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If sacred geometry is such irritating bullshit etc, then I wonder why the
Royal Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland spent so much time publsihing
diagrams of it that I later used in 'An Illustrated Guidebook to Rosslyn
Any interested student of medieval architecture, especially those interested
in the great Gothic cathedrals, cannot fail to come acrossthe use of 'sacred
geometry' By its fruits etc.
Sacred geometry as applied to the landscape - that is somewhat more
arguable, but even there I knwo a large number of highly intelligent people
who take it very seriously indeed.
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