In the 1950s Dr. Derald Langham, agricultural geneticist and author of Circle Gardening, developed the Genesa Concept "as a model that can carry us from one learning experience to another, integrate the known, and probe into the unknown".  His Genesa Crystal mirrors the cellular pattern of an embryonic living organism after the third cell division.  At this eight cell stage the cellular structure of all life forms is identical.

Dr. Langham saw this eight cell cluster  as a point of full, infinite potential.  He felt that it held "the full potential for infinite love, for infinite wisdom, for infinite form, for infinite energy, for infinite power, for the Soul, for eternal time, for infinite velocity, for infinite faith.  It has all your goals, your desires, your motivations - even life itself".  He believed that Genesa Crystals "make visible the invisible, make visible the geometry of the energy fields that envelope our 3rd dimensional system and penetrate it to the core".



This crystal is a sacred geometric shape technically called a cuboctahedron    (sometimes a dymaxion, vector equilirium,  or heptaparallelahedron), an Archimedean Solid, that uniquely contains within it all of the 5 Platonic Solids, tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, icosahedron, and dodecahedron, shapes that are the building blocks for all organic life.




For 200 years the Platonic Solids were seen as static, separate from one another.  In 1946 Buckminster Fuller, visionary, architect, and designer of the geodesic dome, used his energetic-synergetic geometry to show that they are, in fact, related to each other as phases of a mutual transformational process vibrating within the shape of the cuboctahedron.  He said that " is the only referential pattern of conceptual relationships at which nature never pauses".  It is considered by some to be his most important discovery.