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Using sacred geometry

Using sacred geometry

Postby RyukaAscendant » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:23 pm

So, I've apparently been using this in my enchantments unwittingly for quite a while but I'm curious as to how others use it in their practice and where I can find more about using it in practice.

Additionally more advancements in this may be made with the deciphering of an ancient Babylonian tablet that uses base 60 math to perform trigonometry.
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Re: Using sacred geometry

Postby corvidus » Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:46 pm

You'd be interested in this thread:

geometry-ritual-tool-t34422.html

Using geometry as a ritual tool.
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Re: Using sacred geometry

Postby barker » Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:23 pm

Sacred geometry is way fun. It is as though the universe trusts it just because it is set by the rules/laws of math. You can sacred geometry a situation, a problem, any work of love's intent. I use the merkaba for my spirit voices, which means self-truth-love exists. I also used a gyroscopic shape for my life pattern which is for grace and balance to self. Each shape means something different, but they all mean physical love. ::coolglasses::
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