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Schneider On Sacred Mathematics

Excerpted from A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe, by Michael S. Schneider:

When the lessons of symbolic or philosophical mathematics seen in nature, which were designed into religious architecture or art, are applied functionally (not just intellectually) to facilitate the growth and transformation of consciousness, then mathematics may rightly be called “sacred.”

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