These pages are to give flight to your imagination. A soccer ball is a dodecahedron puffed into a sphere. A future brain cell is a puffed, expanded dodecahedron, not to be kicked. Look at the rainbow-colored parts of this one.{Back to top of page}The dodecahedron is a regular 12-faced polyhedron. The dodecahedron has 20 vertices, corresponding to the 20 faces of the icosahedron. The icosahedron has 12 vertices, corresponding to the 12 faces of the dodecahedron. Both regular polyhedrons are very important for Buckminster Fuller's geodesic geometry.

Geodesics are important to me. The study of these forms involves far more than mere shapes, volumes, and formulas. They are exceedingly meaningful expressions. These forms are keys to Wholeo. The information on this page is to provide some keys.

- If you combine the faces of an icosahedron and a dodecahedron, you have the basis of the brain cell form, the EIE that is shown on this page. Here is an exterior reference to a picture of the icosidodecahedron. It uses 6 great circles, whereas the EIE is formed from 12 great circles. See also a 3D model by Swami dharmraj, which you can view from all sides and from within. VRML viewer plug-in required. It worked with Cortona and FreeWRL (Macintosh) for me. To build your own model, see http://members.westnet.com.au/dharmraj/ for a link to SpringDance, a free Windows program for modeling synergetic geometry.
- Five cubes rotated form an expanded dodecahedron. This is a visual metaphor for expanded consciousness of five brain cells synergizing.
- Being inside an expanded brain cell structure.
- The evolutionary EIEball shows 6 great circles as a 5D vision structure.
- Light Body book, has a small picture at the upper right corner.
- EIE expanded brain cell
- The web contains a wealth of dodecahedron lore. The context varies from sacred geometry, through mathematics, to molecular structures. Dreamweaver is an example of the former. The dodecahedron as healing shape.

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