ANCIENT EARTH BLOG
The Flower of Life contains all mathematical formulas and correlations, the laws of physics, musical harmonies, biological forms of life and the principles of creation. This is a picture that symbolizes absolute harmony.
The Flower of Life is a symbol of infinity and all energy in its original form. It symbolizes absolute order and harmony. Based on its precise symbolism, the Flower of Life corresponds to the golden section, with the help of which a strong field of vibrations is formed.
The Flower of Life has long been the most important symbol of protection and rejuvenation of vital energy. It can be found all over the world in the symbolism of archetypes. The oldest and most famous image of it (4,500 years old) can be seen on the pillars of Osirion in Abydos in Middle Egypt.
The Flower of Life represents the original language of the cosmos, the language of pure form and proportion. It is called a flower, not simply because it looks like a flower, but because it represents the life cycle of a fruit tree. A fruit tree creates a small flower that goes through metamorphosis and turns into a fruit — a cherry, or an apple, or something else. The fruit contains a seed that falls down to the ground; then a new tree grows from it. This is the cycle: the tree - the flower - the fruit - the seed - and again the tree, five simple steps. This is the perfect miracle. It is so familiar that we just take it for granted, and rarely think about it. The five simple, mysterious steps of transformation in this cycle of life are in reality parallel to the geometry of life.
The forms of the sign of dao (yin-yang), the Celtic trefoil, the star of David, the eight-pointed star, the runes, and much more derive from the Flower of Life. These forms are found everywhere: in temples, mosques, synagogues, on carpet patterns, in clothing designs.
Even Leonardo da Vinci himself painted the Flower of Life! It was not just a separate sketch; Leonardo actually calculated the angles, studied and delved into the geometry relating to the Flower of Life. He also painted various geometric shapes found in the Flower of Life.
Judging by his sketches, he worked with all sorts of ratios and calculated the angles he found. It seems that the great master was the first person who guessed all these proportions and embodied them in physical inventions.
The amazing symmetry and harmony of the pattern are not accidental. From the ancient legends of the East, the truly mystical properties of this Flower reached us. Therefore, these sources claim that the Flower contains all known laws and all known formulas.
The concept of the Flower of Life from time immemorial represents information about how you can consciously use the principles of Sacred Geometry for spiritual growth — the geometry of forms that underlies life and all other manifestations in the Universe.
Since ancient times, these forms were considered sacred. They are the basis of our being and testify to the Divine Order in our Reality. We can trace this Order from the invisible atom to endless constellations. Sacred forms are found everywhere in everything: in the human body and other living beings as well as in crystals, planets, stars and galaxies.
Sacred Geometry is a universal language, opening access to the ancient knowledge contained in the memory of our cells.
This is the key to understanding the essence of spiritual evolution and the interconnection of all physical and spiritual phenomena. Sacred Geometry formed the basis of theoretical knowledge and spiritual practices that were taught in the Akhenaten ancient Egyptian school “Right Eye of Horus”. The “key”, opening the hidden knowledge, is the image of the Flower of Life. It is the oldest and most important of all symbols of Sacred Geometry. This symbol is a network of nineteen intersecting spheres.
For thousands of years this mystery has been kept in ancient objects of material culture, carvings and frescoes around the world, and it is in our power to solve this mystery and pass it on to future generations.
“The flower is the poetry of reproduction. It is an example of the eternal seductiveness of life.” Jean Giraudoux
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