The End of November

Ilexa Yardley
Nov 27, 2019 · 3 min read

All about the ‘solstice.’ Or, getting ‘ready’ for the ‘solstice.’

Photo by Anita Austvika on Unsplash

November ushers in December, as do all the ‘numbers’ (months) in Nature. That is, ‘zero and one’ is ‘one and two,’ diameter and circumference, of an uber-simple (always conserved) circle. Proving ‘sequence’ is a confusing metaphor for ‘Nature.’

Zero and One (One and Two) November and December. (Sequence in general.)

This explains why things seem ‘shorter’ as we ‘age.’ Where the word ‘age, always, articulates the circular relationship between a ‘point’ on a circle, and the ‘circle,’ itself. Meaning, as we all know, everything changes, even though, nothing, underneath it all, is changing. Explaining the celebration of seasons, or months (birthdays), for example.

Relativity and Circularity

That is, November-December is the ‘ending’ of an equinox and the beginning of a solstice, where December-January is the ending of a solstice and the ‘beginning’ of an equinox.

Where solstice is the ‘maxima-minima’ (longest-shortest day) and equinox is the ‘equalia’ (mid-point between longest and shortest), and, both articulate the number ‘two.’

That is, again, zero and one is, always, one and two. Where ‘one’ articulates a solstice and ‘two’ articulates an equinox, and, you cannot have a solstice without an equinox because you cannot have a diameter without a circumference. (Zero and one is circumference and diameter).


Meaning, there is no ‘first’ on a circle. Or, an other way of saying this is, there is no ‘one’ on a circle. Or, an other way of saying this is, zero is circumference, and ‘one,’ is, then, diameter. Literally. And, figuratively. Giving us yin and yang (dark and light) and all of the other ‘pairs’ in Nature. Including the numbers ‘one’ and ‘two.’

Meaning, technically, the number ‘one’ is, more correctly, labeled, ‘number two.’

Circumference and Diameter

Explaining how we know about, and why we can prove, the conservation of a circle. Seasons in general.

Conservation of the circle is the core (and only) dynamic in Nature. Explaining all the ‘rest…’


Click on the links in the article, and take your ‘time,’ for a ‘deeper’ understanding of reality.

Then, go here: Circular Theory: Reality TV

Ilexa Yardley

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Author, The Circular Theory

The Circular Theory

Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

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