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marydear:

Frida Kahlo - What the Water Gave Me (1938)

marydear:

Frida Kahlo - What the Water Gave Me (1938)

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geometrymatters:

“Graziotti was not a professional mathematician. He was an artist, in the style of the masters of the Italian Renaissance: Piero della Francesca, Paolo Uccello, Leonardo da Vinci and many others, big and small.”

geometrymatters:

“Graziotti was not a professional mathematician. He was an artist, in the style of the masters of the Italian Renaissance: Piero della Francesca, Paolo Uccello, Leonardo da Vinci and many others, big and small.”

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samsaranmusing:

SACRED GEOMETRY: An Introduction

What is meant by “sacred geometry”? Well, in its simplest terms it is the geometry which underlays all creation.  There are repeating geometric forms which can be seen in all existence from the atomic to the cosmic. They range from the simple and familiar such as circles, squares, triangles, spheres, cubes to the more complex such as hexagons, pentagons, spirals, toroids, fractals, helix to fourth dimensional  forms such as the hypercube and the hypersphere.  These forms make up all of our visual reality and their repetition and their combinations speak to the nature of reality and the underlying symmetry and order of the universe which may be at first indiscernible to the naked eye.

Once we have learned to recognize these forms and to understand a bit about the mathematical relationship between them a whole new world dawns for us. You’ll recognize these patterns everywhere.  You will see them in the arrangement of atoms within a crystal.  In the forms of the virus and cell.  In flowers, seeds and leaves.  In the structure of an insects eye.  You will see them in the cream in your coffee and in the shape of geological structures on the broad face of the Earth.  You will see them in clouds and weather patterns.  You will see them in the structure of planets, their orbits in galaxies and in the fourth dimensional shape of the universe itself. 

The shapes are a language.  They speak of relationships and patterns and those patterns are meaningful no matter what the scale.  The spiral in your coffee cup has the same relationship as the spiral of the galaxy. You see these patterns are not “things” as we are accustomed to think of things that exist in our three dimensional realm. A baseball is a “thing” it approximates a sphere but it is not a sphere.  A sphere is an ideal that exists independently of the crude world of our perception.  However, because a baseball approximates a sphere we can use what we know of the ideal of a sphere to predict how a baseball will act in three dimensional space and in the fourth dimension of time. This is the world of ideals and their relationship to the outward world of forms.

☯ Samsaran ☯ 

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alwaysinsearchoflight:



Geometry is a harmonious blending of art and mathematics.
 

alwaysinsearchoflight:

Geometry is a harmonious blending of art and mathematics.

 

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