I just updated this sacred geometry calendar which has images from the fascinating geometric Martineau Solar System models. Here are details about the 12 images which are highly accurate geometric models of pairs of planetary orbits in our solar system. They were inspired by the remarkable work of John Martineau (publisher of Wooden Books), who wrote “A Little Book of Coincidence in the Solar System.” Tiled images of planetary surfaces and related images form the backgrounds. Images are two or more orbits defined by simple 2D (circles, triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons, octagons) or 3D geometries (e.g. tetrahedron, icosahedron, dodecahedron) typically with 99.9% or greater accuracy. The work picks up where Johannes Kepler’s mystical exploration left off.
sacred geometry art
A new iOS app called Inspirit provides (hexagonal symmetry) kaleidoscopic animation imagery. It appears that there will be options to show either a single hexagon (1 image cropped, reflected and rotated in traditional kaliedoscopic fashion), as well as a fully tiled image (with the hexagonal “cell” translated vertically and horizontally to file a honeycomb (hexagonal) grid. Example video here:
(Thanks to Luke G. for alerting us to this new item.)
I will be the guest of Midnight In The Desert (MITD) – Late Night Talk Radio with Heather Wade from 9:30PM-1AM on Monday, July 24, 2017. Here is the page on the MITD site about my conversation: – Bruce Rawles – The Ubiquitous Hermetic Laws.
I will be conversing about : Non-dual Metaphysics, Sacred Geometry, The Seven Hermetic Laws, Lessons from Modern Physics, The Great Pyramid of Giza. Please join us! 🙂
- Fractal Art: Last weekend I met a local fractal artist (Kevin Square) at a nearby crafts festival showing prints of his creativity; here’s a page with some of his work. The image above is his work entitled “Winterwoods”
- Here’s a video conversation (with some familiar names – with a hint of one of the names above 🙂 – from the world of sacred geometry) about support for the idea that our planet’s geometry (spheroidal) may be hollow, and lots of other exotic info; thanks to Barbara R. for this link.
- in case anyone noticed a ‘hiccup’ in the availability of my 2nd book (TGC: The Geometry Code:
Universal Symbolic Mirrors of Natural Laws Within Us; Friendly Reminders of Inclusion to Forgive the Dreamer of Separation) this past few days, it was offline (from it’s usual Amazon listing via CreateSpace) for about a day while I submitted a new interior, with the only substantive changes being: 1) a change of postal address (from Castle Rock, Colorado to Yachats, Oregon) and 2) replacing a redundant quote with another non-redundant one… Trivia Quiz: Who knows which quote was duplicated in the prior printings of TGC? Unless you have ordered a copy of the book in the last week or so, you’ll have the version that has one of the block quotes duplicated somewhere in the book. Contact me if you know where it is if you’re inspired (and I’ll confirm) or if you have anything that you would like to share on GeometryCode.com!
- Last, but not least for this post, here’s a video with some nice rotating polyhedra sculptures by colleague, Gregory Hoag of I-Connect (formerly Metaforms). The image below is a metal sculpture of a small stellated dodecahedron (one of many that Hoag has available for sale).