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Earth, and its rotation, are products of the Universe's underlying Cubic geometry. It is therefore logical that we should represent them in Cubic terms. We will do so with the Cube representation explained below.
Let's first consider the static duality of the North and South poles. Being positioned on Earth's rotational axis, where they experience zero rotational movement, they are static. We represent them thus:
Two rotational planes are present, each one intersecting with a pole. (What is a rotational plane?—it's a plane perpendicular to Earth's axis; and as the name suggests, a plane on which rotation occurs.)
Refer we to these two planes as the "Top" and "Bottom", interchangeably. With them, we have encompassed the extremes and the totality of the North-South vertical duality.
(For further explanation of static opposites, see article Principle of Opposites.)
Now that we've covered the static duality, let's analyse Earth's dynamic duality. This dynamic duality is created by Earth's rotation.
The dynamic duality is oriented upon the rotational plane. Its extremes are upon the equator:
The equator exists on a plane; that is, the second level of existence. We therefore represent this dynamic duality using a 4-corner-quadrant division.
As explained in article 4 is the Supreme Number of the Universe, a 4-corner-quadrant division must also encompass a static duality. So, in the case of Earth, we see that the static duality of Day and Night exists on the rotational plane. On account thereof, we align the 4-corner-quadrant division with the static duality of day and night.
Now, we initially confine this "time square" to the equator, whereon it represents Earth's rotational extremes. But subsequently, we must extend it from pole to pole, so that we may cover the entire vertical range in which that dynamic duality exists. We therefore project the "time square" between the "top" and "bottom":
And trimming the rotational planes, we find that the structure created is a...
...Cube. Yes, that's right. Earth is Cubic (moreso, even, than it is an orb).
(Note that the Earth, and the Cube, are dilated outwards from the rotational axis. For illustrative purposes, I have exaggerated this rotational dilation. In reality, Earth's radius at the poles is a few kilometres less than at the equator.)
To function as a perfect bounding body, the Cube must be dilated by the same magnitude as Earth. But we refer to it as a Cube, and not as a square prism, because when the Earth's rotation slows down to zero, the dilation also approaches zero...
...and the square prism, correspondingly, approaches a perfect Cube.
The initial equator-square had 4 corners—that's 4 vertices. When we projected it between the North and South poles, those 4 vertices became vertical edges. What they became were edges that were parallel to the rotational axis.
It's as in a Cube-shaped room. Between the ceiling and floor, there are 4 walls and 4 corners. The corners are the vertical edges where the walls intersect.
People often forget this, so I'll take the opportunity to make it clear: the Cube's 4 corners are its 4 vertical edges. They are the ones parallel to the rotational axis.
And this Cube representation applies not only to Earth, but also to other gravitational bodies, such as planets, stars, the solar system, and galaxies. They all experience a 4-corner rotation—a rotation positioned between the static opposites of the poles North and South.
This established, proof proceeds:
To represent rotation, we take, from CASE 5, a static linear duality, and from CASE 9, a 4-corner-quadrant division. The axis of rotation is a line, and is thus represented with the linear duality. But the flat plane of rotation, however, conforms to the 4-corner-quadrant division. The axis, perpendicular to the plane of rotation, transcends the flat second level of existence, and in doing so takes the next step beyond. To the third level of existence then pertains rotation; rotation of any body with volume.
From CASE 11, the static duality, parallel to the rotational axis, and limited to the extremes of the North and South poles, is correspondingly limited to the area located between two rotational planes, each pole intersecting with one of the planes. (We appellate these planes the "Top" and "Bottom", interchangeably.) The 4-corner square around the equator is projected between the poles, thus displaying that the cyclicality exists at all latitudes. The result is a dilated Cube that surrounds some sort of body, gravitational or otherwise: for instance, in the case of Earth, the cube would intersect at the poles, and at four points on the equator. Now when the body's rotation slows to zero, its rotational dilation also approaches zero, and the dilated Cube correspondingly approaches one that is perfect and undilated.
There is no entity on Earth, for all of creation is Cubic - with a top and bottom with front and back and 2 sides.
Solar system, Earth sphere and human body all have a front, back and 2 sides which rotate between the 2 top and bottom poles - ceiling and floor parameters.
— Gene Ray, timecube.com