Based in the Clinical Laboratory of Physiology, in the University of Ioannina, Greece , and under the guidance of Professor Aggelos Evangelou, we are dedicated in researching and carrying out experiments related to Geometry, so that we can further understand their interaction with biology.
"I have a background in Architecture, Engineering and Psychology, and I have been studying and teaching Sacred Geometry for 20 years as well as applying it to architectural design in all scale projects. I have witnessed myself as well as experienced from clients the way Geometry can impact our life in many levels, from a psychological, emotional, energetical as well as physical. I am passionate about doing in depth research and having scientific data that can be replicated, through my Ph.D in the University of Ioannina."
Arturo Ponce de León from Mexico
"I have a background in Architecture, and Ph.D in Geobiology from the University of Ioannina, on the effects of Geophysical anomalies on health. I have studied deeply Sacred Geometry and have been trained in Biogeometry. I am passionate about Temples, and I feel Geometry and shape is on of the four pillars in their design for a specific reason. We need more answers on that in a scientific way through in depth experiments."
Lydia Gian. de León from Greece
Sacred Geometry has been used in different cultures and these laws, these codes, have served to reproduce the harmony of the universe in various manifestations in architecture and in the design of spaces.
The science of Sustainable Geometry is the Science of Implosion and it is described through forms, structures, and proportions. It is a universal language based on the innate laws of nature and is an excellent complement for any architect, designer, or person involved in the harmonization of spaces.
Every culture and society, since the beginning of time, has had its own version of the synergetic interrelation of these patterns.
Exposing in the laboratory various types of healthy and unhealthy cells in various two- dimensional, three- dimensional shapes and geometries, as well as
Biogeometry shapes, to see their potential effect
on cell division and behaviour.
Exposing humans in various types two- dimensional, three- dimensional shapes and geometries, as well as
Biogeometry shapes, and measuring their potential effect through a protocol including blood markers, saliva tests, EEG, EKG, live blood microscopy and others.
Exposing water in various types two- dimensional, three- dimensional shapes and geometries, as well as
Biogeometry shapes, and measuring their potential effect through a protocol including surface tension, spectrum analysis, and others.
Exposing plants in various types two- dimensional, three- dimensional shapes and geometries, as well as
Biogeometry shapes, and measuring their potential effect through a protocol including growth, mineral content,
fruit weight, and others.
Exposing livestock in various types two- dimensional, three- dimensional shapes and geometries, as well as
Biogeometry shapes, and measuring their potential effect through a protocol including growth, blood markers,
weight, and others.
Exposing cells, humans, animals and plants in different types of artificial radiation, as well as in various types two- dimensional, three- dimensional shapes and geometries,
as well as Biogeometry shapes, and
measuring their potential effect.
Ancient Wisdom from all around the world explains in detail the importance of shape and geometry, in many aspects and applications.
Through deep research and experiments, we are devoted to unravel the mystery and have scientific results on the effect of geometry.
is a retired professor and emeritus of Physiology at the University of Ioannina, Greece. He has conducted specialized research on the effect of electromagnetic fields, both on their negative effects and on the ways in which they can be used to cure chronic diseases.
He has been scientific director of 11 national and 9 international projects. He has more than 110 publications in international journals and more than 360 publications in national journals, abstract books and proceedings of national and international congresses.
is a professor of Geophysics at the University of Patras, Greece. He has done postdoctoral research at the Universities of Cardiff, New Castle and Oxford, has a PhD in Geophysics from the University of Edinburgh in the UK and a BA in Physics from the University of Athens.
He has conducted more than 250 geophysical investigations in Greece, England, France, Spain, Russia, Central Asia, Russia, Northeast and Northwest Africa, trying to locate ancient buried cities. He has published over a hundred scientific articles with numerous citations.
is a researcher of the universal dynamics of matter and energy, which led him on a journey toward pioneering a new approach to quantum gravity and continual developments in unified field theory. Nassim dedicated most of his time to his independent investigation into physics, geometry, chemistry, biology, consciousness, archeology, and various world religions. Haramein’s dedication to scientific exploration combined with his keen observation of the behavior of nature led him to a specific geometric pattern which is at the core of his approach and new perspective in unified field theory.
is an Architect, graduate of the renowned F.I.T. Zurich, Switzerland with BA/MA,and D.Sc. in Tourist Planning. He occasionally teaches as visiting professor of Architecture at several universities. Dr. Karim owns Alemara Consultants Architecture firm and he is the founder of Biogeometry. He combined modern concepts of physics, Harmonics, Perception, as well as Pythagorean theories to develop a new “Physics of Quality” and based on it, a science of “qualitative” measurement. It became the main research tool in his subtle energy research, supported by biofeedback and Bio-Imaging devices.
is an Electrical Engineer, graduate with honors from the University of Detroit. Dan pursued graduate studies in psychophysiology and the origin of languages. In addition to his academic background, he has worked as a Systems Analyst with IBM, an industrial metallurgist and crystallographer. He has undertaken many diverse studies, from quantum physics to modeling at the MIT space lab to developing the early biofeedback prototype equipment as Dr. Albert Axe’s protégé. Widely traveled, Dan has sojourned to study at the Gurdjieff School of sacred gymnastics, in Florence with Buckminster Fuller, the Gizah pyramids, Israel, the Andes and at Findhorn.
- Arturo Ponce de Leon -