Behold, all 5" of the wondrous Asanoha Alchemy crystal grid which features the hexagonal asanoha built from the underlying structure of the 64 Tetrahedron below! This geometric oddity's power can be harnessed through crystal activation. If that doesn't excite you, maybe you could just use it as a coaster for a mug or glass piece. That works also.
"Asanoha depicts a geometric design of hemp leaves. Hemp has long been an important plant in Japan, being the primary clothing fiber along with silk, until the 17th century when cotton was introduced to Japan. It represents growth and good health. Since hemp grows quickly, it was customary to use Asanoha for children's items, in hopes that the child would also grow fast and strong."
Behold, all 5" of the wondrous Endless Icosahedron crystal grid which features scaled icosahedrons built entirely from the segments inside of the underlying 64 Tetrahedron! This geometric oddity's power can be harnessed through crystal activation. If that doesn't excite you, maybe you could just use it as a coaster for a mug or glass piece. That works also.
The Vector Equilibrium, as its name describes, is the only geometric form wherein all of the vectors are of equal length. This includes both from its center point out to its circumferential vertices, and the edges (vectors) connecting all of those vertices. Being a geometry of equal vectors and equal 60° angles, it is possible to extend this equilibrium array infinitely outward from the center point of the VE, producing what is called the Isotropic Vector Matrix (IVM).
Given this primary presence of tetrahedons in the VE and the IVM, arranging 32 positive and 32 negative tetrahedrons for a total 64, creates the 64-Tetrahedron which is a conceptual fractal of structural wholeness in balanced integrity featuring zero phase symmetry.
Optic Triangulation - Bamboo Coaster Set - By Cassady Bell
Set of four bamboo, laser engraved coasters along with bamboo storage box. Each coaster is individually engraved with Cassady Bell's "Optic Triangulation Design"
Learn more about Cassady and his work at www. cassadybell.com