Metatron’s Cube – Gold

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Metatron’s Cube – Gold

Metatron’s Cube contains all other geometric forms, including the five platonic solids and the geometric symbols of many world faiths. This is a stabilizing, harmonizing geometric. It is an excellent form to use when you are seeking to call forth and stabilize the core essence of an object. Metatron’s Cube is a holy glyph, often drawn around a person or a place to ward off and protect the area from harm.

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Metatron’s Cube is a core sacred geometry form that represents the building blocks of the universe. It contains the five platonic solids and the geometric symbols of many world faiths.

Metatron’s Cube represents the core energy of Metatron – it is what his light field looks like (e.g., it contains all the building components of creation). It consists of thirteen circles of light with lines (e.g. connecting lines of energy) going from each circle to each of the other circles. This way of connecting energy can then be looked at in separate units, thus enabling your use of the five Platonic solids and many other sacred geometry forms.

Different traditions focus on different aspects of this form, or energy, as it pertains to their work. Metatron comes from the Greek Meta+Tron, meaning Beyond+Matrix. In some traditions he is said to be the form just under ultimate source, from which the existence of many universes is formed. He is often referred to as the architect of the universe and as the scribe of the universe. He is often called an archangel, as a way to identify his energy, although he actually sits above even the archangels, at the right hand of God.

Metatron is associated with different energies in different traditions, including Enoch, Thoth, Ptah and Hermes. That is, these traditions call the qualities of Metatron by different names, and focus on slightly different aspects of his existence. Metatron’s Cube is considered a holy glyph by many, and is often drawn around a person or a place to ward off and protect the area from harm.

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