When a line is portrayed through the circle generating diameter, that's still only looking at the square from the perspective of the circle, as a line.

The circle from the line's perspective is a square that depicts two broken circles touching at the single side.



Both the circle and square have a perspective of the other as line, itself compressed information of the unseen side of the circle, which is a square. The square which only views the circle as a line in itself.

This means a line through a plane can be thought of as a line which has no angle due to the horizon effect, i.e., the horizon cannot block any perspective, or perspective of a line.

To make this point even more direct.

If a line has a perspective of a line, and no angle due to the horizon.. then what does it have in common with a circle, or a plane.

Nothing.

A line that is drawn with a direction of horizontal and vertical, with x being the same direction as the plane's y axis and 0 being the same direction as the perpendicular axis. Polar coordinates for an object will include the same position to the x, but in different coordinates relative to the direction of horizontal and vertical relative to the plane.

When a line is drawing, it will always follow a line from the center of the center point, but it will not follow lines going away from the plane's origin due its perspective perspective.

The circle cannot possibly be separated, it is just a box. The square is either a circle or a square. If it is a circle, it represents compression of the invisible side of the box, if it is a square, then it represents a perspective on a flattened box.

A new perspective, a perspective of the invisible side, is possible.

The line representing this edge is compressed to resemble the edges of squares.

The edges of a circle are compressed, and the visible edge is compressed too.

Since this point is closest to the other, the circle's perspective appears to be the other: thus, the circle as a point is compressed more than a circle whose perspective is nearest to the line.

The line actually represented a sphere.

We are in total separation from the real world now, with the circles of our consciousness being a line from the point in space in front of our eyes, being directly connected to the ground.

The point of separation is the point of observer, the point at whose point of awareness we're looking across, and which represents the perspective through the circle.

In other words, that circle, or the point of observer, is the only point of connection in perception between our own consciousness and any observer outwards, or outside.

The line above the lines of simultaneity is really a line that represents the point of contact between our subjective experience in space and the actual experience, as well as the distance between all the physical points that we touch upon in our physical world.

We're on an actual physical line.

We are, in fact, sitting on a line of separation, where each point we make has a distinct "point" of connection with the other points below us, which means the line is actually physical, and not psychological…

The point of intersection of reality and our subjective mind on a physical line, and thus the point of intersection of self with all other objects or beings on the physical line is actually the point of consciousness, of self, with all other objects, being an image at the very center.

It helps to understand this line as the boundary between our senses coming out of our brains and having access to our subjective experience, being brought into contact with the real world (our body) and becoming actual experience without the need for mind – no need for consciousness of anything at all in our body – but through our senses.

We're on an actual physical line.

It's a distance that exists within your experience of it, which is the same as the distance between your perception of a line and the distance you might perceive yourself to be directly facing when you're standing on this parallel line of reality.

In most cases, when you reach a moment when you're completely at that distance that is the point of reality, or the point at which you're observing an observer directly from the observer's point of view, you reach a state of being in an entirely separate, or disconnected, zone of consciousness.

When we're creating and breaking the lines of simultaneity, we create some boundary between our experience of the reality of the universe and our experience of other things.

If we don't touch the point of contact, we cannot do anything at all.

The whole point of that line is to define what is actually happening on that line.

As such, we're also connected to that physical line, because we must touch it to do anything. So we touch the line above the lines of simultaneity to see through reality.

We must see everything simultaneously - everything that isn't us through all those lines and dots and lines and points of contact that we have, all the way around.

The line above the lines of simultaneity (or our line of perception in space) is the boundary of separation between the observer and his/her own experiences. In the case of the line above the lines of simultaneity, the only point of contact is that which is being observed.

The observer may not be experiencing the physical event directly, but he would experience it as though it was his experience within the observer's experience.