These pages are to give flight to your imagination. When a tetrahedron pops out from the undivided on its way to division into icosahedral complexities, cosmic juices are between. It takes eight to pinpoint the corners of a cube. You see seven in the picture--the eighth is hidden at the back side of the cube.
In the QTVR you see this array of eight cosmic juices from within the center of the cube. Another page shows the edges of the cube with the cosmic juices at the corners.