GEODETIC DOME wooden for 2 people. Domed structure, built on universal patterns or sacred geometry. Its exterior is green, its interior is lilac / purple.
Geodesic domes are polyhedra (geometric shapes of flat faces) whose triangular "faces" hexagons or pentagons generate and whose vertices coincide or touch the surface of an imaginary sphere circumscribing.
The dome contains the structure and patterns of everything that exists, vibration and energy that precedes the matter. It's like a satellite dish that receives universal information from the center of the Earth or from that mysterious place where all the Force resides.
The Dome is a wonderful energy level structure: they are built based on patterns or Universal Sacred Geometry, help our cells, DNA, atoms etc. They are in "harmony" promoting the well-being of whoever is inside.
There are many mystical properties attributed to Domo, being considered as part of Sacred Geometry.
They say that whoever is under a dome, connects better with the universal mind, it feels like in the womb.
Sacred geometry links and harmonizes the two cerebral hemispheres and allows synchronization, since the perception of images, colors, shapes and meditative levels that are achieved with contemplation are made in the right hemisphere. Everything about geometry, involving mathematical, spatial order, proportions, iconography and reasoning, is performed in the left hemisphere.
It also connects with the telluric-cosmic forces, increases creativity and develops visual-spatial intelligence. Activates the pineal gland and facilitates reaching the alpha waves. Open the psychic-intuitive and spiritual field.
Activate universal or sacred geometry allows the heart to expand and connect to the universal energy unified field allows us to be part of the global network of consciousness.
UNIVERSAL geometry is an extraordinary educational tool, lets reveal that Higher Self or innate essence that we all recognize the wisdom and perfection of all creation, experiencing the unity between everyone and everything, for if to fulfill the mission that we appropriate on this wonderful planet.
It is a meeting place for lovers of the environment, adventure, healthy living, magic and novelty.
HISTORY geodesic domes:
It is considered that was Richard Buckminster Fuller who invented the geodesic domes, as it is who holds the patent in 1954. Fuller developed in the 40s, creating one of the best known in 1967 at the International Exhibition of Montreal, 76 m in diameter and 41'5 m tall geodesic domes.
Despite this, there are previous examples of geodesic domes, such as the Imperial Palace of China (1885) or the planetarium workshops Carl Zeiss (1922).