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These geometries are all based on the basic higher dimensional geometric forms. These forms intrigue the eye and mind as we intuitively recognise that their logic is not three dimensional.

In the late 1800s geometers codified the simplest regular symmetrical forms in all higher dimensions. As explained in our book 'Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life - a Higher Dimensional Perspective on an Ancient Wisdom Stream', there are only 3 basic symmetry groups that work in all the higher dimensions. They are the equivalents of the 3 dimensional cube, tetrahedron, and octahedron. As a teenager Narada Dan Vantari stumbled across a new and more symmetrical projection of the 4D hypercube that we call the Toroidal Time Traveller. More recently he constructed the equivalent 5 dimensional cube. Both of these and a few other related forms are offered here.

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'Metatron's Compass' is a unique geometry in many ways. It can also be named 'the 4 Dimensional Vector Equilibrium', 'the 4 dimensional CubeOctahedron', or 'the Toroidal projection of the 24 Cell Polytope', but I prefer to call it Metatron's Compass as I believe it is the secret behind the popular 2 dimensional design known as Metatron's Cube. The importance of Metatron's Cube lies in its unification of the various possible symmetries of space, as shown in the way that the outlines of the 5 Platonic solids can be found within the 2 dimensional pattern. It also makes visible concepts related...

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This is the standard two dimensional drawing of the 4 dimensional cube known as the hypercube or tesseract. A technical description can be found on Wikipedia here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypercube
This design has all 8 cubes identically depicted. Each of the 8 sides of the bounding octagon is the side of a square.
Many variations on our unique three dimensionalization of the hypercube can be found here

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There is a 33% larger version of this here This is a never before seen projection of the 5 dimensional cube into 3 dimensions. What is a 5 dimensional cube? Glad you asked :-) Well there are many ways to try and understand what the geometers of the 19 century figured out about higher dimensional geometry. One of the easiest (though not necessarilly the most accurate) ways is by analogy to the dimensions that we are familiar with. In the third dimension we are familiar with the Cube, and we can see that it has similarities with the two dimensional...

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" The Toroidal Time Traveler Hypercube is a new 3 dimensionalization of the 4 dimensional cube. It represents the ability to navigate beyond time and space. It is the unit in which spacetime is measured. This version of the hypercube has fairly thin lines giving it a more delicate look. The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For full info on it see the Wikipedia article here. This model is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that equally distorts all 8 of its cubes. All the lines the same length as they should be in a Platonic...

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The Toroidal Time Traveler Hypercube is a new 3 dimensionalization of the 4 dimensional cube. It represents the ability to navigate beyond time and space. It is the unit in which spacetime is measured. This version of the hypercube has fairly thick lines giving it a more chunky look. The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For full info on it see the Wikipedia article here.The standard models of a hypercube flatten some of the cubes, distorts others, and even makes some smaller or bigger, whilst keeping others normal. This model is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that...

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Please be aware if you choose the steel materials that they are prone to rusting and not really recommended for jewellery. This model is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that equally distorts all 8 of its cubes rather. It is my own invention from about 36 years ago when I first got into drawing 3D stereographic models. It is the equivalent of drawing a cube as a hexagon with 6 lines that nearly meet at two points near centre. I call it the Toroidal Hypercube as it distinctly gives the impression of a toroidal (doughnut/smokering) shape. It is also...

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This version of the hypercube has fairly thick lines giving it a more chunky look. The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For full info on it see the Wikipedia article here. This model is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that equally distorts all 8 of its cubes. All the lines the same length as they should be in a Platonic hyper solid or 'polytope'. It is my own invention from about 36 years ago when I first got into drawing 3D stereographic models. It is the equivalent of drawing a cube as a hexagon with...

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This is the largest of our many versions of the Toroidal Time Traveller Hypercube. The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For full info on it see the Wikipedia article here. This model is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that equally distorts all 8 of its cubes rather. It is my own invention from about 36 years ago when I first got into drawing 3D stereographic models. It is the equivalent of drawing a cube as a hexagon with 6 lines that nearly meet at two points near centre. I call it the Toroidal Hypercube as...

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The Toroidal Time Traveler Hypercube is a new 3 dimensionalization of the 4 dimensional cube. It represents the ability to navigate beyond time and space. It is the unit in which spacetime is measured. This version of the hypercube has fairly thin lines giving it a more delicate look. The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For full info on it see the Wikipedia article here.The standard models of a hypercube flatten some of the cubes, distorts others, and even makes some smaller or bigger, whilst keeping others normal. This model is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that...

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The 48 spheres surrounding the central sphere form 4 shells each of which is a cubeoctahedral sphere or vector equilibrium. 24 spheres around a central sphere make the 3d Metatrons Cube, but here we have a 3d Metatrons Cube inside another 24 spheres. By analogy this is then a variation of the 4D Metatrons Cube which should indeed have 48 hyperspheres surrounding a central hypersphere in two layers of 24. I like this form a lot :-) Visually the extra shells make the concentric circles much more visible. Adding magnets to it in the same manner as with the smaller...

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The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For a deep dive into the theory see the Wikipedia article here. This model is a small Toroidal Hypercube inside a largerToroidal Hypercube. If all the vertexes of the large hypercube were connected to the same vertexes of the small one then we would have a form of the 5 Dimensional Cube. The Toroidal Hypercube is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that equally distorts all 8 of its cubes. All the lines the same length as they should be in a Platonic hyper solid or 'polytope'. It is my own invention from about...

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This never before seen 4 dimensional form is based on the idea of triangles wrapped around a sphere to create the Vector Equilibrium. The best place to find out more about the VE is here Here we have 10 tetrahedrons wrapped around a hypersphere (and then of course they are projected back into 3D space so that we can see them). Here is the closest 2 dimensional equivalent using 8 triangles (including the grey one at the back) that could be folded up into a vector equilibrium.

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This never before seen 4 dimensional form is based on the idea of triangles wrapped around a sphere to create the Vector Equilibrium. The best place to find out more about the VE is here Here we have 10 tetrahedrons wrapped around a hypersphere (and then of course they are projected back into 3D space so that we can see them). Here is the closest 2 dimensional equivalent using 8 triangles (including the grey one at the back) that could be folded up into a vector equilibrium.
Slightly smaller 33mm form available here

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The Hypercube is the 4 dimensional analog of the cube. For full info on it see the Wikipedia article here. This model is a Toroidal Hypercube inside another Toroidal Hypercube. If all the vertexes of the large hypercube were connected to the same vertexes of the small one then we would have a form of the 5 Dimensional Cube. The Toroidal Hypercube is an unusual projection of the Hypercube that equally distorts all 8 of its cubes. All the lines the same length as they should be in a Platonic hyper solid or 'polytope'. It is my own invention from about...

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This is a never before seen projection of the 5 dimensional cube into 3 dimensions. What is a 5 dimensional cube? Glad you asked :-) Well there are many ways to try and understand what the geometers of the 19 century figured out about higher dimensional geometry. One of the easiest (though not necessarily the most accurate) ways is by analogy to the dimensions that we are familiar with. In the third dimension we are familiar with the Cube, and we can see that it has similarities with the two dimensional Square. By moving a square at right angles to...

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This is a never before seen projection of the 5 dimensional cube into 3 dimensions. What is a 5 dimensional cube? Glad you asked :-) Well there are many ways to try and understand what the geometers of the 19 century figured out about higher dimensional geometry. One of the easiest (though not necessarilly the most accurate) ways is by analogy to the dimensions that we are familiar with. In the third dimension we are familiar with the Cube, and we can see that it has similarities with the two dimensional Square. By moving a square at right angles to...

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