The Seed Of Life - The Principle Of Creation

in #life3 years ago (edited)

I did this research on the "Seed OF Life" for my Jurnal.
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Original Artwork By Me. Part of "Fertility Prayer"

This ancient symbol stands in the base of the sacred geometry "Flower of life". It can be found all around the globe.

Scotland (1), Israel (2), China (3), Turkey (4), Egypt (5), India (6), Germany (7), Bulgaria (8), Sweden (9), France (10), Czech (11), Greece (12) and at least 14 other places. The oldest founding dates 2nd century B.C. It is both known as "The Seed Of Life" and "The Six-Petal Rosette".

It represents the seven stages/steps of creation. The creation of a vibrating pattern of space (electromagnetic radiation) is the actual process, which otherwise is symbolized by various concepts, such as days of creation to make something almost impossible to explain, much easier to handle.

I always considered that if the religious books weren't taken so literally, but rather were read "between the lines", people were to find much more knowledge and wisdom. I urge you to accept the words from the Bible, which I will compare in the same way. Have in mind that the book has been censured and rewritten multiple times, so I will not quote it entirely.

Imagine "spirit/consciousness" floating through space in dark infinity. As there is no object there are no directions, no up and down. The spirit decides to expand its consciousness, so it creates a sphere around itself (see day 1). The analogy with the Bible is "In the beginning God created heavens and the earth". Now it has knowledge about space in 360°.

The next movement of the spirit it to the corner of its realized space. There, it repeats what it did the first time - create one more sphere with the same radius (see day 2). The movement is implied through "and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters". The geometry which is formed between the two spheres is called "Vesica Piscis". It contains information about width, proportion, depth, but what is more interesting is that it contains geometrical information about light. We all know the words "Then God said, "Let there be light"; and there was "light". Also, the rhombus emerges from vesica piscis.

Spirit has no choice but to repeat what it did and create another sphere. The center point is the place, where the first two spheres met (see day 3). The symbol created within is the "Holy Trinity". The process continues and with each next sphere, more information is accumulated. On the seventh day, the seventh sphere completes the creation of the seed of life, the six petal rosette. When this process continues until 19 spheres, the Flower of Life emerges. My favorite way of explaining it is: "The path which our spirit went through, to manifest itself in the material world". Don't believe me? Look at the analogy with cell division in the mother's uterus when life is created.


When we realize sacred geometry it is very important to know that it is a static moment of a process which includes movement (spinning, growing, merging etc). It is a simplified model in a symmetrical state, given to us in that way, so we can comprehend a small part of a larger Universal principle.

Sources and guides:

  1. Spirit Science - Flower of Life - the comparison with seven days of creation. I also recommend the channel itself Spirit Science, which is created by enthusiasts to reveal this kind of information in a more accessible way.
  2. The Seed of Life and the Seven Stages of Creation - reference about "electromagnetic radiation".
  3. "The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life, Vol. 2" - More detailed information about vesica piscis and how it contains information about light. Chapter "Let it there be light". This is a link to a PDF version of the book
  4. Jamie Janover explains the Structure of the Vacuum - the dynamics of sacred geometry
  5. Flower of Life and Cell Division - cell division image.
  6. Google - images of the seed/flower of life in archeological ruins.
  7. e-newspaper "Novosianie" - image from Bulgarian seed of life ruin and the reference to the six petal rosette.
    If you want to go into sacred geometry from basics and on, I recommend the lectures of Nasim Harmein - "Crossing the event horizon".

Personally, this information changed my life. I became like a little child and started to rediscover the world through sacred geometry. It feels like a mission to me to spread this information, so I will be creating more art related to it and will gather information to share. It will be great to have the word spread through social media and here on Steemit.

Thank you for your time and attention.
Kind regards!
Gabby~

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beautiful, thanks for sharing. <3

Thanks for appreciating <3

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Nice photos! Good luck!

Gabby,
Thank you for this informative post. I am thrilled to see someone on steemit who loves sacred geometry and knows of flower of life and its ancient history. Someone you may want to research is Drunvalo. He has several books and youtube videos you can explore. ~ljl~
http://www.thefullwiki.org/Drunvalo_Melchizedek

I have read the first book on the flower of life and am about to read the second, which needs a lot if concentration. Thanks for that, anyway <3

I have found this to be a constant and ongoing discovery. Yes, it does take some concentration, but I love it so when more of life's 'puzzle pieces' come together. I need to go back through Dru's books. There is so much information there. ~ljl~

Check out Nasim Haramein's works. Specially the lecures "Crossing the event horizon". He explains it so well.

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