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Here is another amazing example of the power of the Godnames to determine the properties of
sacred geometrical objects: the **62** vertices of the disdyakis triacontahedron are the vertices
of ten tetrahedra, five cubes, five octahedra and one icosahedron, that is, **21** of the first
four types of Platonic solids that the ancient Greeks believed were the shapes of the particles of the four
physical elements Fire, Air, Water & Earth (see here). These numbers are the number values of the letters A (aleph), H
(heh), I (yod) and H (heh) making up the Divine Name EHYEH (Hebrew: אהיה; English: AHIH). Whilst a sceptic might
dismiss the appearance of the number **21** as a coincidence, even he would admit that it is
highly implausible that the number of each Hebrew letter making up EHYEH could appear, too, by chance as the
number of Platonic solids of a certain type — particularly when these **21** solids embody a
number, namely, 1680, that characterizes the form of a superstring! The significance of this property for
superstrings and how their dynamical and structural characteristics are encoded in sacred geometry will be
revealed in **Superstrings as sacred
geometry/Disdyakis triacontahedron**. See also here.

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