- Analysis of a new polyhedron, the truncated icosahedron, or Bucky Ball (soccer ball).
- Addition of a section on "Phi math," used extensively throughout the book. Phi has amazing properties of reduction and combination. Simplification of several ``Phi math'' equations.
- Re-labeling of several figures in the first two chapters for clarity.
- Simplification of two sections of the Rhombic Dodecahedron chapter for greater clarity.
- Simplification of a section in the Decagon appendix for greater clarity.
- Correction of several typos in the First Edition.
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This eBook contains a meticulous geometric investigation of the 5 Platonic Solids and 6 other important polyhedra, as well as reference charts for each solid.

Poly (many) hedron (face) means "many faces." Polyhedra are 3 dimensional figures with 4 or more faces, or sides.

Nature is not only beautiful, but highly intelligent. As you explore the polyhedra in this book, this will become apparent over and over again.

The eBook contains a geometric explanation of the Phi Ratio and Fibonacci series, and a detailed analysis of the pentagon, which forms the basis for many of these solids. The pentagon is composed entirely of Phi relationships, and is integral to a proper understanding of sacred geometry.

Prerequisites: Requires a knowledge of simple algebra and elementary trigonometry. No brainiac math skills required! Only the ability to appreciate nature's own logic.

The Second Edition contains an additional polyhedron, the Truncated Icosahedron, or Soccer Ball, as well as several sections that have been rewritten to provide easier reading.

##### The Tetrahedron

##### The Octahedron

##### The Cube

##### The Icosahedron

##### The Dodecahedron

##### The Cube Octahedron

##### The Rhombic Dodecahedron

##### The Rhombic Triacontahedron

##### The Icosa Dodecahedron

##### The Star Tetrahedron

##### The Truncated Icosahedron (soccer ball)

We also thoroughly investigate the pentagon, which is nature’s key to unlocking the secrets of the Platonic Solids, and delve into the Phi Ratio, which turns up over and over again in these figures.

The Rhombic Triacontahedron, for example, is nature's way of nesting the five Platonic Solids elegantly within one structure. The analysis of this polyhedron alone is worth the price of the book!

The book also contains an introduction to a new kind of math, which I call Phi math. Phi is the representation of perfect harmony. Math based on Phi has fascinating properties.