The VirtueScience Philosophy


You are here: Index location Esoteric Wisdom location The Simplexes

The Simplexes

Of the Regular Polytopes The simplest shape in any dimension is called a simplex. The diagrams below show that the simplexes, the partitions of n and the permutations of yin and yang are intimately related. It is my belief that there is also a link with the Elemental Concepts.


Beyond dimensional space is Oneness.


The simplest regular shape in 0 dimensional space is the point.


The simplest regular shape in 1 dimensional space is the line.


The simplest regular shape in 2 dimensional space is the equilateral triangle.It adds to 14 in every direction through the center.


The simplest regular shape in 3 dimensional space is the tetrahedon.

The broken and single horizontal lines in the above diagrams symbolize yin and yang respectively. They also represent base 2 numeration thus:

The unbroken yang lines represent 1 and the broken lines represent 0. so the trigram above being composed of 3 solid lines has a value of 1+2+4=7. In common binary notation it would be written as 111.

You are here: Index location Esoteric Wisdom location The Simplexes

Coming Soon

An exclusive community: HighTSQ.com
$4.99 per month




Character Improvement The Number Database The Physical Body World Events
The Esoteric Section Tactics and Self Defence Healing Society Conceptual Science
Scientific Theories Webmaster Tips and Tricks Financial Freedom Art, Music, Poetry
Living Space/Environmental Mysteries of the World Non-Duality & Spirituality Shamanism/Magick
Hi, I am James Barton the founder of VirtueScience and Author of "Inner Medicine" which details my discoveries regarding the virtues along with practical exercises to awaken natural virtue. I have a wide range of interests but the main focus of this site now is the virtues and character. Please feel free to explore the site and comment on any pages that you are interested in/agree with or disagree with.
Privacy | Terms of Service | Contact | Established 2002. Copyright © 2020 All Rights Reserved