'geometry': from Greek ‘geos’ + ‘metros’: ‘to measure the Earth’
From chaos to order through an intelligent patterning of energies.
“Constructing the universe involves the process of volumization. The original field where patterns first appear is a sphere, a monad. The geometry that arises within this sphere is obligated to manifest the monad’s principal of equality in all directions. Nature adheres to this principle by configuring primary volumes that divide the sphere equally in all directions. There are only five volumes fulfilling this requirement of equality by repeating the identical corner angles, edge lengths, and surface shapes around a sphere. There can be only five possible 'equal divisions' of three dimensional space. These are the most regular, symmetrical, elegant, and economical expressions of space from which the designs of nature derive their characteristics.” 2 Five regular solids which then act as basic building blocks for our 3-dimensional universe, five fundamental essences underlying all other forms. Each is linked (archetypally, energetically) to one of the Four Elements (Earth, Water, Air, and Fire) which each informs and which in turn informs each.
If our planet is indeed a living being, moving and breathing through the agency of those 4 elemental modalities, may it not be best understood as operating from and around an underlying structure composed of those five regular solids? A geometrical skeleton which, when projected at the Earth’s surface, becomes a lattice of energy field lines circumferencing the globe in a regular fashion. An Earth grid, a geometrical matrix mapping all five regular solids within multiple orientations, externalizing the various forces that operate simultaneously within them. An etheric grid supporting and connecting all living forms to the Gaian body.
Concentrated energy erupting at the surface of this Earth body can occur at the intersecting nodes of this lattice ― meeting points of telluric and cosmic forces. At these and other locations of geomantic significance, many natural and man-made sacred sites will be found ― each with its own power and frequency, each its own way of organizing our senses and influencing our awareness. At such a location, in a remote desert setting of the Colorado Plateau, the Mandãla sanctuary will be found.
The floor of the cave-chamber lies directly above a geometrical matrix whose design could be as close to a Philosopher’s Stone as may be found in 2-dimensional geometry ― encoding as its does by orthographic projection the five regular solids. In essence a 2-dimensional replica of the Earth grid geometry described above. A matrix connected through both Space (planet Earth) and Time (Tzolkin sacred calendar) ― by principles of morphic resonance, numerical resonance, and by its physical location.