If we go through life with an open heart and an open mind, we can’t stop but marvel at creation’s curious coincidences. In Sacred Geometry such “coincidences” are anything but accidental and instead have a deep underlying logic, meaning and purpose.
Realizing these miracles and examining their scientifically interlinked disciplines are in front of us every day — it’s as simple as opening our eyes and asking questions.
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Enjoy this initial collection which will be extended on a regular basis and let’s start with Leonardo da Vinci’s Flower of Life study in the "Codex Atlanticus" folio.
“Everything in some way connects to everything else." — Leonardo da Vinci
“There is not a fragment in all nature, for every relative fragment of one thing is a full harmonious unit in itself.” ― John Muir
"The book of nature is written in the language of mathematics." — Galileo Galilei
“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.” ― Henry David Thoreau
"In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order." – Carl Jung
A Fig Under a Microscope
Many know about how wasps inside the figs are instrumental in their pollination process, but just see how beautiful figs look under the microscope.
The Five Petals of Venus
The following visualization illustrates the pattern resulting from the rotation of Earth and Venus around the Sun:
The Speed of Light
The Moon’s Transition to our Physical World Map
A friend sent me this video and if you take the time to see it unfold (and keep some of the following numbers in mind), you’re in for a surprise:
Did you know that…
the moon takes 27.32 (sidereal) days to revolve around Earth?
27.32% of the square around Earth is visible and the circle that the moon describes has the same perimeter as Earth’s square and stretches 27.32% wider than that of the square?
gases expand by 1/273.2 of their volume for each degree on the Celsius/Celsius scale (including water) and “absolute zero” (at “zero kelvin”) is the lowest limit of the thermodynamic temperature at −273.2 (rounded) degrees Celsius?
Just imagine the other secrets water has when it already resonates with the geometry, size and orbital period of our moon.
Do you know more examples of “curious coincidences” and how they link up?
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