Free Live Broadcast: The Platonic Solids – IN2INFINITY

august, 2020

09aug3:30 PM4:00 PMVirtual EventFree Live Broadcast: The Platonic Solids3:30 PM - 4:00 PM UK(UTC+01) Event has started, but you can still participate!


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The Platonic Solids
📌 Geometry:

The Octahedron, Tetrahedron and Cube

In this online broadcast, you will learn about the foundation of 3D space. This will help you gain an understanding of the type of space we live in and how it links to the idea of the 5 Elements.

Would you like to…

▶ understand regular space?
▶ draw the simple Platonic Solids?
▶ explore the idea of the 5 Elements?

If we want to understand 3D space, then the 5 Platonic Solids are a must. The Greek Philosopher Plato studied them, from whom they received their name, and many other great minds such as Leonardo DaVinci and Johannes Kepler. What is it about these shapes and why are there only 5? In this session we explore the properties of each shape and where they appear in nature. We will also see how the phenomenon of the 5 elements and other limitations of 5 are seen from a geometric perspective.

📌 Free Live Broadcast:

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★★★ Timings ★★★
🗣 Date?

Sunday, 9th of August 2020

🗣 What time?

Please check the timezone for your country. Here is a selected few:

New York (US): 10:30am (UTC-04)
London (UK): 3:30pm (UTC+01)
Frankfurt (Germany): 4:30pm (UTC+02)
Mumbai (India): 8pm (UTC+05:30)
Manila (Philippines): 10:30pm (UTC+08)

If you miss it, we will upload the recording on our youtube channel.

★★★ The Facilitator ★★★

Heike Bielek (Germany) studied Biotechnology with a Ph.D. in Biology. When she started traveling in 2014, she landed in India and completely fell in love with the culture. Based on her spiritual experiences and a scientific mindset, she co-founded In2Infinity to make universal knowledge accessible through creative learning. By bringing the philosophies of ancient cultures into the context of modern science, their methods have shown to improve ways of thinking and gain a broader perspective of the world.

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(Sunday) 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM UK(UTC+01)

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