Sacred Geometry Oracle

[Spiral] [Icosahedron] John Michael Greer defines sacred geometry as "the art of using geometric forms as a gateway to the knowledge and presence of the living spirit." His Sacred Geometry Oracle has 33 cards, each one presenting a different form. The forms are drawn from sacred geometric principles, but they also resonate with everyday life. For example, we can run around in cirlces or blow an event all out of proportion. Each card has a name, number, image, and keyword meanings - both upright and reversed. Greer divides the forms into three groups or "circles" - stages on a path of initiation. Each group has its own color - green, blue or yellow. This set comes with Greer's text Techniques for Geometric Transformation (233 pages). This book describes how to use this oracle and offers descriptions of each card with geometric exercises and meditations. The exercises are designed to teach the art and practice of sacred geometry.

Number of Cards Size Copyright Book Cover Card Back
33 3 3/8" x 5 1/8" 2001 [back design]
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Language of Card Titles: English

Also Included: instruction book (233 pages)

Unmarked Card, Point, Line, Circle, Spiral, Ellipse, Vesica Piscis,
Equilateral Triangle, Hexagram, Cross, Quadrature of the Circle,
Right Triangle, Square, Octagram, Dodecagram, Tetrahedron, Octahedron,
Icosahedron, Cube, Square and Diagonal, Gnomonic Expansion, Alternation,
Double Square, Progression of Roots, Discontinuous Proportion,
Continuous Proportion, Golden Proportion, Pentagram, Dodecahedron,
Unity of Primary Roots, Sphere, Squaring the Circle, Human Canon

Suit Names: no suits

Court Cards: no court cards


[Human Canon] [Point] [Gnomonic Expansion]


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