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PHI, METATRON’S CUBE AND THE HOLY NUMBER 108
by Marty Leeds
Greetings World Mystery readers! This article is the second article in a continuing series dealing with sacred number, sacred geometry and gematria. In the last article we took a look at the ancient art of gematria which is the art of assigning numbers to letters, what is known to many as Kabbalah or Cabala, and we deconstructed the English Alphabet using the numbers 1 through 7. We will not be going over the cipher again in this article so please take the time to read the first article in this series to familiarize yourself with the mathematical structure of our English Alphabet before trying to read on. You can watch many videos discussing this cipher at www.martyleeds33.com or on youtube/martyleeds33 . I also have two books for sale, Pi – The Great Work and Pi & The English Alphabet Volume 1, with a third, Pi & The English Alphabet Vol. 2 due out very soon.

The link for the video explaining the cipher is posted below and an abridged version of the cipher is shown here.
I have spent my entire adult life pursuing an answer for the meaning of this life and have always had an insatiable appetite for trying to understand this existence. I undertook this journey of discovery for many years knowing full well that there might not even be an answer to the big questions we all ask at some point in our lives:
 Why are we here?
 Is there a meaning to life?
 What happens when we die?
 Where did we come from?
 Is there a God?
This pursuit led me into inquiring into many subjects – I have dabbled in physics, theology, philosophy, history, archaeology, astronomy, etc. This yearning to understand the nature of reality and our place in it reached a fever pitch within the last few years and my passion and constant drive to find my own personal truths led me straight into the heart of mathematics and geometry.

I undertook the study of mathematics within the last few years of my life and concentrated on it very heavily because I felt that mathematics held within its workings the answers to many of the mysteries and enormous questions surrounding the nature of our reality. Through immersing myself in mathematics and geometry, I came to understand that mathematics was indeed a language – one that has been shared by all advanced cultures in all epochs of time. After working with simple mathematical principles, mainly adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, I started to communicate with it, started listening to what it had to tell me and realized that beneath the seemingly insurmountable study of math, the core of its structure was simple, beautiful and held within it the patterns and essence of our creation. Like many, my experience with mathematics in high school was extremely offputting. Math wasn’t something of cosmic import or something you could adore, appreciate or even, dare I say, have fun with, math was a headache and was something only brainiacs and bookworms pursued.
“Math is no more about equations than poetry is about spelling.” – Kalid Azad
During my numerical studies I ended up utilizing certain mathematical principles considered highly esoteric and numerological, such as decimal parity or digital root (something we will explore in depth in this article), mirroring numbers and number symbolism. Many contemporaries consider such methods as pseudoscientific, but by employing these methods the numbers themselves seemed to be transmitting higher realms and orders of information. From where I sat, there seemed to be a whole enchilada of goodies and gems hiding just beneath the surface of number. And due to my inherent inability to “let sleeping dogs lie” If you will, I fully intended to dig up those gleaming bits of wisdom and truth and gaze at their glory.
Let me put my cards on the table, I am an outsider. I am autodidactic and I learned everything I know about mathematics, geometry and gematria on my own, being highly influenced by many writers and researchers both new and old. The likes of Marko Rodin, Scott Onstott, John Michell, Robin and Richard Heath, Michael S. Schneider, John Anthony West, R.A. Schwaller De lubicz, Laird Scranton, Manly P. Hall and Santos Bonacci, to name just a few, were instrumental in helping me pursue the line of thinking that has led me to the discoveries I have put forth today. I am deeply indebted to these people and many others and without these scholarly heroes making enormous strides in their work, I would not be here writing this blog and putting forth my videos and books. That is a fact.
“If I have seen a little further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” – Isaac Newton
Coming in through the side door, having no professional experience and having no accreditations from any university has put me in a position to not be taken seriously by contemporary higher institutions of learning, by scientists or by scholars of all sorts – but it has also gifted me the blessing of having a fresh perspective on the world of language and math. My limited experience at the university level taught me that so many institutions of higher learning wish only to regurgitate the paradigm of knowledge accepted at the time. Most modern school systems do wish to push the boundaries or break the molds. Within mathematics, I saw an entire world left to be discovered – unchartered waters that our current system of thought was not willing to even send a little skiff out into. Upon getting my sea legs in mathematics, I in turn found myself getting drenched with the beauty of sacred number and sacred geometry.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – Buckminster Fuller
My goal in my ongoing web series and within my books has been to try to merge mathematics and spirituality and relate them directly to the human being. Selfcentered as it may sound, the question that I consistently asked was “What does all this have to do with me?” Through my own personal experience with number, and years of pursuing a personal philosophy and a certain line of thinking, I saw many correlations between theology, mythology, philosophy and the sciences. These subjects didn’t seem like separate entities but rather different aspects of an interwoven whole – a whole that could be intuited, grasped and understood with the magic of numbers. I had no set beliefs going into my pursuit. I wasn’t agnostic, atheist, Christian, Muslim or Jewish. I was not and am not a Freemason, a member of any sort of underground or secret society, I don’t consider myself democrat or republican and I am not specialized in any particular field of research. The only thing I can honestly say is that I was openminded and discerning about all the information I had accrued and gathered over the years and that mindset turned out to be the most important philosophy I ever undertook in my life.
“You want to be openminded but not so much as to hear the wind whipping between your ears.” –Terence McKenna
The Golden Ratio PHI – A Key to Unlock the Heavens and Earth
Within the word philosophy consists of one of the most important mathematical ratios of all known by the ancient Greeks as Phi and Phee (PHI – loso – PHEE). Phi and its counterpart Phee are deemed the Golden Mean, the Golden Proportion and the Golden Ratio. This ratio is the number 1.618 and is the number upon which all of nature performs her balancing act. The word “mean” is defined as “occupying a position between two extremes” and it is within this number that all of nature blooms into magnificence. Through the very word philosophy, our ancestors were trying to guide us in our thinking, informing us that in order to truly pontificate, ponder, ruminate and ultimately understand the workings of our cosmos, one would need to immerse himself in the power of number. Phi was not just some arbitrary number or ratio somehow manifested through mindless chaotic universal construction but a key to unlock the door to certain universal truths within the sacredness of the Heavens and Earth.
“Whoever cultivates the golden mean avoids both the poverty of the hovel and the envy of the palace.” – Horace
The ratio of Phi is understood mathematically as the total length “a + b” is to the length of the longer segment “a” as the length of “a” is to the length of the shorter segment “b”.
This proportion is expressed on the human body.
From the bottom of your feet to your navel equals 1 and the navel to the top of your head equals .618, making you, the complete man, approximately 1.618. From your elbow to your wrist equals 1 and your wrist to the end of your middle finger equals .618, making your complete arm, roughly 1.618.
This ratio constructs the human temple and is a tool to help one recognize that the human being is indeed a balance or mean between the two extremes of the as above and the so below. You are the central balancing node between the Heavens above and the Earth below. The Golden Mean is a ratio to help establish meaning in your life. It is there to help you understand this world rationally.
“In order to come to an UNDERSTANDING of this world, you first need to know what you are STANDING UNDER and what is UNDER what you are STANDING on – and these are of course the Heavens and the Earth. By contemplating these two eternal concepts you may just come to the UNDERSTANDING that they balance each other by nothing more and nothing less than yourself.” – Claudia Pavonis
We can find the Golden Ratio within the Fibonacci Sequence. The Fibonacci Sequence is a sequence that was rediscovered in the 13th century by the French mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, also known as Leonardo Fibonacci. The sequence was originally formed to calculate how rabbits multiply when they mate. The series grows accruing terms that come from within itself, taking nothing from outside the sequence of growth. This pattern spirals as it grows to fruition. This spiral pattern is evident all throughout nature: tornadoes, sunflowers, ocean waves and pine cones all form from this fundamental sequence. From the first term, 0 the Fibonacci Sequence grows by simple addition.
By taking a number later in the sequence and dividing it by its predecessor we can find our holy ratio of 1.618. Example: 144 / 89 = 1.618…. Many people nowadays are familiar with the Fibonacci Sequence and this will undoubtedly be a review for many readers. Even if you are not familiar with the sequence, you have surely seen its wonders play out in the world. Even your credit cards and IDs are created by the ratio of Phi.
We can also find this ratio within the balancing number in our number line, the number 5. The number 5 is the balancing point between the numbers 0 and 10 (or 1 and 9).
A Pentagram (penta meaning 5) encodes 1.618 as well if we measure the smaller half of one of the arms of the star, it will proportion out to .618 with the larger half being 1. Human beings are constructed using the number 5. We have 5 senses, 5 fingers on each hand, 5 toes on each foot and 5 extensions from our torso. Phi and Phive are intimately linked to the construction of the human being.
The Holy Number 108
In this article, we will be exploring in depth the very holy number 108 and its relationship to the Fibonacci sequence and the number 5. If you notice above, the number 108 is the number of degrees between the top arms of the pentagram. The number 108 is a number that has shown its face time and time again throughout history and is, in the opinion of this author, a key vertex in the archetypal architecture of our creation. What is so important about this number? In both Pi – The Great Work and Pi & The English Alphabet Vol. 1 I highlight some of the many places this number shows its face. They are listed below:
 There are 54 letters in the Sanskrit alphabet, and each has masculine and feminine (shiva and shakti) qualities. 54 times 2 equals 108.
 The Indian Subcontinent rosary, or set of mantra counting, has 108 beads.
 In the Krishna tradition, there were said to be 108 gopis of Krishna
 The radius of the Moon is 1,080 miles.
 The number 108 is used in Islam to refer to God.
 The Chinese Buddhists and Taoists use a 108 bead mala, which is called suchu, and has 3 dividing beads, so the mala is divided into three parts of 36 each.
 The Sikh tradition has a mala of 108 knots tied in a string of wool, rather than beads.
 There are 9 planets in the Solar System and 12 ages of the Zodiac. 9 x 12 = 108.
 Atman, the human soul or center, goes through 108 stages on the journey.
There are many more examples of where this number 108 shows its face but these few are enough to make us ask the questions;
 Why 108?
 Where did this number come from?
 Why is it so special and consistently seen across the world?
 Why does it seem to be attached to spiritualties such as Sikh, Hinduism, Taoism and Buddhism?
We are going to find this Holy 108 within the spiraling unfolding Fibonacci sequence. It is interesting to note the similarities between the words SPIRitual and SPIRal.
Decimal Parity
In the last article we briefly touched on the ancient numerological practice known as decimal parity. Decimal parity is a method not used in contemporary mathematics but is one that was utilized by mystics, magis, astrologers and spiritual philosophers of the past. Termed decimal parity, digital root, Pythagorean addition, Kabbalistic reduction and Theosophical addition, this technique breaks any number down to the numbers 1 – 9 and in doing so allows one to view not just the quantity, but the quality and essence of a number as well. The modern approach to math does not allow for such “numeric trickery”. Modern science and mathematics leaves basically no room for interpretation or for a philosophical understanding of number itself. Numbers were not created by man – numbers are the creation of nature and of the divine and the more ways we can understand this natural language, the more we will understand our Earth, our cosmos and ourselves. Simply put, decimal parity gives us another way of speaking the language of God.
So how exactly does decimal parity work? Decimal parity is simple. No matter how large or complex the number, we can break it down to its decimal or digital root.
For example, let’s look at the number 987,654,321. By combining the individual digits of this number, we can find its digital root by utilizing one of the most basic mathematical principles of all; addition. 9 + 8 + 7 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 45 and 4 + 5 = 9 Therefore the essence, quality or decimal parity equivalent of 987,654,321 is 9.
Let’s try another. Let’s find the decimal parity equivalent of the number 361. 3 + 6 + 1 = 10 and 1 + 0 = 1 Therefore the essence, quality or decimal parity equivalent of 361 is 1.
We can now take this technique over to the Fibonacci sequence to see what this mighty sequence has to offer us. Shown below is the graphic for the breakdown of the Fibonacci sequence but this time with its decimal parity equivalents highlighted in green. Notice 13 now becomes 4, 21 becomes 3, 34 becomes 7, etc.
If we continue this process out, we will find a repeating string of 24 digits within the Fibonacci Sequence being the following:
(0), 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 4, 3, 7, 1, 8, 9, 8, 8, 7, 6, 4, 1, 5, 6, 2, 8, 1
This pattern of numbers will repeat itself ad infinitum due to the Fibonacci sequence’s selfgenerated process of growth with the only variation being the first term, or the digit ZERO. The first term in the sequence is a zero in the first cycle but becomes a 9 every cycle thereafter. (0/9) This difference is shown and highlighted below:
First sequence – (0), 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 4, 3, 7, 1, 8, 9, 8, 8, 7, 6, 4, 1, 5, 6, 2, 8, 1 Every sequence thereafter – (9), 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 4, 3, 7, 1, 8, 9, 8, 8, 7, 6, 4, 1, 5, 6, 2, 8, 1
We will not be going over the math here due to space constraints but if you would like to see the math, I have it highlighted in my book Pi – The Great Work, page 45. The first 24 numbers of the Fibonacci Sequence – before Decimal Parity reduction are:
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765, 10946, 17711, 28657.
With, once again, its decimal parity equivalents being:
(0), 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 4, 3, 7, 1, 8, 9, 8, 8, 7, 6, 4, 1, 5, 6, 2, 8, 1.
If we add these 24 digits up, we find our holy number 108.
0 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 5 + 8 + 4 + 3 + 7 + 1 + 8 + 9 + 8 + 8 + 7 + 6 + 4 + 1 + 5 + 6 + 2 + 8 + 1 = 108
This sequence has been independently confirmed by several other scholars. Scott Onstott of www.secretsinplainsight.com and Jain of www.jainmathemagics.com have both calculated this sequence. I came to find this through my own studies and it should be noteworthy to the reader that due to the fact that this number shows its face time and time again in many different cultures, we can easily conclude that this sequence has been rediscovered by many seekers throughout the ages. Luckily for our current age, this mathematical jewel is beginning to show its face again from the depths of obscurity, just quite possibly to remind us of the harmonious and simplistic nature in which the divine wishes to speak to us.
Metatron’s Cube
The spiral or spiritual nature of the Fibonacci sequence, as it unfolds, wishes to inform us about the cyclical nature of the cosmos. Planets, stars, galaxies, seasons and even life and death itself are cyclical. Since the Fibonacci sequence wishes to inform us about the power of spirals, let’s wrap this sequence around a circle. In doing this, we can connect our starting number ZERO to the numbers in the sequence divisible by 3 with those being 3, 3, 9, 6 and 6. Notice these numbers are separated by three numbers between them, showing us the power of the Trinity within the Fibonacci sequence. Connecting these numbers, we can actually form what is known as the Seal of Solomon or Star of David. We can also construct what is known in sacred geometry as Metatron’s Cube. Metatron is mentioned in the Pseudepigrapha and most prominently in the Hebrew Merkabah Book of Enoch. The book describes the link between Enoch, son of Jared (great grandfather of Noah) and his transformation into the angel Metatron. His grand title was “the lesser YHWH”.
Metatron’s Cube is a twodimensional geometric figure created from 13 equal circles. 6 circles are placed in a hexagonal pattern around a central circle with 6 more extending out along the same radial lines. It is 12 spheres around 1, reflecting the 12 hours of a clock as well as Jesus and his 12 disciples and the 12 ages of the zodiac around our sun. Metatron’s Cube is considered one of the most holy of the ancient sacred geometrical symbols and one that encodes the 5 Platonic solids. The Platonic solids are the 5 polygons that can be constructed within a sphere and are named after the Greek philosopher Plato. Metatron’s Cube is directly related to the Holy 108 of Phi as shown below.
I show this entire concept in a brief, unnarrated video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64Xi7LIqxZk
If you would like to study this in depth it is available in both my books. There is much more to find within this very holy geometric construction and I urge the reader to study and explore this in depth. But this is not the only place we can find our Holy 108!
We can also use the cipher for the English Alphabet to find three key places in which our holy 108 wishes to show its face. Once again, the cipher is shown below.
Since we are dealing with simple mathematics, we can use our cipher on the four basic mathematical principles everyone is well acquainted with, mainly adding subtracting, multiplying and dividing. When we use the cipher on the phrase “ADD, SUBTRACT, MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE” we find it sums to none other than 108.
ADD, SUBTRACT, MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE 144 66275137 16275322 114 455545 = 108!
Quite interesting but is this merely a coincidence?
“In the magical world, there are no coincidences and there are no accidents.” – William Burroughs
One of the most prominent angles, the semicircle, or ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY DEGREES finds us at that holy number 108 yet again!
ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY DEGREES 215 6614554 557672 4575556 = 108!
It would seem that the number 108 is hiding just beneath the surface of so many important mathematical principles. In the opinion of this author, this is not a coincidence and invariably shows the occult nature of our reality. Occult means hidden and the mystics and spiritually advanced people of the past absolutely understood that lying just below the thin veneer of our everyday reality exists a beautiful matrix of simple number patterns. By “reading between the lines” of number, one is allowed access to the flowing oceanic numeric tides within the mind of God. Even St. John wanted to tell us about this number in his most cryptic verse:
13:18 – Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
Six hundred three score and six translates to the number 666. Using the English cipher, we can find what else was intended, or occulted behind the beastly number 666. SIX HUNDRED THREE SCORE SIX 653 6614554 76555 63255 653 = 108!
Thanks for your time and stay tuned for another article within the next month. Please visit www.martyleeds33.com or www.schooloftheholyscience.org for more info on gematria, numerology, sacred number, sacred geometry, astrology and all things related to Pi! Thank you!
Copyright 2013 Marty Leeds Presented with Permission of the Author
About the Author
Greetings. My name is Marty Leeds and I am the author of three books, Pi – The Great Work and Pi & The English Alphabet Volume 1 & 2, dealing with numerology, astrology, sacred geometry and gematria. I have an ongoing web series discussing many subjects that you can find at www.martyleeds33.com as well as on youtube/martyleeds33. My intention and goal is to try to teach the basics of these subjects in a fun, easily digestible way so that anyone with an open mind and a yearning to understand the fundamentals of our universal construction may grasp them. Please visit my website and check out the books I have available for further study on these subjects. All the material on the web is presented for free and I intend to post many more videos as time goes on. If you like what I am presenting, please pass it along to your friends and loved ones so they may enjoy it as well and please support my efforts so I may bring more of my understanding of this material to you. My books are available via my website or amazon.com. I am also a teacher at the website www.schooloftheholyscience.org along with Johan Oldenkamp, Santos Bonacci, Bill Donahue and a growing list of others. Our aim at the school is to bring the wisdom and knowledge of our ancestors to the current age in an attempt to unearth and revive a true understanding of our cosmos as well as to reaffirm our place in it. I hope these articles can help, in some small way, revive the wisdom of the old and help it flourish in the hearts and minds of seekers in our current era.
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Metatron's Cube
The image you see above is the correct version of "Metatron’s Cube", or the fruit of life with the 5 platonic solids. I made it with a 3D program and what you see are the actual edges of the platonic solids.
The dodecahedron and icosahedron actually have their "inner" corner points touching the star tetrahedron that fits in a circle that is = 1/Ø x the circle connecting the corners of the outer cube.
Where Ø ("phi") = 1.618 033 988 749 594 ...
The way to figure out drawing this is by beginning with the normal flower of life "grid" (of 5 nonintersecting inner circles, or in this case: 7 intersecting full circles  left image):
Then draw a circle that is equal to 1/Ø x the outer circle.
For this, put the point of a compass on the middle of the vertical radius (in the centre of the second "flower" from the top along the vertical axis) and draw a circle from where the horizontal axis (through the middle of the circle) cuts the outer circle (see below); The circle you can draw when you put one point of the compass in the centre of the grid, and draw a circle from where the other circle cuts the vertical axis (through the middle of the circle), is a circle Ø times smaller than the outer circle:
After this, draw the appropriate startetrahedron(s) and you have found all the points necessary to draw the other platonic solids.
Here are all the platonic solids the way they fit in Metatron’s cube:
Tetrahedron

Star tetrahedron

Cube

Octahedron

Dodecahedron

Icosahedron

All platonic solids
Not all solids can be (fully) seen, as some lines are hidden behind others.
All solids as in metatron’s cube, seen from side

Here are all the solids of Metatron’s cube. This is what you see in Metatron’s cube from the top, but here it is seen from the (right) side.

Classic representation of dodecahdron in tetrahedron

This is a correct version of a dodecahdron in a startetrahedron. It’s a classic representation that is commonly done in a way that is incorrect.

The corners of the dodecahedron are found by drawing lines from the corners of the big startetrahedron to those of a startetrahedron that is Ø times smaller. .

from Sangraal Website
Drawing by Drunvalo Melchizedek
Perhaps you can see the rectangle with the triad on top and bottom. It is part of the cube nested within a cube. Metatron’s Cube is the incubator of 3D. It represents a box within a box or a cube nested within a cube.
The Tesseract
Drawing comes from a book published in 1928 titled "Theosophy and the Fourth Dimension" by Alexander Horne.

The Tesseract represents a process in which one might peer into the fourth dimension. The drawings of the Dodecahedron  Eve’s Grid and the Tesseract are basically the same geometry except that the Tesseract is tilted so you might better define the six sections.
Outlined in red is one of the six sections. The idea is to go into the outlined area and see it as a cube. Once you have visualized being inside the cube, it represents the cube of 4D. Click on the Tesseract to get a larger image for visualization.
It often takes a student several tries to actually get inside the 4D cube. The larger image works much better than the small one. If you have difficulty after a couple of days, perhaps stop for a few days and try again. It took me several attempts to see it the first time.
Seeing the cube within a cube dimensionally leads one to consider the nature of the Holographic model. It has the nature of being exactly the same structure if you were to tear off a piece from the edge. The integrity of the geometry would be maintained infinitely. The image below could be that of the corner you just ripped off the edge.
Above, we see that the Tree of Life is contained in Metatron’s Cube/Grid. The view above comes from the Seed of Life, therefore metaphorically, the Tree is contained within the seed, and is a fractal property from the beginning.

Drawing by Drunvalo Melchizedek

When considering the Flower of life Geometries, keep in mind that curved lines represent female characteristics and straight lines represent male characteristics. The drawing depicts the holographic nature of the male and female character of the grid work and a deeper, more "within" nature, of Metatron’s Cube.
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Nine Worlds / Nine Months
If we add a sphere for the stars at the top and one for the earth at the bottom of the hexagram we get a figure similar to Manley P. Hall's Nine Worlds image below. Hall recommends that this is the form of the Norse Tree of Life, Yggdrasil. Since in the Norse cosmology the earth is at the center and the sun, as the soul's goal, is at the top, this is a geocentric image, but the basic form is the same as the hexagram image above.
Metatron's Cube
As you can see there are four markers for the cardinal directions which along with the first nine circles figure to us a 3D Cartesian coordinate grid and the six directions in space , what we call the 'cube of space', or Metatron's Cube (below) which should now be seen in a new light as 13 celestial spheres. If the earth is not the center as in the nine worlds image we need new points as direction markers. And we find them in Ezekiel. A man, a lion, ox and an eagle. And Rev 4 lion calf man eagle which is Aq Leo Taurus and Scorpio. the fixed signs in the zodiac. In the context of the solar system, these represent the four corners.
Ezekiel's story about wheels within wheels may just turn out to be an astronomical metaphor illustrated by Metatron's Cube. The sun is located correctly at the center. The new corners are the fixed zodiac signs. Six new spheres have been added to the original hexagram image for a total of thirteen. Metatron's Cube is a heliocentric version of the Nine World's image above.
Enoch
We read in the Bible that Enoch was the sixth patriarch after Adam and that he lived 365 years (the number of days in a solar year on earth) before he was transported to heaven. Kabbalistic legend tells us that he was transmuted into Archangel Metatron, as in Metatron's Cube. That is, Enoch is the 7th Patriarch (as in 7 spheres) and is associated with the sun; and Metatron's Cube is Enoch's Cube.
In the Southern Jourisdiction of the Scottish Rites the Thirteenth Degree relates to what is called the Royal Arch of Enoch (as in an arch supported by two columns). In this Enoch legend he is instructed to excavate nine chambers featuring nine arches and to hide a white cube bearing a golden triangle inscribed with the name of God. Instead of dealing with the soul's journey alone (as Metatron's Cube appears to) this legend deals with the history of the World/Universe. In Enoch's myth, the cube represents materiality in general (Shekinah), and the golden traingle represents the divine spark inherent in everything. (see Alchemy, Hasidism etc.) The lowest of the nine arcs (ark, arch) in this scheme is the earth. This is the Shekinah story again.
Manley Hall suggests that the nine worlds image relates to the nine stages of the Nordic initiation, the chambers where the rites were performed and the nine divisions of their cosmological template. Albert Pike suggests the same thing of the Enoch legend, that it pointed to a rite with nine stages that was performed literally underground, the form of which was related mathematically to their astronomical template. The logic goes like this: We'll form a club based on the nine planetary spheres, there with will be nine degrees to represent the phases of the souls journey. These numbers and ideas will inform our architecture and ceremonies. Underground chambers symbolize the womb, and nine of them would represent the human gestation period, nine months. The legend is an astronomy learning tool fashioned around the story of human reproduction.
The US Great Seal
If you look at the configuration of stars above the eagles head on the back of the One Dollar bill, you will see that the central stars are aligned differently than the inner ring of circles in Metatron's Cube. In the cube five circles each are aligned along three axes that cross the center point. In the seal the stars align along lines that connect every other outer point, four on each line. Lines in this configuration never cross the center point. This makes a better representation of a cubic city with 12 gates than the Metatron's Cube arrangement does. The cube features the hexagon and the seal the hexagram (st. of david).
There are 13 layers of stones on the pyramid, 13 stars above the eagle, and nine feathers in the eagle's tail. Overlapping equal circles centered on the same line (vesica pisces) help locate the corners of inscribed triangles and hexagrams. Three overlapping equal circles mark the diameter of a circle 4r or 2d wide, twice the size of the inner circle, as well as the diameters of four 1r wide circles. In the image on the right above we match the small circle at the top of the figure with the circle around the stars above the eagle.
The model for the seal configuration is twin tetractys of ten points each. (The Pythagoreans named the number 10 tetractys because it was the sum of the first four numbers.) The 13 symbolism in the seal could bear looking at again in light of this finding. 13 can be understood as the sun and 12 zodiac signs, 13 lunar months a year, or nine celestial spheres and the four directions as in Metatron's Cube.
The DC map
Looking at the DC map you can see that the pentagram seems to form an isoceles triangle with New Hampshire Ave as the left side. 16th Street provides the center line for that triangle that centers on the WH. Penn Ave runs from NW to SE, from Georgetown to the WH the CB and the East Branch of the Potomac. NYA crosses at the WH as well making the three axes which form the diagonals of the large rectangle in the cube. N St marks the top side of this rect. in the map.
The five points on 16th St are the top of the triangle, Scott Circle, the WH, the Wash Mmt, and the Jeff Mml. The points on Penn Ave are Georgetown, Washington Cr, The WH, the Nat Archives Bldg., and the Capitol. Nick Mann claims that the DC planners didn't use a hexagonal form for the map, when in fact they used it for both the map and the Great Seal design. They used a hexagon and the pentagon in the map.



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At the other end of the scientific spectrum of contemporary science an ancient science is being restored. For ages it has been preserved carefully. It is more or less an art form and it is called ‘sacred geometry’. Why sacred, what is so sacred about geometry? In spiritual mysteryschools of the past it was taught that sacred geometry has been used by God to create the universe. We now know that sacred geometry contains many mysterious elements that elegantly describe many phenomena such as the growth of plants, the proportions of the human body, the orbit of the planets, light, the structure of crystals, music. The list goes on and on. We’ll give a few examples in this chapter.
Now why do we introduce sacred geometry in a book that is about contemporary and groundbreaking science? The reason is that sacred geometry seems to be the key to a new post quantum physics that is emerging that better explains the existence of the zero point field. The new physics that is emerging is a revival of 19th century aether physics.
The archaic science of sacred geometry can be traced back to the Egyptian civilization but may well be a heritage from the civilisation of mythological Atlantis and we’ll provide sufficient clues in this book to sustain this claim. Sacred geometry contains elements that are crucial in understanding a new aether physics that will be introduced in the next chapter.
Surprisingly enough sacred geometry also shows up in many crop circles that have been appearing in the last two decades all over the world. It seems that someone somewhere is teaching us meaningful lessons. I will not go into detail about the source of crop circles whether or not they are extraterrestrial; I personally think it they are, because this cannot (yet) be proven.
What is far more interesting is that crop circles contain intelligent embedded geometry. The fact is that hundreds, thousands of crop circles appear each year and that their design is of a much higher intelligence than that of people who may have found it interesting enough to create hoaxes! There is abundant evidence that apart from the crop circles that were indeed identified as hoaxes; the majority of crop circles are genuine. It was proven that the stems of the crops are bent in a peculiar way by an excessive heat produced by a hitherto unknown energy source since no burning marks were found. Strong energy fields can be measured hours after the crop circles are formed in and around the crop circle.
In my opinion the significance of crop circles is that contemporary scientists are getting hints to seek for more understanding of geometry in physics in general and in the zero point field in particular.
In the ancient teachings of sacred geometry it is believed that the sacredness of everything in the universe can be described in terms of geometrical patterns coming from the hand of God. As unbelievable as that may seem, it can be illustrated with ample examples that indeed many unexpected things have a hidden geometry that is not obvious at first sight.
It is now believed that the Egyptians applied sacred geometry in the construction of the Great Pyramid and many other monuments. The Egyptians had two mysteryschools; one was called the left eye of Horus. This school taught the female principles of creation, about love and compassion. The other school was called the right eye of Horus and taught the intelligent male principles of creation; sacred geometry was a main subject.
Sacred geometry has also left its traces in other cultures such as in the gothic architecture of European churches and cathedrals (Chartres), the Parthenon in Athens, paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci and the Hindu classical dance. Sacred geometry has been preserved in circles of Freemasonry in utmost secrecy. (1)
Freemasonry symbol
The Freemasonry symbol is a carpenter’s square and a pair of compasses, the two only instruments needed in sacred geometry. The golden rule is that if you have to use any other instrument than these two to prove something applies to sacred geometry, it may be geometry but it is definitely not sacred!
Thanks to people like Robert Lawlor, Bruce Rawles and Drunvalo Melchizedek, the art of sacred geometry is now being restored and thanks to the enormous success of the book the ‘Da Vinci Code’ by Dan Brown that became very popular in the year 2004, the awareness that seemingly important knowledge has been secretly preserved throughout history is now within the public domain.
Now let’s take a quick course in this sacred art form and I’ll show you some amazing things in the end.
Flower of life
Now this is a very important figure in sacred geometry:
Genesis pattern
It is called the genesis pattern. We must remember that what we see here is a two dimensional representation of what are actually threedimensional spheres! Depicted in the picture you also see the hexagram formed by the two equilateral triangles, it’s the Jewish symbol known as the star of David. The star of David in this picture is actually a threedimensional star tetrahedron or interlaced tetrahedron. It is formed by two interlaced threesided pyramids, one pointing upwards and one pointing downwards. If you’re looking for an example of a star tetrahedron, have a look at the cover of this book.
Now the next creation story was taught in the right eye of Horus mystery schools and is also the basis of the Hermetic tradition (the wisdom of Hermes Trismegistus alias the Egyptian Toth). This creation story was most likely also familiar in Freemasonry circles.
In the beginning the universal mind of God created from a total void or nothingness from the focal point of God’s awareness a single central sphere. The first sphere was all around God on the first day of creation. The next day God created another sphere, the center of this sphere is located on the surface anywhere of the first sphere. The intersection of the two spheres is called the Vesica Pisces:



Vesica Pisces


Symbol of Christianity

Did you ever see the symbol on the right? You see them often as a bumper sticker on cars; the symbol is probably derived from the Vesica Pisces.
The Holy Bible mentions that God created the light on the second day, the Vesica Pisces as we will explain at the end of this chapter is now believed to be the geometry of the photon the particle state of light!
God’s creation continued for 7 days, each time the center of a next sphere is projected on the surface of the previous sphere. Now count the number of spheres in the Genesis pattern, they add up to 7, exactly the number of days it took God to create the world as mentioned in the first book of the Bible, Genesis. This is why it is called the Genesis pattern.
If we continue God’s creation in the very same way but just a little longer than 7 days, we get the following figure:
The flower of life
This figure is called the Flower of Life, note the double outer circles that were added here, this figure is found all over the world, decorated on ancient buildings and sacred monuments. It has been found in temples in Egypt. No symbols were found that continued the creation process beyond the Flower of Life pattern, that’s why the outer circles were added. Somehow in ancient times, the ancients wanted to limit this creation pattern to the Flower of Life, maybe they wanted to hide something?
So let’s joyfully continue this creation pattern and look for what is hidden in these patterns that was discovered by Drunvalo Melchizedek. (2)
Let’s add the just the next outer round of spheres. What we now find is called the Fruit of Life, I marked the significant spheres that make up the Fruit of Life red to distinguish the pattern, remember that what we see is actually a threedimensional picture of spheres:



The Fruit of Life



Crop circle Wiltshire, 22nd July 2003




Tree of Life pattern Jewish Kabbalah



Jewish Kabbalah, Tree of Life

In the next picture we show that the Tree of Life also perfectly overlays with the Genesis pattern. Do you start to grasp the geometrical beauty of symmetry that is involved in all these symbols and how all of them evolve from a simple progression of the Genesis pattern?
In the next picture we show that the Tree of Life also perfectly overlays with the Genesis pattern. Do you start to grasp the geometrical beauty of symmetry that is involved in all these symbols and how all of them evolve from a simple progression of the Genesis pattern?
Tree of Life overlaid by the Genesis symbol
The Tree of Life is the mystical symbol used in the Jewish esoteric Kabbalah. The Tree of Life is mentioned many times in the Bible as the tree next to the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil in the center of the Garden of Eden. Ancient traditions thought that these geometrical patterns were very important and preserved them in mystical esoteric sciences..
Torus
The torus is also a very important geometrical threedimensional form and we’ll bring it up here because it is the building block of matter in the new aether science of the next chapter. It is best compared with a doughnut or the smoke ring from a cigar. Here’s it is:
Torus
It is a sphere, curving inwards on top and bottom, such that it has a hole in the middle! It also resembles an apple. The torus is the result of rotating the Genesis pattern 360 degrees around the center.
Tetrahedron, Cube, Octahedron, Dodecahedron and Icosahedron.
Crop circle, West Overton, 24th June 1999 octahedron projected in 2D layout.
All of these five forms are in the Cube of Metatron, it may take a little while to discover them but they are all in there. The Platonic solids have very remarkable characteristics, for one they all fit perfectly within a sphere. The vertices of the solid are on the surface of the circumscribing sphere! Also they perfectly fit inside each other and can be perfectly nested. All forms have a double, an opposite form that can be created from the other. The cube and the octahedron are doubles for instance. If we take the centers of the faces of the cube and connect all the lines between these centers we get the octahedron. The same process can be reversed creating a cube from an octahedron. The tetrahedron has itself as the double. The dodecahedron and icosahedron are doubles. Every line, face and angle in a Platonic form is identical to every other line, face and angle within the same form. In other words the Platonic solids are extremely symmetrical!
Another puzzling symbol that is derived from the progression of the Flower of Life is the Tree of Life. The Tree of life is central subject of study in the mystical Jewish Kabbalah. The Tree of Life can be overlaid with the Flower of Life and they will perfectly match. The Tree of Life is an extraction from the Flower of Life, leaving out a number of spheres of no interest.
Now the Fruit of Life is called a female form because it only contains rounded forms, spheres, just like a female body that is curved. The male counterpart can be constructed if straight lines are used to connect all the centres of all the spheres in this picture. The result is called the Cube of Metatron.
Cube of Metatron
The Cube of Metatron is very important since it contains the solid geometrical forms that have become the focus of a new aether physics that we will describe in the next chapter!
Philosopher Plato described these forms that we find in the Cube of Metatron 400 years BC, hence they are called the Platonic solids.
In fact the Platonic solids can be found in the Metatron twice, the smaller versions of the solids are repeated in the inner 7 spheres. One of the five Platonic solids is the wellknown cube. If you will, you can try and find the cube in the Cube of Metatron. I will help you a little bit with this one, here it is:
Cube in the Cube of Metatron
The green spheres are the corners of the cube. One corner in the back is hidden from view though.
Platonic solids
The five Platonic solids are named after Greek philosopher Plato who first described them 350 years BC in his book Timaeus. Here they are:



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Golden Mean
Maybe the most important subject of sacred geometry is the Golden Mean. The Golden Mean is a very special ratio and is expressed by the Greek letter Ф called Phi.
= ½ * v5 + ½ = 1.618
Phi like Pi is an irrational number, meaning you can never calculate its exact value, you can only approximate it.
The Phi ratio is expressed in the Golden Section. The Golden Section is a the length of let’s say a rope when it is divided such that the ratio of the longer part of the rope to the whole is exactly the same ratio as the shorter part of the rope is to the longer part. (Read it again)
When the Phi ratio is applied to a rectangle whereas B = 1 and A has length Ø, the rectangle is called a Golden Rectangle.
The Golden Rectangle can be used to create a spiral, the Golden Spiral. Starting with one Golden Rectangle, a second Golden Rectangle can be attached to the first using the longest side of the rectangle, side A as the shortest side B of the next rectangle. To this end the second rectangle is constructed 90 degrees perpendicular to the first rectangle. If this process is continued, called the spiralling of the Golden Rectangle, a curved line can be drawn through the corners of the rectangles creating the Golden Mean spiral. The spiralling of the Golden Mean spiral continues indefinitely in inward and outward directions, it’s getting smaller and smaller spiralling inwards and getting bigger and bigger spiralling outwards.
Golden Mean spiral
A variant of the Golden Mean spiral is the Fibonacci spiral. The difference with the Golden Mean spiral is that is does not spiral in indefinitely but starts with a Golden Rectangle of which one side has length 1 and the other length Phi. Gradually when the Fibonacci spiral, spirals outward, there will be no distinction noticeable any more between a true Golden Mean spiral and the Fibonacci spiral. The Fibonacci spiral is based on the progression of the Fibonacci sequence.
Crop circle, fractal spirals, Milk Hill, Wiltshire august 12th 2001
Fibonnaci sequence
Leonardo Fibonacci (1175 AD), a great mathematician of the Middle Ages discovered the Fibonacci sequence by studying nature. He studied the growth of rabbit populations and the growth of leaves and petals and discovered a welldefined mathematical sequence in all of this.
This is the Fibonacci sequence:
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144 etc.
Each number in the sequence is the sum of the two preceding numbers starting with the root number 1. The Fibonacci sequence progresses towards the Golden Mean if we divide two successive numbers in the sequence.
1/1 = 1 2/1 = 2.0 3/2 = 1.5 5/3 = 1.667 8/5 = 1.60 . 144/89 = 1.618
The Fibonacci sequence propagates towards Phi (Ø) but never reaches it since it is an irrational or transcendent number.
Fibonacci spirals and Golden Mean ratios appear everywhere in the universe. The spiral is the natural flow form of water when it is going down the drain. It is also the natural flow form of air in tornados and hurricanes. Here’s another beautiful example of a Fibonacci spiral in nature, it’s the Nautilus shell and every book about sacred geometry contains one:
Nautilus shell
The Golden Mean ratio is all over the human body, in the ratios between the bones, the length of your arms and legs. The Golden Mean is also the ratio in the distance from the navel to your toe and the distance from your navel to the top of your head. Michelangelo has beautifully hidden these Golden Mean ratios in his fresco on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome:
Michelangelo and the Phi ratios in the human hand (Courtesy of Frank van den Bovenkamp, www.frankvandenbovenkamp.com)
Music
Greek philosopher Pythagoras discovered a wonderful mathematical relation between the harmonic notes in music. He noticed that by depressing a string in different positions on the fingerboard of a guitar like string instrument that harmonic sounds were created. Some notes sounded better than others. At each depression of the string the string is divided in two different lengths and the ratio between these lengths were measured by Pythagoras. He marked down all the ratios that sounded harmonically well together. In this way he found the following ratios:
1:1 (open snare) 1:2 (depressed at 1/3 of the length of the string) 3:2 , 5:3, 13:8, 21:13, 34:21 What Pythagoras had discovered is called the Diatonic musical scale, named after the fact that the string is divided into two lengths (Dia = two).
These ratios correspond with the frequencies of the notes produced by the white keys of the piano when attuned in the Diatonic scale. After the 7th note the octave of 8 notes is repeated only this time the first and the eighth note are doubled in frequency! The next 7 notes of the white keys on the piano follow the exact same ratio!
Now if you have been paying attention you may already have noticed that the musical ratios discovered by Pythagoras are the same ratios of the Fibonacci sequence! Simply take a number out of the Fibonacci sequence and its successor and you have the musical ratio found by Pythagoras.
The Fibonacci sequence is the sequence that gives us beautiful harmonics in music. The diatonic scale is not the only musical scale, there are many more, in fact no piano today is tuned in the Diatonic scale. But the principle relation between harmonics in music and mathematical progressions of the Fibonacci sequence is real.
Now let’s pretend that we’ve tuned a piano in the Diatonic scale and that we have extended the piano’s keyboard with keys to provide for 49 octaves! That would be one hell of a piano and it would certainly no longer fit into your living room! But suppose that we could actually play on this piano. When we play the notes in the last two highest octaves, the keys on the furthermost right side of this piano, will correspond with the frequencies of the colours of light! There are seven keys in the highest octave that are the frequencies of the 7 primary colours of the spectrum of light, the 7 colours of the rainbow!
So not only does the Fibonacci sequence define the ratios of harmonics in sound but also in the electromagnetic spectrum of light, it defines the 7 colours of the rainbow!
Music and color, the same harmonic ratios
We now know that many musicians like Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Bartók, Schubert and Debussy used the Fibonacci sequence and the Golden Mean ratio deliberately not in the notes but in the composition itself. For instance Beethoven used the Golden Mean in his famous Beethoven’s Fifth. His famous opening motto not only appears on the first and the last bar of the symphony but also on the bar that represents the exact Golden Mean point of his symphony! Bela Bartók used both the Golden Mean and the Fibonacci sequence deliberately in his compositions using the measures 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 and 89 to introduce new instruments such as strings, cellos, percussion etc. The question is why did these composers add sacred geometry into their music? Maybe they were not only famous musicians but also Freemasons?
Squaring the circle
A classical mathematical problem dating all the way back to Plato is called ‘squaring the circle’. In the last three thousand years mathematicians have tried to come up with a solution using only a pair of compasses and straightedge on how the construct a circle and square such that they have the same perimeter. In 1882 Lindemann proved that there is no solution to this problem. Since Lindemann’s proof is rather complex, we will show in simple terms why the circle cannot be squared. The circumference of the circle with a radius of one is 2 * π and π (Pi) is an irrational number (a transcendent number, π can never be measured only be approximated!). But when Pi is irrational and cannot be measured so is the circumference of the circle! However the square’s circumference is a real number since it equals 4 times the side of the square that is a real number that can be measured. Hence the circumference of both circle and square will never be equal in the mathematical sense; however they can become infinitely close.
Vitruvian man
Now here’s an interesting drawing from Leonardo Da Vinci. What he is showing in this sketch is that the human body ‘squares the circle’. When man stretches his arms and holds them horizontally, man’s body will perfectly fit into the square. On the other hand, when he spreads his legs and raises his arms as in the sketch, man’s body can be perfectly circumscribed by a circle. The circumference of the square ‘equals’ that of the circle.
A lot has been written about this sketch alone, it contains a whole lot of hidden sacred geometry. We will not go into all the details here, but I want to show you some very amazing things. Ancient wisdom, the Hermetic tradition tells us that the human body can be regarded as a blueprint for the universe by means of all the ratios that are found within the body. This may indeed be true. Let’s have a look at the following picture:
This is the same picture as above, in the picture there are now two red circles added. The biggest red circle fits perfectly and is inscribed by the square. The smaller red circle’s is centered between the outer circle and the inner red circle and tangentially touches both.
Much to our surprise, the upper red circle represents the moon and the lower red circle represents the Earth! In mathematical terms: The ratio of the diameter of the smaller red circle to the bigger red circle r / R equals the ratio of the diameter of the moon to the diameter of the Earth! Now let’s prove it: (3)
Radius of the moon : r Radius of the Earth : R Side of the square is : 2R The perimeter of the square is : 8 R Radius of the outer circle is : r + R The circumference of the outer circle is : 2 p ( r + R )
Now ‘squaring the circle’ makes the perimeter of the square equal to the circle:
8 R = 2 p ( r + R )
8 R  2 p R = 2 p r
R (8 – 2 p) = 2 p r
r / R = (8 – 2 p) / 2 p = (4 – p) / p
Earth radius = 6,370,973 m Moon radius = 1,738,000 m Moon to Earth ratio = r / R = 0.27279977 r / R = (4 – p) / p = 0.273239544 (p = 3.14159265)
Quod Erat Demonstrandum!
There is another mysterious relation to be discovered in the sketch of the Vitruvian man by Leonardo Da Vinci. The Great Pyramid at the Giza plateau in Egypt called after the pharaoh that is supposedly buried there named Khufu (Cheops in Greek), holds a perfect geometrical relation to the squaring of the circle and the Vitruvian man as depicted by Leonardo Da Vinci!
Look at the picture below:
Great Piramid at Giza in relation to Vitruvius man
The triangle in the picture is the exact geometrical proportion of the Great Pyramid at the Giza Plateau near Cairo, Egypt. The angles between the base and the apex (top) of the pyramid are exactly 51 degrees and 51 seconds. (51º 51’). (4)
The Great Pyramid and in fact the complete layout of the Giza plateau with all its pyramids, sacred temples and the sphinx contains a lot of hidden sacred geometry of which we will reveal more in this book. The point I want to make here is that the Egyptians were aware of the art of sacred geometry and how it relates to the universe, as the Giza plateau and in particular the Great Pyramid proves.
Let there be light
While explaining the Genesis pattern of sacred geometry we mentioned that on the second day of creation God created the Vesica Pisces and that the Vesica Pisces is the geometry of the light particle the photon. The Holy Bible mentions the second day of creation as the creation of the light. By the way did you notice that the Vesica Pisces has the shape of the eye?
It was discovered by Buckminster Fuller, who did a lot of the groundwork in reestablishing sacred geometry, that the geometry of the photon must be two tetrahedrons joined at a common face.
Now the geometrical shape of the double tetrahedron is perfectly circumscribed by the Vesica Pisces whereas the vertices of the tetrahedrons neatly touch the face of the Vesica Pisces. This has been confirmed by Drunvalo Melchizedek another sacred geometry architect! (5) The tetrahedron is also the hidden geometry in the electromagnetic wave (wave form of light) itself. The electrical and magnetic fields are perpendicular to each other and a spiral can be drawn connecting the electrical field with the magnetic field that exactly traces over a tetrahedron!
Tom Bearden, the inventor of the MEG machine has proof that James Clerk Maxwell must have known this but that Oliver Heaviside removed the knowledge of the hidden tetrahedron in the simplified version of electrodynamics. (6)
NotreDame de Chartres
The knowledge of sacred geometry has been preserved in the architecture of churches and cathedrals all over Europe. The cathedral of Chartres is famous for its sacred geometry that was used in its design. Sacred geometry can be found for example in the layout of the ground plan and the stained glass windows that contain the Phi ratio.



West rose window of the Chartres Cathedral and ground plan

http://www.soulsofdistortion.nl/SODA_chapter5.html
In the Gothic nave of the cathedral we find an enigmatic labyrinth on the floor made out of white stone and set within dark marble. The labyrinth measures almost exactly one tenth of the interior length of the cathedral and it is used as the central point, the focus of the whole geometric construction of the cathedral. Obviously the designers thought it to be very important
The diameter of the labyrinth measures exactly the size of the west rose window shown in the picture above. At the same time the distance from the center of the west rose window to the floor is the same distance as the distance from the center of the labyrinth to the west portal wall of the cathedral. In other words the west rose window and the labyrinth form a perfect equilateral triangle.
Labyrinth on ground floor of the nave
I personally visited the Chartres Cathedral a few times. During my last visit, in the summer of 2004, I noticed a young couple, a boy and a girl. The girl kneeled down at the center of the labyrinth and went into a meditation, hands held high into the air. The boy sat beside her. The couple were totally undisturbed by the crowd that passed by although they drew a lot of attention! I was intrigued. Obviously the couple knew something more about the sacredness of the labyrinth and they had chosen this spot for their meditation. But what could it possibly mean?
If we meander through the labyrinth we have to make these alternating left and right turns. At the same time we turn inwards and outwards until we enter the center. According to Daniel Winter, whose physics we will study in the next chapter, the labyrinth is the two dimensional symbolic projection of the Phi spirals that make up a torus. The torus is assumed in his aether physics to be the building block of matter and the atom. The labyrinth according to Winter is a symbolic projection of the twists and turns the Phi spirals of light take while centring into the nucleus of the atom.
The Chartres cathedral secretly contains knowledge of sacred geometry; however it took many ages before it was discovered. Sacred geometry was used in many more cathedrals and churches throughout France such as the ones of Rheims, Sens, Arras, Amiens, St Quentin, Bayeux and Toulouse to name a few. All of them contained labyrinths quiet similar to the one in Chartres. The labyrinth obviously was very important. France was the home of the Merovingian Kings a bloodline that were believed to be the descendants of Jesus Christ. Many authors now claim that Jesus had children with Mary Magdalene and that the Catholic Church kept this fact secret for many ages. The idea has gained a lot of public awareness since the book the ‘Da Vinci Code’ by Dan Brown was released in the summer of 2004. The descendants of Jesus are the bloodline of the Holy Grail. Traces of this bloodline lead to Rennes Les Chateaux in France and Roswell Chapel in Britain, the homeland of the Knights Templar and King Arthur. This secret of Jesus’s his marriage to Mary Magdalene and of his offspring was carefully preserved in secret societies.
It is now believed that these secret societies also preserved scientific and Gnostic knowledge that can be traced back to the mythological Atlantis. The Atlantean knowledge was supposedly passed on to the Egyptians and from the Egyptians to the Greek Hermetic tradition. In modern times it was preserved in secret circles of Freemasonry that have existed throughout the ages. Leonardo Da Vinci was a member of such a circle that gave him access to the science of sacred geometry and his membership explains why he used it in his paintings. The importance of sacred geometry especially the meaning of the Golden Mean has been used in many art forms in modern history, from the paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci to the architecture of churches and cathedrals and in music such as Beethoven’s Fifth symphony.
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Recapitulation
This chapter was a lecture in sacred geometry. I would not have introduced it in this book if it didn’t play such a significant role in a new physics that is unfolding. Science is discovering the geometrical and fractal patterns described by sacred geometry in our physical universe, the gravitational and electromagnetic energy fields of the Earth, the structure of the atom and the energy fields of the human body.
In chapter 3 we showed that the separation once suggested by René Descartes that there is a strict segregation between the physical and the mental dimensions is false. The human mind is very powerful and has powers of mind over matter. Quantum physicist Amit Goswami suggested that consciousness is primordial and that the physical realm is created from it.
In chapter 4 we discussed the zero point field that was discovered by quantum science. The zero point field is an unlimited inexhaustible energy field that is present everywhere in the universe. We suggested that the zero point energy might be the spiritual energy required to sustain Amit Goswami’s claim.
In this chapter we studied sacred geometry an ancient science that is being rediscovered by contemporary scientists.
In the next chapter we will use sacred geometry, the zero point field and our understanding of consciousness and show how scientists today assimilate it into a new model of physics, a theory of everything that explains both the physical and the mental domain. We will also see that contemporary science is rediscovering what Plato 2350 years ago suggested: that the world of the atom is constructed from the Platonic solids and discover the importance of the Golden Mean in waveforms. 


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