Interdimensional Quantum Physics: Sacred Geometry

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Video – In this video, Dr. Tracey Hess discusses Robert Lawlor’s book, Sacred Geometry.

“What indeed are the most essential volumetric forms?” There are five volumes which are thought to be the most essential because they are the.only volumes which have all edges and all interior angles equal. They are the tetrahedron, octahedron, cube, dodecahedronand the icosahedron, and are the expressions in volume of the triangle, the square and the pentagon, 3, 4, 5.

All other regular volumes are only truncations of these five. These five solids are given the name ‘Platonic’ because it is assumed that Plato has these forms in mind in the Timaeus, the dialogue in which he outlines a cosmology through the metaphor of planar and solid geometry. In this dialogue, which is one of the most thoroughly ‘Pythagorean’ of his works, he establishes that the four basic elements of the world are earth, air, fire and water, and that these elements are each related to one of the solid figures.

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