Temple of Heaven and Earth: Thomas Karl Dietrich
When reading this in-depth and highly informative book I decided to focus on the areas, which I felt most interesting, and what I learned after reading it. Let’s begin with the fact that all life on Earth relies upon energy and go from there. The chapter continues with how the life of honeybees focuses upon energy management in their food supply which helps to maintain their core hive temperature enabling them to survive in the winter. The author goes on the explain that in order to give bee-scouts the extra food to discover new hive sites for the new queen bee swarm in order to sustain new worker bees and drones the honeybees need to focus on energy management. The author relates much information within the pages of Chapter One that explains the role of Astronomy in Energy. Astronomers recognize that the motion of the stars and galaxies create enormous amounts of energy. This radiates throughout the universe. He continues by explaining how cosmic energy is absorbed in the channels and faultlines of the crust of the earth where it takes on the negative “ polarity of our planet and becomes earth-energy. How it reaches the courses of found heads in the crust of the Earth and where it can bubble up is discussed. Energy believe it or not can be transmitted to many places and changed or transformed into many things. The author continues with the role of astronomy in energy by defining the fact that they recognize that the motion of the galaxies and stars create huge amounts of energy that radiates throughout the universe. He explains where the cosmic energy is absorbed and helps us to understand the union of heaven, earth, which is the physics behind all of Hermetic wisdom meaning the Earth, mirrors everything that exists in the heavens- “On Earth as it is in heaven and in heaven as it is on Earth.” Energy can and is transmitted to many places and transformed into many things. The remainder of Chapter One will focus on the many instances the energy channels in the earth, the fact that most temples, churches and cities are generally aligned to the four directions: north, south, east and wet to insure optimal benefits of health and warmth from Sun and Moon Light, and the exposure to the eight winds. Benefits of Cosmic Energy, The Human Aura and The Earth’s Halo are all part of this chapter. Cosmic Energy and Energy Sites is the focal point of Chapter 2 and Chapter 3, which I found quite fascinating focuses on Energy and Symbols. Earth is represented by a square and Heaven by a circle as it is all around the Earth. The Freemasons logo adopted the ancient traditions of the Knights of Temple of Solomon where the right-angled set-square ( the Earth) and the compass for drawing the circles (Heaven). Compass and square appear in ancient China as the symbols of the philosophy of the wisdom of Heaven on Earth. You can see the logo on the first page of this chapter. The G in the center is to represent geometry, the science that God used to design the universe. Throughout the chapter the author shares much of the art, its meaning dating back to Egyptian and Mesopotamian times where the art depicts gods traveling in boats upon a cosmic ocean decorated with zigzag energy patterns. The remainder of the chapter shows more art, the Spirit Art in Physics and the geometric images of crop circles. Chapter Four explains why Astronomy is the Mother of all Science followed by Changes in the Cycle: The Four Seasons. The author focused on the study of the earth and its relationship to cosmic energy and defines how energy affects everything in life from physics all the way to the amazing things we have on Earth. Cosmic Man and the Great Pyramid is the focus of Chapter 7 where the author explains The Vitruvian Man and the Earth Mood Pyramid. Da Vinci’s drawing of this Cosmic Man is taken from the geometry of the Earth-Moon Pyramid diagram interpreted from ancient sources. Robin Heath is responsible for the illustration. Explanations of Da Vinci’s adjustments state that he wanted to express the dual nature of Man- “a creature composed of equal parts and matter.” Cosmic numbers implanted in man, The Circle of Six Arcs, The Monad and the Golden Ratio in Chapter 8 and how modern corporate science uses energy to power mechanisms. What was really fascinating was the information related to ancient science and how it is used to heal, cure and hopefully deal with health issues. Imagine the true meaning of the joy of life, truth in speech and communication and much more. What I found fascinating was the fact that the ancient people were guided by the cosmological philosophy of astronomy and physics. Death was never feared because it was only a cycle within the larger physics of the All. He continues by stating that the “soul is intelligent energy and cannot be created or destroyed. The explanation continues on pages throughout chapter 9. The chapter concludes with information about the Protection of Holy Paces, the Glorious Hebrew prophet Isaiah and his thoughts as well as St. John the Divine and his thoughts. Chapter 11 brings it even more to light as the author beings by talking about inventions such as the television, telephone and telecommunication and how they were created in the past using our mind, body and the power of an earth energy site. The ancient people had a remarkable way of accepting the Universe, which as the author states if half order and half chaos resulting in the creation of change and focusing mainly on energy.
What is equally as interesting is the author explains that negative energy comes from reheat or under the surface of the spinning and revolving Earth, while Positive energy comes from the motion of the Sun and the Universe. Negative ground charges of energy look for channels they can flow freely. Information about the Water Planet, John W. Burke, A Modern Energy Dowser and Healer Raymond Grace are just some of what the author shares within this chapter. Wonders of the World is the focus of Chapter 12 which retells the story of Machu Picchu a most Ancient Holy Mountain starting with the fact that three grades of stonework appear at Machu Picchu: one for common habitations, another for the Inca Monarch and finally highly polished ashlars for temples, astronomical observation windows and gnomes. The author continues with a detailed explanation of the extraordinary care and precision in construction and why it suggests higher religious motivation connected with all aspects of sky watching and astronomical investigation.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa which looks like an unusual architectural accident in a country whose builder were renowned throughout the ancient and modern world is the focus for the next part of this chapter. When and how the tower was built and how and why it leans you will have to learn for yourself as a little mystery is great to solve on your own plus there is much more you will discover as you read Chapter 12. Energy in the Holy Land and Sacred Bee Culture are discussed as we come to the final chapter or the conclusions drawn, which I will leave to you the reader to read for yourself.
Ancient Giants in the Ohio Valley Mound Culture and the Sacred Bee Culture which suggested that in very ancient times there was no cross at Ahenny but only the base and the bee-hive Omphalos to mark the site of holy energy, enlightenment and strength, which bees had originally discovered and used for their own benefit. A noted energy dowser named Guy Underwood is sited in this chapter as having written that wild beehives in nature are found over significant energy portals. This is one of the scared aspects of the nature of bees that he talks about. The final conclusion talks about the idea that we live in a sacred universe which stems from the Golden Age, a time when man could achieve anything through belief in the interconnectedness of all things through the Cosmic Mind. Understand within these last few pages the powerful secret of the Templers what the fact it allowed them to travel unhindered throughout the word, and control banking institutions that feed money and credit from all state and local control. The rest and the final secrets you have to uncover yourself.
Author Thomas Karl Dietrich takes us on a journey learning about the Temple of Heaven and Earth, where energy sources come from and illustrations of the sacred sites and allows us to understand as he states on the front cover: Science and Wisdom of the Golden Age.
The author uses his own experiences as a professional stone-image carver and student of philosophy, astronomy and classics to aide us on our journey. His world travels and living in Ireland and investigating the ancient sites for the presence of earth-energy throughout Europe and the Mediterranean to Corsica, Sardinia and other places around the world helps to bring this story to light. The illustrations, the research is extensive and the knowing that this author is responsible for many extraordinary discoveries which you can find and learn more about at: cosmomyth.com. I certainly will.
The author’s intention in writing this book of the classical ancient worldview from the Golden Age incorporated Anthropological studies, an alternative to the New World Materialistic, corporate and progressive ideology. He also brings to light information of naturalists and environmentalists, homeopathic health enthusiasts. It also includes classical studies in literature, folklore, symbols and also written to support the spiritual worldview that we are all divine members of the divine cosmos.
The highlights of this investigation are: analysis of the Pre-Flood Great Pyramid at Giza, the geometry and mathematics of the Turin rule, and the definition of the ‘astrologic argument’, namely that ancient people only saw astronomy in terms of our perspective here from the Earth which gave them a better understanding of the physics of Earth.
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Let’s give this book five golden positive energy charges.