The Meaning of Sacred Geometry part 3. The Womb of Geometry

The Meaning of Sacred Geometry part 3. The Womb of Sacred Geometry

by Randall Carlson

 

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Christ seated within the Vesica Piscis (Glory)

 


*This is the 3rd part of the Meaning of Sacred Geometry series.  Access the previous articles at the following links.


As described in depth in ‘What’s the Point’ the second article, or lesson, in this series on the meaning of Sacred Geometry, it was explained that the entire process of Sacred Geometry begins with a mere point. From that initial point either a straight line or a circle may be generated. This initial generating point was likened to a seed. It was proposed that this was the basis for the New Testament parable of the Grain of Mustard Seed, an analog for the mass singularity in which the potential of the entire universe of Space and Time was contained at the first moment of Creation.

It was also proposed that corresponding to this ultimate infinitesimal point of infinite potential which preceded all of manifest reality, there exists scale invariant analogs in the form of mass singularities at the core of ‘black holes’ scattered throughout the universe, serving as nuclei for the formation of galactic systems. And, it was also proposed that corresponding to these external singularities there exists an inner, spiritual nucleus of infinite potential, in the form of the Bindu, the gateway to Superconsciousness. The idea was presented that the operations of Sacred Geometry recapitulate and symbolize the primordial process of cosmic manifestation, both internal and external.

As discussed in that article a brief examination of various ancient or sacred traditions reveals that there exist surprising parallels between archaic and contemporary models of Creation.The early 20th century author, kabbalist and ceremonial magician,

Charles Stansfield Jones, writing under his magical nom de plume Frater Achad, gave a succinct and effective description of the occult model of Primordial Creation that echoes the varied traditions briefly surveyed in Lesson Two.

It was also proposed that corresponding to this ultimate infinitesimal point of infinite potential which preceded all of manifest reality, there exists scale invariant analogs in the form of mass singularities at the core of ‘black holes’ scattered throughout the universe, serving as nuclei for the formation of galactic systems. And, it was also proposed that corresponding to these external singularities there exists an inner, spiritual nucleus of infinite potential, in the form of the Bindu, the gateway to Superconsciousness. The idea was presented that the operations of Sacred Geometry recapitulate and symbolize the primordial process of cosmic manifestation, both internal and external.

As discussed in that article a brief examination of various ancient or sacred traditions reveals that there exist surprising parallels between archaic and contemporary models of Creation.The early 20th century author, kabbalist and ceremonial magician, Charles Stansfield Jones, writing under his magical nom de plume Frater Achad, gave a succinct and effective description of the occult model of Primordial Creation that echoes the varied traditions briefly surveyed in Lesson Two.

“To begin at the beginning . . . the Qabalists postulated the AIN or NO-THING as the Zero From which, in a mysterious manner, the Universe arose. Next, they say, the AIN SUPH, or Limitless Space, became the Nature of the AIN, and this conception was followed by that of AIN SUPH AUR or the Limitless Light of Chaos.  It was not until this Limitless Light had concentrated Itself to a Centre that the First Positive Idea arose, and this was called
Kether and attributed to the Number One . . .”

“Let us accept the term AIN as representing That of which Nothing is known, nor can be known, except through the positive manifestations which arise from it. When we attempt to imagine AIN SUPH—Limitless Space—our minds tend to rush on and on, only to fall back before the Profundity of the Great Deep; yet we have to admit the possibility of Infinite extension in space . . . When the AIN SUPH AUR became concentrated upon a Single Centre, it compressed the Light into Substance of Light, which is Life. Or, in other words, the Concentrated Light became an inconceivably powerful Force or Energy in the centre of Kether. This Pure Being, or Living Substance, owing to its reaction from the Invisible Centre, tends to expand towards Infinity. This gives us the idea of the Substance of the Universe ever expanding, ever occupying more and more of the Limitless Space of AIN SUPH, while the Primal Centralizing Urge still continues to contract upon the Infinitely Small, or the AIN . . . Kether is then the junction of these Two Infinites, but particularly represents the concentration of the Light to a Point on its way to the Infinitely Small . . .”

 

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