Sacred geometry is geometry that is sacred to the observer or discoverer of the geometry. This meaning is sometimes described as being the language of the God of the religion of the people who discovered or used it.
Sacred geometry can be described as attributing a religious or cultural value to the graphical representation of the mathematical relationships and the design of the man-made objects that symbolize or represent these mathematical relationships.
- Labyrinth (an Eulerian path, as distinct from a maze)
- Taijitu (Yin-Yang)
- Tree of Life
A contemporary usage of the term describes a supposed re-discovered mathematical order to the intrinsic nature of the Universe that is represented in crop circles and in ancient architecture such as the Great Pyramid and Stonehenge.
- Souls of Distortion Home Page
- Sacred Geometry Home Page by Bruce Rawles
- Sacred Geometry: The Architecture Of The Universe
- Sacred Geometry of Islamic Mosques
- Geometry in Art & Architecture
- Dodecahedron by Jason Martineau
- Robert Lawlor. Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice (Art and Imagination). Thames & Hudson, 1989. ISBN 0500810303.