Based on the moebius strip, a single continuous strip of paper, which twisted and joined together, front to back results in a circular return to the same spot, albeit from the other side. The Moebius Strip subverts the normal, i.e. Euclidean way of spatial (and, ultimately: temporal) representation, seemingly having two sides, but in fact having only one.
This rebirth is a form of continuity that occurs after a spiritual or philosophical catharsis, which announces a return to the same being in the same temporal position, whose spiritual transformation rejects the concept of linear time.
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