unit spheres possess no inherent spin. It is only after they cluster and possess the 14 vector based characteristics, that spin becomes involved. Spin axes will align with the 14 vectors, (either of 3 axes for the 6 vector regions or 4 axes for the 8 region). Each cluster differs from a perfect sphere, in that it now inherently possesses not only its preferred axes of spin, but magnetic moment, angular momentum and the ability to exhibit a wave pattern in relationship to the fixed points of fixed point space. Agglomerations have no inherent spin - per se

Realizing that this may be treading on a fine line in semantics, obviously since there is other matter, and accepting that mass attracts mass, then EVERY agglomeration physically spins. Even unit spheres spin, but maintain no preferred axis. Agglomerations, though more stable in their axis, are continually susceptible to external mass influences. Their preferred spin axis may change to another preferred spin axis. Semantically then, alone and not influenced by other matter.. agglomerations as well as unit spheres possess no inherent spin.

Spin is the effect of other matter upon the physical peculiarities of an agglomeration.

No preferred spin axis for unit spheres.

All clusters of unit spheres have a preferred spin axis.

Precession occurs in all clusters.