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Flower of Life MetaCube with Rings pendant 3d printed

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Flower of Life MetaCube with Rings pendant 3d printed
Flower of Life MetaCube with Rings pendant 3d printed

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Flower of Life MetaCube with Rings pendant

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Have ever seen the Flower of Life in its 3-Dimensional form? Have you ever noticed that it is a Cube? MAIA-WORKS is grateful and privileged to share with you our NU Sacred-Creation: THE FLOWER OF LIFE META-CUBE. Unlocking the secrets of the Sacred-Geometrical-Forms is a goal of MAIA-WORKS. This is the Sacred-Cube. You can choose to have this item made out of a number of different materials. This version and the one coming next have been SHUTTING-DOWN the computer throughout this process! I'm not sure why, but my opinion is that it's a powerful sacred geometrical object/talisman 720-degrees! "They say that the Flower of Life is at least 2500 years old and is in the category of basic symbols of Sacred Geometry and ancient religious values. And as regards its historical significance, one may conclude from the locations where it was found; Egypt (Abydos and Mount Sinai), Israel (Masada), China (the Forbidden City), Japan, India (the Golden Temple and elsewhere), Turkey (various old Roman sites), Italy (13th century art), North Africa (Morocco), Middle East (Lebanon and various Islamic mosques), South America (Peru), North America (Mexico), etc. Unfortunately our human perception is 2-dimensional all the same, hence you can imagine it like this. The Flower of Life. Symbol of antiquity. Graphically it renders certain results. Now try to anticipate it 3-dimensionally, in its actual form, its entire transparency and the coloring of its pulsating hues, and then try to count all of its 3-dimensional components. To no avail, even with the implementation of present-day technology. It is no wonder that the Flower of Life, its 2-dimensional image, was so illustrious amidst ancient cultures on all four sides of the world like a holy of holies. That is why there was a reason for naming it the Flower of Life. However, even our 2-dimensional perception of scrutinizing the “Flower” can bring a series of results, but then again this may be tricky especially since our perception remains rectilinear, and then errors might occur and if they are done in haste they will persist. Namely, “spherical” contemplation isn’t easy, even when its 2-dimensional, and in many chapters I’ve tried to get my readers accustomed to this (I called it “only with a compass” or “in an angelic mode”). Therefore, in this chapter, I think it is indispensable to bring some more light into our 2-dimensionality and this means to point out the errors of rectilinear plotting and along the way to learn how not to be overhasty because it is necessary manifest errors in accordance with the old proverb of “learning from our errors”, providing of course that we comprehend our errors and do not repeat them. It is also true that we find that our lives are too short to be “without fault”, but that’s why we are here, generation after generation and if each and every generation were to reveal faults to the forthcoming one then that would be the way that would one day perhaps From the aspect of geometry, the Flower of Life is universal as a geometry that can solve everything, i.e. any angle, any kind of division (whether of a radius, diameter, square, cube, etc.). It is the door that opens to regions of undreamt of possibilities, not only mathematical, but of other natural sciences (of a practical nature), and by linking it to oral and written legends of a religious nature, we cannot fend off the impression that it is not a work by our human civilization, but rather a work intended for our human civilization. Besides, in Abydos in the Osirion (often erroneously as the Osiris Temple), in addition to the Flower of Life there is another artifact – a somewhat different flower of life that has been neglected though it also possesses the code form of Egyptian and Mayan cultures; but that is another theme for some other time. For the time being I will merely demonstrate a couple of simple derivatives to present its possibilities, without going into any further derivations. Tomo Periša." Cubes divide into six tetrahedrons - These six tetrahedrons form into rotating cones (vortices) along three primary depolar magnetic lines of the three dimensions along the three planes. Nineness of Cubes - These nine cube assemblies due to similar functions of polarity will assemble into a large cube of 18 and 27 cubical sections. Each cube will have its own polar identity matching poles for the central Neutral Cube. There will be an east, west, north, south, up and down cube as well as eight cubes on the far corners. These inner directional cubes are securely and squarely touching five other cubes. These directional cubes are therefore stable.
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Flower of Life MetaCube with Rings pendant
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