# The Upper, Middle, Lower Aethereal Sublayers

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## Table of contents

We divide the Aethereal layer into sublayers:

Sublayer | Medium | Substance | Quantum | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Upper | unit mind (moa1) | multiverse (soa1) | subtlifying (qoa1) | |

Middle | feeling (moa2) | universe (soa2) | transforming (qoa2) | |

Lower | idea (free aether or moa3) | local universe (soa3) | crudifying (qoa3) |

We plot their movements in two Cartesian planes:

- Aethereal Cartesian Plane: This will be used in visualizations of aethereal movement and quantum mechanics (probabilities)
- Physical Cartesian Plane: This is already used in algebra and calculus for the movement of matter

### Data and Visualizations First, Equations Later

Isaac Newton started with astronomical data which he then visualized as curves and parallelograms. From there, he used algebra and analytic geometry to create equations that led to his Calculus.

Richard Feynman did the same thing by drawing diagrams depicting the outcome of particle interaction. From there, equations were created.

The aethereal Cartesian plane follows the same pattern by visualizing the data directly. From there the equations can be derived in order to predict or change the movement of the identity in question.