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Stéphane Cardinaux – Géométries sacrées

Tous les édifices construits par les bâtisseurs sont basés sur des tracés géométriques rigoureux. Le livre a comme objectif de vous donner les outils nécessaires pour retrouver leurs tracés (lorsqu'ils ont disparu) ou comprendre les lieux sacrés existants : menhirs, mégalithes, dolmens, cromlechs, villas gallo-romaines, temples égyptiens, chapelles, autels, cathédrales, collégiales, églises… Format 21 x 30 - 280 pages tout couleur

Scott Olsen – The Golden Section: Nature’s Greatest Secret

A concise and useful handbook on the Golden Section--also known as the Golden Ratio and Golden Mean. The Golden Section is a line segment divided into two parts, such that the ratio of the short portion to the longer portion is equal to the ratio of the longer portion to the whole.

Robert Lawlor – Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice (Art and Imagination)

Discusses the mythological properties assigned to geometric forms, and covers the Golden Section, gnomonic spirals, music, and the squaring of the circle.

Robert Lawlor elegantly sums up the genesis of sacred geometry and casts light on much of the western world's esoteric tradition. This is a book to which I have returned again and again in my studies and which constantly reminds me of the unity inherant in that which we variously refer to as nature, universe or God.

RIBORDY, LEONARD – Architecture et géométrie sacrées dans le monde

Résumé de "Architecture et géométrie sacrées dans le monde ; "à la lumière du nombre d'or""
Véritable approche philosophique, cette étude porte un éclairage nouveau sur une connaissance ancestrale qui s'exprime, dans la plupart des constructions sacrées, au moyen du nombre d'or, véhicule de la vie divine. ... Lire la suite

R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz – The Temple of Man

The monumental Temple of Man represents the most important breakthrough in our understanding of Ancient Egypt since the discovery of the Rosetta stone. This exhaustive and authoritative study reveals the depths of the mathematical, medical, and metaphysical sophistication of Ancient Egypt.

Miranda Lundy – Sacred Geometry (Wooden Books Gift Book)

Is there a secret language all around us? What's so special about the shape of the Great Pyramid? How can there be something sixy about circles?Lavishly illustrated by the author, this small introduction to one of the oldest and most widespread subjects on Earth will forever change the way you look at a triangle, arch, church window, fabric design, graphic or spiral. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sacred-Geometry-Wooden-Books-Gift/dp/1904263046/ [...]

Michael S. Schneider – A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe

Michael Schneider leads us on a spectacular, lavishly illustrated journey along the numbers one through ten to explore the mathematical principles made visible in flowers, shells, crystals, plants, and the human body, expressed in the symbolic language of folk sayings and fairy tales, myth and religion, art and architecture. This is a new view of mathematics, not the one we learned at school but a comprehensive guide to the patterns that recur through the universe and underlie human affairs. A Beginner's Guide to Constructing, the Universe shows you:

John Michell – The Dimensions of Paradise

Sacred Geometry, Ancient Science, and the Heavenly Order on Earth
An in-depth look at the role of number as a bridge between Heaven and Earth
• Reveals the numerical code by which the ancients maintained high standards of art and culture
• Sets out the alchemical formulas for the fusion of elements and the numerical origins of various sacred names and numbers
• Describes the rediscovery of knowledge associated with the Holy Grail, through which the influence of the Heavenly Order is made active on Earth

John Michell – How the World is Made: The Story of Creation According to Sacred Geometry

Galileo described the universe as a large book written in the language of mathematics, which can only be read by those with knowledge of its characters triangles, circles and other geometrical figures. In How the World Is Made John Michell explains how ancient peoples who grasped the timeless principles of sacred geometry were able to create flourishing societies.

John Martineau – A Little Book of Coincidence

A most unusual guide to the solar system, A Little Book of Coincidence suggests that there may be fundamental relationships between space, time, and life that have not yet been fully understood.

Gordon Strachan – Jesus, the Master Builder

Druid Mysteries and the Dawn of Christianity
There has been much speculation about Jesus' activities before the start of his ministry at the age of thirty. Did he travel beyond Palestine in search of wisdom and knowledge? Where did he acquire the great learning that amazed all who heard him teach, enabling him to debate with Scribes and Pharisees? Certain legends suggest that Jesus traveled to the British Isles with Joseph of Arimathea, a tin trader.

Gordon Strachan – Chartres – Sacred Geometry, Sacred Space

In this ground-breaking new work, Gordon Strachan explores the magnificent structure of Chartres Cathedral and its influences on the medieval master builders.

Using Chartres as a starting point, Dr. Strachan shows how the origins of the Gothic style—the pointed arch—may lie in Islamic architecture. He goes on to a fascinating and detailed consideration of how a particular architectural space affects us, and how sacred geometry creates sacred space.

Christopher Bamford – Homage to Pythagoras: Rediscovering Sacred Science

Homage to Pythagoras collects essential documents by people at the leading edge of the sacred sciences today. These articles—both scholarly and sympathetic to the Pythagorean perspective—are proof of the contemporary interest in Pythagoras’ philosophy as a living reality and provide a major addition to the field of Pythagorean studies and traditional mathematics. Contents:

Andrew Sutton – Ruler and Compass: Practical Geometric Constructions

Since the earliest times, mankind has employed the simple geometric forms of straight line and circle, in art, architecture, and mathematics. Originally marked out by eye and later using a stretched cord, in time these came to be made with the simple tools of ruler and compass.