Metatron’s Cube includes all 5 Platonic Solids hidden inside, symbolizing the underlying geometric patterns found throughout our universe. Metatron’s Cube starts with the Fruit of Life shape, and connects all 13 circles with straight lines.

While most people are familiar with the archangel Michael or Gabriel, perhaps one of the most potent of these angels is Metatron. While his name might sound like something from a comic book, Metatron is a figure in the Old Testament. Metatron is an angel who guards the tree of life. Additionally, Metatron is thought to have walked the earth as the prophet Enoch before he was raised to the status of a divine being after he arose to heaven. It is because of this status that Metatron is often thought of as being at the top of the Tree of Life diagram in the Kabbalah.

Perhaps the most famous symbol associated with him, though, is the one that bears his name; Metatron's Cube. And, for those interested in sacred geometry, it is a symbol that acts as a metaphor for the known universe, and how everything no matter how seemingly small or insignificant is actually connected.

Metatron’s Cube is a symbol that's meant to represent the journey of energy throughout the universe, and of balance within the universe. It is made up of all the Platonic Solids, but it also has thirteen circles. All of the circles are connected by straight lines, as well, which represents the feminine and masculine as intimately tied together, showing that everything in the universe is attached to everything else. The Cube is also a representation of how energy flows throughout the universe.