The Star of Ma’at

In order for life to thrive in the cosmos it must be harmonic with certain universal ratios. These laws have always existed, because while they GOVERN timespace they are NOT A PART OF IT. Life is abundant on Earth because we are aligned with the same cosmic ratios that rule sentience in our solar system, our galaxy and the wider universe.

For a culture to recognise this fundamental fact, it must be harmonic itself. While there are presently no sympathetic civilisations on Earth, there was one in our past: Egypt. And the priests of this land carved sacred secrets in stone that still carry lessons for us today. Truth has worn many faces through the ages, but it’s time we honoured the one behind them all: Ma’at’s.

The whole of human history is just a series of footnotes to Ma’at. The Star of Ma’at represents the archetype of cosmic harmony, balance and order—a female principle that once governed a society that had a deep conviction in the harmony of the universe.

This diagram is so sacred that we’ve only seen poor attempts at it historically. In fact, during the whole of “western civilisation” we have never mastered the phoenix even though she appears on the Ark of the Covenant. Here is the Star of Ma’at for the benefit of your deeper awareness:

The elbows of Ma’at form the angles of the hexagon at 120° each. As such, Ma’at represents the master shape that joins Seshat and Thoth. The wings of truth then, are bestowed upon those who surrender their stubborn egos and and open their bridal hearts. Taking this a step further, we are reminded that the star above informs the cube below—as such we’ve added in the dimensions of the Earth, Moon and Great Pyramid:

If we make the Earth’s circumference equal to 1 then the Moon’s can be expressed as:

4/π – 11 1

But what happens if we replace the Earth with the Sun above? In reality this sacred ratio governs the divine relationships of the wider solar system. Please examine the equatorial circumferences below in kilometres:

If we work out the satellite-to-parent ratios above they approach 0.2732. Although the numbers above are close, planets are actually geoids (not perfectly round) and the gas giants in particular swell at their equators. By looking at the cosmos holistically we start to appreciate the meaning of the word “universe”. Why are we specifically interested in circumferences? Because they reflect the wavelengths of spheres: the Moon is vibrating at 27.46 Hz and the Earth at 7.83 Hz. As you can imagine, the Sun resonates at even deeper tones of the infrasonic range.

So the Star of Ma’at is a multi-dimensional archetype that shows us the way we are connected to the stars: it also reveals the relationship between moons, planets and suns in harmonic systems. These planetary ratios are in fact harmonising with the profound ratio of 0.2732 that governs our profane cosmos. Indeed, it is the universal harmonic which allows life to blossom—Earth is the only example in our solar system. This ratio is also part of the eternal proportions of sound and light: the sacred vibration of creation. Indeed, Robert Jastrow of the NASA Lunar Exploration Committee once hinted:

The Moon is the Rosetta Stone of the planets

You may be curious about the closest harmonic system to our own. The heliacal rising of Sirius is a clue, because it is the first day that Sirius appears from behind our sun—rising momentarily before the solar disc on July 26 annually. (Because Sirius is not on the ecliptic it’s annual rising is fixed and does not slip like other stars.)

Ma’at’s knowledge came from a distant culture: a people who truly appreciated our sympathetic universe. Ma’at is also aligned with Horus: the story of suns giving birth to planets and planets giving birth to moons. Indeed, the caducean serpents emerging from the solar disc represent the umbilical cords of creation that give birth to planets. In humans this kundalini energy refreshes the chakra system.

So the next time you see an image of Ma’at know the truth: she is the architect of the universe. As a divine principle she sets the order of the cosmos at every moment of creation. To modern disciplines, Ma’at represents the deepest truth knowable: THE UNIFIED FIELD. The theory of everything means an awareness that encompasses ALL disciplines—not just physics.

Science has been the great benefactor of mankind in the 20th century. However it often wields its power with tyrannical authority. Until science works in harmony with the other disciplines, it will continue to block our development—we will never come to know the truth. The path home lies in esoteric science: the discipline that unites all the fields.