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Gaia-metry, or geo-metry, is the measure of the Earth. In
ancient times, the correct estimation of the physical
properties of the host planet was paramount to the
success of the temple.








Gaia-metry, or geo-metry, is the measure of the Earth. In

ancient times, the correct estimation of the physical
properties of the host planet was paramount to the
success of the temple. As with other planets, the Earth
was seen as an expression of super-physical consciousness,
the manifestation of spirit and of God: a living organism.

Since the temples were designed as analogs of universal

principles, designing them according to the same Página 1 de 3
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principles, designing them according to the same

geometric proportions bound in the planet was to imbue
the temple with soul. And so, just like the Earth, the
temple was also regarded as a living organism.

The ancients figured out that the apparently physical

world was constructed from atoms and molecules, and
that each and every one was governed by patterns of
order that favoured balanced geometric relationships, a
view now held by modern physics.

Furthermore, by studying the heavens, and the orbits of

planets in particular, the ancients deduced that each
mean orbit related one to another in orderly geometric
relationships. Since the planets were considered to be
living bodies or akousmata (“resonant beings”) they were
attributed the titles of Gods. And from that point,
geometry became sacred.

Therefore, the geometry of life– bio-geometry– was

incorporated into the fabric of temples the world over.
Much of it is occult (‘hidden from the eye’), and yet its
presence can be felt by the atoms and molecules of the
human body which are built on identical geometric

To enter an ancient temple is to enter oneself is to know

thy Self.

Some of the most celebrated uses of geometry are found

in those deceptively simple buildings, the pyramids of
Egypt. The Great Pyramid at Giza incorporates a most
unusual slope angle of approximately 51.49º, which neatly
references that most unusual of regular geometric figures,
the seven-pointed heptagon. Unlike all other regular
geometric figures, the heptagon is the only one whose
angles cannot bisect a circle to a whole number, and so it
has traditionally been associated with sound, the
unknowable, and the seeking of wisdom. It has also been
described as the geometry of the soul.

The enigmatic Bent Pyramid at Dashur, often portrayed by

orthodox archeologists as ‘a mistake’, is equally encoded
with an invisible geometry, and an important one at that.
When unfolded like the petal of a flower, the top slope
angle reveals a pentagon, the bottom slope a hexagon.

This combination of geometries is inherent in the design

of the crystalline structure of human DNA. Since
biogeometry is an eddy of energy, or a material expression
of consciousness, the energy field of a person walking into
the Bent Pyramid is influenced by the actions taking place
within that geometric framework.

The same effects are true in Gothic cathedrals and their

complex geometry, Chartres being one of the finest
examples. Russian scientists monitoring EEG brainwave
patterns inside the nave of Chartres discovered that the
building’s special harmonics have a noticeable affect on
peoples’ states of awareness. When combined with
Gregorian chant—the kind of music these churches were
designed to amplify—people’s brainwaves went up as
much as 4000% above normal waking state.

At Stonehenge, the relatively simple series of rings and

horseshoe alignments that typify the world’s most famous
stone circle belie the fact that the positioning of its
stones is governed by a complex geometric blueprint. In
fact, it may be the only temple in the world that
incorporates multiple sacred geometries: triangular,
square, pentagonal, hexagonal, and heptagonal.

Stonehenge is the classic example of an organic temple,

built and expanded over the course of some 4000 years,
serving to amplify the specific needs and subtle energy
requirements of the era. Consequently, only parts of the
temple were in use at any given ceremony: adepts would
enter the temple with a specific purpose, and consciously
‘awaken’ only those geometries that served the intent of
the moment.

It is also worth noting that, when the temple is not in use

or being misused, its subtle energy field shuts down. This
is particularly so when thousands of tourists and their
clicking cameras and camcorders are present, blissfully
unaware of the true purpose of the site. Without the
single-minded intent and respect, all that stands in front
of them is nothing more than a bunch of upright,
inanimate rocks.

But thanks to a common framework in biogeometry, the

energy exchange between the stone temple and the Página 2 de 3
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energy exchange between the stone temple and the

human temple only takes place whenever there is
sympathetic resonance between the two, and when the
intent of the participants matches that of the temple with
which they are interacting.

In our era, the new geometric temples are the enigmatic

crop circles. Despite the vast amounts of money spent by
special interest groups in debunking the subject, crop
circles have been scientifically validated as a genuine
phenomenon, and that it is intelligently guided.

Like pyramids and Gothic cathedrals, genuine crop circles

share the same occult geometric framework, and quite
often the shape one sees in the flattened crop conceals a
far different geometry. As with the Bent Pyramid, the crop
circles favour the use of pentagonal and hexagonal
geometry, and so it is not surprising that hundreds of
documented cases describe alterations of awareness in
people who interact with the designs, as well as healings.
Indeed, sacred sites around the world share the same rich

It seems rather timely that, just as the sacred sites are

experiencing a sudden resurgence in interest, so the crop
circles have sprouted in 29 countries. And wherever they
manifest—from the fields of southern Britain to the
prairies of Alberta and the rice paddies of Japan—they
always do so beside ancient sacred sites.

©Freddy Silva. No unauthorized reproduction.