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• 3D Control Sphere Edge and Face Investigation 1st Supplement Dewayne Broussard, December 2009Rodins Control CircleThis study was inspired by the comments of jtstatic on the David Icke forum.http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61370&page=48 This is supplement explores the exchange of the poles in order to achieve a separation of the odd and even numbers when the vertices are projected onto the inscribed octahedron.On page four of the original study the resulting figures as shown here in figures 1 and figure 2 was displayed. The orange circles in Figure 2 indicate the sum of all the edges intersecting at that point. The Control SphereFigure 23248615673Fold lineFigure 1Figure 1 displays the projected vertices on the internal octahedron. Pages two and three show the comparison between the original concept and one showing the exchanges poles. Part b of the figures show the change in flow of the values.

• Figure 4b5826582285363636855228333741Figure 3bFigure 3aOriginal downward viewFigure 4aExchanged downward view3D Control Sphere Edge and Face Investigation 1st Supplement

• By exchanging the poles of 3 and 6 the top edges are advanced / retarded by 120 degrees.Interestingly the values of the facets adjacent to the poles stay the same.The horizontal planes values become 3 or 6 from 9.Figure 5Original upward viewFigure 6Exchanged upward view3D Control Sphere Edge and Face Investigation 1st Supplement

• 3D Control Sphere Edge and Face Investigation 1st Supplement The overall property of the control sphere has not changed, however the Star tetrahedron has become polarized the {1,4,7} group and 3 on one extreme and the {2,5,8} group and 6 on the other.This arrangement brings several thoughts to mind:General appearances of a magnet.With number 1 above, the structure of Nassim Heirmans twin torus model. (not exactly sure why) Figure 8.The work of Ed Leedskalnin, Vicktor Schauberger, and Wilhem Reich which all stated the a basic particle or energy form was polarized and/or tetrahedral in form.

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