of men and women should be equal and sacred-marriage should be a perfect partnership. #Quote by Robert Green Ingersoll
Sacred Geometry quotes by Arnold Bennett
#56. Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your permission. #Quote by Arnold Bennett
Sacred Geometry quotes by Robert A. Heinlein
#57. As for logic and internal consistency, these mundane rules do not apply to sacred writings and never have ... #Quote by Robert A. Heinlein
Sacred Geometry quotes by James Madison
#58. Experience is the oracle of truth; and where its responses are unequivocal, they ought to be conclusive and sacred. #Quote by James Madison
Sacred Geometry quotes by Gaston Bachelard
#59. Verticality is ensured by the polarity of cellar and attic, the marks of which are so deep that, in a way, they open up two very different perspectives for a phenomenology of the imagination. Indeed, it is possible, almost without commentary, to oppose the rationality of the roof to the irrationality of the cellar. A roof tells its raison d'etre right away: it gives mankind shelter from the rain and sun he fears. Geographers are constantly reminding us that, in every country, the slope of the roofs is one of the surest indications of the climate. We "understand" the slant of a roof. Even a dreamer dreams rationally; for him, a pointed roof averts rain clouds. Up near the roof all our thoughts are clear. In the attic it is a pleasure to see the bare rafters of the strong framework. Here we participate in the carpenter's solid geometry.
As for the cellar, we shall no doubt find uses for it .. It will be rationalized and its conveniences enumerated. But it is first and foremost the dark entity of the house, the one that partakes of subterranean forces. When we dream there, we are in harmony with the irrationality of the depths. #Quote by Gaston Bachelard
Sacred Geometry quotes by Pope John Paul II
#60. Those who devote themselves to the study of Sacred Scripture should always remember that the various hermeneutical approaches have their own philosophical underpinnings, which need to be carefully evaluated before they are applied to the sacred texts. #Quote by Pope John Paul II

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