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Intuitive Geometry Method 3 Triangle

Intuitive Geometry - Drawing with overlapping circles Method 3 Triangle

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Intuitive Geometry is not just about drawing, it is about developing our intuition and learning the fundamental structure of life. Practicing the use of overlapping circles affects our consciousness on all levels, and our ability to become more powerful creators in this world. – Nathalie Strassburg

The Intuitive Geometry method is a basic set of principles for using overlapping circles to create and design anything. Below are the step by step instructions for the triangle.

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Triangle with step by step instructions

Intuitive Geometry Triangle
Triangle Fig 1

Draw any finite line. Find and mark AB. Draw two circles with the same radius on A & B. Find C. Connect AC and CB.
You have drawn an equilateral triangle.

Triangle Fig 2

Find D and mark it. Using radius AB draw a new circle with centres D. Find E & F, mark them.
Extend CA to E and CB to F. You have drawn an equilateral triangle double the size.

Triangle Fig 3

Using radius AB draw two a new circle with centre C. Find and mark H, I and G.
CONNECT CID. You have drawn an equilateral triangle.

Triangle Fig 4

Connect I &A, A &C and A & D. You have drawn a 3D Tetrahedron.

Triangle Fig 5

Connect GEB. You have created a star tetrahedron.

Triangle Fig 6

Draw a new circle Radius AB with centre E. Connect C, B, D, E, I and G to form a hexagon.
You have drawn an octahedron: eight equilateral triangles, four of which meet at each vertex.

Triangle Fig 7

Find and mark J, K, L, M, N and O. Connect JLN, Connect KOM.
You have drawn a Cuboctehedron, also known as “The vector equilibrium”, “The Singularity” etc.

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