# Geometric Duels

## Geometric Duels

After studying the work of both Nassim Haramein and Marko Rodin I feel there seems to be some kind of relationship between them, I’ve often said

“If Nassim Haramein has discovered the Geometry of the vacuum then Marko Rodin has discovered the math behind that geometry”.

Lets have a look at a relationship between their work. This page will probably make little sense until you study the work of Nassim Haramein, Marko Rodin and Greg Volk, they all can be found in the background section of this site.

If we start by looking at the 5 Platonic solids and there relationship to each other by looking at their duels and how they create each other. We find the duel of a polyhedron by imagining a dot at the centre of every face, then if we connect the dots we create a new polyhedron.
In the above picture we see the tetrahedron, the cube, the octahedron, the dodecahedron and the icosahedron.

The tetrahedron is unique as it self replicates, the cube and the octahedron are the duel of each other and the dodecahedron and the icosahedron are the duel of each other.

Lets have a look at the tetrahedron Now if we imagine a dot at the centre of every face and draw lines between them we create another tetrahedron, self replicating polyhedra are not that common and this is the only one of the platonic solid that behaves in this way. The duel of the tetrahedron is an inverted tetrahedron and they create each other forever. This is the geometry that Nassim uses but he has them both equal in size and in a sphere like this. Nassim then uses this as a basic building block to build the 64 tetrahedron grid with the vector equilibrium at its heart.

I hope you’ve fully studied this but for those who need a refresher Nassim has got a great new animation that explains it perfectly (The full presentation is in the background section)

So at the very heart of the geometry of the vacuum we have the vector equilibrium. Now lets move on to the Rhombic Dodecahedron.
Greg Volk discovered that in 3 dimensional vortex based mathematics the Rhombic Dodecahedron perfectly fits in all 3 dimensions. If you are unfamiliar with his work check out the videos at the bottom of this page

Here’s a look  Rhombic Dodecahedron This shape is also the most natural shape that tessellates 3 dimensional space. If we were to take lots of balls and fill a box they would form a structure that would fit into the box with the least space. Now if we were to insert flat plains between the balls we would get a matrix made from Rhombic Dodecahedra. Now I believe it’s no coincidence that the Vector Equilibrium that Nassim discovered at the heart of the geometry of the vacuum and the Rhombic Dodecahedron are duels, one creates the other.

If we put a Vector Equilibrium inside a Rhombic Dodecahedron we get this, with every point of the Vector Equilibrium pointing to the centre of each face of the Rhombic Dodecahedron. And if we put a Rhombic Dodecahedron inside a Vector Equilibrium we get this, with every point of the Rhombic Dodecahedron pointing to the centre of each face of the Vector Equilibrium. Lets have a look at how they morph into each other to create the perfect duel system. By looking at this geometry and the duel we find a direct relationship between vortex based mathematics and the work of Nassim Haramein!

## 3 thoughts on “Geometric Duels”

1. Debbie says:

Brilliant Work Matthew!

2. Sandra says:

Matthew you did it again. you caused a wow!! site, sight!! so glad we connected.

3. JONESSENOJ says:

Brilliant many thanks for sharing this ! Sits well with all my research