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Instead of 12, imagine 6 spinning cones. Also, imagine them not as a circle representation like the above, but spherical.
Each cone is half of a sphere.
One cone spins inward, hits the center convergent point, and spins back outward keeping the same direction of rotation. The spins start and stop because of the self generated magnetic field that are shaped in the geometrical sphere shape.
All of the cones' adjacent cones spin as if it is a gear system.
A cone, and it's opposing cone create a single sphere. There are 3 spheres (in the above image, there are 6 spheres, though distorted and squashed). The areas 'between' the cones, where the 'gear points' would touch, are the field lines creating from the synergy-zing interaction.
3 spheres create one 'whole' gyroscopic sphere: The 4th Sphere.
4 gyroscopic 4th Spheres in closest proximity to each other creates the first Platonic Solid, the Tetrahedron through its field lines creating from the synergy-zing interaction
. 4 More create the ninth, or two tetrahedrons, the Cube.
Keep complexifying and we build the Table of Elements.