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Sacred Geometry

49 48 Stone CirCLeS ChurCheS vesicas in action for over 4000 years Four flattened stone circles are shown opposite with their consistent geometry as discovered by Professor Thom. On the left are examples of the typeA shape, on the right typeBs. The vesicabased constructions are also shown see page 6 for vesica. Shown on this page is the groundplan of Winchester Cathedral. An interplay of simple vesicabased triangular and square systems, ad triangulum and ad quadratum, underlies the plans of many ecclesiastical buildings see top row page 21. The design of a sacred building, whether church, stone circle or temple, requires the designer to marry the universal symbolism of the geometrical moves he or she is making with the specific religious language. Local factors also go into the cauldron, whether sun, star or moon rise and set positions, or nearby sacred hills, springs or leys. For instance, Winchester Cathedrals axis points 72o from north, creating a magical magnetic pentagram. Dinnever Hill Long Meg Barbrook Cambret Moor TypeA flattened stone circle TypeB flattened stone circle
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