Merkaba, Platonic Solids & Sacred Geometry. The MerKaBa The Merkaba is an extremely powerful symbol.
It is a combination of two star tetrahedrons - one pointing up to the heavens, channeling energy down from the Universe to the earth plain, and one pointing downwards, drawing energy up from the earth beneath. The top, or upward pointing tetrahedron is male and rotates clockwise, with the bottom or downwards pointing one being female, which rotates counterclockwise. Above: The Merkaba activated around a person What Does ‘Merkaba’ Mean? What is a Merkaba? When meditating, try sitting holding a MerKaBa and picture yourself inside this shape, with the two tetrahedrons rotating (as described above). Platonic Solids and Sacred Geometry Above: The 5 Platonic Solids Platonic Solids are shapes which form part of Sacred Geometry.
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John Baez November 12, 2006 What's the pattern in this sequence? Infinity, five, six, three, three, three, three, three, ... In 2 dimensions, the most symmetrical polygons of all are the 'regular polygons'. In 3 dimensions, the most symmetrical polyhedra of all are the 'regular polyhedra', also known as the 'Platonic solids'. The tetrahedron, with 4 triangular faces: The cube, with 6 square faces: The octahedron, with 8 triangular faces: The dodecahedron, with 12 pentagonal faces. The story goes on... but in higher dimensions one usually uses the term 'regular polytopes' instead of 'Platonic solids'. In 4 dimensions, there are exactly six regular polytopes. How can visualize these? So, we can visualize the regular polytopes in 4 dimensions by taking a 3-sphere and drawing it chopped up into polyhedra.
You might things would keep getting more complicated in higher dimensions. For starters, try Tony Smith's webpage. Hmm.