ABOUT ARTIST

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Simon Wieland is a multidisciplinary artist from Poland.

In the age of 25 he began to study the ancient and esoteric knowledge being mostly fascinated about subjects like Power of sound ( vibrations ), Human Consciousness and 

Sacred Geometry - the ancient teaching about the foundation of all things created.

Using these forms and proportions Simon developed his own style of creating artwork that give a viewer unique perspective and harmonious feeling.

Each piece is hand-drawn mostly with metallic inks on the dark backgrounds. This composition of colours creates a 
unique contrast and depth. 

Simon is currently lives and creates in London, constantly experimenting and expanding his art from drawings to murals and video animations.

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ABOUT SACRED GEOMETRY

Sacred Geometry is the blueprint of creation and the genesis, the origin of all form. Sacred geometry is considered an ancient science that explores and explains the energy patterns that create and unify all things and reveals the precise way that the energy of creation organizes itself. It is said that every natural pattern of growth or movement comes back to one or more geometric shapes.

SEED OF LIFE

Seed of Life progression

The seed of life is also called the genesis pattern, where six intersecting circles signify the six stages of creation.

Egg of Life

Seed of Life in 3d

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egg with cube and star
egg with star

If we connect all the centres of the spheres with straight lines we end up having a cube and star tetrahedron perfectly inscribed in each other

FLOWER OF LIFE

Flower of Life

The flower of life is 19 intersecting circles within the boundary of a larger circle.

It’s said that all patterns can be found within it

Sacred geometry is the basis of everything that is.

Cell division

cell division of an embryo

Leonardo da Vinci has studied the Flower of Life's form and its mathematical properties. He has drawn the Flower of Life itself, as well as components therein, such as the Seed of Life.

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Now if take Flower of Life symbol and add and remove some circles we gonna get this symbol called the Fruit of Life

Fruit of Life

Fruit of Life

And next if we connect all the centres of the circles with straight lines we gonna get a symbol called Metatron's Cube

Metatron's Cube

Now in this symbol we can find a 5 three dimensional objects called Platonic Solids

Metatron's Cube with Platonic Solids

What makes these shapes unique is in every each of them, all edges are the same length, all faces are the same, all angles are the same. And if every each of them is placed into a sphere, all vertices will touch the sphere.

Tetrahedron

The Tetrahedron, also called the triangular pyramid, contains 4 faces, 4 vertices and 6 edges. Each face is triangular. The tetrahedron represents the element of fire.

Hexahedron

Hexahedron (also called a cube) is the second of the five Platonic solids. The hexahedron has 6 square faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges. The hexahedron is associated with the earth element

Octahedron

The third of the Platonic solids, the Octahedron, has 8 triangular sides, 6 vertices and 12 edges and symbolizes the air element.

Icosahedron

The Icosahedron has 12 faces, 20 vertices and 30 edges. Each face is shaped like an equilateral triangle. The icosahedron is associated with the water element.

Dodecahedron

The Dodecahedron has 20 faces, 12 vertices and 30 edges. Each face is shaped like a pentagon. The dodecahedron is connected to the Ethers.

These shapes are the building blocks of everything that we know in this reality. 

MERKABA

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The Merkaba is the intersection of two tetrahedrons.

The one pointing downward represents feminine energy and the one pointing upward represents masculine energy.

The word Merkaba is actually composed of three separate words: Mer, which means light, Ka, which means spirit and Ba, which means Body. Put together, these three words connote the union of spirit with the body, surrounded by light. The symbol, which takes the shape of a star, is believed to be a divine vehicle made entirely of light and designed to transport or connect the spirit and body to higher realms. Ancient Jewish texts reveal that the word is also the Hebrew for a chariot, and the Bible reveals that the word Merkaba itself is found in the Old Testament a total of 44 times.

SACRED GEOMETRY IN NATURE

Here i would like to show you how we are surrounded with these patterns and how its a big part of creation of this reality

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molecular structures

snow flake

flowers

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naturally formed crystals

honeycomb

turtle shell

slice of cucumber

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Seed of Life and the Flower of Life symbol in ancient places and temples all over the world

Ancient places

1. Turkey

2. Egypt

3. India

4. Scotland

5. Israel

6. China

7. France

8. Poland

9. Greece

10. Germany

11. Bulgaria

12. Sweden

Now ask Yourself why we've never learned that at school?

GOLDEN RATIO AND THE FIBONACCI

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 The golden ratio is found by dividing a line (AC) at a particular point to give two unequal sections, where the smaller one (AB) is proportionate to the larger one (BC) as the larger one (BC) is to the entire line (AC). The ratio is expressed as AB/BC = BC/AC.  It is easy to produce this ratio geometrically - for example in the five-pointed star: every outside line on the pentagon is in a phi ratio to any line of the star. Also, every line on the star has 3 segments. One side segment is in a ratio of 1:1.618 to the rest of that line. 
 

Spiral shell
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sunflower

aloe polyphylla

nautitus shell

Another aspect of the golden ratio is the Fibonacci Series. Each number in the series is the sum of the two before it: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ... The amazing thing is that the ratio of each successive pair of numbers is approximately 1.618 (phi). The higher the numbers, the more accurate they get. 8 divided by 5 is 1.60, but 89 by 55 is 1.61818. Once again, this series is found abundantly in nature, like the way that plant stems branch out.

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