Sacred Geometry

March 16th, 2016|Hermetic, Sacred Geometry, Tao-Buddist, Uncategorized|

“Once you stop clinging and let things be, you’ll be free… You’ll transform everything… And you’ll be at peace wherever you are.”

~ The Zen Teaching of Bodhidharma

March 10th, 2016|Gnosis, Hermetic, Illuminism, Mystery Schools, Qabbalah, Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized|

“Man’s threefold lower nature—consisting of his physical organism, his emotional nature, and his mental faculties—reflects the light of his threefold Divinity and bears witness of It in the physical world. Man’s three bodies are symbolized by an upright triangle; his threefold spiritual nature by an inverted triangle. These two triangles, when united in the form of a six-pointed star, were called by the Jews “the Star of David,” “the Signet of Solomon,” and are more commonly known today as “the Star of Zion.” These triangles symbolize the spiritual and material universes linked together in the constitution of the human creature, who partakes of both Nature and Divinity. Man’s animal nature partakes of the earth; his divine nature of the heavens; his human nature of the mediator.” 

– Manly P. Hall: The Secret Teachings of All Ages

December 26th, 2015|Gnosis, Hermetic, Magic Rituals, Magick, Mystery Schools, Qabbalah, Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized|

“The Great Work is the uniting of opposites. It may mean the uniting of
the soul with God, of the microcosm with the macrocosm, of the female
with the male, of the ego with the non-ego—or what not.”

– Aleister Crowley: Magick Without Tears

November 23rd, 2015|Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized|


Fibonacci (also known as the golden ratio) is a series of numbers that starts with one or zero. Each proceeding number is equal to the sum of the preceding two numbers.
F (0)=0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34…
In some cases, it is conventional to use n =1. In that situation the first two terms are defined as 1 and 1 by default, and therefore:
F (1)=1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34…

The Fibonacci is named after Leonardo Pisano, also known as Fibonacci. He was an Italian mathematician that lived from 1170 – 1250.

Fibonacci is everywhere in nature! It is the basis of the equation of creation and the spiral that permeates throughout physical reality. The Fibonacci exists in the leaf arrangement of plants, cellular structure of all living things, conch of a sea snail, structure of the pyramids, spiral of your ear lobe, spiral of your nostril, bee hives, the swirl of how water goes down a drain and many other elements of reality.

November 18th, 2015|Gnosis, Hermetic, Magick, Qabbalah, Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized|

“One ought to leave no form of energy to rust. Every particle of one’s personality is a necessary factor in the equation, and every impulse must be turned to account in the Great Work.” 

– Aleister Crowley: Magick Without Tears

November 17th, 2015|Gnosis, Hermetic, Masonic, Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized|

“Throughout all serious esoteric writings, the term Light repeatedly
 appears, and it may seem that this is a metaphor about the Spiritual condition.
 But reference to Light is not metaphorical; it is descriptive.Those with even 
minimal experience of the inner worlds will attest to the fact that much of the
 inspired literature of the East and West, interpreted by theologians as merely 
symbol, is a strikingly accurate description of spiritual experience.

The search for direct experience of this Light is the “Great Work” of the 
Personality in incarnation, and devotion to the Great Work is the virtue
 assigned to Tiphareth. The principle involved is that when the individual man 
improves himself in some way, that improvement works to the benefit of the
 entire human race. Moreover, as it was put by the Egyptian astronomer 
Ptolemy, in his Centiloquy: “A sagacious mind improves the operation of the
 heavens as a skillful farmer, by cultivation, improves nature.” Ultimately, the
 Great Work is the work of return to the Godhead from which the Universe 

Robert Wang: The Qabalistic Tarot: A Textbook of Mystical Philosophy

October 30th, 2015|Gnosis, Qabbalah, Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized, Vedic|

“Take refuge in Silence. The world will never perturb you if you are well founded upon the tranquility within. In storm and turmoil be calm and silent. The world is a drama. Be a witness, inturned and introspective.”

— Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi: Be as You Are

October 30th, 2015|Mystery Schools, Qabbalah, Sacred Geometry, Uncategorized|

Sepher Yetzirah:

“According to Eliphas Levi, the three greatest books of Qabbalism are the Sepher Yetzirah, The Book of Formation; the Sepher ha Zohar, The Book of Splendor; and the Apocalypse, The Book of Revelation. The dates of the writing of these books are by no means thoroughly established. Qabbalists declare that the Sepher Yetzirah was written by Abraham. Although it is by far the oldest of the Qabbalistic books, it was probably from the pen of the Rabbi Akiba, A.D. 120. ”

– Manly P. Hall: The Secret Teachings of All Ages