The term hypersphere was introduced by Duncan Sommerville in his discussion of models for non-Euclidean geometry. In geometry of higher dimensions, a hypersphere is the set of points standing at a constant distance from a given point defined as its center. However, the choice of a center and radius alike are interrelated probabilities called…random-searching.
In our case (in the case of theory from cogitality), there are 3 sets of three frequency coordinates, which together define the manifestation’s 9-frequency limitation. The random-searching is the possibility for the appearance or disappearance of probable elements within the “virtual sphere with undefined, yet individual size”. Each act of thinking creates a still frame with fixated parameters in accordance with the above-mentioned frequency characteristics (also see the image below). Thus, there is “a virtual limited area of chosen individual size” created at each moment through the act of thinking.
A determining factor here is the act of thinking’s velocity – i.e. the velocity of motion, which reaches the surface of the sphere. The two states vibrating at different frequencies are also instrumental for the creation of a limited field (area), which contains the energy – albeit in an altered form – in order to experience ignorance. “The virtual sphere with undefined, yet individual size” is then an expression to given vibrations out of the Potential’s infinite frequencies, and it is creating the floating diffraction grating that is woven out of the interference pattern created by the two states.