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  David Beale 12th April 2014

Seven golden balls in 3D space. The translucent orange sphere on top has lower density than the other complexes.

Patterns here, shown as spheres, may be infinitely complex particles. They are fields and patterns of events in space. Each has its main effects in a three-dimensional universe while its individuality has holographic presence throughout Creation. Their size is given by their main characteristic oscillations and movement patterns. Their harmonics, down to infinitely small, hold details of the whole of Creation like multi-dimensional holograms.

The translucent spheres represent sets of exclusion force fields. The spheres collect in patterns. The translucent sphere is confined, to the main three dimensions, less strongly than the solid-looking gold balls. These exclusion force pieces are in a compatible 3D space by being partly excluded,  into three dimensions, by less-compatible exclusion forces in other dimensions.

This seven-balls set would be moving up, in the Y axis, because the balls under the translucent ball are more strongly excluded from surrounding dimensions.

Dimensions surround 3D space as if they are external to the main three. They are continuous with the main three, not contiguous; all have two of the first three in common.

Exclusion forces, in three and surrounding dimensions, cause all movements and tendencies to move. Gravity, magnetic, static and inertial forces and all other movement-energy related effects happen because bits of exclusion-force tend to exclude each other.

7 Golden Balls 

Two of the fourteen balls are only partly present in 3D. The central pair share 3D space concentrically by phasing their presence-absence cycles as much as 180°.  The two sets of seven are almost the same as the set of seven in the picture above. The difference is their topmost translucent ball being less present, in 3D, compared with the topmost ball in the single set of seven.

The faint presence, of two of the balls, helps them to share a common 3D space concentrically by being phase-compatible. The two translucent balls could be close to 180° phase related in their frequencies and timing; so when one is absent – away in other dimensions – the other is present, in 3D. They are surrounded in 3D space by six balls. If their frequencies are too different, then occasionally they would overly-exclude other fields and at other times their places could be taken by other fields with different patterns.

The analogy here includes not showing a set in the Z axis – front-back – to stop the partly-present central balls from being pushed sideways by external forces. The analogy/image is also used for imagining this pattern rotating on its Y axis, spinning around the central vulnerable balls, fast enough to keep them from being pushed out of the set or replaced by less-compatible events.

Animations will be added after the words have been edited enough for the models here.

Another image on this page shows two somewhat translucent balls standing out at the top and bottom of an otherwise self-protecting stable pattern. Such patterns, like the 7-ball patterns, combine with similar patterns to form stable patterns such as elements, atoms and crystals.

Movement tends to happen when patterns are imbalanced so surrounding exclusion-forces can push the patterns directionally.

All movemen is relative. Patterns contain elements causing movement by sharing comings-and-goings with other patterns. The numbers and 3D intensities of components, in systems, are determined by and relative to the patterns in systems they are interacting with.

A big ball of solid gold can melt because of extra particles coming from nearby events. Internal random movements cause melting until excess particles go away.

Somewhere else in space another ball of gold could be at nearly absolute zero; but it may have a huge number of extra pieces of exclusion force in its patterns, stabilized by their movement so they stay with the pattern moving in the same directions rather than randomly. If the fast-moving meets something moving slower than itself, then its organized directional-movement patterns are transferred to the slower object. Depending on the integrity of the receiving object, it either moves as a whole and in the same direction as what hits it, or it gets broken. Colloding gold balls can squash and their energy of movement turn into increased heat content; colliding ball bearings transfer directional movement from one to the other.

14 Golden Balls 2 only partly present in 3D.
This particle is likely to be rotating on its Y axis, although it shows no imbalances.
 The golden balls all have the same amount of presence in space
Their patterns' presence balance in their universe's many dimensions.
The central translucent complex has low density in some dimensions.

Rotation results from interactions with other patterns as the pattern moves.
Multidimentional rotation enables the pattern to be stable on its own.
It can also be part of a larger more complex 3D pattern;
most likely linked at the central (translucent) place. 

A gimbal-like pair of rings represents force-field events surrounding a cluster of colored balls. The balls, in layers, represent compatible force-field oscillations in a pattern and stable in a universe.

The rings represent exclusion forces in other dimensions, containing things into a 3D space. These rings also represent exclusion forces surrounding all events in space and between every pattern in space.

Here, containing forces are acting/described as "external". However, they share the same 3D space coordinates, in places-to-be and dimensions additional to the defining three. The two rings also represent exclusion forces between patterns of exclusion forces in 3D space.

Exclusion force patterns also exclude each other; yet many pieces can be in the same 3D space at the same time by being partly away in other dimensions. By moving, individual oscillation patterns can also cause density variations in 3D space by sharing tightly-defined places in 3D by moving in 3D rather than only moving concentrically.

 Events (patterns, energy, matter...everything) happen in their 3D space while their patterns are excluded from other dimensions, and because their component oscillating force-field bits are compatible/complementary with each other, and because they are complementary with other multi-dimensional oscillations and movements sharing the same 3D space.

Exclusion forces, especially those in other dimensions, cause gravity, inertia and movement effects in a universe's three main dimensions.

Non-3D — and internal 3D exclusion forces — extend into/inside the tiniest details of the fractals of structures.

The central balls in this image are colored for ease of seeing patterns and layers of 3D presence/density. The illustration method also suits representing real positions of real objects in 3D space such as the structure of crystals and molecules. Events inside the round balls may be few, concentric in the same 3D space. And they may be moving enough in three-or-more dimensions to cause density as if concentric going from/to other dimensions.

Patterns move in 3D and external dimensions, to stay in a universe's defining set of 3D+ dimensions.

The top-bottom and outermost balls and vulnerabilities are examples of metaphors for "valence" and "electrons" like in the planetary-analogies and concepts about atoms. 

Two rings of concentric force-field oscillations and a pattern in 3D space

Two sets of seven balls are clustered into a team, alongside each other. The left-hand set have one ball only slightly absent, in 3D; the right-hand set of seven have one ball that's more often away in dimensions that are additional to the main three of space.

The two sets of seven are touching because two balls in each set are especially compatible (and all these balls are compatible with each other so exclude each other and get pushed close together by external gravity forces. Their internal components are phase-compatible with complementary bits of force-field oscillations, so all the components of all the balls have combined to form a set of fourteen balls.

The white ball on the left is excluded less from other dimensions, compared with the completely golden balls. The translucent ball on the right is excluded much less, from other dimensions and by the golden balls. So the set is stable provided it moves in all axes to protect the less-present (topmost, here) balls.

The set of fourteen balls is rotating anti-clockwise on its Y axis (to be shown in a later animation) following a circle with its centre left of the mid-point.

The set would rotate only anti-clockwise faster if the white ball was as fully present, in 3D, as the golden balls. With the white ball being partly absent, the rotation follows a circular (spiral) path, because the whole system is moving "north" following its Y axis additional to rotating on its Y axis. The white ball is less-excluded than the golden balls below it and the right-hand-side translucent ball is the least-excluded.

 The pattern would be rotating on all 3 axes in spirals; because the top balls asymmetrical in their imbalance in density ("3d presence") relative to the golden balls.

These diagrams are showing internal imbalance effects, caused by the balls' internal patterns, as if only superficial density of 3D presence. The balls represent complex functions; so the balls themselves would be spinning most likely.

14 golden balls 2 partly present. The white ball could have density that enables the pattern to combine with another white
for the pair to equal a gold-colored pattern.
The translucent ball might be the equivalent of half the 3D density of a white.

This is another view of the same fourteen balls above. It's in perspective and will be also likely to be put into an animation, although it should have added something asymmetrical about it. There are other images on this website that show balls of various colors; however to use colors as analogies is likely to have the analogies full of holes that can't be filled by colored balls.

Inside these golden balls are multi-dimensional fractal patterns of bits of force-field in relationships such as on this page and others following patterns with mathematics as complex as the whole of Creation.

Spirals within counter-spirals, ellipses, circles, orbits, pendulums...any repetitive movement that can be imagined can be part of balances in space forming patterns stable enough to be witnessed by humans.

The balls are shown as reflective. That's for decoration, and because in reality all components and patterns are interactive with compatible and incompatible components distributed throughout Creation. Things in space are all pushing and/or swapping places in space, in many dimensions, with other things.

These images suit chemistry models. Every 3D space has a hierarchy of dimensions for universes to form in like stars in a bigger sky. The dimensions are continuous, so all events in 3D space can be high density (as shown by the golden balls) or low density (as shown by the translucent and white balls). Low density implies having less presence in 3D. Overall, density is the same for all events when they are considered in all dimensions and according to all their primary interactions.

Whereas even simple single-sine wave oscillations have the harmonics of the whole of creation, their main characteristics are their individuality that is to be single-harmonic sine-waves. By definition and their main description, they are confined to a set of dimensions headed by the main three that define the universe they are in.

The density, of patterns that they are parts of, is the same as other events in 3D space; for example Hydrogen has little presence in 3D and most presence in other dimensions. Gravity is a function of dimensions external to the main three and acting as surroundings. Less-prominent dimensions, and surrounding multi-dimensional exclusion forces, cause chemical reactions and movement in 3D and the forming of table patterns in 3D.

A moving set of 14 at an angle in perspective.This image has two sets of 7. It's symmetrical so can be stationary in 3D.
The a pattern is vulnerable for exclusion away from 3D, into other dimensions,
because of the central partly-present complex.
 It can avoid combination with other patterns
by rotating quickly enough to occupy a 3D territory as it is
and it may, also, combine with another pattern to strengthen the central pattern. 

Four sets of the 7 balls can combine to make their otherwise vulnerable place invulnerable (a translucent ball in other pictures on this page).

These clusters of patterns, of exclusion-force field bits, are useful for drawing analogies/metaphors for sub-microscopic particles, energy events and fields in space.

The system of analogies could extend to showing a fractal nature of snow particles, also, for example.

I like using the golden balls because Gold is a nice color and Gold is one of the most dense elements. Gold has great presence in three dimensions (and probably less presence in other dimensions; and Hydrogen is proportioned oppositely).

I doubt I can use a color code much more complex than occasionally "gold" and "white" and "translucent" . Codes and names, that have to be learned, become jargon so easily that, eventually, somebody could talk about red, blue and other colored balls as if they were really exactly like that!

Codes and jargon are too much to remember while editing typos and worse errors. And jargon, especially analogies, should be easy to remember.

Four Sets of 7 making a stable pattern.
This image shows an imaginary molecule with four sets of balls in two vertical pairs.
Some of the balls have been squashed into each other.
Such intimate sharing of 3D space stops happening quickly;
as first the less-compatible components, of the intimate patterns, find lower-pressure places.
The relatively unstable parts are repositioned by external forces and mutual exclusion
until their particles' high-pressure moments are compatible with their surroundings.
Snowflakes build on hexagonal relationships between parts.
The bonds are two types: those that associate and those that share space.
By rotating rather than being flat as in this image
and by being able to build indefinitely by adding components
the patterns have variety as infinite as the number of directions to go in 3D space.
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