At the center of it all, the hexagon and its structure.
Exhibiting perfect equilibrium within 3 space.

The foundation of the universal forces and interactions.
The manifestation of the universal energies.



  • Saturn
    Hexagon on Saturn   Captured by both the Voyager and Cassini space crafts, an enormous 25,000 km atmospheric feature has been detailed on the north pole of Saturn.   The hexagon is similar to Earth’s polar vortex, which has winds blowing in a circular pattern around the polar region.  On Saturn, the vortex has a ...
  • Basalt lava flow
    Basalt lava flow
    Natural basalt rock formations are a hexagon.     These glacial striations are carved in the top of a columnar-jointed basalt lava flow. The lava flow was erupted between 200,000 and 100,000 years ago in the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River valley. The lava flow was then eroded during subsequent glacial periods, as ...
  • Honeycomb
    Sweet Hexagon.   Even the honey bees understand the importance of the hexagon. The most efficient and robust use of space to build a hive with.   A hexagonal structure uses the least material to create a lattice of cells within a given volume.   The closed ends of the honeycomb cells are also an ...
  • Snowcrystals
    The saying goes, no two snow flakes are alike. Still their foundation is always the hexagon. Symmetry A non-aggregated snowflake often exhibits six-fold “radial” symmetry.  The initial symmetry occurs because the crystalline structure of ice is six-fold. The six “arms” of the snowflake then grow independently, and each side of each arm grows independently. Most ...
  • Centrifugal force lines
    Centrifugal force lines
    Scientists have only in recent history discovered the force lines that exist all around us.   A simple experiment was conducted whereby a bucket of water with a plate was spun up to high speed. The centrifugal force causing the water to push towards the outer walls.   The surprise was the shape that formed ...
  • The hexagon
    The hexagon
    In geometry, a hexagon (from Greek ἕξ hex, ‘six’) is a polygon with six edges and six vertices. A regular hexagon has Schläfli symbol {6}. The total of the internal angles of any hexagon is 720 degrees.   regular hexagons fit together without any gaps to tile the plane (three hexagons meeting at every vertex), and ...