Thursday, June 9, 2011

Vesica Piscis and Saint Mary's Church - Part 1

Last weekend on my way to pickup Timothy's food from the vet (he's on a special diet after a couple of urinary blocks some years ago), I noticed the shapes of the doors and windows of Saint Mary's Church in Taunton. Last night I returned for photos.

This photo from Wikipedia. Below are my shots.

Late this evening I have printed some of the images and applied a few lines and then the compass. All I can say is that I know I must check my work but I can't help but be excited. If I'm working things right, I have found vesica piscis in this architecture.

Tomorrow I will redo my work and if all holds up will scan and present the results.

A perfect fit

Not tested

My favorite but doesn't seem to fit sacred geometry

Above the main entrance

Not tested

Main entrance -  another perfect fit


  1. Sort of like your own personal little da Vinci code!
    ~ gretchen

  2. You set me all a-google looking for the definition, and I am still a bit puzzled. Keep going. - Joyce

  3. Too funny, Gretchen! More to come this evening...

  4. It's okay, Joyce. I will hopefully explain more this evening. Keep painting!