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Although the most famous places where the sacred geometry of the Flower of Life are Egypt (the best known of all), Israel, Turkey and China, the reality is that his image was also seen in places like India, Spain, Italy, Romania, Scotland, Iraq, Japan and England, the latter being the place where else does it appear in the form of crop circles (in crops).


    The flower of life in India

    The Harimandir Sahib (Golden Temple), Hampi and the Buddhist Temples at Ajanta.

    Pitalkhora Buddhist temple in Maharashtra, India. from the year 200-100 BC

    Pitalkhora Buddhist Temple
    Pitalkhora Buddhist temple in Maharashtra, India

    The flower of life in Spain

    Also known as Flower or Hexapétala Rosette, the Flower of Life gained importance as a protective symbol, being found throughout the Iberian Peninsula in furniture, fabrics, and buildings from the 15th to the 17th centuries AD.

    The flower of life in Italy

    Geometric mosaic in Taormina – Sicily, 2nd century BC.

    It is known that Leonardo Da Vinciwas fascinated by the idea of ​​the absolute and the universal. Sketches have been found about his research on the flower of life and its derivatives.

    The flower of life in Romania

    The flower of life in Scotland

    The photos to the left were taken by us during a tour of a workshop in Scotland in 2007. They were taken at the UK’s oldest church: St. Magnus’s Cathedral in Kirkwall, Orkney.

    13th century seed of life

    The flower of life in Iraq

    It has been seen in stone decorations on a window sill in the palace of King Ashurbanipal. This was in northern Iraq, 645 B.C.

    Palace of King Ashurbanipal

    The flower of life in Japan

    The Flower of Life at the foot of a Buddha statue at Toshogu Shrine in Japan

    The flower of life in England

    Stonehenge stone circle – UK

    The ancient stone circle of Stonehenge, symbolizing the complete flower of life, the hexagonal geometric pattern on which the Earth’s natural energy grid is based.

    They have also been found in Mexico, France, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Austria.