The Sacred Geometry of Sri Aurobindo's Symbol - Geometric Keys of Vedic Wisdom Video Series



Additional note (3 March 2018):  in "Sacred Geometry Drawing the Great Pyramid & Testing on Geogebra", YouTube user SGD finds the bottom angle of the Vesica Piscis construction of the Pyramid to be 51.61° where as the Great Pyramid of Egypt is between 51.84° and 51.84°. The angle of the Mother's design, based on standardized measurements of Sri Aurobindo's Symbol (from May 1964) shows a height of 7.58 cm and a base of 12 cm and two base angles of 51.5°. However, using an angle calculator, this same height and base produces two base angles of approximately 51.64°, quite close to the Vesica Piscis construction of the Pyramid. The below image is from the archives of Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea), and I believe was drawn by Kai Sievertson. These measurements appear to be obtained from "the Drawing Office" of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram if there is such a thing. I do not know if Thea added these slightly-off angle measures (51.5°, 51.5° and 77°) to the standardized measurements of Sri Aurobindo's Symbol or if they are part of the official standard measurements. I will try to find out.


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