Stephen M PhillipsMar 24, 20171 min readTree of life superstring theory part 93Updated: Nov 28, 2020 As discussed in #12, associated with each set of the first six enfolded polygons are 168 yods other than their 26 corners. Both sets of polygons have 336 yods other than their 50 corners, each set having 84 blue yods in the square & decagon and 84 red yods in the triangle, pentagon, hexagon & octagon. This is how the Godnames YAHWEH with number value 26 and ELOHIM with number value 50 prescribe this holistic, geometrical object (see p. 4 of Article 4 for how all the Godnames prescribe it). The 1680 circular turns of a helical whorl of the UPA/subquark state of the E8×E8 heterotic superstring wind five times around its axis of spin. There are therefore 336 turns in one revolution of a whorl and 168 turns in a half-revolution. Each set of the first six enfolded polygons encodes the 168 circularly polarized oscillations made by a whorl as it revolves through 180°. Alternatively, as a circularly polarized oscillation is the result of supposition of two waves vibrating in perpendicular planes 90° out of phase, each yod other than a corner in one set of polygons can be regarded as a plane wave in a whorl and its mirror image in the other set can be thought of as a plane wave that vibrates in a perpendicular plane a quarter-cycle out of phase.

As discussed in #12, associated with each set of the first six enfolded polygons are 168 yods other than their 26 corners. Both sets of polygons have 336 yods other than their 50 corners, each set having 84 blue yods in the square & decagon and 84 red yods in the triangle, pentagon, hexagon & octagon. This is how the Godnames YAHWEH with number value 26 and ELOHIM with number value 50 prescribe this holistic, geometrical object (see p. 4 of Article 4 for how all the Godnames prescribe it). The 1680 circular turns of a helical whorl of the UPA/subquark state of the E8×E8 heterotic superstring wind five times around its axis of spin. There are therefore 336 turns in one revolution of a whorl and 168 turns in a half-revolution. Each set of the first six enfolded polygons encodes the 168 circularly polarized oscillations made by a whorl as it revolves through 180°. Alternatively, as a circularly polarized oscillation is the result of supposition of two waves vibrating in perpendicular planes 90° out of phase, each yod other than a corner in one set of polygons can be regarded as a plane wave in a whorl and its mirror image in the other set can be thought of as a plane wave that vibrates in a perpendicular plane a quarter-cycle out of phase.