Frucht des Lebens Silberring

Frucht des Lebens Silberring

Heilige Geometrie, das versteckte Symbol der Realit├Ąt

Entdecke das versteckte Muster des Universums und das Geheimnis der Realit├Ąt

Sacred Geometry Holy of Holies

The Fruit of life is the “Holy of holies” of Sacred Geometry. It is not revealed like the Flower of life which can be found in many places in the world. In fact, it is the hidden secret of Sacred Geometry. It is so confidential that even the Flower of Life, as it appears in the world, is actually only partially illustrated.

Why is this shape so important and secretive?

The reason is in its potential. If we connect all the possible centers of the circles we will receive 78 lines, creating a structure known as the Metatron’s cube. This structure contains bi-dimensional drawings of all 5 Platonic Solids: the cube, the tetrahedron, the octahedron, the dodecahedron and the Icosahedrons.
These figures are unique in having all their vertexes tangent with the surface of a ball. These figures and their different combinations give every possible molecular structure and every possible geometrical law, the reality we live in.

I hold great importance to this shape because it also contains the key to dimensions beyond the third dimensions. By studying the structure of the Fruit of Life you can open the gate to those dimensions and worlds, while usually we only feel their impact but don’t really experience them. It is claimed that the structure of the Fruit of Life contains all possible dimensions of the universe. This is also the reason for the name “Metatron’s cube” – in the kabbalistic tradition, Metatron is the angel in charge of all the worlds.

The shape of the Fruit of life is composed of 13 circles. 13 is also the key to unity and for a transition between worlds and dimensions. All those who play an instrument know the Chromatic scale of the 12 notes. The thirteenth note is actually repeating the first note, only on a higher frequency – meaning passing to a higher dimension!

Graphic representation of music

The music is the architecture of sound; it is the reflection of the laws of creation and of the universe – as we can see in the structure of the Fruit of Life.