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Geometric Alchemy and Geometric Magic (part I)

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Synopsis: Review of the Net concept. Geometry of the Net. The language of shape. How Numbers relate to Geometry. Reshaping our Net into a Sacred Geometric form. How to Meditate on Sacred Geometry. Geometric Alchemical Recipies. Speaking the Magical Language of Geometry. Discussion topics: How the Net is built: Numbers, Topology and Geometry. The concept of Number is basic to the Net. The words we associate with Numbers give the Net its Topology. The advanced stages of Alchemy involve working with the Geometry of the Net. The importance of Geometry in the Western Mysteries. Greeks mathematicians: Pythagoras, Plato, Euclid. Sacred Geometric temple science. Pyramid power. The Geometric Alchemist gives precedence to Beauty over anything else. He knows he is headed in the right direction if what he desires is Beauty. Meditation with Sacred Geometry. We begin with concentration on Sacred Geometric shapes. The Circle, the Vesica Piscis, the Regular Polygons. Then we use compass and ruler as our magical tools as we ritualize the movements of symbolic creation. This enmeshes the Geometry into our Net. The pattern is crystallized in our memory field, it stabilizes and subconsciousness can use it as a model. Subconsciousness then rewires itself and reshapes itself following the Sacred Geometric form. Working with the Flower of Life, Tree of Life, Metatron's Cube, the Mandelbrot Set. Geometric Magic: with the Five Platonic Solids, Drawing the sigils of the angels: the language of the angels is found in the geometry of angles. Beauty and Gold await as long as the alchemist remains patient. The work of rebuilding the alchemical laboratory is really the work of the One Alchemist preparing the conditions for advanced stages of the Great Work.

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