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An arm band from Germany, ca. 1400 BC. From the Neolithic to the coming of Christianity, Europeans were fascinated with spirals.

An arm band from Germany, ca. 1400 BC. From the Neolithic to the coming of Christianity, Europeans were fascinated with spirals.

Stele #25 from the Petit Chasseur in Sion, Switzerland, dating from 2700–2150 BC[4]

Stele #25 from the Petit Chasseur in Sion, Switzerland, dating from 2700–2150 BC[4]

Moon idols ("moon horns", "fire dogs"), animal icons and a ball rattle from the Bronze Age settlement of Mörigen on Lake Biel, Switzerland, c. 900-800 BC. @Wikipedia

Moon idols ("moon horns", "fire dogs"), animal icons and a ball rattle from the Bronze Age settlement of Mörigen on Lake Biel, Switzerland, c. 900-800 BC. @Wikipedia

The Wonders of Creation and the Oddities of Existence

The Wonders of Creation and the Oddities of Existence

The Hyle Triangle is a design from Fludd's book 'Utriusque Cosmi Historia' written in 1617 and is an attempt to define the intersecting relationship between the physical and spiritual worlds. Fludd wrote that it may be impossible to define and one can only come close by using an analogy.

The Hyle Triangle is a design from Fludd's book 'Utriusque Cosmi Historia' written in 1617 and is an attempt to define the intersecting relationship between the physical and spiritual worlds. Fludd wrote that it may be impossible to define and one can only come close by using an analogy.