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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Sacred Architecture – Discussing the Significance of Sacred Geometry in Art and Architecture – Commentary by David Wilcock



Source - Discerning The Mystery

by Shem El-Jamal, October 21, 2016

The significance of art and architecture from ancient times is commonly appreciated in modern society. Whether we realize it or not, these works have had influence in each of our lives. Even if we aren't too familiar with architectural design, we have become familiar with a wide variety of architectural forms.



We have learned through life that certain structures and designs correspond to certain functions of a building. We know that a wide-area building with a flat roof and a large glass door frame is most common at grocery stores. Also, when we see a multi-layered, helical, concrete structure, we know that we are most likely looking at a parking garage.

Geometric Light and Fractal Consciousness - Exploring the Universal Pronunciations of the Infinite and the Infinitesimal - Commentary by David Wilcock

We are each able to tell the general function of a structure by its form, but there are some structures which may not be so obvious in their intended use. Of course I am referring to the structures which some refer to as sacred architecture. These are buildings that are typically used for religious and governmental purposes. It seems that for some reason, these buildings utilize certain design schemes that are more deliberately intricate than other, more common design schemes.

Why do these buildings appear so different than your average grocery store or apartment building? Could there be something more to these structures than the typical purpose? Let's find out.

The Nested Mandelbulb

As stated, the function of a building can typically be determined by its form. When we see the Cathedral at Notre Dame, the Taj Mahal, or the Capital Building in Washington, DC, we see something unique among other structures. Sure we can see columns, spires, domes, arches, etc., but even these components can be seen elsewhere without the key ingredient of sacred geometry.

Notre-Dame de Paris, Archdiocese of Paris, France

The Parthenon, Athenian Acropolis, Greece




"Crown of Palaces" (Taj Mahal), Agra India

In general architectural design, the focus seems to be structural integrity and general aesthetic balance. However, with structures such as cathedrals, mosques, tombs and government buildings there seems to be the extra component of this universal, geometric design. This golden mean (or phi ratio) has been discussed in numerous articles from the past. To read more on sacred geometry, click below:
Geometric Light and Fractal Consciousness - Exploring the Universal Pronunciations of the Infinite and the Infinitesimal - Commentary by David Wilcock

The Photon - Seed of the Universe - A Digest of the Significance of this Foundational Particle - Commentary by David Wilcock

Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock - Pyramid Power - Fire in the Middle - Show Summary, In-Depth Analysis, and More

Wisdom Teachings and the Practicals of Pyramid Science - A Breakdown of the Studies of David Wilcock - Learning the Specifics of How to Jump-start the Light-Body

Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock: Russian Pyramid Research Parts 1 and 2

Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock - Foundations of Pyramid Science - The Most In-Depth Pyramid Study in the Series Thus Far
Along with the above articles, there are a few other aspects of this golden mean that have not yet been covered. Let's examine.

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