**Sankakkei Star Tetrahedron seed**

diameter: 12 mm with 12 x 3 mm holes.

**Sankakkei rod**

diameter: 3 mm

length: 64 mm

**The Sankakkei 64-Tetrahedron Cube**

Did you notice that a duotone Star Tetrahedron has an even (balanced) number of black and white seeds and rods, and are actually 2 big tetrahedrons interlocking in opposite directions, forming 8 new smaller tetrahedrons, with just one complete black tetrahedron and one complete white opposite to each other, emphasizing the dualistic nature.

If you take 8 of these ‘dualistic’ Star Tetrahedrons and fuse the the complete black tetrahedrons together, you get the 64-Tetrahedron Cube.

With all the white tetrahedrons (big and small) pointing outwards, forming a large white Star Tetrahedron (expansion/positive). And all the black tetrahedrons (big and small) pointing inwards forming a large Vector Equilibrium (contraction/negative).

The 64-Tetrahedron Cube, discovered by Nassim Haramein, has both sides of the spectrum, the ‘absolute nothingness’ (vector equilibrium) and the absolute expansion (star tetrahedron). It represents the total as one, the alpha and the omega, the positive and negative together in one three dimensional model.

It also shows how to divide to infinity within a finite boundary (in a scale of 8), if you look at the Star Tetrahedron and duplicate each of the 8 small tetrahedrons in opposite direction (like a star tetrahedron) you get the 64 tetrahedron cube, composed of even smaller tetrahedrons, you could do this to infinity without exceeding the outer border of the Star Tetrahedron you started with.

Notice that the 64-Tetrahedron Cube has not only a big vector equilibrium on the outside, there is also a smaller vector equilibrium in the center of the structure.