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Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals
Platonic Solids - 5pc - Zero Point Crystals

Platonic Solids - 5pc

$45.00

 5 piece Platonic solid set

The 5 Platonic solids (Tetrahedron, Cube or (Hexahedron), Octahedron, Dodecahedron and Icosahedron) are ideal, primal models of crystal patterns that occur throughout the world of minerals in countless variations. These are the only five regular polyhedra, that is, the only five solids made from the same equilateral, equiangular polygons. To the Greeks, these solids symbolized fire, earth, air, spirit (or ether) and water respectively. The cube and octahedron are duals, meaning that one can be created by connecting the midpoints of the faces of the other. The icosahedron and dodecahedron are also duals of each other, and three mutually perpendicular, mutually bisecting golden rectangles can be drawn connecting their vertices and midpoints, respectively. The tetrahedron is a dual to itself.

 Tetrahedron (Fire)

  The first of the platonic solids is the tetrahedron having 4 triangular sides and symbolizing the element of fire.

   Meaning: the power of fire and the power present in the tetrahedron are beneficial for creating change but need to be handled with utmost care.

  Cube (Earth)

  The second platonic solid is the cube or hexahedron having 6 square sides and representing the element of earth.

   Meaning: a solid foundation and stability suggesting a need for patience and consistency, allowing things to develop in their own perfect time.

  Octahedron (Air)

  The third of the platonic solids in the octahedron having 8 triangular sides and symbolizing the element of air.

   Meaning: careful balance between multiple forces suggesting the need for diplomacy, grace and willingness to learn.

  Dodecahedron (Universe)

  The fourth platonic solid is the Dodecahedron symbol for the universes and having 12 pentagonal sides.

   Meaning: a framework for the descending subtle energies of spirit. This suggests a time in which the divine forces must lead the way whether    

   the understanding is there or not.

  Icosahedron (Water)

  The Icosahedron is the fifth and final platonic solid having 20 triangular sides and symbol for the element of water.

  Meaning: trust in the wisdom of the universe is needed with a willingness to allow others to assist in the situation versus pursuing an active role.

  As the water suggests, it time to go with the flow.