Sacred Geometry in Ancient Goddess Cultures

Long before Pythagoras and Plato, there existed matrilineal societies around the Mediterranean, and Western Europe, led by women since the Ice Age. They pursued, with their children, a sophisticated understanding of astronomy and sacred science. In this detailed exploration, the first two parts decode the cosmological secrets hidden by ancient goddess-centered cultures on the islands of Malta and Crete and millennia before at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, and Stonehenge. In part three, behind-the-scenes influences of this tradition are found in Cappadocia, the Vedas, the temple of Angkor Wat, and the Vatican’s St Peter’s basilica.

Chapter 11 integrates the central equal perimeter geometry, as a single sacred geometry/mandala, the whole geocentric “universe”, centered on the Earth and its orbiting Moon.

As the book approaches release late January, there may be an opportunity to read a version on scribd at “Inner Traditions”.