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His Red Right Hand / 3

 

Now working from the inside out:

House Three (by way of example) is located at the center of a square whose sides are one mile long. The bottom left vertex of this square is coterminous with the dead-center.

Forty feet above the datum (a) established by the elevation of the dead-center and at the center of the square described above is a point that constitutes the centroid of a complex monochrome volume (b) that is not easy to describe without the aid of a drawing.

This volume together with its circumscribing cube (c) has been rotated about its centroid -16.806 degrees (x) -28.670 degrees (y) and -1.914 degrees (z).

A larger cube (d) whose centroid is coterminous with the object and smaller cube circumscribes both the object and the smaller cube.

The larger cube’s faces, in turns, are either perpendicular or parallel to the ground plane.