Malcolm Stewart is an author, musician and designer who has created mosaic, stained glass, landscape and interior design for a range of secular and sacred environments. He is a one-time priest, television producer, UN project director, Ockenden Venture Refugee, and Relief Aid administrator. He has lectured widely throughout the UK and Europe. He is the author of Patterns of Eternity: Sacred Geometry and the Starcut Diagram (2009, Floris Books).
'This is a beautifully illustrated essay on sacred geometry, of the sort that John Mitchell used to do, analysing examples from ancient megalithic cultures through to the temples of modern religions ... Malcolm Stewart is admirably filling the void left by Mitchell's death.' -- Fortean Times 'A beautifully illustrated sequel to the author's Patterns of Eternity, taking the reader on a journey through sacred sites around the world ... There is a good deal of technical material in the book which will appeal to specialists and which will repay careful study by the general reader ... the journey is very enjoyable.' -- David Lorimer, Scientific Medical Network Review 'This is a soul journey into the deepest aspects of living landscape, symbolism and sacred geometry, where the key theme is integration across cultures, religion and world views. It's also a personal spiritual journey that author Malcolm Stewart generously shares with us in the hope we may be inspired by it and learn much from it.' -- Nexus Magazine