Mud, Water & Beeswax
Sacred Geometry Facts
The Sacred Hexagon & Tetrahedron
The Fruit of Life is a shape taken directly from the Flower of Life. It is made of thirteen equal sized circles. If you connect the centre of each circle to the others with a straight line, you end up with 78 lines in total. The final shape forms what we refer to as Metatron’s Cube.
Within this shape or cube, many other shapes can be found, including two dimensional versions of the five Platonic Solids. Metatron's Cube is, therefore, the template that delineates the Platonic solids.
These solids are the five structures that form the building blocks of organic life, and which can be found in crystals minerals, organic life forms, sound, music, language and so on.
In early Kabbalistic scriptures, Metatron supposedly formed the cube from his soul, and Metatron is also a reference to the highest Kabbalistic angel who sits at Kether, or the God Head.
Metatron's cube is also considered a holy glyph, and was often drawn around a person to ward off evil spirits and dark entities. It is present in many of the ancient mysteries including Egyptian mythology, ancient Judaic teachings and in alchemy. It is a primordial and very powerful image.
Water Crystals = Sacred Geometry
Freezing water forms crystals. These crystals regularly assume hexagonal forms. Snowflakes, for example, display an infinite variety of patterns, but all these patterns are variations of the basic hexagon shape. The reason for this lies in the structure of the water molecule.
The water molecule roughly approximates a tetrahedron in form, with a large oxygen atom in the center and two small hydrogen atoms perched at two corners of the tetrahedron. Two sets of paired electrons occupy the other two tetrahedral corners. The angles between each of these four corners are close to the tetrahedral angle of 109.5 degrees.
Dr. Angelos Michaelides and a team of scientists discovered pentagonal ice crystals on copper. Hexagons also occur. Why are hexagons the common arrangement? "There is no rule that hexagons should form," according to Dr. Michaelides. They just do. Sacred geometry and the natural world working together.
What is Hexagonal Water?
Hexagonal Water is a specific arrangement of individual water molecules where 6 H2O units consistently link to form a ring-like structure. This unique arrangement is the basis of a more complex crystalline network that is formed when numerous hexagonal units join together.
All water contains a certain percentage of hexagonal units – some sources more than others. The percentage of hexagonal units appears to depend on a number of factors, including the energetic influences that water is exposed to. For example: chlorine, fluoride and many pollutants typically found in municipal water sources reduce the number of hexagonal units. Tap water typically has a very low percentage of hexagonal structures.
Historically and into the present, there are a number of places throughout the world where the water has a high concentration of hexagonal structures. Many of these places are known as "healing springs.” (Many people have heard of Lourdes, France - a prime example) Others areas are known for producing inhabitants that live long and disease-free lives.
Only healthy water can form beautiful hexagonal snowflake-like crystals. Snow water, water in fruits and vegetables, cold water from deep wells and pristine streams - all have the ideal hexagonal structure.
|Tap water cannot form crystal hexagonal structures even when it freezes. Of all water's properties, its hexagonal structure is probably the most important, but is also the most fragile. It is easily destroyed by environmental contaminants and modern water treatment processes.
The Structure of Water Determines Our Health
Water molecules are made of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms (H2O). The relationship between these atoms gives water a unique electrical polarity. Water's unique ability to form and transform; create and recreate; penetrate and dissolve anything it touches; and to collect and deposit information wherever it flows is what gives all living things their vital dynamism.
Water molecules bond easily with other molecules. In other words, water is extremely "sociable”. It eagerly seeks to mingle with other elements and gladly picks up "hitchhikers”. This is a great feature if the water picks up good things like rich nutritious minerals and life-giving oxygen, but it's a very bad thing when it picks up toxic pollutants, nasty chemicals or disease-causing organisms and then enters your bloodstream!
"Hexagonal Water is found surrounding healthy DNA, whereas unorganized
water is found surrounding the DNA of diseased tissue."
-- Jhon, M.S., The Water Puzzle and the Hexagonal Key
Dr. Masaru Emoto ~ The Message From Water
Dr. Masaru Emoto, in his well-known book, The Message From Water, shows how different energies effect water. The beautiful photos in his book are taken following "flash freezing.” They provide a graphic representation of the degree to which water is hexagonally structured. His photos of tap water show very little crystallization. On the other hand, the water from some of the world's pristine springs, freezes to form beautiful snowflake-like crystals – the more intricate the six-sided crystal, the greater the amount of Hexagonal Water in the sample.
Healthier Cells- supported by tightly bonded, hexagonal water clusters - created by "structure making" ions (see above).
Pollutants and toxins are unable to bond with water molecules and create toxin accumulation and cellular problems.
Unhealthy Cells- characterized by loosely bonded, pentagonal or unstructured water clusters and "structure-breaking" ions (see table above).
Pollutants and toxins can easily bond with water molecules and create toxic accumulation and cellular problems.
Stay tuned occasionally for new content on the topic of the significance of the hexagonal shape of the honeycomb.
Mud (Marl) Clay = Sacred Geometry
Mudstone and Marlstone are names used to describe limy or dolomitic shales. Clay minerals are hydrous aluminum silicates, with variable amounts of iron, magnesium, alkali metals, alkaline earths, and other cations. Clays have structures similar to mica and form flat hexagonal sheets.
Clay minerals are characterized by two-dimensional sheets of corner sharing SiO4 and AlO4 tetrahedra. These tetrahedral sheets have the chemical composition (Al,Si)3O4, and each tetrahedron shares 3 of its vertex oxygen atoms with other tetrahedra, forming a hexagonal array in two-dimensions. The fourth vertex is not shared with another tetrahedron and all of the tetrahedra point in the same direction, that is, all of the unshared vertices are on the same side of the sheet.
In clays, the tetrahedral sheets are always bonded to octahedral sheets formed from small cations, such as aluminum or magnesium, coordinated by six oxygen atoms. The unshared vertex from the tetrahedral sheet also form part of one side of the octahedral sheet, but an additional oxygen atom is located above the gap in the tetrahedral sheet at the center of the six tetrahedra. This oxygen atom is bonded to a hydrogen atom forming an OH group in the clay structure. Clays can be categorized depending on the way that tetrahedral and octahedral sheets are packaged into layers. If there is only one tetrahedral and one octahedral group in each layer the clay is known as a 1:1 clay. The alternative, known as a 2:1 clay, has two tetrahedral sheets with the unshared vertex of each sheet pointing towards each other and forming each side of the octahedral sheet.
Bonding between the tetrahedral and octahedral sheets requires that the tetrahedral sheet becomes corrogated or twisted, causing ditrigonal distortion to the hexagonal array, and the octahedral sheet is flattened. This minimizes the overall bond-valence distortions of the crystallite.
Depending on the composition of the tetrahedral and octahedral sheets, the layer will have no charge, or will have a net negative charge. If the layers are charged, this charge is balanced by interlayer cations such as Na+ or K+. In each case the interlayer can also contain water. The crystal structure is formed from a stack of layers interspaced with the interlayers.
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Dr. Masaru Emoto has various websites and books outlining wonderful proof showing how water with balance and purity has well formed honeycomb shape while polluted, toxic, radiated and misbalanced water reflects demented, misshapen configurations.