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Ka Gold Jewelry is designed from sacred geometry which is the universal principles of creation! Sacred geometry is a term which describes the geometrical laws which create everything in existence. This term has been used by mathematicians, geometricians, spiritual seekers, anthropologists, and archaeologists to encompass the religious, philosophical, and spiritual beliefs that have sprung up around geometry in all the major cultures during the course of human history. The geometrical laws derived from the Flower of Life produce the blueprint of the one consciousness that created life and existence. The moment you connect spirit and geometry you get sacred geometry: the designs of creation!
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TSUBA - The Katana's Sword Guard

A long, curved, single-sided sword used by the samurai of feudal Japan is known as the katana. In the West, the katana became a generic term to designate most Japanese swords. The only ones allowed to be in possession of and handle this sword were the samurai. Because their lives depended on the quality of the sword, they would be extremely careful to pick from only the finest craftsmen around to create their swords. During combat, the steel must never shatter. A serious fight would be fatal for any samurai who uses a blade of low quality.

Apart from its use as a deadly weapon, these swords were also considered quite a work of art. The samurai adorned the katana with decorations to exhibit their prosperity and stature. These decorations could be seen on the handle and on its tsuba. The tsuba is the guard around the handle of the sword where the blade starts and the handle ends. While the sword is held in a fight, the tsuba helps keep it balanced, while at the same time, it protects the swordsman from cutting his hand on the blade. In many instances, it can also block the incoming slash from an opponent's sword.

During the Muromachi period lasting from 1392 until 1573 and the Azuchi-Momoyama period lasting from 1573 to 1603, the tsuba was created mainly for functional instead of artistic reasons. During these medieval times of war in the history of Japan, they were designed from hardened metal to ensure the protection of the holder in fierce combat.

However, during the peaceful Edo period from 1603 to 1868, the states within the Japanese empire became unified under shogunate rule. Tsuba during that period of time were created for more ornamental, ceremonial and pageantry purposes and were therefore designed from softer metals such as gold. Whenever a samurai and his lord showed up at the shogun's court, the tsuba was something much more of a thing to be proudly displayed.

The Tsuba Consist of Two Types

There are two basic kinds of tsuba: one is created from iron and is known as tetsu; the other type, known as kinko, uses various softer metals such as gold, copper, silver, and alloys. Both the tetsu and kinko can be found as cut out and/or adorned with all manner of carvings and other decorations.

Tsuba seem to exhibit all manner of designs. Some can be extremely detailed and lavish while having both symmetrical and asymmetrical designs and patterns. There is no limit to how mischievous, unpredictable and erratic the artists specializing in the forging of their designs can be! Nearly all are cut out in various ways with numerous holes, or often with at least two holes cut through each side, and sometimes at least one hole or no holes at all except of course for the knife in the middle. Many can be valued as high as thousands of dollars each.

There are four general forms of tsuba that are listed as follows:
  • Maru gata. The Maru gata or round tsuba are the most common form, of which many varieties exist. Rather than being perfectly round, many can be slightly oval or elliptical. Some can be similar to the outline of flowers.
  • Kaku gata. The Kaku gata tsuba is square with rounded corners. Other geometric shapes such as octagonal, hexagonal or even trapezoidal can be found.
  • Shitogi. The shitogi tsuba are practically always used with ceremonial swords. They look elongated in the direction of the blade with one loop in either side, making some of them look like a very old-fashioned keyhole.
  • Mokko gata. The Mokko gata has four lobes making it look like a slice of a melon or gourd, especially with the holes inside it. There are various types of mokko gata all with various delicate patterns.
The Modern Tsuba

Because the samurai class of warriors are no longer with us in today's world, tsuba are now forms of art and craftsmanship independent of the katana. Many art collectors take special interest in the tsuba and many schools of tsuba craftsmanship exist in Japan. Various methods of tsuba craftsmanship have existed for generations. Those families having samurai ancestors often posses heirlooms, handed down to them from previous generations, with family insignias, seals and mottos in decorative patterns.

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MOKUME GANE - Synthesis of Natural Elegance and the Will of the Craftsman

People throughout history greatly valued their various forms of jewelry for their uniqueness, beauty, and mainly for their worth. The uniqueness and elegance in the things of nature have long been loved by all people everywhere. Through modification of minerals and metals from the earth, great pieces of jewelry have also been crafted in various shapes and designs to be worn as a mode of self-decoration as well as self-communication.

Jewelry can be created in multiple methods. Some ways are more contemporary and other methods come from previous generations and traditions. Some methods use traditional means in a new way. Those methods once antiquated become renewed. The crafting of mokume gane treasures is an example of how ancient customs can be blended with modern methods.

The Origin of Mokume Gane

Mokume-Gane was introduced to seventeenth century Japan by Denbei Shoami who lived from 1651 to 1728 in Akita Prefecture of Northwest Japan. Mokume gane is a Japanese phrase for "wood eye metal." Shoami was a master metalworker and invented the Mokume Gane technique in the 1600's to create decorative sword guards (tsuba) to be mounted on the hilts or handles of katana which were the swords used by the samurai class in medieval Japan. The governing branch of medieval Japan was the samurai class. Their indications (signs) of distinction or position and their degree of affluence were exhibited in the decoration of their swords.

The technique of mokume gane creates variations in the color and texture of the metal so that it resembles the structure of wood grains and knots. It is an elegant way of incorporating the natural and harmonious patterns of wood into the cold, hard strength of polished metal.

Because the last of the samurai warriors passed away many years ago (the government established a more modern, western-style army in place of the samurai in 1873), the market for katana and accessories is now dominated by martial artists, professional collectors and those whose interest is to preserve the past. However, the fine art of mokume gane metalworking endures today in the creation of individual adornments, and other wonderful items of fine craftsmanship.

Crafting Mokume Gane Jewelry

Mokume gane is the fusion of various metals and their alloys. Even though the traditional techniques of mokume gane remain basically similar, contemporary craftsmen of mokume gane jewelry and related items of art came up with changes to the original methods. The metals originally and traditionally used in creating mokume gane included gold, copper, and silver. Newer forms of mokume gane also include metals such as titanium, platinum, iron, nickel and bronze.

Typically, mokume gane is created when various alloys or metals are merged together, not completely mixed into one alloy, but heated just enough to meld into a natrually created and irregular, yet surprisingly elegant design. This melding process is created through regulated high temperature and compression. The blended layers of metal are formed into a billet which is a single, solid ingot filled with various streaks and patterns. After the formation of the ingot, it is sliced into a section exposing beautiful and natural looking grain-like shapes of various shades and colors. These days, computer programs are used as templates by modern craftsmen to help them cut out all sorts of elegant shapes most likely to create the most desired effect.

After it is cut to the desired size and shape, the ingot or billet is then pounded, formed, rolled and flattened out to make it thinner. It is then shaped for whatever purpose the designer wishes it to be, either a piece of fine jewelry or and object of art.

The Elegance of Mokume Gane Jewelry

Originally derived from the historic tradition of creating decorative sword guards for the medieval Japanese samurai warriors, the mokume gane method has survived until this day and has all sorts of new applications and expressions. Besides the amazing craftsmanship and beauty of the original tsuba, elegant rings, pendants, and many other forms of art are also created using this method.

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GOD'S WORD

"Knew I then that in Words are the power to open the planes that are hidden from man" --Emerald tablet of Thoth

The Pendant of God's Word

The Pendant of God's Word symbolizes the idea of the formation of the cosmos as outlined in the Kabbalah and the fundamentals of universal awareness. The empty bubble or sphere of God's Word pendant symbolizes the means by whom the Creator manifests the awareness inside all sentient living forms.

When there was "darkness on the face of the abyss" the cosmos manifested from an infinite space. This infinite space is God himself who has no form, explanation or boundary. The boundary of the difference between inside and outside can best be shown by a sphere. A point of reference between inside and outside is therefore created, separating the individual soul from the universe.

The Meaning of God's Word

This duality of "soul" and "other" is actually an illusion of separation created by the evolutionary mind to keep individuals fighting for survival instead of enjoying the unity of God and all life. This "membrane" of separation is known in the Hebrew Book of Zohar as "Klipa" or peel. Even though it can separate one from wholeness, after enlightenment, subtler forms of this "ego" remains to allow a person to enjoy God from the perspective of an "enjoyer" or "lover" of God.

On this pendant, the letters "Beresheet" (Genesis) are engraved on a circle around it. When divided into two parts, "bara sheet" it means "created six" in ancient Aramaic. This number "six" signifies the six directions projected by the Creator from the empty void to produce three-dimensional space.

The Hebrew symbol, "PE" which stands literally for the "mouth" with which we communicate, can be found on one side of the God's Word pendant. It was in this way that God created the world (in Genesis) with His spoken word.

The sacred enunciated words of God in Genesis, "and God said" represented by the Hebrew word, "Vayomer" can be found inscribed on the other side of the pendant.

Beresheet (Genesis)

Inside the Hebrew symbol, "Pe" can be found within the Hebrew character "Beit." The "Assyrian" form of Hebrew scribing is used in the Kabbalah. The character "Pe" in this inscription contains the character "Beit" so that the Creator manifests within his words the "Beresheet" (Genesis) and the "Briaa" (Creation). The symbol, "Beit" at the beginning of the above two words, has a numerical value of two (2). The first "cell" of the Great Oneness of creation divides itself into two, and so on, thus continuing the process of creation.

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TALISMANS - What Are They Used For?

The word "Talisman," came from the Arabic, "tillman," and ultimately from the Greek verb "telein," which means, primarily, to initiate into the mysteries, and to achieve or create an influence. An object marked with sequences of patterns, symbols, numbers and/or prayers is usually considered a talisman conferring magical powers, healing, protection, success or other benefits on its owner. The Hamsa pendant, often designed to ward off the "evil eye" and shaped like a symmetrical hand, is a perfect example. These decorative objects have been used by nearly all of the religions throughout history.

Using Sacred Geometry on Talismans

Having universal power and recognition, sacred geometric symbols are often used in the creation of talismans. Nearly all the philosophical, religious and spiritual beliefs that came into being can be represented as sacred geometry symbols and used by both archaeologists and anthropologists to identify them.

A universal, mystical language of both the Creator and of nature itself can be found in sacred geometry. Both Pythagorean geometry and neo-Platonic geometry can also be found in sacred geometry. Spiritual, internal realities can be brought into an external expression through the use of sacred geometry symbols. For instance, the lotus symbol which is depicted as the lotus rising itself above the muddy pond, is a great sign of purity possessing universal significance and meaning with great effect.

The Invincible Six-Pointed Star Was Used by King David

During King David's reign, "David" in ancient Hebrew was spelled using three letters "Dalet", "Vav" and "Dalet." "Dalet" in archaic Hebrew is a triangle and "Vav" stands for "six." The six-pointed star was therefore used by the king to sign his name. Because this star points in six different angles (up, down, north, east, south west), and represents the reign of God over the entire creation, it was considered to protect one from all of these directions. King David may have placed this design on all his shields as a symbol of security in battle.

Many Different Kinds of Talismans Available

Some of the mystical and ancient talismans available include the following Jewish and Kabbalah Talismans such as The Star of David, The Hamsa, The Five Metals Ring, and The Tree of Life; Ancient Egyptian Talismans such as Scarab Beetle, Ankh, Heart Symbol, Buckle or Knot of Isis, Djed, Ba, Two Fingers and Udjat or Eye of Horus; Christian Talismans such as the Cross and the Fish; and Buddhist Talismans such as Buddha images, Mandalas, Om Symbols, and the Tibetan Knot.

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TETRACTYS - Multiple Layers of Spiritual and Mathematical Interpretation

The best way to describe the tetractys is a triangle with ten points flowing upward converging at the apex or highest point of the triangle. The way bowling pins are set up in a bowling alley is another way to visualize the tetractys triangle. This symbol is made very intriguing with its multiple layers of information contained within this symbol. The Pythagoreans and the adherents of the Kabbalah give great esoteric meaning to this geometric design.

The Tetractys' Pythagorean Significance

For the ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, originator of the Pythagorean Theorem of geometry, the tetractys symbolizes the harmonic, mathematic, and geometric proportions that provide the foundation of creation. There is a special significance found by Pythagoras in each line of the tetractys:

* First Line - The first line consists only of a single point. All things emanate from a dimensionless state, which is best described as a single point. The goodness of wisdom is often identified with the quality of oneness, unity or single-pointedness into which all other aspects join together.

* Second Line - The second line is two points connected by a single line representing the first dimension. Two points implies duality or separation from the Oneness or God, leading to strife, discord, and conflict. Strife is the power of division leading to the necessity of desire and motion, which leads to the virtues of courage and strength.

* Third Line - Here the dots are connected at three points, symbolizing the second dimension and the harmonious marriage of wisdom and beauty as depicted in the mythological figure of "Philotes" or Harmony.

* Fourth Line - The four mystical and ancient alchemical elements of earth, air, fire and water are represented by the four dots connected on this line.

The Pythagoreans found great meaning, hope and power in the knowledge of the tetractys as a means of achieving purity and peace of mind.

The Kabbalah's Interpretation of the Tetractys

While the Pythagorean version of the tetractys is arithmetic in nature, the Kabbalistic interpretation of the tetractys is more esoteric in nature. The Kabbalists, in a similar fashion to the Pythagoreans, also interpret the tetractys as a diagram of creation and of the way all things are organized in nature. Nevertheless, the Kabbalists go a step further by aligning it to the Tree of Life.

As found in the Tree of Life, the ten points of the tetractys symbolize the ten Sephiroth or the ten faces of God as well. The Kabbalists also saw a connection between the tetractys and the Tetragrammaton, which is the Hebrew name of the God of Israel or YHWH and is the way that the name of God is articulated.

Every one of the ten points of the tetractys can be replaced with a letter of the Tetragrammaton. The numeric value of each of these letters adds up to seventy-two (72). The practitioners of the Hebrew tradition and the members of the Kabbalah consider the number seventy-two (72) as a holy number, because it represents the seventy-two (72) names of the Creator.

Regarding the above two interpretations given to the tetractys, a wearer of a pendant designed exactly in the shape of the tetractys would communicate the intent of the beholder to gain spiritual enlightenment, and to enjoy an intimate communion with the divine.

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THE RIDDLE OF THE SEVEN-FOLD LABYRINTH

The Seven-Fold Labyrinth, said to have originated from Palaeolithic times, appears in various locations throughout the globe. Representing the spiritual development of the human being, the labyrinth is an archaic design of Celtic origin and has much significance. The labyrinth is a seven (7) layered pattern that forms a maze. Each layer corresponds to one of the seven (7) chakras or energy vortexes along with the seven (7) stages in mystical evolution.

What is the Riddle and Its Significance?

The riddle of the Seven-Fold Labyrinth is "how does one find one's way out from its center?" This question represents the idea of the soul's journey out through the seven sheafs of delusion until it reaches God or perfect wholeness. Once a person reaches this spiritual level that person merges at one with the universe.

There is a certain geometric key at its center from which the labyrinth can be created, that when turned inside out, one gets a square containing a circle with a dot at its center. This is the symbol of gold in Alchemy, and because it contains all the basic shapes, is said to be be foundation of geometry. It can also symbolize the greatest mystical achievement possible.

From this circle, many other forms can be created, such as the Vesica Pisces which represents the start of creation and the foundation of existence. Simply by adding more and more circles resulting next in The Seed of LIfe pattern and then the Flower of Life pattern, and so on indefinitely, all things in the universe are produced.

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THE JEWISH STAR OF DAVID

In Hebrew, "Star of David" is "Magen David." The Hebrew, "Magen David" translates to "Shield of David" because it was widely thought that the much loved King David of Israel had this symbol visible on all his shields, and used this symbol in the battlefield for protection. This possibility may have been true, however no Jewish artifacts or written material document this claim.

This design goes back to early Israel during the reign of the Roman Empire, however it has only become fully identified as a symbol of Judaism in more recent periods.

During the 17th century, more and more synagogues started displaying the Star of David on the outside of their temples to designate themselves as Jewish places of devotion. It has been forgotten why this particular design was used for this purpose. In modern times, this symbol is a widely used insignia for the Jewish culture. The "Magan David Adom" symbolized by a red "Star of David" is a nationally recognized first aid and disaster relief organization (the Israeli "Red Cross"). And, of course, the "Star of David" can also be found on the Israeli flag.

The Star of David and the Kabbalah

The "Star of David" contains two overlapping triangles, one pointing upwards and one pointing downwards symbolizing in the Kabbalah, the various opposing forces, such as good and evil, spiritual and physical; and considered by many cultures from the earliest times to represent the union or harmony of the male and female sexuality. The upward triangle represents the higher aspirations and noble accomplishments flowing toward heaven while the downward triangle represents the descending of blessings from heaven into our physical world. It is also known as the "Creator's Star." The center of the star represents the Sabbath, while each day of the week is represented by the six points.

The Invincible Six-Pointed Star Used by King David

During King David's reign, "David" in ancient Hebrew was spelled using three letters "Dalet", "Vav" and "Dalet." "Dalet" in archaic Hebrew is a triangle and "Vav" stands for "six." The six-pointed star was therefore used by the king to sign his name. Because this star points in six different angles (up, down, north, east, south west), and represents the reign of God over the entire creation, it was considered to protect one from all of these directions. King David may have placed this design on all his shields as a symbol of security in battle.

The Merkaba and the Star of David

The pranic flow of the meridians creates an egg-shaped aura of bioplasmic energy encompassing the body. This field is a complex shape with many aspects, often changing in colors depending on which emotions, thoughts and state of health one is having. There are also countless electromagnetic fields with exact geometries culminating toward three fields with the exact same dimensions all combined into a star tetrahedron or a three-dimensional "Star of David." Two of the three tetrahedron emanations can be rotated in opposite directions with a timeless yogic pranic breathing exercise which can help one develop or create the light body, which is a seventeen (17) meter wide pranic field.

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I CHING

A System of Divination that Combines Ease, Simplicity, Variability, and Persistency

The I Ching, also known as the "Book of Changes" and as the "Classic of Changes" and as "Zhouyi," is one of the most ancient of the Chinese classic texts. This text contains the most essential and basic aspects of Chinese cultural knowledge conveying an ancient system of philosophy and cosmology. The concepts of acceptance of change and balance through opposites is of central importance to this philosophy.

However, Western cultures seem to only regard the I Ching as a decision making tool when in fact it is the very heart of ancient Chinese wisdom and philosophy. The book contains a system of divination or method of fortune-telling using a collection of 64 hexagrams. Each hexagram would have a stack of six horizontal lines some unbroken and some with a gap in the center. Every hexagram would have a deep meaning or significance attached to it.

Each line of a hexagram completed with these methods is either stable (young) or changing (old); therefore, there are four possible variations for each line, consistent with the cycle of change from yin to yang and back again:
  • Old yin (yin changing into yang), which has the number 6 and symbol   --X--
  • Young yang (unchanging yang), which has the number 7 and symbol   ------
  • Young yin (unchanging yin), which has the number 8 and symbol   --  --
  • Old yang (yang changing into yin), which has the number 9 and symbol   --O--
Once a hexagram is created, each line would be interpreted as either changing (old) or unchanging (young). Old yin is perceived as more powerful than young yin, and old yang is more powerful than young yang. Any line in a hexagram that is old ("changing") adds additional significance to that hexagram.

I Ching is also known as "Yi Jing." "Yi" as a verb that stands for "to change" or replace one thing with another thing, and is also an adjective that stands for "simple and easy." "Jing" implies something that is permanent, unchanging, and something written that is of classic origin. The meaning behind this book runs quite deep. There are three concepts that it contains:

1. Simplicity - there is one law or power behind everything.

2. Variability - the constant change that surrounds us.

3. Persistency - those laws, aspects and effects that never change.

The Traditional View of the I Ching Throughout the Ages

More recently, the I Ching has been mainly used as a method of fortune telling, yet historically it has also been a major source of guidance, inspiration and wisdom in China for millennia.

According to tradition, the I Ching was written by the Chinese Emperor Fu Hsi who, according to one source, reigned (or lived?) 115 years from 2953 B. C. to 2838 B. C. The details of his life are engulfed in legend and mystery, while the actual origin of the I Ching may have been a divination method used in prehistoric times, at least as far back as 5000 B. C.

According to legend, Fu Hsi was blessed with the knowledge of the eight (8) triagrams which are eight (8) three-lined hexagrams representing heaven, wind, water, mountain, earth, thunder, fire, and lake. By the time another ruler of legendary status began residing over China from 2194 B. C. until 2149 B. C. the (8) triagrams allegedly changed into the sixty-four (64) hexagrams as documented in the scripture Lian Shan.

Sometime between 1099 B. C. and 1050 B. C., King Wen and the Duke of Chou added various commentaries to this ancient text. During the period of 722 B. C. until 481 B. C. Confucius was assumed (according to tradition) to have written the "Shi Yi" or "Ten Wings" which is a compilation of further explanations on the I Ching. During the Western Han Dynasty around 200 B. C., Shi Yi was also called, "Yi Zhuan" or "Commentary on the I Ching." In the meantime, "Zhou Yi" or "Changes of Zhou" was also added.

Modernist View of the History of the I Ching

Considerable research into the Shang and Zhou dynasty (1122 B. C. - 256 B. C.) oracle bones, Zhou bronze inscriptions and other evidence revealed that rather than being the work of one or several legendary or historical figures, the core divinatory text is presently considered to be an accumulation of Western Zhou divinatory concepts. Even the traditional idea that Confucius wrote the Shi Yi was doubted by 11th century A. D. scholar, Ouyang Xiu after a close analysis of the text, and today's scholars attribute most of them to the more recent Warring States period of 403 or 475 B. C. to 256 or 221 B. C. with some parts originating as late as the Western Han period of 206 B. C. to 220 A. D.

During the 1970's, Chinese excavators found complete Han dynasty tombs in Mawangdui close to Changsha, Hunan province. One of the tombs contained the Mawangdui Silk Texts, a second century B. C. adaptation of the I Ching, the "Dao De Jing" and similar texts. This variation of the I Ching was created from an archaic text version for the use of its Han patron.

As has come to pass with many other archaic esoteric teachings, the I Ching also found its way into modern society and throughout the Western world. The I Ching is now adopted by various practitioners to be applied to the many difficulties of today's society. It is now practiced in a similar way as the Tarot, astrology, numerology, palmistry and other related fortune telling methods.

Many fine pieces of jewelry based on the I Ching have also been fashioned in the form of silver and gold pendants depicting a "Yin Yang" symbol in the middle with eight (8) triagrams around the sides with "What was will be again, what happened will happen again. There's nothing new under the sun." written in Hebrew all around its eight (8) sided outer edge.

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Alphabetical List Including Most of the Jewelry Creations by David Weitzman


12 Key gold
12 Key silver
72 sacred names gold
72 sacred names silver
Abundance pendant silver
Abundance ring silver
Abundance pendant gold
Abundance ring gold
Alchemy pendant silver
Ana becoach gold
Ana becoach ring gold
Ana becoach ring silver
Ana becoach silver
Ana Becoach star gold
Ana Becoach star silver
Ankh and lotus necklace gold
Ankh and lotus necklace silver
Basho's Tsuba
Ben porat yosef ring gold
Ben porat yosef ring silver
Blot of Rorschach pendant gold
Blot of Rorschach pendant silver
Buddhi ring gold
Buddhi ring silver
Bulgakov ring gold
Bulgakov ring Silver with Zirkons
Butterfly Effect ring gold
Butterfly Effect ring silver
Cat's Eye Abundance ring gold
Cat's Eye Abundance ring silver
Christ consciousness - gold
Christ consciousness - silver
Cosmic wish box gold
Cosmic wish box silver
Cosmic wish pendant gold
Cosmic wish pendant silver
Courage pendant gold
Courage pendant silver
Destiny ring gold
Destiny ring silver
Dragon pendant gold
Dragon pendant silver
Dune pendant gold
Dune pendant silver
Dune ring gold
Dune ring silver
Earth grace ring gold
Earth grace ring silver
Egg of life gold
Egg of life silver
Egg of life star gold
Egg of life star silver
Egyptian Lotus ring gold
Egyptian Lotus ring silver
Emerald tablets gold
Emerald tablets silver
Enneagram pendant gold
Enneagram pendant silver
Eye of Horus gold
Eye of Horus silver
Fibonacci pendant gold
Fibonacci pendant silver
Five metal ring silver
Flower of life pendant - gold
Flower of life pendant - silver
Flower of Life ring gold
Flower of Life ring silver
Four winds ring gold
Four winds ring silver
Fruit of life pendant gold big
Fruit of life pendant gold small
Fruit of life pendant silver big
Fruit of life pendant silver small
Fruit of life ring gold
Fruit of life ring silver
Gates key silver
Genesa crystal gold with crystal
Genesa crystal pendant gold
Genesa crystal pendant silver
Genesa crystal silver with crystal
Genuine Egyptian Scarab gold
Gods word gold
Gods word silver
Golden spiral gold
Golden spiral gold ring
Golden spiral gold small
Golden spiral silver
Golden spiral silver ring
Golden spiral silver small
Gordian knot pendant gold big
Gordian knot pendant gold medium
Gordian knot pendant gold small
Gordian knot pendant silver big
Gordian knot pendant silver medium
Gordian knot pendant silver small
Grace and Truth pendant gold
Grace and Truth pendant silver
Guardian angel ring gold
Guardian angel ring silver
Hamsa ALD gold
Hamsa ALD silver
Hamsa ben porat yosef gold
Hamsa ben porat yosef silver
Hamsa CLI gold
Hamsa CLI silver
Hamsa MHSH gold
Hamsa MHSH silver
Hamsa SAL gold
Hamsa SAL silver
Hamsa SHAH gold
Hamsa SHAH silver
happiness pendant gold
happiness pendant silver
Happiness ring gold
Happiness ring silver
Horeb Unification gold
Horeb Unification silver
I am beloved's pendant gold
I am beloved's pendant silver
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Sacred Geometry: Deciphering the Code by Stephen Skinner - Editorial Review - From Booklist - Skinner, credited with introducing feng shui to the West, continues his search for the underlying order of the world with this beautifully illustrated examination of the notion that some geometries reveal hidden truths about the way the universe operates. Beginning with the Greeks, such as Euclid and Pythagoras, who, Skinner explains, invented geometry as a means of constructing sacred buildings in a way that was pleasing to the gods, the text explores a variety of natural and human-made examples of sacred geometry, including the construction of Stonehenge, the shapes of crystals, and the idea of "living spirals" (the horn of a goat, the shell of a nautilus, or DNA). While some parts of the book are harder to accept than others--see, for example, the discussion of crop circles--Skinner argues persuasively that many aspects of art, architecture, and science are linked through mathematics to universal principles that govern the universe. The book's success depends entirely on how much stock one puts in this basic premise, but Skinner makes a remarkably elegant case. David Pitt - Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

Product Description - A fascinating and inspirational look at the vital link between the hidden geometrical order of the universe, geometry in nature, and the geometry of the man-made world.

The Da Vinci Code has awakened the public to the powerful and very ancient idea that religious truths and mathematical principles are intimately intertwined. Sacred Geometry offers an accessible way of understanding how that connection is revealed in nature and the arts. Over the centuries, temple builders have relied on magic numbers to shape sacred spaces, astronomers have used geometry to calculate holy seasons, and philosophers have observed the harmony of the universe in the numerical properties of music. By showing how the discoveries of mathematics are manifested over and over again in biology and physics, and how they have inspired the greatest works of art, this illuminating study reveals the universal principles that link us to the infinite.

About the Author - Stephen Skinner is a renowned author. He has published over 20 books, which have been translated into more than 16 languages, on subjects such as sacred geometry, geomancy and divination, feng shui and prophecy. Location: UK. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.


Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice (Art and Imagination) by Robert Lawlor - Beautifully illustrated, well designed, valuable - Lawlor's book has been in my library since 1990. Excellent general presentation on the arts of sacred geometry and mandala. I've read it dozens of times, often for looking for analytical knowledge but sometimes just enjoying the soothing flow of beautiful illustration. Much insight is skillfully enclosed in this slender volume. Highly recommended!

Product Description - About the Art & Imagination Series: Explore a range of interests, philosophies, religions, and cultures - from Kabbalah to Freemasonry, Buddhism to Hinduism, myth to magic. The distinguished authors bring a wealth of knowledge, visionary thinking, and accessible writing to each intriguing subject in these lavishly illustrated, large-format paperback books.


Sacred Geometry (Wooden Books) by Miranda Lundy - Product Description - Geometry is one of a group of special sciences - Number, Music and Cosmology are the others - found identically in nearly every culture on earth. In this small volume, Miranda Lundy presents a unique introduction to this most ancient and timeless of universal sciences. Sacred Geometry demonstrates what happens to space in two dimensions - a subject last flowering in the art, science and architecture of the Renaissance and seen in the designs of Stonehenge, mosque decorations and church windows. With exquisite hand-drawn images throughout showing the relationship between shapes, the patterns of coin circles, and the definition of the golden section, it will forever alter the way in which you look at a triangle, hexagon, arch, or spiral.

Sacred Geometry [ILLUSTRATED] by Janosh - Product Description - Is there a geometric design to the universe? The ancient Greeks, Mayans, Egyptians, and others believed so, as evidenced by their use of nature's recurring mathematical patterns in architecture, music, and language. Today, this "sacred geometry" finds new expression in the creations of Dutch graphic artist Janosh, whose work has swept across Europe. With Sacred Geometry, he shares the life-changing gift revealed to him in a series of meditative visions he received from an energetic intelligence he calls the Arcturians. How does it work? "The geometric forms," Janosh explains, "provide an extra dimension to our natural senses, activating our physical, emotional, and spiritual evolution." Sacred Geometry gives you all the tools you need to realize your highest aspirations, including: * 33 stunning contemplation cards, each with a hologram and its corresponding theme--plus a display easel * 100-page tracing-paper pad and pencil for a kinesthetic experience with the holograms that "imprints" their underlying messages into your consciousness * 80-page hardcover journal for deeper reflection on the qualities and goals you are working toward Also featuring an 89-page study guide explaining the principles and practical applications of sacred geometry, and a music CD by neuropsychologist John Consemulder for relaxation and focus while contemplating Janosh's art, Sacred Geometry will assist you in the activation of your ultimate potential.

Math for Mystics: From the Fibonacci sequence to Luna's Labyrinth to the Golden Section and Other Secrets of Sacred Geometry by Renna Shesso - Product Description - A Magical Mystery Tour of Math History - Much of what we know as math comes to us directly from early astronomer magi who needed to be able to describe and record what they saw in the night sky. Everyone needed math: whether you were the king's court astrologer or a farmer marking the best time for planting, timekeeping and numbers really mattered. Mistake a numerical pattern of petals and you could poison yourself. Lose the rhythm of a sacred dance or the meter of a ritually told story and the intricately woven threads that hold life together were spoiled. Ignore the celestial clock of equinoxes and solstices, and you'd risk being caught short of food for the winter.

"As thoughtful as it is readable, Renna Shesso's Math for Mystics is the book I wish I had when I first started trying to make sense of the mathematics that underlie so much of modern magic and traditional occult lore. Not the least of its virtues is the way it makes magical number theory accessible even to those who think they don't like or can't handle math. It provides a first-rate introduction to a fairly neglected branch of magical lore." -- John Michael Greer Grand Archdruid, Ancient Order of Druids in America and author of The Druidry Handbook

Renna Shesso's friendly tone, delightful "math lore," meticulous research, and clear information makes math easy to understand. This marvelous book begins with the simplest lunary and planetary math and then tackles the most enigmatic of numerical esoterica such as Platonic Solids, the Golden Section, Luna's Labyrinth, and Benjamin Franklin's favorite way to pass the time, "Magical Squares," akin to the 17th century Sudoku.

For anyone who tried to understand the Fibonacci Sequence of numbers from Dan Brown's (son of a mathematician) The DaVinci Code, this book is for you! "In times past, math was seen as magic for its power and associations. It was even banned by authorities who thought it a threat--a power that no one else should hold. In this book, that ancient magic is relived, and the power yours." -- Jeff Hoke, author of The Museum of Lost Wonder


Sacred Geometry Oracle Deck (Cards) by Francene Hart - Product Description - The first divination tool based on the ancient science and sacred language of geometry.

* A 64-card deck with original artwork by nationally recognized visual artist Francene Hart.

* Allows readers to balance their energy fields and access higher levels of consciousness.

* Comprehensive guide includes spreads, card explanations, and reflective insights from a wide variety of sacred traditions.

Sacred geometry is the key that unlocks all of the world's art, science, and architecture. Called the language of light, its images and shapes are embedded in DNA, mandalas, pyramids, crystals, atoms, and hieroglyphs. Anyone who has ever gazed at a spider's web, meditated on a mandala or yantra, visited a pyramid, walked a labyrinth, or peered through a microscope has felt the effects of sacred geometry. Now the Sacred Geometry Oracle Deck introduces an entirely new way for you to gain access to this wisdom and unlock its power.

With splendid use of the full color spectrum and gentle natural forms, artist Francine Hart has created potent, compelling images accessible to both advanced and novice students of divination. The accompanying text includes a detailed interpretation of each card, sample spreads, and an excellent introduction to the science of sacred geometry. Working with these images balances human energy fields, allowing readers to access higher levels of consciousness, gain insight into life's challenges, and restore their connection to the world.


A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe: Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art, and Science by Michael S. Schneider - Editorial Review - From Booklist - In the spiral of the nautilus shell, in the veins of a maple leaf, in the bonds of the benzene ring--everywhere he looks, Schneider sees a cosmic geometry. Of course, the lines of this geometry have long attracted the attention of probing minds, including Pythagoras, Plato, the Psalmist, Demetrius, and Plotinus. The author weaves the insights of these thinkers and many more together in a tapestry of reflections (richly illustrated) on celestial harmonies. Once initiated into the ancient mysteries, the reader will recognize profound meanings--not merely scientific utility--in squares, triangles, and other common shapes. The reader needs no extraordinary expertise in mathematics to explore these pages, just a relish for intellectual adventure. Schneider helps us discover just how much mental energy can fit within the circle of new horizons. Bryce Christensen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

The Dimensions of Paradise: Sacred Geometry, Ancient Science, and the Heavenly Order on Earth by John Michell - Review - "John Michell's The Dimensions of Paradise is inarguably among the most important Gnostic transmissions of recent generations. With his candid, uncomplicated style, John has made widely available the visions, the laws, and the numbers held within pure geometry and which integrate earth and sky, movement and form, cosmos and mankind." (Robert Lawlor, author of Sacred Geometry: Its Philosophy and Practice and Voices of the First Day)

"John Michell has produced one of the primary texts for understanding the number system that encoded the prehistoric world view. He reveals how sacred geometry, myth, gematria, and the structure of numbers created a big picture lost soon after Plato, a knowledge replaced by derivative religious and materialistic ideas. The Dimensions of Paradise is an essential key to comprehending monuments such as the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge, but it also provides an initiatory journey into the ancient mind itself." (Richard Heath, author of Sacred Number and the Origins of Civilization)

Product Description - An in-depth look at the role of number as a bridge between Heaven and Earth

* Reveals the numerical code by which the ancients maintained high standards of art and culture

* Sets out the alchemical formulas for the fusion of elements and the numerical origins of various sacred names and numbers

* Describes the rediscovery of knowledge associated with the Holy Grail, through which the influence of the Heavenly Order is made active on Earth

The priests of ancient Egypt preserved a geometrical canon, a numerical code of harmonies and proportions, that they applied to music, art, statecraft, and all the institutions of their civilization. Plato, an initiate in the Egyptian mysteries, said it was the instrument by which the ancients maintained high, principled standards of civilization and culture over thousands of years.

In The Dimensions of Paradise, John Michell describes the results of a lifetime's research, demonstrating how the same numerical code underlies sacred structures from ancient times to the Christian era. In the measurements of Stonehenge, the foundation plan of Glastonbury, Plato's ideal city, and the Heavenly City of the New Jerusalem described in the vision of Saint John lie the science and cosmology on which the ancient world order was founded. The central revelation of this book is a structure of geometry and number representing the essential order of the heavens and functioning as a map of paradise.


Hunab Ku: 77 Sacred Symbols For Balancing Body and Spirit by Karen Speerstra and Joel Speerstra - Product Description - The Hunab Ku glyph, a yin-yang-like spiraling symbol of balance and harmony, represents the ancient Mayan god of creation. This god fills us with intelligent energy and ushers us into the Age of Consciousness, which, according to the Mayan calendar, begins on December 21,2012. HUNAB KU illustrates and describes 77 signs that will help you navigate your way on this journey toward enlightenment. Much like a tarot deck, the book invites you to explore, reflect on, and interpret visual symbols drawn from ancient sites, artifacts, and earthworks from around the world. Believers are drawn to these symbols and sites for worship and healing from the stone burial engravings of Sanchi Stupa, India, to the New Grange spirals in Ireland, to First Nations petroglyphs in the United States. These ancient signposts of the Age of Consciousness are already available to us; let HUNAB KU be your guide.

From the Publisher - *A richly illustrated book that draws on cross-cultural ancient symbols, numerology, archetypes, and earthworks, and the chakras. *Includes 77 vivid full-color illustrations placed within the framework and palette of the seven chakras.


The Fourth Dimension : Sacred Geometry, Alchemy, and Mathematics by Rudolf Steiner and David Booth - Product Description - "Anything dead tends to remain within the three ordinary dimensions, while anything living constantly transcends them" (Rudolf Steiner).

The point, line, plane and solid objects represent the first three dimensions, but a kind of reversal of space is involved in the ascent to a fourth dimension. Steiner leads us to the brink of this new perspective—as nearly as it can be done with words, diagrams, analogies, and examples of many kinds. In doing so, he continues his life-long project of demonstrating that our objective, everyday thinking is the lowest rung of a ladder that reaches up to literally infinite heights. The talks in this series and the selections from the question-and-answer sessions on many mathematical topics over the years are translated into English for the first time in The Fourth Dimension. They bring us to tantalizing new horizons of awareness where Steiner hoped to lead his listeners:

"Part of the charm of the fourth dimension is that it is a geometrical concept that interests popular culture as much as it does mathematicians. In both its popular and scientific applications, the fourth dimension has had both gnostic and agnostic exponents" (from the Introduction).


How to Create Sacred Geometry Mandalas by Martha Bartfeld - Product Description - Art Instruction. Contains step-by-step instructions to create 60 mandalas, using compass, protractor, ruler, eraser. Profusely diagrammed. No previous knowledge of geometry is required. Teaches how to improvise to create your own designs. Live tech support via fax and email.

Sacred Geometry Cards for the Visionary Path by Francene Hart - Product Description - A boxed set of cards and book, the sequel to Sacred Geometry Oracle Deck

* Contains 64 full-color cards created from original paintings by artist Francene Hart

* Includes a 160-page guide with wisdom readings for each card and 6 oracle spreads for personal and group readings

* By the creator of Sacred Geometry Oracle Deck

Sacred Geometry Cards for the Visionary Path provides encouragement and guidance to those on the path of conscious evolution. A natural continuation of and complement to the Sacred Geometry Oracle Deck, this divination set by artist Francene Hart contains 64 original full-color images that portray the sacred geometrical proportions in the natural forms of animals, oceans, and celestial bodies. The accompanying guidebook contains detailed interpretations of each card and 6 divination spreads for both personal and group readings.

Integrating math, science, and spirituality, these cards convey the wisdom of ancient cultures in which art, science, and religion were seen not as separate systems but as different facets of the same truth. Working with these cards incorporates this inclusive view into our own lives to bring balance to our energy fields and allow us to access higher levels of consciousness. The wisdom they reveal provides insight into life's challenges and helps restore us to a state of harmony with the natural rhythms of life.


Frequencies of Sacred Geometry 2009 Wall Calendar by Janosh - Product Description - The Greek philosopher Plato said, 'Geometry will draw the soul towards truth.' The mystery of creation lies hidden in geometry. The universe is shaped according to set geometric principles. These mathematical patterns appear everywhere; from the alignment of the stars to man-made architectural buildings. Dutch artist Janosh has incorporated these patterns into his dynamic artwork and invites you to experience them in The Frequencies of Sacred Geometry 2009 wall calendar. This innate knowledge is a universal part of the human brain, because geometry is deeply rooted in our body and cell memory, and is believed to resonate in the subconscious mind. Meditation on these Sacred Geometric shapes can move, inspire and enchant you. After years of working as a graphic designer, Janosh began experiencing visions of transparent energies expressed in different shapes and colors. Thus inspired, he translated these visions into this stunning digital art. Janosh has shown his multimedia presentations to the staff of the United Nations and his artwork has been exhibited internationally.

The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1 (Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life) by Drunvalo Melchizedek - Product Description - Once, all life in the universe knew the Flower of Life as the creation pattern - the geometrical design leading us into and out of physical existence. Then from a very high state of consciousness we fell in darkness and forgot who we were. For thousands of years the secret was held in ancient artifacts and carvings around the world, and encoded in the cells of all life.

Here Drunvalo Melchizedek presents in text and graphics the first half of the Flower of Life Workshop, illuninating the mysteries of how we came to be, why the world is the way it is and the subtle energies that allow our awareness to blossom into its true beauty.

Sacred Geometry is the form beneath our being and points to a divine order in our reality. We can follow that order form the invisible atom to the infinite stars, finding ourselves at each step. The information here is one path, but between the lines and drawings lie the feminine gems of intuitive understanding. Explore the miracle of our existence by meandering through the wonderland of geometry, science, ancient history and new discovery, seen through the widened vision of Drunvalo and the Flower of Life. Volume 2 will explore in great detail the Mer-Ka-Ba, the 55-foot-diameter energy field of the human lightbody. This knowledge leads to ascension and the next dimensional world.


The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 2 by Drunvalo Melchizedek - Product Description - The sacred Flower of Life pattern, the primary geometric generator of all physical form, is explored in even more depth in this volume, the second half of the Flower of Life workshop. The proportions of the human body, the nuances of human consciousness, the sizes and distances of the stars, planets and moons, even the creations of humankind, are all shown to reflect their origins in this beautiful and divine image. Through an intricate and detailed geometrical mapping, Drunvalo Melchizedek shows how the seemingly simple design of the Flower of Life contains the genesis of our entire third-dimensional existence.

From the pyramids and mysteries of Egypt to the new race of Indigo children, Drunvalo presents the sacred geometries of the Reality and the subtle energies that shape our world. We are led through a divinely inspired labyrinth of science and stories, logic and coincidence, on a path of remembering where we come from and the wonder and magic of who we are.

Finally, for the first time in print, Drunvalo shares the instructions for the Mer-Ka-Ba meditation, step-by-step techniques for the re-creation of the energy field of the evolved human, which is the key to ascension and the next dimensional world. If done from love, this ancient process of breathing prana opens up for us a world of tantalizing possibility in this dimension, from protective powers to the healing of oneself, of others and even of the planet.

Embrace the examined vision and understanding that Drunvalo offers to the world. Coincidences abound, miracles flourish and amazing stories of mysteries unveiled arise as the author probes the Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life.


Sacred Mathematics: Japanese Temple Geometry by Fukagawa Hidetoshi, Tony Rothman, and Freeman Dyson - Review - Now Fukagawa Hidetoshi, a mathematics teacher, and writer Tony Rothman present a collection of Sangaku problems in their book, Sacred Mathematics. The puzzles range from simple algebra within the grasp of any intermediate-school student, to challenging problems that require graduate-school mathematics to solve. Copious illustrations and many detailed solutions show the scope, complexity, and beauty of what was tackled in Japan during the Tokugawa shogunate. -- Peter J. Lu Nature Fascinating and beautiful book. Physics World

Review - Now Fukagawa Hidetoshi, a mathematics teacher, and writer Tony Rothman present a collection of Sangaku problems in their book, Sacred Mathematics. The puzzles range from simple algebra within the grasp of any intermediate-school student, to challenging problems that require graduate-school mathematics to solve. Copious illustrations and many detailed solutions show the scope, complexity, and beauty of what was tackled in Japan during the Tokugawa shogunate. (Peter J. Lu Nature)


Sacred Geometry Oracle by John Michael Greer - Product Description - You are the Architect of Your Own Destiny - Expand your awareness of the universal patterns that shape your life with the Sacred Geometry Oracle. Now, for the first time, you can use this ancient wisdom as a tool for meditation, divination, and self-exploration.

When we get to the point, run around in circles, or go off on a tangent, we're already interpreting our lives in geometrical terms. The same sort of awareness can be turned to the subtle and communicative designs of sacred geometry, making them into symbols that serve as a bridge between our intuitive awareness and the world of our experience.

This Oracle includes:

*Thirty-three cards, each bearing an important diagram from the lore of traditional sacred geometry

*An illustrated guidebook that presents the meaning of each card, how to cast and interpret readings, and meditation suggestions

*Step-by-step exercises for constructing traditional geometric forms and patterns (with the help of your own geometer's tools: compass, straightedge, pencil, and paper), and tool-storing space in the kit box.


Earth-Keeper: The Energy and Geometry of Sacred Sites - Grids, Vortexes and Portals of Gaia, The Living Earth by Tyberonn - Product Description - When you visit power sites and sacred sites, you are clarified and balanced, and you absorb and carry their light within you, and it becomes your own. Power points on your Earth are the very distribution centers of the prophesized event you term the Planetary Ascension, and as such they are tools for the frequencial ascension of both humankind and of the living planet. Includes 32 pages of color photos.

Matrix of Creation: Sacred Geometry in the Realm of the Planets by Richard Heath - Product Description - Reveals the ancient mathematical principles refuting the notion of the solar system as an accidental creation.

* Reveals how ancient civilizations encoded their secret knowledge of the sky in mythology, music, and sacred measures.

* Shows how modern culture can benefit from the ancient astronomical and astrological worldview based on number.

* Shows the role of ratio and harmonic proportions in the creation of the material world.

Humanity's understanding of number was deeper and richer when the concept of creation was rooted in direct experience. But modern sensibility favors knowledge based exclusively on physical laws. We have forgotten what our ancestors once knew: that numbers and their properties create the forms of the world. Ancient units of measurement held within them the secrets of cosmic proportion and alignment that are hidden by the arbitrary decimal units of modern mathematical thinking.

Sacred numbers arose from ancient man's observations of the heavens. Just as base ten numbers relate to the fingers and toes in terms of counting, each celestial period divides into the others like fingers revealing the base numbers of planetary creation. This ancient system made the art of counting a sacramental art, its units being given spiritual meanings beyond just measurement. The imperial yard, for example, retains a direct relationship to the Equator, the length of a day and a year, and the angular values of Earth, Moon, and Jupiter. The ancients encoded their secret knowledge of the skies within mythology, music, monuments, and units of sacred measurement. They understood that the ripeness of the natural world is the perfection of ratio and realized that the planetary environment--and time itself--was a creation of number.


The Lost Science of Measuring the Earth: Discovering the Sacred Geometry of the Ancients by Robin Heath and John Michell - Product Description - Two leading researchers into ancient wisdom demonstrate that the earth's dimensions were accurately known prior to 3000 BC. These astonishing findings, available for the first time, include a system of surveying and measure based on simple numerical and geometrical rules documents that remnants of this science still existed in medieval times when it became lost. It appears that the system was applied worldwide. Chapters include: Measurement and the Moon; Stonehenge & the Lunation Triangle; The Preseli Triangle; Prehistoric Precision: A Summary; The Numbers that Measure the Earth; Traditions of Ancient Surveyors in Britain; Secrets of the 52nd Parallel; Dates and Speculations "A Summary; Appendices.

Well written, innovative and challenging. -- Aubrey Burl, Stone Circles of Britain, Brittany and Ireland


Geometry of Design: Studies in Proportion and Composition by Kimberly Elam - Product Description - At last, a mathematical explanation of how art works presented in a manner we can all understand. Kimberly Elam takes the reader on a geometrical journey, lending insight and coherence to the design process by exploring the visual relationships that have foundations in mathematics as well as the essential qualities of life.

Geometry of Design-the first book in our new Design Briefs Series-takes a close look at a broad range of twentieth-century examples of design, architecture, and illustration (from the Barcelona chair to the Musica Viva poster, from the Braun handblender to the Conico kettle), revealing underlying geometric structures in their compositions. Explanations and techniques of visual analysis make the inherent mathematical relationships evident and a must-have for anyone involved in graphic arts. The book focuses not only on the classic systems of proportioning, such as the golden section and root rectangles, but also on less well known proportioning systems such as the Fibonacci Series. Through detailed diagrams these geometric systems are brought to life giving an effective insight into the design process.


Platonic & Archimedean Solids (Wooden Books) by Daud Sutton - Product Description - Whereas Sacred Geometry introduced readers to two-dimensional forms, Platonic & Archimedean Solids presents the world of three dimensions, which was understood as early as neolithic time. Daud Sutton elegantly explores the eighteen forms-from the cube to the octahedron and icosidodecahedron-that are the universal building blocks of three-dimensional space, and shows the fascinating relationships between them. For anyone interested in design, architecture, and mathematics, this will be a delight. Wooden Books

Small Books, Big Ideas Historically, in all known cultures on Earth, wise men and women studied the four great unchanging liberal arts -numbers, music, geometry and cosmology-and used them to inform the practical and decorative arts like medicine, pottery, agriculture and building. At one time, the metaphysical fields of the liberal arts were considered utterly universal, even placed above physics and religion. Today no one knows them. Walker & Company is proud to launch Wooden Books, a collectable series of concise books offering simple introductions to timeless sciences and vanishing arts.

Attractively simple in their appearance yet extremely informative in content, these unusual books are the perfect gift solution for all ages and occasions. The expanding title range is highly collectable and ensures continuing interest. In addition, the books are non-gloss and non-color, appealing to a greener book-buying public. Wooden Books are ideally suited to non-book outlets. Wooden Books are designed as timeless. Much of the information contained in them will be as true in five hundred years time as it was five hundred years ago. These books are designed as gifts, lovely to own. They are beautifully made, case-bound, printed using ultra-fine plates on the highest quality recycled laid paper, finished with thick recycled endpapers and sewn in sections. There are fine, hand drawn illustrations on every page.


The Golden Section: Nature's Greatest Secret by Scott Olsen - Product Description - A concise and useful handbook on the Golden Section—also known as the Golden Ratio and Golden Mean. The Golden Section is a line segment divided into two parts, such that the ratio of the short portion to the longer portion is equal to the ratio of the longer portion to the whole. It is one of the most elegant and beautiful ratios of the mathematical universe because of its combination of elegance and simplicity—hence the divine nature of its name. Drawing on art, architecture, philosophy, nature, mathematics, geometry, and music—and beautifully illustrated in the Wooden Books fashion with all manner of images—The Golden Section will tell the story of this remarkable construct and its wide ranging impact on civilization and the natural world.

Create Yourself - Secrets of Self Discovery and Healing with Sacred Geometry by Ivan Rados, Kate Cahill, and Lynda Philippsen - Review - Ivan Rados, the artist who illustrated the healer Adam s popular books, now has a book of his own, chronicling his personal journey and approach to energy healing. He challenges us to look at ourselves and the world differently indeed, a long-term quest, yet his self-help section and visualization exercises are immediately useful and accessible. I have successfully assisted many clients in their healing and am going to share some of my understandings with you. I shall give you some of my experiences and my explanations of them followed by exercises which have helped me and many others. I am certain that they will help you too. My intention is also to assist you in moving from a linear self of limited understanding to a holographic or multidimensional sense of who you are. I will also amplify your spiritual energies, by employing the use of different Sacred Geometry visualizations and creative methods, so that you can begin to consciously activate your gifts, talents, and extrasensory creative abilities. You can learn to heal yourself and others and connect to the multidimensional, creative nature of the Infinite Universe. You can t really arrive at yourself; you can only continue to realize and create yourself. That is the inner process of witnessing. There is no destination. Wherever you are, you are always at the beginning. Also, very often people will come to me to help them find meaning in life. Life has no meaning, so you can t find it. Life is an opportunity to create a meaning. The Infinite Universe is not a thing; it is the Ultimate Creativity. Life does not have a conclusion; it is the participation in life that creates the meaning. Life has to be a multidimensional experience if you want to create meaning, if you want to create your health, if you want to create yourself. --Banyen Books, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Product Description - Create Yourself is a fascinating and essential guide to finding yourself, health, peace and happiness through the process of self-help and visualization exercises with Sacred Geometry. This book is a highly original and inspiring piece of work, specially by knowing that there is no other material giving Sacred Geometry such an important place in our health and self discovery, which will offer readers the potential to recreate and heal themselves through the powerful forces of interconnectedness with each other and the universe. It s like reading a sacred text filled with modern scientific discovery that's written in an easy, clear, and enjoyable manner.


Chartres: Sacred Geometry, Sacred Space by Gordon Strachan and Oliver Perceval - Review - 'Read Gordon Strachan's book and then visit Chartres with an open mind and wide vision, to find personal insight. Illustrated with beautifully prepared drawings.' - Clive Hicks, Caduceus, September 2004 'It does not matter if you know nothing of sacred geometry; by the end of this book you will have effortlessly imbued a firm understanding of what it is, and how it is. [...] It is a fascinating read. Strachan's clear explanations of measurements, together with excellent graphics, take the reader on a revelatory journey of mystical spirituality.' - Logan Lewis-Proudlock, Light magazine, Winter 2003 'An inspiring and informative resource for those interested in religious architecture.' - The Beacon, July 2004 'Will delight anybody who recognizes the influence of the built environment. Copious illustrations adorn the text, illuminate the discourse and delight the eye. Gordon Strachan has produced a labour of love, and it shows.' - Clement Jewitt, Music and Psyche, 2004 'Quite simply, we have here a magnificent building that was produced by a unique blend of masonic skills, religious ideas and earth energies. To walk through Chartres is indeed to walk through a sacred space.' - Fortean Times, April 2004 'Chartres cathedral in France is one of the most important and popular sacred sites in Western Europe. The Rev. Strachan's new study examines the spiritual geometry of the church and suggests its significance is connected to an ancient combination of pagan worship, earth energies and the mystical harmony of Christian and Islamic architecture. Highly recommended.' - The Cauldron, August 2003 'Surprisingly, there's no heresy in this book. It's beautifully produced. It opens our eyes to the story of our historic relations with Islam. The deeper theme of seeing God in the darkness as well as the light is important, and so is the link between the geometry of square roots and the mysteriousness of Gothic, and of God. God isn't in a box, and can't be contained.' The Very Revd Jim Mein, Christ Church Episcopal, Edinburgh 'It is a beautifully illustrated book which explains both the beauty and the geometry of Gothic architecture as seen in Chartres.' The Rt Revd Brian Smith, Bishop of Edinburgh 'A detailed yet reader-friendly exploration of the mathematics of Pythagorean, early-Christian and Sufi geometry, leading to applications in medieval Gothic architecture. The author ends by stating that people are drawn to explore cathedrals ... he feels there is something 'alchemical' in the very architecture of the buildings themselves. I have always felt this and now have a better idea of why. Five pentacles.' - Cerridwen Connelly, Pentacle, Winter 2003

Product Description - In this ground-breaking new work, Gordon Strachan explores the magnificent structure of Chartres Cathedral and its influences on the medieval master builders. Using Chartres as a starting point, Dr. Strachan shows how the origins of the Gothic style—the pointed arch—may lie in Islamic architecture. He goes on to a fascinating and detailed consideration of how a particular architectural space affects us, and how sacred geometry creates sacred space.

Beautifully illustrated in a large format, this is an inspiring and informative book for anyone interested in religious architecture and spirituality.


The Golden Ratio: The Story of PHI, the World's Most Astonishing Number by Mario Livio - Editorial Reviews - From Publishers Weekly - Most readers will have at least dim memories from geometry class of the irrational number pi. Theoretical astrophysicist Livio gives pi's overlooked cousin phi its due with this lively account, the first on the subject written for the layperson. Phi is the golden ratio of antiquity (1.6180339887), a never-ending number so lauded for its harmonious qualities that in the 16th century it was dubbed the divine proportion. It is related to phenomena as diverse as the petal arrangements of roses, the breeding patterns of rabbits and the shape of our galaxy. Phi is also claimed to have been crucial in the design of the Great Pyramids, the composition of the Mona Lisa and the construction of Stradivarius violins. Livio (The Accelerating Universe) carefully investigates these and other claims and does not hesitate to debunk myths perpetuated by overzealous enthusiasts he calls "Golden Numberists." This is an engaging history of mathematics as well, addressing such perennial questions as the geometric basis of aesthetic pleasure and the nature of mathematical objects. Useful diagrams and handsome illustrations of works under discussion are amply provided. Livio is gifted with an accessible, entertaining style: one typical chapter bounds within five pages from an extended discourse on prime numbers to a clever Oscar Wilde quote about beauty to an amusing anecdote about Samuel Beckett and finally to an eminently clear explanation of G"del's incompleteness theorem. With a guide to the history of ideas as impassioned as Livio, even the math-phobic can experience the shock and pleasure of scientific discovery. This thoroughly enjoyable work vividly demonstrates to the general reader that, as Galileo put it, the universe is, indeed, written in the language of mathematics.

Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From School Library Journal - Adult/High School-Take something as simple as a line segment and mark it at just the right place. Looking at it with a mathematician's eye, an interesting relationship appears: the ratio between the whole line and the larger of the pieces it was broken into is the same as the ratio of the larger piece and smaller piece. Better known as "the golden ratio" or phi, 1.618- is a number that has fascinated humans for several hundred years, and people have claimed evidence of phi in all manner of things. Livio takes readers on a treasure hunt for phi from ancient times through the present. On the way, he debunks a number of popular myths (e.g., the notion that Mondrian used it in his abstract paintings) and does a wonderful job explaining the Fibonacci sequence and its relationship to phi. Small, black-and-white photos and reproductions demonstrate items mentioned in the text. While it may seem that the author wanders in his expositions, his excursions into history and number games add fun and depth for those who wish to follow. To get the most out of The Golden Ratio, it is best to have an understanding of algebra and basic trigonometry, although the book is great for general readers who don't mind working a little to gain a lot of understanding. - Sheila Shoup, Fairfax County Public Library, VA

Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title


The Geometry of Art and Life by Matila Ghyka - Product Description - This classic study probes the geometric interrelationships between art and life in discussions that range from Plato, Pythagoras and Archimedes to modern architecture and art, flowers, shells and marine life, the human face and much, much more. Also explored: the Golden Section, geometrical shapes on the plane, geometrical shapes in space, crystal lattices and many other fascinating topics.

Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles by Freddy Silva - Editorial Review - From Library Journal - Silva, who has worked in graphic design and advertising for most of his professional life, conveys his keen passion for earth mysticism in this probing examination of crop circles. He examines the history of crop circles, human interactions with them, their probable implications, and, in a section that is alone worth the price of the books for supporters, their effects on our current worldview. Silva also delves deeply into the evidence for crop circles' authenticity. In arguing that they are transhuman events, he discusses the role of electromagnetism and its effects, UFO phenomena and their relation to crop circles, the relationship between crop circles and healing, evidence supporting psychic ability, and language's ability to affect information consciously and subconsciously (this section is sure to stimulate those who suspect that crop circles are a hoax). Readers may be inspired to reexamine preconceived ideas, as Silva's explanations are detailed and well researched and avoid technical jargon. Footnotes and an extensive bibliography encourage further exploration. Recommended for psychic phenomena or metaphysical and New Age collections in public libraries, and for collections including contemporary works on controversies in science and mysticism. - Leroy Hommerding, Fort Myers Beach Lib. District, FL

Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Product Description - Crop Circles. What Are They? Who Makes Them? Why Are They Here?

They appear at night, complex designs mysteriously imprinted on fields of almost ripened grain. Nobody knows how they got there, or why. They leave the grain stalks in swirls, virtually undamaged. They exhibit mathematical precision. They demonstrate principles of geometry. They portray ancient religious symbols. Since the 1980s, some 10,000 crop circles have appeared, seemingly by magic, in England and 25 other countries. Each year the count grows, and the designs get more intricate, even fantastic. Governments tell us they're hoaxes, but the evidence shows that most are not.

What is going on?

Author Freddy Silva lives in Wessex, the four-county area of southern England that has been host to 90 percent of the world's crop circles. In Secrets in the Fields, he takes us on an exhilarating firsthand field trip into the heart of the mystery. Silva takes us to the scene of the enigma, before, after, and during the appearance of a fresh circle. He introduces us to farmers, researchers, scientists, mystics, hoaxers and debunkers. He tells:

* how to distinguish a hoaxed circle from a genuine one
* what the magnetic field disturbances might mean
* what time distortions observed at crop circles might mean
* how sound, light and microwave energy may be involved
* how a theory of music may account for their creation
* what the circle images mean

Deeply informative and copiously illustrated, this is the most comprehensive look at crop circles to date.


The Secret Doctrine of the Kabbalah: Recovering the Key to Hebraic Sacred Science by Leonora Leet - Amazon.com Review - The Secret Doctrine of the Kabbalah is the second book by Dr. Leonora Leet (with two more planned) to result from a project begun in 1978 with the accidental discovery of what she believes to be the ultimate source of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life diagram. Her first text, Renewing the Covenant: A Kabbalistic Guide to Jewish Spirituality, should be perused before attempting to decipher this brilliant but dense treatise. Not for the casual or merely curious reader, Leet's book expounds on such theoretical subjects as the Tetragrammaton, the Covenant of Number, the sacred science of sound and spiritual practice, Kabbalistic geometry, and cosmic genesis. She goes on to synthesize sacred science and Kabbalistic cosmology with quantum physics. If your IQ is at least comparable to your body weight, and your bent is unlocking the doors of the universe through geometry, this excruciatingly well-researched tome may get you in the front gate. --P. Randall Cohan

From Library Journal - Leet, author of Renewing the Covenant, has produced a book that is by turns dazzling and puzzling. No less than an attempt not only to improve upon the traditional summations of Kabbalistic truth and practice but to reconcile them with modern linguistic and cosmological theory, this will delight adepts but may leave beginners behind. Nevertheless, Leet's is an impressive work. For larger collections, especially where Jewish topics are in demand. Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.


Quantum Qabala by Eric Orion - Product Description - Quantum Qabala combines the esoteric knowledge of the mystical Qabalah with the arcane discoveries of quantum physics to take a dramatic step towards humanity's spiritual evolution. This Hermetic practice demonstrates the illusion of reality through quantum theory and the twelve sephiroth of the tree of life, revolutionizing the way you view astrology and the Tarot!

The Kabbalah Tree of Life Ritual Book by Kuriakos - Product Description - Kabbalah is one of the most powerful ways to change your life and bring money, success, love, psychic abilities, health and a powerful spiritual journey. This book, The Kabbalah Tree of Life Ritual Book, opens up these mystical secrets and shows you step by step how to easily open up the door to each Sephira on the Tree of Life. In chapter 1 The Kabbalah Ritual shows you step by step how to easily open up each path and in chapter 2 The Kabbalah Paths shows you each path and information about it starting with Path 32 Malkuth and working your way up to the top of the Tree of Life with Path 11 Kether. Finally in chapter 3 The Kabbalah Journal is for writing down all of your journeys. After thousand of years the secrets to the Kabbalah Tree of Life are finally unveiled and the powerful visions you will experience along your journey are ready to unfold…

How to Create Sacred Geometry Mandalas by Martha Bartfeld - Product Description - Art Instruction. Contains step-by-step instructions to create 60 mandalas, using compass, protractor, ruler, eraser. Profusely diagrammed. No previous knowledge of geometry is required. Teaches how to improvise to create your own designs. Live tech support via fax and email.

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The Flower of Life can be found in all the major religions of the world. In Egypt, whose tradition many people believe is the source of all the monotheistic religions, the "Flower of Life", can be found in the ancient Temple of Abydos. In Israel, you can find it in the ancient synagogues of the Galilee and in Mesada.
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Sri Yantra jewelry pendant gold
The SriYantra Penadant: The structure of the SriYantra pendant is one that provides abundance, beauty, and balance between male and female and between spiritual and material. Yantra is a mystical hindu concept that describes a structure or diagram used to balance or focus the consciousness...
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Golden-Spiral-silver
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Vesica Pisces
The Vesica Pisces is derived from the intersection of two circles, the Pythagorean "measure of the fish" that symbolizes the mystical intersection of the world of the divine with the world of matter, and correspondingly, the beginning of creation.
Go here to learn more.


Tree of Life
The Tree of Life is one of the most familiar of the Sacred Geometry Symbols. The structure of the Tree of Life is connected to the sacred teachings of the Jewish Kabbalah but can be seen in other traditions as well, such as the ancient Egyptian tradition.
Go here to learn more.


Golden-Spiral-gold
The Golden Spiral structure represents two well known sacred geometry shapes: the golden mean (phi) spiral and Fibonacci spiral. The Golden mean spiral is the secret proportion of beauty as it exists in nature.
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The Emerald Tablet bracelet contains the symbols of the ibis bird and the feather of Ma'at. The Ibis bird symbolizes Thoth, known as the ancient Egyptian god of wisdom and the scriber of the words of the gods. The feather of Ma'at is the symbol of the goddess of justice, truth and harmony.
Go here to learn more.


Nautilus jewelry pendant gold
The Nautilus pendant is based on the structure of the Nautilus shell. The Nautilus shell is one of the known shapes that represent the golden mean number. The golden mean number is also known as PHI - 1.6180339... The PHI is a number without an arithmetic solution...
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Christ consciousness
The Christ Consciousness pendant radiates a very high and subtle vibration and posseses excellent healing characteristics. It is called Christ consciousness because it looks like the human consciousness grid...
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Mobius ring
The Mobius strip, also called the twisted cylinder, is a one-sided nonorientable surface obtained by cutting a closed band into a single strip, giving one of the two ends thus produced a half twist, and then reattaching the...
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Flower of life
The Flower of Life shape contains a secret shape known as the fruit of life. It consists of 13 spheres that hold many mathematical and geometrical laws. These laws represent the whole universe. Giving the flower of life to someone is like giving them the whole universe in...
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Shefa Pendant
The Shefa symbol was received in direct transmission from Archangel Metatron by Dvora Pearlman. It was received as a teacher and a tool to learn, to use and to connect with the...
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Merkaba prana sphere
The Merkaba pendant symbolizes the flow of Prana energy (life force energy) in our body. By utilizing the ancient Prana breathing technique, we are able to restore the Prana flow through the pineal gland at the center of our brain.
Go here to learn more.


Christ Consciousness pendant
The Christ Consciousness pendant is made from a combination of 2 platonic solid shapes - the dodecahedron (12 five sided facets) and the icosahedrons (20 triangles). The structure of the Christ Consciousness pendant creates the third level consciousness grid of the human race, which is an electro magnetic field that surrounds planet earth and...
Go here to learn more.


Gordian Knot
The Gordian Knot pendant symbolizes the idea of unity which binds everything into one. The Gordian knot...
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