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The 2-dimensional, polygonal form of the inner Tree of Life consists of twoidentical sets of seven enfolded,regular polygons. Their beautifulproperties expressed in terms of the integers 1, 2, 3 & 4 symbolised by thePythagorean tetractys are prescribed by the Godnames assigned to theten Sephiroth of the outer Tree of Life. Constructed from 47 tetractyses,the seven enfolded polygons contain 264 yods. 120 yods lie on theboundaries of the polygons, inside of which are 144 yods. The 120 yodsshaping the inner form of the Tree of Life symbolise the 120 faces of the
. The 144 internal yods symbolise the 144 faces of the
. Of the 15 Archimedeansolids, the rules of construction of polygons from tetractyses permit twopossible candidates for the former — the cuboctahedron and the truncatedcuboctahedron. Constructed from tetractyses, each is made up of 650yods. This is the number of yods other than polygonal corners that areassociated with the seven enfolded polygons when their sectors areconstructed from three tetractyses. The 48 vertices of the truncatedcuboctahedron makes it a natural candidate for the
if the‘cones of light’ have as axes lines joining thesevertices to the centre of thesolid. The
are the polyhedralexterior and interior of the inner Tree of Life — the cosmic blueprint.