I had written Francis Gaspalou telling him I was interested in working on a time model for the magic square. I was specifically interested in a magic square example where the next sequential number was a nearest neighbor. He suggested the Loubere and Bechets squares for my consideration. If one looks at their cylindrical or torus representation … the above criteria are satisfied.
#1. Fine structure of time
Loubere’s time stabilization and confinement
Examining Form (b)
How can one take three structures that exhibit little or no mass …
And combine them into a structure that exhibits …
Figure above ….
When a section of space cools to the point where an interval of time can proceed to 9 x its fundamental unit … then an organization at that point is possible to proceed from form a … to form b. Form b represents the smallest possible configuration that allows symmetry on all rows and columns.
The three unique forms above allow balance upon decomposition to one dimension on any axis.