At some point in our lives we ask ourselves, what is our purpose? What is life's meaning? Why do we exist? Humankind's search for meaning has been the impetus for the disciplines of sience and religion. While religion espouses a belief of a greater, all-encompasssing infinite consciousness, sience seeks the mysteries of the creation of the universe and life through strictly observable and repeatable data. But what is both are correct?
There is evidence that the "knowing" of spirituality can be unified with the observations of sience though two geometric symbols consisting of the triangle and the arc and their aspects. Author Carroll shows how, through the millenniums, religions have intuited the importance of these shapes and incorporated their symbolism throughout their beliefs, while these same shapes have been found by modern sience to be the essence of life and the cosmos. This shared geometry is not mere coincidence.
Unifying Spirit and Sience through Geometry and Symbolism
Carroll builds upon the iomportance of shape and symbols throughout history, religion, and sience, beginning with Moses and culminating with the Age of Aquarius. He reviews the symbolism of the Pythagorean Tetractys, the pyramids of Egypt, the Star of David, Chaos theory fractals, our DNA, and much more.
In the sudy of out collective symbolism through the eyes of both sience and spirituality, we find ourselves in relation to the whole, and our respective parts to play in this awe-inspiring universe of life.
Donald B. Carroll spent his career working in Fire & Rescue, as district chief, academy instructor and paramedic. During 30 years, he raised a family and pursued the meaning of life through extended study into the Cayce readings and other spiritual, scientific, and philosophical materials. Today, Carroll is a regular speaker and writer of metaphysical topics from Cayce to the Kundalini. He spent 10 years researching and writing his latest work, Sacred Geometry and Spiritual Symbolism. Carroll is also an international tour leader for the nonprofit Association for research and Enlightenment, visiting sites of a spiritual nature across the globe.