Hey Veneda! Nice to meet you. As I said in friend's request, the hexagon caught my eye. Interesting math in the hexagon and the circle. The circle has in ratio, the largest interior area relative to its linear distance in circumference, and the hexagon has just the opposite, the least interior area relative to the linear distance of its perimeter. The other thing that caught my eye when I was assembling my scalar wave generator/antenna to be used (a low energy prototype fashioned after the Rife-Bare equipment) for energetic healing at the cellular and sub-atomic level where all is about frequency/vibration, is that the star tetrahedron is perfectly nested in the hexagon, and then hexagon in center of star tetrahedron, and on and on to infinity, as is the case with core principles of the cosmos, like the Phi Golden Mean ratio of 1:1.618.... and Pi. I stumbled upon that simple realization concerning the star tetrahedron nested in the hexagon when I just started drawing lines from point to point prior to assembly to make sure my hexagon shape was truly squared, and walla', there was the star tetrahedron with another hexagon in the center. Pic of the generator is what I am using for my pic... Love/Light, and Peace beyond measure, Chris
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