Flower of life 55mm 3D print model

Sacred figures: how the Flower of life was formed The Flower of life itself, according to the ideas of the ancients, contains samples of creation that once appeared from the so-called great void. The first in the world, as the ancient philosophers believed, was the Seed of life. Like the flower of life, it is displayed as a special shape in geometry. The seed of life geometric pattern consists of 7 circles of equal diameter, 6 of which touch in the center of the 7th.

According to ancient philosophy, the Seed of life once fertilized the Egg of life. This figure represents 7 spheres located around one Central one witherased intersections. The egg of life is notable for the fact that ancient philosophers considered it a representation in geometry and music. The fact is that the distance between the spheres in it is equal to the distance between musical tones and semitones.

Just by showing the erased arcs at the intersections of the spheres, you can eventually get the Flower of life itself, which already contains 13 circles in the plane. This pattern, in turn, generates the Fruit of life-a figure of 13 circles without intersections. One of the spheres in this case is located in the center, and the other 6 are located around it. Another 6 figures make up the third outer layer, touching the spheres of the second only at one point. Each sphere of the Fruit of life explains a separate aspect of reality.

According to ancient philosophers, the four figures — the Seed, Egg, Flower and Fruit of life-contain the entire universe. They can be applied to any aspect of our lives and the world around us.

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    • Publish date2020-11-08
    • Model ID#2695767
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