contains 6 books inside, that are also found separately: "sacred number", "sacred geometry", "platonic & archimedean solids", her monograph", "the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by eden
The numbers section seems to be a compiled list of attributes attempting something like depth but falling short of it. Very little is actually explained. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Amanda B.
An incredibly beautiful book. Knowledge important for anyone. Definitely not irrelevant in modern times. This book will be shared with all.Published 27 days ago by Brad Gibson
Great books, perfect for your coffee table or to read. But the font could be bigger...please...my eyes are finally reminding me that I have hit middle age.Published 1 month ago by Christine Shuck
As a math teacher, a dabbler in art and music, I fell in love with this book--the format, the illustrations, the synthesis of topics into a logical sequence. Superb!Published 1 month ago by Jo Whalen
Once you understand the Trivium then you can delve into the Quadrivium to understand the rest of how things work.Published 1 month ago by Nicole