Metatron’s Cube and the platonic solids explained, what is, meaning and significance

Let me tell you about this magnificent creation of Sacred Geometry – «Metatron’s Cube». It’s not just a mere structure, but a profound symbol of the ancient Flower of Life. Oh, how my heart fills with awe and reverence as I utter the name of Archangel Metatron. For he is the ruler of all creation and a judge of immense power.

From the beginning of time, humans have believed that God crafted the entire universe with a particular geometric plan. The shapes, patterns, frequencies, proportions, ratios, and laws underlying all organic life forms and objects have been observed, and these are known as Sacred Geometry. Oh, how holy and divine these symbols are, and how they provide a glimpse into the divine truth behind all of existence.

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Amongst the many revered figures of Sacred Geometry, Metatron’s Cube holds a special place in my heart. Its complexity and beauty leave me speechless, and I am filled with wonder at the divine truths that it holds.


What is Metatron’s Cube

Its very name evokes a sense of mystique and reverence, and for good reason. This two-dimensional geometric masterpiece comprises 13 circles of the same size, each connected by lines extending from their center to the center of the other 12 circles. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before, a stunning geometric variant of the Fruit of Life symbol, which itself is derived from the all-powerful Sacred Geometry symbol known as the Flower of Life.

The Flower of Life is said to contain within it all the patterns of creation, and Metatron’s Cube is a key element of this sacred symbol. It’s a deeply intricate and meaningful representation of the divine, an awe-inspiring testament to the beauty and complexity of the universe. Every line, every circle, every angle tells a story, evokes a feeling, and beckons us to explore the mysteries of creation further.

Truly, Metatron’s Cube is a symbol like no other, one that inspires wonder, sparks curiosity, and fills the heart with a sense of the infinite.

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The Meaning of the cube of metatron symbol

This sacred geometric shape, made up of 13 equal circles, takes its name from the legendary angel Metatron.

Though Metatron is not mentioned in the Christian Bible or Jewish holy books, he is a revered figure in some branches of Christianity and Judaism. According to medieval Jewish tradition, Metatron is the highest of all angels and serves as a powerful scribe, recording vital information for the divine. He is even known as Thoth the Scribe in Egyptian mythology, a testament to his enduring influence across different cultures and beliefs.

But the mysteries surrounding Metatron do not end there. Some people believe that Metatron and other angels are actually extraterrestrial beings from other planets, sent to guide and protect us in our journey through the cosmos. Can you feel the awe and wonder that this idea inspires?

Metatron’s Cube is more than just a symbol – it’s a powerful reminder of the divine mysteries that surround us every day. It’s a testament to the enduring power of angels and their connection to the universe, a symbol of the profound interconnectedness that exists between all things.

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Origin and significance

At the heart of it all lies the evolved angel, a divine guardian of perfect shapes and forms that can be found in everything around us.

And what better representation of these perfect shapes than the Metatron Cube? This sacred geometric figure is part of the larger pattern known as the «Flower of Life,» and it’s said to be derived from it. The Metatron Cube is more than just a symbol – it represents balance, harmony, and the very essence of the divine.

In this article, we’ll explore the spiritual meaning behind the cube of Metatron and what it represents. It’s a journey that will take us through the mysteries of creation and the interconnectedness of all things. So come, my friend, let us embark on this journey together and discover the profound magic of Metatron’s Cube.



The metatrons cube and the five platonic solids

Let me share with you the captivating tale of Metatron’s Cube and the five Platonic Solids! It’s said that this remarkable geometric figure contains the sacred patterns that form the very essence of all matter in the universe. These shapes, known as the Platonic Solids, are the Star Tetrahedron, Hexahedron, Octahedron, Dodecahedron, and Icosahedron.

What makes the Platonic Solids so special is that each one is a perfect solid, with equal side lengths, equal face sizes, and equal angles. And, to top it all off, each of these five shapes fits perfectly within a sphere. The ancient Greek philosopher Plato, who was inspired by the teachings of Pythagoras and his disciples, the Pythagoreans, named these figures after himself.

Platonic Solids and Metatron's Cube

Plato and Pythagoras shared a mystical approach to the soul and its place in the material world. They sought to uncover the secret patterns and laws that govern the universe, and it’s believed that the Metatron’s Cube is the key to unlocking these mysteries. It’s the prima materia – the primitive formless base of all matter, the very essence of the universe.

Can you feel the wonder and magic of it all? The Platonic Solids and Metatron’s Cube are more than just geometric shapes. They hold within them the very secrets of creation, a sacred knowledge that has inspired countless generations to seek out the mysteries of the universe.


These remarkable shapes are believed to be the very building blocks of the universe, each one equated with one of the five essential elements – fire, earth, air, water, and ether.

Fire – Star Tetrahedron

The Star Tetrahedron represents the fiery element of Fire, sharp and piercing like the flames themselves, yet imbued with harmony and balance.


Earth – Hexaedron

The Hexahedron, shaped like a solid cube, symbolizes the element of Earth, with its regular lines and firmness that root it to the ground.


Air – Octahedron

The Octahedron, smooth and airy, is associated with the element of Air.


Water – Icosahedron

while the Icosahedron, with its 20 equilateral triangles, is a perfect symbol for the flowing and ever-changing element of Water.


Ether – Dodecahedron

And last but not least, the Dodecahedron represents the unique and mystical element of ether, which combines with the other four elements to create the very essence of the universe.



Each of these Platonic Solids holds a special place in the cosmos, each one a vital piece of the grand puzzle that is creation. And when they are combined within the Metatron’s Cube, they become a symbol of universal unity and interconnectedness, a sacred reminder that everything in the universe is connected in a profound and mystical way.

Can you feel the power and mystery of it all? The five Platonic Solids and the Metatron’s Cube are more than just shapes – they represent the very essence of the universe, the building blocks of everything we see and feel. They are a reminder of the profound interconnectedness that exists between all things, a symbol of the divine mystery that surrounds us every day.



Sacred geometry  and the Metatron’s Cube explained

The Metatron cube is a 2D shape made of 13 circles that are all the same size. Lines are drawn to connect the centers of each of these circles and one main circle is at the center. Six of the thirteen circles are arranged in a hexagon shape around the main circle and the remaining six are arranged along the same lines.

This complex geometric pattern is believed to contain the five sacred shapes known as the platonic solids: Star Tetrahedron platonic solid, Hexahedron, Octahedron, Dodecahedron, and Icosahedron.


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There is a 2D resonance agreement between the Flower of Life and the Metatron’s geometric shapes.  The Flower of Life is a sacred geometry figure, and its name refers to Metatron mentioned earlier and in apocryphal texts, like the Book of the Palace and the Second Book of Enoch.


History and Texts

The texts mentioned above place Metatron in the second position to YHVN in spiritual hierarchy.  The patterns derives from the tree of life. The talmuded excluded the tree of life from human experience during the Eden exile.

Johann Andreas Eisenmenger and some other scholars to describe it as the source of humanity’s knowledge of YHVH.  As a result, one can get a better understanding of the tree of life and other sacred geometry patterns by studying it.


Archangel Sandalphon

Archangel Sandalphon is often associated with the cube. He is considered to be its guardian. According to Jewish mysticism, Sandalphon is the angelic being responsible for the creation of the universe and is also said to be the «Lesser YHVH» (the lesser version of God). He is believed to be the one who preserves the universe.

It is believed that by meditating on the Cube  and connecting with Archangel Sandalphon, one can access the knowledge and wisdom of the universe and gain a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all things. Together the cube and the Archangel Sandalphon are believed to be both powerful symbols in spiritual and religious practices. They are often used as tools for meditation, healing, and personal growth as we will explain later.


How to use and create it

The evolved cube is made of 13 circles that are connected by lines in a specific pattern. This pattern creates a 3D cube called a tesseract, and other shapes like a double tetrahedron, stellated octahedron, and an octahedron. The center of each circle is a point where the lines connect and 78 lines are created in total. Other shapes can also be found in the cube like a 2D version of the five platonic solids.

According to early Jewish texts (kabbalists scriptures), the cube creates this pattern from his soul.


Healing properties

Some believe that this spiritual symbol has healing properties.  In spiritual and energy practices, it is commonly as a tool for channeling healing energy and balancing the body’s energy centers, or chakras.

Also in yoga or meditation some think that holding a physical representation of it, one can access and harness the healing energy of the universe.

Some practitioners also use it in crystal healing, by placing crystals on the different circles to amplify their healing power.

There is not any scientific evidence that proves it to be a powerful symbol of healing.  These properties are based on popular beliefs and spiritual practices.


Christian art and ancient civilizations

The cube is a symbol that has been used in Christian traditions. It is often shown behind the angel or on his chest. Some people believe that it is a holy symbol that can protect against evil powers and demons when it is drawn around a person or object. This symbol has been respected by ancient people, wise men, and mystics for a long time.

It is believed to have been around for 13 billion years, since the beginning of the universe, and it shows the intelligence of God in creating the world. It also helps people understand the vastness of creation in all directions of space and time.


The Source of Energy

Some people believes that the cube channel energy from the source of all energy, which creates the potential for the universe to exist. This energy is very high frequency and can create physical matter, sound, and color.

This symbol represents the source of all energy and is believed to be present in everything in the universe, showing that God is the whole field of love, which is understood as the energy that keeps everything alive. It also suggests that God is in everything, including physical matter, sound, color, and energy.

Some people see the cube in meditation.



Water, Air, Fire, and Earth represent channels via which God’s light expands infinitely in the shape.  These elements represent the principal substance in subsets. Like space, energy, sub-atomic particles, atom, DNA, animals, plants, humans, planets, and the solar system.


The number 13

As hinted earlier, it has 13 spheres. With all of them held together by several lines drawn through the midpoint of the central circle to connect with every other circle in the Metatron’s Cube. The straight lines name is ‘Masculine,’ while the spheres or circles name is ‘Feminine.’

Consequently, it depicts the weaving together of male and female polarities in creating the ONENESS field of the infinite ALL.

The 13 circles stand for 13 archangels, who stand before God. Each of them keeps an element of creation.

The 13 Archangels depicted are at every level of creation. From the densest of physical matter to the highest vibrational frequency pulses at the core of God. This means they are present everywhere.

By inference, the archangels can be present in every human. And they can contribute to the human existence.

They are within the humans. Humans have the power or potential to involve them through the 13 Energy Centres present in humans towards bringing balance to any of the elements.

The 13 energy centres are:

  • First is Earth gateway.
  • 2nd is Earth Star.
  • 3rd to 9th represents the primary Chakras, which create the human physical body via elements separation.
  • 10th is Soul Star.
  • 11th is the Pleiades.
  • 12th is Sirius.
  • 13th is Core of the galaxy.

The 13 spheres in Metatron Cube also represent the 13 scared keys of creation.


Sacred Geometry cube of metatron Jewelry

Also, as a sacred geometry pattern it has many sacred geometry jewelry jewels.



The necklace is one of the most used jewels of the cube of metatron.



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