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        updated Feb.2010                 
The order of things; a measure of stability. Place item of importance chosen to represent central point. To the left small silver, to the right large iron. Another place from the general order of things. All else below this and around it in layers ending at the boundaries of the room. The room in the order of things is equal to the item on a larger scale, similar to the nucleus of an atom. Followed by more layers one upon the other like the layers of an onion.