Arabic Geometrical Pattern and Design (Dover Pictorial by J. Bourgoin

By J. Bourgoin

Approximately 2 hundred examples express the wide variety of Islamic artwork, together with hexagon and octagon designs, combos of stars and rosettes, and lots of diversifications on different geometric styles. Twenty-eight examples from conventional assets in Cairo and Damascus comprise sanctuary doorways, openwork home windows, and inlaid marble pavements and ceilings.

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At first sight, it may seem to bear but little relationship with the Evocation method. But it too has as its objective the necessary assimilation of the unconscious content of the psyche into normal consciousness. Its object, also, is the enlarging of the horizon of the mind by enlarging the The elementary technical processes of this method call for the drawing or the painting of coloured symbols of the elements Earth, Air Water, Fire and Ether. Each of these has a different traditional symbol and colour.

I am sure the ancient sages and magi knew of these problems-knew them very well. I am also quite sure that they realized that the technique they used was, amongst oth-er things, a process of suggesting a series of creative ideas to themselves. But what am equally certain of is I this. They had perfected an almost ideal method which proved itself able to penetrate this hitherto impenetrable indopsychic barrier. They were able to reach this im' prisoned titan locked up in the hearts of every one of us, and set it free so that lt could work with them and for them.

Utl, Ui,t marched quiitty to the centre of the city' ;; in the midsf of which was a round temple 'u tufi of silver. 4 ;; - ;lver platform. -rnoon itself. . While we looked globe was not suspended in the air: it rested on immense cupped hands. We followed the arms up and saw, far up neai the roof, deep dark eyes looking down' dark like the night sky. And a voice said . " Little point would be gained to continue with the rest of the quotation. 'fhis passage is given here solely that the read^er may refer to ihe description of the astral plane in the textbooks, and then to the recurrence in this vision of the major symbols, and the dynamic form of drantatization.

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