(Non-)Masonic Book Review: Sacred Geometry (Wooden Books)

I'm a fan of the books from Wooden Books. They have a somehow esoteric look and feel about them, while also feeling modern. I've got a couple and plan to get a few more. Sacred Geometry opens with a very apt description -   Sacred Geometry charts the unfolding of number in space and differs from … Continue reading (Non-)Masonic Book Review: Sacred Geometry (Wooden Books)