Frank is pleased to announce the completion of a film documenting the work of Frank Chester and his geometric discoveries that began in the year 2000 with the 7-sided form he named the Chestahedron.
NFT 1st Anniversary Celebration Event
Lecture, “The Metamorphosis of Form and The Human Heart” by Frank Chester, conversation and potluck lunch followed by demonstrations of project work and research.
Frank Chester was invited to contribute to the TEDxVailWomen event taking place in Edwards, CO 81632, CO, on December 5th, 2013.
Foundation Stone Celebration – Sept 20, 2013
100 Year Celebration of the Laying of the First Goetheanum Foundation Stone with three lectures, refreshments, cake, and the unveiling of a new capstone for the future NFT center!
Pyramids Lecture – Aug 17, 2013
The Pyramid lecture introduces a new meditation chamber based on the human heart. Frank explains how its use can aid an individual’s possible personal development of the still point and the fifth chamber of the human heart.
Stellating the Chestahedron – Potluck, Presentation and Workshop
An in-depth presentation by Frank of a sequence first introduced at the Center on April 17th, geometry workshop: Drawing the Chestahedron and creating a 3D model to take home for those interested, review of all project work in progress since the Center opened March 30th.
March 23rd: Chico, CA
Join Frank on a highly visual journey through his discoveries that marry the power of art, creativity, and intuition. This is a unique opportunity for students, educators, artists, doctors, scientists, and seekers to engage with the newest frontiers of sacred geometric research and its application.
San Carlos Research Laboratory
For years Frank has been working alone from his small apartment in San Francisco, but the time has come to take the work forward.
Seattle Lecture – Sept. 30, 2012
Frank’s discovery of the Chestahedron, a volume with seven faces of equal surface area, suggests new ways of looking at the underlying dynamic geometry of the human heart’s form and function, complementary to current cardiac research.
Portland Branch Lectures – Sept. 29, 2012
Frank presents his original research outlining the way that the heart is not merely a pump, but an organ that integrates a dual vortexial flow of the blood.