The Shell Museum of Dalian in Cancer the sign of shells. Astrology, nuseums, architecture, design and astrogeography the astrogeographical position of the shell museum in the City of Dalian, China is symptomatic not only of shells but also of its acrhitectural design.
The Dalian Shell Museum in the City of Dalian, Liaoning, China
It was designed by the Design Institute of Civil Engineering & Architecture of Dalian Technical University and built in the form of a shell. The museum claims to host the largest number of shells on display in the world. The 5 storey and 18 square m building was opened in 2003.
Astrogeographical position for morphogenetic field level 4 which describes the atmosphere and energetical topics of the museum itself:: both coordinates are located in between self-protective emotional water sign Cancer the most important indicator for authenticity in modern art and architecture and highly magnetic royal fire sign Leo the sign of the Sun, light and self.expression. Cancer is the natural sign of beaches, shorelines, rivers, lakes, islands as the natural habitat of crabs. The symbol and sign of Cancer relates to all kids of living creatures in sweet water and seawater that are not fish (Pisces) such as seawater, sea shells, crabs, prawns, lobsters and others. In regard to the design the shell-shape of the museum directly relates to Cancer. The same accounts for it`s position near the water. As the sign of the Moon Cancer also stands for the silver colour of the roof.