Geometry is present everywhere. Nature reveals to us geometric patterns, which are manifested primarily through flowers. Geometry has always fascinated people, because there is a lot of magic hidden in it. And since we are all curious, it is surprising that geometry has become a science, which really has it in itself.
Geometry and magic, after all, have also found their way into incised drawings and runes. That behind each rune again a perfect geometric pattern hides, so I think, may well surprise some. The sketch I have drawn here may give you a little insight. How did I come up with it? No idea ;-) Probably inspiration ... or something ;-)
In any case, I was surprised how the runes can be integrated so nicely into the hexagram. Could be that in ancient times the runes were transmitted in perfect geometric form ... to disappear later in the darkness of the time again ... and later again to be "rediscovered" by clairvoyant and clairsentient beings in the Akasha field. Who knows? I do not, so much is said.
Et voilà ! Who would have thought that ... there are still thousands of brainwashed people who think that runes are something really bad. Ts ts ts. With a little Phantasii or Nou-Hau man/woman sees however quite g'schwind: also this star can be drawn, my dear child !
On the following pages I will introduce you a little bit closer to the runic characters, which are based on the oldest runic alphabet, the eighteen lettered FU-TH-O-R-K. According to Franz Bardon, its cosmic and magical legality cannot be replaced by any other set of runes.
If the runes touch you heartily, I recommend the book "The Life of Franz Bardon" by Johannes H. von Hohenstätten.
Besides a lot of very interesting information about the life of Franz Bardon, you will find in this book a short 30-page treatise about runes.