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Frank Chester on the Heptahedron
Pateo Radio, Vol. 44
The special guest for this live broadcast on February 11, 2013 of Pateo Radio was Frank Chester (1939). In 2000, he discovered a new geometric form that unites the five Platonic solids and provides some startling indications about the form and function of the human heart. This new form, which he called the Chestahedron, is a seven-sided polyhedron with surfaces of equal area. Frank has been exploring this heptahedron and its significance for over a decade. For more information about Frank’s remarkable work, visit FrankChester.com or HeartisticScience.org. In this volume of the Pateo Radio talk show, Frank and host Johan Oldenkamp mostly talked about the heptahedron, which connects the ‘highest’ form here ‘below’ (which is the tetrahedron) with the ‘lowest’ form up there ‘above’ (which is the kite). Thanks to the heptahedronal form, our physical heart (‘below’) is able to receive metaphysical life energy from the spiritual world (‘above’).
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