A Journey through 3D
Author: William W. Williams; Edition & Illustration: Heike Bielek, Colin Power
Genre: Metaphysics, Geometry; Publication Year: 2017
Build a set of nested platonic solids, using just a compass and strait edge.
Throughout the whole of creation there are only five Regular Solids in existence. These forms have occupied the minds of Astrologists such as Johannes Kepler and Philosophers such as Plato, from which derives their modern day name – the Platonic Solids. This fascinating guide book holds the template to create the five Platonic Solids using just a compass and a straight edge. Discover their qualities and their astounding relationship to the natural world. What can the five Platonic Solids teach us about three dimensional space? How does it come into existence? And is there a fundamental structure to the universe?
13 SACRED NUMBERS
An Evolution of Consciousness
Turn a line into diferent equal sided shapes and uncover their spiritual metaphor.
An Metaphysical Guide
Expansive and contractive Sacred Geometry describes the underlying mathematical structure of life.
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