Japanese garden of stones.
Geometrical concepts of a
philosophic stone garden.
Solutions of mysterious harmony of a
Japanese garden of stones.
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This site section
describes geometrical concepts of a Japanese garden of stones, and also
describes principles according to which it is possible to arrange stones
and other objects of world around.
The first page proves geometrical laws of the Japanese garden of
stones in The Temple Ryoanji or Ryoanzi in city of Kyoto, namely
mysterious harmony of the well-known garden of stones in the Japanese
city Kyoto is solved.
The second page considers some geometrical principles according
to which it is possible to create a correct Japanese garden of stones,
and also examples of correct gardens are shown.
The third page shows calendars which can be seen in arrangements
of stones of a Japanese garden and in lines of a heptagonal geometrical
network in the event that stones are mobile also are objects which
measure time. And also parities of stones of the Japanese garden with
planets in astrology are shown.
The fourth page describes logic puzzles and games in which it is
possible to play if stones of a Japanese garden are mobile also are
objects of games.
The fifth page shows a puzzle according to which it is possible
to arrange stones of a Japanese garden, and also describes the
numerological and geometrical idea determining quantity of stones and
the sizes of garden in the Japanese temple Ryoanji.
The sixth page shows schemes according to which points of a
heptagonal network of lines and stones of a Japanese garden can be
compared to letters of the Latin alphabet.
The seventh page compares stones of a Japanese garden to 33 letters of
the Russian alphabet and gods of Vedic mythology, and also compares to 9 numbers
in numerology and gods of ancient Greek mythology that allows to consider human
mutual relations according to parities of stones with numbers in numerology, and
according to parities of numbers and stones with birth dates and numerical
values of letters in names of people.
The eighth page results drawings and methods of geometrical
measurements according to which it is possible to draw a heptagonal network of
lines and to arrange stones of a Japanese garden on place.
The ninth page describes points of a Japanese garden of stones
and a heptagonal network of lines where geometrical proportions are perceived
most harmoniously, that is possible to take into account at a choice of a
position of the observer. And also gives the information on stone spheres which
could be objects of ancient megalithic constructions.
The shown information on geometry of the Japanese garden of stones
can be actual in landscape design and garden art. As this
information is new, namely the shown geometrical principles for
arrangements of stones explain a riddle of the Japanese garden
differently rather than traditional explanations.