Forgetting Hologram Jesus

23 11 2008


The temple, in its highest manifestation, was seen as constituting a microcosm, an image of the entire universe, and was laid out accordingly. The temple was seen as an organism, possessing a body and a living spirit. The spirit was attracted through the temple’s underlying geometry and proportions, and gematria, thus reflecting the harmony of the universe and those principles which underlie the genesis of life. Based on the idea of “like attracts like”, the temples of antiquity, like the Gothic cathedrals of medieval times, were designed to reflect, and hence enshrine, the living spirit of harmony which underlies the universe.

-David Fideler, Jesus Christ, Sun of God: Ancient Cosmology and Early Christian Symbolism
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