Gateway to the Heavens: Pt. 1: How Simple Shapes Mould Reality and the Fabric of Your Being (Hardback)
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Short Description for Gateway to the Heavens: Pt. 1 Using clear English, numerous examples and illustrations the meaning and purpose of a few simple geometric shapes is explained, how they mould reality and our perception of it. The culmination is their combination as a powerful, unified model using basic geometry that is known as the 'Gateway to the Heavens'.
- Published: 01 November 2007
- Format: Hardback 224 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780955725616 ISBN 10: 0955725615
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Full description for Gateway to the Heavens: Pt. 1
As a reason for some purpose in life, humans have searched throughout history for order and patterns in the seeming random nature of our surroundings. Our ancestors unravelled the importance of simple geometric shapes in this quest for knowledge that is largely shrouded in mystery. Discover for yourself the purpose of a few simple geometric shapes and how they mould your reality and your perception of it. Learn how they have a direct bearing on what you are and why you are here. Find out how this knowledge can be achieved through the expansion of your conscious awareness and how this expansion is made possible. The unique personality, symbolism and role of the point, duality, circle, square, triangle, cross, spiral and heart are each covered. At the culmination you are presented with a simple, yet powerful model based on SACRED GEOMETRY known as the 'Gateway to the Heavens'. A wide range of areas covering the arts, sciences, belief systems, philosophy, and numerous other subjects are condensed in this insightful book. They are pulled together, compared and clarified in an easy to understand way. Points are backed up with 280 photographs, 335 illustrations, 150 drawings and numerous descriptive examples. This is the first book in a series of four known as 'The Gateway Series'.