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A 2D view of the 3D Metatron's cube highlighting the Dodecahedron, a 3D platonic solid with 12 pentagons as faces and 20 points. Here two of its top pentagon can be seen and its bottom pentagon is out of sight. 5 of its 10 pentagons are seen pointing alternately up and down around its middle.

A 2D view of the 3D Metatron's cube highlighting the Dodecahedron, a 3D platonic solid with 12 pentagons as faces and 20 points. Here two of its top pentagon can be seen and its bottom pentagon is out of sight. 5 of its 10 pentagons are seen pointing alternately up and down around its middle.

We now come to the final pairing,the icosahedron (Water) and the dodecahedron (Quintessence),these differ markedly from the previous solids in that they are dependent upon a new template in order to manifest within the Fibonacci numbers.We now see that another star,one comprised of  groupings of the 1-1-1 and 8-8-8  numbers now comes into play, in order to provide the relevant energetic pathways required to generate these two solids.

The Fibonacci Numbers and the Platonic Solids

We now come to the final pairing,the icosahedron (Water) and the dodecahedron (Quintessence),these differ markedly from the previous solids in that they are dependent upon a new template in order to manifest within the Fibonacci numbers.We now see that another star,one comprised of groupings of the 1-1-1 and 8-8-8 numbers now comes into play, in order to provide the relevant energetic pathways required to generate these two solids.

Divisible by 5 ** sacred geometry...the pentagram within the pentagon.  Well used in the painting of the Sheppards

Divisible by 5 ** sacred geometry...the pentagram within the pentagon. Well used in the painting of the Sheppards

About the Golden Ratio: The Golden Ratio can be illustrated within special dimensions of Sprials, Triangles and Rectangles where the ratio of the length of the short side to the long side is .618, was noted by ancient Greek architects as the most visually pleasing rectangle and its dimensions were used to construct buildings such as the Parthenon.:

About the Golden Ratio: The Golden Ratio can be illustrated within special dimensions of Sprials, Triangles and Rectangles where the ratio of the length of the short side to the long side is .618, was noted by ancient Greek architects as the most visually pleasing rectangle and its dimensions were used to construct buildings such as the Parthenon.:

// "A Handbook of Ornament" 1898 by Franz Sales Meyer  --Geometric shapes inspired our Sympathia Collection @ tamwim.com--

A handbook of ornament : Meyer, Franz Sales, 1849- : Free Download & Streaming

// "A Handbook of Ornament" 1898 by Franz Sales Meyer --Geometric shapes inspired our Sympathia Collection @ tamwim.com--

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