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Intuitive Geometry is a simple method of drawing anything using overlapping circles. Once you master the method’s 8 principles you can apply them intuitively and draw anything. Below are the step by by step instructions for the square.
Intuitive Geometry is not just about drawing, it is about developing our intuition and learning the fundamental structure of life. Practicing the use of overlapping circles affects our consciousness on all levels, and our ability to become more powerful creators in this world. – Nathalie Strassburg
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Square Step by Step Instructions
At any point (A) draw a circle of any size. Find any point on the circumference (B)
and draw a circle with the same radius (AB).
Continue around drawing a circle at any new intersection (C etc.) on the circumference .
Find points D & E, connect them with a straight line to divide the circle in half. Find points F & G and mark them.
Draw circles with the same radius on points G & F to find the square HIJK.
Connect H & K and I & J through the centre. Extend AB. Draw the squares.
Where the two squares intersect, Find points Q R S T U V W & X. Connect R & V, S & W, T & X, U & Q through the centre.
Find the new intersections on the circumference to create 16 divisions on the circle.
Complete the new squares by connecting VX, XR, RT, TV and UW, WQ, QS, SU.
Find all the new intersections, extend them to the circumference and mark them Y, Z etc.
You have now created 32 divisions.
Draw the new squares Y1234 etc. Find the new intersections (64 divisions!) and mark them too.
Draw the new squares.
At any point draw a circle of any size. Find any point on the circumference and draw a circle with the same radius (AB). Continue around drawing a circle at any new intersection on the circumference. Mark the points C, D, E, F, and G. Connect A & C, A & E and A & G. Connect A & D, A & F and A & B. You have drawn a cube.