Sometimes words are unnecessary in front of a find or discovery, the gallery that I accompany below is eloquent about the similarity that exists between the cut of the San Pedro cactus, the Merkabá (if we see it in horizontal projection and the 6-pointed star.

The hexagonal radial structure of the San Pedro cut has, from my point of view, an imposing geometric order from the circular central trunk (pink) and the 6 triangles that make up the figure radially. They impact the clarity and simplicity of the use of the hexagonal pattern (number 6). Pattern 6 is also visible on honeycombs, or on the trunk of the carrot. It is a very efficient and vigorous geometric shape.

Below I show a video with the Merkabá rotating in 360, a dynamic way of seeing the pointed star in 3D and in rotation.