Phiramid Pyramid geometry is the Phi Scaling Angle that expresses the Phi Spiral in the 4th density. To visualize this, imagine spheres descending or ascending in size proportional to Phi that are tangential to each other. Then we complete the Pyramid geometry by drawing straight lines from a point at the top that is tangent to all the spheres that are descending or ascending in size. The resulting slant angle is 76.345 degrees. This is precisely the Phi Scaling Angle of a Torus that naturally expresses itself in the most harmonious way from the microcosm to macrocosm.
Dimensions: H 4.5” x base width 2.25”