Mimesia Church

Welcome to the official place of worship of Mimesia.

Is this for me?

Yes. Like most entities in the Mimesia Universe, the Mimesia Church is not directed at any specific culture or group of people: Whether you are a Christian, Muslim, Jew, or atheist (or anything else), Mimesia Church offers a place for prayer and/or meditation and/or contemplation. You can do this alone, or with others, whether they are like-minded, or hold views quite opposite to your own.

The aim is to offer a place that you can use to express your spirituality, practice your religious rituals, or contemplate philosophical or scientific ideas, however you like. The beauty is that you’d be doing this together with others, who in turn are also doing it their own way.

How do I use it?

The most obvious way is to open the website (located at mimesia.church) on a computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. However, you can also – for example – project it on a wall of a public space, or print it on a sheet of paper. Like most entities in the Mimesia Universe, the Mimesia Church is not bound by a geographical location, or even by the realms of the physical, the virtual, or the spiritual. Mimesia Church is where ever you want it to be.

This means you can use it in complete isolation, and together with all of mankind, at the same time.

The Dodecahedron

The main relic of Mimesia Church is a regular dodecahedron. It is one of the five so called platonic solids – geometrical objects that Plato associated with the classical elements. The other four – tetrahedron, hexahedron (cube), octahedron, and icosahedron – he associated with fire, earth, air, and water, respectively. About the fifth – the dodecahedron – however, he remarked “…the god used for arranging the constellations on the whole heaven.”

Modern science has shown that these objects are unlikely to be linked to the markup of physical reality in any meaningful way. However, because of their specific geometric properties, these objects are still very significant in a mathematical sense, and are often considered exceptionally beautiful. Mathematics, in turn, has shown to be an astonishingly efficient way to describe said reality.

This, combined with the fact that the figure does not appear to play any significant role in any (at least of the main) religions, makes it a perfect candidate for our cause. It is both abstract and agnostic, yet is highly respected, and implies something of a higher order, whatever that may be.

Widget for webmasters

Do you own a website or app and would you like to open up a portal tot the Mimesia Church? You can! Just put the following line of code in your HTML and change the height and width to any size you want:

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