Vesica Piscis in 3D and Light Lenses of Creation: Vesica Piscis is a shape which is formed by the intersection of two spheres in 3D or two circles in 2D with the same radius, intersecting in such a way that the centre of each sphere or circle lies on the circumference of the other. The name literally means the “Bladder of a fish” in Latin. The shape is also called Mandorla or “Almond” in Italian!
This original image is of the manifestation of the Vessica Piscis in 3D as a result of the fusion of the spherical light lenses of creation, as presented by Walter Russell, the American polymath.
In the earliest traditions, the supreme being was represented by a sphere: the symbol of a being with no beginning and no end, continually existing, perfectly formed and profoundly symmetrical. The addition of a second sphere represented the expansion of unity into the duality of male and female: god and goddess. By overlapping, the two spheres, the god and goddess created a divine offspring.
The Vesica Pisces motif (and its derivatives, the Flower of Life, Tree of Life, and Fundamentals of Geometry) has a history of thousands of years and easily predates virtually all major religious traditions of the present era.