Metatron's cube is a spacetime geometric structure of the cosmos (paradise or heaven) concealed in places where humans practice divination and in signs and symbols associated with the knowledge of magic, fortune telling, sorcery, the occult, witchcraft, astrology, and the practice of idolatry.
Metatron's Cube is the Tree of Life whose fruit is the Fruit of Life. The fruit is the product of overlapping circle grid called the Flower of Life. Metatron's Cube is also digital information in an ebook called the Book of Life.
Metatron's Cube is inscribed in the human hand and concealed by the practice of palmistry. It is hidden in Sacred geometric shapes and patterns in places of worship or objects of worship.
Usually, Metatron's Cube is visualised as a two-dimensional geometric shape comprised of thirteen circles. Six circles are the six vertices of an external hexagon, six circles are the six vertices of an internal hexagon, and the thirteenth circle is the common center of the two hexagons.
In reality, Metatron's Cube is a tesseract - a cube in a cube. The thirteen circles are the thirteen visible vertices of a tesseract. The six circles of the external hexagon are the visible six vertices of the external cube, the six circles of the internal hexagon are the visible six vertices of the internal cube, and the thirteenth circle is a vertex of the external cube superimposed on a vertex of the internal cube.
The thirteenth circle could be any vertex on the tesseract, which means that there is no circle or sphere central to Metatron's Cube.
No single individual or thing sits as King or ruler of the world or the Earth or the universe.
A cube is equal to the five digits of a human hand, and the tesseract is equal to the ten digits of the left and right hands, which means that the hands of every human being is a Metatron's Cube. And all of humanity is united by Metatron's Cube. Small wonder the cube is called a symbol of universal connection and unity.
Metatron's Cube is the secret key into the orderly geometric shapes and patterns called the Cosmos. Pythagoras and Plato called this secret key Prima Materia (the basic of all matter).
The Pythagoreans searched for this secret key which they believed would reveal the secret patterns and laws governing the universe. They didn't know that the Prima Materia is the Holy City described in Revelation 21. In 2D, it is a perfect square; in 3D, it is a cube; in 4D, it is a tesseract. And the cosmos is the Tree of Life described in Revelation 22. The Fruit of the Tree of Life is the Fruit of Life.
The Fruits are the twenty four edges of the Metatron's Cube (the tesseract). Twelve edges represent the unripe fruits and twelve edges represent the ripe fruits. The unripe fruit is the night and the ripe fruit is the day. The twelve unripe fruits are the twelve hours of the night (sunset to sunrise) and the twelve ripe fruits are the twelve hours of the day (sunrise to sunset).
The Metatron's Cube is the clock. Six hours on the clock is equal to the external hexagon, the internal hexagon is equal to the remaining six hours, and the center of the clock where the three hands of time meet is the thirteenth circle. The twelve hours (the twelve circles) constitute time and the center of the clock is space, such that the clock is spacetime.
In Revelation 21, the center of the clock is the light. The three hands of time are X-coordinate, Y-coordinate, and Z-coordinate of three-dimensional space.
The three coordinates are the three dimensions of the physical universe comprised of all matter. In other words, the three hands of time are equal to the physical universe and the circumference of the clock is the virtual world. The point where the three hands meet and the circumference of the clock constitute the Monad.
The virtual world (heaven) is a dodecahedron whose twelve sides are the twelve units of the clock.
Dodecahedron is one of five geometric shapes called the Platonic Solids. The other four solids are a tetrahedron, a hexahedron, an octahedron, and an icosahedron.
It is believed that Metatron's Cube is the sum of the five Platonic Solids, corresponding to the five elements: fire, Earth, air, water and aether.