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Thursday, January 1, 2015

What is Geomancy?

Geomancy (Greek: γεωμαντεία, "earth divination") is a method of divination that interprets markings on the ground or the patterns formed by tossed handfuls of soil, rocks, or sand. Geomancy is a combination of geometry and divination. The latter is much less used or substantial. The most prevalent form of divinatory geomancy involves interpreting a series of 16 figures formed by a randomized process that involves recursion followed by analyzing them, often augmented with astrological interpretations. As a method of spatial geometry it can significantly contribute to the nature and quality of land, building and cities. Terms such as geomagnetism, ley lines, EMFs and geopathic stress are experiencing a revival due to the negative effects of modernization. is a lot of questionable information available online but I believe a lot of it is designed to throw most people off as its documented origins would have been lost since and before the destruction of Great Library of Alexandria in Egypt. Even sources such as Wikipedia are no longer to be trusted as anyone can edit the information and throw off novice enthusiasts.

It Arabic it translates as ‛ilm al-raml, or the "science of the sand". Earlier Greek renditions of this word borrowed the word raml ("sand") directly, rendering it as rhamplion or rabolion. Other Arabic names for Geomancy include khatt al-raml and darb al-raml.

I am dubious of any source that refers to a science such as this which is really a form of geometry of nature as occult as they do so to undermine its relevance and appeal. The general public would dismiss it because of our judo-christian influences but it is extensively documented as it is used in historical monuments by those in authority for the planning and construction of buildings, temples and cities. Wikipedia then goes on and describes it as a form of divination but it is much more than that. African, Ancient Greek, Egyptian, Roman, Morse, Pagan, Middle Eastern, Indian, Tibetan, Chinese and Druid as well as the Mayan and Aztec civilizations utilized this knowledge extensively and are a testament to the significant contribution and influence of this technology. Scientists such as Nikolai Tesla and Wilhelm Reich were equally successful in harnessing this knowledge but ultimately undermined and defamed by those that are at present questioned for their elitist agendas.

Although Wikipedia claims that Geomancy has an Islamic or Arabic origin it is most likely that some of it was created by them and due to the expansive trade routes that Arabian merchants would have been exposed to much of it. They would have facilitated the exchange in culture and knowledge. It is theorized that related systems of divination in sub-Saharan Africa, such as Ifá and sikidy, either were based on or co-developed with Arabic divination systems. Geomancy is essentially intended for the replication of man made structures to identify, integrate and harness the power of nature.

Once practiced by people from all social classes, it was one of the most popular forms of divination throughout Africa and Europe in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Books and treatises on Geomancy were published up until the 17th century when most occult traditions fell out of popularity due to corruption and pursecution.
It has been kept hidden within secret societies and hidden from public scrutiny due to lack of knowledge but it is our intention to set the record straight and make this knowledge as much as we know available for the enthusiasts as well as the professions involved with planning, construction of domestic and commercial buildings and strategic planning of cities and infrastructure. This technology can not only reduce the ecologic footprint but also promote health and livability. I predict that this knowledge will be revived more and more as mankind takes it upon ourselves to become more in tune with nature.

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