# 4.1 - Triple Vectors

In order that matter may exist (a three dimensional structure) there must be three dimensions. These directions or orientations are by convention and for ease of use: up/down, north/south and east/west. These directions or orientations are implied from The Beginning of materiality. These directions may be drawn as three lines intersecting at 90 degrees to each other. Within this three dimensional framework are inherent any number of other dimensions. In the SVP context these other dimensions are held to be ranges, subdivisions or planes of different frequencies as shown in Figure 1.3 and their consequential attributes. These are held to be nine in number and represent the nine types and/or energy or frequency ranges of Matter and Energy. Russell presented eighteen additional dimensions of matter which can be seen in 12.11 - Eighteen Attributes or Dimensions. The writer considers these to be more like "attributes" than true dimensions but we will use Russell's designation, dimension.

Figure 4.1 - Triple Cardinal Directions, Vectors or Dimensions (click to enlarge)

Meanwhile Russell presented a different perspective on directions within his context of generative forces and radiative energies. There are many very good reasons for this which will be understood when we acknowledge inward forces (universal assimilation/attraction) is towards the centers of activities - much as sailors use the Pole (North) Star as a guide to their naval activities. All aspects of a rotating body are aligned to its Neutral Center which designates, controls and dominates all attributes of the body.

Figure 4.2 - Russell Directions of Power Accumulation (to North) and Dispersion (to South)
(courtesy of University of Science and Philosophy)
(click to enlarge)