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The green-handed helix of one of two of the shortest paths on an invisible abstract golden torus profile, to get between diametrically opposite points on the torus periphery.

The green path is one of two equal length paths to move in a straight line on a golden torus surface at a 13:8 helical slope (knot ratio), to get the the opposite side.

The blank area is filled in by the other paths between opposite sides.

There are three paths between three pairs of copper spheres. This is the six power-connection points.

Note: when only a green-handed helix is electrically activated, then those induce a green-handed torus ring of flux, with no external poles.

The 13:8 is special, in that it is 1/13th greater than four trefoil knots, and the near miss affords a loop-order in group sequence along the abstract torus surface.

The engineering affordance of the surprising detanglement into ordered sequence alternating in a trefoil six-pattern, even though it is a eight-pattern set by 13:8 torus knots. You had to be there.

Detanglement of this knot group sorts the knot loops of all three knots into group order, alternating between helical handedness (which is current direction when electrified).

Fascinating this is, because the ordered group numbers, when hexatronically activated with current pulses, will create a rolling continual wave across the surface of the knot loops of revolving magnetic polarity.

It's cosmic poetry. The six-pattern is a trefoil decomposed by the pattern of the helical handedness. So long as there is a revolving magnetic polarity, there is a magnetic cancellation occuring at each edge of polarity reversal. I.e., the space between conductors has flux without polarity —the odd place that put Aharanov and Bohm on the map.

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