Here's an animated blue cube rotating inside a sphere I found on Google images. This will help to visualize what I'm talking about. The other Platonic shapes are rotating in there, too, but we will try to disregard them for now.
|This is a cross section of a torus. In the Simple Explanation, the white star at the middle is the transdimensional zero-point field from which creation springs forth.|
|Torus with pole. There is only one line that goes straight up through the middle of a singularity or zero-point at the center of the torus without touching any curved sides.|
|Torus with pole and plane of equator. There is only one plane of the equator, which runs perpendicular to the pole and from side to side along the widest part of the torus, dividing the torus into top and bottom.|
|Torus with parallel poles, perpendicular to the equatorial plane, bisecting the toroidal tube.|
|Torus with perfect cube. The lines of the square/walls of the cube are precisely placed relative to the pole and equatorial plane. Once this shape is achieved within the torus, the Platonic shapes and all regular geometry are possible.|
|This is both a top-side cutaway view of the top and bottom planes of the perfect cube, and a side cutaway view of the perfect cube sitting in center of the toroidal tube.|
|This is also a view from the top of the plane of the equator radiating out from the center point until it bumps up against the inner walls of the confining toroidal space. |