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Anatomy Occultus V2: A study of the Tree of Life in its anthropomorphic & Adam Kadmon form by Artist, Chuk Vinson

"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..."

The Flower of Life, Tripod of Life, Tree of Life, Seed of Life, Egg of Life, Fruit of Life, Metatrons Cube, TetraHedron, Dodecahedron, Shape of God, Free Mason Symbols, Vesica Pisces, the 3Ds (x,y,z), cube, holy trinity, Atomic Lattice Structures, DNA, Yin-Yang, Interferometry Signal Patterns, and all of the English Numbers and Letters

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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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The #Menorah as a chart of the sefirot, a map of how God-energy moves inside everything. The Jewish mystical tradition uses the map of the Sefirot to describe the intrinsic energy pattern of Creation on all levels, from the macro-cosmic to the microscopic. This "Tree of Life" is the Jewish description of the archetypal pattern – a dynamic unfolding of expressive, contracting, and balancing energies emerging from the Infinite Light of Gd. (from jewish renewal congregation