There’s Something About St. Mary’s

Sacred Geometry and the Golden Proportion. It’s not just St. Mary’s. It could just as easily be St. George’s, St. Michael’s, or any other church you care to name. Indeed, there is an indefinable ‘something’ about many of our older churches and cathedrals, especially the great Gothic cathedrals of the middle Ages. But what exactly is that ‘something’? What is it that makes a structure a good place for spiritual working? What gives it that numinous quality that leads us to define the space as sacred? Any dowser will tell you that almost all of our sacred structures, from the … Continue reading There’s Something About St. Mary’s