Sacred Geometries and Their Scientific Meanings

The Interface between Science and the Transcendental

Stephen M. Phillips  

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"The Universe is a thought of the Deity. Since this ideal thought-form has overflowed into actuality, and the world born thereof has realized the plan of its creator, it is the calling of all thinking beings to rediscover in this existent whole the original design."

Friedrich Schiller



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The 421 polytope has 6720 edges

 The 2-d Sri Yantra has 672 yods other than corners of triangles

The 421 polytope       

            The Sri Yantra

Weighted with the number 10, the 672 yods in the Sri Yantra other than corners of its triangles denote the 6720 edges of the 4
21 polytope, whose 240 vertices determine the E8 symmetry group of E8×E8  heterotic superstring forces and correspond to the 240 points, lines & triangles surrounding the centre of the Sri Yantra.


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