English: The Archimedean spiral (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

*Light Energy in Photons, Orbitals and Spirals*

If there is a beginning, there is Light Energy.

Measured in *photons *in motion and *phonons *in stillness.

A spherical photon comes from the *photonic *ocean of a sun.

When Light Energy moves, it follows *spiralling pathways *of motion.

Spiralling pathways are *orbitals: *the cycle or turn of a spiral.

In stillness, many *orbitals *form one spiral.

Their pathways are *light threads.*

Their density determines *brightness.*

In motion, *spirals *are *dynamic:*

two-way motion along orbitals in 3D Space

creates *alternation.*

*Alternating orbitals *create *pulsation *in terms of linear movement:

between an upper and a lower spiral,

the two halves of a *double spiral.*

Alternating orbitals also create a *dual shape: *a cone and a pyramid,

in terms of *3D Motion Shape*,

with *centripetal *and *centrifugal *effects of spiral motion.

And in addition to photons on orbitals, in conic and pyramidal spiral shapes,

there is the right/left dynamic of *intertwining spiral twins.*

Light energy in *spiral twins *is *spinning*:

charging and discharging, raising and lowering potential.

*Circular right/left spin *and *vertical up/down pulsation,*

these determine the spiral’s charge,

its *electric potential*:

an *amplitude *and a *frequency*

in spiralling terms.

But space has three dimensions.

Two-way dynamics resonate in three-way fields.

The spinning spiral twins pulsating in *dual spiral *shape,

create wave fields of light in *spherical *shapes.

In dark, cold and vast space, spherical wave fields of light radiate and are reflected:

*spherically *by their own boundaries and *orthogonally *by *opposite space conditions.*

*Dynamic 2-way motion creates 3-way wave fields.*

Thus we need to study *harmonic 3D resonance *that result from dynamic 2-way motion.

Opposite light energy conditions meet opposite space matter conditions.

Balance is naturally and lawfully redressed with respect to

the quality of light

the characteristics of energy

the shape of space

and the form of matter.