Let’s make the Platonic solids and Metatron’s Cube come alive. It’s time to have some fun with these boring figures that we probably learned about in a high school mathematics class. Let’s give them three-dimensional form, and color, and motion. Let’s use our imaginations and give them personalities. Let’s make them real.
I have created a new category of blogs to showcase the videos that we have created showing the Platonic solids and Metatron’s Cube coming alive. Three-dimensional models of the individual Platonic solids can only portray a limited portion of their true nature. The same can be said of Metatron’s cube.
We can use animation to illustrate entirely new aspects of both the Platonic solids and Metatron’s cube. The first aspect that we can demonstrate is the three-dimensional beauty of each one of the Platonic solids. We can further demonstrate how they nest within each other to form Metatron’s cube.
We add a second aspect to all of these shapes when we show them in motion. No single image of these figures can demonstrate the motion that is so important to our understanding of them. Their motion, the direction and speed as well as the axis of rotation, determines the energetic vibration that is produced by the current configuration. There is great variability in the configuration. We will discuss this in greater detail in subsequent blogs.
This first video shows each Platonic solid as a three-dimensional construct within Metatron’s Cube. The three-dimensional image of Metatron’s Cube is rotating. Each one of the Platonic solids is moving together with all the others. We did this on purpose. As I mentioned above, each Platonic solid is free to move independently of the others.
See if you can see each one of the Platonic solids nested within Metatron’s cube. I suggest you start with the tetrahedron. You will notice that there is an inverted tetrahedron also within this image. Keep watching the video until you can see all five Platonic solids.
There are more videos coming. Each new video will add more personality to the Platonic solids and Metatron’s Cube.