The Subtle Effects of Shape and form

All shapes and forms emit certain influences, not only astrologically, but by virtue of their lines, angles, contours, relief, etc. Designers and architects are highly aware of the positive, neutral, or negative effects their works produce, but the general populace is not, at least not consciously.

Most houses and buildings today, for example, have squarish or rectangular forms, producing dry, hard, factual, and uncreative influences, while some hundreds of years ago, there was more roundness, curvature, and artistic design, producing softer, more creative, and harmonious influences. What a difference between the boxes and skyscrapers of modern Western society and the beautiful homes, edifices, churches, and palaces of ancient and not too long ago European and Eastern societies.

While rectangular houses are a little better than square ones, they both produce stressful or discordant vibrations, on account of their sharp ninety degree angles or corners. In astrology, this is known as the square aspect which produces tension and stress. Why do spiders love the corners of walls? Because they are negative energy creatures seeking negative energy. Flow or harmony is broken in such areas because of the abrupt change in direction. A curved or rounded corner alleviates this somewhat.

It's the same with spiked or pointed objects which can cut into you, not only physically, but etherically as well. All knives, swords, spears, needles, spikes, or even kitchen forks emit negative influences, especially when pointed at you. So do the sharp corners or tips of doors, furniture, pens, paper, and other objects. Don't sleep with any sharp objects facing you. Tables are better round or oval than square or rectangular, as are chairs, beds, rooms, homes, and residences.

Also, simple things like belts, watches, bands, straps, elastics, ties, necklaces, and bracelets have a way of gnawing or at you both physically and into your subtler bodies. Maybe we should resort to wearing loose fitting togas again, like they did in ancient times, with as little jewelry or add-ons as possible.

The Tartarian empire which was destroyed by modern European colonialism understood the the sacred and harmonious geometry of roundness and curvature, which was highly evident in all of their constructions, and used it to produce healthy and harmonious societies. Their marvelous domes and spires produced free and healing energies which were magnetic rather than electric, and is one one of the reasons why they were eliminated by the nefarious Christians and globalist profiteers.

I'm not saying that all of our buildings should be soley igloo-shaped, but there should be more flow, curvature, or artistry to balance out the straight and angular features. Everything in nature itself is largely round and flowing, from the trees and flowers to our own human bodies. Do you see sharp edges or angles anywhere on your body? No, it's mostly round and curved -because it is more pleasing and harmonious that way. Same with most animals and fauna. Some reptiles may be an exception as are the thorns on roses.

A woman is generally more pleasing biologically than a male because she has more roundness, softness, and symmetry than the male. The least harmonious parts of the human(and animal) body are the teeth and nails which can be sharp and cutting and which have more destructive than constructive purpose.

Metal and machinery is mostly straight and angular and often sharp or cutting making it mostly negative. Oceans, lakes, and rivers take on the shape of their surroundings making them neutral. Hills are more harmonious than mountains which can be jagged. Pebbles are more harmonious than rocks, and round leaves more than pointed or jagged ones. Water droplets are also good.

In short or summary, forms that are predominantly flat, straight, sharp, or edgy imply danger, coldness, sterility, masculinity, or negativity while those that are predominantly, round, curved, or flowing imply safeness, warmth, fruitfulness, femininity, or positivity.

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