Sacred Geometry: Your Personal Guide

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Since the advent of geometry, mathematicians, philosophers, and theologians alike have marveled at the beautiful patterns and awing symmetry found in not only shapes but the calculations behind them. For thousands of years, people have been using two-and three-dimensional forms they consider sacred in art, architecture, religious symbols, and writing systems, believing the shapes to have innate power and meaning.

Lines have been attributed with many symbolic meanings
• Author Bernice Cockram
• 18 x 24-inch wall chart included
• Explore the history and meaning of geometric shapes
• Learn where in the world you can find sacred geometry
• Practice incorporating these forms in your home and spiritual practice


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