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Geometric Symbolism and Egypt – audio presentation

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While I was visiting my Mom in California a couple months ago, I was asked to give a talk on symbolism, Egypt and other related subjects of interest to her weekly metaphysical study group. Topics included Creative Dynamics (a metaphysical study group that several of us in the room were involved in since the early 1970s), New Frontiers of the Gold Country (a group my wife and I started in northern California that was a branch of the original group in the SF Bay Area, which led to me going to Egypt in 1992 with Gregg Braden and several others in my mother’s living room, where I met Gregg for the first time and rekindled my interest in what was now called sacred geometry), the Great Pyramid (which I’d studied since the early 1970’s, inspired by books such as Secrets of the Great Pyramid by Peter Tompkins and Pyramid Power by Pat Flanagan), modern physics (my father supervised cyclotron operations there in Livermore, California and I became interested in the more mystical side of physics almost by osmosis, living in that community), placebos, synchronicities, releasing judgment, and of course, geometric symbolism. As many talks I give these days do, this one moved into the nod-dual metaphysics that has become a primary focus since 2007. I removed some of the personal material toward the end, since I wasn’t sure how much of the Q&A the participants wanted to share. Enjoy! 🙂

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Bruce Rawles
PO Box 192, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
author of The Geometry Code book; co-author of The Geometry Code screensaver
author of Sacred Geometry Design Sourcebook
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