For all you T fans out there, I found this site relating Lee Krasnow's Merkaba ( or 5 intersecting tetrahedrons) to the Triacontahedron using Geomagnets. I'm so excited!!
Made of 90 rods , 3 rods x 6 to a tetrahedron, 5 colours makes the Merkaba.
Then add 12 x 5 rods with metal ball in middle, makes the T, total balls 20 + 12
So 150 rods and 32 balls weights 1 kg, very stable and pretty. But wait, theres more. The Merkaba can be enclosed by a cube, Regular dodecahedron, Icosahedron and now a Triacontahedron
In layman terms, thou not a true stellation, by adding a 5 sided pyramid ( 12 of them) to the 5 star pattern of the M,( gentle elevation) which makes the regular Dodecahedron, the T is born
And, as you join he short diagonals of the T, you get the Icosahedron, joining the long diagonals gives the dodecahedron. And both the I's and the D's are duals of each other ( draw lines of its centre faces I=d, d=I )
Long and the short, I and D are cousins, T is related by marriage, ie thou they look different these facinating polygons have common DNAs
Lastly, if you have made a Merkaba, like the split Ts , it has a mirror version
And as for the Rhombic Dodecahedron,,,,well,thats another long winded story,,,,
Have I lost you, nevermind, enjoy the pics, I'll go back to my slumber,,,,zzzzzzz