What have you read or heard about Metatron’s cube in the past? What comes to mind when you hear the term Metatron’s cube. If you are anything like me, what used to come to my mind was the two-dimensional image of Metatron’s cube that is shown below.
This image of Metatron’s cube is very familiar. It has been around a long time. Perhaps the first thing that comes to your mind when you see it is sacred geometry. Perhaps you relate to the Platonic solids. It is often asserted that Metatron’s cube contains all five of the Platonic solids within it. A couple of them are rather easy to see. Some take a little more work and some imagination to see.
The above image is drawn in two dimensions using what is referred to as three-point perspective which simulates three dimensions. See if you can make out the large cube. It has six sides. If you have never tried to see the large cube, you may find it not that easy to make out.
If I show you the same image with the cube highlighted, then the cube is much easier to see. Look at the picture below.
Once you see the outlined cube, your perspective shifts. Try looking at the first image again without the highlighting. It won’t take you long to see the cube in that image based upon your new perspective.
This two-dimensional rendering of Metatron’s cube was created many years ago and it is out of date. We now have modern tools that allow us to show Metatron’s cube from different perspectives.
Speaking of perspectives. I grew up in Buffalo, New York. I visited Niagara Falls many times when I was growing up. Needless to say, it is an impressive sight. Out of town friends who visited were always interested in seeing the falls. During my many trips to the falls, my friends would sometimes see the tour boat, the Maid of the Mist, in the river below the falls. When they asked if I had ever ridden the Maid of the Mist, I truthfully answered no. One warm summer day I finally decided that the time had come to take the ride. Wow, what a ride! It was pure excitement and I never forgot how it changed my appreciation of the falls. What a shift in perspective.
Unlocking Metatron’s cube provides a similar type of shift in perspective. Here is an image of a three-dimensional Metatron’s cube.
In the above rendering, you get more of a feeling of the image being three-dimensional. Unfortunately, the shapes of the Platonic solids are more difficult to see. Hopefully. The image below is a different rendering of Metatron’s cube which illustrates the individual Platonic solids.
Again with this image, you can see more of the three-dimensional nature of Metatron’s cube. Keep in mind that Metatron’s cube is constantly in motion. What you see here are really only snapshots of the structure of Metatron’s cube. These are, however, a good starting point from which to begin to gain a new perspective of Metatron’s cube, a 3D perspective. This is the key to unlocking Metatron’s cube.
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