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The Flower Of Life | Ancient Geometric Pattern

The Flower of Life has been found to hold significance in multiple cultures around the world; the Flower of Life symbol is seen in ancient manuscripts temples, synagogues, and art. However, it was only dubbed the 'Flower of Life' quite recently, in the 1990's.  

The oldest known depictions of the Flower of Life were found in the Temple of Osiris in Egypt and date back to at least 6,000 years ago. These depictions of the symbol are fascinating because they were not carved into the rock, but rather burned or drawn onto the granite with red ochre with great precision. Some believe that the symbol could have been used to represent the Eye of Ra. Leonardo da Vinci was known to have studied the Flower of Life pattern and derived the five platonic solids, as well as the Golden Ratio of Phi, from the symbol.