Frank Chester - Lecture: Seattle, September 2012





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Published on Dec 14, 2012

Frank Chester presents his original geometric research on the heart, based on the unique seven-sided form he discovered in 2000. This event took place in Seattle on September 30th, 2012, and was sponsored by the Seattle Branch of the Anthroposophical Society and the Center for Anthroposophical Endeavors.

In this video, in addition to giving a basic overview of his work and the seven-sided form he discovered (the Chestahedron), Frank presents: a new way of thinking about the form as a meeting of an opening tetrahedron from below and a closing five-pointed star from above, the relationship of his work to Michaelmas, the possibility of a 5th chamber to the heart, and much more.

Videography and Editing by James Heath


If you value Frank's work and insights, please consider donating to his research or purchasing one of his prints, sculptures, or jewelry pieces at his website:


You may also be interested in a highly visual book published about his work:


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