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My thoughts:

The Vortical system, imho, might be looking as a modular “Mandelbrot” set, which is an ever looping structure, equal to your Vortical. What the images do not show, is growth and learning of the V set, which exist in the M.

Imho, imagine the V storing inside the, pattern? Expanding itself and storing within? And with it growing, expanding, learning, changing a bit?

Might be a better way to explain growth and learning. Since both V and M both got a memory system equally well capable of figuring out things. If it was Ni vs Ne static vs learning, would be ok. But… We compare Se vs Ne too, so to say, to use old jargon.

I am still not totally sure if this is exactly the best way to explain my, impression, thought the models is a bit more complex than first impressions, if I understand what you write about, with the Vortex mandala.

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