It seems a feature of this geometry is that we can have two different locations at one location of locations.

So if a circle is moved to ‘intersect’ itself, I can separate the ‘intersection’ as there are two different locations at this ‘intersection’.

If these two locations are labelled as the ‘intersection we can move these two labels out along the path of the circle and bring

two locations together which are not the intersection.

But this has to separate into a different space than would the two locations A and B separate into a space of locations of locations.

Let the distance between A and B be zero and some distance at a third level. A and B then move in a space of locations of locations of locations.

Then D(1) is a joining of C and D. A virtual joining.

Since we are at the third level we move the diagram to the circle again by separating C and D at D(1) like A and B are separated at Z(1)