Galactic Cores and Great-Attractors as Organized into Geometric Structures, Possibly Indicated in Antient Traditional Cosmologies


The structure of a galactic core would intrinsically be simpler than that of a great-attractor.

The structure of the Chinese cosmology (described in the Classic of Mountains and Seas) is intrinsically simpler than that of the Bharatiya cosmologies (whether Astika, Jaina, or Bauddha), in that the Classic of Mountains and Seas hath fewer concentric components (hollow-square islands) than have the Bharatiya cosmologies (constituted of concentric ring-islands).

The cosmology described in the Classic of Mountains and Seas can be understood as applying to the larger (i.e., "cross-barred") galaxies :-

The first 4 books of this Classic can be understood as describing the inner ring of this type of galaxies' core;

the 5th book (Classic of the Central Mountains) as describing this type of galaxies' central quasar;

the 6th-through-9th books (Beyond the Seas) as describing the inner of the twain closely-concentric outer rings of this type of galaxies' core (which pair of rings is perpendicular to the inner ring);

the 10th-through-13th books (Within the Seas) as describing the outer of this twain;

the 14th-through-17th books (Great Wilderness) as describing the 4 so-called "galactic arms" (extending sweepingly) outwards from intersections of the ring's major axes (of their parabolic orbits) with the plane of these "arms" (which plane is perpendicular to both of the 2 sets of ring-orbits); and

the 18th book as describing filament-connections between otherwise-distinct galaxies.

[written 7th September 2019]


There are 3 types of Bharatiya traditional cosmologies, all more intricate (than the Chinese cosmology described in the Classic of Mountains and Seas) in that each of them hath more concentric components than hath the Chinese cosmology.

These 3 types of Bharatiya traditional cosmologies would most appropriately be considered as describing 3 types of great-attractors, which (in the repraesentational scheme of internal contact among oblong-sided contact-partitions between individual "suds" of multiple "soap-bubbles" conjoined) would be praedominantly abundant :

(1) in central regions of these oblongs (oblongs as great-walls being sides of "soap-bubbles"),

(2) along edges of perpendicular contact between oblong great-walls of "soap-bubbles", and

(3) around-and-about oblongs' vertices of contact among great-walls of "soap-bubbles".

(1) The central regions being the largest and the most effectively disjunct (of these 3 types of regions), these may repraesent the Bauddha scheme (because out of the 3 dharma-s [religions], Bauddha is the most widely dispersed geographically).

(2) The edges of perpendicular contact may repraesent the Astika scheme (because out of the 3 dharma-s [religions], Astika is the most co-haesively constructed socially); for, perpendicularity of contact can be repraesentative of formality of social contacts among castes (varn.a-s) or among guilds (jati-s).

(3) The vertices of contact may repraesent the Jaina scheme (because out of the 3 dharma-s [religions], Jaina is most detailedly rigid in its metaphysics); for, vertices' articulation can be repraesentative of rigidity in abstraction of quantitative (such as, financial) intricacies.

[written 17th September 2019]


and also not unlikely correlable with three pure so-called "planes-of-existence" (astral, mental, and causal) :-

The Bauddha cosmology (in the Abhi-dharma)

[decided upon circa 11th September 2019]


The "12 gates" (Apokalupsis kata Ioannes 21:12-13 into Hagia Ierousalem ( may well repraesent the 12 facets of the dodeka-hedral organization of amongst galaxy-groups for the Dynamic Steady State Universe as described in

[written 4th December 2020]