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The ancient tradition of Sacred Geometry is still alive and well in the person of Frank Chester. He has discovered a new geometric form that unites the five Platonic solids and provides some startling indications about the form and function of the human heart. This new form, called the Chestahedron, was discovered in 2000, and is a seven-sided polyhedron with surfaces of equal area. Frank has been exploring the form and its significance for over a decade, His work has potential implications across a number of areas, from physiology to architecture, sculpture, geology, and beyond.
Inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner, Frank sees a deep connection between form and spirit. This book gives a brief, highly visual overview of some of Frank’s most important discoveries.
Nicanor Perlas, Recipient 2003 Right Livelihood Award (also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize), author of the international best selling book, Shaping Globalization: Civil Society, Cultural Power, and Threefolding, and Co-Founder, Movement of Imaginals for Sustainable Societies thru Initiatives Organizing and Networking (MISSION)
Frank Chester is truly one of those rare geniuses whose work will surely transform the contours of science, art, and spirituality in the decades and centuries to come. I am excited to see Frank’s work finally entering into the consciousness of the world.
Patricia Kaminski, Executive Director, The Flower Essence Society, author of Flower Essence Repertory, and Flowers That Heal
When we study the biography of great individuals who have contributed something rare and unique to human culture, we might ask ourselves: Would I have recognized or supported such a person before the rest of the world did, had I been given the opportunity?
Mr. Chester is such a pioneer. His dedication to principles of higher mathematics and geometry through the insights of spiritual science is outstanding. In a model society, someone of the caliber of Mr. Chester would be supported by a major university or similar social structure. At this time, however, only those of us who have some knowledge of spiritual science and its potential to transform pedagogical, medical, mathematical and technological fields can assume the responsibility to insure that the research of Mr. Chester continues.
We have followed and supported Mr. Chester’s work for over a decade. Mr. Chester is a remarkably talented person, integrating spiritual insights with highly skilled workmanship.