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The entire universe is formed according to fixed, geometrical proportions; from flowers, plants, shells to the grouping of stars, crystals, water and our human body. If you look at the structure of our body cells under a microscope, you will be amazed by the perfect geometric shapes. It is the basis of creation, on which our entire universe is based. 

Groene plant

The ancient Greek Mystery schools already taught their students 2500 years ago that the universe can be reduced to five unique forms:  the tetrahedron, the hexahedron, the octahedron, the dodecahedron and the icosahedron. These have faces, edges and angles with all the same dimensions. These are called Platonic forms, named after the Greek philosopher Plato (about 427-347 BC) because he was (as far as we know) the first to write about them. They are the building blocks of everything that exists and form the basis of geometry. He related this to the five cosmic building blocks of the world: fire, air, water, earth and ether. The most perfect Platonic solid, according to Plato, is the dodecahedron (belongs to the element ether), because the diagonals of a pentagon divide each other in a ratio called the golden ratio. 

The golden ratio or 'Divina Proportia' (divine proportion) is a piece of ancient enigmatic mathematics. In 1202, Leonardo Fibonacci published a special sequence of numbers: each number in the sequence (except the first two) is equal to the sum of the two preceding numbers. This produces the following sequence of numbers: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, etc. See image.


The ratio between two consecutive numbers from this series always approximates the “golden number”, also called the “golden ratio”, phi, namely: 1.61803. The Fibonacci sequence occurs in all sorts of unexpected places in nature. The sunflower seeds in a sunflower consist of spirals, some of which rotate clockwise and some counterclockwise. Depending on the size, you usually count 34 spirals pointing one way and 55 spirals pointing the other way. The golden ratio also occurs in the human body, in the proportions of the length of arms and legs, for example, but can also be found in music. Beethoven used the golden ratio in his famous Fifth Symphony. The golden ratio creates unity in the proportions, so that unity and harmony exist in the universe within the enormous amount of forms.

The golden ratio was often used in ancient architecture. The ancient Egyptians built their pyramids based on the golden ratio, the Parthenon, the remains of which can still be seen in Athens, is full of it, but so is Stonehenge. Leonardo Da Vinci is the most famous artist/scientist who used it in almost all his work. This is visible in the Vitruvian Man and the Mona Lisa, among others. 



Sacred Geometry in the Present Time

​The Japanese Dr. Masaru Emoto demonstrated through scientific research in the 1990s that geometric structures in your body can be proven and influenced. He did this by positively or negatively influencing water through intention. He exposed the water to stimuli (music or a word) and froze the water. Stimulations with a positive vibration showed beautiful water crystals. He showed that when frozen, the characteristic hexagonal geometry becomes visible. You can also see this in quartz crystals and in the structure of our DNA. That structure is based on Sacred Geometry.

Sacred Geometry is actually the language of our soul. It is a symbolic language that works with images. Because these images come in much more directly, they can convey the language of light, as it is also called, much better to us. Because our body is shaped according to geometry, our cells, DNA and we are 70% water, we naturally unconsciously recognize these shapes and we can feel and experience things when we focus on these specific shapes. You cannot explain it with your mind or logic, because it takes place on the feeling and soul level. It has a different effect on each person.


Orgonite and geometry: a very powerful combination 

When making the orgonites, geometric mandalas gradually emerged spontaneously by using the copper wire (and sometimes aluminum wire) that goes into the orgonite. These often different geometrical mandalas each bring about their own vibration and energy and will enhance the effect of the orgonite. In short, the use of different gemstones, the metal, the shape of the orgonite and the geometric mandala together form a very beautiful combination that will always have a different effect. As mentioned earlier, geometry is not something you can explain, but something you can feel and experience. The same also applies to the effect of the orgonites in combination with the geometric shapes.

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