Hi Ya'akov and Ysmael,

YSMAEL wrote:

Hi Louis,

I am trying to follow your explanation but I can't imagine an infinite radius.

How can there be a circle with infinite radius? Whenever there is a circle, its radius is always finite an it ends where it meets the circle. The circle limits the length of the radius.

So if you talk of an infinite radius, you dont have a circle. Please clarify this.

A circle is a point with radius. The radius defines the circle, not the other way around. A radius is a line. There is but one line and that one line is infinite. It is your finite mind that limits the radius on a paper and you imagine a circle.

The Infinite has no such limits so you must loosen your mind in order to think without limits.

**The analogy I provided is a concession to the finite mind as to how to conceive of the Infinite Holy Trinity as the Three united as One.**

The finite is a projection of the Infinite, they do not touch. We are created in God's image but God is not His imaginings. A circle is curvature and serves as an intermediary between the Infinite and the finite. The finite is **changing curvature** as a spiral is in continuous change in curvature through discrete instants.

It is true that infinite radius is not longer curvature, we went from circle to a line. There is but one line, one plane and one point and they are all infinite. In infinity there is but unity. But this unity has relationship as I have explained. In the finite there is multiplicity and diversity but the relationship is not lost in projection, it is faithfully maintained.

All motion is orthogonal.

Ask what you will but please meditate on this a bit. I feel you are close to *seeing*. This is how my finite mind can make sense of this. I have have my technique other have theirs. I hope that I can translate this so that others can share my thoughts.

Regards, Louis