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Subject 3 Spheres, 6 Sides, 9 Points
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Original Message Electricity and magnetism cannot exist without the other.
If you were to imagine just one aether unit (you can think of it as one unit or cloud of electricity/magnetism/movement), all you would really see is a spherical area of vibration.

Before that 'vibration' came along, the E/M would be static, or dormant. It would show no properties of even existing. Once the vibration (movement) comes along electricity has a moving charge. That moving charge creates a magnetic field. The magnetic field controls the movement of the little tiny spark of charge. The magnetic field shapes the path that the charge is going to take. The charge and magnetic field move relative to each other. Though they are two different 'forces' they cannot exist without each other.

The magnetism directs the charge to move in a spiral. There is a reason for this. The charge/field needs to invert and spin back into itself (the inner area of the torus) and revert back into the surrounding field (the spherical shell of the torus). This form allows it to become self-perpetuating, therefor stable, and can be built upon.

So, now we have the torus function/structure. It is merely an inverting magnetic field being energized by electricity caused from 'vibration'.

Put this in motion. Including making sure to laterally spinning and inverting the nested toruses.

:nestedtorus:

:spiralblue:

This helps see a little more of the dimensionality of it. But, we are speaking of 3 spheres, and the above pic is representing only 1 nested within another.

This is the sequence of creation of the torus represented 2 dimensionally. The squiggly lines represent spinning sides of the sphere, spiraling inwards, and spiraling outwards. So, when you see the initial squiggly line forming, it is actually a spiral of vibrating energy (electric charge) that is being contained within a self generated spherical shaped magnetic field.

:chargesequence:

So, take one of these and imagine two others interacting with it, at the same time, all of them laterally spinning towards the center, and on the other side spinning outwards from the center, the center being where the z-pinch is occurring.

This is close, though again it is only showing one sphere. This is called a Tesseract with Sphere and is not showing any z-pinch:

:tesseractsphere:

We can now begin complexifying the torus by adding more toruses. These toruses are scalable as they just exist as a magnetic field of spiraling/inverting/reverting energy. Since they are scalable, they can exist inside another, or another can exist inside it. But, in order for this 'nesting' to occur, it needs a structure that can be infinite. So, when a torus comes upon another torus, they 'fall' into each other. (In reality, all this takes place simultaneously).

When three toruses are nested and manifested into a stable form, synergistic lines of interaction are created (in the form of the tesseract which is what is needed as the tesseract can be infinite). These lines give rise to hard line shapes instead of just spherical geometry and begin to form the first Platonic Solid structures.

We have an infinite structure that is like a gyrating mixer of different spin states, consisting of 3 toruses that are 'pinched' together at the very center. This 'pinch' occurs from the direction of the magnetic field as it inverts on itself. Take a perfectly round balloon and squeeze it in the middle. When you do this it creates two cones, one on either side of where you are squeezing (pinching) it.

Now, imagine the balloon is the initial torus with laterally spinning energy. As you are holding this pinched balloon, it is spinning, say, clockwise. On one side of the balloon, the clockwise spin heads toward the center. Continue the spin, through the center, and now it is heading out from the center.

Immediately below is just the tesseract. If you notice, it is a cube within a cube, both connected through the the 'lines' that make up the cube form. Imagine this going infinitely both ways; smaller and smaller cubes inside each one, instead of just one inside one, and larger and larger cubes containing all the ones smaller.

:cubevortex:

There would be three spheres, all formed within the cube form. We have 6 sides, but only 3 spheres. One side of sphere spinning inwards toward the center on on of the 'sides' and on it's opposite side, spinning outwards. Here is the form, but imagine it as a sphere instead of just the two cones of spiraling motion.

:gearspin:

:cubevortexrussel:

Got it?

Now, put three of these pinched balloons together. You are going to have 6 spinning 'sides', 3 of them spinning in, and 3 spinning out from center.

One spiraling 'side' of a sphere would interact with its adjacent spiraling sphere much like gears, where one is spinning in counterclockwise and the adjacent one is spinning out clockwise, the entire structure forming a single gyrating sphere like manifestation. That is the single sphere that you are seeing on the inside of the picture I supplied. Except, that single sphere is the interstice point of all the three spinning spheres. If you zoomed in on that spherical interstice point, it would look just like the one you zoomed in from...three spheres spinning in and out.

Jumping back to the box. Each of its 6 sides is actually one side of opposing spinning sphere and the lines that make it look 'cube-like' are the synergistic lines of interacting spins.

There are 8 points within the cube, with the 9th point being the convergence of all opposed spins lying at the very center of the cube (the next lower manifestation of this infinite construct). This 9th point is also the whole of this construct, as it is a fractal resonation throughout, similar to the initial picture of toruses nested within toruses. It is the image above of the Terreract Cube going infinitely in both 'directions' with the spinning spheres included.

The lines you see in Tesseract pic would be the interaction lines, not really there, except for the adjacent spheres spinning like gears, some lines going in, some lines going out.

To see this in reality, look at Saturn's Hexagon, and you can see how straight lines of geometry are creating through spheres interacting with SPIN.

Relationship is the foundation of reality. Synergy is the relationship in the interacting relationship with each other.

If you flattened it out, it would appear to be a cross. 4 boxes going vertical, and two boxes going out horizontal from the second box down of the vertical boxes.

This is the box cross that Apollo always posts. Which can be seen here.

Within each box of the cube (side) is one side of an inward or outward laterally spinning torus.

:cubecrossflatten:

This is the same shape that looks like the pattern on the back of the cobra's head.

Then, we begin complexifying it by joining all others into the mix, and we begin to see the flower of life form. What is missing, is the 'cube-like' are the synergistic lines of interacting spins, though you can see some geometric shapes in the picture below, even though it is all created from spherical geometry.

That is the 'vision' of the form. It would look like one sphere, but strangely it has 6 spinning areas, and where the spins are hitting adjacent spins, there is some kind of 'line' being created from the interaction.

We've got a gyrating sphere of energy and magnetism, stable and self-perpetuating, created out of aether (dormant E/M), created out of ITSELF! but put in motion to manifest into visible material reality.

Take this gyrating sphere and add other sphere's the same size. If they were smaller, perhaps they would nest into the interior of the 'pinch' area. If you zoomed into the pinched area, you would see the same exact structure/form as the initial. The initial is nested inside a larger one, etc. Back to the same size spheres. How many spheres can you put in closest relation to our single original gyrating sphere? 3, for a total of 4 spheres. Stability again! If you put just one next to it, you can see the sphere's just spinning around each other willy-nilly. Same with 2 spheres. But with a total of 4 spheres, the spheres don't move around each other all willy-nilly! There is organization...there is stability. There is a tetrahedron. Our first Platonic Solid.

:fourspheres:

This is what I call: complexification.

In order to replicate the stability and organization apparent in the 4 spheres, how many more spheres would we need? 8. This further step up in complexity is our cube.

Spiral out, keep going.

A real image of the molecule.

:Portrait of a Mo:

First real image of an atom.

:firstatom:

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