6.9 - Crystalline Space

We could consider Space as divided into adjacent virtual cubes surrounding Keely's atomolini (Russell's alphanon) or Centers of Focalization (intense Etheric concentration or assimilation). Cube spaces formed in this way will naturally aggregate into larger aggregate or compound cubes composed of nine (3 X 3) of the smaller cubes due to functions of polarity / depolarity and dynamics of centers. Compound Cube structures of eight cubes are also possible. Cubicity is the basis of crystals and crystallization. Cubes exist by virtue of the dynamical forces creating it and not as an entity of and unto itself.

An Introductory Matrix Structure

Figure 6.13 - An Introductory Matrix Structure (click to enlarge)

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