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Emotion Tetrahedron

We, humans, have different emotions. We, humans, progress between them. The full set of emotions are to be represented with a geometrical figure.

Firstly, there are good emotions: emotions that are beneficent or positive; and there are bad emotions: maleficent, or negative, emotions.

Secondly, there are active and passive emotions. The active emotions cause motivation and vigour. Passive emotions, however, cause listlessness, inactivity and idleness.

Created from these, there are four permutations:

Given that there are both maleficent emotions and beneficent emotions, and both passive emotions and active emotions, we observe that there are, in total, four emotional states: active beneficent; passive maleficent; active maleficent; and, passive beneficent.

  • Active positive: working happily, arriving at meritorious achievements
  • Passive positive: idle contentment or happiness
  • Active negative: expression of hatred or anger
  • Passive negative: depression, despair

Each of these is a separate emotional state. We propose that an individual is able to move between any two of these states, with the 12 resultant transitions being as follows:

  • Active positive to passive positive—contentment from achievement
  • Active positive to passive negative—frustration of constructive efforts
  • Active positive to active negative—constructive efforts thwarted, or crushed, and turned to ill-effect
  • Passive positive to active positive—freedom becomes confidence, and is turned to action
  • Passive positive to passive negative—lack of potential; restriction, captivity
  • Passive positive to active negative—betrayal
  • Passive negative to active positive—calmness allows re-evaluation, and consequent recognition of positive potential
  • Passive negative to passive positive—passivity allows recognition of overall goodness
  • Passive negative to active negative—futility begets resentment
  • Active negative to active positive—destructive energy propels one into a favourable state
  • Active negative to passive positive—oppression is destroyed
  • Active negative to passive negative—destructive efforts are frustrated

We now create the geometrical figure. Each emotional state is a vertex; each transition, an edge. 4 vertices, 6 edges. (And there are 2 directions—hence, 2 transitions—per edge.)

Spacing them out equally, we produce...

Emotion Tetrahedron, with each vertex representing one of the four emotional states

...a Tetrahedron.

We now relate this to the Cube. There is an intrinsic connection between the two:

Two tetrahedrons within a Cube. The edges of the tetrahedrons are also the diagonals of the faces of the Cube.

The diagonals of the Cube's faces form the edges of two tetrahedrons.

Now let's separate those two tetrahedrons, and behold each one from above...

The vertices of the tetrahedra are also the Cube's vertices. And, each tetrahedron is aligned with the four vertical-edge Cube-corners.

For both tetrahedrons, their vertices are aligned with the 4 corners (vertical edges) of the Cube. (In fact, every one of the two tetrahedrons' vertices coincides with one of the Cube's vertices.) But therefore, when we cycle through emotions, it's akin to experiencing all four Cubic corners.

And as for there being two tetrahedra? Well, they are diametrically opposed. We view this as representing a situation wherein there are two people—enemies, perhaps—each experiencing emotions opposite from the other's. This is indeed a principle of opposites.

And then, between these two opposites, emotional cycles occur. We've seen how the tetrahedrons' vertices correlate to the corners of the cube. Thus, a 4/16 Cubic rotation is seen to engender an emotional cycle.

4/16 Emotions: a 4-corner 4-by-4 rotation; a cycle of all four emotions

But what if we don't cycle through the emotions?—What if we compromise between them? Then we'd result with a slave-mentality—a sense of absolute security and invariability in our lives. This would represent nihilism, and death.

It would actually equate to a cancellation of the vertices, and a regression into the point at the centre. It'd all relapse into nonexistence, and into a singularity.

Singularity: the result of the emotions of a slave.

So, it's established, but proof proceeds:

CASE 55

From empirical inference, there are beneficent and maleficent emotions.

CASE 56

From empirical inference, there are active and passive emotions.

CASE 57

Combining CASE 55 and CASE 56, four emotional configurations are formed. These are: active beneficent, passive beneficent, active maleficent and passive maleficent.

CASE 58

From empirical inference: between any two of the four emotional states from CASE 57, a transition is able to occur.

CASE 59

Each of the emotional states from CASE 57 is to be represented with a vertex. Each of the transitions from CASE 58 is to be represented by joining two vertices with an edge. From Occam's razor (CASE 30), the vertices and edges are to be considered defaultly equanimous, and shall thus be separated out equally in space. Achieving this through the selection of four of the eight vertices of a Cube (the Cube being obtained from CASE 12), we form a tetrahedron. We thus prove that emotions are tetrahedral, and connected to the Cube.

CASE 60

From CASE 59, the emotion tetrahedron occupies four of the Cube's eight vertices, leaving the others unoccupied. From CASE 5, a principle of opposites is applied to create an additional tetrahedron, one that's diametrically opposed to the first. This second tetrahedron's vertices are found to align with the Cube's four previously unoccupied vertices. Thus containing two opposed tetrahedra, the Cube encompasses an emotional principle of opposites.

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Further point:

Metatron's Cube is a geometrical figure, within which we are able to observe the Cube-Tetrahedron relationship. Click here to learn more...

Further point:

The tetrahedron represents the basic self, regardless of age or gender. But the tetrahedron itself exists within the Cube—that is to say, within the 4-corner life metamorphosis (baby, child, parent, grandparent), and between the Cube's two static opposites (male and female). See Cycles and Systems.

Further point:

It's clear that the emotions are part of a Cubic whole. Don't believe anyone who says you can live your entire life in eternal depression. Nor in adamant hatred. Nor in unconditional love.

All of these would represent a singular 1-corner perspective. It's the sort of thinking that leads to mental shallowness and general unwholesomeness. A balanced cycle through all emotions is what gives us the best life-perspective.

Further point:

To create the second level of existence (see article 4 is the Supreme Number of the Universe for explanation of the second level) the minimum number of points is 3, in the formation of the triangle. And to pass into the third level of existence, merely one more point is required. If all the points are spaced equally, they'd form a tetrahedron.

What does this all mean? It means that although a tetrahedron is the minimum geometry required in order to attain the 3rd level of existence, the tetrahedron itself is actually derived from the Cube, meaning that the Cube is the perfect form.

Bible Word is a singularity.   You are taught singularity. Singularity is death worship and damnation of humanity. No God equals the 4 corner simultaneous 24 hour days within single Earth rotation. The universe and all within it is composed of opposites.
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