Thanks for replying to my post...
But - since you did not specify what part of my message you'd like to have me elaborate on, I'll try to illustrate the concept of a corner reflector for starters...
Let me explain the outer corners of the static cube of creation...
If you are somewhat of a sailor, you will have no trouble imagining a radar reflector. So, stand in front of one and make the 3 sides of that radar reflector the flat planes of 3 mirrors the surfaces of which are at 90 degrees to each other.
If you now approach the corner itself from the open end, closer and closer, you will see that rings are formed - perfect rings - and they appear to fan out from their common center as if a stone was thrown into the water. These are the expansion rings that denote the renewed beginning of the never-ending process of recreation. Death intertwines with birth.
Don't forget also that, while one vortexual effort thrusts into the center of this corner reflector, another vortex meets this effort from another neighboring wave field, the oppositely-sexed counterpart. Male meets female with the prospect of procreation.
So, the compression into the center of the corner reflector represents also a transition to the beginning of the radiative pattern of disintegration in the illusionary form of a flat plane but in reality it is just the reflection of the compressive effort that gets translated into a reversal of effort.
Nothing can pass the flat static planes of the cube - either at the outer corners or at the inner center of the cube. Only the reflection (of the idea of creation) gets propagated into the next static field - gets repeated - and while being repeated, it also gets recorded.
This reflection of the propagation of creative thinking happens in every corner of the cube (8) and at every centering corner of the cube (8), each alternating corner is either a matter focus or an anti-matter focus of the idea being expressed whether this is a molucule or a universe. Some of this we see and most of this we don't. That does not mean that it is not real. But now you can also see why whatever is happening here and now, at one location, is also being repeated and recorded everywhere else and that's where the notion arises that says that "we are all connected" and "nothing is ever lost" or "nothing can ever die".
Aside from "Atomic Suicide" and "the Secret of Light" and its more modern version "In the Wave lies the Secret of Creation", you might profit from reading Bruce L. Cathie's "The Bridge to Infinity" - available on the Internet at a very modest price.
I probably have not answered your question completely but maybe it is a start in the right direction.