May 11, 2013 at 6:06 am

Sacred Geometry Classes: Level 1 Class 1

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LEVEL 1: Apprentice: Initiation into the Mysteries of the Temple: Learning the language of Geometry and Symbolism

Sacred Geometry is a profound esoteric/metaphysical language, utilized by adepts of old to encode occult teachings.

Sacred Geometry is a philosophical/psychological system that aids in understanding the nature of reality, stimulates and inspires the creative faculties and reveals an ethical basis for living with virtue and due proportion in the world.

Sacred Geometry is a practical tool, utilized by Builders, Architects, Craftspeople, Designers,

Artists, Gardeners and Musicians throughout history to create works of exceptional power and beauty that resonate with the natural order of creation.

Our intention with this class is to teach the use of Sacred Geometry as a practical tool as well as a philosophical and occult system. To that end it is important to attain mastery of two things. First is the mastery of the drawing techniques, the ‘constructions’ as they are called in the lingo of Geometry. The second is to attain mastery of geometric reasoning. It is this skill that facilitates the process of geometric problem solving, that is, understanding how to design and layout specific forms, patterns and diagrams for purposes of discerning real world applications and solutions to a variety of creative problems.

In other words it is equally important to understand the Why of geometric principles as well as the How.

The advantage of an online course such as this is that you work at your own pace. If you had difficulty with math in school it is because the pace of learning is standardized in modern educational institutions and not geared to the learning style of individuals. Take your time, perform the exercises as many times as you need before moving on.

-Randall Carlson


This course is complete, archived, and available at anytime for aspiring students of the Mysteries.

Class Videos

Introduction to Sacred Geometry Webinar featuring Randall Carlson

Lesson 1: Drawing Techniques: Use of the Compasses, Constructions Lines and Permanent Lines

Lesson 2: Circle Definitions, Radius, Diameter, Chord, Tangent, Secant

Lesson 3: Drawing the Vesica:Portal to the Kingdom of Sacred Geometry

Lesson 4: Proposition #3 Side Angle Side

Lesson 5: Proposition #4 Side Side Side, Definition of a Right Angle

Class PDF’s

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This is the most comprehensive, hands-on course available in the methods and philosophy of Sacred Geometry, with applications in a variety of interesting and important topics from metaphysical, scientific, artistic and occult traditions.

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Tuition $222.00 for the entire course

$122 for classes 1 – 4

$122 for classes 5 – 8

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  • Well done Randall. Great introductions for all levels of initiates.

    Hope you are feeking better soon.


  • And ‘feeling’ better too!


  • Ben

    Get well soon man. Ben

  • Jake

    Awsome! can’t wait to learn more next week!

  • Linda Carleton

    I’m really bummed. I live on an island off the coast of Maine and broadband is too low to watch the videos. I’ll bring my computer when I go ashore and see if I can watch them there. Is it possible to download the videos when I’m on shore so I can watch them slowly at my home later?

    • Hi Linda,
      I am sending the files to you via now. We are soon to upgrade our video servers so that streaming won’t be an issue, even for areas with low bandwidth.

      Best wishes 🙂

  • Thank you soooo much for getting this off the ground!
    unbelievable work – excited for all of it.
    Minor point of clarification – in the Geometry definitions section, sentence 2 – “It follows that if all perpendiculars drawn from one line to another line are equal in length the two lines must be perpendicular”.
    Is this a flub or am I missing something?

  • Hello re. Mark’s question … I just came here to notify the same required correction: “It follows that if all perpendiculars drawn from one line to another
    line are equal in length the two lines must be … PARALLEL”.


  • Marta

    I was just wondering if any of my “fellow classmates” are using a linex O/S ? I know this is not a chatroom but I need to make some decisions. Any help is appreciated ! Thanks

  • Christopher Manfredi

    Do we know what’s going on with second group of classes?

    • Editing now, will be uploading in the next few hours. Will email everyone with the updates 🙂 Thank you for your continued patience.

      • Christopher Manfredi

        Roger, thanks. It’s all good, just hungry! 🙂

  • Will be uploading drawing exercises from Part 2 later today as well as the MP3 of the class lecture. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

  • Delores DeVore

    is the live call still 6/2/13????
    what time?

  • Delores DeVore

    another question – are the lectures only mp3? i would think it would be hard to talk about symbolism without seeing what you were discussing