Sacred Geometry Wall Art Set

Sale price $70.00 Regular price $80.00

Sacred Geometry Wall Art

Our high quality Sacred Geometry Wall Art is made one piece at a time. Get all 5 of the most popular Sacred Geometry Wall Art. 

Items included in this Wall Art 5 Pack:

  • Metatron's Cube
  • Merkaba / Merkavah
  • 64 Tetrahedron
  • Flower of Life
  • Torus

This artwork can turn your art into a haven of tranquility & happiness. It was created with the proper geometric standards for Sacred Geometries and seamlessly blends into any type of geometric artwork of your choosing.


(6" x 6" x 1/8") or (10" x 10" x 1/8")

(15.24 cm x 15.24 cm x 0.3 cm) or (25.4 cm x 25.4 cm x 0.3 cm)

Material: Baltic birch wood

Shipping & Returns

Each Sacred Geometry piece is made to order. Please allow 1-2 weeks processing time to complete your order.

Returns & Exchanges accepted! Please contact us within 14 days of delivery and send the item back within 30 days of delivery. 

Meaning of Sacred Geometry Symbols contained within the Wall Art Set

Throughout the centuries artists, architects and philosophers have known the harmony and proportion that these shapes represent. Various religious sects throughout the world have used the symbolism in places of worship. Two prominent examples are found at the gates of the Forbidden City and at The Golden Temple.


Image (left) showing Flower of Life pattern at the Golden Temple in India, (right) depicting the Lion statue at the Forbidden City in China

Flower of Life: Representing the cycle of Creation and depicting how all life resonates from a singular source - this is why it’s sometimes called the genesis pattern. To some it is believed to hold the underlying blueprint of all life, including fundamental patterns that exist in everything from atoms to galaxies. 

It is important to note that all other Sacred Geometry forms can be derived from the Flower of Life symbol. Interestingly, the origins of the symbol are unknown - however the knowledge is thought to have been passed down by ancient egyptian mystery schools. 

Leonardo da Vinci studied the Flower of Life pattern and its relationship with the golden ratio, also known as Phi. 


Closely related to the Flower of Life is another symbol known as The 64 Tetrahedron. The famous designer Buckminster Fuller called this shape the Isotropic Vector Matrix. The number 64 also holds significant meaning in other aspects of life, such as the 64 codons found in human DNA, the 64 manifestations of the Hindu god Shiva. 

Another important symbol is the Merkaba (or Merkavah) which consists of two interlocking tetrahedrons. Merkabah in Hebrew means “Chariot” and is the divine light vehicle that has allegedly been used by ascended masters. This symbol is contained within both the 64 Tetrahedron and the Flower of Life pattern. This symbol can serve as a reminder of the inner power wielded when one unites their own energies in pursuit of personal growth. 

Metatron’s Cube is a symbol representing balance within the Universe and both Divine masculine and feminine forces in Nature. The symbol is derived from the Fruit of Life, which is found within the Flower of Life pattern. Metatron’s Cube is named after Archangel Metatron who appears in Jewish, Christain and some aspects of Islamic belief systems. 

Lastly we have the Torus, which is a primal shape in existence. The torus is found throughout the natural world in the form of electromagnetic fields. Seers have claimed that the Human aura appears as a series of overlapping torus formations around the body. The electromagnetic field generated by all heavenly bodies such as the Earth and stars also emanate a toroidal energy field. 

If you’re interested in learning more about Sacred Geometry, check out our blog post Sacred Geometry Symbols & Meanings.


Enjoy our Sacred Geometry Wall Art in your home / Sacred Space! 

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