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Seed of Life
The Seed of Life is formed from seven circles being placed with sixfold symmetry, forming a pattern of circles and lenses, which act as a basic component of the Flower of Life's design. The Seed of Life is a symbol depicting the six days of creation in which the Judeo-Christian god created life.
Flower of Life
The Flower of Life provides deep spiritual meaning and forms of enlightenment to those who have studied it as sacred geometry. There are various groups all over the world who derive particular beliefs and forms of meditation based (at least in part) on the Flower of Life. This symbol consists of seven or more overlapping circles, in which the center of each circle is on the circumference of up to six surrounding circles of the same diameter. However, the surrounding circles need not be clearly or completely drawn; in fact, some ancient symbols that are claimed as examples of the Flower of Life contain only a single circle or hexagon.
The Om, the symbol for the sound of the universe. The universe as seen by many, rides on a wave of energy. This energy from which all matter materializes and forms is represented as the Om. Used by Buddhist monks in meditation the om is the centering sound and the key to unlocking your internal energy banks and syncing in with the cosmos.
The Combination of all the plutonic solids creates Metatrons Cube. The profit Enoch, first mentioned in the book of genesis, the great grandfather of Noah, and the only man in the Hebrew and Christian spiritual texts to have never died. Enoch was the scribe of god and possessed great knowledge from which he was recording for all of man. So valuable was the mind and writing of Enoch that God carried Enoch up to heaven so he could finish his work in heaven for all of the universe to see. After his heavenly ascent Enoch was given a new name and place amongst the angels and took his place aside God as the Arch Angel Metatron. Metatrons Cube is a powerful spiritual symbol from which all geometrical spiritual symbols can be derived.
From Ancient Hebrew kabalah mysticism, the original translation means "thing that carries" or "cart". Known today as the divine light vehicle, and used by mystics to transport them into higher realms.