What are the Main Rules for these Zero Energy Formed Geometric “Solids”?

Both geometric forms are also capable of expanding and contracting from their centers.

This is referred to as a change in their frequency.

When they change frequency, they form different types of geometric solids.

These solids are not just Platonics, but can be other forms as well, such as the Archimedean solids – and they are all interrelated by the “parent” tetrahedron (pyramid) and octahedron (double pyramid) formations.








When we divide each line into two pieces, this is called a “second-frequency” division, whereas dividing each line into three pieces would be called a “third-frequency” division. Starting with the tetrahedron, Buckminster Fuller demonstrated that a total of ten different frequencies (geometric shapes) could be created by this process of frequency expansion or contraction – and this is a central aspect of Rod Johnson’s findings.