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Geomancy studies
Hello, I am interested in geomancy and I 'm trying to find any kind of post-graduate studies related to this field (Geomancy, sacred geometry, hermetic philosophy) all over the world -with preference in architecture schools. Any information would be helpful.

Thanks
Panos Kostoulas
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Geomancy studies
Panos, "The Sense of Unity" by Nadar Ardalan and Laleh Bakhtiar, published by University of Chicago is upon the Sufi tradition in Persian Architecture and then there is Feng Shui in China.
Frank John Snelling
Geomancy studies
Thank you for your response, Frank. I already have a list of books related to this field(thanks to your contribution also). But what I am really trying to find is a university which provides a master degree, or a position for research in this direction. If you have any clue, please let me know.

Thank you in advance
Panos Kostoulas
Geomancy studies
Panos, you could try the universities in China. And you might be interested in the ancient Chinese board game of "Wei Chi" ("Go" game in Japan). I mention Wei Chi, because the game has an infinity of spatial patterns.
Frank John Snelling
Geomancy studies
Panos, thoughts float about sometimes, so remember that both China and Japan have a long history of excellence in the design of miniture landscape gardens.

This observation and my post about Wei Chi might not sound relevent, but both use an awareness of space (geometry) beyond the reality of normal space.
Frank John Snelling
Geomancy studies
Check out the work of Dr. Ibrahim Karim, Biogeometry. His website: w.biogeometry.com/english/. There is a link to Postgraduate Studies.
Anna Grichting
Geomancy studies
Thank you, Anna. Your suggestion is really helpful. If You know any other link, please let me know.
Panos Kostoulas
Geomancy studies
Hi I'm a fan of my interests is located urban design and psychology space and philosophy
lilia architecte
Geomancy studies
Lilia, Psychology and Philosophy are like oil and water, mixing makes a cloudy solution called emulsion.
Frank John Snelling
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