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The sacred form

The Sacred Form is drawn directly from fundamental Sacred Geometry. While most sources try to force a more dualistic monotheism within this subject matter, the facts remain that in order for that to work you have to break some of the rules. First off the rules are simple. A single point represented Mind, Personality and Conscious Awareness. All Straight Lines are Male and Curved Female. After the shape of the Octahedron as the first single Male shape has been achieved as a manifestation and self-definition of God himself there is only one more process to go before actual creation begins to take place; The production of the Triad of Female Spheres. This shape allows for only 3 Simultaneous Female lines to be produced or otherwise Generated from the Male Shape. This becomes the 3 parameters for the formation of the Three Co-equal Goddesses who than assist in all the following works of all creation. However, many will stop as a trick and start drawing a single circle and multiply it within false parameters skipping over the triad of the Three Goddesses. This is itself is an abhorrent failure to follow the process from its premise to its proper conclusion. That is because the whole principle of Sacred Geometry came from Polytheistic sources, most notably the Egyptians through the Priests of Shai who was always resented with the Three Goddesses Renenutet, Meskhenet and Shepset. Alternatively the same concept is applied  in which Shai was expressed as Ptah and the Three Goddesses identified as in the alternative forms of Sekhmet, Bastet, and Wadjet, just to name a few.  Likewise this was carried on in the same principle of God’s form as Amon-Ra where Amun represents the essential aspect of God that is hidden and Ra represents the revealed aspect of God. He had no parents and created himself. Likewise in this same alternative the Three Goddesses were identified as Wosret, Ammunet, and Mut. In all cases the Three Goddesses are the three Wives of the One God and again falls within the principles upon which Sacred Geometry defined. As is stated by several examples this principle concept was not unique to just Ancient Egypt. It was wide spread and several examples are given pertaining to these facts at under The Divine Unity. The following Video also gives a visual set of examples. 

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