The Root of all its Kind
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A bubble is an encapsulated space where the pressure from the centre spreads outwards equally in all directions; ergo, a sphere.
Spheres are really very interesting constructs; they contain all sorts of weird, wonderful and unknown materials. They harbour smaller spheres, vacuoles, within their constraining membranes, and these too contain ever smaller vacuoles, all the way down to the quantum foam, the well-spring of the imagination.
Full of mysterious content and subtle energies, this is the bulla prima.
The root of all its kind.