What is Sacred Geometry?

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Sacred Geometry Crystal Wands

Sacred Geometry is a term used to describe patterns, shapes and forms-Geometric Patterns which have emerged out of Geometric Codes  are part of the make up of all living things and that regularly occur in nature. Sacred Geometry explains the precise way in which the energy of creation organizes and expresses itself through these geometric patterns/ codes .

We can see exactly how sacred geometry expresses itself in the beautiful patterns of creation just by observing snowflakes, crystals, flowers and pine cones to name just a few.

The ancients believed that  understanding Sacred Geometry was critical to the our  own souls.

They are made up of the ‘Five Convex Regular Polyhedra’: hexahedron (cube), octahedron (double inverted pyramid), tetrahedron (pyramid), Icosohedron and dodecahedron. The names are derived from the number of sides each shape has: 4, 6, 8, 12, and 20 respectively.

The first four shapes correspond with the elements: earth (hexahedron), air (octahedron), fire (tetrahedron) and water (Icosohedron), with the fifth, dodecahedron, representing heaven, ether or the Universe.

It was taught over 1000 years ago by the Greeks-the philosopher Plato(although it is thought it goes back over 2500 years)  that there are five perfect 3-dimensional geometric forms .

Hexahedron (cube), octahedron (double inverted pyramid), tetrahedron (pyramid), Icosohedron and dodecahedron. The names are derived from the number of sides each shape has: 4, 6, 8, 12, and 20 .

The first four shapes correspond with the elements: earth (hexahedron), air (octahedron), fire (tetrahedron) and water (Icosohedron), with the fifth, dodecahedron, representing heaven, ether or the Universe.

These forms are called  The Five Platonic Solids(named after Plato).These geometric codes have been found to be the foundation of all forms in the physical world which we understand the physical world it to be.

Professor Robert Moon proved  that the Periodic Table of Elements , represents everything in our physical world, is formulated using these  five platonic forms.

Tetrahedron
TetrahedronThe Tetrahedron (also called the Triangular Pyramid). It contains 4 faces, 4 vertices and 6 edges. Each face is triangular.
 Tetrahedron represents the element of Fire and is linked to the Solar Plexus;  It symbolizes  balance and stability. Fire

3rd Solar Plexus

Hexahedron
HexahedronThe Hexahedron (also called the Cube) is the second of the five shapes. It has 6 square faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges.
Each face is square.
The Hexahedron is associated with the element of Earth and corresponds to the Root Chakra. The Hexahedron sits flat, firmly rooted to its spot.  It will reconnect your energies to those of the earth and nature ease stress,assist in grounding energy and help to  maintain focus when meditating . Earth

1st Root

Octahedron
OctahedronThe Octahedron has 8 faces, 6 vertices and 12 edges. It is made up of 8 triangles, created  from two square based pyramids base to base.
The Octahedron represents the element of Air and is linked to the Heart Chakra; which represents love and compassion. Air

4th Heart

Icosohedron
IcosohedronThe Icosohedron has 12 faces, 20 vertices and 30 edges. Each face is in the shape of an equilateral triangle.
The Icosahedron is represents the element of Water and corresponds to the Sacral Chakra. This shape can assists in with the creative thought process. Water

2nd Sacral

Dodecahedron
DodecahedronThe Dodecahedron has 20 faces, 12 vertices and 30 edges. Each face is shaped in the form of a Pentagon.
The Dodecahedron is linked to the Ethers/Universe and works through the Chakras   6th Third Eye,  and 7th Crown.  It is a great shape to use while meditating as it can assist in raising your vibration and your connection with source. Ether (Universe / Heaven)

6th Third Eye&
7th Crown

 

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