# metatron cube

por | 21 octubre, 2016

# Mystery School Diary

### Day 2: How to Draw Metatron’s Cube

Drawing the Flower of Life

It’s important to know that you will need a compass to draw the Flower of Life. I’ve attempted drawing a rough sketch of it before without a compass and it was an extremely difficult task. The following steps will help you to draw the circles of the seed of life and the Flower of Life, and then we will show you how to continue on and form the Fruit of Life and Metatron’s Cube.

Draw 2 Circles

Begin by drawing a circle with your compass. Now take the metal tip of the compass and place it anywhere along the circle you just made. Now draw another circle. You should have the exact image you see above.

Next, locate the two points where the circles intersect, here shown by the green arrows. Place the metal tip of the compass on these intersections, and draw two more circles, giving you a total of 4 circles.

Move Down + Add 2 Circles

For the next step, simply repeat the process from before; locate the two new intersections and draw circles from those points. Again, look at the green arrows. You now have 6 circles.

The two circles drawn in the previous step should intersect at a single point with the original circle. Put your metal tip on that point and draw the sixth circle. Congratulations! These 7 circles comprise what is known as the Seed of Life.

Now, don’t be intimated. Once you have the Seed of Life, it’s just a matter of adding “rows” of circles outwards until you have 24 circles on the perimeter of the pattern.

Outline the Fruit of Life

Now, you’re going to want to darken the lines of these 13 circles that will give you the Fruit of Life.

Connect the Vertices of the 13 Circles with Lines

From here on, it’s all about interpretation. Metatron’s Cube is constructed by connected the center of each circle (a.k.a. the vertices) to each other with lines. It sounds tricky, I know, but it’s quite simple. Just find out where you want to start and start connecting. Below are some examples of how we started our cubes.

And there you have it! Check our next post to see our finished products.

Daniel D’artiste // 8-17-14

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