Illustration from Johannes Kepler’s 1619 book Harmonice Mundi graphically showing the Platonic associations of the regular solids with the classical elements: The tetrahedron corresponds to fire, the octahedron to air, the cube to earth, the icosahedron to water, and the dodecahedron to the cosmos or ether.

Illustration from Johannes Kepler’s 1619 book Harmonice Mundi graphically showing the Platonic associations of the regular solids with the classical elements: The tetrahedron corresponds to fire, the octahedron to air, the cube to earth, the icosahedron to water, and the dodecahedron to the cosmos or ether.


  1. br0sam reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  2. evnin reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  3. ospiscismeridiani reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  4. theconwiththephone reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  5. 5th-dimensional-darkwizard reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  6. sunset--rider reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  7. fuckthatclass reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  8. silverin87 reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  9. justin-senpai reblogged this from lostpeotry
  10. cosmicwrath reblogged this from lostpeotry
  11. lostpeotry reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  12. rocketdox reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  13. robtheraptor reblogged this from perpetual-loop
  14. perpetual-loop posted this