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As we explore the inner workings of the Sri Yantra, we see that there are a myriad of technological applications of it in major industries, including: cosmology, astrology, quantum mechanics, art, agriculture and farming, architecture, physiology, and music.
Ancient technology was (and still is) used to determine and sustain the balance between human life, nature, and the Universe. The ancients believed that by studying the stars, they were also studying the inner workings of the human mind.
As the saying goes, “. . . as above, so below.”
When it comes to astrology, the Sri Yantra rules. Vedic astrology (a.k.a. Jyotish—the science of light) is a cosmic technology used to identify opportunities and provide invaluable insight from the Universe.
The vibration that resounds from Sri Yantra appears in magnetic waves—which makes it an “energy house”—absorbing all the reflections from the cosmos. These emitted waves clear all the negative energy present. Because of this phenomenon, the Sri Yantra is a sacred tool used to alleviate stress, anxiety, and fear as it opens up the space for the energy of transformation, happiness, health, and prosperity.
The supreme Sri Yantra is known as the genetic code of the Universe. It has its own intelligence supported by the technology of the cosmos and created from the Divine’s own being.
Not long ago, the Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN) conducted an experiment with their Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC was set to organize a high-speed collision for the purpose of creating antimatter particles. Scientists played Master of the Universe in an effort to recreate the aftermath of the “Big Bang” event that gave birth to the cosmos millions of years ago. In the first moments after the Big Bang, only energy existed. As the universe cooled and expanded, particles of both matter and antimatter were produced in equal amounts. Why matter came to dominate is a question that scientists have yet to discover.
The super collider CERN created to open doors to other dimensions resembles the structure of the Sri Yantra, wouldn’t you say?
Bill Witherspoon, the acclaimed artist and musician wrote, “Art as Technology,” after he and his team of friends and researchers created a series of artistic experiments where they constructed sacred geometry in nature. One of his experiments was to design a giant Sri Yantra in the Oregon desert.
They observed that certain geometric structures, especially the Sri Yantra, enliven and amplify specific laws of nature such as: changes in the weather, environment, soil, vegetation, and animal behavior; levels of awareness in humans; and an overall feeling of effortless harmony.
Witherspoon believes sacred geometry and its influence on nature consistently effect the total environment, including human physiology and consciousness.
“Art of this kind has the power and role of a technology; it can bring the beauty, balance, and wholeness of Nature into our day-to-day lives; it can help to create a venue from which Nature can speak; it is art that can assist in transforming our world into a fitting expression of the real possibilities inherent in life.” – Bill Witherspoon