Math and music are the most common universal languages. Greek philosopher Pythagoras believed that if we could unravel the connections between math and music humanity could discover the mysteries of the universe. This harmonic connection manifests in what is known as Sacred Geometry. In Sacred Geometry, math and music are coming together and forming a language. Sacred geometry is the sacred measure of the earth. There is an invisible blueprint that exists behind everything in the physical world. Higher consciousness levels down to the level of energy and vibration, where it becomes a vibrational field, or a vibrational matrix that an ancient traditions was called the net.

The science underlaying all creation is Sacred Geometry.

We can use Sacred Geometry symbols in our everyday life to change frequencies, raise vibrations, manifest desires and communicate truths. Here is a list (the list does get extensive) of some Sacred Geometry symbols and their meanings:

The Spiral, this Fibonacci and Golden ratio means that all shapes come back to this mathematical formula. Energy moves in spirals. “As above, so below” and connects us to heaven and earth. The Spiral goes up to connect the physical self to the higher self. The kundalini energy which spirals up also, and symbolizes the raising of consciousness and transforming of DNA which is in the shape of a spiral.

Sri Yantra is what they say OM looks like. It is one of the oldest symbols. Symbolizing the complete mathematical geometrical construction of all the laws of the universe that make up everything. If you notice it has similarities to the symbol of the heart chakra, and the molecular structure of water when it is frozen. It is a symbol for alchemy.

Hamsa Hand primary spiritual meaning is protection against the evil eye. The common thread in all faiths, is that it is a protective sign. It has always been associated with a female entity offering protection from evil and misfortune. The Hamsa Hand brings protection against bad energy brought by anyone with malice or through evil looks sent your way. It also symbolizes the Hand of God and the number 5 in numerology. It brings a person happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.

The Star of David, a hexagram, is a six-pointed star made from two interlocking equilateral triangles with one pointing up and the other down. In Judaism, the triangles represent the connection between the Creator, humans, and the Torah. It is associated with the Heart Chakra, in its center is created a portal, an eye within the storm, the ideal meditative state.

Ankh or key of life is a symbol of unity and can also mean breath of life. Its history dating back over 5,000 years, it is symbolizes Reconciliation. The male and female coming together and creation from their union. The head and the heart working in unity. Best known in Ancient Egypt, it was used as a symbol to represent eternal life.

In Hebrew tradition the Mercaba literally translates to light spirit and body. The Mercaba symbol is a shape made of two intersecting tetradradrans that spin an opposite directions creating a three dimensional energy field. The male side points up and is the Fire and Air elements. The female side points downward and embodies the Earth and Water elements. Coming together they create unity, harmony and oneness. All four elements and creating the 5th element of Aether or quintessence.

Vesica Piscis this forms the basis for many other sacred geometry patterns. It is created with two overlapping circles (like a Venn diagram), and represents the pre-conception of life and union in duality, as well as feminine energy and birth. With two becoming three. The two circles coming together creates a portal in the center to other realms. It is also known as the fish, and a symbol for the Christ consciousness.

Metatrons Cube a mystical 3 dimension cube used by Archangel Metatron to watch over the flow of energy connecting earth and the divine. It consists of 13 circles connected by straight lines. The resultant pattern looks like two stars embedded in a hexagon. It spins with energy to help you replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Containing all geometric shapes within the Universe and is believed to be God’s geometric map for constructing the Universe. It also contains all the Platonic Solids, the fundamental elements of all physical matter. From crystals to DNA, these forms can be found everywhere in existence. It reminds us of our own personal power and to use it to do good. Within its centre, you can also see the Egg of Life.

The Life family of symbols

Germ of Life symbolizing that all life originated from a single source in a divine plan. The beginning of creation from the void.

The Seed of Life represents creation, which indicates the beginning of life and the higher consciousness of God. It is formed with 6 overlapping circles. These six circles will fit perfectly around a 7th circle of the same size, and as such is connected to the 7 Chakras.

The Flower of Life or better termed: The Flower of Creation– is the Vesica Piscis multiplied. It is at least 6000 years old, a theory of where this symbol came from, is that an advanced civilization shared it with ancient cultures and might have come from a much more advanced technology race. This may have been present on our planet prior to our current evolution. From the Seed of Life, is formed the Flower of Life by replicating this pattern 19 times. It is considered to be a representation of the creation cycle. It is a symbol of spiritual awakening and has often been regarded as the template for everything that exists in the Universe. The 64 tetrahedron demonstrates the infinite nature of the universe. It also contains balanced of Male and Female in the full body form (diagram above).

“The 64 tetrahedron (flower of life) grid is the first harmonic of the cuboctahedron geometry and what eventually becomes, with scalar octave growth, the infinite holofractographic vacuum structure of the entire universe”

Nassim Haramein

Tree of Life or Symbol of Life or the Kabbalah is considered a map of consciousness and a geometric symbol of the universe. These points are also in your body and can be activated to all work together and ease the flow of energy. This pattern was used in ancient Egypt and the Essenes in spiritual practices for balancing energy in the body. Made of 3 pillars, the center one being the only one to reach heaven and down to earth. The other 2 pillars on the right and left represent mercy and severity. Which are opposites and brought into balance by the middle. This symbol has the encoding of the spiritual matter from the divine plane to this 3D physical one. Built upon the Vesica Piscis and the Flower of Creation, the Tree of Life is laid out in the human energy field.

The Platonic Solids:

  • Tetrahedron: Fire (4-sided pyramid)
  • Hexahedron: Earth (6-sided cube)
  • Octahedron: Air (8-sided shape)
  • Icosahedron: Water (12-sided shape)
  • Dodecahedron: Ether/spirit/heavens (20-sided shape)

The very first supersonic solids is a tetrahedron. Tetrahedron its angular sum is 720°. It is interesting to note that 720° is the foundational basis of all greater complexity in all geometric forms. Meaning that every geometry- no matter what structure or form- will always have its angular sums be a multiple of 720°. Now know that the foundational bases of a higher dimensional solids in geometry will always also be related to the number 9; 7+2+0 = 9. Being the number of creation, it symbolically represents a culmination of wisdom and experience, and carries the energy of both endings and new beginnings.

Sacred geometry connects us to another language of frequency called Numerology.

The cube it has an angular sum of 2160° next level is an octahedron 1440°. Again 9, then we go onto the icosahedron which is 3600° in its angular sum, showing an interesting relationship to the circle. Then we take it to the next level with a dodecahedron which is 6480°. Because it has 12 sides of five sides each this is a very interesting thing to know because the icosahedron as well has this unique structure that is made specifically only of equilateral triangles. From that we have this 3600° form also becomes dual style relationship with a dodecahedron.

To the dodecahedron (Aether) and the icosahedron (Water) have this very unique relationship. They are closely tied to each other, you could say one is sort of the subconscious of the other. Decahedron which is the form that connects to the Aether and the dynamic life force that actually allows things to become alive and dynamic and actually animate from previous elements.

Remembering Sacred Geometry

Symbols have been a way to communicate truths from early history. In all religions and cultures they were used for many things. The way of symbology have been lost in the main stream, but we can bring them back and use them in our everyday life to manifest and transform our lives.

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