For thousands of years, the number three has been imbued with a mystique. What makes it so important that it is present in every culture, religion, architecture, mathematics etc.
No matter what ancient culture you look at, the highest ones always came as threes.
Certain numbers were considered sacred, holy, or magical by the ancient Egyptians, and number three was particularly of extreme importance. It was basic symbol for plurality, even the way they wrote the word for “plurality” in hieroglyphics consisted of three vertical marks ( | | | ).
Various cultures around the world use triads of deities to signify a complete system, for example the Hindu Trinity (Trimurti) of three godheads: Brahma – the creator, Vishnu – the protector and Shiva – the destroyer, or well known Roman pagan Trinity of Isis, Horus, and Seb.
Millions of people around the world believe we have been visited in the past by extraterrestrial beings. What if it were true?
Did ancient aliens really help to shape our history? And if so, might the secrets of the universe be revealed by examining the incredible power of three?
One of the greatest mathematician and philosopher of antiquity Pythagoras introduced his famous theorem: A squared + B squared = C squared in the sixth century BC. The Pythagorean Theorem was one of the earliest theorems known to ancient civilizations. This formula explains the mathematical relationship between the three sides of right triangles, and researchers worldwide believe it was originally based on the design of the Egyptian pyramids.
It is said Pythagoras was trained by Egyptians and obtain a lot of knowledge from them, and ancient Egyptians themselves say that this was knowledge from the gods. Some researchers suggest that this science may have been the gift of literal visitors from other worlds – beings that the ancient Egyptians revered as gods.
Pythagoras taught that everything in the universe has a three-part structure, he also stated that every problem in the universe could be reduced diagrammatically to a triangle and the number three.
Pythagoras and his followers were convinced that the triangle represented ascension, and the triangle and number three, according to them is the key to all hidden mysteries in the universe. However, Pythagoras was not the first to discover the importance of the number three.
In Carnac, France there are thousands of megalithic standing stones that are over 6,000 years old, and many of them are in the form of a right triangle, or a Pythagorean triangle. And they were built many thousands of years before Pythagoras. These same geometric relationships of the right triangle have also been found at Avebury and Stonehenge, and you have to ask yourself, does the Pythagorean triangle represent some kind of special extraterrestrial geometry? A geometry of threes?
Pythagorean triangle may contain wisdom that we still haven’t understood in terms of how physical, terrestrial geometry connects to extraterrestrial domains that may coexist with our own. Did extraterrestrial visitors provide early humans with advanced mathematical information? Information that would help them unlock the secrets of the universe? And if so, why? And what is the secret of the number three? Is it a code? Or could it be a gateway to communication with mankind’s alien ancestors?
Many scientists and inventors, including Nikola Tesla gave extreme importance to the number three.
“If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe.” Nikola Tesla
It is alleged the great Nikola Tesla did everything in (3) threes. Some say he was insane, others claim he suffered from and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (O.C.D.), many others believe that in reality Tesla was on to something most of us are unaware of? The magic begins with a 3, the base number of Creation.
Borromean rings or the “Tripod of Life” in the study of Sacred Geometry represents the energy form of the second day of creation. These rings are the core of the Seed of Life, and the underlying strength of the “Flower of Life”, believed to contain the very patterns of creation. The Flower of Life is considered by many as the physical representation of space and time.
It is reported that just by looking at these sacred patterns one can heal and expand their consciousness. When the three overlapping rings in the Tripod of Life are in three dimensional form, energy is generated and emitted. This energy can enhance our creativity and widen our consciousness level.
he Rule of Three is a principle which emphasizes the power of the number and its effectiveness.
Based on the Latin principle “omne trium perfectum”, everything that comes in threes is perfect and complete. The rule of threes can be found in many of our everyday creative expressions including writing, photography, films; even advertising.
The number six is its double three, twice as powerful, but is sublimated by “Universal Duality” or the “Law of Genders,” when positive and negative energies are parts of the whole.
The number nine (3×3) is the climax, the jewel of the threes. Its significance is divine, representing both the singularity, the initial point of the whole, the vacuum. Nine represents everything and nothing.
Nine represents the “Seed of Life”, the symbol of fertility, creation, and serves as the blue print for the universe and life.
Sacred Geometry suggests 3, 6, 9, are directly related to the pattern, design, and creation of both energy and matter.
For most of us, math is abstract, but we only need to look around to find thousands of physical representations of the 3, 6, 9, code. From the smallest object of nature to the very shape of the universe itself, the 3, 6, 9, code is everywhere.
In Sacred Geometry we have the keys to create our life in harmony with the universe, to become something we could only dream off, and solve the mystery of our existence and purpose.