The #Tesseract AKA #MetatronsCube explained.
Think of the space with which you are familiar. Put simply; think of the ways in which you can move. There is left to right, forwards and backwards. Finally there is up and down. Three ways, three dimensions. You can pinpoint your location by working out your coordinates in those three directions. When you go to the fourth dimension (cue Twilight Zone music) you have another direction. That direction is (wait for it) at right angles to each and every one of the three original directions. If your head just exploded, don’t worry. That is quite a normal reaction. Just take it from me that the math works. OK. So first we go from a two-dimensional cube (which we call a square) to one made of three dimensions (a normal cube). Lay a square flat on whichever surface you want. A flat surface. Next, add another square above it (that is separated along the vertical direction). This is at right angles to any line you can imagine within the square. So now, just bring those corners together. The tesseract cometh. This is exactly the same idea. Bring another (but smaller) cube along and place it inside the first, so any line along the first cube is at right angles to the lines of the second. Did your head just explode again (even though that’s impossible)? This is what is known as separation along the fourth dimension. What we get is a tesseract. It is impossible to properly visualise in our three dimensional world but what we normally get to see is a small #cube inside a bigger one. Which unfolds into a 3 dimesional cross. Much like the one in this post. #TheySleepWeGrind.
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