flower of life

Flower of Life

What is the flower of life

The Flower of Life is a geometric shape composed of nineteen evenly spaced and overlapping circles arranged in the shape of a flower with perfect symmetry. There are also different variations of the symbol, more or less complex in their design, whose symbolism is different.

This ancient symbol was highly valued by architects, artists and philosophers for its harmonious shapes and perfect proportions. Pagans consider it to be a sacred geometry containing ancient religious values representing the fundamental forms of space and time. Sacred geometry is said to be a blueprint for the design of life, the origin of all things in the universe. They believe that the Flower of Life symbol is a visual representation of the interconnectedness of life and all beings.

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The meaning of the flower of life

The meaning of the Flower of Life symbol is a representation of the cycle of creation. It represents how all life comes from a single source, represented by the circle in the middle of the design. The name "Flower of Life" is not derived from its representation as a flower, but from the symbolism of the cycle of a fruit tree.

The symbol of the Flower of Life has been of great significance to many throughout history. The symbol is found in manuscripts, temples and artworks in all cultures of the world.

It is believed that there is a secret symbol hidden within the Flower of Life symbol, which is said to contain the most significant and sacred patterns in the universe. It is said to be a kind of blueprint for the creation of life, atoms, planets, elements etc.

Flower of life symbol

The symbolism of the Flower of Life has become increasingly important within modern groups and movements. It has a deep spiritual meaning, from which many people of different religions and cultures have drawn more specific beliefs and feelings.

Some variations of the Flower of Life have a different meaning and significance. The most common form of the "Flower of Life" is the hexagonal pattern consisting of 19 full circles and 36 half circles surrounded by a large circle.

  • The Seed of Life is made up of seven overlapping circles forming a pattern that is a basic element of the Flower of Life design. To some, its meaning symbolizes the 7 days of creation in which God created life.

Seed of life pattern

  •  The Egg of Life is also a symbol made up of seven circles taken from the design of the flower of life, the shape of which is that of an embryo in the first hours of its creation.

Egg of life pattern

  • The Fruit of Life is also a sacred geometry which is composed of 13 circles taken from the design of the Flower of Life. It is said to be the blueprint of the universe, containing the basis for the design of every atom, molecular structure, life form and everything that exists.

Fruit of life pattern

  • The Metatron's Cube represents the five platonic solids that can be derived from the Flower of Life. The five Platonic solids are geometric shapes that are said to act as a template from which all life springs, according to spiritual belief.

Metatron's cube pattern

The Platonic solids are five structures that are crucial because they are the building blocks of organic life. These five structures are found in minerals, animate and organic life forms, sounds, music, language, etc.

The Metatron's cube is also considered a sacred glyph, used to ward off evil spirits. It is also believed that the tree of life in Kabbalah (an esoteric tradition) is derived from the flower of life.

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Flower of life history

The Flower of Life is an ancient and fascinating symbol. It has found significance in many cultures around the world, as evidenced by ancient manuscripts, temples, synagogues and art. However, it was only recently, in the 1990s, that it was named the "Flower of Life".

The earliest known representations of the Flower of Life were found in the Temple of Osiris in Egypt and date back at least 6,000 years, and recent research has concluded that they could not have been made before 535 B.C. These representations of the symbol are fascinating because they were not carved in rock, but rather burned or drawn on granite with red ocher with great precision. Some believe that the symbol could have been used to represent the Eye of Ra.

The Flower of Life is also found in many religions and some believe that the Tree of Life, which is associated with the teachings of the Kabbalah, may be derived from the symbol.

Today, the Flower of Life is considered a spiritual symbol that is very present in many ideologies as a sacred geometry. The various meanings of this symbol tend to find a deeper meaning to life by reconnecting with the interconnectedness of all things. There are groups of people all over the world who use this symbol to strengthen their spirituality through the practice of meditation.

It is no wonder that the Flower of Life symbol is commonly found in Flower of Life tattoos, decoration and jewelry.

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