The Temple of Damanhur shows the potential that a few people when working as one, can achieve.
Not only did they build this temple, but they have also built a sustainable community.
I was also awed by the beauty of the structure. They made it with the intent of everyone in there to live in a space of harmony.
Was the government scared that they caused some sort of threat?
Is that why they threatened to destroy it?
This feels like I’m looking at what the inside of the pyramids may have looked like, aesthetically speaking; it looks like a blast from the past.
With this knowledge and the knowledge of hempcrete, can a small group of like-minded people build something equally amazing?
Some very interesting things I’m still looking into:
What are the inner correspondences of all the halls of the temple?
There are seven of them: Mirrors, Water, Earth, Metal, Spheres, The Labyrinth, and The Blue Temple.