I have been looking further into spiritual geometry and building architecture. In Leonardo DiVinci’s time, it seems that all spiritually based buildings have a square, which symbolizes the earth or worldly realm, as the base and a dome, which symbolized the spiritual or Godly realm, as the roof. Hence, the reason for drawing the Vitruvian Man. If man is the mirror of the cosmos or made in the likeness of God, then it should be possible to depict the body of a man within a squared circle, the place where the worldly and spiritual realms meet. This was the puzzle that Vitruvius had proposed, and Leonardo was the first to solve.
The other day I wondered what it would be like to stand inside the Vesica Pisces. I know that the Vesica Pisces is the intersection between the masculine and feminine energies of the personal consciousness. That which is inner is outer, right?
I played around with designs of boat shaped rooms and seating arrangements. I also looked for such structures on the Internet, with no luck. Surely, I am not the only one who wanted to stand inside the shape of where the personal consciousness was transformed.
Then it hit me. In our three-dimensional reality, this shape can be depicted as an American football standing on its end. That would mean that the shape of the Vesica Pisces would be vertical and not horizontal. What famous buildings incorporate a vertical arch placed upon a square base?
While the overall layout of a Gothic Cathedral is in the shape of a cross, the inside is a series of square based three-dimensional arches. So, as you walk through the cathedral you move from one Vesica Pisces to the next. These buildings vibrate with a sense of holiness from the moment you walk into them.
The cathedral windows are another clue. They are a two-dimensional depiction of the Vesica Pisces or arch above the horizon attached to a square or rectangle below the horizon.