The balls symbolize the eternal.
The hexagon is the symbol of completeness and perfection.
The equilateral triangle is the ancient symbol for the Trinity.
A tetrahedron prism is made up of four equilateral triangles and becomes a 3-D Trinity symbol.
What does the base symbolize?
An arrow (tetrahedron) pointing downwards depicts "descending from heaven".
An arrow (tetrahedron) pointing upwards depicts "ascending to heaven".
"ONENESS" - a witness prism
"ONENESS" is a geometric depiction of the Biblical Revelation of the nature of God, the World
and Human beings.
Green balls/rod- God the Father
Red balls/rod- God the Son
Yellow balls/rod - God the Holy Spirit
Blue rods – Created World
Brown balls - Humanness
Black rod & spikes- Sin
White ball and rod -Righteousness
Notice there is an inner dimension to the prism! It depicts the relationship between God and human beings.
Can you find Christmas, Easter and Pentecost?