Category Archives: Sacred Geometry

Cosmic Egg

It’s the season of eggs (chocolate and otherwise), and I woke up the other morning thinking about geometric shapes. It turns out that if you pack a bunch of spheres together, they fall into a pattern where each sphere is … Continue reading

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World in a Snowflake

Hail is the whitest of grain; it is whirled from the vault of heaven and is tossed about by gusts of wind and then it melts into water.   [1] Photograph: Alexey Kljatov A sense of a delicate and fragile creation, … Continue reading

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The Dancing Floor Spirals

Here is a great clip from The Dancing Floor pilot film by my friend Lyn Webster Wilde. In it we see Sita and Gethin begin their journey on the spiral pattern of the dancing floor. You can find out more about the film here: … Continue reading

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Seven sided sigils

As well as communing with nature, I like to explore sacred geometry. From simplicity complexity arises, and the complex in us can recognise that and see the simplicity within. The mind works with patterns, always searching for meaning, trying to … Continue reading

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