Time Traveller Hypercube Pendant
The golden geometry photographed on the left is called the Time Traveller. It is a particularly beautiful three dimensional projection of a 4 dimensional cube, also known as a Hypercube or Tesseract. This particular projection of the hypercube has all the 8 cubes identically twisted, and this gives it an apparent toroidal (dohnut) shape and the illusion of simultaneous rotation in both clockwise and counter-clockwise directions. Therefore we also refer to it as the Toroidal Hypercube.
It can be worn as a pendant, or kept as a Sacred Geometry treasure to grace any altar with a non-sectarian reminder of the ultimate mysteries.Where does it come from?
The Time Traveller was designed/discovered by Narada Das circa 1979. It is now handmade by skilled craftsmen in Bali Indonesia, from gold plated silver.
|How big is it?
It measures between 25 and 35mm from opposite corners and less than 10mm through the central ‘hole’. It works especially well as a geometry pendant as it does not have spikes
Although the center has 8 interwoven struts you can see from this angle why most people at first glance think its a 5 pointed star.
The Symbology of the Toroidal Hypercube ~
- as the unit of measurement in 4 dimensional space it is a symbol of both spacetime and its transcendence
- Its compass like design makes it a symbol of the ability to navigate between realities
- As a 4 dimensional form it is also a symbol for the higher reality of archetypes beyond this phenomenal world
- Like the cube it is a symbol for stability, but at a higher level of reality
The Time Traveller Pendant is a Unique Gift –
Not just out of this world,
Out of this Universe !