Here we are!
I am back to teach Sacred Geometry with people in my new home in Glastonbury.
The classes will take place in Glastonbury in my own place and will be broadcasted online for people who can’t be physically in Glastonbury.
For a lesson, you will be provided a lesson learned papers and a workbook papers.
A lesson lasts two hours.
The first Lesson I prepared is called :
Introduction of a connected universe
Basic Geometry and Numbers
This first lesson will take place on Thursday 21st 2019 from 2 to 4 pm.
The price of these two hours Lesson is £44.
10 spots available in Glastonbury, unlimited online.
In this lesson, you will learn :
- Learn to build Platonic Solids out of paper
- Learn the meaning and the applications of the Tetractys
- Learn to square the circle and the underlying construct of the Cosmos through the Great Pyramid of Giza
- Learn to approach the language of Numbers in this construct
- Learn to connect this construct with Nature (double rainbow)
We will be looking at the five famous Platonic Solids. As a piratical activity, this lesson takes us to experience them through Origami.
The Tetractys has several powerful meanings and was one of the most important cornerstone for the Pythagoreans in the understanding of the universe through number, geometry and letters. We will have a proper look at these different applications in music, arithmetic, ancient culture and how the letters are part of a great universal language strengthening the idea of a connected universe, especially Latin and Hebrew alphabet.
An important geometric construct which involves square and compass called ” Squaring the circle” will also be part of the practical activity. This famous geometric problem well known by the geometers has a simple resolution by approximating the transcendental value of PI.
Finally we will see how this geometric construction relates to the dimensions of Earth and the Moon, and the perception of the double rainbow to the naked eye.
You can directly book here by getting your workbook and learned class papers :
If you are interested to this class or for further information, please message me directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.