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There are objective criteria for deciding whether a geometrical object possesses
sacred geometry. Firstly, divide all its polygons (they need not be regular) into their sectors, then
turn them into tetractyses. Count the numbers of vertices, edges & triangular sectors/tetractyses.
Also, count the various types of yods — corners, hexagonal yods, yods on edges of tetractyses,
etc. If the object is an example of sacred geometry, the Godname numbers will appear amongst these
numbers — either explicitly or indirectly, e.g., by defining an odd integer, odd integer after 1
or an even integer that occurs amongst them. For example, if the number |

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