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These forms are based on the properties of spheres interacting. Each sphere represents an energetic centre and boundary or event horizon. The ways in which they naturally arrange themselves determine many of the physical and energetic properties of manifest phenomena.

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This is one of my studies in 3 dimensionalizing the tradition Metatron's Cube design. Each 'shell' has 12 spheres just as the traditional design has 6 circles touching the innermost circle. If the centre of each of these 24 spheres were joined to every other point we would have an exact 3D analog of the 2D Metatron's Cube. By analogy then if the 2D form is to be known as Metatron's Cube, then this form must be one dimension higher and be known as Metatron's Hypercube This form is provided in a variety of colors in resin as metals will...

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The 12 outer vetexes of this Ganesha sphere are the points of the cubeoctahedron, also known as the vector equilibrium. The sphere with 6 axes displays the triangular and hexagonal symmetries of the isotropic vector matrix. This is the most fundamental geometry of space, of particles and atoms, electrical fields, and cosmological bodies. These same symmetries give rise to the double torus through rotation producing an equatorial plane and polar vortexes. In this version the lines are a little thicker than in the version here This makes it more substantial in appearance and considerably stronger.

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This is the seed that gives rise to the tree that blooms into the flower of life. It is no accident that from some angles it looks like a child's drawing of an atom! The 12 outer vetexes of this Ganesha sphere are the points of the cubeoctahedron, also known as the vector equilibrium. The sphere with 6 axes displays the triangular and hexagonal symmetries of the isotropic vector matrix. This is the most fundamental geometry of space, of particles and atoms, electrical fields, and cosmological bodies. These same symmetries give rise to the double torus through rotation producing an equatorial plane...

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This form is one of the simplest expressions of the fundamental symmetries of 3d space. It is composed of 4 circles that intersect at 12 points. The 6 axis show the hexagonal symmetry that Buckminster Fuller proposed is more fundamental than the cubic symmetry that obsesses Western culture. It is no accident that from the right angle the form appears exactly like a child's drawing of an atom.
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The 12 outer vetexes of this Ganesha sphere are the points of the cubeoctahedron, also known as the vector equilibrium. The sphere with 6 axes displays the triangular and hexagonal symmetries of the isotropic vector matrix. This is the most fundamental geometry of space, of particles and atoms, electrical fields, and cosmological bodies. These same symmetries give rise to the double torus through rotation producing an equatorial plane and polar vortexes. It is no accident that from the right angle the form appears exactly like a childs drawing of an atom with electrons around it. This is the 3 dimensional hexagonal seed...

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The simplest expression of the symmetries of 3d space. 4 circles intersect at 12 points. 6 axis show the fundamental tetrahedral symmetry.

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12 cubeoctahedral spheres surround the central sphere. The centres of the spheres are the same distance from their neighbors as they are from the centre of the central sphere. The cubeoctahedron is the only shape in 3d that does this, and for this reason Buckminster Fuller called it the Vector Equilibrium. This demonstrates the natural way that spheres cluster. In the same way that 6 circles perfectly surround a central circle 12 spheres surround a central sphere. It is the most basic example of the tetrahedral symmetry of space itself and when this pattern is extended Fuller called it the Isotropic...

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This eye pleasing form represents the shape of the electromagnetic field, especially as described in the work of Nassim Haramein. Energy spirals out from the equatorial plane, and circulates back through the poles to the centre. The torus (donut, smoke ring, circle spinning around an external axis) is one of the key geometries for understanding the dynamics of energy at all scales from the subatomic to the supergalactic. Whatch the video below for more info. A spinning sphere naturally has toroidal, (or you could say 'double toroidal'), dynamics through its polar and equatorial differences. The sphere, the torus, and the double torus, are...

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4 interlocking Seed of Life circles create this 3d version of the Flower of Life. The outer shape is the spherical Vector Equilibrium or Ganesha Crystal. The overlapping circles actually represent spheres of interacting energy, and the vector equilibrium is the perfect balance of contractive and expansive forces.

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The way 12 stars can be made to enclose space is quite enchanting. This figure is made simply by replacing the pentagonal faces of a dodecahedron with 5 pointed stars. It is really only the dodecahedral and icosahedral forms that lend themselves to this kind of 'stellation'. Geometers tell us that it is only in two three, and four dimensions that this phenomena of stellating the platonic forms occurs. Star forms are inherently dynamic and unstable. It is interesting to contemplate that (to put it perhaps too simply) beyond the fourth dimension there are no stars. This model will be...

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A study of the possible symmetries of space. This is an extension of my other models based on the cubeoctahedron. This one has the 3 more axes showing the full cubic and octahedral symmetries. The Cubeoctahedral in blue with the Octahedral green.

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This is one of my studies in 3 dimensionalizing the tradition Metatron's Cube design. I particularly enjoy its atomic rings from a certain perspective, and the ease with which you can see the 12 directions from the center Here we have two sets of 12 points surrounding the centre. If each of these points were joined to every other point we would have an exact 3D analog of the 2D Metatron's Cube. By analogy then if the 2D form is to be known as Metatron's Cube, then this form must be one dimensiona higher and be known as Metatron's Hypercube...

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This is one of my studies in 3 dimensionalizing the tradition Metatron's Cube design. Evidence that this is the correct 3D form ... if you slice this form through any of its 4 hexagonal planes you will reveal the 2D Metatron's Cube. Here we have two sets of 12 points surrounding the centre. If each of these points were joined to every other point we would have an exact 3D analog of the 2D Metatron's Cube. By analogy then if the 2D form is to be known as Metatron's Cube, then this form must be one dimension higher and be...

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The Cube-octahedron is a key shape for understanding the geometry of 3D space. It belongs to a family of cubic forms that includes the cube, octahedron, star tetrahedron, 64 tetrahedron grid, Metatron's Cube, the Flower of Life, the Rhombic Dodecahedron, and more. Here a smaller one is nested inside the larger one and each of their vertices is a smaller spherical cubeoctahedron. It is also a study for the 3D Metatron's Cube as the spheres surround the central sphere in the same manner, and if you hold the form at the right angle you can see the Metatron's Cube projection....

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This is one of my most successful studies in 3 dimensionalizing the tradition Metatron's Cube design. 12 Spheres surround the central sphere creating a cubeoctahedron, and 12 more surround this to create a larger cubeoctahedron. If the centres of these 24 spheres were all connected to each other we would have the exact analog.
As the 2D design is known as Metatron's Cube it seems fitting that the 3D form should be called Metatron's Hypercube - especially as the secret of this form is the way it catches the shadows of higher dimensional shapes.

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This is one of my studies in 3 dimensionalizing the tradition Metatron's Cube design. I particularly enjoy its atomic rings from a certain perspective, and the ease with which you can see the 12 directions from the center Here we have two sets of 12 points surrounding the centre. If each of these points were joined to every other point we would have an exact 3D analog of the 2D Metatron's Cube. By analogy then if the 2D form is to be known as Metatron's Cube, then this form must be one dimensiona higher and be known as Metatron's Hypercube...

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