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The basic units of matter described by Besant & Leadbeater with microscopic vision, a siddhi
of yoga called "anima," consist of ten non-touching helices, or "whorls," each with 1680 circular turns. Each helix
makes five revolutions around the axis of spin of the particle, winding 336 times. These turns are symbolised in
the 3-dimensional Sri Yantra by the 336 yods spread along the sides of the 42 triangles that surround its central
triangle when they are tetractyses. Each whorl makes five half-revolutions in its outer spiralling around the
spin-axis and five half-revolutions in its central core. The **168** turns in an outer
half-revolution correspond to the **168** yods on the edges of the
**21** triangles in one half of the Sri Yantra. The **168** turns in an inner
half-revolution correspond to the **168** yods lining the sides of the
**21** triangles in the other half, as the next page will portray. Alternatively, the
**168** turns in one half-revolution of the helical whorl are symbolized by the
**168** blue hexagonal yods on the 84 sides of the 28 tetractyses in the first three layers and
the **168** turns in the other half-revolution are denoted by the 84 red hexagonal yods on the 42
sides of the 14 tetractyses in the fourth layer and by the 84 black corners of the 42 tetractyses. In this way, the
Sri Yantra expresses the superstring structural parameters 336, **168** & 84.

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