I was walking in Remmendalen and something made me go to a large fir tree.
It was just like something was shining there.
I look around and get a picture of a small figure of one and a half meters sitting
on a stump. He wears brown knickers and a vest in a shade of green.
There's something on the head, but I can't make out the shape. I think it's probably a goblin (nisse).
What do you want from me I ask. He wants to show me what Bergyl is like.
He asks me to feel for an energy form.
I hold my hand in front of me. I feel a slight resistance in the palm of my hand. When I
moving my hand around it's as if I'm patting half an egg.
The elf asks me to feel a little on the outside of this egg. There I feel the shape of yet another egg
is slightly smaller than the first. There are 5 of these around the first egg.
They are connected to the other egg by a thin spiral path.
A similar spiral path also goes on the other side of the smaller egg and to an identical egg.
I continue to feel and discover a total of 5 such eggs. This is how it is for everyone around the biggest egg.
There are smaller eggs around these eggs as well. There are 4 pieces around and 4 pieces in a row.
Around these eggs there are 3 even smaller eggs and 3 one after another and around them again there are two around and two one after the other. In the end, there is only one.
Bergyl is the universe's building blocks. As soon as an idea is thought, Bergyl structures are made.
There are rules of law and you use them with your mind.
A thought always creates Bergyl structures.
The duration depends on your thought and strength.
Everything is interfernes and the movement is spirral.
The structure is fractal and has 14 floors
Golden ratio applies.
Everything becomes a standing wave when there are 7 equals of something you ask for.
This is not a theory. It is there and there are laws. The Bergyl structure with the most eggs wins.