Sunday, March 22, 2015

Reviews and Links


 “Books on numerology and other aspects of symbology can be quite assertive, asking us to accept meanings because they “say so,” but little in the way of evidence is brought to bear. This book is different in that it provides lots of evidence for the connections and associations that it describes. One way of understanding what the book is about would be to entertain the notion that the creative process is intelligent, as we see elements of design that suggest as much. Analysis of certain facts, such as the constant use of the “cubit” as a unit of measurement among civilizations not known to have communicated, has implications the author enjoys sharing. Well illustrated, thought provoking, recommended.”

-Henry Reed

“Sacred Geometry is seen in nature through the Fibonacci Sequence, including the spirals of seashells, the shapes of pine cones and pineapples and leaves unfolding on a branch. Humanity uses these geometric patterns to create masterful works of art and architecture as well as producing scientific patterns following the golden ratio. Carroll covers a variety of these symbols in the book and explains their uses by different cultures through history. He also shares what Cayce had to say on these symbols and explores what the future holds as science and spirituality attempt to work together to better understand the importance of sacred geometry.”

- Kala’s Bohemian Blog: Exploring Sacred Geometry in Nature and Beyond

“When my friend Don Carroll asked me to do a brief review of his new book for the A.R.E.’s 4th Dimension Press, I was honored but at the same time a bit hesitant. His amazing grasp of the various disciplines evident in this monumental work goes far beyond my own expertise, which is primarily in the field of observational astronomy itself. Over the past decade, he has openly shared with me his intense research for this book as it developed—and I have been in awe at both the depth of his knowledge and the connections he has found between sacred geometry and spiritual symbolism. I often felt as I quietly listened that I was in the presence of some advanced being from the starry heavens!
From my perspective, this seminal work is without equal and should be read by everyone who seeks to better understand creation at all its levels. More importantly, this book stands as a wonderful and inspiring example of the heights to which an exalted love of knowledge can propel an individual. ”

- James Mullaney, F.R.A.S.

James Mullaney is author of nine books including Edgar Cayce and the Cosmos and Celebrating the Universe! (Hay House) and is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society of London.

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