Second dimension coordinate:
Now if one unit grows in 2 directions perpendicular,
One negative & one positive
(We will have 2 units in 2 directions each)
What would be a linear representation of two dimensions?(A square of area 2)
A number to represent the numeric value of that square would be radical 2 which is the measure of the diagonal of a unit square
First dimension coordinate Second dimension coordinate
In representing the second dimension coordinate like above,
And we have an angular change of 45 degrees
This allows working with the concepts of dimension 1.1, 1.2…1.F (in hexadecimal)
And the associated angles from 0 to 45
(May the reader determine that?)
Thus radical 4 & radical 5 & radical 6 & radical 7 &….
The construction of polyhedra using identical building blocks.
from Wolfram MathWorld
Now entering the third dimension in this manner we will come up with an octahedron
David Wilcock Says:
The distribution of superclusters in the Local Supercluster neighborhood presents such a remarkable periodicity [i.e. ordered pattern] that some kind of network must fit the observed large-scale structure. A three-dimension chessboard has been suggested. The existence of this network is really a challenge for currently-suggested theoretical models… In this case, however, the identification of real octahedra is so clear and the network is so noticeably well-defined that a direct inspection is straightforward. (E. Battaner and E. Florido, 1998)
In The Fractal Octahedron Network of the Large Scale Structure, Dr. Battaner suggests the geometry of the octahedral matrix is “fractal,” meaning it has “self-similarity at all levels.” Larger octahedra are made up of smaller octahedra, which are made up of even smaller octahedra, and so on, ad infinitum. This conforms to the ancient teaching of “As above, so below,” the idea that the Creator is reflected in all things.
Also pay attention that Octahedron has been main frame of Delta-T Antenna, that has been used for teleportation, that is 3 square frame antennas perpendicular,
That should represent how time-space is shaped
Besides this octahedron 3-dimensionalization of our coordinate systems, we can create our third dimension by
adding an XX' coordinate to our square
And if we hang the cube like our initial square, again we will have 4 linear representations, exept for this time the radical 2 would be on a horizonal axis