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**#27 Correspondence between the inner Tree of Life,
the decagon, the five Platonic solids & the disdyakis triacontahedron**

**The inner Tree of Life**The number of yods in an n-gon with Type A triangles
as its n sectors =

**Decagon**A 2nd-order tetractys (see here) has 85 yods. Thirteen yods line each side. When an n-gon is divided
into its n sectors and the latter turned into 2nd-order tetractyses, there are (85−13=

**Five Platonic solids**Imagine that the

**Disdyakis triacontahedron**The disdyakis triacontahedron is the outer form of
the Polyhedral Tree of Life (see here). Sixty vertices, 180 edges and 120 triangular faces surround an
axis (indicated in the diagram opposite by a vertical arrow) that passes through any two diametrically opposite
vertices. Suppose that each face is divided into its three sectors, i.e., it is considered as a Type A triangle.
This creates 120 new corners of sectors and (3×120=360=

The number 720 is a structural parameter of these sacred geometries. Notice that, as 720 = 144×5
= 12^{2}×5, the average number of hexagonal yods in the faces of the five Platonic solids = 12^{2},
where 12 is the number of corners of the dodecagon, the last regular polygon in the inner Tree of Life and the
*tenth* type of polygon, counting from the simplest one — the triangle. This is how the Decad (10)
determines the average number of hexagonal yods in the faces of the Platonic solids. The average number of
hexagonal yods in half a Platonic solid = 144/2 = **72**, which is the **36**th even
integer, where **36** is the number value of ELOHA, the Godname of Geburah, the
*sixth* Sephirah of Construction, counting from Malkuth. This Godname also prescribes the 360
(=**36**×10) corners & sides in each half of the disdyakis triacontahedron that surround an axis.
Notice that **36** = 6^{2} and 720 = 1×2×3×4×5×6.

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