Wednesday, February 22, 2012
View of Torisian Orbital Model as seen through my Magniforium Scope
The minuscule crystal moon Zalvwonzia (top right of this image) is ommited in the torisian model due to its orbital distance and luminosity.
Torisia is an artificial planet levitated by superconductivity. Through its nucleous, a central axis unfolds onto an outer shell, alltogether in the shape of a Torus, yet seen here as a sphere.
The electromagnetic field circumscribing Torisia is a superconductive orbital grid, here depicted as a Geodesic Triacontahedron
The interplay between the planet's mass, lunar orbits and electro magnetic structure hold the Torisian atmosphere in a precarious state of equilibrium.
Torisian Moons Archimedea and Equatius effecting tidal change
Torisian Polar North and the dead moon Torvento
Geometry associated with the Torisian Planetary Cosmology is that of round polyhedra and spherical objects such as:
The Pentakis Dodecahedron, or geodesic sphere
The Geodesic Triacontahedron
The 12-point Sphere
And most predominantly the Snub Dodecahedron
Unfolded Snub Dodecahedron Map of Torisia 1
Unfolded Snub Dodecahedron Map of Torisia 2
Orbital Model of Torisia
For a closer look of Torisia, view raw footage captured using my Magniforium Scope
Stereoscopic image: "Crystal Caves of Zalvwonzia"
Thanks for visiting my world...