The earth rotates on an imaginary axis while orbiting elliptically, (oval-shape spin) tilted on a non-perpendicular axis spinning at approximately 1,000 miles per hour, with a 24 hr complete rotation while orbiting the sun. The moon orbits the earth on a tilted axis, rotating simultaneously semi-parallel to the earth; a counterclockwise synchronicity I find intriguing, and the comradery between these celestial objects and their spatial harmonious revolution is truly a cosmic art.

The moon and earth appears to be rotating and orbiting counterclockwise, but it’s relative with respect to if the observer is viewing it from the North or South Pole. Imaginary geographic grids called parallel latitude and meridian longitude are methods of accurately measuring the position on any given place on earth. The distance between the moon and earth while orbiting is approximately 380,000 km.

The Article of Confederation represented the first constitutional agreement between US States, an agreement that lackluster because of empowered state sovereignty, one that superseded a strong central government. There was no executive branch or national judicial court systems, and the federal government lacked the power to collect taxes, enforce laws and regulate interstate commerce across colonial boundaries.

Hence the irony of a prerequisite being the forthcoming of the US constitution.


The first 3 Articles of the 7 Articles that precedes the 27 Amendments of the Constitution, explains the different branches of government, such as; Legislative Branch, Executive Branch and Judicial Branch. “Check and Balance” is a system of government under which separate branches are induced to share their powers, a means of guarding individual rights and civil liberties against tyranny and despotism.

Congress consist of two branches; The Senate and House of Representatives, both former and latter is elected by the people. A bicameral the Founding Fathers expressed explicitly in the Constitution; two chambers contingent on unanimous votes before legislation can be approved. These two branches have a contrasting bureaucracy, a House bill debated and voted in a day can linger for weeks in the Senate.


Protons and neutrons are at the core center of the atom making up the nucleus, bonded by a strong electromagnetic force, and spiraling around miles away is the electrons, (with respect to the atoms size) while propagating electrons behave like waves and particles. A peculiar analogy we can equate to Congress being the Nucleus (Proton & Neutron), The Senate and House of Representatives, being the Protons and Neutrons, and spiraling miles away is the Electrons, equatable to The United States Constitution. The electromagnetic force being the “check and balance” that binds particles, equivalent to predicating legislation and holds a system together.

And how can we exclude the intriguing phenomenon of an electron behaving like a wave and a particle, one you can equate to the ambiguity of the United States Constitution, and it’s polysemic interpretations. Conceptual mappings across mutually exclusive domains are quite a peculiar mnemonics you can use to retain information indefinitely, simply because the cross-platforming between domains are intertwined in a very analogical way. And if you observe the first two paragraphs on the solar system, you’ll see a strong correlation between celestial relationships and the atom.

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2 Responses to “The Power of Analogy A Peculiar Mnemonics”

  1. Atelston Fitzgerald Holder 1st

    Let’s say hypothetically you used the word “God,” as a mnemonic of association to help retaining the meaning of the word “Despotism,” The element of association is not within the word itself, but the mnemonic referral is extracted from a few lexicons within its syntactical meaning, “Absolute Power.” Therefore “Absolute Power” has a connection with “God,” thus god becomes the mnemonics.

  2. Atelston Fitzgerald Holder 1st

    The suffix aspect of “Despotism,” “ism:” meaning; “a distinctive doctrine, theory, system, or practice: This is the age of isms,” can also be used as mnemonics. So essentially, understanding prefix and suffix does give hints to the rudimentary meaning of a word.
    Mnemonic associations can derive from the word itself or its actual meaning, and although the myriad of possibilities are astronomical, there’s no fundamental rule as to how the tools of mnemonics can or should be used, it’s all subjective based, and contingent on what element of association one can contrive during the juxtaposition process.


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