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The LFT, being a möbius ring is directly connected to the torus.
The reason why the Life Field Transformer, or LFT, being a möbius ring, influences and changes the aura, having a torus form, most probably lies in the fact that the möbius (single twisted, or double twisted as in the LFT) can be perfectly inscribed inside the torus.
The Möbius Inside the Torus
At the top is a torus.Underneath is a cross section. You can see a red circle with antipode points P and Q. The red circle goes around the ‘tube’ one time, and also making one full rotation around its center point 0′.
In the third figure, point P and Q trace a green line on the surface of the torus. This green line is the edge of a möbius, while the line P to Q trace out the surface of the möbius.
Here is another view of a möbius in a torus:
It is also interesting, that although I am using static images as illustrations, the möbius as wave, can also flow around inside the torus, not a fixed form, but as an inside-out rotation. Imagine that you put your hands on the möbius, and rotate your hands towards the inside hole of the torus. That way the möbius is rotating along its its circular axis. It flows like a wave.
A möbius has one single 180° twist. The LFT has two twists, or 360°. The reason why the LFT influences the aura, and a single twist möbius doesn’t, may have to do with another characteristic of the möbius inside the torus.
If we cut the möbius out of the torus, with the red knife in the drawing, then we are tracing its surface. Tracing its surface, or cutting it out of the torus, we have to make two rounds inside the torus. In the process, we have to twist two times 180°, or 360°.
The result, as you can see in the drawing, is a möbius (yellow), and the remaining material of the torus is twice as long as the original torus.
This is only a certain way of viewing, but it is interesting that when tracing the möbius’ surface one does have to make two twists.
However, the LFT, being a möbius with two twists, equally fits inside the torus:
The LFT Inside the Torus
In geometry, the LFT is a bifilar torus knot. If you don’t know what a torus is read my page of Shape of the Aura: a Torus.
A möbius fits inside a torus. The edge of the möbius is on the surface of the torus ring. When you trace the edge of the möbius, you make two rounds, creating what is called a torus knot.
I found this term only on one website: http://portal.groupkos.com; it seems a very interesting website in alternative sciences. The images below are from the same website.
Interesting sentence from their website: “A torus knot is a phase-wave topology of a dual-angular-moment, or a twist on the circular cross-section of a torus surface.”