Venus Blueprint Temple Design

The earliest examples of the ziggurat date from the end of the third millennium BCE about 550 years after the earliest Egyptian pyramid at Saqqara.

The ziggurat continued as the essential temple form of Mesopotamia during the later Assyrian and Babylonian eras. In these later times it became taller and more tower-like, perhaps with a spiral path leading up to the temple at the top. The Greek historian Herodotus wrote that the main temple of Babylon, the famous Tower of Babel, was such a tower divided into seven diminishing stages, each a different color: white, black, purple, blue, orange, silver, and gold, perhaps representing the seven chakras of the body.

Like temples in India and Meso-America, along with the pyramids of Egypt and China, they are inspired by the Mount Meru cosmology of the Rig-Veda and correspond geometrically to the orbital rose-line geometry of Venus. Within this geometry, can be found both the 5-tier ziggurat and pyramid models used to design ancient temples.

The pyramid was considered a numerical "mountain of cadence" by the Vedics, who used it to derive both the Fibonacci series and golden ratio, equal to (1+√5)/2. As a growth constant of nature, this five-tier sacred mountain, named M'R (myrrh), Meru or Sumeru, was considered a divine stairway to heaven and eternal life. The five-tier funeral pyres used in India and five-tier Kings Chamber in the Great Pyramid were a recreation of this mountain of cadence.

Around this star/tower/pyramid/mountain structure then fits the container of a golden egg enclosing a highly resonant area in the center known as the "yolk." It is within this yolk area that psychoacoustical effects are possible. Indeed, this region of resonance is the real "fire in the middle" referred to by the word "pyra-mid."