The Flower of Life via Zalmoxis What is the connection between the two? The symbol of the Flower of Life has been entwined with the human experience since antiquity. The earliest example can be found etched into the temple of Osiris in Egypt dating back over 8,000 years. There are claims that the symbols in Abydos may even date as far back as 10,500 BCE. The Flower of Life has also been discovered in the temples, art works, and manuscripts of ancient cultures from all over the world, including Dacian culture; the symbol having made its way into Romanian folkloric art and design.
The image has held a powerful spiritual meaning yet it has always been shrouded in mystery. What is the importance of this symbol and why are we still drawn to its energy in modern times? Scholars, in the past, have studied this symbol and have found it to be a great key in understanding the world around us and within us. Through its design the Flower of Life has awakened many to advanced knowledge of time, space and dimension. It shows us our connection to the divine through the design of Creation itself. How does it do that you may ask? To understand this symbol we have to break it down into its lowest common denominator: a single circle. The circle has always represented the Divine, Infinity, and the cycles of Time. From the circle, we get the mathematical constant Pi or 3.1419 which is the ratio of the circle's circumference to its diameter. This number is what we call a transcendental number which continues on infinitely, trying to reach its own balance and perfection.
In ancient times, the symbol of the circle with a dot in its centre was called the "Godhead". It represented the portal of creation, the portal of light, the infinite tunnel and the source of which all is an aspect. So as you can see, the circle was the symbolic and literal interpretation of the Infinite All.
Let us call the circle "The Circle of Life". When the circle multiplies itself we get another very ancient and powerful symbol, "The Vesica Piscis". This symbol represents the act of creation and the two polarities it creates. This is the base of the flower of life geometry. As the circles multiply out from the centre they create the Seed of Life, the Flower of Life and the Fruit of Life.
When we take the Seed of Life and rotate it, we get the perfect geometry of a Vortex or Torus. This structure can be found all over the Universe from the Earth’s Magnetic Field to galaxies, tornados, hurricanes, DNA, Chakras, flowers, fruit, plants and much more. From the Flower of Life we get the geometric structures of "the Platonic Solids", which are the building blocks of creation itself. In ancient Alchemy, the Platonic Solids were represented as the five elements: Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Ether. By understanding the connection between these geometries and the elements they represented, the Alchemist could learn the mysteries of Creation. The Flower of Life embodies the infinite nature of Creation; it is our blueprint in which mathematics, numbers, geometry, light, harmonics and frequency are brought to life. It connects us physically, mentally, emotionally & spiritually to the higher teachings of Creation. Through its design, we are drawn into these mysteries with new questions that propel us along our evolutionary journeys.
The Pleiades/Zalmoxis has also been entwined with the human experience since antiquity. In fact, there are hundreds of ancient temple structures found around the world that have been built in alignment with the Pleiades/Zalmoxis Star System. The big question is why? Why were the most important sacred sites and temples purposely built to align with the Pleiades/Zalmoxis? Why did diverse peoples, separated by vast distances and oceans, place such importance on a very small point in the night sky? These are important questions to ask, with very big implications. This point in the sky was the source of great knowledge to the ancestors. Just like the symbol of the Godhead, the Pleiades may be the point in the sky that connects us to a stream of Higher Consciousness. Building structures on Earth in this alignment was a method for grounding, or rather, inviting these energies into the environment and the evolving human consciousness. Through these higher streams of information, the people began to receive great inspiration that gently nudged our ancestors into seeing the world with new eyes. The Flower of Life is just one example of the information that was passed down from this Star System into the diverse human civilizations across Time, ancient Egypt being one of the earliest to record and demonstrate knowledge pertaining to this symbol’s functions. We can follow the trend of the symbol’s heritage all the way back to the lost world of Atlantis, the remnants of which laid the foundation for Egypt’s technology. Furthermore, following the clues found in Greek writings referring to Deceneus’ travels and initiations in Egypt, we can observe this particular lineage across time and location which may have delivered the Flower of Life design, through the Pleiadian portal, to the Time and lands of the Dacians.