Flower of Life Mosaic in Ephesus

Artifacts of the Flower of Life

0 – 2000 AD

Broken floor mosaic [item 21]

Broken floor mosaic
Broken floor mosaic of pomegranates, fig leaves & geometrical pattern of circles on the reception room in the Western Palace built by Herod the Great. Masada, Israel, 30BC – 70AC. (Photo credit: James Emery)

Roman temple stele [item 22]

Roman temple stele
A stele from the Roman temple ruins. Córdoba, Spain, 100 – 500 AC. (Photo credit: Steve Pope)

Floor mosaic in Besancon [item 23 a]

Floor mosaic
Geometrical motifs in the mosaics visible in the Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology. Besancon, France, Gallo-Roman Period 123 BC – 486 AD. (© Pierre Dupont, Inrap)

Floor mosaic [item 23 b]

Floor mosaic
Geometrical motifs in the mosaics visible in the Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology. Besancon, France, Gallo-Roman Period 123 BC – 486 AD. (Photo credit: heroesbed)

Basilica floor mosaic [item 24]

Basilica floor mosaic
A mosaic floor from the basilica in the town near to Yambol. Kabile, Bulgaria, 400 AD. (Photo source: http://bulstack.com/)

Sassanian bowl [item 25]

A Sassanian inscribed parcel-gilt silver bowl. 400 – 500 AD.

Wall in Syria [item 26]

About 100 kilometers west of Deir az-Zor on the Euphrates river in the Syrian desert is the Ummayad hunting château where wall paintings resembles much like the drawings of the Leonardo da Vinci. Qasr al-Hair ash-Sharqi, 729 AD.

Pavement [item 27]

Pavement
A multicolor opaque glass “Cosmati” pavement in the Westminster Abbey Gothic church. London, England, 1268 AD. (Copyright: Dean and Chapter of Westminster)

Hampi pillar [item 28]

Hampi pillar
The Flower of Life symbol in the pillar in the Hampi temple. India, 1400 AD. (Photo credit: Wm Jas)

Cemetery decorations [item 29 a]

Cemetery decorations
Ottoman cemetery headstone decorations from the antique field of ancient Smyrna. Izmir, Turkey, 1400 AD. (Photo credit: Marko Manninen)

Sarcophagus [item 29 b]

Ottoman sarcophagus
An Ottoman sarcophagus in the antique field of ancient Smyrna. Izmir, Turkey, 1400 AD. (Photo credit: Marko Manninen)

Leonardo da Vinci’s notes [item 30]

Leonardo da Vinci's notes of the hexagon
Leonardo Da Vinci’s explorations of the hexagonal geometry on his Codex Atlanticus notebooks, 307 verso. Italy, 1500 AD. (Photo credit: Public Domain)

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2 thoughts on “Artifacts of the Flower of Life”

  1. Reblogged this on Twin Flames and commented:
    The Flower of Life is the pattern of all life, a 2d representation of deep spiritual truths that transcend dimensions. Within it are contained the secrets to awareness, free energy, awakening, procreation, and creativity.

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