Walter Huszczo

Canadian Society of Dowsers

Dowser of the Year 2004

Walter’s Platonic Solids

This page is dedicated to Walter Huszczo, a friend and benefactor of CSD for many years. Walter passed away on December 6th, 2003 but he will never pass from the hearts and minds of the dowsers who loved and greatly respected him. He generously shared his knowledge, healing skills, and dowsing abilities with all who showed an interest.

Using inner knowledge and his welding skills, Walter discovered a way to build a large three-dimensional Flower of Life that opened to allow one to enter and stand upright. Contained within the Flower of Life design are the five Platonic Solids – unique, solid shapes whose faces have sides of equal length, equal intersecting angles, and whose vertices all touch the inside of a sphere. Walter also constructed the Platonic Solids, which he graciously transported to the 2001, 2002 and 2003 CSD Conventions. Convention attendees were able to enter these structures and “feel” or dowse the different energies each produced. Many dowsed their auras before and after spending time in the structures, and even the auras of the structures.

Photos of Walter’s Flower of Life structure and four of Platonic Solids are reproduced below.

Walter, you are truly missed!

Flower of Life

The Flower of Life is a geometric pattern inscribed on many of the world’s great Pyramids, Temples and Cathedrals dating back over 6000 years.

From this three dimensional shape, all other sacred patterns may be found, including the Tree of Life, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Pentacle and Plato’s 5 Platonic Solids. Pythagoras described the Flower-born solids as elements of creation, representing fire, earth, air, water and ether, the Prana or Life Force energy.

The hexahedron is bounded by six squares.

 

DODECAHEDRON The dodecahedron is bounded by twelve equilateral pentagons.

 

OCTAHEDRON The octahedron is bounded by eight equilateral triangles. It rotates freely when held by two opposite vertices.

 

ICOSAHEDRON The icosahedron is bounded by twenty equilateral triangles.

 

Visit these sites to learn more about the Platonic Solids and the Flower of Life: