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    Kabbalah Tree of Life

    The Kabbalah Tree of Life derived from the Flower of Life.

    The Tree of Life, also called Jacob's Ladder.

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    "Anthropologists may have found that the planetary grid of Earth is an icosahedron by mapping high magnetic field locations in anomaly zones such as the Bermuda Triangle. The icosahedron is the shape of Archangel Metatron’s cube (Sphere of creation), which is a sacred geometric energy form that includes all other forms including the Flower of Life, Seed of Life, tree of life, the golden ratio, the golden spiral, the golden mean, Phi, Fibonacci, tetrahedron..."

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    Kabbalah Tree of Life

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    Tree of Life (in regards to the Major/Minor Arcana)

    Ancient Egyptian Art on Egyptian Papyrus. Unique Handmade Art For Sale at | Title: "Tree of Life Mural" | Size: 12" x 16" |

    You get in life what you have the courage to ask for.

    108: The Master Number of Our Reality. 108 permeates every religion, every single one. 1 = Oneness / 0 = Emptiness / 8 = Infinity (turned on its side of course ;) / 108 = All of Creation. Within the Pentagram, every interior angle is 108 degrees. The distance of the Moon to the Earth divided by the diameter of the Moon = 108. There are 12 signs of the zodiac and 9 planets (12 x 9 = 108). There are 108 pressure points on the human body. Stonehenge is 108 feet in diameter Read more...>

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    cycles, chakras, zodiac, star-tetrahedron, cross, tree of life - Sacred Geometry

    The sephera of the tree was a symbol of transcendence, associated with the god Mercury (the guide of spirits), who is depicted with wings. This image is a perfect symbol for the exile and return story of the Kabbalah, symbolizing both the upward striving and the balancing of opposites; the middle pillar of the tree represents equilibrium and harmony

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