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February 2009 Newsletter - The Icosahedron   ( Feb 15, 2009 )
This month, we continue our series on the Platonic Solids.  Below is an article on the fifth platonic solid; the Icosahedron.  ICOSAHEDRON Physical Qualities of the Icosahedron The Icosahedron is the last in this series of the five Platonic Solid shapes. It contains 20 faces, 12 vertices and 30 edges. This symmetrical solid is made up 20 equilateral...
January 2009 Newsletter - The Dodecahedron   ( Jan 15, 2009 )
  This month, we continue our series on the Platonic Solids.  Below is an article on the fourth platonic solid; the Dodecahedron.  DODECAHEDRON Physical Qualities of the Dodecahedron The Dodecahedron is the fourth in the series of the five Platonic Solid shapes. It contains 12 faces, 20 vertices and 30 edges. The Dodecahedron (along with its dual...
December 2008 Newsletter - The Octahedron   ( Dec 15, 2008 )
  This month, we continue our series on the Platonic Solids.  Below is an article on the third platonic solid; the Octahedron.  OCTAHEDRON Physical Qualities of the Octahedron The Octahedron is the third in the series of the five Platonic Solid shapes. It contains 8 faces, 6 vertices and 12 edges. This symmetrical solid is made up of eight...
November 2008 Newsletter - The Cube   ( Nov 15, 2008 )
This month, we continue our series on the Platonic Solids.  Below is an article on the second platonic solid; the Cube.  CUBE Physical Qualities of the Cube The Cube, also called the regular hexahedron, is the second of the five shapes. It contains 6 square faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges. Cubic shapes can be found in many structures including the natural...
October 2008 Newsletter - Tetrahedron & Merkaba   ( Oct 15, 2008 )
This month, we continue our series on the Platonic Solids.  Below is an article on the first platonic solid; the Tetrahedron.  In addition, we also have a second article on the Star Tetrahedron or Merkaba (Merkabah)!  It makes for a long newsletter, but hopefully you will enjoy all of the information. TETRAHEDRON Physical Qualities of the...
September 2008 Newsletter - The Platonic Solids   ( Sep 15, 2008 )
Beginner's Reference Guide Main Page This month, we begin a series on the Platonic Solids.    Below is a general overview and in future newsletters, we will cover each platonic solid shape in more depth.  What are Platonic Solids? History In the study of Geometry and/or Sacred Geometry, there is a group of five unique shapes called the...
December 2008 2nd Article - The Pyramid   ( Jul 28, 2014 )
THE PYRAMID The Egyptian pyramids are instantly recognized throughout the world. Of the original seven wonders of the ancient world, the great pyramids of Giza are all that remain. However, they were not the first and only pyramids constructed. The building of the pyramid dates back to 4,500 to 5,000 BC and was built, not in Egypt, but in China. Pyramids in China and Greece...
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