It is always marvellous to me how a train of thought leads me to something new or magnifies the topic even more. This past week has been a very good example of that.
In my previous post, I alluded to 'sacred geometry'. Now (for those not familiar with the topic) sacred geometry is an extremely ancient system of design that has given rise to the basis of design of virtually all the genuine temples, mosques and cathedrals in the world. Those buildings - as places of worship to the Almighty - are designed in such a way so as to bring to those premises the full powers of the natural energies of the universe, bringing with them uplifting and healing power - particularly of the soul. Chartres Cathedral is just one magnificent example.
An example of a practitioner in this method has been Professor Keith Critchlow, a great practitioner of sacred geometry for over half a century. He is a polymath, an artist, lecturer, author, and professor of architecture in England and Professor Emeritus at The Prince's School of Traditional Arts in London. He has designed many great buildings, including the great Sathya Sai Super Speciality Hospital in India, and mosques etc.
|The 'Flower of Life' geometry - the basis of much.|