A Harmony of Eight…

The Silent Eye


The point sits at the centre of the square,

where its two diagonals intersect.



From the same intersection, another square

can be drawn at right angles to the first.

Like this, we create eight equidistant points.



By taking the original squares and extending all

eight sides, a new set of intersections is generated.



The new Octagon, bigger than the first,

 is perfectly derived from its archetype.




Extending the sides of the Octagon generates another pair of larger squares.

The pattern is infinitely extendable around the point of origin with

perfect symmetry in every direction…


A point indicates a location in space which is present but has no dimension…




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