Citing the what now??

<< Bartfeld, Martha (1968). How to Create Sacred Geometry Mandalas. Santa Fe, NM: Mandalart Creations. p. 35., citing Drunvalo Melchizedek, The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life (1999). >>

Time... does not work like that?

But on Wikipedia, it does.

Okay, now I understand... this is actually TWO SEPARATE CITATIONS, grrrr!

Matha Bartfield AND 'Mandalart Creations'

just squoozed together into one


or wait, is it?

This is just weird and wrong any way you slice it, surely.


I do love that about Wikipedia. When you see a nonsense, you can fix it immediately.


@natecull may I just inquire as to why you were double-checking the dates of the citations of an obscure wikipedia article about an obscure geometric pattern?

@algorev Because I happen to be currently interested in the subject and particularly interested in trying to work out where the ideas came from, who published what and when. And Wikipedia is *usually* much better than this.

@algorev As to *why* I'm interested in hex geometry... I can't tell you because I don't know. My brain just is.

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