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What makes the “Sacred” Sacred – 1

Anything which emanates from or relates to Godhead is referred to as Sacred. Sacred Geometry reduces itself to this singular and infinite point.

The King’s cubit

The secret of the Ark is in it’s dimensions which describe the Golden Mean. The actual dimensions of the Ark are inconsequential it’s there to teach a concept. Once you understand Phi as an emanating proportion you create your own “on site” dimensions which will be particular to that exact location. The combination of the Sacred and King’s cubit allows you to build and inhabit structures of

Golden section

universal harmony.

The King’s cubit comes from the measurement of the King’s bones. The Sacred building cubit comes from the water well which is associated with all of

source of the universal cubit

the sites.

You understand how our moon effects Earth’s tidal water. The tides are in and out daily and easy to follow along with a moon’s calendar.

water marks of solstices

Get this, all the objects in the sky are held together by gravitational force in orbit and have a greater and lesser effect on Earth. Although the strongest influence is the moon

all of the planetary bodies effect the conditions of Earth’s water.

If you dig a well and chart the water level each day at sunrise between the summer and winter solstice you have a measurement of the earth’s tilt.

If you take a glass half full of water and tip it thirty degrees you’ll be kind of imitating what’s happening inside Earth.

Measure this distance between the marks from the tropic of Cancer to the tropic of
Capricorn. Until you have figured out the Golden Mean or Phi proportion, just divide that figure by 1.618.

Dancing cube emanating from the sacred dimension

Cubits: Sacred and Profane

Cubits can be confusing let’s check them out.

There is a universal synchronicity captured in Geometry that is a relationship between all parts of the Universe and our bodies. Tall bodies, short bodies, malformed bodies all share this growth proportion.

The King’s cubit in building determines things like the height of windows the size of doorways, length of beds.. a builder really wants the king to be able to see out the windows and fit through the doors.


Another interesting relationship of golden section to the design of the human body is that there are:5 appendages to the torso, in the arms, leg and head. 5 appendages on each of these, in the fingers and toes and 5 openings on the face. 5 sense organs for sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. The golden section in turn, is also based on 5, as the number phi, or 1.6180339…, is computed using 5’s, as follows: 5 ^.5 *.5 +.5 = Phi In this mathematical construction “5 ^.5” means “5 raised to the 1/2 power,” which is the square root of 5, which is then multiplied by.5 and to which.5 is then added.

The second is the Sacred cubit. This measurement is taken from the measured balance of the Universe.


Notice that wells are associated with megalithic building. Find the well and measure it each morning at sunrise from solstice to solstice. Take this measurement and divide it by Phi and you have a universal measurement that is particular to that building event. Earth’s tidal water is in balance with all of the planet’s not just the moon.

The length of the Sacred cubit changes by locality.

The length of the profane cubit changes from King to King.

The Magician holding a rod of measurement says check out the tables of the four elements: fire, earth, air and water. Find the Phi and build your house.