I've always thought geometry is somehow sacred in an intuitional sense, but due to a personal experience in math class l maintain a fascination with complete ignorance. so the less exact symbology/art/correspondences was absorbed more naturally in my interests of the continuum and necessity of the finite in the infinite in the finite and the kabbalah is a good avenue [if varied, obviously] of this divine/human exploration just like other religions or systems dealing with metaphysical concerns from an in sightful pov. It is therefore to me a worthy worldview to accompany a journey of life if succumbed to deeply.
I think it is very profound and deep.shawn, nice....r u being esoteric? being probably pictish l'm partial to blue [faces!]
As in practice a geometrician what do you think about the value/meaning of this symbol [tree of life geometrically depicted]?