Meditron cube pendant


he Mystery of Metatron’s Cube
This complex Sacred Geometry structure – ”Metatron’s Cube”, is derived from the ancient structure of the Flower of Life. It is named after the Archangel Metatron. Metatron appears in Jewish tradition, Christian tradition, and in some aspects of Islam. Metatron is in charge of all of creation and is considered an Archangel as well as a judge.

It’s origin as well as the origin of the Flower of Life shrouds in mystery that can be traced back in time thousands of years ago. The importance of the Flower of Life lies in the hidden structure within it – The Fruit of life which is the “Holy of holies” of Sacred Geometry. It can be derived out of the Flower of life structure when we create a thirteen circles pattern out of the Flower pattern. Why was this structure so important and secretive? The reason is in its potential. If we connect all the possible centers of the circles we will receive 78 lines, creating a structure known as the Metatron’s cube. This structure contains bi-dimensional drawings of all 5 Platonic Solids: the cube, the tetrahedron, the octahedron, the dodecahedron and the Icosahedrons. These figures are unique in having all their vertexes tangent with the surface of a ball. These figures, and their different combinations, give every possible molecular structure and every possible geometrical law, the reality we live in.

These structures are named after (again) the ancient Greek philosopher Plato who was influenced by none other than Pythagoras and it’s disciples – the Pythagoreans who were looking for the secret patterns and laws that govern the universe.

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Meditron’s Cube – Mythically speaking, Meditron was originally human, elevated to archangel by God for his services as scribe. He was considered to be the foremost communicator between humans and the divine.  Meditron is best known for his ‘cube’ which is derived from the Fruit of Life, which are thirteen circles concealed in the ancient Flower of Life found inscribed on the walls of the Osirion temple at Abydos, Egypt and throughout many ancient cultures. The centers of each of these thirteen circles are then all connected to each other to form Meditron’s Cube and it is from this pattern that all of the “Platonic Solids” can be formed which are the building blocks of all life.



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